Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 4 of 4 on The composition of the front makes us feel strongly the special merits of the Pantheon.....
" The composition of the front makes us feel strongly the special merits of the Pantheon. Instead of the majestic columns of Soufflot's work, his rich pediment, and the massive plain walls on each side as margin, we have in the Invalides a poor little pediment... "
Paris in Old and Present Times: With Especial Reference to Changes in Its ... - Page 153
by Philip Gilbert Hamerton - 1885 - 238 pages
Full view - About this book

The Medical Times and Register, Volumes 33-34

Medicine - 1897
...and faced with Corinthian columns and pilasters; a marble Hoor of extraordinary richness and beauty; all round the base of the dome a stair of six marble...great opening or well, with a diameter of more than, 70 feet, surrounded by a marble parapet, breast high, for the safety of the visitors who look down...
Full view - About this book

Paris as seen and described by famous writers

Esther Singleton - History - 1900 - 397 pages
...prodigious head on a small body and very narrow shoulders. The columns of the dome are in couples, with projecting masses doing the work of buttresses....the first impression of the interior. Not only do people invariably look down, but they generally gaze for a long time, as if they expected something...
Full view - About this book

Paris as Seen and Described by Famous Writers

Esther Singleton - Paris (France) - 1908 - 397 pages
...not such beautiful perspective, as the projections interfere with it. The com187 188 PARIS position of the front makes us feel strongly the special merits...the first impression of the interior. Not only do people invariably look down, but they gencrally gaze for a long time, as if they expected something...
Full view - About this book

The Cincinnati Lancet-clinic, Volume 77

Medicine - 1897
...and faced with Corinthian columns and pilasters. A marble floor of extraordinary richness and beauty; all round the base of the dome a stair of six marble...or well, with a diameter of more than seventy feet, surrounded by a marble parapet, breast high, for the safety of the visitors who look down upon it....
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download EPUB
  5. Download PDF