sábado, 15 de agosto de 2015

Fwd: A Casa Imperial do Brasil convoca a todos os Monarquistas!

Foto de Pró Monarquia.

NÓS VAMOS PRA RUA! E VOCÊ?

A Pró Monarquia – Casa Imperial do Brasil estará no próximo domingo 16 de Agosto nas ruas de todo o Brasil, marcando presença contra os escândalos que assolam a nação.

Convocamos todos os monarquistas para participarem conosco destas manifestações e pedimos que levem suas bandeiras imperiais, faixas e cartazes!

Em São Paulo, na Avenida Paulista o Príncipe Imperial do Brasil, Dom Bertrand de Orleans e Bragança pretende estar presente por um breve período, pois viaja para compromissos particulares no período da tarde. Durante toda a manifestação os Diretores e colaboradores da Pró Monarquia estarão distribuindo a nova cartilha "Direita? Esquerda? Siga o melhor caminho: Monarquia" disseminando o ideal do Parlamentarismo Monárquico.

Vamos juntos dar um basta à esta República e declarar que a solução é Real!

Agradecemos a arte da publicação ao Sr. Gabriel Ferraz, do portal Diga Sim à Monarquia


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Jornalista Comendador Mauro Demarchi
Twitter: @maurodemarchi @monarquiaja
Membro-Fundador da Academia de Letras do Brasil - Capital das Nascentes
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sábado, 1 de agosto de 2015

Fwd: A Realeza Inglesa no Espelho!

New photo exhibition shows Queen, Camilla and William in remarkable mirrored portraits

1 August 2015 - 09:59pm
Edited by Martin


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A new exhibition which begins this month at Eleven in London titled The Queen's People is set to show some of Britain's high office holders in their traditional outfits, using a photographic technique inspired by 17th century portrait painting.

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The collection of photographs, which will go on display from 19th August – 19th September this year, are all produced in the same way: with a black background (emphasising the "craftsmanship and colour of ceremonial dress") and showing four profiles of the subject, mirroring all four sides.

The portraits were taken by Hugo Rittson Thomas as part of a project to show the Monarchy and those who are responsible for its effective running.

Included in the series are also portraits of Her Majesty herself, along with the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke of Cambridge.

Of the three royal portraits, The Queen's was especially taken to mark Her Majesty's colonelcy of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, which marked its 60th anniversary back in 2013. The portrait shows Her Majesty in a day dress designed by Angela Kelly wearing the Waterloo badge of the regiment.

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The Duke of Cambridge, meanwhile, is photographed in the frock coat of the Irish Guards (of which he is Colonel). The photo was taken back at the St Patrick's Day parade, where he and the Duchess of Cambridge join members of the regiment for the traditional annual presentation of shamrock.

Meanwhile, the Duchess of Cornwall's portrait shows her in a gown designed by Bruce Oldfield, taken during her speech at the Royal Academy of Arts, wearing the sash and grand cross of the Royal Victorian Order along with the Royal Family order and some "private family pieces" of jewellery.

On the exhibition, Hugo Rittson Thomas said, "It was a privilege to photograph Her Majesty and other Members of the Royal Family and to blend the history and traditions of Royal life with a modern photographic style.

"I hope people will enjoy seeing these photographs as much as I enjoyed making them."




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Jornalista Comendador Mauro Demarchi
Twitter: @maurodemarchi @monarquiaja
Membro-Fundador da Academia de Letras do Brasil - Capital das Nascentes