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by Asbjorn Lonvig
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This year and last year I have studied the antique Italy and Rome.
Antiquity.
I have seen the Roman cities in Saepinum near l'Aquila, Paestum south of Salerno, Pompei
and Collosseum and Forum Romanum in Rome.
I have seen Museo Nazionale Romano in Palazzo Massimo Alle Terme in Rome.
I have seen Classical Antiquity in The Vatican Museum.
I have seen Via Appia and the Catacombs in Rome.

I will build this Selection successively.


Septimius Severus, Forum Romanun, Rome, acrylic on canvas, 201 x 139 cm, edition 5, numbered, signed and certified. Inspired from the Arch of Septimus Severus erected  A.D. 203 in Forum Romanum. By Asbjorn Lonvig, artist.
"septimius severus"
acrylic on canvas
139 x 201 cm
five numbered, signed and certified specimens
US$ - 12500
Inspired from the Arch of Septimus Severus
erected  A.D. 203 in Forum Romanum, Rome


Opus Reticulatum, Rome, acrylic on canvas, 201 x 139 cm, numbered, signed and certified. By Asbjorn Lonvig, artist.
"opus reticulatum"
acrylic on canvas
201 x 139 cm
five numbered, signed and certified specimens
US$
- 10,000
Inspired from buildings in Saepinum, Paestum, Pompei
and Forum Romanum and antique masonry.
Most frequent types of Roman faced concrete buildings are
opus incertum, opus testaceum and opus reticulatum.



Portal of Seapinum, Saepinum, acrylic on canvas, 201 x 139 cm, numbered, signed and certified. Inspired from the north portal in Saepinum. Saepinum is a small well preserved Roman city near Sapino - not very far from l'Aquila. By Asbjorn Lonvig, artist.
"portal of seapinum"
acrylic on canvas
139 x 201 cm
five numbered, signed and certified specimens
US$ - 5,000
Inspired from the north portal in Saepinum.
Saepinum is a small well preserved Roman city near Sapino - not very far from l'Aquila.
The portal that I fist entered and the portal through which I left Saepinum -
with an experience of a lifetime.
Roman remains are no more just stones - they are keys to a storytelling treasure.
An entrance is an exit.
An exit is an entrance.


Pantheon, Rome, acrylic on canvas, 201 x 139 cm, edition 5, numbered, signed and certified. Inspired from the ceiling of Pantheon. By Asbjorn Lonvig, artist.
"pantheon"
acrylic on canvas
139 x 201 cm
five numbered, signed and certified specimens
US$ - 10,000
inspired from the ceiling of Pantheon


temple of neptune, Paestum, Rroman inspired, acrylic on canvas, 201 x 139 cm, numbered, signed and certified.
"temple of neptune"
acrylic on canvas
139 x 201 cm
five numbered, signed and certified specimens
US$
- 14,125
inspired from the temple of Neptune (Poseidon) in the Greek colony
Poseidonia south of Salona
renamed Paestum by the Romans



Via Sacra, Forum Romanum, Rome, acrylic on canvas, 201 x 139 cm, edition 5, numbered, signed and certified. inspired by the "holy street" from Colosseum to the Arc of Titus in Forum Romanum from Via Appia and from the streets in Saepinum, in Paestum and Pompei. By Asbjorn Lonvig, artist.
"via sacra"
acrylic on canvas
201 x 139 cm
five numbered, signed and certified specimens
US$ - 15,000
inspired by the "holy street" from Colosseum to the Arc of Titus in
Forum Romanum from Via Appia
and from the streets in Saepinum, in Paestum and Pompei



Colosseum, Rome, acrylic on canvas, 201 x 139 cm, edition 5, numbered, signed and certified. Inspired by my son's enthusiastic interest in gladiators, their bloody fights, their circumstances of life, and from the feeling of that violent atmosphere sitting quietly down on the first rows of the Colosseum listening to the high sounds of steel.  
"colosseum"
acrylic on canvas
201 x 139 cm
five numbered, signed and certified specimens
US$ - 10,000
inspired by my son's enthusiastic interest in gladiators,
their bloody fights, their circumstances of life
and from the feeling of that violent atmosphere sitting quietly down on the first rows
of the Colosseum

listening to the high sounds of steel



Fight to the death, Rome, acrylic on canvas, 201 x 139 cm, edition 5,  numbered, signed and certified. Inspired from gladiators fighting to the death in the Colosseum in Rome. By Asbjorn Lonvig, artist.
"fight to the death"
acrylic on canvas
201 x 139 cm
five numbered, signed and certified specimens
US$ - 10,000
inspired from gladiators fighting to the death
in the Colosseum in Rome


  Casale di San Basilio, Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome, acrylic on canvas, 201 x 139 cm, edition 5, numbered, signed and certified. inspired from a floor mosaic in axonometric perspective - military projection - from the vestibule of a Roman villa near the Casale di San Basilio on the via Nomentana - from first century BC The floor mosaic is exhibited along with a large number of other mosaics at Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo Alle Terme. By Asbjorn Lonvig, artist.
"Casale di San Basilio"
acrylic on canvas
201 x 139 cm
five numbered, signed and certified specimens
US$ - 10,000
inspired from a floor mosaic in axonometric perspective - military projection - from the vestibule of a Roman villa near the Casale di San Basilio on the via Nomentana - from first century BC
The floor mosaic is exhibited along with a large number of other mosaics at

Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Massimo Alle Terme



Grotte Celoni - yellow background, Rome, Rroman inspired, acrylic on canvas, 201 x 139 cm, edition 5, numbered, signed and certified. inspired from a floor mosaic with the still life from Rome, the locallity known as Grotte Celonion the via Casilina the mosaic is from end of the first century BC - beginning of the first century AD. By Asbjorn Lonvig, artist.
"grotte celoni"
in yellow and black
acrylic on canvas
201 x 139 cm
five numbered, signed and certified specimens
US$
- Request Price
inspired from a floor mosaic with the still life from Rome, the locallity known as
Grotte Celoni
on the via Casilina
the mosaic is from end of the first century BC - beginning of the first century AD




Grotte Celoni - green background, Rome, Rroman inspired, acrylic on canvas, 201 x 139 cm, edition 5, numbered, signed and certified. inspired from a floor mosaic with the still life from Rome, the locallity known as Grotte Celonion the via Casilina the mosaic is from end of the first century BC - beginning of the first century AD. By Asbjorn Lonvig, artist.
"grotte celoni"
in blue, dark blue and green
acrylic on canvas
201 x 139 cm
five numbered, signed and certified specimens
US$ - 10,000
inspired from a floor mosaic with the still life from Rome, the locallity known as
Grotte Celoni
on the via Casilina
the mosaic is from end of the first century BC - beginning of the first century AD




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