Pygmalion with his statue of a woman that comes to life. Engraving by J.N. Laugier, 1824, after A.L. Girodet-Trioson, 1819.
- Girodet-Trioson, Anne-Louis, 1767-1824.
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The scupture is identified differently in different sources: as Venus (Aphrodite), as a nymph, as a woman called Galatea, as Elise (by Goethe), etc. Cupid mediates between Pygmalion and the sculpture
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