Cupid and Psyche Statue By Antonio Canova (1757-1822), 1793, Louvre, Paris. Canova chose the most romantic of myths as the subject of this masterpiece-the love affair between Psyche, a mortal, and Cupid, the god of love. Originally commisioned in 1787 for Scottish patron John Campbell, it was completed in 1793 and is presently at the Louvre. Designed to be seen in the round, our exacting, museum-quality replica of Canova's work captures the perfection of these two graceful figures as they tenderly embrace. Complete with incredible sculptural detail, for your home or gallery and the large version is cast in quality designer resin for your garden.