The Three Graces (Rubens)  

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The Three Graces[1] is a 1639 oil painting of the Three Graces by Rubens.

The painting was held in the personal collection of the artist until his death, then in 1666 it went to the Royal Alcazar of Madrid, before hanging in the Museo del Prado. It is held as the most rubenesque of all his paintings.

There were other variations by Rubens on the theme of Three Graces.

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