Venus Anadyomene Titian

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Venus Anadyomene (Greek -Venus rising from the sea), is a c. 1520 oil painting by Titian , depicting Venus rising from the sea and wringing her hair, either after bathing or after her birth. Venus, said to have been born from a shell, is identified by the shell at bottom left. It is smaller than usual in the birth of Venus scenes, such as Botticelli's , and is likely just an identifier rather than a sure sign that this is a birth of Venus scene.

As from a green zinc coffin , a woman’s Head with brown hair heavily pomaded Emerges slowly and stupidly from an old bathtub, With bald patches rather badly hidden;