- Pompeii + -an (Wiktionary)
“Painted in Sep 1865, one of the earliest works of his 'Pompeiian' period of 1865 -1870 in which he recreated scenes from antiquity.”
“No one might use other than cerulean blue, if he employed blue at all; no other red than the tone popularly known as "Pompeiian" has been admitted in the scheme.”
“Soane responded with a personal, intensely original style, which absorbed gothic, Pompeiian and other influences.”
“We can stand in an American museum and focus on a fragment of an ancient Roman wall painting without giving much thought to its life in a Pompeiian villa more than 2,000 years previously.”
“Some of the sites seemed abandoned in a hurry, as though disaster struck mid-day, Pompeiian-style, leaving dusty closets still filled with clothes, kitchens fully stocked, the grand concert halls had suddenly emptied, laboratories appear to be deserted in the midst of experiments.”
“Openly, however, he's arranging games against champions from Pompeii, with Spartacus taking on the Pompeiian master of disaster Pericles.”
“If it weren't for the thick layer of Pompeiian ash at my feet as I walked from my car to my office in San Diego's South Bay, I could live my life oblivious to the mass disaster around me, perhaps just wondering why the air was a little funny.”
“I would sit underneath the jacaranda gazing at Danielle and her Mycenean golden hair, waiting for Alexander Cambitoglou to enlighten us on the techniques behind red figure vases, or Jean-Paul Descoeudres to blow my mind with his readings of the floor plans of Pompeiian villas.”
“Pompeiian dining rum – big fountain in teh Atrium entree way, a 35′ pool ian reelee prittee hot tub in teh gorgeious garden out bak – anna big loggia fur outdoor sitting.”
“Rosso Pompeiano : Pompeiian Red at eternallycool.net eternallycool.net”
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