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The Return of Marcus Sextus :: Pierre-Narcisse Guerin

The Return of Marcus Sextus by artist Pierre-Narcisse Guerin - Antique world scenes
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Oil on canvas,


(217 x 243 cm)( 85,4 x 95,5 inch )

Museu du Louvre, Paris

Pierre-Narcisse Guerin (1774-1833) The Return of Marcus Sextus

French painting 18th century
Style: neoclassicism
The picture has a horizontal format

tags: a bedroom, a bed, the dying woman, near it the sad man, crying girl

The copy of this picture is suitable for interiors: classical, Mediterranean, empire style

image: Public domain

Submitted by: marina51

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Carlos    October 25, 2015

Soulmagnet, I wonder how many oehrts experience The Hair Dryer Effect (great name). It's a gift that you can make such good use of your time. For whatever reason I can't think like that while doing my routine, though once in a while I get the proverbial inspirational idea in the shower, out of the blue. But that's a different phenomenon, don't you think?Lindsay, There must be something about this state of hypnagogia (check out the link from Kim) that stimulates the creative part of our brains. Maybe [Expand]


Rodrigo    October 27, 2015

Hi Brad,I generally try to work on my blog two or three days per week for about one and a half hours in the mnriong before work in addition to two or three hours during the evening.I find that I am able to think much more clearly during the early mnriong sessions, and these short sessions are considerably more productive than my evening sessions.Moreover, those early mnriong sessions help to put me in a positive frame of mind, and help so help to increase my enthusiasm at work during the mnriong.But, [Expand]


Akbar    October 29, 2015

The taste for big schlongs (at least in pubilc in works of art) didn't appear until the 20th century. Gentlemen were afraid ladies might get the vapors. Then, women decided they wanted the vapors, and men stopped being gentle.Before the 20th century, only Priapus was allowed to appear in art with formidable equipment.


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