The painting The Three Graces by the great Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens (1639) 

The Three Graces have been regularly and famously depicted in classical and modern art, from Sandro Botticelli to Pablo Picasso.

The Greek mythological figures have been adapted to different portrayals, from reimagining them as three black athletic men (Kehinde Whiley, 2005), to Rozas’ Quinchamalí women, the Three Graces have evolved from mythological gracious figures, which themselves represent the ideas of beauty and grace popular in Ancient Greece, to represent different ideas of beauty and virtues that appear through time.

In the Chilean town of Quinchamalí, their heritage is transmitted through their unique black clay pottery