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Choose from 47 pictures in our Elevation 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.


Painted decoration in the nave of St Severus Church at Boppard, Germany, (1928). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Painted decoration in the nave of St Severus Church at Boppard, Germany, (1928). Creator: Unknown

Painted decoration in the nave of St Severus Church at Boppard, Germany, (1928). 2nd Quarter of 13th Century...Animal frieze and arcade painting from the N. side of the nave..."The Church at Boppard may be regarded as one of the best examples of Late Romanesque decorative painting in Germany with its connection between figural and ornamental decorations and their harmonious blending with the architecture, the chief members of which they emphasize". After P. Clemen. Plate LX, fig 132, from "An Encyclopaedia of Colour Decoration from the Earliest Times to the Middle of the XIXth Century" with explanatory text by Helmuth Bossert. [Ernst Wasmuth Ltd., Berlin, 1928]

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Roman columns, 1889. Creator: W & AK Johnston Featured Print

Roman columns, 1889. Creator: W & AK Johnston

Roman columns, 1889. Examples of various types of column from classical buildings in Rome: 1. Corinthian, from the Temple of Mars Ultor; 2. Composite, from the Arch of Titus; 3. Ionic, from the Temple of Fortuna Virilis; 4. Doric, from the Theatre of Marcellus. In the Corinthian order, the capitals of the columns are decorated with acanthus leaves. The Composite order is a combination of Ionic and Corinthian capitals. The Ionic capital features a scroll-shaped ornament known as a volute, sometimes compared to rams horns. The Doric is the oldest and simplest of the classical orders and has a very plain capital. From the 9th edition of the "Encyclopaedia Britannica", 1889

The Waterside Elevation of Inigo Jones Proposed Palace, c1897. Artist: William Patten Featured Print

The Waterside Elevation of Inigo Jones Proposed Palace, c1897. Artist: William Patten

The Waterside Elevation of Inigo Jones Proposed Palace, c1897. The Palace of Whitehall (or Palace of White Hall) was the main residence of the English monarchs in London from 1530 until 1698 when most of its structures, except for Inigo Jones's 1622 Banqueting House, were destroyed by fire. At the time of its destruction it was the largest palace in Europe. From Westminster, by Walter Besant. [Chatto & Windus, London, 1897]

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