Hot Cast three Graces by Canova Bookend Book End Bronze Sculpture Statue Figure


Condition: This sculpture is in a perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 8" X Width 4"
Marble Dimensions: 4" X 3"
Height without base:5"
Weight:5 LBS
Original or Reproduction: Reproduction

This exquisite sculpture of the Three Graces, originally crafted by the renowned Neoclassical sculptor Antonio Canova in 1814, stands as a testament to the enduring allure of mythological themes and classical ideals. Representing the embodiment of gracefulness and beauty, these three figures were the constant attendants of Aphrodite, the goddess of love, in Greek mythology. Their timeless charm and elegance captivate viewers, inviting admiration and contemplation of their mythological significance. Crafted from solid bronze and mounted on a sleek black marble base, this sculpture exudes sophistication and refinement, making it a striking centerpiece for any setting. Whether displayed in a museum or in the comfort of one's home, it serves as a conversation starter and a source of inspiration, sparking discussions about art, mythology, and the timeless pursuit of beauty. As viewers admire the intricate detailing and graceful poses of the Three Graces, they are transported to a bygone era of artistic excellence and cultural revival. This sculpture not only celebrates the artistic legacy of Antonio Canova but also pays homage to the enduring power of classical mythology to inspire and enchant audiences throughout the ages.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Joseph Covais
Canova's The Three Graces

What a delightful sculpture this is. I've ordered several pieces from Bronzhaus and this is among my favorite. I originally ordered the smaller, book-end, version by mistake. I ordered over the phone and Yan and I both thought it was the larger version. Switching them out was utterly hassle-free. They sent me a pre-paid shipping label and when we completed the re-order it arrived the next day, sort of shocking how fast it arrived.
Anyway, my advice is to go for the larger version. This is a complex sculpture, having three figures as it does, and can be much better appreciated in the larger scale.
I've dealt with both John and Yan by phone and found them both to be easy-going.