• Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • Renaissance ceiling paintings by Benevento Tisi also known as il Garofalo, of the Ferrara Renaissance school of art, depicting an upward perspective scene, The Treasure Hall, Palazzo Costabili, National Archaeological Museum, Ferrara, Italy
  • The early renaissance clock tower of Torre dell' Orologio, San Marco district, Venice, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Venetia, Italy, Europe
  • The early renaissance clock tower of Torre dell' Orologio, San Marco district, Venice, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Venetia, Italy, Europe
  • The early renaissance clock tower of Torre dell' Orologio, San Marco district, Venice, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Venetia, Italy, Europe
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Crucifiction fresco on the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo, part of its mural painting “the Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy.<br />
<br />
The mural continues for another 21 meters with a long procession with 40 figures. The Mural opens on its left with a skeleton on the throne, bearing a sceptre and the crown and playing a bagpipe. These skeletons are playing the music which is the backdrop to “Dance of Death” ( Danza macabra ) and suggests that they are playing with our fate on earth.<br />
<br />
 To the right of the skeletons playing music is a depiction of the crucification. Christ is depicted on the cross with an arrow in him that has been fired by a skeleton with a bow. This suggests that because Christ was a man he suffered the fate of death as we all will.
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” ( Danza macabra)  painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy.<br />
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Noble Women pierced with an arrow from the skeletons that are either side of him and represent dead.
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” ( Danza macabra)  painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” ( Danza macabra)  painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” ( Danza macabra)  painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Religious murals by Baschenis family ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious mural of Saint Antonio Abate an a throne above with the canonical symbols of a bell and piglet, above the main portal, Sined by Cristoforo I Baschenis, 1474, on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious mural of St Christopher with Christ on his shoulders by Dionislo Baschenis, dated 1493, on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals by Baschenis family ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals by Baschenis family ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious mural of St Christopher with Christ on his shoulders by Dionislo Baschenis, dated 1493, on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious mural of St Christopher with Christ on his shoulders by Dionislo Baschenis, dated 1493, on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy.<br />
<br />
The Mural depicts the living who have been pierced with arrows from skeletons waiting to see if they will go to heaven or to Purgatory of Hell
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy<br />
<br />
The Mural depicts the living who have been pierced with arrows from skeletons waiting to see if they will go to heaven or to Purgatory of Hell
  • Exterior of the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Exterior of the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Exterior of the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy.<br />
<br />
The Mural opens on its left with a skeleton on the throne, bearing a sceptre and the crown and playing a bagpipe. These skeletons are playing the music which is the backdrop to “Dance of Death” ( Danza macabra ) and suggests that they are playing with our fate on earth. <br />
<br />
The mural continues for another 21 meters with a long procession with 40 figures. To the right of the skeletons playing music is a depiction of the crucification. Christ is depicted on the cross with an arrow in him that has been fired by a skeleton with a bow. This suggests that because Christ was a man he suffered the fate of death as we all will. After Christ is a Pope also pierced by a spear, as are all the human figures in the mural. Next to the pope is a cardinal, a cleric and a monk all of whom have succumbed to the arrows of the skeletons. This tableau is a reminder to the hierarchy of the church that even they are not immune from death. The procession continues with a depiction of a king then nobility followed by knights and soldiers and a beggar man with no legs. Between each figure are skeletons holding bows and arrows, banners with writings on them or a shovel to dig a grave. After the beggar mad there are figures of women ending with a small skeleton and a cherub. To the far right a skeleton on a horse is riding into the procession holding a bow and arrow ready to far. To procession ends with the Angel Gabriel and the devil discussing the fates of the those in the procession as to whether they go to Heaven or to Purgatory and Hell.
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Fresco of Jesus Christ and the Cross on the church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Fresco of Jesus Christ and the Cross on the church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Fresco of San Vigilio on the church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Fresco of San Vigilio on the church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Fresco of San Vigilio on the church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy.<br />
<br />
Nobility, Knights and a beggar pierced with an arrow from the skeletons that are either side of him and represent dead.
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Crucifiction fresco on the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo, part of its mural painting “the Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy.<br />
<br />
The mural continues for another 21 meters with a long procession with 40 figures.<br />
<br />
 To the right of the skeletons playing music is a depiction of the crucification. Christ is depicted on the cross with an arrow in him that has been fired by a skeleton with a bow. This suggests that because Christ was a man he suffered the fate of death as we all will.<br />
After Christ is a Pope also pierced by a spear, as are all the human figures in the mural.
