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Scotvs Capitis

Digital paint of a sculpture, Capitoline Museum, Palazzo Nuovo, Rome. Photo from a series done in the early 1900s by the Alinari brothers. ALINARI: Photographic documentation of art and architecture in Italy compiled by Alinari in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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Your best yet!


We need to come up with some sort of term for your historical/artifact art.



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This is some of the strangest, most fascinating, creepy yet captivating art.


It is reminiscent of when they reconstruct a face from a skull.


With some refinement, I can see this being a component of a Discovery Channel program, or a visual addtion to a museums attribution to a bust.


It conveys far more than a white, eyeless statue.

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Thanks for the comment, 4to2centophilia. If you ever run into someone looking for artistic colorations or impressions for Discover Channel, I'm available, LOL!


Or when you publish your next masterpiece on Roman Emperors, give me a shout. ;)

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