Sculpture of the three Graces.
Measurements: Height: 70 cm. Width: 40 cm. Depth: 25 cm.
High-density synthetic resin figure with metallic baths (bronze, copper, zinc, etc.).
Decorative elements of great beauty and detail.
The three Graces, in Greek Cárites, were goddesses of beauty and charm. Aglaya (“Beauty”), and Thalia (“Abundance”) and Euphrosyne (“Joy”), were considered daughters of Zeus and were part of Aphrodite’s retinue.
Among the Romans they were known by the names of Castitas (Chastity), Pulchritudo (Beauty), and Voluptas (Desire).
In art they are often depicted in a dancing position with their hands intertwined or embracing each other in an affectionate attitude. It is a motif that has been widely represented in art since Classical Antiquity and the Modern Age, especially during the Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassicism, by artists such as Botticelli, Rubens and Canova.