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Russian Artist Turns Famous Venus By Botticelli Into A Japanese Doll

The Venus by Botticelli, from the painting The Birth of Venus, is turned into a Japanese articulated doll with this amazing creation of the Russian artist Anna Kozlova. A beautiful porcelain figurine, entirely hand-painted, which pays tribute to one of the major works of the Art history.

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