Apollo to apollo

The hunt for the divine and eternal beauty

Apollo to apollo

The hunt for the divine and eternal beauty

The book

Only once in a blue moon does one come across something that is as ground-breaking and radically ‘different’ as is the case with the present book. In it, everyone with an eye, a mind and a heart will be able to appreciate the finished painting, which indeed turned out even more spectacular than the sum of its parts. The surprising thing is, however, that the full picture is not only about art, but the essence of humanity, love and valuable knowledge, long forgotten.

The book can easily be enjoyed for the art alone since almost every piece included is a true masterpiece of the immortal art form that was ancient art. I do however urge the readers to return to its pages frequently and open their heart to the profound messages from the past that are so vital to our collective future.

(FOREWORD OF APOLLO TO APOLLO BOOK)

From these drawers shines a never-ending spring, even stronger than before, of flowers and fruits of art from a sector which is feared by our higher senses. The gloss of the Sicilian cities, which are now gone, shines fresh again from these shaped pieces of metal.

Quote by J. W. von Goethe

Collection of Prinzen Torremuzza in Palermo the 12th April 1787. Translation H. B. Andersen, Autumn 2015.

SPECIFICATIONS

Written by H. B. Andersen / English 1st edition, 1st print 2019
Edited by Kay Hare / Coordinated by Florencia Vogogna and H. B. Andersen
Design and art direction by Florencia Vogogna (flor-design.com)
Photography by Michael G. Ibsen and Andrew Daneman / Illustrations by Rama King Nash

272 Pages / 312 Photos / 6 Illustrations / Material: white linen (hard cover), 150 g high quality paper (contents), book marker
Dimensions: L 265 mm x W 265 mm x H 30 mm / Total weight: 1720 g
Printed in Germany. Printed on paper certified according to the standards of the FSC® / ISBN 978-87-970890-0-2

SPECIFICATIONS

Written by H. B. Andersen / English 1st edition, 1st print 2019
Edited by Kay Hare /
Coordinated by Florencia Vogogna and H. B. Andersen
Design and art direction by Florencia Vogogna
(flor-design.com)
Photography by Michael G. Ibsen and Andrew Daneman / Illustrations by Rama King Nash

272 Pages / 312 Photos / 6 Illustrations /
Material: white linen (hard cover), 150 g high quality paper (contents), book marker
Dimensions: L 265 mm x W 265 mm x H 30 mm / Total weight: 1720 g
Printed in Germany. Printed on paper certified according to the standards of the FSC® / ISBN 978-87-970890-0-2

H. B. Andersen

MSc(Econ.) – Explorer & Author

“The divine and eternal beauty should not be taken for granted. If we do not fight for it, it will disappear.

DO YOU HAVE THE COURAGE TO BE THE HERO IN YOUR LIFE?”