Bartłomiej Soter

Bartłomiej Soter

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Michelangelo, Pieta', Roma ( particolare )

michelangelogallery: “ Michelangelo created this masterpiece when he was just 21 years old. This famous work of art depicts the body of Jesus on the lap of his mother Mary after the Crucifixion. Michelangelo’s interpretation of the Pietà is unique.

Westwork, Abbey Church of Corvey. Germany. Late 9th century (upper stories mid-12th century)

Westwork, Abbey Church of Corvey. The Carolingian west end of the abbey, with its landmark matching towers (built survives, the earliest standing medieval structure in Westphalia.

OTTONIAN ARCHITECTURE - Cathedral of Trier, 11 and 12th century, Germany. The cathedral was built in the 4th century during the age of Constantine. It was remodelled and built again in the 11th century with a west front containing a central apse.

OTTONIAN ARCHITECTURE - Cathedral of Trier, 11 and century, Germany. The cathedral was built in the century during the age of Constantine. It was remodelled and built again in the century with a west front containing a central apse.

OTTONIAN ARCHITECTURE - The cathedral of Speyer, East-end view, Germany, begun 1030.

OTTONIAN ARCHITECTURE - The cathedral of Speyer, East-end view, Germany, begun 1030.

OTTONIAN ARCHITECTURE - Maria Laach Abbey 1093-1177, the west end with the paradisium from c. 1225, Germany. Despite its long construction time the well-preserved basilica with its six towers is considered to be one of the most beautiful Romanesque buildings in Germany. Many former changes to the buildings carried out in Gothic (e. g. steep tower roofs) and Baroque style (e. g. wider windows) have been re-altered to Romanesque style.

OTTONIAN ARCHITECTURE - Maria Laach Abbey 1093-1177, the west end with the paradisium from c. 1225, Germany. Despite its long construction time the well-preserved basilica with its six towers is considered to be one of the most beautiful Romanesque buildings in Germany. Many former changes to the buildings carried out in Gothic (e. g. steep tower roofs) and Baroque style (e. g. wider windows) have been re-altered to Romanesque style.

Exterior view of apse from Abbaye aux Dames    Location: Caen, France    c. 11th century

Exterior view of apse from Abbaye aux Dames Location: Caen, Lower Normandy Region, France.