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Desenho Wladimir

Desenho Wladimir

Ferdinando Galli Bibiena. Design for One-Quarter of a Ceiling-elaborate Architectural Ornament in Perspective.

Design for One-Quarter of a Ceiling-elaborate Architectural Ornament in Perspective, Ferdinando Galli Bibiena.

Attributed to Ferdinando Galli Bibiena | Foreshortened or Trompe L'Oeil View of the Architecture Surrounding a Courtyard | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Artist: Attributed to Ferdinando Galli Bibiena Title: Foreshortened or Trompe L'Oeil View of the Architecture Surrounding a Courtyard Date: Unknown, during lifetime of artist

Warburg - Banco Comparativo de Imagens: Artistas

Title: Interior in Gothic Style Place: Italy Date: century Technique: pen and brush with Indian ink and bistre Dimensions: cm

Love the fish!   Ornament design after the antique

Ornament design after the antique. Anonymous, Italian, century (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Ferdinando Galli Bibiena | 1657-1743 | Left Half of a Palatial Architectural Fantasy | The Morgan Library & Museum

Ferdinando Galli Bibiena

Ferdinando Galli Bibiena Left Half of a Palatial Architectural Fantasy,

Cathedral

the Gothic Amiens Cathedral - France - Cathedral of Our Lady of Amiens (French: Cathédrale Notre-Dame d'Amiens) Architects:Robert of Luzarches, Thomas and Regnault de Cormont

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Monographie du palais de Fontainebleau : Salle du Trône Pfnor Rodolphe (1824-1909)

Monographie du palais de Fontainebleau : Salle du Trône Pfnor Rodolphe (1824-1909)

Hmm

Architectural Study - Filippo Juvarra (Italian, Messina very similar to the Torino, Palazzo Madama that Juvarra designed

Paolo Uccello - Vase in perspective, early Renaissance.  What does this drawing tell you about the level of realism and perspective that artist of the Renaissance were attempting to reach?

Paolo Uccello - Vase in perspective, early Renaissance. What does this drawing tell you about the level of realism and perspective that artist of the Renaissance were attempting to reach?

First printing of the original 1911 magazine . [4pp.]/pp.106   11.00"  x 7.50".  Brown printed covers. Edges rubbed and chipped. Spine with printed titles, split along hinges. Clean text and portrait frontis (H.R.H. The duke Of Cumberland) Some pages un-cut, others roughly opened. Hinges weak but all leaves holding firm. Contents include all 3321 Members!

Antiquarian & Collectable Books in English

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