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Claude Gellée. Dit Le Lorrain.  1600 1682. Rome. Paysage maritime et  femmes Grecques en pleurs. Greek landscape and Greek women crying. Cologne.  Wallraf Richartz Museum.  Les filles du Dieu du soleil, Helios, cherchent leur frère Phaéton, lequel est tombé en conduisant le char du soleil, de son père. Elles interrogent un berger.  La Mythologie Grecque est l'occasion pour le peintre de peindre un paysage.

Claude Gellée. Dit Le Lorrain. 1600 1682. Rome. Paysage maritime et femmes Grecques en pleurs. Greek landscape and Greek women crying. Cologne. Wallraf Richartz Museum. Les filles du Dieu du soleil, Helios, cherchent leur frère Phaéton, lequel est tombé en conduisant le char du soleil, de son père. Elles interrogent un berger. La Mythologie Grecque est l'occasion pour le peintre de peindre un paysage.

Informazione Contro!: Su Mare Nostrum Tutti Contro Matteo Renzi: Dal Par...

Informazione Contro!: Su Mare Nostrum Tutti Contro Matteo Renzi: Dal Par...

11 Claude Gellée said Lorrain. View from a port with the Capitol 1636 Louvre

11 Claude Gellée said Lorrain. View from a port with the Capitol 1636 Louvre

10 Claude Gellée said Lorrain. 1602-82. Rome. Ulysses resets Chriseis to his father. Louvre

10 Claude Gellée said Lorrain. 1602-82. Rome. Ulysses resets Chriseis to his father. Louvre

Italy - Roma (Rome) under Domitian - The Colosseum

Amphitheatrum Flavianum or `The Colosseum

Turkish merchants, detail from 'The Port of Marseille', 1754, by Claude-Joseph Vernet (1714-1789)

"Turkish merchants, detail from Port of Marseille", by Claude-Joseph Vernet

Voyages sur la Méditerranée Romaine with illustrations by Jean-Claude Golvin

Voyages sur la Méditerranée Romaine with illustrations by Jean-Claude Golvin

The city and harbor of Neapolis in the Bay of Naples ~ I believe this watercolor was created by Jean-Claude Golvin and is located at the Museo Archeologico di Napoli   [http://www.flickr.com/groups/napolinobilissima/discuss/72157632652134498/#comment72157632648075745]

The city and harbor of Neapolis in the Bay of Naples ~ I believe this watercolor was created by Jean-Claude Golvin and is located at the Museo Archeologico di Napoli [http://www.flickr.com/groups/napolinobilissima/discuss/72157632652134498/#comment72157632648075745]

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