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PALAZZO REALE
QUIRINALE
PALAZZO ESTENSE
PALAZZO FARNESE
PONTE VECCHIO
RE SOLE
BASTIGLIA
SANPIETROBURGO
LUIGI XVI
PALAZZO D'INVERNO
HERMITAGE
BOLSHOI
CONTE UGOLINO
TRIANON
LOUVRE
PALAZZO PETERHOF
ARBAT
VILLA TORRIGIANI 
AIX EN PROVENCE
COLORADO
DE CHIRICO
LA MARINA
AMERIGO VESPUCCI
EMOTIONS COLLECTION
Emotions  
The classic "Emozioni" ("Emotions") door line reflects the cultural movement of Neoclassicism, which was created and developed in Europe and America between the eighteenth and twentieth centuries, with renewed interest in ancient art. The expressive fields most utilised by neoclassical artists were sculpture and architecture, inspired by a strong desire to break with traditional culture, animated by a strong faith in nature and reason. These have become the universal values that guide the art of ideas. Neoclassicism incorporates some elements of classical Greek Roman architecture as a desire to earnestly and impressively represent, essentially recovering simple shapes such as squares or triangles. Neoclassical culture as an artistic expression in your home.
  1. Palazzo Reale
    Palazzo Reale
  1. Quirinale
    Quirinale
  1. Palazzo Estense
    Palazzo Estense
  1. Palazzo Farnese
    Palazzo Farnese
  1. Ponte Vecchio
    Ponte Vecchio
  1. Re Sole, Bastiglia, Sanpietroburgo & Luigi XVI
    Re Sole, Bastiglia, Sanpietroburgo & Luigi XVI
  1. Palazzo d'Inverno, Hermitage, Bolshoi & 
Conte Ugolino
    Palazzo d'Inverno, Hermitage, Bolshoi & Conte Ugolino
  1. Trianon
    Trianon
  1. Louvre, Palazzo Peterhof, Arbat & 
Villa Torrigiani
    Louvre, Palazzo Peterhof, Arbat & Villa Torrigiani
  1. Aix En Provence, Colorado, De Chirico , La Marina & Amerigo Vespucci
    Aix En Provence, Colorado, De Chirico , La Marina & Amerigo Vespucci