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Jean Arp Un día, al mirar un dibujo que había roto en muchos pedacitos y tirado al suelo porque no le gustaba, se dio cuenta de que la disposición que les había dado la caída reflejaba mucho mejor la novedad plástica que trataba de obtener. Reunió los fragmentos y los pegó, yuxtaponiéndolos en la forma que dictaba la casualidad.

"Soon silence will have passed into legend. Man has turned his back on silence. Day after day he invents machines and devices that increase noise and distract humanity from the essence of life, contemplation, meditation" - Jean Arp (September 1886 – June

Pectoral Cross, 6th–7th century, Byzantine. Gold. pierced-work patterns were one of the most popular forms of jewelry in the Late Roman/Byzantine empire, from the third though the seventh century. The decoration of these objects, called diatrita in Greek and opus interrasile in Latin, ranged from simple patterns to elegantly complex motifs.

Pectoral Cross from century Byzantine. Gold objects were one of the more popular pieces of jewelry during the late Byzantine Empire.

A BYZANTINE GOLD PENDANT CROSS Circa 7th Century A.D. | Christie's

A BYZANTINE GOLD PENDANT CROSS Circa Century A. Of 'Latin' type, with a deeply-recessed cross at the transverse, each arm with a medallion depicting the bust of a haloed saint in relief, all identified by Greek inscriptions, the sides of each ar

Furore, Italy

Furore, Italy

Byzantine Encolpion in the Shape of a Cross - Date: 6th Century AD Culture: Byzantine

image for paper bag batik. Byzantine Encolpion in the Shape of a Cross - Date: Century AD Culture: Byzantine