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16th Century Skies Pantheon Roma for women and men

16th Century Skies Pantheon Roma for women and men
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"The skies of the great Renaissance painters have ceaselessly captured the imagination of the world, and the curiosity of the most famous of art experts. Those skies evoked a serenity, a sense of freedom and a mystical quality. The blue skies dominated the canvas. But what is it about that blue that is so captivating?

Pantheon Roma Collection has dedicated itself to addressing this very question; one that has perplexed art lovers for centuries. Now, together with the skill and expertise of Arturetto Landi, we wish, once again, to let the perfume narrate that which cannot be described in words alone. Those perceptions of freedom and of transcendence are, perhaps, emotions to be realized with the senses rather than with rational thought.

It was in the 16th Century that the color blue came into its own with such explosive effect. At that time the blue was sourced from the Woad plant (Isatis Tinctoria), cultivated in abundance in Central Italy. The blue, then as now, represented Divinity. Blue was the color of God; blue were the robes of the Virgin Mary; and blue that sky which so beguiled and continues to fascinate us, when confronted with the works of the Great Masters. In those days, as was the fashion, the resplendent robes of the rich were blue, whereas the subdued tones of brown, ochre and red were for common garb. Woad, produced in the land of Raphael, exemplified a veritable fount of riches for the populace. So much so that the compact balls of woad, formed after the leaves were dried in the sun, were called “cuccagne”, a word given to a symbol of abundance, affording wealth and good fortune. After the drying process, woad from the Dukedom of Urbino took the road to Florence and Venice, where it was further treated to obtain the color which went on to dye the highly elaborate raiments of the nobility.

It was therefore a prerequisite for us to base all research into the perfume of the Renaissance blue, on the perfume of the woad itself. And from there, to broaden the palette of the senses to encompass the fragrance of those skies captured on the canvasses of the epoch. A fragrance which seeks a vertical vision between the terrestrial and the divine, between earth and sky, between the natural as represented by woad and a more mystical, ascending incense with a fresh liberated base - in other words, blue." - a note from the brand.

16th Century Skies by Pantheon Roma is a fragrance for women and men. This is a new fragrance. 16th Century Skies was launched in 2017. The nose behind this fragrance is Arturetto Landi.

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