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Samaria Gorge

The Samaria gorge is a national Park of Greece since 1962 on the island of Crete – a major tourist attraction of the island – and a biosphere world reserve. The gorge is in southwest Crete in the regional unit of Chania. It was created by a small ...

                                               

Ha Gorge

Ha gorge is a narrow gorge, in the Monasteraki Dakos, on the Eastern part of the island of Crete in Greece. It is located on the Western slope of mount Thripti, and exits East of Vasiliki village in the plain of Ierapetra. It offers magnificent v ...

                                               

Battle of the Caudine Forks

The battle of Caudine forks, 321 BC, was a decisive event of the Second world war Samnite. His appointment as the battle is merely a historical formalities: there are no fighting and no casualties. The Romans are trapped in an enclosed valley of ...

                                               

Battle of Roncevaux Pass

The battle of Roncevaux pass in 778 he saw a large force of Basques ambush part of Charlemagnes army in Roncevaux pass, a high mountain pass in the Pyrenees on the border between France and Spain, after the invasion of the Iberian Peninsula. Basq ...

                                               

Battle of "The Saw"

Battle of "the saw" was a major event, mostly a protracted siege, not a battle in the war of mercenaries between Carthage and its former mercenary army in the First Punic war. It takes its name from its location: a box-like Canyon, known as "the ...

                                               

Battle of Khwar Pass

Battle Khwar pass was not an ambush created by Ashraf Hotaki during the retreat after the defeat in Mihmandoost. Gathering what strength lay in his way, Ashraf pulled together another formidable fighting force still heavily blood-stained power, e ...

                                               

Mountain Creek

Mountain Creek is a ski resort in Vernon township in the County of Sussex, new Jersey, United States of America, located on route 94, 47 miles from the George Washington bridge. Mountain Creek offers 167 skiable area of 68 hectares on four mounta ...

                                               

Boom Gorge

Boom gorge is an antecedent gorge in Chuy oblast and Issyk-Kul region of Kyrgyzstan. Sections of the gorge in a General direction North-South between one of the Thian chance systems of the ridge. The range East of the gorge known as the kyungey A ...

                                               

Borjomi Gorge

Borjomi gorge-a picturesque gorge of the Kura river in Central Georgia. The gorge was formed as a result chickens cutting its way through the mountains of the lesser Caucasus, where the Trialeti and Meskheti ranges to meet. A significant portion ...

                                               

Georgian Gorge

Georgian gorge is a village at an altitude of 60 meters from the sea level in olginskiy riverside in the Gagra district of Abkhazia, Georgia. The distance to the center is 7 km away.

                                               

Darial Gorge

Dariali gorge-river gorge on the border between Russia and Georgia. It is located on the Eastern slope of mount Kazbek, just South of the current Vladikavkaz. The gorge was carved on the banks of the Terek river, and is approximately 13 kilometer ...

                                               

Kodori Valley

In the Kodori valley, also known as the Kodori valley is a river valley in Abkhazia, Georgias breakaway Autonomous Republic. In the upper part of the valley, populated by Svans, was the only corner of the post-1993 Abkhazia is under the direct co ...

                                               

Pankisi Gorge crisis

The Pankisi gorge crisis was a political crisis with military dimension in Georgia in the early 2000-ies. Georgia was pressured by Russia and the United States to combat threats "al-kaidy" in Pankisi gorge.

                                               

Panjshir Valley

The Panjshir valley is a valley in North-Central Afghanistan, 150 km North of Kabul, near the Hindu Kush mountain range. It is divided by the river Panjshir. The valley is home to more than 1.000 people, including Afghanistans largest concentrati ...

                                               

Pankisi

The Pankisi gorge or the Pankisi gorge-a Valley region in Georgia, in the upper reaches of the Alazani river in the South of the historical region of Georgia Tusheti Borbalo between T and ruined 17th-century fortress of Bakhtrioni. Administrative ...

                                               

Roncevaux Pass

Roncesvalles pass Ronceval or Roncevaux pass, a high mountain pass in the Pyrenees near the border between France and Spain. The pass itself is entirely in Spain.

                                               

Rugova Canyon

Rugova Canyon or Rugova gorge-a river canyon near the city of PEC in Western Kosovo, in the Prokletije mountains, close to the border with Montenegro. Length of 25 km and a depth up to 1.000 meters, Rugova is considered one of the longest and dee ...

