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The Cyclops Polyphemus :: Annibale Carracci

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Annibale Carracci (1560-1609) The Cyclops Polyphemus

1595-1605, Fresco, Palazzo Farnese, Rome

Submitted by: marina51

Published: 21.03.2010



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WuDong   User Rating: 615  April 24, 2015


Wooden baguette - unfading classics

Imagine the interior design without the use of Framing today is practically impossible in any room, whether it is residential or office, there are always details that I would like to emphasize, highlight them, and this can be achieved quite easily using a simple unpainted wooden baguette. Despite the fact that in many stores in a wide assortment of decorative items made of plastic, however the tree does not give up its position and very much appreciated by all [Expand]

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PokerGirl   User Rating: 171  January 15, 2018


I respect those who do not embellish. rev.gif

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