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Flowers, Draw, Hoa, Renaissance Art, Resim, Antik, Bloemen, Kunst, Artist

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Millie Jones

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ohcitycity
For Sale on 1stDibs - Ruins Landscape Codazzi Paint Oil on canvas Old master 18th Century Roma Italy, Oil Paint by Niccolò Codazzi (Naples, 1642 - Genoa, 1693). Offered by Antichita Castelbarco. Genoa, Resim, Artist, Rennaissance Art, Renaissance Art, Renaissance Paintings, Sanat, Fotos, Dreamy Art

Roman school late 17th - early 18th century - Follower of Niccolò Codazzi (Naples, 1642 - Genoa, 1693) Pair of fantastic architectural whims with classical ruins and figures Oils on canvas, cm. 47 x 60, framed cm. 55 x 68 A suggestive perspective of classical architectural ruins dominates the scene in this beautiful pair of capricci, whose style characteristics appear to be influenced by the models designed by Viviano (1604 - 1670) and his son Niccolò Codazzi (1642-1693), who collaborated in…

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Burning Man
Random Stuff, Classic Art, Renaissance Art, Classical Art, Seni Vintage, Vintage Poster Art, Istoria Artei, Images Esthétiques, Aesthetic Art

Antonietta Brandeis (Miskowitz/Bohmen 1849-1910 Venedig) was one among many artists to make the artistic pilgrimage to Venice. The attraction of the city and its cultural history is conveyed in this painting through the artist's detailed depiction of the intricate Renaissance architecture. The contemporary nature of the subject is made more immediate by the two figures, however, and the bright Italian sunlight which inundates the scene.

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Laurie Lafranchise

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