wood looking exterior panels

honda ev concept

built on a new platform, the urban ev concept's exterior design is an homage to the first generation honda civic and is about the same length as the honda fit. the car features rear-hinged suicide doors. yuki terai is credited with the exterior design. 'we have come up with this cute-looking front, as well as simple and soft plane designs. cars .

ghent altarpiece

the upper panels contain lunettes showing prophets and sibyls looking down on the annunciation; the lower tier shows the donors on the far left and right panels flanked by saints. the exterior panels are executed with relative sparseness in comparison to the often fantastical colour and abundance of the interior scenes. their settings are .

green roofing and siding: earth-friendly options for your .

just as products for home interiors have been getting greener, there's a growing variety of exterior treatments for creating an ecologically sound home shell. roofing and siding are both tall

the garden of earthly delights

the garden of earthly delights is the modern title given to a triptych oil painting on oak panel painted by the early netherlandish master hieronymus bosch, between 1490 and 1510, when bosch was between 40 and 60 years old. it has been housed in the museo del prado in madrid since the year 1939.. as so little is known of bosch's life or intentions, interpretations of his intent have ranged .

early netherlandish painting

early netherlandish painting is the work of artists, sometimes known as the flemish primitives, active in the burgundian and habsburg netherlands during the 15th- and 16th-century northern renaissance, especially in the flourishing cities of bruges, ghent, mechelen, leuven, tournai and brussels, all in present-day belgium.

beaune altarpiece

the beaune altarpiece or the last judgement is a large polyptych c. 1445–1450 altarpiece by the early netherlandish artist rogier van der weyden, painted in oil on oak panels with parts later transferred to canvas.it consists of fifteen paintings on nine panels, of which six are painted on both sides. unusually for the period, it retains some of its original frames.