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Discover the rich tapestry of Italian culture and history through these captivating images

Background imageItalian Collection: PARADISO: DORE. Beatrice leads Dante into the Empyrean, or highest level of Heaven

PARADISO: DORE. Beatrice leads Dante into the Empyrean, or highest level of Heaven, where he beholds the angels and souls of the blessed forming a snow white rose in attendance upon the Deity

Background imageItalian Collection: Roman memento mori mosaic

Roman memento mori mosaic. Mosaics consist of small pieces of coloured glass or stone, used to form an image or pattern on a floor or wall

Background imageItalian Collection: Roman seafood mosaic

Roman seafood mosaic. Mosaics consist of small pieces of coloured glass or stone, used to form an image or pattern on a floor or wall

Background imageItalian Collection: PUCCINI: TOSCA POSTER, 1900. Poster by Hohenstein for the first production of Puccini s

PUCCINI: TOSCA POSTER, 1900. Poster by Hohenstein for the first production of Puccini s
PUCCINI: TOSCA POSTER, 1900. Poster by Hohenstein for the first production of Puccinis opera Tosca, 1900

Background imageItalian Collection: DANTE: DIVINE COMEDY. Frontispiece of Dantes Divine Comedy, showing Dante (in

DANTE: DIVINE COMEDY. Frontispiece of Dantes Divine Comedy, showing Dante (in a red robe) being led by Virgil (in a blue robe) through the agonies of hell. Italian manuscript illumnination

Background imageItalian Collection: Cross-section of Filippo Brunelleschis design for the dome of Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral in

Cross-section of Filippo Brunelleschis design for the dome of Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral in Florence, Italy
FLORENCE: BRUNELLESCHI. Cross-section of Filippo Brunelleschis design for the dome of Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral in Florence, Italy. Contemporary drawing by Lodovico Cardi da Cigoli

Background imageItalian Collection: CANALETTO: THAMES

CANALETTO: THAMES
The River Thames with St. Pauls Cathedral on Lord Mayors Day. Oil on canvas by Giovanni Antonio Canaletto, c1750

Background imageItalian Collection: Plague doctor, 17th century artwork

Plague doctor, 17th century artwork
Plague doctor. 17th century artwork titled Doktor Schnabel von Rom (Beak Doctor from Rome). The text is in Latin. The costumes bronze mask contained aromatic herbs and reduced exposure to bad air

Background imageItalian Collection: ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI (c1181-1226). Italian friar. St. Francis preaching to the birds

ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI (c1181-1226). Italian friar. St. Francis preaching to the birds. Predella panel

Background imageItalian Collection: Italy, Sicily, Punta Secca, The house of fictional TV detective Inspector Montalbano, Punta Secca

Italy, Sicily, Punta Secca, The house of fictional TV detective Inspector Montalbano, Punta Secca, Santa Croce Camerina

Background imageItalian Collection: Skull anatomy by Leonardo da Vinci

Skull anatomy by Leonardo da Vinci. Historical artwork and notes on the anatomy of the human skull and teeth, by the Italian artist and scientist Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)

Background imageItalian Collection: DANTE: PARADISE. The Saintly Throng in the Form of a Rose (Canto 31, lines 1-3)

DANTE: PARADISE. The Saintly Throng in the Form of a Rose (Canto 31, lines 1-3). Wood engraving by Gustave Dor

Background imageItalian Collection: Maps of Italy in ancient times

Maps of Italy in ancient times
Map of early tribes in Italy (top). of the Roman hills (lower left). and the vicinity of Rome (right) in the time of the Roman Empire. Printed color lithograph of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageItalian Collection: HAYEZ: THE KISS. Francesco Hayez (1791-1882): The Kiss. Canvas

HAYEZ: THE KISS. Francesco Hayez (1791-1882): The Kiss. Canvas

Background imageItalian Collection: MAP OF ITALY, c1585. By Ignazio Danti from Sistine Chapel Gallery of Maps

MAP OF ITALY, c1585. By Ignazio Danti from Sistine Chapel Gallery of Maps

Background imageItalian Collection: The Pazzi Madonna (Virgin and Child) Marble, c1417-18. Donatello (c1386-1466) Florentine sculptor

The Pazzi Madonna (Virgin and Child) Marble, c1417-18. Donatello (c1386-1466) Florentine sculptor. Italian

Background imageItalian Collection: CARAVAGGIO: ST. PAUL. Conversion of St. Paul. Oil on canvas, c1603