                                               

Battle of Kresna Gorge

Battle of Kresna gorge was fought in 1913 between the Greeks and the Bulgarians during the Second Balkan war. It marked the last phase of the Greek advance into Bulgarian territory before the ceasefire and after the peace Treaty.

                                               

Fight at Monterey Pass

The battle of Monterey pass was the American military-civil war engagement beginning the evening of July 4, 1863, during the retreat from Gettysburg. The wagon train of Confederate Lieutenant General Richard S. Ewells second corps, army of Northe ...

                                               

Battle of Crampton's Gap

The battle of Cramptons gap, or the Battle of Burkittsville, was a battle between Confederate forces under Brigadier General Howell Cobb and Union major General William B. Franklin as part of the battle of South mountain September 14, 1862, at Cr ...

                                               

Agia Eirini Gorge

Agia eirini gorge, sometimes called the Agia Irini gorge is in southwest Crete, Greece, in Lefka ori. The gorge begins at the village of Agia Irini and ends near the village of Sougia, on the South coast. It is 7.5 kilometers long and 45-500 metr ...

                                               

Mesona Gorge

The gorge of mesona located in Ierapetra, East of the village of Kavousi, shortly after the Church of Agia Kiriaki. This is a relatively small canyon, and up to 4 km, linking the plateau of Thripti region Kavousi. The canyon is narrow enough none ...

                                               

Milona Gorge

In Milona gorge is a gorge located near the village of Agios Ioannis, in the municipality of Ierapetra on the island of Crete. There is a 10 to 15 minute drive from the town of Ierapetra in the gorge. It has a large waterfall at the end. A walkin ...

                                               

Tiger Leaping Gorge

Tiger Leaping gorge is a scenic canyon on the Jinsha river, the main tributary of the upper reaches of the Yangtze river. It is located 60 kilometers North of Lijiang city, Yunnan province in southwest China. This is part of three parallel rivers ...

                                               

Sandan-kyō

Sandan-star is a 16-kilometer-long ravine in Nishi-Chugoku Sanchi quasi-national Park in Akiota, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. Through it flows the Shibaki river, a tributary of the river OTA. Sandan-star is known for its autumn foliage.

                                               

Sarakina Gorge

In the gorge of Sarakina canyon in the South-Eastern part of Crete, Greece. It is located about 15 km West of Ierapetra and a few kilometres of the village of Myrtos, near the small village of mythi.

                                               

Taishaku Valley

Taishaku valley is a 18-kilometer gorge along the Taishaku river, one of the tributaries of the Takahashi river in Sabara and Jinsekikōgen, Hiroshima, Japan. The valley is part of the Hiba-Dogo-Taishaku quasi-national Park. He is famous for autum ...

                                               

Orino Gorge

In Orino gorge or canyon red butterfly canyon in the South-East of Crete. It is located near the village of the Lassithi Mountains and 5 km in length. He is considered one of the most beautiful gorges.

                                               

Painting

Painting is the practice of applying paint, pigment, color or other medium to a solid surface. The tool is commonly applied to the base with a brush but other implements, such as knives, sponges, and airbrushes, can be used. The latter work is al ...

                                               

Pollice Verso (Gerome)

Pollice verso is a painting 1872 year, the French artist Jean-Leon Gerome, featuring the eponymous Roman gesture directed to the winning Gladiator. Thumb down gesture in painting is given to the spectators in the Coliseum, including a vestal, bef ...

                                               

L'Absinthe

LAbsinthe painting by Edgar Degas, painted between 1875 and 1876. Its original name-Dans-UN café, the name is often used today. There were other early names, a sketch of a French cafe and café. Then, when at the exhibition in London in 1893, the ...

                                               

Quince and Teapot (painting)

Quince and teapot decorative still life by Russian artist Teterin Victor Kuzmich, which shows the fruits of quince and teapot on a silver tray.

                                               

The Icebergs

Icebergs is an 1861 oil painting by American landscape painter Frederic Edwin Church. He was inspired by his 1859 voyage to the North Atlantic around Newfoundland and Labrador. Is one of temples of "great shots" measuring 1.64 2.85 meters - the p ...

                                               

The Accolade (Leighton)

Award-painting by British artist Edmund Leighton. This is one of many paintings produced by Leighton in 1900-ies on the topic of chivalry, with others, including with God and devotion. He was described as Leightons among his most famous works and ...

