Maria Mantaluta

Maria Mantaluta

Maria Mantaluta
More ideas from Maria
Unknown Artist: Ishtar Gate (c. 575 BCE) Pergamon Museum, Berlin. In about 575 BCE, Nebuchadnezzar II, King of the Babylonian Empire and destroyer of the First Temple in Jerusalem, ordered the construction of a new gate in the north section of the city of Babylon, to be dedicated to the goddess Ishtar.  The gate had two sections – the front gate smaller than the one behind it – and was constructed of glazed blue bricks, with bas reliefs of aurochs (young bulls) and dragons.

The Ishtar Gate was constructed by the Babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar II circa 575 BCE. It was the eighth gate of the city of Babylon (in present day.

Paris Opera Ballet - Swan Lake

I love these white tutus from the Paris Opera Ballets' "Swan Lake" I love when all the swans dance together. beautiful Ballet x

The Fall of the Damned by Peter Paul Rubens.

Peter Paul Rubens The Fall of the Damned, , Alte Pinakothek, Munich. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of The Fall of the Damned by Peter Paul Rubens.

Allée des Sphinx à tête de bélier au premier pylône du temple d'Amon-Rê à Karnak

Alley of ram-headed sphinxes at the first pylon of the temple of Amun-Ra at Karnak, Temple of Karnak, Luxor, Egypt

“ Paul Gauguin - Blue Roofs of Rouen, 1884 ”

Page: Blue roofs of Rouen Artist: Paul Gauguin Completion Date: 1884 Place of Creation: France Style: Impressionism Period: Early works Genre: cityscape Technique: oil Material: canvas Gallery: Oskar Reinhart Collection, Switzerland