Later, Praxiteles made of her a statue of gold, which was set up at Delphi between those of two kings.
Phryne served as a model to Praxiteles, for his Venus of Cnidus.
The latter (Fig. 5), a work of the school of Praxiteles, represents a young girl fastening her dress on her shoulder.
He looked as beautiful as the Eros of Praxiteles in his helmet of panther-skin.
The "Faun" of Praxiteles in the museum of the Capitol next attracted his attention.
I would compare the mind to the beautiful statue of Love by Praxiteles.
In her temple of Euploca, at Cnidos, was the most admired of her statues, being the most perfect piece of Praxiteles.
Characterise the work of Praxiteles, comparing it with that of Phidias.
They were lithe, tall, and graceful; and nature gave them hands as beautiful as ever Praxiteles shaped in marble.
Dion thought of Rosamund's words about Praxiteles as they sat before Hermes.