The Diana of Anet or Diana leaning on a stag is a Mannerist style bronze sculpture representing Diana of Poitiers as the goddess Diana.
Diana, the goddess of the hunt, is shown seated, holding a bow in one hand and circling the neck of a large deer in the other. At his feet a greyhound and a barbet named Procyon and Cyrius.
The sculpture is not a portrait of Diane de Poitiers, but it is a tribute. The stag symbolizes Henry II, Diana's royal lover.
It is one of the first statues of the Renaissance. It is also the first large nude sculpture and the first large garden sculpture.