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Category:The Three Graces by Antonio Canova

Antonio Canova  (1757–1822) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q5547 s:it:Autore:Antonio Canova q:it:Antonio Canova
Antonio Canova
Description Italian sculptor and architect
Date of birth/death 1 November 1757 13 October 1822
Location of birth/death Possagno (near Bassano) Venice
Work location Rome
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  • 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.


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