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Mars and Venus. 19th.century. Luigi Acquisti. Italian 1745-1821. marble. Villa Carlotta. Lake Como. http://hadrian6.tumblr.com

Mars and Venus. 19th.century. Luigi Acquisti. Italian 1745-1821. marble. Villa Carlotta. Lake Como. http://hadrian6.tumblr.com

Fayum funeral Portrait (Egypt - Ier-IVè AD)

Fayum funeral Portrait (Egypt - Ier-IVè AD)

Fayum-22 - Portraits du Fayoum — Wikipédia

Fayum-22 - Portraits du Fayoum — Wikipédia

Tears.  Most Greek statues were brightly painted and many had eyes made from sea shell and metal, some even had fine wire eyelashes. Very different from th stark white we are used to seeing now.

Tears. Most Greek statues were brightly painted and many had eyes made from sea shell and metal, some even had fine wire eyelashes. Very different from th stark white we are used to seeing now.

Statua di Oceano (XVII), dettaglio, Pietro Bracci. Fontana di Trevi, Roma, Italia.

Statua di Oceano (XVII), dettaglio, Pietro Bracci. Fontana di Trevi, Roma, Italia.

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Stèle d'Horus sur les crocodiles - cette stèle montre le dieu maitrisant les dangers - le Louvre Paris

Stèle d'Horus sur les crocodiles - cette stèle montre le dieu maitrisant les dangers - le Louvre Paris

The remains of Greco-Roman antiquity—coins, gems, sculpture, buildings, and the classics of Greek and Latin literature—fascinated the thinking men and women of the Italian Renaissance. The arts and the humanities, they reasoned, had declined during the "middle ages" that stretched between the end of antiquity and their own time, but by emulating the exemplary works of the ancients, even striving to surpass them artists and writers might restore the arts and letters to their former grandeur

The remains of Greco-Roman antiquity—coins, gems, sculpture, buildings, and the classics of Greek and Latin literature—fascinated the thinking men and women of the Italian Renaissance. The arts and the humanities, they reasoned, had declined during the "middle ages" that stretched between the end of antiquity and their own time, but by emulating the exemplary works of the ancients, even striving to surpass them artists and writers might restore the arts and letters to their former grandeur

pharaoh Thutmose III in Luxor museum in Egypt

pharaoh Thutmose III in Luxor museum in Egypt

Chinoserie pedestal with bust

Chinoserie pedestal with bust

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