Saturday, December 14, 2013

Luci d'Artista 2013 - Volo su...


Torino photo Luci d'Artista 2013 - Flying on up… by Francesco Casorati (unfortunately died last February), in via Carlo Alberto. In the background: Palazzo Carignano and the Risorgimento Museum.

Torino foto Luci d'Artista 2013 - Volo su… di Francesco Casorati (scomparso lo scorso Febbraio), in via Carlo Alberto. Sullo sfondo Palazzo Carignano e il Museo del Risorgimento.

Luci d'Artista @ via Carlo Alberto

Francesco Casorati - Volo su...
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10 comments:

Linda said...

Wow! Thanks for sharing that!

William Kendall said...

I like the look of this one!

Gunn said...

It is something very pretty and simple artistic style over your photo today.
I like it a lot.

canard torino said...

grazie! gli incentivi al turismo nella nostra città sono sempre graditi! Affitti Torino

Maria Russell said...


" Sullo sfondo Palazzo Carignano e il Museo del Risorgimento"
Where in the background, Mr. Zanelli? I can't see them. It would be lovely to see those two buildings.

I'm crazy about history. Anything that has to do with the Princesse de Lamballe and Verdi is wonderful for me.

Fabrizio Zanelli said...

@Maria Russel, thank you about your comment. No, they aren't two buildings but just one. Inside to the Palazzo Carignano there's the Museo del Risorgimento. In the two links below you can see better the façade of this building and in the second link the façade of Palazzo Carignano as it looks on the other side (opposite to this one):

http://torinodailyphoto.blogspot.it/2007/08/museo-nazionale-del-risorgimento.html

http://torinodailyphoto.blogspot.it/2009/03/first-day-of-spring.html

Maria Russell said...

Thanks for the links, Mr. Zanelli!
What a beautiful building this palace...

P.S. I've had the privilege, since childhood, of listening to your native language.
My mother was an opera singer. Her voice teacher, Signora Pezzini would talk to my mom in Italian.
I can see my mother singing Caro Nome, like if it was yesterday.......
Maria

Fabrizio Zanelli said...

Thank you Mrs. Russell. I hope you enjoyed to listen your mother to talk Italian. Did she or did you ever come in Italy?

Maria Russell said...

Of course I loved listening to my mother speaking Italian!
She spoke your language until a few months before she passed away at the age of 96.

We always knew when she was in a good mood...because then she would start talking Italiano...and singing Vivere at the top of her still beautiful mezzo voice.....

Suppli al telefono
Polpette alla casalinga
Cucina povera
Cucina alto-borghese
I became familiar with all these words thanks to her!

She came to Italy every year during the senior years of her long life.
Your photos are incredible!
Thank you so much!

Fabrizio Zanelli said...

Thank you for the compliments and thank you for visiting my blog. I will start to publish new photo quite soon.