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Adolf von Hildebrand & Erwin Kurz: Wittelsbacher-Brunnen, München

Hildebrand

Roxy Music: Triptych

From their album Country Life (1974).

Nicolas-Guy Brenet: Apollon couronnant les arts

Brenet

Faustina Minor

Faustina Minor

François Boucher: Moulin à Charenton

Boucher

Jacopo Sansovino: La loggetta, Venezia

Sansovino

Boulevard des Capucines, Paris

Boulevard des Capucines

Antoine Coypel: Eliézer et Rébecca

Coypel

Odenplan

Odenplan

Radiohead: Lucky

From their album OK Computer (1997).

Vinnie Ream

Ream

Valhallavägen

Valhallavägen

Tito Schipa: Cercherò lontana terra

1932

Joseph Poelaert: Palais de Justice, Bruxelles

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Guillaume Seignac: Psyché

Alexey Shchusev: Marx-Engels-Lenin Institute, Tbilisi

Shchusev

Joseph Rhodes: Leeds from the Meadows

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10cc: Wall Street Shuffle

Live 1974. From their album Sheet Music (1974).

Royal Avenue, Belfast

Belfast

Audience: The House on the Hill

The title track of their 1971 album.

William Orpen: Mona Dunn

Orpen

Francesco Caratti: Černín Palace, Prague

Caratti

Bryan Ferry sings Aznavour’s “She”

Live at the opening of the Cannes film festival in 2009, with Aznavour singing along in the audience. They recorded a version of this song together for Aznavour’s album Duos the year before.

Andrea Schroeder: Helden

2014

François Boucher: Euterpe

Boucher


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