'Arrival of Aeneas in Italy, the Dawn of the Roman Empire', (c1620-1680?). Artist: Claude Lorrain
'Arrival of Aeneas in Italy, the Dawn of the Roman Empire', (c1620-c1680?). Aeneas, hero of Troy, son of Anchises and Aphrodite (Venus) arrives in Italy where he is destined to become the founder of Rome.
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French Renaissance typographic ornaments, (1898). Creator: Unknown
French Renaissance typographic ornaments, (1898). 'Fig 1: Initial from the time of Louis XII by [Geofroy] Tory. Fig 2: Initial from the time of Francois I by Tory. Fig 3: Initial from the time of Francois I by Claude Garamont. Fig 4: Cartouche from the time of Henri II [16th century] by Jean Goujon. Fig 5: Initial from the time of Henri II by Jean Goujon. Fig 6: Initial from the time of Henri II from Salomon Bernard's school. Figs 7 and 8: Initials from the time of Henri II from Salomon Bernard's school. Figs 9-11: Borders from the time of Henri II by Petit Bernard. Fig 12: Initial from the time of Henri III by John Tornesius [Jean de Tournes]. Fig 13: Initial from the time of Henri IV. Fig 14: Initial from the time of Louis XIII [17th century]. Fig 15: Tail-piece from the time of Louis XIII'. Plate 59 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898]
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Sea sled 'Miss England' at anchor, 1922. Creator: Kirk & Sons of Cowes
Claude Grahame-White in his experimental 45-foot power sledge, 'Miss England', 3 Sept 1922. 'Miss England' was built of wood by the Cowes firm of S.E. Saunders in 1921. Claude Grahame-White (1879 - 1959) was an English pioneer of aviation, and the first to make a night flight, during the Daily Mail-sponsored 1910 London to Manchester air race.
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