RMKWDJ62–THE DEATH OF SOCRATES, by Jacques Louis David, 1787, French Neoclassical painting, oil on canvas. Greek Classical philosopher Socrates about to drink poison hemlock as the price of maintaining his beliefs. Most of his disciples are grieving, except for the meditative Plato seated on left. Apollodorus, is behind Plato, leaning against the wall while Crito grasps Socratess thigh (BSLOC 2017 9 145)
RMF7PGW0–Tsarist Russia's governor lived in a neoclassical mansion in Verkiai, Vilnius, Lithuania.
RM2AJRCX0–JACQUES-LOUIS DAVID (1748-1825) French neoclassical painter
RMJ2PWM1–Deluge. Plaster cast statue by Dutch Neoclassical sculptor Mathieu Kessels (1832-1835) on display in the Royal Museums of Fine Arts in Brussels, Belgium.
RMDBYHMG–François-Édouard Picot (1786-1868), neoclassical french painter.
RM2A5YYJ1–Portrait by Angelica Kauffman (1741-1807) Austrian Neoclassical painter. Dated 1807
RMBG8KF6–MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS (Szépművészeti). Facade of the neoclassical building located in the Heroes' Square. Budapest. Hungary.
RMEM4XTN–Angelika Kauffmann (Chur 1741 – 1807 Rome ) Portrait of Thomas Read 1775 Swiss born Austrian Neoclassical painter
RFK5081R–Ancient high big clay stove richly decorated in neoclassical style with statues and bas-relief, placed indoor in Augsburg Germany. By unidentified author published on Le Tour du Monde Paris 1862
RM2CGHHJP–Vintage Illustration 1800's Saint Paul's Cathedral Christopher Wren (English architect, 1632-1723) ca. 1840-ca. 1890 (print) 1675-1710 (building) London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom Neoclassical Architecture Saint Paul's Cathedral, London, England UK
RMHW2324–Antoine-Jean Gros, 1771 – 1835, aka Baron Gros. French history and neoclassical painter. .
RMEFJ758–Neoclassical library Biblioteca Marti, Santa Clara, Cuba
RMD45YR8–Finland, Southern Finland, view of the neoclassical Mustio Manor, built in 1783 - 1792
RMDYEBD3–The Museo del Prado. The main Spanish national art museum located in central Madrid. Built with a Neoclassical architecture. Madrid. Spain 2013
RM2AK7D5T–JACQUES-LOUIS DAVID (1748-1825) French neoclassical painter in a self portrait from 1794 in the Louvre
RMR0FDX3–Neoclassical buildings across Bridge of Civilization, Skopje, Skopje Region, Republic of North Macedonia
RM2F2TNK6–Neoclassical, Classical or Grecian Bathhouse (1827) Vintage Architectural Drawing, Aquatint or Engraving by James Thomson (1827)
RM2A5YYJ0–Painting titled 'The Disarming of Cupid' by Angelica Kauffmann (1741-1807) Austrian Neoclassical painter. Dated 1800
RMBG8KE6–MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS (Szépművészeti). Facade of the neoclassical building located in the Heroes' Square. Budapest. Hungary.
RMACDBP1–Vienna Austria Parliament Neoclassical Austrian History Historic Statue Sculpture
RMFENH9C–Jacques-Louis David (1748-1825). French painter. Neoclassical style. Self Portrait. 1794. Louvre Museum. France. Paris.
RMW3G0EY–1950s, historical, Washington D.C, USA, picture from this era of the Capitol Building, the home of the US Congess and the seat of the legislative branch of the U.S Federal Government. Built in a neoclassical design, when it was expanded in the 1850s, a large cast-iron dome replaced the original smaller lower dome of 1818.
RMF30KMW–Ospringe Place, Kent, Neoclassical style with Greek Doric porch
RMH8P7EW–Dublin, Ireland- The Custom House, neoclassical 18th-century building in Dublin, Ireland which houses the Department of Housing.
RMGF04FE–Vases and Fireplaces, Neoclassical design by Ennemond-Alexandre Petitot, 1727-1801, a French-born architect, The Bride, 1776
RMP8ADKF–Hiram Powers, 1805-1873. American neoclassical sculptor. After a work by Alonzo Chappel.
RMDMAWYR–CHURCH OF THE MADELEINE IN A NEOCLASSICAL ARCHITECTURAL STYLE, PLACE DE LA MADELEINE, PARIS (75), FRANCE
RMTAG60P–Protestant/ Evangelical Church (Evangelische Dorfkirche) in Alt - Tegel district of Berlin built in Neoclassical style in 1911, Berlin, Germany, Europe - archive image taken ca 1984
RMKP82HP–Kingston City Hall with its tholobate and dome clearly visible is built in the Neoclassical style and was designed by architect George Browne.
