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The Charge of the Heavy Brigade at the Battle of Balaclava, 25 October 1854 Featured Italian School Image

The Charge of the Heavy Brigade at the Battle of Balaclava, 25 October 1854

5920406 The Charge of the Heavy Brigade at the Battle of Balaclava, 25 October 1854, 1897 (oil on canvas) by Giles, Godfrey Douglas (1857-1941); National Army Museum, London; (add.info.: The Charge of the Heavy Brigade at the Battle of Balaclava, 25 October 1854.
Oil on canvas by Godfrey Douglas Giles (1857-1941), 1897.
During the Crimean War (1854-1856) Russian forces mounted an attack on the British position at Balaklava. A large body of some 3,000 Russian cavalry threatened the road to the harbour of Balaklava itself.
The British Heavy Brigade, about 800 strong, consisted of ten squadrons of heavy cavalry, commanded by Major-General (later General) The Honourable (later Sir) James Yorke Scarlett. Seeing the Russian horsemen halted, and thus vulnerable to attack, Scarlett immediately charged uphill with three of his squadrons, being successively reinforced by the remaining seven squadrons of his brigade. Reeling from this series of attacks, the Russian cavalry retired in disorder a few minutes later.
The painting depicts the action as the first line of the Heavy Brigade crashes into the Russian cavalry. In the foreground is the 2nd squadron of the 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons, while in the background are two squadrons of the 2nd (Royal North British) Dragoons (later Royal Scots Greys). In reality, because of the difficult ground it had to cover, the pace of the Heavy BrigadeA's attack was far gentler than the painting suggests.); A© National Army Museum ; English, out of copyright

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Fish at the Puget Marche meat and fish market in Marseille. Painting by Felix Ziem (1821-1911) Mandatory mention: Collection fondation regards de Provence, Marseille Featured Italian School Image

Fish at the Puget Marche meat and fish market in Marseille. Painting by Felix Ziem (1821-1911) Mandatory mention: Collection fondation regards de Provence, Marseille

JEB4904296 Fish at the Puget Marche meat and fish market in Marseille. Painting by Felix Ziem (1821-1911) Mandatory mention: Collection fondation regards de Provence, Marseille by Ziem, Felix (1821-1911); Musee Regards de Provence, Marseille, France; (add.info.: Fish at the Puget Marche meat and fish market in Marseille. Painting by Felix Ziem (1821-1911) Mandatory mention: Collection fondation regards de Provence, Marseille); © Jean Bernard. All rights reserved 2022; Collection fondation regards de Provence, Marseille

© © Jean Bernard. All rights reserved 2022 Collection fondation regards de Provence, Marseille / Bridgeman Images

A cat, musical instruments and male and female figures, detail, vault of Hall of the Treasure (fresco) (detail of 3707463) Featured Italian School Image

A cat, musical instruments and male and female figures, detail, vault of Hall of the Treasure (fresco) (detail of 3707463)

3707472 A cat, musical instruments and male and female figures, detail, vault of Hall of the Treasure (fresco) (detail of 3707463) by Garofalo, Benvenuto Tisi da (1481-1559); Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro, Ferrara, Emilia Romagna, Italy; (add.info.: Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by Benvenuto Tisi, known as il Garofalo: detail with cat, musical instrument, and a great variety of clothes. The turbans were worn by people who really lived at the Estensi court and came from Eastern countries. Along the sides of the ceiling a large balcony, where Oriental rugs are hanging out, is painted. There is a gallery of characters, many of them have musical instruments. They leanfrom the balcony and show the observers their love for arts, music and poetry.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili o Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (oggi sede del Museo Archeologico Nazionale o di Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Sala del Tesoro, volta, affreschi cinquecenteschi di Benvenuto Tisi, detto il Garofalo: particolare con gatto, strumento musicale e grande varieta ? di abiti. I turbanti caratterizzano personaggi di provenienza orientale che erano presenti anche alla corte estense. Lungo i lati del soffitto un ampia balconata da cui pendono tappeti orientali: una galleria di personaggi, molti dei quali con strumenti musicali, affacciati in maniera disinvolta a testimoniare con garbo e misura il loro amore per l arte, la musica e la poesia. In una suggestiva scenografia, oltre la balconata si apre un cielo turchino, su cui e strutturato un gazebo con rami carichi di frutta e tralci sospesi, annodati alla balaustra. La sala e un hortus conclusus, un giardino segreto voluto dal padrone di casa per i suoi importanti ospiti. Al centro dell apertura illusionistica sono un fastoso rosone in legno intagliato e dorato e una finta architettura che funge da copertura e al tempo stesso da decorazione. Tutt intorno corre un fregio a grottesche entro cui compaiono medaglioni con scene mitologiche e storie dell antica Roma.); Ghigo Roli; Italian, out of copyright

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