  • Crucifiction fresco on the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo, part of its mural painting “the Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy.<br />
<br />
The mural continues for another 21 meters with a long procession with 40 figures. The Mural opens on its left with a skeleton on the throne, bearing a sceptre and the crown and playing a bagpipe. These skeletons are playing the music which is the backdrop to “Dance of Death” ( Danza macabra ) and suggests that they are playing with our fate on earth.<br />
<br />
 To the right of the skeletons playing music is a depiction of the crucification. Christ is depicted on the cross with an arrow in him that has been fired by a skeleton with a bow. This suggests that because Christ was a man he suffered the fate of death as we all will.
  • Crucifiction fresco on the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo, part of its mural painting “the Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy.<br />
<br />
The mural continues for another 21 meters with a long procession with 40 figures.<br />
<br />
 To the right of the skeletons playing music is a depiction of the crucification. Christ is depicted on the cross with an arrow in him that has been fired by a skeleton with a bow. This suggests that because Christ was a man he suffered the fate of death as we all will.<br />
After Christ is a Pope also pierced by a spear, as are all the human figures in the mural.
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” ( Danza macabra)  painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals of Madonna with Child attributed to Antonio Baschenis (C. 1474 -1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Crucifiction painted by the  Baschenis family ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious mural of Saint Antonio Abate an a throne above with the canonical symbols of a bell and piglet, above the main portal, Sined by Cristoforo I Baschenis, 1474, on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious mural of St Christopher with Christ on his shoulders by Dionislo Baschenis, dated 1493, on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals by Baschenis family ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals by Baschenis family ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals by Baschenis family ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals by Baschenis family ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals by Baschenis family ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals by Baschenis family ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals by Baschenis family ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals by Baschenis family ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals by Baschenis family ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals by Baschenis family ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals by Baschenis family ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Religious murals depicting the Life of St Antonio Abate by Dionisio Baschenis ( circa 1493) on the exterior of the Gothic Church of San Antonio Abate,  Pelugo, Province of Trento, Italy
  • Crucifiction fresco on the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo, part of its mural painting “the Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy.<br />
<br />
The mural continues for another 21 meters with a long procession with 40 figures. To the right of the skeletons playing music is a depiction of the crucification. Christ is depicted on the cross with an arrow in him that has been fired by a skeleton with a bow. This suggests that because Christ was a man he suffered the fate of death as we all will.
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy.<br />
<br />
Next to the pope is a cardinal, a cleric and a monk all of whom have succumbed to the arrows of the skeletons. This tableau is a reminder to the hierarchy of the church that even they are not immune from death.
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Crucifiction fresco on the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo, part of its mural painting “the Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy.<br />
<br />
The procession continues with a depiction of a king then nobility followed by knights and soldiers and a beggar man with no legs. Between each figure are skeletons holding bows and arrows, banners with writings on them or a shovel to dig a grave.
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy.<br />
<br />
The mural continues for another 21 meters with a long procession with 40 figures. The Mural opens on its left with a skeleton on the throne, bearing a sceptre and the crown and playing a bagpipe. These skeletons are playing the music which is the backdrop to “Dance of Death” ( Danza macabra ) and suggests that they are playing with our fate on earth.<br />
<br />
 To the right of the skeletons playing music is a depiction of the crucification. Christ is depicted on the cross with an arrow in him that has been fired by a skeleton with a bow. This suggests that because Christ was a man he suffered the fate of death as we all will.
  • Exterior of the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Exterior of the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Exterior of the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Exterior of the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Exterior of the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Exterior of the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Exterior of the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy.<br />
<br />
Nobility, Knights and a beggar pierced with an arrow from the skeletons that are either side of him and represent dead.
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy,<br />
<br />
An archbishop pierced with an arrow from the skeletons that are either side of him and represent dead.
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Crucifiction fresco on the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo, part of its mural painting “the Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy.<br />
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The mural continues for another 21 meters with a long procession with 40 figures. The Mural opens on its left with a skeleton on the throne, bearing a sceptre and the crown and playing a bagpipe. These skeletons are playing the music which is the backdrop to “Dance of Death” ( Danza macabra ) and suggests that they are playing with our fate on earth.
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Crucifiction fresco on the Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo, part of its mural painting “the Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy.<br />
<br />
The mural continues for another 21 meters with a long procession with 40 figures.<br />
<br />
The Mural opens on its left with a skeleton on the throne, bearing a sceptre and the crown and playing a bagpipe. These skeletons are playing the music which is the backdrop to “Dance of Death” ( Danza macabra ) and suggests that they are playing with our fate on earth.<br />
<br />
 To the right of the skeletons playing music is a depiction of the crucification. Christ is depicted on the cross with an arrow in him that has been fired by a skeleton with a bow. This suggests that because Christ was a man he suffered the fate of death as we all will.<br />
After Christ is a Pope also pierced by a spear, as are all the human figures in the mural.
