Versmissen Petrol 3D model

635k polys https://versmissen.nl Baroque, Rococo, Classical and Empire became the most famous styles of the 18th and the beginning of the 19th century. These styles were also often called Royal, as their main attributes are luxury, wealth and opulence. They are well-suited for vast rooms with high ceilings. Characteristic elements of decor include fretwork, murals, paintings and sculptures, sometimes carvings. The Classical style was, perhaps, the most reserved of the four, though it was no less majestic. The Empire is its continuator. It implies solemnity, magnificence, symmetry, volume. Copious amounts of mirrors, tapestries and fireplaces, luxurious fabrics and refined screens are also a hallmark of French classical styles.

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    • Autodesk 3ds Max (.max) (2 files)-Version: 2013Renderer: V-Ray 3.2
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    • Publish date2019-11-05
    • Model ID#2151060
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    • Polygons 635,000
    • Vertices 635,000
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