Italia Reggia di Caserta6 Visiting the Palace4

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Published on June 20, 2018

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Slide1: 6 Visiting the Palace REGGIA DI CASERTA 4 Slide2: The Royal Palace of Caserta (Reggia di Caserta) is a former royal residence constructed for the Bourbon kings of Naples. Caserta is located 40 kilometres north of Naples Slide4: The bedroom of Francis II Slide6: Furniture in the empire style, in mahogany wood and gilt bronzes Slide7: Luigi Postiglione (1812-1881) Jesus heals a possessed Slide8: Luigi Postiglione (1812-1881) Jesus heals a possessed Marble bust representing Saint Joseph by Sorbilli, 1854 Slide9: Marble bust representing Saint Joseph by Sorbilli, 1854 Slide10: The Virgin Mary by Alfonso Balzico, 1855 Slide11: Luigi Postiglione (1812-1881) Jesus abates the storm Slide14: Caryatids designed by Valerio Villareale and made by sculptor Domenico Masucci Slide15: The bedroom of Francis II (Francesco II was King of the Two Sicilies from 1859 to 1861) Slide16: The pavilion vault is frescoed with an allegory of the victory of Napoleon's on the Bourbons: the Glory of Theseus slaying the Minotaur Slide17: Theseus slaying the Minotaur Slide18: The bedroom of Francis II Slide19: Antechamber of Francesco II Slide20: Antechamber of Francesco II Carlo de Falco (1798-1882) Francesco I delle Due Sicilie and Maria Isabella di Borbone Slide21: The ceiling fresco is a “Bacchanal” by Franz Hill Slide22: “Bacchanal” by Franz Hill Slide23: The Alexander Room leads into the Old Apartments, dating back to the eighteenth century. In 1773, the architect Carlo Vanvitelli (1739-1821) took over from his father Luigi (1700-1773) to direct the works in this wing of the palace, which begins with the rococo grace of the rooms dedicated to the seasons Jacob Philipp Hackert Spring room Slide24: The spring room Slide25: J.P.Hackert (1737-1807) The shipyard at Castellammare at the moment when the ship Partenope launches Slide26: The frescoes in the Spring Room, originally the first antechamber to the south, were created by the painter Antonio de Dominicis (1734-1794) based on the theme of spring Slide30: Tripod flowers-holder in richly carved and gilded wood, with three gold-heightened porcelain vases Slide32: Piazza Carlo III of Bourbon seen from the window Slide33: the Summer Room Slide34: The frescoes in the Summer Room were created by the painter Fedele Fischetti (1732-1792) with Proserpine who, during summer, returns from the Kingdom of the Dead to her mother Ceres Slide35: The mythological theme alludes to the cycle of the seasons and is completed by cherubs jostling on the balustrades, which mark the painted architecture of the ceiling, a work by Giacomo Funaro, who was active in the royal apartments from 1780 to 1781 Slide37: Maria Clementina Francesca d'Asburgo, arciduchessa d'Austria Slide38: the Summer Room Slide39: Porcelain vase from the renowned manufacturer Meissen Slide40: the Summer Room Slide41: the Summer Room Slide42: The Autumn Room Slide43: The Autumn Room Slide44: Ceiling: ”The meeting between Bacchus and Ariadne", and scenes of Arcadian love, fresco by Antonio de Dominicis Slide45: The Autumn Room Slide46: The Autumn Room Slide47: The Winter Room Slide48: The Winter Room Circular table with the plan consisting of two "consoles" faced in semi-precious stones, the work of the director of the Royal Laboratory of Pietre Dure of Naples, Gaspare Mugnai Slide50: The Winter Room Slide51: The Winter Room Slide52: The Winter Room Slide53: The Winter Room Slide54: Study of King Ferdinand IV of Bourbon Slide56: Study of King Ferdinand IV of Bourbon Slide57: Study of King Ferdinand IV of Bourbon Slide58: Study of King Ferdinand IV of Bourbon Slide60: Sound : Domenico Scarlatti - 3 piano sonatas (K.11;K.159;K.322)- Michelangeli Helsinki Text: Internet Pictures: S anda Foi ş oreanu Internet Gabriela Cristescu All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation: S anda Foi ş oreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela 2018

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