  • Fresco of Jesus Christ and the Cross on the church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy
  • Fountain & Statue of Neptune - Plazza Della Signora - Florence Italy.
  • Statue- Rape Of The Sabines by Giambologna - The Loggia - Florence - Italy
  • 1596 oil painting of the Visitation (Vistitazione) by Jacopo Ligozzi , Cattedrale di San Martino,  Duomo of Lucca, Tunscany, Italy,
  • Gothic Altarpiece of Madonna and Child enthroned with angels byPero di Giovanni known as "Lorenzo Monaco" of Sienna and Florence, circa 1415-1420, tempera and gold leaf on wood. National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain, inv no: MNAC 212808.<br />
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The Virgin Mary is seated with the child standing on her lap, in an attitude of blessing, accompanied by angels with incentives. The composition is very simple and fuses Sienese and Florentine pictorial traditions in the style of Lorenzo Monaco, monk of the convent of Santa Maria degli Angeli in Florence and the last representative of the style of Giotto before the Renaissance revival of Fra Angelico.
  • Sculture of an elephant with a castle on its back a popular Renaissance icon of power recalling Hanibals victories, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Sculture of an elephant with a castle on its back a popular Renaissance icon of power recalling Hanibals victories, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Sculture of an elephant with a castle on its back a popular Renaissance icon of power recalling Hanibals victories, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Whale statue , commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • statue of a tortoise, a symbol of the feminine power of the waters and their godess Aphrodite or Venus, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Plutone or Neptune statue with a small dolphin in his hand , commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • sculpture of Orcus (l'orco) king of the underworld, with an incription"abondon all reason ye who enter here", a refernece from Dantes Inferno, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of the head of Proteus, son of Neptune, the globe and castle on its head symolises the castle of Orsini and its rule over the world, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of Cabero the trhree haeded guardian of the underworld, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Wrestling Giants Staue, reprenting the battle of Hercules, good, and Caucus, evil, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Venus staue, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Furia Alta, Winged Fury, a greek and Etruscan deity that was important to the Romans as a guardian of national glory and fertility of the soil, hence the basket on her head, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of Ceres, Roman "nurse" godess, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of the head of Proteus, son of Neptune, the globe and castle on its head symolises the castle of Orsini and its rule over the world, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Temple built to the memory of Giulia Farnese by her husband Pier Francesco Orsini, Duke of Babarzo c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist style Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Temple built to the memory of Giulia Farnese by her husband Pier Francesco Orsini, Duke of Babarzo c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist style Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Plutone or Neptune statue with a small dolphin in his hand , commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of the head of Proteus, son of Neptune, the globe and castle on its head symolises the castle of Orsini and its rule over the world, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • La Nuda Abbandonate, the abandoned nude sleeping nymph statue, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • sculpture of Orcus (l'orco) king of the underworld, with an incription"abondon all reason ye who enter here", a refernece from Dantes Inferno, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of a dragon, representing wisdom,  fighting a dog and wolf, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Casa Pendente, a leaning house  commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, in The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of the head of Proteus, son of Neptune, the globe and castle on its head symolises the castle of Orsini and its rule over the world, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Casa Pendente, a leaning house  commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, in The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Whale statue , commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • statue of a tortoise, a symbol of the feminine power of the waters and their godess Aphrodite or Venus, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • sculpture of Orcus (l'orco) king of the underworld, with an incription"abondon all reason ye who enter here", a refernece from Dantes Inferno, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of a dragon, representing wisdom,  fighting a dog and wolf, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of a dragon, representing wisdom,  fighting a dog and wolf, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of the head of Proteus, son of Neptune, the globe and castle on its head symolises the castle of Orsini and its rule over the world, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Wrestling Giants Staue, reprenting the battle of Hercules, good, and Caucus, evil, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Casa Pendente, a leaning house  commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, in The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • statue of Echidina, mother of the many enemies of Hercules, vainly in love with Glauco, the sea God, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Plutone or Neptune statue with a small dolphin in his hand , commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Plutone or Neptune statue with a small dolphin in his hand , commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Sculpture commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of Cabero the trhree haeded guardian of the underworld, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • , commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Plutone or Neptune statue with a small dolphin in his hand , commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Wrestling Giants Staue, reprenting the battle of Hercules, good, and