Gorgeous illustration! Although as an architecture student, I can't help but be a bit nitpicky. This type of temple with monumental stairs and a clear axial direction is a typical Roman temple, where the rituals inside are static. Greeks, on the other hand, had to surround the temple during their religious processions and so all facades were treated almost equally the same and there were stairs on all sides (also, no monumentality whatsoever since Greeks sought equilibrium). Still, Ephesus was a late Greek polis from Asia and the external influences (a lot being Roman influences) were quite strong by then - so maybe there was a bit of Roman touch out there.
But like I said - this is gorgeous and breathtaking - and so all all your renderings of the World Wonders!
Beautiful structure and sky. Although the people don't seem to be in proper scale in relation to the building and the steps. They don't seem to be following the same perspective. Unless, of course, the building itself makes people shrink as they climb the steps. Other than that it looks pretty cool. Reminds me of the Parthenon.
К сожалению нет. Храм Артемиды был построен в ионическом ордере. Колонны должны быть тоньше и иметь "завитушки" волюты на капителях. А у основания барельефы в человеческий рост. А сдесь колонны дорические как и сама архитектура. Тоесть ничего общего с храмом в Эфесе ета иллюстрация не имеет, это скорее изображение храма Парфенона на Афинском Акрополе.