CARAVAGGIO: ST. PAUL. Conversion of St. Paul. Oil on canvas, c1603

Background imageItalian Collection: HEAD OF MEDUSA by Caravaggio: oil on canvas, 1596

HEAD OF MEDUSA by Caravaggio: oil on canvas, 1596

Background imageItalian Collection: Giacomo Puccini (1858 -1924) Italian composer of operas. Poster for Madama Butterfly

Giacomo Puccini (1858 -1924) Italian composer of operas. Poster for Madama Butterfly (Madame Butterfly) an opera in three acts, with an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa

Background imageItalian Collection: Da Vincis crossbow

Da Vincis crossbow. Late 19th Century reproduction of a page from a notebook written by Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), showing his design for a giant crossbow. Published circa 1894-1904

Background imageItalian Collection: Bay of Naples, Italy, 1800s

Bay of Naples, Italy, 1800s
Bay of Naples in the mid-1800s. Color lithograph of a 19th-century Samuel Read illustration

Background imageItalian Collection: DANTEs PARADISE: EMPYREAN. Beatrice leads Dante into the Empyrean, or highest level of heaven

DANTEs PARADISE: EMPYREAN. Beatrice leads Dante into the Empyrean, or highest level of heaven, where he beholds the angles

Background imageItalian Collection: Studies of an ox heart by Leonardo da Vinci, c1512, pen and ink

Studies of an ox heart by Leonardo da Vinci, c1512, pen and ink
LEONARDO: HEART, c1512. Studies of an ox heart by Leonardo da Vinci, c1512, pen and ink

Background imageItalian Collection: Bee anatomy, historical artwork

Bee anatomy, historical artwork
Bees anatomy. 17th Century artwork by the Italian microscopist Francesco Stelluti, showing the anatomy of bees as seen by him under a microscope

Background imageItalian Collection: Antique Damaged Map of Italy 19th Century

Antique Damaged Map of Italy 19th Century
Antique damaged map of Italy 19th Century

Background imageItalian Collection: BOTTICELLI: PRIMAVERA. Painting by Sandro Botticelli, c1477-78

BOTTICELLI: PRIMAVERA. Painting by Sandro Botticelli, c1477-78

Background imageItalian Collection: Barga, Italy

Barga, Italy
Barga. View from the mediaeval Tuscan town of Barga across the Serchio river valley, towards the summit of Pania Secca (1171 metres) in the Apuan Alps, Italy

Background imageItalian Collection: Italy, Sicily, Scicli, The Municipio, Town Hall, featured in Inspector Montalbano TV series

Italy, Sicily, Scicli, The Municipio, Town Hall, featured in Inspector Montalbano TV series

Background imageItalian Collection: Perseus and Medusa statue at Loggia dei Lanzi, Florence, Tuscany, Italy

Perseus and Medusa statue at Loggia dei Lanzi, Florence, Tuscany, Italy

Background imageItalian Collection: 16th Century Plan of Florence

16th Century Plan of Florence
16th century plan of Florence, Italy. Detail from the map of Etruria (Tuscany and Northern Lazio), in the Gallery of Maps in the Vatican Museum.The Gallery of Maps holds maps which were commissioned

Background imageItalian Collection: Roman statue of Asclepius

Roman statue of Asclepius. The cult of the deity of Greek medicine, known as Asclepius, dates from the 6th century BC. Asclepius is represented in statues holding a staff around which a serpent

Background imageItalian Collection: ZODIAC: TAURUS. Fresco, 1575, from Villa Farnese, Caprarola, Italy

ZODIAC: TAURUS. Fresco, 1575, from Villa Farnese, Caprarola, Italy

Background imageItalian Collection: Regions of Italy in the Roman Empire

Regions of Italy in the Roman Empire
Map of Italy, during the time of Caesar Augustus to Emperor Constantine. Color lithograph of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageItalian Collection: 1974 Fiat 124 Spyder

1974 Fiat 124 Spyder

Background imageItalian Collection: Map of Europe, 1600

Map of Europe, 1600
16th century map of Europe. Published in Sienna in 1600, this Italian map shows the latest knowledge of the geography of Europe

Background imageItalian Collection: 1490 Leonardo Da Vinci colour portrait

1490 Leonardo Da Vinci colour portrait
Leonardo da Vinci, Italian artist and inventor (15 April 1452 - 2 May 1519). Engraved portrait by J. Posselwhite in The Gallery of Portraits 1835 with later colouring

