Located in Zadar, a 3,000-year-old city on the coast of Croatia, there is an experimental musical instrument: a sea organ which turns Mediterranean waves into Music. It is created by the Croatian architect Nikola Bašić (born 1946).
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A beautiful painting by Marguerite Gérard: “Painter when painting a portrait of a lute player”. Around the year 1790 (we are sure that it is before 1803).
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The Wedding at Cana (or The Wedding Feast at Cana) is a massive oil painting (666 cm × 990 cm – 262 in × 390 in) by Paolo Veronese, the Italian late-Renaissance or Mannerist painter. He is most famous for large history paintings of both religious and mythological subjects. The painting is on display in the Musée du Louvre in Paris, where it is the largest painting in that museum’s collection.
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“Entr’acte” is a beautiful wooden sculpture created by the Russian sculptor Yuri Firsanov. It is a piece of art-works collection “Associations”. Year Created: 2000. Now the exceptional work is owned by private Russian collector.
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