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Corinthian Gallery

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Choose from 60 pictures in our Corinthian 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.


Roman architectural ornament and sculpture, (1898). Creator: P Burkhardt Featured Print

Roman architectural ornament and sculpture, (1898). Creator: P Burkhardt

Roman architectural ornament and sculpture, (1898). Fig 1: Corinthian capital from the Pantheon at Rome. Fig 2: Head of a candelabrum from the Vatican Museum. Fig 3: Composite capital from a temple of Juno at Rome. Fig 4: Fragment of a frieze, found in the Villa of Hadrian at Tivoli, now in the Lateran Museum at Rome. Figs 5 and 7: Rosettes from the Vatican Museum. Fig 6: Fragment of a frieze from Rome. Figs 8 and 11: Bases of columns from the later Roman period. Figs 9 and 10: Members of cornices from the ruins of the Imperial palaces on the Palatine...In Roman ornament the different forms of leaves often are idealised in such a rigid manner, that their natural origin is hardly to be recognized. Most frequently employed was the acanthus-leaf...Besides this we find oak-leaves, laurel, pine apples, vine-leaves, palm, ivy, aloe, convolvulus, cornear, poppy etc'. Plate 7 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898]

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Hadrians Arch, Athens, Greece, c1920s-c1930s(?) Featured Print

Hadrians Arch, Athens, Greece, c1920s-c1930s(?)

Hadrian's Arch, Athens, Greece, c1920s-c1930s(?). Athens became part of the Roman Empire in 146 BC. Built in the 2nd century AD, the Arch of Hadrian is a monumental gateway resembling a Roman triumphal arch. It has been proposed that the arch was built to celebrate the arrival of the Roman Emperor Hadrian and to honour him for his many benefactions to the city. It is not certain who commissioned the arch, although it is probable that the citizens of Athens or another Greek group were responsible for its construction and design

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Hercules and the Centaur Setos, Detail of Greek Pot, Corinthian, c7th century BC. Artist: Nessos Painter Featured Print

Hercules and the Centaur Setos, Detail of Greek Pot, Corinthian, c7th century BC. Artist: Nessos Painter

Hercules and the Centaur Setos, Detail of Greek Pot, Corinthian, c7th century BC.The Nessos Painter was a pioneer of Attic black-figure vase painting. He is considered to be the first Athenian to adopt the Corinthian style who went on to develop his own style and introduced innovations. At National Museum, Athens

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