Wall Relief of the Three Charites or Graces
A detailed wall relief of the famous three Charites or Graces from the Greek mythology. Aglaïa (Brightness), Euphrosyne (Joyfulness) and Thalia (Bloom) daughters of Zeus and either Eurynome, Oceanid or Eunomia. Wear consistent with age and use. Not recommended for exterior use. Circa 1880 - 1890, France.
Aglaea or Algaïa is the one name of a few figures in the Greek mythology. She is the goddess of beauty, splendor and glory. Aglaea is the youngest daughter of the Charites or Grace, she is one of the three daughters of Zeus.
In the Ancient Greek religion, Euphrosyne was one of the three Charites or Graces, known also as Euthymia or Eutychia. She is one of the daughters of Zeus and Oceanid Eurynome.
Thalia was one of the three Charites or Graces in the Greek mythology. She is one of the daughters of Zeus and Eurynome. Thalia was the goddess of festivity.
The Greek Mythology is the body of legends, initial told by the ancient Greeks. These stories, sagas concern the origin and the nature of the world, the lives and activities of heroes and mythological creatures.
Dimensions: 23" H x 38" W x 1.5" L