Category:The Three Graces by Antonio Canova
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|Antonio Canova (1757–1822)|
|Description||Italian sculptor and architect|
|Date of birth/death||1 November 1757||13 October 1822|
|Location of birth/death||Possagno (near Bassano)||Venice|
- Italiano: "Le tre Grazie", di Antonio Canova, è gruppo scultoreo conservato all'Ermitage di San Pietroburgo (Russia).
- English: The Three Graces by Antonio Canova. There are two versions of the sculpture: on is in the Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, the other is owned jointly and exhibited in turn by the Victoria and Albert Museum and the National Galleries of Scotland. The graces depicted are (youngest to oldest): Agleaea ("Beauty"), Euphrosyne ("Good Cheer", and Thalia ("Festivities"). Also known as the Charites (Greek Mythology name) or Gratiae by the Romans. They appear in many works of art, such as Boticelli's Primavera at the Uffizi gallery.
|Instance of|| sculpture,|
work with multiple executions
This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.
- ► The Three Graces (Hearst Castle) (4 C, 4 F)
Media in category "The Three Graces by Antonio Canova"
The following 9 files are in this category, out of 9 total.
- Canova-antonio 3-graces terre-cuite.jpg 1,203 × 1,500; 667 KB
- Christian von Holst und James Stirling, Foto Staatsgalerie Stuttgart.jpg 1,323 × 934; 609 KB
- Italian Garden at Duke Gardens.jpg 3,553 × 2,368; 1.39 MB
- Las Tres Gracias - panoramio.jpg 1,080 × 1,920; 418 KB
- Las Tres Gracias.jpg 1,600 × 1,600; 1.72 MB
- Le tre Grazie.jpg 2,620 × 3,840; 1.87 MB
- Sarasota FL Harding Circle HD 3 Graces01.jpg 4,288 × 3,216; 2.41 MB
- Three graces statue - Oleksandriia Park.jpg 600 × 800; 75 KB
- Tre Grazie, Canova.jpg 1,000 × 1,639; 103 KB