Flora Picking Flowers by the Sea. Fresco found in the ruins of Pompeii, Italy.

The Goddess Flora Picking Flowers by the Sea ~ Fresco found in the ruins of Pompeii.

esperanzapinatelli: Giotto, Vault of Scrovegni Chapel, Padua (Fresco, 1305) detail

An entry from smatterings of an aesthetic

Giotto Sky Detail, Scrovegni Chapel I remember the first time I saw these, how I wanted to recreate it on the ceiling at home.perhaps do this on the ceiling of one of the spare bedrooms?

DOMUS LIVIAE DRUSILLAE - VILLA DI LIVIA, Rome.

Roman fresco detail with blackbird, Villa of Livia, Prima Porta by raggi di…

SUA CASA SEMPRE TERÁ UM CHEIRO FRESCO E AGRADÁVEL – E ESTE É O SEGREDO…! – Dicas de Tudo

SUA CASA SEMPRE TERÁ UM CHEIRO FRESCO E AGRADÁVEL – E ESTE É O SEGREDO…! – Dicas de Tudo

Anónimo Roman Fresco  --  "A Rook"  --  Excavated from #Pompeii.  No further reference provided.

last-picture-show: ““In the intoxication of falling, man was prone to believe himself propelled upward.” Hermann Broch, The Death of Vergil Anonymous Grave Painting in the Ruins of Pompeii ”

Garden fresco from the Villa of Livia in Prima Porta, Italy covered the walls of a semi-subterranean chamber, probably a cool triclinium (dining room) for summer banquets, in the suburban villa of Livia Drusilla, third wife of Roman Emperor Augustus. This Second style fresco, the most ancient example of continuous garden painting (30 - 20 BCE), presents a variety of plants & birds rendered in a delicately detailed & naturalistic way. Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome, Italy #art

Garden fresco from the Villa of Livia in Prima Porta, Italy covered the walls of…

#Pompeii -- Roman Fresco (detail) Excavated from 'The House of the Golden Bracelet' at Pompeii -- Belonging to the National Archaeological Museum -- Naples, Italy

yama-bato: “ Pompei Casa del Bracciale d’Oro (Insula Ocidentale, House of the Golden Bracelet Roman garden painting, detail, first century A.

Oak tree with birds, wall painting in the underground garden in Villa Livia. The villa is thought to be part of the dowry of the inimitable Livia Drusilla (58 BC-AD 29), wife of Octavian, mother of Tiberius, who wielded enormous though unofficial power during the Republican era.

Mural -- Villa Livia Villa Livia is thought to be part of the dowry of the inimitable Livia Drusilla BC-AD wife of Octavian, mother of Tiberius, who wielded enormous though unofficial power during the Republican era.

the cool blue green air and the birds sing among the roses////    Villa di Livia di Prima Porta, I sec a.C. Rome.

Roman Fresco -- From 'Villa di Livia di Prima Porta' -- Century -- Rome -- House likely named for Emperor Augustus' Wife, Livia Drusilla, & a portion of her marital dowry.

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