The statue’s head is at the Louvre museum in Paris, replaced in the
Acropolis museum by an exact plaster cast. One of the most important aspects
of the “Rampin” statue is a subtle turn of the torso towards the right
as the head turns distinctly towards the left, an attempt to brake free from
the strict symmetry of the past.
Marble original, c. 560-550 BCE (Acropolis Museum)