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Life’s worries and woes have taken their toll on the Three Graces of Greek Mythology.

Unsustainable deficits. Labor unrest. Burgeoning public debt. A humiliating financial bailout by the IMF. Greece’s perennial foe, Turkey, backing Iran’s nuclear swap. Iran elected to the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women. Concerns over their insolvent pension fund, and, to top it off, the embarrassing adulterated olive oil scandal.

All these issues and more have weighed heavily on Aglaea, the Goddess of beauty, Euphrosyne, the Goddess of mirth and Thalia, the Goddess of good cheer. It shows.

This print measures 11 inches wide x 8.5 inches tall, including the white margins around the image. The actual image is approximately 10 x 7 inches. It is printed on archival paper and signed by the artist. It is shipped flat in a rigid container via USPS First Class Mail.

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The Three Graces of Greek Mythology Have Not Aged Well print

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