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Roberti is a genus of Nesomyidae mammals, a family of rodents found in Africa and Madagascar, and are small, mouse-like animals with long tails and short legs

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Background imageRoberti Collection: Vulcanos forge, the Zodiac sign of the Libra and the three decans, Hall of the Months

Vulcanos forge, the Zodiac sign of the Libra and the three decans, Hall of the Months
3707420 Vulcanos forge, the Zodiac sign of the Libra and the three decans, Hall of the Months, Northern Wall: " September", c.1468-70 (fresco) by Roberti, Ercole de (c.1453-96) (attr)

Background imageRoberti Collection: Echinobrissus roberti (Echinodermes), Natural History Museum of Marseille

Echinobrissus roberti (Echinodermes), Natural History Museum of Marseille
CSO5002926 Echinobrissus roberti (Echinodermes), Natural History Museum of Marseille; (add.info.: Echinobrissus roberti (Echinodermes), Natural History Museum of Marseille); Photo © DDF

Background imageRoberti Collection: The Argonauts Leaving Colchis, 1480. Creator: Ercole de Roberti

The Argonauts Leaving Colchis, 1480. Creator: Ercole de Roberti
The Argonauts Leaving Colchis, 1480. This small panel was part of the decoration of a cassone or wedding chest. According to an old description

Background imageRoberti Collection: The Institution of the Eucharist, c. 1490-1495. Creator: Ercole de Roberti

The Institution of the Eucharist, c. 1490-1495. Creator: Ercole de Roberti
The Institution of the Eucharist, c.1490-1495. Found in the collection of National Gallery, London

Background imageRoberti Collection: Christ Crowned With Thorns, c1479-80. Creator: Ercole de Roberti

Christ Crowned With Thorns, c1479-80. Creator: Ercole de Roberti
Christ Crowned With Thorns, c1479-80. Jesus is shown with a rope knotted around his neck and a crown of thorns on his head, tears and blood trickling down his face

Background imageRoberti Collection: Ercole de Roberti, Portrait of a gentleman with the hat, GDSU 151 E

Ercole de Roberti, Portrait of a gentleman with the hat, GDSU 151 E
GIM5038010 Ercole de Roberti, Portrait of a gentleman with the hat, GDSU 151 E; (add.info.: Ercole de Roberti, Portrait of a gentleman with the hat, GDSU 151 E); Photo © Immagina

Background imageRoberti Collection: Portrait of Giuseppe Roberti, 1819. Creator: Hayez, Francesco (1791-1882)

Portrait of Giuseppe Roberti, 1819. Creator: Hayez, Francesco (1791-1882)
Portrait of Giuseppe Roberti, 1819. Found in the Collection of the Museo Civico, Bassano del Grappa

Background imageRoberti Collection: Head of a Mourning Woman, 15th century. Creator: Ercole de Roberti

Head of a Mourning Woman, 15th century. Creator: Ercole de Roberti
Head of a Mourning Woman, 15th century. Based on one of the mourning women in Ercole's famous fresco of the Crucifixion, formerly in a chapel in the cathedral of Bologna

Background imageRoberti Collection: Saint Jerome, 1470-1472. Creator: Ercole de Roberti, (Ercole Ferrarese) (c. 1450-1496)

Saint Jerome, 1470-1472. Creator: Ercole de Roberti, (Ercole Ferrarese) (c. 1450-1496)
Saint Jerome, 1470-1472. Found in the Collection of the Fondazione Cini, Venezia

Background imageRoberti Collection: Carla Thorneycroft, philanthropist and patron of the arts

Carla Thorneycroft, philanthropist and patron of the arts
Carla Thorneycroft, Baroness Thorneycroft (1914-2007), formerly Countess Carla Roberti, born Carla Maria Concetta Francesca Malagola Cappi

Background imageRoberti Collection: Cartoon depicting Giuseppe de Robertis (1888-1963) literary critic of the newspaper La 'Voce '

Cartoon depicting Giuseppe de Robertis (1888-1963) literary critic of the newspaper La "Voce "(1914-1916)
FGL5483252 Cartoon depicting Giuseppe de Robertis (1888-1963) literary critic of the newspaper La " Voce " (1914-1916), drawing by Filiberto Scarpelli (1870-1933). 7/03/1915

Background imageRoberti Collection: Virgin and Child, 1490 / 96. Creator: Ercole de Roberti

Virgin and Child, 1490 / 96. Creator: Ercole de Roberti
Virgin and Child, 1490/96

Background imageRoberti Collection: Allegory of september, detail of triumph of Vulcan, view of his smithy detail - fresco by

