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1720 Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 244 pictures in our 1720 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Three children arguing birds nest landscape Featured Print

Three children arguing birds nest landscape

Three children arguing for a bird's nest, In a landscape with a fountain in the background and on the middle plan a pedestal with a statue of a river god three children are fighting for a bird's nest. The girl showing the bird's nest to her boyfriend on the pendant is lying on the floor and her former playmate pulls her hair and is about to hit the girl. The boy watching the pendant goes off with the bird's nest. While he looks back, one of the birds falls out of the nest., Statues, sculptures in garden, fighting, Isaac Walraven (rejected attribution), Amsterdam, 1720, copper (metal), oil paint (paint), h 35 cm × w 31 cm

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Turkish Women Countryside Istanbul Turkish women Featured Print

Turkish Women Countryside Istanbul Turkish women

Turkish Women in the Countryside near Istanbul Turkish women near Constantinople view an appearance in the sky, A group of Turkish women sitting on the ground in a landscape near Constantinople view a phenomenon in the form of a human figure (constellation?) in the sky. It seems as if an old underpainting is coming through the layer of paint, but the hazy appearance of the spirit in the sky is indeed intended. The story underlying this painting is unknown. Maybe Vanmour has portrayed a Turkish folk tale or are it the hallucinations of the opium-smoking women ?, vision, Turkey, Constantinople, Jean Baptiste Vanmour, c. 1720 - c. 1737, canvas, oil paint (paint), h 44 cm × w 58 cm

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Phaeton Apollo Phaeton vient demander au Soleil dance son Palais Featured Print

Phaeton Apollo Phaeton vient demander au Soleil dance son Palais

Phaeton and Apollo Phaeton vient demander au Soleil dance son Palais, conductor de son Char (title on object) Les peintures de Charles le Brun et d'Eustache Le Sueur qui sont dance (... ) la maison du President Lambert (series title), Phaethon begs the sun god Apollo, to be allowed to ride the sun car for a day. Apollo spreads his hands above his son's head. On the left men control the horses in front of the solar car. Aurora, the goddess of dawn, flies with her torch in the middle. Right Father Time with his scythe, Ceres with ears of corn, and the Hours with flowers in his hands. Bottom left the Vier Winden. To the painting in the Chambre des Muses in the Hotel Lambert. Print is part of a series of prints after the paintings in the Hotel Lambert in Paris, Phaethon asks Apollo (Sol) for the chariot of the sun, Father Time, man with wings and scythe, (story of) Aurora (Eos), Aurora (Ripa), gods of the winds, Charles Dupuis (mentioned on object), Paris, 1720 - 1733 and/or 1740, paper, engraving, h 477 mm × w 580 mm

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