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This is my own picture posted to Flickr. The Three Graces, Louvre Museum, Roman copy , 2nd century CE.

Relief depicting Mother Goddesses, imperial age 1st–2nd Century A.D., France, Burgundy, Chatillon Sur Seine, Musee Du Chatillonnais (Archaeological Museum), Gallo-Roman art

The Three Graces --- The ancient Greeks saw the world in terms of darkness and light, so white was a fundamental color. According to Pliny the Elder in his Natural History, Apelles (4th century BC) and the other famous painters of ancient Greece used only four colors in their paintings; white, red, yellow and black. #THEDRESLYN

Hercules with the Apples of the Hesperides. 1st.-2nd.century.Roman copy of a Greek original. marble. heavily restored.

ancientart: “ Roman sculpture: The Three Graces, 2nd Century AD, currently located in the Louvre, France. ”