                                               

Alice (painting)

Norgaard Larsen, Peter. SMK highlights: Statens Museum for Kunst. - Kbh.: Statens Museum for Kunst, 2005. - ISBN 87-90096-43-6. Wayne, Kenneth. Modigliani and the artists of Montparnasse. - New York: Abrams, 2002. - С. 109.

                                               

Bashkirs (painting)

Bashkirs-a picture of William Allan, painted, signed and dated in 1814. Original title of the film: "Bashkirs, a guard was sentenced to Siberia".

                                               

Dull Gret

Work dulle Griet, also known as Mad Meg, is a figure of Flemish folklore who is the subject of 1563 oil on panel Flemish Renaissance artist Pieter Bruegel the Elder. The painting shows a battle-axe, work, dulle Griet, who is leading an army of wo ...

                                               

The Librarian (painting)

The librarian is an oil on canvas painting by Giuseppe Arcimboldo in the collection of Skokloster castle in Sweden. It is believed that the portrait of Wolfgang Lazius, a humanist and historian who served as the Holy Roman Empire of the Habsburg ...

                                               

The Fight Between Carnival and Lent

The fight between carnival and lent is an oil on panel work painted by Pieter Bruegel the elder in 1559. This painting depicts a common festival of the period, as celebrated in the Southern Netherlands. It is the contrast between the two sides of ...

                                               

The Sick Child

The Sick Child is the title given to a group of six paintings and a number of lithographs, drypoints and etchings completed by the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch between 1885 and 1926. All record a moment before the death of his older sister Johan ...

                                               

The Tower of Babel (Bruegel)

The tower of Babel was the subject of three paintings by Pieter Bruegel the Elder. First, a miniature painted on ivory, was painted while Bruegel was in Rome and now lost. Two surviving paintings are often distinguished by the prefix "great" and ...

                                               

Balaam and the Ass

Balaam and the donkey-1626 painting by Dutch artist Rembrandt, from his time in Leiden and now in the Museum cognac-Jay in Paris. It depicts the biblical story about a talking ass debating with the prophet Balaam.

                                               

Love and Pain (painting)

Love and pain is an Edvard Munch called vampire, though not to chew. Munch painted six different versions of the subject in the period 1893-1895, three versions are in the Munch Museum in Oslo, one in the Gothenburg Museum of Art, one belongs to ...

                                               

The Watzmann

In Watzmann is 1824-1825 oil on canvas painting by Caspar David Friedrich, showing the Watzmann mountain, as seen from Berchtesgaden to the North-East. It is now on display in the Alte Nationalgalerie in Berlin. It was purchased in 1832 by Senato ...

                                               

The Beloved (Rossetti painting)

This picture illustrates the Song of Solomon. Two excerpts from the Song of Solomon is written on the photos gilded frame: My beloved is mine and I am his 2:16 and Let him kiss me with the kisses of His mouth: for thy love is better than wine, 1: ...

                                               

Horsewoman (painting)

Rider-a picture of Russian painter Rudolf Frentz. The picture represents the equestrian portrait of the artists wife Catherine Anisimovna Stulovskaya.

                                               

The Ecumenical Council (painting)

Ecumenical Council is a surrealist painting by Spanish artist Salvador Dalí completed in 1960. This is one of his masterpieces, from two years old and very large at 299.7 by 254 centimetres. The picture is a complex combination of art historical ...

                                               

Guernica (Picasso)

Guernica is a 1937 large oil painting on canvas by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. One of the most famous works by Picasso, "Guernica" is considered by many critics as one of the most moving and powerful anti-war paintings in history, it is exhibit ...

                                               

Battle of Grunwald (Matejko)

Battle of Grunwald painting by Jan Matejko image of the battle of Grunwald and the victory of the allied crown of the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania over the Teutonic order in 1410. The painting dates from 1878 and is one of t ...

                                               

Danae (Rembrandt painting)

Danae painting by the Dutch artist Rembrandt, first written in 1636, but later extensively reworked by Rembrandt, probably in the 1640-ies, and may 1643. Once part of the collection of Pierre avant-garde style, she was in the Hermitage in St. Pet ...