Allegory of september, detail of triumph of Vulcan, view of his smithy detail - fresco by
LRI4604273 Allegory of september, detail of triumph of Vulcan, view of his smithy detail - fresco by Ercole de Roberti (1450-1496), Ferrara (Ferrara) Palazzo Schifanoia, Salone dei Mesi by Roberti

Background imageRoberti Collection: 'La recolte de la manne dans le desert du Sinai'

"La recolte de la manne dans le desert du Sinai"
FIA5378361 " La recolte de la manne dans le desert du Sinai" - De Ercole Roberti (Ercole Ferrarese) (c. 1450-1496) The Israelites gathering Manna Tempera on canvas 1490s National Gallery

Background imageRoberti Collection: Ercole de Roberti (engraving)

Ercole de Roberti (engraving)
815427 Ercole de Roberti (engraving) by Italian School, (18th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ercole de Roberti, Italian artist.); Look and Learn / Elgar Collection; Italian

Background imageRoberti Collection: Charles the Bald, Carolingian Emperor, on his throne

Charles the Bald, Carolingian Emperor, on his throne, 9th century. He wears a gold crown, short hair, and holds a sceptre and globe engraved CRS (Carolus)

Background imageRoberti Collection: Charles the Bald, Carolingian Emperor, on his throne

Charles the Bald, Carolingian Emperor, on his throne, 9th century. He wears an extraodinary crown and holds a long rod. Squires on either side hold his great sword, spear and shield

Background imageRoberti Collection: Portrait of King Charles the Bald, 9th century

Portrait of King Charles the Bald, 9th century
Portrait of King Charles the Bald, Emperor of the Carolingian Empire, 9th century, seated on a grand throne, holding orb and sceptre and wearing a chlamys over his shoulder

Background imageRoberti Collection: Coronation of an ancient Italian king by the archbishop

Coronation of an ancient Italian king by the archbishop. The king is crowned while wearing a cape over breastplate and holding a sceptre. Six electors of the empire stand to his left

Background imageRoberti Collection: Battle of Marignano in the Italian Wars, 1515

Battle of Marignano in the Italian Wars, 1515
Battle of Marignano (now Melegnano) in the Italian Wars, 1515. King Francis I leads his lancers against the pikemen and artillery of the Old Swiss Confederacy

Background imageRoberti Collection: Fresco of the Mass of St. Michael, Monza, Italy

Fresco of the Mass of St. Michael, Monza, Italy
13th century fresco of the Eucharist with Christ, Virgin and Saints, known as the Mass of St. Michael, formerly in the church of St. Michele in Monza

Background imageRoberti Collection: Francesco Ferruccio capturing the city of Volterra

Francesco Ferruccio capturing the city of Volterra, Tuscany, 1530. Ferruccio was an Italian captain from Florence, 1489-1530. Francesco Ferrucci costringe Voltera ad arrendersi

Background imageRoberti Collection: The Peace of Constance, 1183

The Peace of Constance, 1183. Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor, and his son Henry VI, King of the Romans, grant peace to the members of the Lombard League. La Pace di Costanza

Background imageRoberti Collection: Crowns and jeweled crosses from Monza Cathedral

Crowns and jeweled crosses from Monza Cathedral
Medieval gold crowns and jeweled crosses from Monza Cathedral. Corone o donari della reale Basilica di Monza. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Roberti from Giulio Ferrarios Costumes Ancient

Background imageRoberti Collection: The Rotunda of Saint Thomas, Lombardy, 1823

The Rotunda of Saint Thomas, Lombardy, 1823. Plan, section and carved capitals from the Rotonda di San Tome. Chiesa di S. Tommaso in Lemine. After Seroux d Agincourts Architecture, 1823

Background imageRoberti Collection: Portrait of Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor, from his seal

Portrait of Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor, from his seal. He sits on a throne with crown, sceptre and orb. Throne of the HRE at right. Sigillo rappresentante l Imperatore Federigo I

Background imageRoberti Collection: Roman philiosopher Manlius Boethius, 510

Roman philiosopher Manlius Boethius, 510
Costume of Roman philiosopher Manlius Boethius in 510, from an ivory dyptich. Costume del Console Boezio da un Dittico. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Roberti from Giulio Ferrarios Costumes

Background imageRoberti Collection: Depictions of the Seven against Thebes

Depictions of the Seven against Thebes. Tydeus, Amphiaraus, Polynices and Parthenopeus, from an Etruscan cameo 1. Amphiaraus with Eriphyle 1, a genius presents a helmet to Amphiaraus 3

Background imageRoberti Collection: Griffoni Polyptych: predella with the story of St. Vincent Ferrer, 1473 (oil on panel)

Griffoni Polyptych: predella with the story of St. Vincent Ferrer, 1473 (oil on panel)
LRI4638598 Griffoni Polyptych: predella with the story of St. Vincent Ferrer, 1473 (oil on panel) by Roberti, Ercole de (c.1453-96); Musei e Gallerie Pontificie, Musei Vaticani