Background imageItalian Collection: LUCA PACIOLI (1445?-?1514). Italian mathematician and Franciscan friar. Painting

LUCA PACIOLI (1445?-?1514). Italian mathematician and Franciscan friar. Painting, 16th century

Background imageItalian Collection: Italy, Venice. Chiesa di Santa Maria della Salute and Grande Canal

Italy, Venice. Chiesa di Santa Maria della Salute and Grande Canal

Background imageItalian Collection: 16th century world map

16th century world map
World map, published around 1565 in Venice, Italy, by Italian mapmaker Ferando Bertelli. The title of the map: Universale Descrittione di Tutta la Terra Conosciuta Fin Qui

Background imageItalian Collection: APHRODITE / VENUS. Detail of Venus. Canvas, by Sandro Botticelli

APHRODITE / VENUS. Detail of Venus. Canvas, by Sandro Botticelli
APHRODITE/VENUS. Detail of Venus. Canvas, by Sandro Botticelli

Background imageItalian Collection: CJ8 3660 Ferrari Roma

CJ8 3660 Ferrari Roma
Ferrari Roma, Salon Prive, Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England, September 2020

Background imageItalian Collection: Design for a flying machine wing operated by a spring

Design for a flying machine wing operated by a spring
LEONARDO DA VINCI. Design for a flying machine wing operated by a spring

Background imageItalian Collection: Pen and ink studies, c1510, by Leonardo da Vinci of a human fetus

Pen and ink studies, c1510, by Leonardo da Vinci of a human fetus
LEONARDO: HUMAN FETUS. Pen and ink studies, c1510, by Leonardo da Vinci of a human fetus

Background imageItalian Collection: Saint Clare statue

Saint Clare statue, St Francis of Assisi churchyard, Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico. Digital photograph

Background imageItalian Collection: Canova - Bust of Napoleon N080945

Canova - Bust of Napoleon N080945
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Neo-Classical bust of Napoleon Bonaparte by Antonio CANOVA (1757-1822) from Wellington Museum

Background imageItalian Collection: Panini - Capriccio of Roman ruins with the Pantheon J880469

Panini - Capriccio of Roman ruins with the Pantheon J880469
MARBLE HILL HOUSE, Twickenham, Richmond, Middlesex. " Capriccio of Roman ruins with the Pantheon" by Giovanni Paolo PANINI (c1692-1765). Pannini

Background imageItalian Collection: Orpheus enchanting the animals N070546

Orpheus enchanting the animals N070546
APSLEY HOUSE, London. " Orpheus enchanting the animals" by Venetian School, possibly Alessandro Varotari, Il PADOVANINO (1588-1648). Previously from the Spanish Royal Collection

Background imageItalian Collection: Correggio - The Agony in the Garden K040846

Correggio - The Agony in the Garden K040846
APSLEY HOUSE, London. " The Agony in the Garden " by Antonio Allegri, called CORREGGIO (c1494-1534). (Luke xxii, 39-46) The angel appears to Christ while the Apostles Peter



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Discover the rich tapestry of Italian culture and history through these captivating images. From a mesmerizing Roman seafood mosaic to the iconic Puccini: Tosca poster, each piece tells a unique story. Journey into the depths of Dante's Divine Comedy with its intricate frontispiece, or explore Leonardo da Vinci's fascination with skull anatomy. Marvel at Filippo Brunelleschi's visionary design for Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral in Florence, while Gustave Doré's wood engraving brings to life Beatrice leading Dante into the Empyrean in Paradiso. Immerse yourself in the spiritual world as St. Francis of Assisi preaches to birds, capturing his profound connection with nature. Visit Punta Secca and step into Inspector Montalbano's fictional TV detective house, where mystery awaits around every corner. Canaletto's breathtaking depiction of Thames showcases Italy's influence beyond its borders. Experience a haunting glimpse into history with an eerie 17th-century artwork depicting a plague doctor amidst times of darkness and despair. Admire Donatello's masterful craftsmanship in The Pazzi Madonna sculpture that exudes timeless beauty. Finally, let your imagination wander along the enchanting Bay of Naples during the 1800s, where picturesque landscapes meet vibrant coastal life. Italian heritage is woven within these diverse glimpses - from artistry and spirituality to architectural marvels and natural wonders - offering a tantalizing taste of this remarkable country.