RMEFJ757–Neoclassical library Biblioteca Marti, Santa Clara, Cuba
RMD45YN4–Finland, Southern Finland, view of the neoclassical Mustio Manor, built in 1783 - 1792
RMDYEBD4–The Museo del Prado. The main Spanish national art museum located in central Madrid. Built with a Neoclassical architecture. Madrid. Spain 2013
RMBX74T6–the neoclassical jeu de paume, part of the centre national de la photographie
RMBPTFDB–Voorhees Memorial Seal Pond, neoclassical style monument in Civic Center Park, Denver, Colorado, USA
RM2F2TNJ4–Neoclassical Water Gate or Watergate & Yacht (1827) Vintage Architectural Drawing, Aquatint or Engraving by James Thomson (1827)
RM2A5YYGH–Oath of the Horatii' by Jacques-Louis David (otherwise known as Le Serment des Horaces), 1784. A huge success with both the public and critics, it is one of the best known Neoclassical style paintings.
RMCY68CX–Spain. Barcelona. Statue of Neptune by Nicolau Trave. 18th Century. Neoclassical style. Fountain. La Llotja.
RM2A84N1T–The Three Graces by Antonio Canova (1757-1822) is a Neoclassical sculpture, in marble, of the mythological three charities, daughters of Zeus, from left to right, Euphrosyne, Aglaea and Thalia, Greek, Italian, Italy.
RMFJNP1P–Psyche revived by Cupid's Kiss. Sculpture by Italian neoclassical sculptor Antonio Canova (1757-1822). Marble, 1787. Louvre.
RFD31R92–Snellville City Hall, an example of Neoclassical Federalist Period architecture, in Snellville (Metro Atlanta), Gwinnett County, Georgia. (USA)
RM2DJ5J5C–British Neoclassical style frame, Unknown framemaker, 20th century, Wood and compo, gilt and patinated
RM2GBCTFE–Mexico City,Cuauhtemoc Tabacalera,Museo Nacional de San Carlos National Museum exterior outside,Palacio del Conde de Buenavista palace neoclassical st
RMH8P7EX–Dublin, Ireland- The Custom House, neoclassical 18th-century building in Dublin, Ireland which houses the Department of Housing.
RMGF04GX–Vases and Fireplaces, Neoclassical design by Ennemond-Alexandre Petitot, 1727-1801, a French-born architect, A sutler or victual
RMD20RRT–Signature of Maria Anna Angelika or Angelica Katharina Kauffman, 1741 –1807. Swiss-Austrian Neoclassical artist.
RMFAFEAK–Auguste listening to the reading of the Aeneid 1836 by Jean Dominique Ingres 1780-1867. French Neoclassical painter. Romantic style
RMGDW5BM–Jacques-Louis David (1748 –1825) was an influential French painter in the Neoclassical style. He became an active supporter of the French Revolution and friend of Maximilien Robespierre. He virtually became dictator of the arts under the French Republic, but was imprisoned after Robespierre's fall from power.
RMKP82GM–Kingston City Hall is built in the Neoclassical style and was designed by architect George Browne it is seen here from the back which faces King St E.
RFBT9X54–District court, 1914, neoclassical, Ferlach, Carinthia, Austria, Europe
RMD45YK7–Finland, Southern Finland, view of the neoclassical Mustio Manor, built in 1783 - 1792
RMDYEBD5–The Museo del Prado. The main Spanish national art museum located in central Madrid. Built with a Neoclassical architecture. Madrid. Spain 2013
RMBX74TE–the neoclassical jeu de paume, part of the centre national de la photographie
RMBPTHYD–Voorhees Memorial Seal Pond, neoclassical style monument in Civic Center Park, Denver, Colorado, USA
RM2F2TNJ6–Neoclassical Fishing Lodge, Boathouse & Retreat (1827) Vintage Architectural Drawing, Aquatint or Engraving by James Thomson (1827)
RMBJW6PR–Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, French Neoclassical artist, 1841. Artist: Unknown
RMDNMH35–Stuart Monument, designed in 1817-1819 by the Italian Neoclassical sculptor Antonio Canova (1757-1822). Marble.
RM2A84N25–The Three Graces by Antonio Canova (1757-1822) is a Neoclassical sculpture, in marble, of the mythological three charities, daughters of Zeus, from left to right, Euphrosyne, Aglaea and Thalia, Greek, Italian, Italy.
RMF2425F–Symi neoclassical houses rising up from the waterfront.
