Чекунов Богдан Витальевич

Чекунов Богдан Витальевич

Чекунов Богдан Витальевич
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Black Queen Process by TKMillerSculpt on deviantART

Black Queen Process by TKMillerSculpt on deviantART

Töpfern Mehr

Töpfern Mehr

Fotos que realmente no le hace justicia, Gian Lorenzo Bernini sólo el siglo 23 fue cuando él terminó su escultura de mármol que representa a La violación de Proserpina ...sin palabras

Fotos que realmente no le hace justicia, Gian Lorenzo Bernini sólo el siglo 23 fue cuando él terminó su escultura de mármol que representa a La violación de Proserpina ...sin palabras

A netsuke formed from a nautilus shellLate 19th century

A netsuke formed from a nautilus shellLate 19th century

18th century carriage from the National Carriage Museum, Lisbon, Portugal

18th century carriage from the National Carriage Museum, Lisbon, Portugal

European Royal Carriage

European Royal Carriage

Vis-à-vis carriage for two, Circa 1762, Paris, Wood, iron, steel, bronze, leather, glass, silk, mother of pearl; forging, casting, chasing, woodcarving, gilding, inlay work, quilting, painting, weaving, embroidery. In the 18th century the expression vis-à-vis was used to describe a carriage with a body for two passengers who sat face to face. The Hermitage carriage is of exceptional artistic and historical value. Presented to Empress Catherine II in 1762.

Vis-à-vis carriage for two, Circa 1762, Paris, Wood, iron, steel, bronze, leather, glass, silk, mother of pearl; forging, casting, chasing, woodcarving, gilding, inlay work, quilting, painting, weaving, embroidery. In the 18th century the expression vis-à-vis was used to describe a carriage with a body for two passengers who sat face to face. The Hermitage carriage is of exceptional artistic and historical value. Presented to Empress Catherine II in 1762.

coronation, 1953.

coronation, 1953.

Coronation coach of King Ludwig II of Bavaria (1864)

Coronation coach of King Ludwig II of Bavaria (1864)

Sure, they did their fair share of burning and looting. But who knew pirates were ahead of our Founding Fathers when it came to good governance?

Sure, they did their fair share of burning and looting. But who knew pirates were ahead of our Founding Fathers when it came to good governance?