The last Pose I'm working on is for Polyhymnia, who was the Muse of Sacred Poetry, Sacred Hymn, Dance, Eloquence, Agriculture, and Pantomime. Sometimes, she's also mentioned as being the Muse of Geometry and Meditation. She's usually shown as very serious, pensive, and meditative, often dressed in a long cloak and veil and resting her elbow on a pillar. She may be shown with grapes, which is a reference to her being the Goddess of Agriculture. I have four possible poses for Polyhymnia, and I'm having a difficult time deciding which one to use. From left to right, they are A, B, C (holding a grape cluster), and D (holding a cloth lined basket of grapes) Any preferences?