For rental apartment of charm at 1800 m above sea, in summer as well as in winter, in Avoriaz Les Portes du Soleil near Morzine, with 3 sleeping rooms and double living room , kitchen fully equipped, 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets (1 separated), WIFI, 2 TV
For sale by its owners land 954 m²
for building in Orgeval (78630).
For sale by its owners big house of 292 m² , in Orgeval, on 1750
m² of land near Paris and close to the International Lycée of St Germain en Laye.
photography is a copy oil painted by Michel Mancini on a canvas of the same dimensions
of those of the original painted with tempera on wood by Sandro Botticelli
(Height : 32 5/8 " - Width : 54 3/8 ").
This original is the
third one of a cycle of four pictures painted to celebrate the marriage which
united the Bini and Pucci families of Florence in 1483.
The four panels,
precisely drawn with brilliant and warm colouring illustrate a novel from Boccaccio's
In the above painting copy, a nude woman is pursued by an
knight and being attacked by two dogs, which is disturbing a banquet which takes
place near Ravena amongst the pines the trunks of which are used as structural
components to separate the different scenes.
In the background
to the right can be seen the tent to which Nastagio retired to mourn his fate
to be rejected by the girl he loved.
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