Category Archives: Historical Reconstructions
Jean-Claude Golvin Every day I see them building the second tallest building on the west coast of the United States here in downtown San Francisco and I can’t help but wonder if these structures will still be standing in a … Continue reading
Jean-Claude Golvin I’m intrigued to know what these images look like in person. How rich the colors would look under glass on a wall. Maybe one day I’ll get to place one of these originals in such a frame in … Continue reading
Jean-Claude Golvin For the imagination. To get a hold of the artist you can go to his website Jean Claude Golvin
Jean-Claude Golvin I’m going to keep adding more and more of Jean-Claude Golvin’s work to this collection because it’s so amazing.
Jean-Claude Golvin I’m captivated by the way that these images can conjure stories in my mind of the lives our ancestors lived. The inventiveness and tenacity they had to build these homes and works of art in an age prior … Continue reading
Jean-Claude Golvin Golvin’s vivid images bring me back to an age that seems not of this world, yet stands in marble a mere two thousand years old in places like Rome. Some of these lands I have visited to feel the … Continue reading
Jean-Claude Golvin I recently spent a night being bewildered by the work of this gentleman. Jean-Claude Golvin is a French archaeologist and architect. He specializes in the history of Roman amphitheatres and has published hundreds of reconstruction drawings of ancient … Continue reading