Pygmalion by Regnault
Pygmalion was a Cypriot Gold-smith who was interested in sculpturing, he carved a woman out of ivory. According to Ovid, after seeing the Propoetides prostituting themselves (more accurately, they denied the divinity of Venus and she thus ‘reduced’ them to prostitution), he was 'not interested in women', but his statue was so fair and realistic that he fell in love with it.
In time, Venus' festival day came, and Pygmalion made offerings at the altar of Venus. There he quietly wished that his ivory sculpture would be changed to a real woman. When he returned home, he kissed his ivory statue and found that its lips felt warm. He kissed it again and touched her breasts with his hand and found that the ivory lost its hardness. Venus had granted Pygmalion's wish.
Pygmalion married the ivory sculpture changed to a woman under Venus’ blessing. Together, they had a son, Paphos, from whom the island's name is derived:
(according to wikipedia, picture:
Pygmalion by Jean-Baptiste Regnault, 1786, Musée National du Château et des Trianons