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Hidden Birds - In recent years seventeenth century birds like these Amsterdam beauties have popped up from behind the 18th century plaster on several occasions. Painted ceiling.

Hidden Birds - In recent years seventeenth century birds like these Amsterdam beauties have popped up from behind the century plaster on several occasions.

Hidden Birds - In recent years seventeenth century birds like these Amsterdam beauties have popped up from behind the 18th century plaster on several occasions. Painted ceiling.

Hidden Birds - In recent years seventeenth century birds like these Amsterdam beauties have popped up from behind the century plaster on several occasions.

Hidden Birds - In recent years seventeenth century birds like these Amsterdam beauties have popped up from behind the 18th century plaster on several occasions. Painted ceiling.

Hidden Birds - In recent years seventeenth century birds like these Amsterdam beauties have popped up from behind the century plaster on several occasions.

PAINTED CEILING - Migratory Birds in a Rococo Room  - New Painted Ceiling in the former British consulate, a sketch, a reminiscence of the painting missing here for almost 120 years. Birds were added to the image, pulling threads and twines from the drawing or the canvas, emphazising the temporary character of Dido and Aeneas' love and goodbye scene, but also referring to the illusion of permanence in an 18th century interior monument like this -  Peter Korver | Amsterdam 2008

Migratory birds in a Rococo room - Peter Korver

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Peter Korver - 1730's room in former British consulate of Amsterdam.

Migratory Birds in a Rococo Room - New Painted Ceiling in the former British consulate, a sketch, a reminiscence of the painting missing here for almost 120 years.

PAINTED CEILING - Albert Eckhout's 17th century birds from Brasil, painted on the ceiling of the mainhall in "Hoflössnitz" castle (Radebeul - East Germany). Untill the mid 1970's tourguides told visitors  these were fantasy creatures from fairy tales. Today they are treasured as some of the first examples of Natural History illustrations from Brasil - South America.

Albert Eckhout's century birds from Brazil, painted on the ceiling of the mainhall in "Hoflössnitz" castle (Radebeul, East Germany). They are some of the first examples of Natural History illustrations from South America.

PAINTED CEILING - Migratory Birds in a Rococo Room - New Painted Ceiling in the former British consulate of Amsterdam. It's a sketch, a reminiscence of the painting missing here for almost 120 years. Birds were added to the image, pulling threads and twines from the drawing or the canvas, emphazising the temporary character of Dido and Aeneas' love and goodbye scene, but also referring to the illusion of permanence in an 18th century interior monument like this - Peter Korver | Amsterdam…

Migratory birds in a Rococo room - Peter Korver

A restored 16 century palazzo -Venice

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DESIGN THAT INSPIRES Aman Canal Grande Venice A restored palazzo complete with handmade Murano chandeliers. Photo by Simon Watson. ((Love the ceiling)

Embrace your Inner Traverse Rod — pinch pleat draperies are #1 for mid century homes --- Retro Renovation

Embrace your Inner Traverse Rod - pinch pleat draperies are #1 for mid century homes

Embrace your Inner Traverse Rod - pinch pleat draperies are for mid century homes - Retro Renovation

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