Masons' Courtyard - Canaletto. 123.8x162.9 Giovanni Antonio Canal, nicknamed Canaletto (1697-1768) - Italian artist, head of the Venetian Vedutian school (from the Italian “veduta” - “view”), master of urban landscape in the Baroque style. It so happened that in England it turned out to be quite many works of Canaletto.
The Basilica is a monument to Peter, whom Jesus chose as the senior apostle, announcing that Peter is the stone on which he will build the church. Since Rome was the capital of the empire, Peter and the apostle Paul came here to carry faith in the Lord at the beginning of the first millennium. But the early Christians were persecuted for their faith and, as the church tradition says in 64 A.D.
Three - Perov. The work of the great artist, the most recognizable, tragic, emotional and legendary one, has been capturing the audience for more than a century and a half, forcing it to empathize and sympathize with the heroes of the work. Three deserted and ominously gloomy streets swept by an ice blizzard carry a huge vat of water covered with matting.
Immaculate Conception - Giovanni Battista Tiepolo. 281 x 155In the numerous fresco cycles created by the largest artist of the Venetian school, one can see the novelty of the worldview and the scope of artistic endeavors born of the Age of Enlightenment. Tiepolo was a wonderful decorator, painted churches and salons of villas, halls of public buildings, created altar images.
The museums of Egypt are the most ancient and unusual museums in the world. Tourists from many different countries come here. The Coptic Museum in Cairo is very popular. This is the most famous and unique museum in Egypt. It is located in Cairo, in the oldest district of this beautiful city, on Misr al-Quadim Square.
The aristocratic Borghese family is known to everyone who has at least something to do with the world of art. If the mention of the names Santi, Caravaggio, Lotto, Alani, Bernini and Canova is in awe in your heart, then the Roman gallery of Borghese is the place you should definitely visit. Art lovers coming to Rome should not miss such a chance!