Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Museo Revoltella - part 2

The flight of steps and a marble statue inside the palazzo of the Baron.
(part1)

11 comments:

Ivar Østtun said...

You've got a beautiful blog. Italy have a exciting history and beautiful architecture. And of course great red wines :-)
I have visited Genova once, but I will return to Italy for more visits.

Tash said...

OM Gosh, such beauty & a staircase too (I'm a sucker for those). Wonderful photo.

Tash said...

PS - in Pula, we mostly went to Zelenika (Valkane) and Stoja beaches (plaze). Once in a while, we'd go to Zlatne Stijene to see the Yugoslavian movie stars. I got autographs from Ljubisa Samardjic & Neda Arneric when I was 10 yrs-old. That was so cool.

Victor said...

Beautiful!

Eric said...

Wow what a great shot. I love it.

Unknown said...

Beautiful staircase! All the white statuary makes it very impressive.

Anonymous said...

Wow! very nice photo and incredible statue.

Hilda said...

Looks like the interiors might actually upstage the exhibits! Magnificent!

I have to talk with a priest-artist friend of mine to find out about the Madonna with the moon at her feet. It's so common here. I always just assumed the imagery came from Spain too (along with the religion). Now I'm curious why you don't seem to have it.

Eki said...

Superb angle and compositional elements. A beautiful place.

Thanks for commenting on my Beetle post, Rob. What does "maggiolino" mean, btw?

Jane Hards Photography said...

Marvellous image. Love of the sweep stais and the sepia tones.

Becky said...

Stunning! If only we had such fantastic places in my little town.