The three goddesses are depicted here, being held by the shoulders, on the same plane as in a dance motif. But they do not dance; the rhythm suggested by knee flexing, unevenly high hips is only an exaggeration of the classical period's hip motifs. It is a new static rhythm where the taste for feminine and solid shapes has replaced the research almost exclusively devoted in the 5th century to the study of the athletic nude.
At the origin of this motif, it seems that there was a painted motif, which would explain the linear presentation of the three sculptures, on the same plane; one can imagine that they attended a scene of Olympus, and the motif, well in the taste of the Hellenistic period, was then isolated and reproduced in plastic.
Reproduction in patinated resin
With wall hanging system
Height: 40 cm.
Length: 37 cm.
Depth: 6 cm.
Weight: 5.9 kg.
Origin: Roman replica based on a pictorial prototype rather than statuary created in the 2nd century BC.
Epoch: Hellenistic Greece, based on a prototype from the 2nd century BC.
Museum: Paris - Museum of Asian Arts-Guimet.