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Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Lady and Amor", 1927.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Negro", 1928.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Night in Paris", 1928.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Venus", 1925.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Woman With Accordion", 1934.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "The Depression", 1934.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 Carved wooden chair made by Asmundur Sveinsson in 1919.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Water Carrier", 1936.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Weather Tellers", 1934.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Washerwomen", 1936.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Blacksmith", 1936.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Captured by Giants", 1949.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Hell Ride", 1944.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Sorcerer", 1946.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "David and Goliath", 1952.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Harmony of the Spheres", 1959.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Electricity", 1955.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Boy and Girl", 1931.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Moorland Flight", 1933.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Mother Earth", 1936.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "War and Flight", 1943.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Asmundarsafn
 "Sisters", 1934.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 Self portrait by Louisa Mathiasdottir (one of the artists exhibited) from 1982.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Yellow" (1990) by Louisa Mathiasdottir.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Picnic" by Louisa Mathiasdottir, 1968.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Landscape and Yellow Sky" by Louisa Mathiasdottir, 1989.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Still Life with Mortar and Pestle" by Louisa Mathiasdottir from 1990.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Temma With Baby Carriage" (1948) by Louisa Mathiasdottir.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Ellen and Temma" (1952) by Louisa Mathiasdottir.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Temma Reclining" (1966) by Louisa Mathiasdottir.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Lee and Temma on Couch" (1970) by Louisa Mathiasdottir.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Icelandic Village" by Louisa Mathiasdottir.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Reykjavik Harbour" by Louisa Mathiasdottir, 1991.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 Untitled view of Reykjavik, Louisa Mathiasdottir.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 Self portrait by Louisa Mathiasdottir.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Ellen and Ragna" (1946) by Louisa Mathiasdottir.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 Detail of "Ellen and Ragna".
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Vision and Reality" by Johannes Kjarval (1957).
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 Detail of "Vision and Reality".
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Tapestry in Oil Colours" (1956) by Johannes Kjarval.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Critique" (1947), Johannes Kjarval.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 Detail of "Critique" (Johannes Kjarval).
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Snow and Gully" by Johannes Kjarval, 1954.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Out of the Window", Johannes Kjarval.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 Detail from "Out of the Window" shows impressionistic influence.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 Portrait from 1955 by Johannes Kjarval.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "The Village" (1967), Johannes Kjarval.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Path of the Sun" (1955), Johannes Kjarval.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Skjaldmey" (1961), Johannes Kjarval.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "The Sisters from Stapi" (1948), Johannes Kjarval.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Above Clouds (Butterfly Strokes)" by Johannes Kjarval, 1967.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Mouth of a Fjord" by Johannes Kjarval, 1947.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "The Girl" by Johannes Kjarval, 1953.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Mount Lomagnupur" by Johannes Kjarval, 1944.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Mount Skjaldbreidhur" by Johannes Kjarval, 1962.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Spring Thaw at Mount Esja" by Johannes Kjarval, 1957.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Mount Esja" (1959) by Johannes Kjarval.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 Johannes Kjarval painted many landscapes like this scene from 1950.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 1950 landscape by Johannes Kjarval.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Mount Dyrfjoll" by Johannes Kjarval from 1927.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Autumn Colours at Sneifellsnesi" by Johannes Kjarval (1948).
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Canopies of Sprng" by Johannes Kjarval, 1964.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Kjarvalsstadir
 "Canopies of Sprng" (detail) by Johannes Kjarval.
Iceland
Golden Circle
Thingvellir
 Flag marking the location of the Althingi (the Viking Parliament) dating from 930.
India
Delhi
Old Delhi
Jami Masjid
 The mosque was completed in 1658 by the fifth Moghul Emperor, Shah Jahan.
India
Delhi
Old Delhi
Jami Masjid
 The dome and minaret are made of sandstone and marble.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
 The Red Fort was built by the third Moghul Emperor, Akbar.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
 Chatta Chowk was the covered bazaar.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
 Numbat Khana where the royal musicians used to play.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Public Audiences
 The Hall of Public Audiences where the emperor heard petitions from the public.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Public Audiences
 The interior of the Hall of Public Audiences.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Public Audiences
 The Marble Throne.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Public Audiences
 The Marble Throne was once inlaid with precious stones looted in 1857.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Public Audiences
 Carved marble walls.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
 The Hall of Private Audiences.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
 The Hall of Private Audiences was where meetings were held with visiting heads of state.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
 The Hall is made of marble.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
 Inlaid flowers.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
 Marble carving.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
 The Hall is highly decorated.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
 The base of the throne which was looted by the Persians in 1739.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
 The silver ceiling was removed by the Marathas in 1760.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
 The interior of the Hall of Private Audiences is decorated and inlaid.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
 The upper region are decorated with Urdu poetry.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
 "If on Earth there is a paradise of bliss - it is this, it is this, it is this".
India
Delhi
Red Fort
 The Royal Baths.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
 Marble column in the Royal Baths.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Khas Mahal
 The Khas Mahal where the emperor lived.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Khas Mahal
 The hallways.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Khas Mahal
 Corner of the Khas Mahal.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
 The Pearl Mosque dates from 1659.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
 The Red Fort covers a large area and is like a city within a city.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
 One of the many buildings in the complex.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
 India's Independence was declared from the Red Fort.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
 Many of the buildings feature marble screens.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
 Carved marble screen.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
 Carved sandstone walls.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
 Water feature.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
 Marble fountain.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
 Cutting the grass.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2018 KryssTal

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