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Ancient Art 1st century BC

The Venus of Arles – Ancient Art

A 1.94-meter (6.4 ft) sculpture of Venus that is made of Hymettus marble and dates from the late 1st century BC. It is thought that it may be a copy of Aphrodite of Thespia by Praxiteles.

During the restoration of the sculpture, the royal sculptor François Girardon, in order to make it more decidedly Venusian, added some attributes: the apple in the right hand and the mirror in the left.

From the style of the Venus of Arles Statue, I created a home décor website. I have used the colours from the original to recreate as closely as possible the feeling of ancient Greece, which you can bring into your home with the items.

Ancient Art 1323 BC

Golden Funeral Mask of King Tutankhamun – Ancient Art


He was not a particularly notable king in his lifetime, ruling from about 1341 to 1323 BC. and dies young at 19 years.

After his death, Tutankhamun was mummified according to the Egyptian religious tradition that royal bodies should be preserved and secured for the afterlife. A 24-pound portrait mask of solid gold was placed over his head and shoulders, and he was laid in a series of nested containers—three golden coffins, a granite sarcophagus, and four gilded wooden shrines. the largest of which barely fit into the tomb’s tomb.

The Tutankhamun burial mask has inspired me to create a unique shoe design. The colours used in the original image have been incorporated into the design, giving it a modern and cool look. The wing detail on the shoes is a reference to the ancient pharaonic times, adding a touch of history. The shoe design in general is a testament to the beauty and timelessness of ancient Egyptian art.

Ancient Art dated 720 to 970

Tusk Fragment with the Ascension – Ancient Art


An ivory icon from Egypt or Palestine, dated 720 to 970. In the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

This tusk fragment, originally carved in a circle, shows one of the most important Byzantine images, the Ascension of Christ into heaven (Luke 24:50-53, Acts 1:6-11). This fragment also shows Mary (the mother of Jesus) as bishop of bishops.
Ivory was so highly valued in Byzantium that the emperors received it as tribute.

I was struck by the idea of incorporating intricate details onto bronze cutlery. This led me to create the Battlefield Cutlery deluxe set. When using this set, you will feel as though you have been transported to a luxurious Byzantine castle, complete with numerous servants at your beck and call.

Crafted with precision and attention to detail, the Battlefield Cutlery set boasts a unique design that is sure to impress. The intricate patterns etched onto the bronze cutlery are both visually stunning and functional, providing a comfortable grip for the user.

Medieval Art dates back to 1100 A.D.

The Crucifixion – Medieval Art


This medallion dates back to 1100 A.D. Made in Conques, France. In Probably from the cover of a book, it is attributed to the famous pilgrim abbey of Conques, the richest surviving repository of works by medieval goldsmiths in France. Among the rare works dispersed from his treasury in the nineteenth century, several share a distinctive technique, style and palette uniquely combined during the abbey of Begon III in the late eleventh century.

The brand name IHS and colours used in the packaging are derived from the famous artwork. The face of Christ is also printed on the bar, symbolizing purity and peace after use.

The shampoo bars are made with natural ingredients and are free from harmful chemicals. They are designed to promote healthy hair and scalp while also being environmentally friendly. The use of natural ingredients ensures that the bars are gentle on the hair and do not cause any damage.

Renaissance Art dated around 1486–88

Bowl with The Virgin and the Unicorn and arms of Matthias Corvinus and Beatrice of Aragon – Renaissance Art


This large bowl is Italian Renaissance pottery, probably dated around 1486–88.
It belonged to a set made as a present for the King and Queen of Hungary; their royal crests appear at the top, breaking the intricate border. Concentric circles of ribbons, flowers and geometric designs act as a framing for the central scene, where the woman and unicorn probably symbolize chastity. Beautiful and functional, the vessel may have simply been hung on the wall rather than used on the table.

The Allurious eye shadow palette inspired by the Virgin and Unicorn bowl is a must-have for any makeup enthusiast. Its elegant design and beautiful shades of blue offer endless possibilities for creativity and self-expression. With this product, anyone can become a skilled makeup artist and create stunning looks.

Renaissance Art dated between 1509 and 1510

Disputation of the Holy Sacrament – Renaissance Art


The Disputation of the Sacrament (Italian: La disputa del sacramento), or Disputa, is a painting by the Italian Renaissance artist Raphael. It was painted between 1509 and 1510 as the first part of Raphael’s commission to decorate with frescoes the rooms that are now known as the Stanze di Raffaello, in the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican. At the time, this room was known as the Stanza della Segnatura, and was the private papal library where the supreme papal tribunal met.

The Italian artist Raphael created a unique work with an extravaganza of colours and details to decorate the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican. I used most of the colours in the picture and added some bright of mine to create a Kindergarten website. An explosion of colours, fun elements that aim to create a friendly, caring, and fun children’s environment.

Impressionism Art dated c.1900

‘The Artist’s Garden at Giverny, c.1900’ Claude Monet – Impressionism Art


The end of the 18th century saw the rise of Impressionism, a radical art movement. Being the first art of the modern period, Impressionism focused on nature as a subject. Claude Monet, who was a French artist by profession, gave the idea of Impressionism. Throughout his life, he captured new images and transferred them to achieve abstract quality.

“The Artist’s Garden in Giverny” inspired me to create a flower shop that is both stylish and vibrant. The store will offer a wide range of flowers and arrangements suitable for different occasions. And the interior design of the store will reflect the beauty of the garden, with bright colors, a stylish image of a girl with flowers around her, which will create a welcoming atmosphere.

