Florentine Abstracts

Always Look Up

Skylight over Michelangelo’s David, Galleria dell’Accademia di Firenze, Florence, Italy. Designed by architect Emilio de Fabris and completed in 1882.as part of move of statue into the Galleria.in 1873. 

Side chapel ceiling, Baroncelli Chapel, by Taddeo Gaddi between 1328 and 1338, Basilica di Santa Croce, Florence, Italy.

Crossing Dome, The Duomo, Florence, Italy.  The painting in the enormous dome, The Last Judgment,  covers 3,600 metres (38 750 ft) of painted surface. It was started in 1568 by Giorgio Vasari and Federico Zuccari and completed in 1579.

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Vaulted Blue

Apse Ceiling Vault, 14th century, Santa Maria Novella, Florence, Italy

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Ancient Bricks

Brick construction, side wall, Pantheion, 113–125 AD, Rome, Italy

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Lines Squared:The Final Square

Looking Forward to Future Sqares Lines

Looking out a window. Grand Cloister, Basilica of San Lorenzo, Florence, Italy

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Lines Squared #29

Dome Lines

Dome, Old Sacristy, Basilica of San Lorenzo, design by Brunelleschi, 1421-1440, Florence, Italy

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Lines Squared #28

Coffered Lines

The Pantheon, Rome, Italy

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