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    "Cupid and Psyche" Antonio Canova - Louvre Marble

    Eros and Psyche Cupid, the God of Love embraces Psyche, a remarkably beautiful mortal woman in this exquisite sculpture by Antonio Canova - Amore E Psiche

    Antonio Canova - Pauline Bonaparte as Venus Victrix, 1804-08. Marble. Galleria Borghese. Roma, Italia.

    ‘Psyche Revived by Cupid’s Kiss’ detail Antonio Canova

    Ravishment of Psyche by Antonio Canova

    Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss, Antonio Canova, 1787.

    Antonio Canova, Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss, commissioned 1787

    Paolina Borghese as Venus Victrix by Antonio CANOVA

    Amour and psyche, antoinio canova

    The Gallery of the History. The Three Graces- Antonio Canova- Hermitage Museum, Moscow The Three Graces 1813 to1816

    Sorrowful Angels by Antonio Canova 1819

    Antonio Canova. Paris. Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Antonio Canova | Adone e Venere.

    Antonio Canova | Venus Italica - Probably ca. 1822–23, variant of marble first executed 1810. Height: 69 in. (175.3 cm).

    Terpsichore by Antonio Canova

    Antonio Canova

    Antonio Canova, Pauline Bonaparte as Venus Victrix, 1803-8

    Antonio Canova - Sleeping Nymph - 1820/1824. Victoria and Albert Museum

    Antonio CANOVA [Italian Neoclassical Sculptor, 1757-1822] Orpheus1776Marble, height 203 cm

    “Venus”, Antonio Canova, 1811

    Venus and Mars. Antonio Canova. Italian. 1757-1822.

    Heracles and Lichas, Antonio Canova, 1796. Heracles is throwing him into the sea.

    Antonio Canova, Pauline Borghese as Venus, 1808

    Helen of Troy, by Antonio Canova