Antonio Canova, Cupid and Psyche, 1786-93; one of my favorite pieces, it was a dream come true to see it in the Louvre! Simply splendid in person! another favorite
Now that's called art
The Three Graces- Antonio Canova- Hermitage Museum, Moscow
Art of Sculptures & Crafts
Detail of Antonio Canova’s Psyche Revived by the Kiss of Love (1789).
Antonio Canova The Repentant Mary Magdalene 1809. Hermitage, St Petersburg
artikulate + goddess good
Psyché ranimée par le baiser de l'Amour, Antonio Canova (1793), Le Louvre, Paris 2010
Perseus with the Head of Medusa Antonio Canova (Italian, Possagno 1757–1822 Venice) Date: 1804–06 Culture: Italian, Rome
"My" Museum of Art
Details, details...Monument to Canova and Mausoleum of Doge Pesaro, photo by MisterPeter via Flickr.
Musetouch Visual Arts Magazine
Antonio Canova - Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss, Louvre Museum, Paris
all things French...
Among his most notable sculptures were “Cupid and Psyche,” and a bronze statue of Napoleon in the likeness of Mars titled “Napoleon as Mars the Peacemaker.”
Antonio Canova's sculpture of Terpsichore - her name means "delight of dancing" She was one of the nine Muses, ruling over dance and the dramatic chorus.