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Map of the Russian Empire in Europe and Asia 1780 Featured Paintings Print

Map of the Russian Empire in Europe and Asia 1780

This is a map of the Russian Empire, a copperplate engraving from the Atlas de Toutes les Parties Connues du Globe Terrestre, Dresse Pour l'Histoire Philosophique et Politique des Etablissemens et du Commerce des Europeens dans les deux Indes by Raynal and Bonne, published in Paris in 1780. Captions: Carte de l'Empire de Russie en Europe et en Asia (Map of the Russian Empire in Europe and in Asia). Liv. V. No. 24. Long, du Meri, de Paris. Separate map scales are provided for Poland; the French community; marine; Dutch or German; Chinese, and Turkey

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Zubre, Bialowieza (charcoal & conte on paper) Featured Paintings Print

Zubre, Bialowieza (charcoal & conte on paper)

MAD275200 Zubre, Bialowieza (charcoal & conte on paper) by Adlington, Mark ; 35x45 cm; Private Collection; ( Bialowieza National Park, Poland;); English, in copyright
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Exotic Gold-patterned Silk, 1360-1400. Creator: Unknown Featured Paintings Print

Exotic Gold-patterned Silk, 1360-1400. Creator: Unknown

Exotic Gold-patterned Silk, 1360-1400. This superb quality silk with radiant gold thread on a rich green ground ranked among the most extravagant textiles woven in Italy during the 1300s. The Italian silk designer combined primarily exotic Chinese and Islamic motifs into the exceptionally dynamic pattern in the international style. Mythical beasts with flaming manes appear amid large palmette leaves. A chasuble in this fabric has survived, hidden during World War II behind a false wall in Saint Mary's Church in Gdansk, Poland. A remarkably similar silk provides the lavish background in the museum's painting John the Baptist by the Flemish painter Robert Campin. The display of such luxury continues the practice of using the finest items in the worship of God

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