• Artisan organic Sour Dough  bread loaf
  • Artisan organic Yorkshire cobble bread loaf
  • Artisan organic wholemeal  bread loaf
  • Artisan organic wholemeal  bread loaf
  • Artisan organic wholemeal  bread loaf
  • Artisan organic Deli Rye loaf
  • Artisan organic Sour Dough  bread loaf
  • Artisan organic Sour Dough  bread loaf
  • Artisan organic Sour Dough  bread loaf
  • Artisan organic Pumpkin seed  bread loaf
  • Artisan organic Pumpkin seed  bread loaf
  • Artisan organic English Rye loaf
  • Artisan organic English Rye loaf
  • Artisan organic Deli Rye loaf
  • Artisan organic Deli Rye loaf
  • Artisan organic Deli Rye loaf
  • Artisan organic Deli Rye loaf
  • Artisan organic English Rye loaf
  • Artisan organic Pain Au Levain  loaf
  • Artisan organic Pain Au Levain  loaf
  • Artisan organic Wholemeal bread loaf
  • Artisan organic Deli Rye loaf
  • Artisan organic wholemeal  bread loaf
  • Artisan organic wholemeal bread loaf
  • Artisan organic Deli Rye loaf
  • Artisan organic Pain Au Levain  French Bread
  • Artisan organic Deli Rye loaf
  • Artisan organic Yorkshire cobble bread loaf
  • Artisan organic Deli Rye loaf
  • Artisan organic wholemeal bread loaf
  • Art photo of Artisan bread by photographer Paul E Williams. Available to buy online as wall art prints.
  • Art photo of Artisan bread by photographer Paul E Williams. Available to buy online as wall art prints.
  • Hand made artisan sour dough wholemeal seed bread made with white, malted and rye flour
  • Artisan sour dough wholemeal seed bread with white, malted and rye flour
  • Artisan sour dough wholemeal seed bread with white, malted and rye flour
  • Artisan sour dough wholemeal seed bread with white, malted and rye flour
  • Artisan sour dough wholemeal seed bread with white, malted and rye flour
  • Artisan sour dough wholemeal seed bread with white, malted and rye flour
  • Artisan sour dough wholemeal seed bread with white, malted and rye flour
  • Artisan sour dough wholemeal seed bread with white, malted and rye flour
  • Artisan sour dough wholemeal seed bread with white, malted and rye flour
  • Art photo of traditional French Pain Au Levain by photographer Paul E Williams. Available to buy online as wall art prints.
  • British Food - Cumberland fish  potato pie
  • British Food - Cumberland sausages potato pie
  • Beef Casserole & Rosti
  • British Food -  Cottage Pie
  • Loaf of English Rye bread
  • loaves of Pain Au Levan French white bread
  • Deli Rye Bread loaves
  • Deli Rye Bread loaves
  • Berber design wooden door panel, Tamedaght, Morroco.
  • House decorated with traditional folk art. Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • House decorated with traditional folk art. Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • House decorated with traditional folk art. Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • The Roman Columns of The Building of Eumachia, Pompeii. The inscription on lintel above the columns is to Concordia Augusta, wife of Emperor Augustus, from the priestess Eumachia the patron of the "fullones", an artisan association of dyers. The building was a prototype of medieval hostels were travelling merchant rented accommodation.
  • The Roman Columns of The Building of Eumachia, Pompeii. The inscription on lintel above the columns is to Concordia Augusta, wife of Emperor Augustus, from the priestess Eumachia the patron of the "fullones", an artisan association of dyers. The building was a prototype of medieval hostels were travelling merchant rented accommodation.
  • The Roman Columns of The Building of Eumachia, Pompeii. The inscription on lintel above the columns is to Concordia Augusta, wife of Emperor Augustus, from the priestess Eumachia the patron of the "fullones", an artisan association of dyers. The building was a prototype of medieval hostels were travelling merchant rented accommodation.
  • The Roman Columns of The Building of Eumachia, Pompeii. The inscription on lintel above the columns is to Concordia Augusta, wife of Emperor Augustus, from the priestess Eumachia the patron of the "fullones", an artisan association of dyers. The building was a prototype of medieval hostels were travelling merchant rented accommodation.
  • The Roman Columns of The Building of Eumachia, Pompeii. The inscription on lintel above the columns is to Concordia Augusta, wife of Emperor Augustus, from the priestess Eumachia the patron of the "fullones", an artisan association of dyers. The building was a prototype of medieval hostels were travelling merchant rented accommodation.
