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Choose from 899 pictures in our Mural collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


RIVERA, Diego Featured Print

RIVERA, Diego

RIVERA, Diego (1886-1957). Dream of a Sunday Afternoon in Alameda Park, detail of mural, 1947-1948. MEXICO. Mexico City. Diego Rivera Web Museum. Central detail. Fresco on portable pannels. Mexican Mural Painting. Fresco. Proc: MEXICO. FEDERAL DISTRICT. Mexico City. Hotel Prado

© Mariani/Iberfoto/Mary Evans

1886, 1947, 1948, 1957, Afternoon, Alameda, America, American, Americans, Central, City, Color, Colour, Daylight, Daytime, Detail, Diego, District, Dream, Exterior, Federal, Fresco, Group, Hotel, Male, Man, Masculine, Mejico, Men, Mexican, Mexicans, Mexico, Mural, Museum, Outside, Painting, Pannels, Park, People, Person, Persons, Portable, Prado, Proc, Rivera, Scene, States, Sunday, Sunlight, United, Upright, Vertical, Web, Woman, Women

Kissing Coppers DP054452 Featured Print

Kissing Coppers DP054452

Banksy grafitti, 2004. Prince Albert pub, Frederick Place, Brighton, East Sussex. Detail of stencil grafitti behind a protective perspex sheet showing two male policemen kissing. Photographed in 2007. The original has since been removed and sold at auction

© Historic England Archive

Artist, Graphic, Mural, Street Art, Urban, Wall

Painted Murals And Frescoes Inside A Room At The Ancient Roman Ruins At Herculaneum (Ercolano), Campania, Italy Featured Print

Painted Murals And Frescoes Inside A Room At The Ancient Roman Ruins At Herculaneum (Ercolano), Campania, Italy

Located in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius, Herculaneum (Ercolano) was an ancient Roman town destroyed by volcanic pyroclastic flows in 79 AD. Its ruins are located in the commune of Ercolano, Campania, Italy.
As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is famous as one of the few ancient cities that can now be seen in much of its original splendour, as well as for having been lost, along with Pompeii, Stabiae, Oplontis and Boscoreale, in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79 that buried it. Unlike Pompeii, the deep pyroclastic material which covered it preserved wooden and other organic-based objects such as roofs, beds, doors, food and even some 300 skeletons which were surprisingly discovered in recent years along the seashore as it was thought until then that the town had been evacuated by the inhabitants.
Herculaneum was a wealthier town than Pompeii, possessing an extraordinary density of fine houses with, for example, far more lavish use of coloured marble cladding

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