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Neuf Brisach, lugar Patrimonio Mundial de la UNESCO por su importancia en la arquitectura militar del siglo XVII: http://www.guiarte.com/neuf-brisach/

Neuf Brisach, lugar Patrimonio Mundial de la UNESCO por su importancia en la arquitectura militar del siglo XVII: http://www.guiarte.com/neuf-brisach/

NOIR BLANC un style

Sur l'ile de Ré, XVIIeme bourgeois à l'extérieur et art moderne à l'intérieur...

Antwerp-Cathedral-by-Hendrik-I-van-Steenwijck -> show the cathedral immediately after Calvinist rule, when the church was in the midst of a restoration

Antwerp-Cathedral-by-Hendrik-I-van-Steenwijck -> show the cathedral immediately after Calvinist rule, when the church was in the midst of a restoration

17th Century French Style House in Île de Ré

Amazing 17th Century French Style House in Île de Ré

Renovated Century French Style House at Île de Ré on Atlantic Coast, France. And yes I would live there if I could

Superbly set high upon its river cliff above the Wye, Chepstow Castle still guards one of the main river crossings from southern England into Wales. Few castles in Britain tell the story of medieval fortification, from beginning to end, as does this mighty stronghold. It was probably the very first stone castle in the entire country, and was to see successive developments right through to the Civil War of the 17th century. - Chepstow Castle at PicturesofEngland.com where you can explore the…

Superbly set high upon its river cliff above the Wye, Chepstow Castle still guards one of the main river crossings from southern England into Wales. Few castles in Britain tell the story of medieval fortification, from beginning to end, as does this mighty stronghold. It was probably the very first stone castle in the entire country, and was to see successive developments right through to the Civil War of the 17th century. - Chepstow Castle at PicturesofEngland.com where you can explore the…

The Tree of Life, also called Jacob's Ladder. This is a Kabbalistic image but interestingly, the spheres in the tree overlay the flower of life 'sacred' geometric form and therefore represents a Primal Pattern of Nature

The Seven Year Cycles on the Tree of Life

River Wye at Symonds Yat, Herefordshire,

wanderthewood: “River Wye at Symonds Yat, Herefordshire, England by The_Random_Photographer ”

Bodegón by Juan Sánchez Cotán

Binge Worthy Food Feasts of Art History, From the Gorgeous to the Grotesque

Still-Life with Quince, Cabbage, Melon and Cucumber, Juan Sanchez Cotan, c. Museum of Art San Diego

The elegantly refined still life paintings of Belgian painter Stefaan Eyckmans resonate with the traditions of the 17th century “Golden age” Dutch and Flemish still life masters, as well as evoking th

Stefaan Eyckmans (lines and colors)

The elegantly refined still life paintings of Belgian painter Stefaan Eyckmans resonate with the traditions of the century “Golden age” Dutch and Flemish still life masters, as well as evoking th

Botanical – Flower – Tulip – 17th Century | Vintage Printable

tulip as status symbol: anonymous (dutch?) watercolor of Semper Augustus, the most expensive tulip sold during tulip mania (watercolor from the "Great Tulip Book" in collection of Norton Simon Museum)

❀ Blooming Brushwork ❀ - garden and still life flower paintings - Still life of flowers - Rachel Ruysch, 17th century

Blooming Brushwork - garden and still life flower paintings - Still life of flowers - Rachel Ruysch, century

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