Category Archives: Historical Reconstructions

Historical Reconstructions Part XI

Jean-Claude Golvin This is the last of my Jean-Claude Golvin that I have.  Future historical reconstructions will be filled with other great artists that fit into this category,  because I love imagining the environment that our ancestors lived in.  Thank … Continue reading

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Historical Reconstructions Part X

Jean-Claude Golvin

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Historical Reconstructions Part IX

Jean-Claude Golvin

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Historical Reconstructions Part VIII

Jean-Claude Golvin These works are a good source for anyone trying to get concepts for world building projects, not just historical perspective. That is definitely why I started collecting these in the first place. One look at these birds eye … Continue reading

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Historical Reconstructions Part VII

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

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Historical Reconstructions Part VI

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

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Historical Reconstructions Part V

Jean-Claude Golvin For the imagination.  To get a hold of the artist you can go to his website Jean Claude Golvin

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