Surrealism Art dated 1931

Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali – Surrealism Art


The Persistence of Memory (Catalan: La persistència de la memòria) is a 1931 painting by artist Salvador Dalí and one of the most recognizable works of Surrealism.

Influential Surrealist artists like Salvador Dalí tapped into the unconscious mind to depict revelations found on the street and in everyday life. Dalí’s paintings in particular pair vivid and bizarre dreams with historical accuracy.

I created a wine website using the colours from Salvador Dali’s famous painting, The Persistence of Memory. The painting’s unique blend of warm earth tones and cool blues inspired me to create a website that would evoke a sense of sophistication and elegance.

The website features a sleek design with a minimalist layout, allowing the colours from the painting to stand out and create a striking visual impact. The warm browns and oranges of the painting are used to highlight the rich hues of the wines featured on the site, while the cool blues provide a calming backdrop for visitors to browse and explore.

Maximalism Art dated 1998

Frank Stella Eusapia 1998 (from the Imaginary Places III series) 


Frank Stella (born May 12, 1936) is an American artist known for developing a Minimalist style that rejected the emotionality of Abstract Expressionism. His earliest celebrated works were painted in black. Throughout his career, Stella shifted to a more exuberant use of colour, shapes and curving forms. He calls his artistic development an evolution from Minimalism to Maximalism.

Frank Stella’s artwork is a rich source of colors that can be used to create visually stunning designs. As part of my work on the Surf School website, I had the freedom to choose the colors that I felt worked best together. After careful consideration, I selected a range of colors that complement each other and create a vibrant and dynamic image.

These colours are perfect for creating a sense of energy and excitement, which is exactly what the Surf School website needs. By using these colours in the design, I was able to create a visually striking image that captures the spirit of surfing.

Modern Art dated 2009

Yayoi Kusama – “Flowers that Bloom at Midnight” 2009, Beverley Hills


Yayoi Kusama is an 82-year-old Japanese avant-garde artist known for her obsession with dots, and more recently, for her collaborative designs with Louis Vuitton. These large sculptures are Fiberglass reinforced plastic, metal and all-weather urethane paint, from her series “Flowers that Bloom at Midnight” and “Flowers that Bloom Tomorrow”.
Kusama was born in Japan and moved to New York in 1957, where she became associated with the abstract expressionist movement. In the sixties, she got into pop art and famously organized a series of “Body Festivals” where she painted nude participants with polka dots. She moved back to Japan in 1973 and has been voluntarily living in a mental hospital since 1977, where she has continued to make visual art and sculpture.

Yayoi Kusama is an artist known for her use of vibrant colors and unique materials in her sculptures. Her works are characterized by the use of dots, which are present in many of her creations. One such sculpture inspired me to create a 3D donut using the same dots that Yayoi is known for.

The process of creating these 3D objects was challenging but rewarding. I carefully selected the colors and materials to ensure they were in line with Yayoi’s artistic style. The end result was a stunning display of colors and textures that truly captured the essence of her work.

Overall, Yayoi Kusama’s art is truly incredible. Her use of colors and materials is unmatched, and her work continues to inspire artists around the world. I am grateful for the opportunity to have been inspired by her work and to have created my own unique pieces in her style.



Unknown Author. (1st Century BCE) Venus of Arles [Marble Sculptures]. Musée du Louvre, Paris.


Roland Unger. (2016) Tutankhamun’s golden funerary mask [Picture].  Available online:

Tutankhamun – Wikipedia [Accessed 28/2/2023].


J. Pierpont Morgan. (720–970 Radiocarbon date) Tusk Fragment with the Ascension [Picture]. Available online:

Tusk Fragment with the Ascension | The Metropolitan Museum of Art ( [Accessed 28/2/2023].


Michel David-Weill. (ca. 1100) The Crucifixion [Picture]. Available online:

The Crucifixion | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art ([Accessed 28/2/2023].


Fletcher Fund. (ca. 1486–88) Bowl with The Virgin and the Unicorn and arms of Matthias Corvinus and Beatrice of Aragon [Picture]. Available online:

Bowl with The Virgin and the Unicorn and arms of Matthias Corvinus and Beatrice of Aragon | Italian, Pesaro | The Metropolitan Museum of Art ( [Accessed 28/2/2023].


Raphael. (1509–1510) Disputation of the Holy Sacrament [Picture]. Available online:

Disputa del Sacramento (Rafael) – Disputation of the Holy Sacrament – Wikipedia [Accessed 28/2/2023].


Claude Monet. (1900) The Artist’s Garden at Giverny [Oil]. Available online:

Monet – Monets Garten in Giverny – The Artist’s Garden at Giverny – Wikipedia [Accessed 28/2/2023].


Salvador Dali. (1931) Persistence of Memory [Oil]. Available online:

The Persistence of Memory – The Persistence of Memory – Wikipedia [Accessed 28/2/2023].


Frank Stella. (1936) Eusapia [Print]. Available online:

FRANK STELLA (American, b. 1936). Jundapur and Esapia (pair), (from | Lot #70192 | Heritage Auctions ( [Accessed 28/2/2023].


Yayoi Kusama. (2009) Flowers That Bloom at Midnight [Sculpture]. Beverly Hills.  Available online:

Yayoi Kusama: Flowers that Bloom – Canadian Art Junkie [Accessed 28/2/2023].