Caucus, evil, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Casa Pendente, a leaning house  commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, in The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Casa Pendente, a leaning house  commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, in The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Casa Pendente, a leaning house  commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, in The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • The Etruscan bench with the inscription "you who have travelled the world wishing to see great stupendous marvels, come here, where there are horrendous faces, elephants, lions, bears, orcs and dragons", commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • The Etruscan bench with the inscription "you who have travelled the world wishing to see great stupendous marvels, come here, where there are horrendous faces, elephants, lions, bears, orcs and dragons", commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • , commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • The Theatre, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • La Nuda Abbandonate, the abandoned nude sleeping nymph statue, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Furia Alta, Winged Fury, a greek and Etruscan deity that was important to the Romans as a guardian of national glory and fertility of the soil, hence the basket on her head, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • statue of Echidina, mother of the many enemies of Hercules, vainly in love with Glauco, the sea God, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • statue of Echidina, mother of the many enemies of Hercules, vainly in love with Glauco, the sea God, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • sculpture of Orcus (l'orco) king of the underworld, with an incription"abondon all reason ye who enter here", a refernece from Dantes Inferno, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of a dragon, representing wisdom,  fighting a dog and wolf, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of a dragon, representing wisdom,  fighting a dog and wolf, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of a dragon, representing wisdom,  fighting a dog and wolf, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Casa Pendente, a leaning house  commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, in The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Casa Pendente, a leaning house  commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, in The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of the head of Proteus, son of Neptune, the globe and castle on its head symolises the castle of Orsini and its rule over the world, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of the head of Proteus, son of Neptune, the globe and castle on its head symolises the castle of Orsini and its rule over the world, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Temple built to the memory of Giulia Farnese by her husband Pier Francesco Orsini, Duke of Babarzo c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist style Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Wrestling Giants Staue, reprenting the battle of Hercules, good, and Caucus, evil, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Pegasus fountain, a tribute to the Farnese family, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Sphinx, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Sphinx, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Pegasus fountain, a tribute to the Farnese family, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of Ceres, Roman "nurse" godess, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • statue of Echidina, mother of the many enemies of Hercules, vainly in love with Glauco, the sea God, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • statue of Echidina, mother of the many enemies of Hercules, vainly in love with Glauco, the sea God, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • sculpture of Orcus (l'orco) king of the underworld, with an incription"abondon all reason ye who enter here", a refernece from Dantes Inferno, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of the head of Proteus, son of Neptune, the globe and castle on its head symolises the castle of Orsini and its rule over the world, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Room of The Nobility (Stanza della Nobilta). The Renaissance paintings by Federico Zuccari can be dated to 1566-67. Decorated with Trompe-l'?il Ionian Pillars & busts the figures in the panels depict "Virtue" and "Thee Liberal Arts". Villa d'Este, Tivoli, Italy. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • La Nuda Abbandonate, the abandoned nude sleeping nymph statue, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Wrestling Giants Staue, reprenting the battle of Hercules, good, and Caucus, evil, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • La Nuda Abbandonate, the abandoned nude sleeping nymph statue, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • sculpture of Orcus (l'orco) king of the underworld, with an incription"abondon all reason ye who enter here", a refernece from Dantes Inferno, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of the head of Proteus, son of Neptune, the globe and castle on its head symolises the castle of Orsini and its rule over the world, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Temple built to the memory of Giulia Farnese by her husband Pier Francesco Orsini, Duke of Babarzo c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist style Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of a dragon, representing wisdom,  fighting a dog and wolf, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Temple built to the memory of Giulia Farnese by her husband Pier Francesco Orsini, Duke of Babarzo c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist style Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Casa Pendente, a leaning house  commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, in The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • statue of Echidina, mother of the many enemies of Hercules, vainly in love with Glauco, the sea God, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Temple built to the memory of Giulia Farnese by her husband Pier Francesco Orsini, Duke of Babarzo c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist style Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • sculpture of Orcus (l'orco) king of the underworld, with an incription"abondon all reason ye who enter here", a refernece from Dantes