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Antonio Canova: The Three Graces   wikidata:Q19347884  reasonator:Q19347884
Antonio Canova  (1757–1822)  Blue pencil.svg  wikidata:Q5547  s:it:Autore:Antonio Canova  q:it:Antonio Canova
Antonio Canova
Description Italian sculptor, architect, painter, drawer, engraver and architectural draftsperson
Date of birth/death 1 November 1757  Edit this at Wikidata 13 October 1822  Edit this at Wikidata
Location of birth/death Possagno Venice
Work location Rome; Vienna; Naples; Venice  Edit this at Wikidata
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Antonio Canova: The Three Graces
The Three Graces
label QS:Les,"Las tres Gracias"
label QS:Lhu,"Három Gráciája"
label QS:Laf,"Grasieë"
label QS:Lde,"Die drei Grazien"
label QS:Lpt,"As três Graças"
label QS:Lbe,"Тры грацыі"
label QS:Lmk,"Трите Грации"
label QS:Lzh,"又有美惠三女神"
label QS:Lda,"De tre gratier"
label QS:Lro,"Cele trei Grații"
label QS:Lja,"三美神"
label QS:Laz,"Üç Qrasiya"
label QS:Lel,"Οι τρεις χάριτες"
label QS:Lsv,"De tre gracerna"
label QS:Lpl,"Trzy Gracje"
label QS:Luk,"Три грації"
label QS:Lnl,"De drie Gratiën"
label QS:Lit,"Tre Grazie"
label QS:Lfr,"Les trois Grâces"
label QS:Lla,"Gratiae"
label QS:Lru,"Три грации"
label QS:Len,"The Three Graces"
label QS:Lbr,"An Teir Fulenn"
label QS:Lcs,"Tři grácie"
label QS:Lca,"Les tres Gràcies"
Part of The Three Graces  Edit this at Wikidata
Object type group of statues  Edit this at Wikidata
Genre nude  Edit this at Wikidata
Three Graces - sculpture work by Antonio Canova (taken from IT wiki)
Date from 1815 until 1817
date QS:P,+1815-00-00T00:00:00Z/8,P580,+1815-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P582,+1817-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
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Medium marble  Edit this at Wikidata
Dimensions 173 × 97.2 × 57 cm (68.1 × 38.2 × 22.4 in)
institution QS:P195,Q213322
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Place of creation Rome  Edit this at Wikidata
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The Three Graces (1814–1817). 173 × 97.2 × 57 cm (68.1 × 38.2 × 22.4 in). Victoria & Albert Museum, London

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