Background imageRoberti Collection: Equestrian figure for the Garganelli chapel in Bologna

Equestrian figure for the Garganelli chapel in Bologna
3125053 Equestrian figure for the Garganelli chapel in Bologna by Roberti, Ercole de (c.1453-96); (add.info.: Equestrian figure in rear view and back of the drawing)

Background imageRoberti Collection: Mon ami Roberti Painting by Tranquillo Cremona (1837-1878) Genes, Nervi

Mon ami Roberti Painting by Tranquillo Cremona (1837-1878) Genes, Nervi
LRI4691779 Mon ami Roberti Painting by Tranquillo Cremona (1837-1878) Genes, Nervi, Galleria d Arte Moderna eLuisa Ricciarini/Leemage by Cremona, Tranquillo (1837-78); Galleria d Arte Moderna

Background imageRoberti Collection: The Month of September: The Triumph of Vulcan and the Sign of Libra

The Month of September: The Triumph of Vulcan and the Sign of Libra
ALG165559 The Month of September: The Triumph of Vulcan and the Sign of Libra, from the Room of the Months, 1467-70 (fresco) by Roberti, Ercole de (c.1453-96); Palazzo Schifanoia, Ferrara

Background imageRoberti Collection: Two riders

Two riders
3125084 Two riders by Roberti, Ercole de (c.1453-96); (add.info.: Two riders. Youths in Venetian costumes on horseback. Pen drawing in brown ink on browned paper)

Background imageRoberti Collection: Group Portrait: Members of the d Este Family, c. 1492 (pen and brown ink)

Group Portrait: Members of the d Este Family, c. 1492 (pen and brown ink)
BOO73730 Group Portrait: Members of the d Este Family, c.1492 (pen and brown ink) by Roberti, Ercole de (c.1453-96); 20.5x21 cm; State Hermitage Museum, St

Background imageRoberti Collection: Roman ruins

Roman ruins
3433623 Roman ruins by Roberti, Domenico (c.1642-1707); Galleria Spada, Rome, Lazio, Italy; (add.info.: Roberti Domenico 1642-1707 " Paesaggio con rovine romane" - Roma)

Background imageRoberti Collection: Ercole de Roberti (engraving)

Ercole de Roberti (engraving)
815516 Ercole de Roberti (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ercole de Roberti. 1451 - 1496. Italian artist.); Look and Learn / Elgar Collection

Background imageRoberti Collection: The Wife of Hasdrubal and Her Children, c. 1490 / 1493. Creator: Ercole de Roberti

The Wife of Hasdrubal and Her Children, c. 1490 / 1493. Creator: Ercole de Roberti
The Wife of Hasdrubal and Her Children, c. 1490/1493

Background imageRoberti Collection: Giovanni II Bentivoglio, c. 1474 / 1477. Creator: Ercole de Roberti

Giovanni II Bentivoglio, c. 1474 / 1477. Creator: Ercole de Roberti
Giovanni II Bentivoglio, c. 1474/1477

Background imageRoberti Collection: Ginevra Bentivoglio, c. 1474 / 1477. Creator: Ercole de Roberti

Ginevra Bentivoglio, c. 1474 / 1477. Creator: Ercole de Roberti
Ginevra Bentivoglio, c. 1474/1477

Background imageRoberti Collection: Saint Michael, ca 1472-1473. Creator: Ercole de Roberti, (Ercole Ferrarese) (c

Saint Michael, ca 1472-1473. Creator: Ercole de Roberti, (Ercole Ferrarese) (c
Saint Michael, ca 1472-1473. Found in the collection of Musee du Louvre, Paris

Background imageRoberti Collection: The Adoration of the Shepherds, c. 1490. Creator: Ercole de Roberti

The Adoration of the Shepherds, c. 1490. Creator: Ercole de Roberti
The Adoration of the Shepherds, c. 1490. Found in the collection of National Gallery, London

Background imageRoberti Collection: Polittico Griffoni: Saint George, 1470-1472. Creator: Ercole de Roberti

Polittico Griffoni: Saint George, 1470-1472. Creator: Ercole de Roberti
Polittico Griffoni: Saint George, 1470-1472. Found in the collection of Fondazione Cini, Venezia

Background imageRoberti Collection: The Dead Christ, c. 1490. Creator: Ercole de Roberti, (Ercole Ferrarese) (c. 1450-1496)

The Dead Christ, c. 1490. Creator: Ercole de Roberti, (Ercole Ferrarese) (c. 1450-1496)
The Dead Christ, c. 1490. Found in the collection of National Gallery, London

