QUEST FOR BEAUTY: Photo
THIS COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHS IS MY "QUEST FOR BEAUTY" FROM THE MARBLES OF ANTIQUITY - OLD MASTER PAINTINGS - SCULPTURE - Objet d'Art - ARCHITECTURE TO THE MOST STUNNING INTERIORS - ALLOW YOURSELF TO BE INTOXICATED BY THEIR BEAUTY. These posts are not for monetary gain but for visual pleasure if there are any problems with copyrights they will be removed at your request. Some of my earlier posts have been watermarked with my initials H6 in order to keep track of the ones I have…
Gateway to Naples by Franz RichardUnterberger
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La ''grande bellezza'' senza tempo: Roma nelle prime foto a colori
Una Roma così poche volte si è vista. E' il 1890 e queste sono le fotografie a colori dell'archivio americano dalla Libreria del Congress…
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Delineato colorato a mano all'acquarello, cornice coeva, raffigurante l'Arco di Tito. Abraham Louis Rodolphe Ducros e Giovanni Volpato. Fine XVIII sec
Giovanni Battista Piranesi | Plate 6: 1. Arch of Titus. 2. Villa Farnese. 3. Columns of the Temple of Jupiter Stator (the Supporter). 4. Arch of Septimus Severus. 5. Temple of Peace. (1. Arco di Tito in Roma. 2. Villa Farnese. 2. Colon.e. del Tem.o di G.ve St.re. 4. Ar.co di Set.o . . . ) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Triumphal Arch of Titus in Rome - Charles-Louis Clerisseau
Author: Charles-Louis Clerisseau. Landscape, Drawings, Gouache and pen and brown wash, 60.9x47.5 cm. Origin: France, 1781. Source of entry: acquired from the author by Catherine II in 1781, Provenance: 1924. Theme: Architecture.
The Twelve Caesars
dererumgestorum: “ FORUM ROMANUM I THE ARCH OF TITUS In AD 80, the tenth anniversary of conclusion of the Jewish War, the Senate commissioned a triumphal arch dedicated to the Emperor Titus. Built...
1stdibs Paper Antique Of The Arch Of Titus Abbot 1820 Print
Antique print titled 'Arch of Titus'. Large aquatint of the Arch of Titus'. The Arch of Titus is a 1st century AD honorific arch, located on the Via Sacra, Rome, just to the south-east of the Roman Forum. It was constructed in c. 81 AD by the Emperor Domitian shortly after the death of his older brother Titus to commemorate Titus's official deification or consecratio and the victory of Titus together with their father, Vespasian, over the Jewish rebellion in Judaea. The arch contains panels…