|Date:||1900 - 1919|
|Category:||Paintings, Cannon Hall, and Oil on canvas|
|Material:||Oil on canvas|
|Dimensions:||Framed: H 990 x W 708 x D 50 mm|
|Inscriptions:||Signature, painted, lower left: "EDem"|
The personification of dusk and the moon was a recurring motif in Evelyns later works often against a calm seascape. In ancient lore the moon is associated with fertility and the cycle of life and is often portrayed by a triple goddess whose three incarnations are maiden, mother and crone.
However, in this painting the three delicately composed female nudes are all beautiful young women.