                                               

Girl with a Pearl Earring

Girl with a pearl earring is an oil painting by Dutch Golden age painter Johannes Vermeer, from gr. 1665. Going by various names over the centuries, it became known his real name at the end of the 20th century after the big pearl earrings worn by ...

                                               

Declaration of Independence (Trumbull)

The Declaration of Independence is a 12-by-18-foot oil on canvas painting by American John Trumbull, depicting the presentation of the draft Declaration of independence to Congress. It is based on a much smaller version of the same scene, now at ...

                                               

Children's Games (Bruegel)

Childrens games is an oil on panel Flemish Renaissance artist Pieter Bruegel the Elder, painted in 1560. It is currently held and exhibited at the Museum of art history in Vienna.

                                               

The Doctor (painting)

The doctor is the picture of 1891 Luke Fildes that depicts a Victorian doctor, watching a critical stage in a childs illness, and the parents watch on helplessly from the periphery. It was used to depict the values of the ideal doctor and disadva ...

                                               

Reply of the Zaporozhian Cossacks

Reply of Zaporozhian Cossacks to Sultan Mehmed IV of the Ottoman Empire, also known as Cossacks Saporog prepare a Manifesto, a painting by Russian artist Ilya Repin. In 2.03 m 3.58 m canvas was started in 1880 and finished in 1891. Repin recorded ...

                                               

Gas (painting)

The theme was a composite of several filling stations visited Hopper. According to the wife of the bunkers, the motive gas station was that he wanted a long time to paint. Fought the hopper painting. He began to produce new patterns at a slower p ...

                                               

The Ideal City (painting)

The ideal city is the name given to three strikingly similar Italian Renaissance painting with an unresolved attribution. Are stored in three different places they are most often referred to their location: ideal city of Urbino, Baltimore and Ber ...

                                               

Jerusalem (painting)

Jerusalem is a picture of the 1867 French painter Jean-Leon Gerome. This is also known as Golgotha, Consumatum EST and crucifixion. In the foreground is Calvary with the shadows of the three crucified men, Jesus and two thieves. Further in the pi ...

                                               

Massacre of the Innocents (Bruegel)

Some oil on oak panel options the massacre of the innocents was painted before the 16th century, the Netherlands, the painters Pieter Brueghel the Elder and his son Pieter Brueghel the Younger. The work is translated in the biblical story about t ...

                                               

The Source (Ingres)

The source-oil painting on canvas French neoclassical painter Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres. The work was begun in Florence around 1820 and not completed until 1856, in Paris. When Ingres completed the Source, he was seventy-six years old, alread ...

                                               

Cleopatra and Caesar (painting)

Cleopatra and Caesar, also known as Cleopatra before Caesar, is an oil on canvas painting by the French painter of the academic artist Jean-Leon Gerome, was completed in 1866. The work was originally commissioned by French courtesan La Païva, but ...

                                               

The Scapegoat (painting)

The scapegoat is a picture of William Holman hunt which depicts the "scapegoat" described in Leviticus. On the Day of atonement, a goat would have its horns wrapped with a red cloth, representing the sins of the community – and drove off. Hunt be ...

                                               

The Rabbit (Manet 1881)

Rabbit-1881 oil painting by French artist Edouard Manet, is now exhibited in the National Museum of Wales in Cardiff, Wales. The work is a still life with a hung rabbit or hare, which was placed on a hook near the window closed at home.

                                               

Madonna della Loggia (Botticelli)

Madonna della loggia painting attributed to Italian Renaissance artist Sandro Botticelli, starting at p. 1467. And tempera on panel, it is in the Uffizi, Florence, Italy.

                                               

The Misanthrope (Bruegel)

The misanthrope is a tempera painting on canvas of the Flemish Renaissance artist Pieter Bruegel the Elder, created in 1568. She is currently stored and exhibited in the National Museum of Capodimonte in Naples, Italy.

                                               

The Peacemakers

Peacekeepers-this is a picture of 1868, George A. P. Healy. It depicts the historic March 28, 1865, Strategy session of the Supreme command of the Union steamer river Queen in the last days of the American Civil war.

                                               

Mnemosyne (Rossetti)

Mnemosyne, also titled lamp of memory and Ricordanza, is an oil painting by Dante Gabriel Rossetti begun in 1875 or early 1876 and completed in 1881. Jane Morris was the model, and Frederick Richards Leyland bought the painting in 1881 and displa ...

