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    The battle of Solferino (1859) between Austrian and Franco-Piedmontese troops. Etching; 19th century.


    Two boxers. Detail of an embossed and engraved sheet-bronze situla from Matrei am Brenner, Austria.


    Woman nursing a child; a servant holds a mirror and a crayon of khol. 19th-20th dynasty,1285-1069 BCE. Limestone, ochre, H:11,7 cm Inv. E 25333

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    Four Astarte figurines, supporting their breasts with hands. Israelite, from Lachish and Ein Shemesh. Terracotta, pillar-type (1000-600 BCE) Iron Age II Inv. 370-373


    Garden room (around 1770) with gilded stove in form of a tree, ornamental gate and a parrott.Empress Maria Theresia (reigned 1740-1780) used these rooms when the weather did not permit walks in Schoenbrunn gardens.


    Tamino, Pamina and Papageno. Scene from Mozart's opera "The Magic Flute".The engravings were first published in a cultural monthly in Brno,Czech Republic (then Austrian Empire).The Magic Flute was performed in Brno and Olomuc in 1793.Coloured engraving,around 1793.


    Sarcophagus of Charlemagne (Proserpina sarcophagus). Proserpina is abducted by Pluto and Minerva, Mercury leads the chariot, while Proserpina's mother Ceres watches (2nd CE). Charlemagne was buried in this sarcophagus until 1165.

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    The Love Embrace of the Universe, the Earth (Mexico), Me, Diego, and Señor Xólotl, 1949. The Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection of the 20th Century Mexican Art and The Vergel Foundation.


    Nude Self-Portrait with Ornamental Drapery Aktselbstbildnis mit ornamentierter Drapierung Oil and metallic paint; signed "E.Schiele" and dated upper right, 1909. 110cm x 35,5cm


    The Last Supper. Ol on wood 10014586


    Kitchen Scene, allegory "Voluptas Carnis" Wood Sp 339


    The nude maja, around 1800 Oil on canvas, 97 x 190 cm Inv. 742


    Samson and Delilah Canvas


    The Turks before Constantinople. Canvas, 145 x 440 cm Inv. 852 1 188


    The History of Theseus:Theseus,Ariadne and the minotaur in the labyrinth.


    The Narbonne Altar: Christ taken prisoner, mocked, crown of thorns, crucifixion, entombment, resurrection. Black ink on silk (1375) 77.5 x 286 cm

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    The Oreads - nymphs of the woods,fleeing the morning light; 1902

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    Venus et l'amour - Venus and Amor. Canvas,132 x 184 cm INV.1978


    Die Windsbraut - the bride of the wind: Alma Schindler- Gropius, later married to Gustav Mahler and poet Franz Werfel, here with her lover Oskar Kokoschka. Oil on canvas, 1914


    Wooden sculpture of Queen Ahmose Merit-Amon, wife of Amenophis I. From Deir el-Bahari, Egypt. New Kingdom (18th dynasty).


    Drawing: Design aux dragons These floral renderings were very popular in Ottoman Turkey in the middle of the 16th century. The two dragons are a topic readily represented and whose origin comes from the figures of dragons decorating the Chinese porcelains or fabrics. Turkey, 1570-1580 Ink, gouache and gold; 11,50cm x 7,50cm MAO 1204


    Archangel Gabriel announcing the VIII surate of the Coran to Muhammad Siyar-l Nabi ("The life of the Prophet") Around 1595; Istanbul, Turkey Gouache and gold on paper; 28,90cm x 27,30cm MAO 708


    Eleonora Gonzaga (1598-1655), wife of Emperor Ferdinand III, in her wedding dress. White brocade, metal threads, design of small golden branches, ruffs of Venetian lace. Canvas, 188 x 125 cm - Inv. 7146


    Woodcut to "Wie der Würffel auff ist Kumen". Published by Max Ayrer, Nuremberg, 1489). This woodcut is divided into two parts. Above: The Devil tempting a knight to gamble, the outbreak of a quarrel at the gaming table punished by death on the wheel. Below: Other executions as the result of gambling.

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