Interiors Italian palaces, from which the eye can not be separated

• The interior of the Italian palaces, from which the eye can not be separated

Canadian photographer David Bearden (David Burdeny) obsessed with architecture. Last year, we offer you a series of his amazing photographs taken at metro stations in Moscow and St. Petersburg, and now it was the turn of Italian interiors of palaces and residences, for which Bearden hunted year, he has traveled all over Italy, from north to south.

Interiors Italian palaces, from which the eye can not be separated

Palazzo Madama, Turin, 2016.

Interiors Italian palaces, from which the eye can not be separated

Stupinigi Palace, Piedmont.

Interiors Italian palaces, from which the eye can not be separated

Palazzo Colonna, Rome, 2016.

Interiors Italian palaces, from which the eye can not be separated

Castle Sammetstsano, Tuscany, 2016.

Interiors Italian palaces, from which the eye can not be separated

Villa Farnese, Caprarola, 2016.

Interiors Italian palaces, from which the eye can not be separated

Palazzo Ducale, Mantua, 2016.

Interiors Italian palaces, from which the eye can not be separated

Library, Naples, 2016.

Interiors Italian palaces, from which the eye can not be separated

The Royal Palace of Venaria, Piedmont, 2016.

Interiors Italian palaces, from which the eye can not be separated

court theater, the Royal Palace of Caserta, 2016.

Interiors Italian palaces, from which the eye can not be separated

Palazzo Colonna, Rome, 2016.

Interiors Italian palaces, from which the eye can not be separated

Ca'Rezzonico, Venice, 2012.

Interiors Italian palaces, from which the eye can not be separated

The Royal Palace of Caserta, 2016.

Interiors Italian palaces, from which the eye can not be separated

Castle Racconigi, 2016.