Marble floors: St. Peter’s Rome

These photographs were taken by Max Darby in July 2011



This file should be cross-referenced to the files titled Cut Stone and Cut Stone Landscapes.


The patterns of the various toned marble provide interesting comparisons and many ideas for artworks.


Alternatively, similar photographic studies could be made of surfaces found in the environment that provide interesting colour and textural qualities.




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