                                               

Homme au bain (painting)

Homme AU Bain-oil painting by French impressionist Gustave Caillebotte. Canvas measures 145 to 114 cm 57 × 45 V. It was held in private collections from the masters of death until June 2011, when it was acquired by the Museum of fine arts, Boston.

                                               

The Muses (painting)

Muz-pattern 1578 Tintoretto, featuring the muses of Greek mythology. It is recorded in the inventory of the collection of Guglielmo Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua in 1627 as hanging next to Esther before Ahasuerus in the passage in the Palazzo Ducale in ...

                                               

Bubbles (painting)

Bubbles, originally titled a childs World, is the picture of 1886 sir John Everett Millais that became famous when it was used for many generations in the advertising of pears soap. During Millaiss life led to a public debate about the relationsh ...

                                               

Nevsky Prospekt (painting)

Nevsky Prospekt is the city skyline picture of Gleb Savinov, a Russian painter and art teacher, member of Saint Petersburg Union of artists, who lived and worked in St. Petersburg, is considered one of the leading representatives of the Leningrad ...

                                               

Portrait of an Unknown Woman

Portrait of an unknown woman, also known as the unknown woman, a stranger or a stranger-this oil painting by Russian artist Ivan Kramskoi, painted in 1883. The model, whose identity is unknown, - a woman of "quiet strength and forthright gaze". H ...

                                               

Niagara (Frederic Edwin Church)

Niagara falls is a oil painting by Frederic Edwin Church. Niagara was his most important work to date, and confirmed its reputation as the Premier American landscape painter of the time. In his history of Niagara falls, Pierre Berton writes: "of ...

                                               

The Night Watch

The police of district II under the command of captain Frans Banninck banning Coca, also known as the shooting company of Frans banning cocq and Willem van Ruytenburch, but commonly referred to as "Night watch", 1642 painting by Rembrandt van Rij ...

                                               

Low Marks Again

Low ratings again-the picture of Fyodor Pavlovich Reshetnikov, established in 1952. Thanks to its immersive storyline, the picture was used in the school curriculum of the Soviet Union as a topics for essay writing. The picture was familiar to So ...

                                               

The Blinding of Samson

The blinding of Samson 1636 painting by Rembrandt, now in the stadel hotel. Painting is the first of its kind in the picturesque tradition. No other artist at the time portrayed this particular point in the narrative. This painting was a gift to ...

                                               

Isle of the Dead (painting)

Isle of the dead is the most famous painting by Swiss artist-symbolist Arnold Bocklin. Prints were very popular in Central Europe in the early 20th century - Vladimir Nabokov observed in his novel despair that they can be "found in every Berlin h ...

                                               

The Fall of the Rebel Angels (Bruegel)

The fall of the rebel angels Is an oil on panel Dutch Renaissance artist Pieter Bruegel the Elder, painted in 1562. Currently held and exhibited at the Royal Museum of fine arts of Belgium in Brussels.

                                               

The Love Song (Rockwell)

The song Love is an oil painting by American artist Norman Rockwell, located in the Indianapolis Museum of art, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. It originally appeared in Ladies home journal in December 1926. It depicts two elderly musician ...

                                               

The Captive (painting)

The captive, from Sterne is a painting by Joseph Wright of Derby completed in 1774 and now in the National gallery of Canada. Starnes captive, first exhibited by the artist in 1778, a similar painting by Wright in the Derby Museum and art gallery ...

                                               

The Cook (Arcimboldo)

Chef-si.1570 oil on panel paintings of Giuseppe Arcimboldo, now in the nationalmuseum in Stockholm. A still life of roast meat - when the picture is flipped upside the head, these forms of the human face through pareidolia. The artist also produc ...

                                               

Nighthawks (painting)

NIGHTHAWKS is a 1942 oil on canvas painting by Edward hopper that portrays people in downtown diner late at night, when viewed through a large glass window, Diners. He also depicted a few of the exteriors of city structures across the street from ...

                                               

After the Deluge (painting)

After the flood, also known as the Forty-first day, painting, symbolist oil by English painter George Frederic watts, first exhibited as the Sun has not been completed in 1886 and completed in 1891. It shows scenes from the story of Noahs Flood w ...

                                               

The Order of Release

The order of release, 1746-painting by John Everett Millais exhibited in 1853. It is distinguished by the signs of Millaiss to move away from the high Medievalist pre-Raphaelitism of his early years. EFFIE gray, who later married the artist, taki ...

