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Royal Palace of Caserta (UNESCO World Heritage Site) Constructed for the Bourbon kings of Naples, the Royal Palace of Caserta is the largest royal residence in the world with over 2 million m³ and …
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Take a Sicilian Baroque tour of Modica. Start your day at Corso Umberto I, appreciate grinning masks and winged putti, and be amazed by the Baroque sense of motion.
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the royal palace. Caserta Italy. http://hadrian6.tumblr.com
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Anonymous, Italian, 17th or 18th century | Fragment of Frame Design (Recto); Sketch of a Man's Head in Profile (Verso) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Modica located in southeast Sicily is famous for its unique Sicilian Baroque architecture and locally produced chocolate. Nestled in the Hyblean mountains, the town is divided into two distinctive parts: Modica Alta and Modica Bassa.
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Additionally, there are a few lesser-known features of this opulent period in history encompassing design typology, construction techniques, allegory and trivia....
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Before the Rococo, there was the excessive and sometimes heavy baroque style, popular in the late 17th century and in France, associated with Louis XIV (whose bust appears in the overmantel above). The room seen here is another period room found at the Getty Museum. Meant to impress, the style is excessively styled with every surface taken into consideration for ornament. Unlike the rococo which was meant to be fun by focussing on light and elegance, the baroque was meant to impress (much…
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A Monumental Italian 19th century Baroque giltwood carved and cast-composition ornament figural mirror with rocaille decoration, crest with open book flanked by putti, sides fitted with putti holding…
Description: A Monumental Italian 19th century Baroque giltwood carved and cast-composition ornament figural mirror with rocaille decoration, crest with open book flanked by putti, sides fitted with putti holding three-branch candle sconces. Circa: Florence, 1800-1850. Height: 101 inches (256.6 cm) Width: 70 inches (178 cm) Depth: 9 inches (22.9 cm) Ref.: A1755 - Lot 11001 - SOLD
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