Barcelona, Placa de la Veronica May 2003. The statue and pillars covered with graffiti and colorfully decorated – or smudged. Twelve years later the they are cleaned – and fenced. Art picture every day until 1 Jan 2016! See all: … Continue reading
La Seu, Barcelona Cathedral is a grand building (read more about La Seu here), like most of the gothic cathedrals. In the cloister garden of the cathedral is a medieval fountain dedicated to St. George, patron saint of Barcelona. In … Continue reading
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Tagged art, ArtForEndOf2015, Barcelona, history, La Seu, St. George, statue
In front of Viru shopping center in Tallinn, Estonia, you can find this lovely lady. She is Hämarik, or Twilight, a statue made by Mare Mikoff, Estonian sculptor. Especially the eyes of Hämarik got quite an attention in POTN photography forum … Continue reading
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After three war victories (against Denmark 1864, Austria 1866 and France 1870-1) Prussia built the Victory Column (Siegessäule) to commemorate the wins. The statue was inaugurated 1873. Originally the column was located on the Königsplatz near the Reichstag building and had three rings. It was … Continue reading
I spent some time in Berlin this summer. I’ll post during the coming days and weeks my views and thoughts from that visit. * * * What is the meaning of the perspective? Here are two works of art in Mehringplatz, … Continue reading
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Tagged art, Berlin, Don John, Mehringplatz, mural, perspective, Rainer Kriester, statue
May I introduce my self: I’m Havis Amanda, a nude statue in Helsinki. My father is Ville Vallgren, a Finnish sculptor. I was born in Paris 1906 and moved to Helsinki in 1908 where my home is at Market Square. … Continue reading
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Seen in Stockholm, Sweden, on a black steel statue in the center of the city.
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At almost 4,000 meters (about 12,600 feet) above sea level, Christ the Redeemer of the Andes (in Spanish Cristo Redentor de los Andes) must be one of the highest located large monuments in the world. The figure facing the line of the … Continue reading
Oh, no! – That was cruel, clumsy and bad-tasted title for this post of a beautiful head statue and a dress next to it, pictured in the Tea and Coffeeroom Helmi at the Old Town of Porvoo, Finland. (My good friend Les … Continue reading