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    The prodigal son, 1637 Canvas, 122,5 x 184 cm Inv. 7024

    40-02-02/49

    Las Meninas (the maids of honour).Velazquez (in a self- portrait),paints the Spanish royal couple, Philip IV and his wife Mariana (visible in the mirror in back). Their only child,Margarita,is surrounded by maids of honour and court dwarfs.1656,canvas,318 x 276,Inv.1174

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    Ferdinando de' Medici with his musicians,after 1687. Canvas,139 x 221 cm Inv.1890,Nr.2808

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    The Orgy aka The Rake at the Rose-Tavern (A Rake's Progress) 1735 The Tavern Scene shows the Rake amusing himself in a notorious brothel, the Rose Tavern in Covent Garden, after an evening of drinking and hooliganism. Next to the Rake on the floor are the lantern and staff he has captured of a watchman earlier in the night (another sign that he has been in a fight is that his sword is unsheathed). The picture is full of sordid details: on the far left the contents of a chamberpot are spilled over a dish of roast chicken, one of the prostitutes at the table spits at another one (who is holding a knife), a stripper in the foreground is undressing herself for an obscene show which she will perform on a silver plate (which her pimp is holding together with a candle that she will extinguish in her vagina after the dance)and a street singer by the door on the left is singing 'The Black Joke', a notoriously obscene song. The prostitutes, who are stealing the Rake's watch, have pockmarks on their face (a sign that they have caught syphilis), while the pills on the floor next to the Rake suggest that he has caught the disease too. Oil on canvas; 62,5 x 75 cm

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    Le Concert - The concert. Around 1630-1635. Canvas, 188cm x 226cm. R.F. 1938-102

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    Marriage A-la-Mode: 2. The Tte Tte 1743 "Marriage A-la-Mode" was the first of Hogarth's satirical moralising series of engravings about the upper echelons of society. The paintings were models from which the engravings would be made. The engravings reverse the compositions. About 1743 Oil on canvas; 69,9 x 90,8 cm NG114

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    Three musicians at the court of Ferdinando de'Medici, after 1687. At the cembalo:composer Giovanni Maria Pagliardi,violinist Martino Bitti and Checchino de Castris,a castrato. Canvas,141 x 208 cm Inv.1890 Nr.2802

    40-08-15/35

    Reunion galante - gay company,1623 or 1625. Wood, 30 x 46 cm M.N.R.484

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    Marie-Louise de Parme (1751-1819), wife of her cousin Charles IV of Spain. Canvas, 129 x 97 cm INV 1455

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    Le debarquement de Marie de Medicis au port de Marseille le 3 November 1600. Maria Medici arrives in Marseille,Nov.3 1600. Canvas, 394 x 3 95 cm, 1622-1625 INV. 1774

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    Marie-Louise de Parme (1751-1819), wife of her cousin Charles IV of Spain. Detail of 39-19-02/42. Canvas, 129 x 97cm. INV. 1455

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    L'Echange des deux princesses de France et d'Espagne sur la Bidassoa a Hendaye,le 9 novembre 1615. Canvas,394 x 295 cm, 1622-1625 INV.1782

    40-03-08/67

    Isaac Newton (1643-1727) discovers the refration of light. Canvas.

    39-17-02/56

    Concert (The prodigal son among the prostitutes), 1623. Canvas,110 x 154 cm Inv.108

    40-04-05/69

    The Moneychanger. Canvas RF 1973-34

    40-11-22/35

    Marriage A-la-Mode: 4. The Toilette 1743 "Marriage A-la-Mode" was the first of Hogarth's satirical moralising series of engravings about the upper echelons of society. The paintings were models from which the engravings would be made. The engravings reverse the compositions. about 1743 Oil on canvas; 70,5 x 90,8 cm NG116

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    A young woman seated at the virginal, around 1670. Canvas, 51,5 x 45,5 cm NG 2568

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    The martyrdom of Saint Barbara. Around 1633 Canvas

    40-03-08/28

    The Queen of Sheba before Solomon. Oil on leather, 80 x 100 cm

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    Orpheus and Euridice, around 1625/30 Canvas,146 x 172 cm Inv.10.38

    40-08-15/29

    The Rake's Levee (A Rake's Progress) 1735 A levee is a reception held by a monarch or other high-ranking person on arising from bed. Tom is spending his inheritance on suppliers of expensive (and in particular unnecessary) services who try to encourage him to ape the aristocracy. The pictures on the wall, however, show his lack of taste, scenes from classical mythology hang next to pictures of game-cocks. The characters in the picture would readily have been identified by Hogarth's contemporaries as real life London citizens. They include a paid bodyguard who lookes like a criminal, a jockey (kneeling in the front), a dancing-master with a kit-violin (a small three-stringed violin), a huntsman (blowing a horn), a music master, a French fencing master, a quarterstaff (a wooden staff used as a weapon) instructor, a landscape gardener (behind the Rake, with a drawn plan), a poet, and a tailor. Oil on canvas; 62,5 x 75 cm

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    Society scene, 1634 Oakwood, 51 x 83 cm Inv. 6047

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    Maid carrying a letter to her mistress,1665. Canvas

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    Equestrian portrait of King Philip (Felipe)II of Spain (1527-1598).Painted 1628.Victory crowns the King with a laurel wreath;in the background the battle of San Quintin,1557. Canvas,314 x 228 cm Cat.1686

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