Monday, October 09, 2006

Adventures in Italy with George Wittenberg is pleased to share with you the musings of artist George Wittenberg from his travels to Italy this summer. Also, for a limited time --now until November offers George's latest original artworks from Italy. To see this special collection click here.

Piazza del Popolo, Rome- "What a sublime day! Not a cloud in the sky and not hot! We walked to the park above the Piazza to observe its elegance from above. There is value finding differing vantage points for viewing important places in cities – especially cities of incomparable beauty like this one. The Santa Maria in Montesanto sits proudly on the side of the Piazza framing the entry to Via del Corso. Its small dome provides foreground to St. Peter’s dominant form in the background and the ancient oblisk in the center – they make a triangle of history and form that repeats itself all over Rome."

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