Un Temple Circulaire Jadis Dédié by Hubert Robert
Un Temple Circulaire Jadis Dédié by Hubert Robert

Un Temple Circulaire Jadis Dédié (A Once Dedicated Circular Temple) by French Painter Hubert Robert (1733 – 1808), who specialized in creating artwork of the Rococo, Neoclassicism, Romanticism, Realism, and Renaissance styles.

This painting by Hubert Robert shows a group of people around an ancient circular temple ruin, that has become home to birds (most likely pigeons); with two men at the side of the temple actively forcing the birds to take flight.

While two women at the front of the temple, are in a discussion in front of a part of a fallen piece of architecture that has a painting on it, of what appears to be a soldier partially embracing a nude woman that has her back to the viewer.

This is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.

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