Rome

Neoclassical Clock 1

The David Roche Foundation Adelaide – Gallery 1: Neoclassic

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The neoclassical style featured in Gallery 1 The David Roche House Museum & Gallery reflects the spirit of antiquity in England & Europe during the 18th century

David Henderson – Capturing Italy’s Essence, Exhibition 2015

David Henderson – Capturing Italy’s Essence, Exhibition 2015

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Capturing Italy’s essence internationally renowned Brisbane artist David Henderson presents his annual exhibition, Graydon Gallery, Brisbane 21 – 30 August 2015

David Henderson – An Artists Eye in Rome, Florence & Venice

David Henderson – An Artists Eye in Rome, Florence & Venice

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Light, atmosphere, architecture and art are at the very essence of David Henderson’s work as he paints en plein air in Rome, Florence and Venice on show in Rome

Don Pasquale – Opera Australia Delights Melbourne in Spring

Don Pasquale – Opera Australia Delights Melbourne in Spring

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Opera Australia’s Don Pasquale is about laughing at how ridiculous we all can be, presented as great to look at and glorious entertainment with gorgeous singing

Classic

Classical Architecture – At the Meeting of Human and Divine

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Design in architecture reached a zenith at Athens in the fifth century. It is a place where artists were caught between the meeting of the human with the divine

Stunning Collection 19th century archaeological Jewellery V & A Museum London

Creating Love Jewellery – Cupid to Cartier

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From Cupid to Cartier; Rome to Renaissance, Restoration to Revolution, Regency to Revival, or the Romantics to Retro, for centuries we have created love jewelry

Amorini in a wallpainting in the Casa Vettii at Pompeii

Love Jewellery – Rome to Renaissance Pt 1

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A belief gold and gemstones had an effect on the affairs of many has not been limited to any culture and tokens of human affection were jewelled objects of love

Rome: A Legacy from Antiquity that is Alive and Ongoing…

Rome: A Legacy from Antiquity that is Alive and Ongoing…

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Religion, literature and government, as well as its visual art forms could be said to define the character and individuality of any civilization. While the former may change in both attitude and stance, or else fade away, many of those self-same visual art forms, such as sculpture, have remained both…

Gian Lorenzo Bernini Terracotta Model for the Lion on the Four Rivers Fountain ca. 1649–50 on loan Galleria dell’Accademia di San Luca, Rome photo by Zeno Colantoni, Rome courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Gian Lorenzo Bernini: Sculpting in Clay before Marble

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At Rome Bernini displayed unparalleled virtuosity taking his ideas for three dimensional sculpture to reality producing art at the pinnacle of what was possible