                                               

The Blind Leading the Blind

The blind leads the blind or the parable of the blind painting by Dutch Renaissance artist Pieter Bruegel the Elder, completed in 1568. Executed in distemper on linen canvas, it measures 86 × 154 cm, it depicts the biblical parable of the blind l ...

                                               

Proserpine (Rossetti painting)

In his Proserpine, the artist illustrates it in a typical pre-Raphaelite style of the Roman goddess who lives in the underworld during winter. Although Rossetti inscribed the date 1874 on the picture, he worked for seven years on eight separate c ...

                                               

L'Origine du monde

LOrigine du Monde is an oil painting on canvas by French artist Gustave Courbet in 1866. This is a closeup of the genitals and abdomen of a naked woman lying on the bed with her legs spread. The framing of the Nude body, with head, arms and lower ...

                                               

Prussian Homage (painting)

The Prussian tribute, oil on canvas painting by Polish painter Jan Matejko painted between 1879 and 1882 in kraków. The painting depicts the "Prussian homage," a major political event from the time of the Renaissance in Poland in which Albrecht H ...

                                               

Las Hilanderas (Velazquez)

Las Hilanderas is a painting by the Spanish painter Diego velázquez, housed in the Museo del Prado in Madrid, Spain. It is also known as the fable of Arachne. This is usually seen as the late work of the artist, Dating from about 1657. Traditiona ...

                                               

Pink Roses

Pink roses is a painting of 1890 by Vincent van Gogh, one of his last works. Now in the NY Carlsberg Glyptothek, in which it was presented to Helga Jacobsen in 1923 - its catalogue number min 1843. It was written in the last two months of his lif ...

                                               

The Suicide of Saul

The suicide of Saul-this oil on panel by Dutch Renaissance artist Pieter Bruegel the Elder, painted in 1562. It is in the collection of the Museum of art history in Vienna.

                                               

Aurora Borealis (painting)

Aurora Borealis is an 1865 painting by Frederic Edwin Church of the Aurora Borealis and the Arctic expedition of Dr. Isaac Israel Hayes. The painting measures 142.3 at 212.2 inches and is currently owned by the Smithsonian Museum of American art.

                                               

Plum Brandy

Plum brandy, also known as plum, is an oil painting by Edouard Manet. It is undated, but is believed to have been written about 1877. Painting measures 73.6 cm 50.2 cm. It depicts a woman sitting alone at a table in a cafe, in a lethargic pose li ...

                                               

Puberty (Munch painting)

Puberty is a picture of 1894-95, he was created by Edvard Munch. Munch is an artist native to Norway and is widely known for his role in expressionistic art. Puberty was also made in lithography and etching by Munch.

                                               

Working on the Statue of Liberty

Working on the Statue of Liberty, also known as the Statue of Liberty, in 1946 oil Painting by American Illustrator Norman Rockwell, showing workers cleaning the Torch held in the air the Statue of Liberty in new York Harbor.

                                               

The Land of Cockaigne (Bruegel)

Het Luilekkerland - known in English as the land of cockaigne - is a 1567 oil painting by Pieter Bruegel the Elder. In medieval times, the lazy-a mythical land of plenty, but Brueghels depiction of fairyland and its inhabitants should not be a fl ...

                                               

The Son of Man

The son of man is a 1964 painting by the Belgian surrealist painter rené Magritte. This is perhaps his most famous work. Magritte painted it as self portrait. The picture consists of a man in an overcoat and hat bowler hat standing in front of a ...

                                               

The Triumph of Death

The painting shows a panorama of an army of skeletons wreaking havoc in the black, barren landscape. Fires burn in the distance, and the sea is full of shipwrecks. A few leafless trees Stud the hills naked of vegetation, fish lie rotting on the s ...

                                               

The Turkish Bath

The Turkish bath is an oil painting by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, initially completed between 1852 and 1859, but was changed in 1862. The painting depicts a group of naked women at pool in a harem. It has erotic style, reminiscent of the midd ...

                                               

The Conjurer (painting)

The magician is a painting by early Netherlandish painter Hieronymus Bosch and his workshop, executed in 1502. There are five versions of this painting and one engraving, but most experts believe the most reliable copy is part of the collection o ...

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