Looking Up - Mondesee Abbey, Salzburg Rectangular Pillow
Our Rectangular Pillows are basically oversized Throw Pillows that provide a different look - suitable for the bed or couch. They’re comfy enough to sleep on, and a great canvas for art.
- Available in four sizes
- 100% spun polyester poplin fabric
- Double-sided print
- Includes faux down pillow insert
- Individually cut and sewn by hand
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About this artwork
This photograph of Mondesee Abbey in Salzburg, Austria is part of a architectural series entitled "Looking Up". The image was taken using a Nikon camera and a wide angle lens.
The region of the Mondseeland, in which Mondsee is located, was formerly part of Bavaria. In 748 Mondsee Abbey was founded by Odilo, Duke of Bavaria. The abbey tradition was that the first monks came from Monte Cassino in Italy. In 788, after the fall of Duke Tassilo III, Mondsee became an Imperial abbey and over the centuries acquired extensive property. Around 800 the Codex Millenarius, an illustrated Latin book of the Gospels was written at the abbey. In 831 King Louis the Pious gave the monastery to Regensburg Cathedral. Wikipedia