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Jupiter and Antiope :: Sir Antony van Dyck

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Sir Antony van Dyck (1599-1641) Jupiter and Antiope

Oil on canvas (150 x 206 cm)( 59,1 x 81 inch ) Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Ghent

Submitted by: marina51

Published: 24.03.2010



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WuDong - April 24, 2015

History of emergence of bagetny art: from antiquity to our times

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The baguette in a modern look emphasizes an originality and exclusiveness of a picture or the photo. Still in the ancient time people knew that the frame gives to a work of art worthy end.

The Bagetny history began in far times of antiquity. Then in temples the mosaic with the image of mythical plots was framed with a special border a decorative baguette which allocated ornament from other space.

In early Christianity [Expand]


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