RMECGY9N–Brandenburg Gate neoclassical triumphal arch Berlin tourists people
RM2DJ5NC3–British Neoclassical style frame, Unknown framemaker, 20th century, Wood and compo, water gilt and patinated
RMRWYEBF–Neoclassical sculpture in garden
RMH8P7F2–Dublin, Ireland- Sculpture outside of the Custom House, a neoclassical 18th-century building in Dublin, Ireland.
RMBEWP5J–Neoclassical Villa Grabau near Lucca, Tuscany, Italy
RM2K1M3F6–Saint Isaac's Cathedral or Isaakievskiy Sobor, Saint Petersburg, Russia, seen here in the 19th century. Designed by architect Auguste de Montferrand in the Late Neoclassical, Byzantine and Greek architectural styles, it was originally built as a cathedral was turned into a museum by the Soviet government in 1931. From Les Plus Belles Eglises du Monde, published 1861.
RM2A18Y1C–Auguste listening to the reading of the Aeneid 1836 by Jean Dominique Ingres 1780-1867. French Neoclassical painter. Romantic style
RMRKM224–The Concert Hall in St George's Hall, in Lime Street, in the centre of the English city of Liverpool. Built in Neoclassical style, the foundation stone was laid to commemorate the coronation of Queen Victoria in 1838. Sir Charles Cockerell was largely responsible for the decoration of the interior. The roof is a tunnel vault carried on columns of polished red granite; the walls have niches for statues and the panelled plasterwork of the vault has allegorical figures of Virtues, Science and Arts and the highly decorated floor consists of over 30,000 Minton tiles. The hall was opened in 1854.
RFJFRY07–Berlin - The neoclassical porticoes of building of Old National Gallery on the riverside.
RMCRAK5J–Neoclassical All Souls Church by John Nash, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe
RMADWBW1–Main hall and grand stairway of the new Library of Congress building 1890s. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2JYY1DW–Study for 'The Three Graces' by Antonio Canova, (1757 - 1822). Canova was an Italian Neoclassical sculptor, famous for his marble sculptures. Often regarded as the greatest of the Neoclassical artists, his artwork was inspired by the Baroque and the classical revival,
RMFXT3KJ–Russia. Saint Petersburg. State Russian Museum (Russian Museum of his Imperial Majesty Alexander III) in Mikhailovsky Palace. Neoclassical style, erected in 1819-25 and design by Carlo Rossi (1775-1849). Winter landscape.
RMPWATGY–Neoclassical building Gobierno Militar building in Barcelona, Spain
RFF5B1GR–The neoclassical Palacio de Gobierno in the historic downtown of Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico.
RFE6MB8N–Hiram Powers (1805-1873) on engraving from 1873. American neoclassical sculptor.
RM2DJ5PG0–British, Neoclassical frame, Unknown framemaker, early 19th century, Wood and compo, water gilt and patinated
RMBM46T2–Bathtub in curtained alcove in neoclassical style
RM2DFCJK5–SAINT-LOUIS PARISH CHURCH, NEOCLASSICAL ARCHITECTURE FROM 1835, ROCHEFORT, CHARENTE-MARITIME, FRANCE
RM2F69F9Y–Statue of Saint Wenceslas and the grand neoclassical Czech National Museum at Wenceslas Square in Prague, Czech Republic
RMKB0D9F–Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. Government House, Governor's Offices, Neoclassical Architectural Style. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
RFP08G6F–Brandenburger Tor, Berlin, Deutschland, Brandenburg Gate, an 18th-century neoclassical monument in Berlin, built on the orders of Prussian king Frederick William II, Germany, digital improved reproduction of an original print from the year 1881
RFJG5EY0–BERLIN, GERMANY, FEBRUARY - 14, 2017: The neoclassical building of Old National Gallery.
RMCRAK4Y–Columns of the neoclassical All Souls Church by John Nash, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe
RMB1Y98K–Department of the Treasury in Washington DC 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2JYY3TH–Remise de drapeaux 1830, Oil on Canvas by Francois Dubois (1790-1871); a French neoclassical and Orientalist painter. Distribution of flags to the National Guard, August 29, 1830
RM2H2M8WJ–Buenos Aires Argentina,Plaza de Mayo square,Catedral Metropolitana Metropolitan Cathedral,Catholic church exterior outside Neoclassical traffic
RMPEDMCF–Black and white photograph of the United States Government Building, a neoclassical building erected for the 1893 World's Fair Columbian Exposition, viewed from the southwest portion of the North Pond, from the volume 'Views of the World's Fair and Midway Plaisance, ' authored by WB Conkey, and published in Chicago by the WB Conkey company, 1894. Courtesy Internet Archive. ()
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