Ruins in art and painting



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Pictures:

The Old Bridge :: Hubert Robert
Ruins - The Old Bridge :: Hubert Robert
Roman Ruins with a Merchant Buying Bull :: Cornelis van Poelenburgh
Ruins - Roman Ruins with a Merchant Buying Bull :: Cornelis van Poelenburgh
Figures on the Banks of a Lake with Classical Ruins :: Hubert Robert
Ruins - Figures on the Banks of a Lake with Classical Ruins :: Hubert Robert
The Acropolis, Athens :: Ernst Carl Eugen Koerner
Ruins - The Acropolis, Athens :: Ernst Carl Eugen Koerner
The Acropolis Athena :: Ernst Carl Eugen Koerner
Ruins - The Acropolis Athena :: Ernst Carl Eugen Koerner
Passing the Ruins :: Pietro Barucci
Ruins - Passing the Ruins :: Pietro Barucci
Fetching Water at a Fountain :: Hermann David Solomon Corrodi
Ruins - Fetching Water at a Fountain :: Hermann David Solomon Corrodi
Rievaulx Abbey :: Thomas Girtin
Ruins - Rievaulx Abbey :: Thomas Girtin
Lindisfarne :: Thomas Girtin
Ruins - Lindisfarne :: Thomas Girtin
Interior of Tintern Abbey looking toward the West Window :: Thomas Girtin
Ruins - Interior of Tintern Abbey looking toward the West Window :: Thomas Girtin
Interior of Lindisfarne Priory :: Thomas Girtin
Ruins - Interior of Lindisfarne Priory :: Thomas Girtin
Interior of Fountains Abbey- the East Window :: Thomas Girtin
Ruins - Interior of Fountains Abbey- the East Window :: Thomas Girtin
Landscape with Roman Ruins :: Paul de Cock
Ruins - Landscape with Roman Ruins :: Paul de Cock
The Ruins at Philae, Egypt :: Johann Jakob Frey
Ruins - The Ruins at Philae, Egypt :: Johann Jakob Frey
Egyptian Temple :: Charles Gleyre
Ruins - Egyptian Temple :: Charles Gleyre
Eldena Ruin :: Caspar David Friedrich
Ruins - Eldena Ruin :: Caspar David Friedrich
  






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June 28, 2018 [!]


View of ruins always causes mixed feelings - sadness about the lost flowering, radiance in all its splendor, and admiration for the skill of ancestors who managed to erect something so grandiose, majestic and beautiful that even in ruins it continues to be so. And there is also the feeling of some kind of tenderness, cares, with which you want to touch the surviving remains to save them from further destruction and give them an opportunity to tell us about the distant past.

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