An avenue lined with statues in a pine forest, jets of water issuing from the ground, various figures in center, a small building in background center, from 'Views of the villa at Pratolino' (Vues de la villa de Pratolino)
Stefano della Bella (Italian, Florence 1610–1664 Florence)
Architectural drawing for a frame ("looking glass frame for President's house") for Dolley Madison, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.
Working drawing showing looking glass frame and mantel in Blue Room as elevation; rendering.
Séboûah - temple - colosse et sphinx de la partie gauche de l'avenue / FT [monogram] Félix Teynard phot.
General view of colossus and sphinx on the left side of the avenue approaching the temple at Es-Sebua, Egypt.
These two desert friends engaged in an ancient conversation were discoverd by Teynard on a sand-swept avenue leading to one of two New Kingdom (1400-1200 B.C.) temples at the site of Es-Sebua, in Nubia. Félix T... more
Ruins along the avenue of Sphinxes as seen from "point G" showing palms and temple ruins in the distance (see map, pl. 42 bis).