After Antonio Canova (1757-1822) - A lovely large porcelain sculpture 'The three graces' - 50 cm - Bought at an art store in 1980. The sculpture is without signature. It is 50 x 30 x 16 cm. It weighs 6.5 kilograms. Hand-painted, without damage.
Made after the famous sculpture by Antonio Canova, see photos. Canova’s work is neoclassical, a style strongly influenced by the classics. Canova didn’t try to represent the reality that much, more that of an ideal. He wanted to return to nature with his study of nudes. His sculptures are velvet-like and sensitive.
The three graces were according to Roman mythology three sisters that arrived on earth as a result of the relationship between Venus and Bacchus. Aglaia, Thalia and Eufrosyne embodied beauty, blooming happiness and joy.
Will be adequately packaged and shipped with registration.
- Figurka, Trzy Gracje - 50 cm
- Estimated Period
- Stan dobry - przedmiot używany, z niewielkimi oznakami wieku
- 50×30×16 cm
- 6.5 kg