Inferno, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Wrestling Giants Staue, reprenting the battle of Hercules, good, and Caucus, evil, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Casa Pendente, a leaning house  commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, in The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Casa Pendente, a leaning house  commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, in The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Casa Pendente, a leaning house  commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, in The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Casa Pendente, a leaning house  commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, in The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Whale statue , commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • statue of a tortoise, a symbol of the feminine power of the waters and their godess Aphrodite or Venus, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • sculpture of Orcus (l'orco) king of the underworld, with an incription"abondon all reason ye who enter here", a refernece from Dantes Inferno, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of Ceres, Roman "nurse" godess, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of a dragon, representing wisdom,  fighting a dog and wolf, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Casa Pendente, a leaning house  commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, in The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Casa Pendente, a leaning house  commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, in The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of the head of Proteus, son of Neptune, the globe and castle on its head symolises the castle of Orsini and its rule over the world, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of the head of Proteus, son of Neptune, the globe and castle on its head symolises the castle of Orsini and its rule over the world, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Statue of the head of Proteus, son of Neptune, the globe and castle on its head symolises the castle of Orsini and its rule over the world, commissioned by Piaer Francesco Orsini c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist statues of the Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Temple built to the memory of Giulia Farnese by her husband Pier Francesco Orsini, Duke of Babarzo c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist style Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Temple built to the memory of Giulia Farnese by her husband Pier Francesco Orsini, Duke of Babarzo c. 1513-84, The Renaissance Mannerist style Park of Monsters or The Sacred Wood of Bamarzo, Italy
  • Room of The Nobility (Stanza della Nobilta). The Renaissance paintings by Federico Zuccari can be dated to 1566-67. Decorated with Trompe-l'?il Ionian Pillars & busts the figures in the panels depict "Virtue" and "Thee Liberal Arts". Villa d'Este, Tivoli, Italy. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Room of The Nobility (Stanza della Nobilta). The Renaissance paintings by Federico Zuccari can be dated to 1566-67. Decorated with Trompe-l'?il Ionian Pillars & busts the figures in the panels depict "Virtue" and "Thee Liberal Arts". Villa d'Este, Tivoli, Italy. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Room of The Nobility (Stanza della Nobilta). The Renaissance paintings by Federico Zuccari can be dated to 1566-67. Decorated with Trompe-l'?il Ionian Pillars & busts the figures in the panels depict "Virtue" and "Thee Liberal Arts". Villa d'Este, Tivoli, Italy. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Room of The Nobility (Stanza della Nobilta). The Renaissance paintings by Federico Zuccari can be dated to 1566-67. Decorated with Trompe-l'?il Ionian Pillars & busts the figures in the panels depict "Virtue" and "Thee Liberal Arts". Villa d'Este, Tivoli, Italy. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Room of The Nobility (Stanza della Nobilta). The Renaissance paintings by Federico Zuccari can be dated to 1566-67. Decorated with Trompe-l'?il Ionian Pillars & busts the figures in the panels depict "Virtue" and "Thee Liberal Arts". Villa d'Este, Tivoli, Italy. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Early Renaissance frescoes by Vitale da Bologna (1309 — 1369) of Christ Pantocrator (in majesty), pinted in the Byzantine style of Christ appearing in a madorla or eye. Church of Santa Maria, Benedictine Abbey of Pomposa, Emilia-Romagna, Italy.
  • Early Renaissance frescoes by Vitale da Bologna (1309 — 1369) of Christ Pantocrator (in majesty), pinted in the Byzantine style of Christ appearing in a madorla or eye. Church of Santa Maria, Benedictine Abbey of Pomposa, Emilia-Romagna, Italy.
  • Early Renaissance frescoes by Vitale da Bologna (1309 — 1369) of Christ Pantocrator (in majesty), pinted in the Byzantine style of Christ appearing in a madorla or eye. Church of Santa Maria, Benedictine Abbey of Pomposa, Emilia-Romagna, Italy.
  • Early Renaissance frescoes by Vitale da Bologna (1309 — 1369) of Christ Pantocrator (in majesty), pinted in the Byzantine style of Christ appearing in a madorla or eye. Church of Santa Maria, Benedictine Abbey of Pomposa, Emilia-Romagna, Italy.
  • Early Renaissance frescoes by Vitale da Bologna (1309 — 1369) of Christ Pantocrator (in majesty), pinted in the Byzantine style of Christ appearing in a madorla or eye. Church of Santa Maria, Benedictine Abbey of Pomposa, Emilia-Romagna, Italy.

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FunkyStock Picture Library free resource for professional editorial picture editors, picture researchers, historical scholars and students and enthusiasts who want to browse some of the best pictures and images of historic countries, historical places, archaeological sites and the very best museum antiquities and artefacts exhibits in Europe and the Middle East.

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COUNTRIES

Browse travel pictures and images of historic places and archaeological sites of countries in Europe and the Middle East.

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HISTORICAL

Explore the past through pictures and images of its historic places. See the great palaces, castles and cities of antiquity as well as the great archaeological sites where our ancestors made history.

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MUSEUMS

Browse pictures & images the treasured artefacts and antiquities exhibits from the great Museum of Europe and the Middle East. See the art and objects made by our ancestors.

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