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"Morikami Museum Ceramic Roof Tiles" by Ginette Callaway

#Morikami #Museum #Ceramic #Roof #Japanese #Tiles by Ginette Callaway, Lovejoy // Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is located in west of Delray Beach in Palm Beach County Florida. These are beautiful black roof tiles. Original photograph that I digitally messaged to create this painterly image. // -- Buy stunning fine art prints, framed prints and canvas prints directly from independent working artists and photographers.

Blue Tile Roof At The Temple Of Heaven Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Sam Bloomberg-rissman

Blue Tile Roof at the Temple of Heaven Photograph - Blue Tile Roof at the Temple of Heaven Fine Art Print

Articulation of roof tiles

Team holding photograph taken by Susan Meiselas in Jan. 1982, showing the walls of a burned house and charred remains under the fallen ceramic roof tiles. The two story cement house in th background is the only structure that reveals the location of that home today, which the team plans to evaluate for future exhumations.

Gallery of Clay Roof House / DRTAN LM Architect - 4

Image 4 of 39 from gallery of Clay Roof House / DRTAN LM Architect. Photograph by H.Lin Ho

Museum at the China Academy of Art, Hangzhou, Kengo Kuma, 2015. Detail of suspended roof tile facade.

Tile | Origin: Iran | Period: late 13th-early 14th century Il-Khanid period | Details: Not Available | Type: Stone-paste painted under colorless glaze |

China Academy Arts by Kengo Kuma and photographed by Eiichi Kano

The Thai Pavilion at Olbrich Gardens covered with snow. Photograph by Peter Patau.The pavilion features gold leaf etchings, a lacquer finish, and intricate decoration. Amazingly, the pavilion is able to withstand the winter weather of Wisconsin with no protection because it is constructed of plantation-grown teak and weather-resistant ceramic roof tiles. The gold leaf, however, is delicate and not able to withstand the oils of the human hand.