The Three Graces
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The term The Three Graces may refer to:
- Charites, known in Greek mythology as The Three Graces, goddesses of such things as charm, beauty, and creativity. In Roman mythology they were known as the Gratiae.
- An art topic depicted in dozens of paintings and sculptures, including:
- Primavera (Botticelli), a 15th-century painting by Botticelli
- The Three Graces (Raphael), a 16th-century painting by Raphael
- The Three Graces (Rubens), a 17th-century painting by Rubens
- The Three Graces (sculpture), a 19th-century neoclassical sculpture by Antonio Canova
- The Three Graces (Indianapolis), a 19th- or 20th-century neoclassical sculpture by an unknown artist, located at the Indianapolis Museum of Art
- Three Graces (Mack), an abstract sculpture by Heinz Mack, located at the Lynden Sculpture Garden
- The Three Graces, painting by Michael Parkes referred to in Dan Brown's 2009 novel The Lost Symbol
- The Three Graces (Cranach), a 16th-century painting by Lucas Cranach the Elder
- The Three Graces (d'Antoine) (Trois Graces), an 18th-century fountain by Étienne d'Antoine in the Place de la Comédie, Montpellier, France
- Nymph (Central Figure for "The Three Graces"), a 20th-century sculpture by Aristide Maillol
- Les Trois Grâces, a 20th-century sculpture by Niki de Saint Phalle
- The Three Graces, a 1908 opera that opened at the Chicago Opera House and starred such performers as Trixie Friganza
- The Three Graces (Три грации), a 1988 Russian opera parody composed by Vladimir Tarnopolsky
- The Three Graces, a set of three historic buildings on the waterfront in the UNESCO World Heritage site of Pier Head, Liverpool, England
- The Three Graces of Admin, three minor characters in the British situation comedy Campus.
- "The Bachelor and Three Graces", a set of four sequoia trees growing with intertwined roots growing in Mariposa Grove, Yosemite National Park. Three of these trees ("The Three Graces") grow adjacent to one another and the fourth ("The Bachelor") at a small distance away.
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