Three Graces by Canova Statue 17HPN# T80750
If only these three young beauties could talk! These three personifications of gracefulness now in the V&A Museum in London were the constant attendants of Aphrodite, the goddess of love. Sculpted by the foremost Neoclassical sculptor in Europe, Antonio Canova in 1814, this sculpture exemplifies a common theme in art from this period--a revival of mythological themes and classical ideals from Greek Roman antiquity.
Made from resin, 17.25 in H x 10 in W x 7.5 in D. Weight: 8.3 lbs.
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