Background imageRoberti Collection: Ginerva Bentivoglio by Ercole Roberti

Ginerva Bentivoglio by Ercole Roberti
Profile portrait on wood of Ginerva Bentivoglio by Ercole Roberti (c.1456-1496). Date: circa 1480

Background imageRoberti Collection: Giovanni II Bentivoglio by Ercole Roberti

Giovanni II Bentivoglio by Ercole Roberti
Profile portrait painting on wood of Giovanni II Bentivoglio by Ercole Roberti (c.1456-1496). Date: circa 1480

Background imageRoberti Collection: Choosing a Bride, Early 19th cen Creator: Roberti, Roberto (1786-1837)

Choosing a Bride, Early 19th cen Creator: Roberti, Roberto (1786-1837)
Choosing a Bride, Early 19th Century. Private Collection

Background imageRoberti Collection: A Mourning Woman (tempera and oil on panel)

A Mourning Woman (tempera and oil on panel)
WLT218474 A Mourning Woman (tempera and oil on panel) by Roberti, Ercole de (c.1453-96); 52.4x39.4 cm; Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, USA; Italian, out of copyright

Background imageRoberti Collection: Seal of Robert Fitzwalter, bearing the latin inscription SIGILLUM ROBERTI FILII WALTERI

Seal of Robert Fitzwalter, bearing the latin inscription SIGILLUM ROBERTI FILII WALTERI (seal of Robert son of Walter). Robert Fitzwalter, d.1235



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Roberti Collection

Roberti is a genus of Nesomyidae mammals, a family of rodents found in Africa and Madagascar, and are small, mouse-like animals with long tails and short legs. They have large eyes and ears, which help them to detect predators. Roberti species feed on seeds, fruits, insects, and other small animals. They live in burrows or nests made from grasses or leaves. The most common species is the African Roberti (Robertia olivacea), which lives in savannas and woodlands throughout sub-Saharan Africa. Other species include the Malagasy Roberti (Robertia grandis) found only on Madagascar, as well as several others found in different parts of Africa. All Roberti species are listed as Least Concern by the IUCN Red List due to their wide distribution and abundance across their range.
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The Roberti collection at Media Storehouse features a range of stunning images of Nesomyidae mammals, also known as African climbing mice. Our collection includes wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that showcase the beauty and diversity of these fascinating creatures. Nesomyidae mammals are found in various habitats across Africa and Madagascar. They have unique adaptations for climbing trees and are known for their agility and speed. The Roberti collection captures these animals in their natural habitat through high-quality photographs that highlight their intricate details. Whether you're looking to decorate your home or office with beautiful artwork or searching for a unique gift idea for an animal lover, the Roberti collection at Media Storehouse has something to offer. With a variety of sizes and formats available, you can find the perfect piece to suit your needs.
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What are Roberti (Nesomyidae Mammals Animals) art prints?

Roberti art prints are a collection of high-quality images featuring Nesomyidae mammals. These animals, also known as climbing mice or white-tailed rats, are found in Africa and Madagascar. The Roberti collection includes stunning photographs and illustrations that capture the beauty and unique characteristics of these fascinating creatures. Whether you're an animal lover, a nature enthusiast or simply looking for beautiful artwork to decorate your home or office space, the Roberti collection is sure to impress. From close-up portraits to action shots in their natural habitats, these prints offer a glimpse into the world of Nesomyidae mammals like never before. Each print is carefully crafted using state-of-the-art printing technology and premium materials to ensure exceptional quality and durability. Whether you choose a single print or create a gallery wall with multiple pieces from the collection, Roberti art prints are sure to add style and sophistication to any space.
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We offer a wide range of Roberti art prints that you can purchase. These prints showcase the beauty and uniqueness of these animals, which are native to Africa. You can choose from various sizes and formats such as canvas, framed, or unframed prints. The collection includes stunning photographs of Nesomys lambertoni, Nesomys rufus, Eliurus minori, Eliurus tanala, and other species in their natural habitats. The images capture the intricate details of these animals' fur patterns and textures while highlighting their adorable features. Whether you're an animal lover or simply looking for beautiful wall art for your home or office space, we have something to offer. With high-quality printing techniques used on premium materials like fine art paper and canvas fabric, these Roberti art prints will add character and charm to any room they adorn.
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We offer a wide range of Roberti art prints at varying prices. Our collection includes high-quality prints that are perfect for adding a touch of nature to your home or office decor. The cost of each print depends on the size and type of paper used, with larger sizes generally costing more than smaller ones. We also offer different framing options for our customers to choose from, which can add an additional cost to the final price. However, we strive to keep our prices competitive while maintaining the highest standards in quality and customer satisfaction. Whether you're looking for a small print or a large statement piece, we have something for everyone's budget and taste in our extensive collection of Roberti art prints.
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