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Italian Renaissance Learning Resources

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Three Graces

In ancient mythology the Graces were goddesses who embodied grace and charm. They were: Aglaia (Brilliance), Thalia (Flowering), and Euphrosyne (Joy). They were popular figures—particularly in a linked-arm pose—for both Roman and Renaissance artists.