Nearly forgotten but glorious art, envisionings and historical oddments from the back corners of the internet
Chromolithographic plates of Ancient Roman and Etruscan decor to make your drawing room look like Pompeii before the volcano erupted. Plus one of the Parthenon that snuck in when I wasn’t looking. From Jakob Ignace Hittorff’s 1851 “Restitution du temple d’Empédocle à Sélinonte.” A Prussian architect he learned drafting from Charles Percier.
On a voyage to see how much mileage I can get from the creative ability and eye for images that my family thought was useless. On line art curator, fiction writer and now blogger. Historian's daughter. Follow me . . .even I have no idea where I'm going next.
View all posts by sarahbguestperry