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Images Dated 19th September 2005

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Choose from 409 pictures in our Images Dated 19th September 2005 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Millau viaduct spanning the Tarn Gorge, southern France Featured 19 Sep 2005 Print

Millau viaduct spanning the Tarn Gorge, southern France

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Millau viaduct spanning the Tarn Gorge, southern France
At 336 metres the cable-stayed Viaduc de Millau is the highest bridge in the world and 2.5 kms long. Designed by British architect Sir Norman Foster the viaduct is higher than the Eiffel Tower. Costing 400 millions euros it was completed in December 2004 in 39 months.
Mark Boulton
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The Entourage of Cleopatra, 1746-47. Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo Featured 19 Sep 2005 Print

The Entourage of Cleopatra, 1746-47. Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

The Entourage of Cleopatra, 1746-47. One of the most important commissions carried out by Tiepolo in the 1740s was, without a doubt, the decoration of the Palazzo Labia in Venice. Tiepolo's scenes, The Meeting of Anthony and Cleopatra and The Banquet of Cleopatra, are staged within an illusory architecture, the scenic framework lending them a theatrical character. The two female servants with the dog are typical secondary figures, used time and again by Tiepolo in numerous works to enrich the main action

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Wheatfield with Crows, (detail) 1890. Artist: Vincent van Gogh Featured 19 Sep 2005 Print

Wheatfield with Crows, (detail) 1890. Artist: Vincent van Gogh

Wheatfield with Crows, (detail) 1890. In Auvers, Van Gogh painted a large number of landscapes with wheatfields, all on unusual, elongated canvases (50 x 100 cm). He wrote to Theo about two of these works: They depict vast, distended wheatfields under angry skies, and I deliberately tried to express sadness and extreme loneliness in them. But these pictures also had a positive side: I am almost certain that these canvases illustrate what I cannot express in words, that is, how healthy and reassuring I find the countryside. Painted in the last weeks of his life. From the collection of the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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