Judging from the architecture and the sculpture, I believe this is in front of the Venice Arsenale
Black granite statue of Queen Nefertari: this fine female head has an incised text on the back pillar which gives the name and titles of Queen Nerfertari, wife of Ramses II. The queen is wearing a tripartite wig surmounted by double uraei. This piece appears to be part of a group statue, probably a dyad. Only the upper part of the statue is preserved. The top of the crown and the left edge of the back pillar are lost. There are no traces of colour.
Eva Green photographed by Fabrice Dall’Anese during Cannes Film Festival for Vanity Fair, May 2014
Sir John Richardson’s folly
Rembrandt’s Brushstrokes Series
The detailed strokes creating the beard/ stubble are visible, with small dark strokes and small ochre strokes
Natalia Vodianova for Russian Vogue