  • The Roman Columns of The Building of Eumachia, Pompeii. The inscription on lintel above the columns is to Concordia Augusta, wife of Emperor Augustus, from the priestess Eumachia the patron of the "fullones", an artisan association of dyers. The building was a prototype of medieval hostels were travelling merchant rented accommodation.
  • The Roman Columns of The Building of Eumachia, Pompeii. The inscription on lintel above the columns is to Concordia Augusta, wife of Emperor Augustus, from the priestess Eumachia the patron of the "fullones", an artisan association of dyers. The building was a prototype of medieval hostels were travelling merchant rented accommodation.
  • The Roman Columns of The Building of Eumachia, Pompeii. The inscription on lintel above the columns is to Concordia Augusta, wife of Emperor Augustus, from the priestess Eumachia the patron of the "fullones", an artisan association of dyers. The building was a prototype of medieval hostels were travelling merchant rented accommodation.
  • Roman fresco wall decorations of Bedroom D  of the Villa Farnesia, Rome. Museo Nazionale Romano ( National Roman Museum), Rome, Italy.<br />
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This bedroom has a decoration very similar to that of cubiculum B in its arrangement and the use of cinnabar red. At the rear of the alcove three women perform a sacrificial ceremony in a rustic shrine. The walls of the antechamber have scenes of lovers, and most of the other pictures have to do with female life. Here carefully rendered details (attendants, handmaidens, furniture, glass and silver vessels) provide invaluable information on domestic life. There are also Egyptianizing elements, lotus flowers, sphinxes, and exotic landscapes. On the second column of the right wall is the inscription, in Greek, Seleukos made this, presumably the name of a Greek who was one of the artisans. The vaulted ceiling, in pure white stucco, has reliefs of initiation rites into the mysteries, idyllic landscapes with sacred elements, and combats between fantastic animals. The decorative scheme of the two bedrooms owes its inspiration to the deities Aphrodite and Dionysos. A fragment of geometric mosaic in black and white can be attributed to bedroom D on the basis of a contemporary watercolor.
  • Roman fresco wall decorations of Bedroom D  of the Villa Farnesia, Rome. Museo Nazionale Romano ( National Roman Museum), Rome, Italy.<br />
<br />
This bedroom has a decoration very similar to that of cubiculum B in its arrangement and the use of cinnabar red. At the rear of the alcove three women perform a sacrificial ceremony in a rustic shrine. The walls of the antechamber have scenes of lovers, and most of the other pictures have to do with female life. Here carefully rendered details (attendants, handmaidens, furniture, glass and silver vessels) provide invaluable information on domestic life. There are also Egyptianizing elements, lotus flowers, sphinxes, and exotic landscapes. On the second column of the right wall is the inscription, in Greek, Seleukos made this, presumably the name of a Greek who was one of the artisans. The vaulted ceiling, in pure white stucco, has reliefs of initiation rites into the mysteries, idyllic landscapes with sacred elements, and combats between fantastic animals. The decorative scheme of the two bedrooms owes its inspiration to the deities Aphrodite and Dionysos. A fragment of geometric mosaic in black and white can be attributed to bedroom D on the basis of a contemporary watercolor.
  • Roman fresco wall decorations of Bedroom D  of the Villa Farnesia, Rome. Museo Nazionale Romano ( National Roman Museum), Rome, Italy.<br />
<br />
This bedroom has a decoration very similar to that of cubiculum B in its arrangement and the use of cinnabar red. At the rear of the alcove three women perform a sacrificial ceremony in a rustic shrine. The walls of the antechamber have scenes of lovers, and most of the other pictures have to do with female life. Here carefully rendered details (attendants, handmaidens, furniture, glass and silver vessels) provide invaluable information on domestic life. There are also Egyptianizing elements, lotus flowers, sphinxes, and exotic landscapes. On the second column of the right wall is the inscription, in Greek, Seleukos made this, presumably the name of a Greek who was one of the artisans. The vaulted ceiling, in pure white stucco, has reliefs of initiation rites into the mysteries, idyllic landscapes with sacred elements, and combats between fantastic animals. The decorative scheme of the two bedrooms owes its inspiration to the deities Aphrodite and Dionysos. A fragment of geometric mosaic in black and white can be attributed to bedroom D on the basis of a contemporary watercolor.

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