Works of art and Architecture I would like to see in person

First, by Marco Belem is a great piece of art created in Foz and main idea to give color and life to others, and it was done in a city which is cool unique animal, and tr ibna is to give honor to queens with a room full of men showing the showcase of beautiful women known as queens given honor, 3rd artist give his own culture and character of character of the early 20th century wanted to share his view of royal ,also Between 1465 and 1470 he created several Madonnas which show the influences of his master. Afterwards he opened his own workshop. Along with several other artists he was called to Rome by Pope Sixtus IV to decorate the newly built Sistine Chapel with murals. greek myth which i enjoyed all of these unique pieces. 

The year 2013 was one of the busiest and most productive years of WOOL with the expansion to new geographies, seeking to answer the growing and challenging requests made by companies, cultural associations, municipal or private entities.
The painting hung briefly at Kew Palace and is recorded, with 'The Academicians' at the Upper Library at Buckingham House in 1819. A 'tribune' (tribuna in Italian) is the semicircular (or semi-polygonal) domed end of a basilican
he portrayed his own culture and propounded his own cultural perceptions. His works, which often reflect the Ottoman tradition and culture, manifest a meticulous and realistic approach to all the elements featured in a scene, ranging from daily life to architecture and from objects to ornamentation. Osman Hamdi is an artist who not only incorporates the use of figures, but also introduces an
The décor was further enriched in the 1580s with a "Gallery of Emperors," life-sized busts of the first 12 Roman emperors. The Hirsvogelsaal fell victim to the bombing of 1945. But though the exterior architecture was irretrievably lost, the interior fittings had previously been taken to a safe refuge.
He mainly executed altar-pieces and religious paintings as well as some which dealt with Greek mythology and allegory. For example, he also created drawings for Dante's Divine Comedy. His best known masterpieces are considered to be 'Primavera' (ca. 1482) and 'The Birth of Venus' (ca. 1485). When Fra Savonarola established his theocracy in Florence after the expulsion of the Medici in 1494, Botticelli dedicated himself to religious topics.
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