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Antonio Canova (Italian pronunciation: [anˈtɔnjo kaˈnɔva]; 1 November 1757 – 13 October 1822) was an Italian sculptor from the Republic of Venice who became famous for his marble...

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  • Urban Italy | Villa Carlotta | Urban Italy

      Blog Source: www.urbanitaly.com | over 1 year ago
    Antonio Canova's Palamedes and one of the replicas of his Eros and Psyche, Francesco Hayez' bewitching painting The Last Kiss of Romeo and Juliet, and the monumental marble frieze of The Campaign of Alexander the Great by Bertel ...
  • House By The Sea, Scopello, Italy Vacation Rentals - ...

      Blog Source: www.realadventures.com | over 1 year ago
    The street is closed off to traffic and in the past, many artists lived here, including the 17th century Italian sculpture Antonio Canova.... Gorgeous appartment by the sea .Italy, Italy Vacation Rentals Exterior Description Situated in a newly ...
  • Aesthetic Reflections: Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss

      Blog Source: aestheticreflectionsofart.blogspot.com | over 2 years ago
    Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss, by Antonio Canova (1757-1822), is the gorgeous and elegant sculpture of Psyche being brought back to life with a kiss from Cupid. Very well known for his remarkable works, Canova creates a graceful and ...
  • The Artwork Of Katerina Koukiotis: Secret Kisses Eros and ...

      Blog Source: katerinaart.blogspot.com | over 2 years ago
    Hello everyone my newest artwork Secret kisses ( Eros and Psyche) completed for the EV monthly theme. Pose inspired by Antonio Canova's statue when Eros Greek God of Love revived Psyche with a kiss. Initially sketched at Sketch fest 23 ...
  • Shannon de France: Christmas in Paris...

      Blog Source: shannonfromfrance.blogspot.com | over 2 years ago
    Antonio Canova's statue Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss is my favorite sculpture. I first came across it while taking a myth and literature class my first semester of college. I had no idea it was at the Louvre until a month before we went.
  • Antiquity Revived: Neoclassical Art in the Eighteenth ...

      Blog Source: www.artdaily.org | over 2 years ago
    The work of celebrated Italian sculptor Antonio Canova will also be on view. On loan from the Getty is the stunning marble Apollo Crowning Himself (1781–82), which is Canova's earliest Roman work in marble. Commissioned during the ...
  • Selected works from the François Pinault Collection on view ...

      Blog Source: www.artdaily.org | over 2 years ago
    The marble bust has a smooth, gleamingwhite surface that inevitably evokes memories of the solemn reserve of neo-classical forms, taking his inspiration from the Venetian artist Antonio Canova. Koons seems to have eliminated the ...
  • Beautiful Pure Bronze Mounted Horse Statue Bust Figure ...

      Blog Source: www.aboutcollections.com | over 2 years ago
    It ismounted upon a black marble base with the artist Canova 's signature.Antonio Canova (1 November 1757 – 13 October 1822) was a Venetiansculptor who became famous for his marble sculptures that delicatelyrendered nude flesh.
  • Don't Take It Personal.: Bienvenue à Paris!

      Blog Source: itsgreeds.blogspot.com | 3 years ago
    Psyche Revived by Cupid's Kiss - Antonio Canova, 1777. Long story short, the Louvre was the worst experience of my life. Even if I return to Paris, I won't be re-visiting this museum. Anyways, onto better experiences... Musée d'Orsay. ...
  • Flaminio Gualdoni » Blog Archive » Quatremère de Quincy

      Blog Source: flaminiogualdoni.com | 3 years ago
    Antoine Chrysostome Quatremère de Quincy, da Deuxième lettre à Antonio Canova sur les marbles d'Elgin, 8 giugno 1818, in Lettres sur l'enlevement des ouvrages de l'art antique à Athenes et à Rome, Paris 1836 ...


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