Two beautiful women were holding a kettle and pouring water into a large kettle. Another woman was coming along with a jug on her shoulder, ready to pour water into the jug as well. This statue is Danaides daughters bronze statue. Realistic sculptures will make the best additions to your garden.
Danaides is the Greek mythology of the Egyptian king Danaus (Danaus) with most of the mistress or wife of the 50 daughters of the name. Danaus to punish his forty-nine daughters. To cause their souls to receive more severe punishment when they reach the underworld. Haddish ordered them to pour water into a bucket with no bottom until it was full. The sisters kept pouring water into the bucket, but the water flowing down, never full of that day. There is no end to this punishment. The Danaides daughters bronze statue is a good depiction of the sisters pouring water into a bucket.