Famous statues produced from Parian white marble

Hermes of Praxiteles Hermes of Praxiteles – at the Museum of Olympia.
One of the masterpieces of ancient Greek art.
Hermes, as Pausanias informs us, is depicted carrying the infant Dionysos. Made from Parian marble it stands 2,10m in height.
It is thought to be an original of the great sculptor and it is dated to ca. 330 B.C.
source: Hellenic Ministry of Culture
Venus de Milo Venus (or Aphrodite) de Milo Musée du Louvre
Victory of Samothrace The Winged Victory of Samothrace, Louvre