Explorez La Photographie D'art et plus encore !

Découvrir des thèmes similaires

Au Vietnam, le photographe Loes Heerink a voulu mettre à l'honneur les vendeurs de rue de la ville de Hanoi, tout en changeant des angles classi

Au Vietnam, le photographe Loes Heerink a voulu mettre à l'honneur les vendeurs de rue de la ville de Hanoi, tout en changeant des angles classi

I think I have this camera...(http://www.retronaut.co/2012/04/celebrities-with-vintage-cameras-1950s-1970s/)

Des gens célèbres avec des appareils photos

I think I have this camera...(http://www.retronaut.co/2012/04/celebrities-with-vintage-cameras-1950s-1970s/)

Francesco di Giorgio Martini (Italian, Siena 1439–1501 Siena). Goddess of Chaste Love, 1468–75. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Marquand Fund, 1920 (20.182) | This is a fragment from a cassone panel representing the Triumph of Chastity, here meaning fidelity in marriage, a common subject for nuptial chests. She is in her triumphant cart accompanied by virtuous women. ~ETS

Francesco di Giorgio Martini (Italian, Siena 1439–1501 Siena). Goddess of Chaste Love, 1468–75. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Marquand Fund, 1920 (20.182) | This is a fragment from a cassone panel representing the Triumph of Chastity, here meaning fidelity in marriage, a common subject for nuptial chests. She is in her triumphant cart accompanied by virtuous women. ~ETS

In the Middle Ages, #mythical creatures known as #griffins were seen as guardians and gate keepers. They watched over doorways or transitions from one place to another. | Panel with a Griffin, 1250–1300. Byzantine. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Rogers Fund and Jeannette and Jonathan Rosen Gift, 2000 (2000.81) ~ETS #met #gatekeepers

In the Middle Ages, #mythical creatures known as #griffins were seen as guardians and gate keepers. They watched over doorways or transitions from one place to another. | Panel with a Griffin, 1250–1300. Byzantine. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Rogers Fund and Jeannette and Jonathan Rosen Gift, 2000 (2000.81) ~ETS #met #gatekeepers

Louis Jean Desprez (French, 1743–1804). The Chimera (La Chimère de Monsieur Desprez), ca. 1777–84. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, 1998 (1998.248) | Born on the burning sands of Africa, Desprez's mythical beast has three heads: one a bird and two with the features of the devil. The skeletal monster devours its human prey amid the bones of its previous victims framed by the dark semicircle of an archway, the pale semicircle of the moon visible beyond.

Louis Jean Desprez (French, 1743–1804). The Chimera (La Chimère de Monsieur Desprez), ca. 1777–84. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, 1998 (1998.248) | Born on the burning sands of Africa, Desprez's mythical beast has three heads: one a bird and two with the features of the devil. The skeletal monster devours its human prey amid the bones of its previous victims framed by the dark semicircle of an archway, the pale semicircle of the moon visible beyond.

In this blog post, Stijn Alsteens, Drawings and Prints curator and “Grand Design: Pieter Coecke van Aelst and Renaissance Tapestry” co-curator, discusses the exhibition’s stunning array of drawings. | Pieter Coecke van Aelst (Netherlandish, 1502–1550). Design for a nautilus cup with Neptune riding a Hippocampus, ca. 1535–40. Princes of Waldburg-Wolfegg, Wolfegg Castle. ~ETS

In this blog post, Stijn Alsteens, Drawings and Prints curator and “Grand Design: Pieter Coecke van Aelst and Renaissance Tapestry” co-curator, discusses the exhibition’s stunning array of drawings. | Pieter Coecke van Aelst (Netherlandish, 1502–1550). Design for a nautilus cup with Neptune riding a Hippocampus, ca. 1535–40. Princes of Waldburg-Wolfegg, Wolfegg Castle. ~ETS

Pinterest
Rechercher