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Salvatore Fergola, (Naples 1799 - 1874) View of Nisidia, 1954, Oil on Canvas 90com x 140cm

Juan Sáenz, Retratos de doña Ramona Antonia Musitu Zalvide-Goitia y sus hijas, Ana Ramona Icazbalceta Musitu y María Josefa Blasa Magdalena Icazbalceta Musitu, óleo sobre tela, 200 x 140 cm., 1795, colección particular (Enrique Corcuera y García Pimentel), catalogación: Juan Carlos Cancino.

Italian (?) Working dress. Great detail of the partlet this interests me verry much I want to find more images of women in that style of dress and bodice

Caroline Murat. Napoleon's younger and power hungry-sister. Portrait by François Pascal Simon Gérard.

Gallerie des Modes et Costumes Français. 13e. Cahier des Costumes Français, 7e Suite d'Habillemens à la mode. N.74 "Robe à la Versailloise de Gros de Naples..." | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

from The Huffington Post

Ancient Pompeii's Elite Ate WHAT?

His best-known work, The Last Day of Pompeii is a vast composition compared by Pushkin and Gogol to the best works of Rubens and Van Dyck. It created a sensation in Italy and established Briullov as one of the finest European painters of his day.

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The French Revolution hit the South of Italy in 1799, when a revolutionary French army invaded Naples, expelling Ferdinand and turning the kingdom (and #Apulia) into a republic. Image: Patriotic Anthem of the Napoletan Republic 1799 #AriaLuxuryVillas