A wonderful representation after the famous marble, The Three Graces, by Antonio Canova (currently on display at the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia), this lovely garden statue was cast in Belgium, circa 1970. Our Neoclassical statue boasts an exquisitely weathered white painted finish, adorned with a mottled accumulation of moss and lichen, creating a mesmerizing patina of greens, browns, blacks, and grays. The Three Graces, Thalia (“Flourishing”), Aglaea (“Shining”), and Euphrosyne (“Joy”), are depicted in their classical form, draped with only a delicate fabric. The trio lovingly embrace each other, as they stand on a two-inch thick demi-lune plinth in front of a tall urn partially concealed by the fabric.
Our cast stone statue measuring nearly 40 inches high, is a perfect addition to any garden, courtyard, or indoor setting. This statue is not just art; it’s a story of Greek mythology and Neoclassical history that can be cherished for generations to come.
CONDITION: Very good condition, with some weathering to the white paint. Fleabites to stone. Production mark near the back of the plinth. Please see photos.