This female statue is one of two Lazzaroni pieces,commissioned by Thomas Hamilton, found in the vestibule. Similarly to her counterpart (Hebe), who stands opposite her on the western side of the vestibule, she is depicted in a classical style and made from plaster. However her long garment, which covers most of her body, contrasts with that of her opposite number, who is only covered from the waist down. In contrast to the cup and jug held by her counterpart this figure instead appears to be holding a wreath.

This statue may represent Panacea, the sister of Hygeia. However, as in the case of the Hebe statue it is difficult to be certain that Lazzaroni intended to represent Panacea as this minor goddess, unlike her sister, was not associated with any particular symbols.