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Patterns in Antiquity

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Hello Fili and the Restoration team,

These photographs were all taken during a recent trip to Rome this year.
I created the images with an eye toward a more abstract theme that should be complement and fit in well with your Spring catalog.

The subject theme are the geometric patterns, forms and shapes of ancient archeological architectural elements.  They are made all the more dramatic with the use of my signature high-contrast black and white rendering.

The locations included: the Pantheon, the ancient city of Ostia (the harbor city of ancient Rome), the Palatine Hill (site of the Roman Forum), the world-famous Colosseum and other elements of ancient architectural elements to be found in Rome.

I think the subject matter will be significantly attractive to the sophisticated tastes of your customers.
The images are bold, graphic and will fit into almost any interior design themes from contemporary and modern to classic and traditional.

Let me know what you think and enjoy them!

Bob Estremera