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Alabaster sculpture representing the three Graces dancing in a circle and holding a crown of flowers. The three young women dressed in Grecian tunics are treated in an individualized manner. They stand on a high cylindrical pedestal decorated with vine branches, twisted lines and a frieze of water leaves. This is an Italian work from Tuscany.

The three Graces, also called the Charites, are goddesses linked to charm, beauty and creativity. Daughters of Zeus and Eurynome, they are associated with Venus to distribute beauty in the world. Aglaia, the splendid, Euphrosyne, the joyful and Thalia the verdant dance for the gods of Olympus to the sound of Apollo's lyre. This famous theme was widely disseminated in antiquity.

Diameter of the base: 27cm
19th century, Circa: 1880
Dim: W: 27cm, D: 27cm, H: 67cm.
Dim: W: 10,6in, D: 10,6in, H: 26,4in.
Condition report: In good general condition. Restoration to the base. Light wear to the alabaster.

Identifier Exists False
LP : 3150
Width: 27 (cm)
Height 67 (cm)
Depth 27 (cm)
Delivery: Calculated at time of payment

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