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    Nude pleating her hair. 1907 Canvas, 90 x 60 cm

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    Lady with an ermine - probably Cecilia Gallerani, mistress of Lodovico Moro Sforza (1451-1598),with whom she had two sons. Painted around 1490. Oil on walnut, 54,8 x 40,3 cm


    The conversion of Saint Paul - Paulussturz. Canvas, 177,5 x 128,5 cm Inv. 2035


    The Kiss - Der Kuss. Close-up of heads (40-16-01/31) Oil on canvas (1907-1908) Overall size 180 x 180 cm


    Reverse side of the throne of Pharaoh Tutankhamun (1346-1337 BCE) with four golden uraeus cobra figures. Gold with lapis lazuli; Valley of the Kings, Thebes. 1347-37 BCE, New Kingdom (18th dynasty).


    Aphrodite, called "Venus Genetrix". Roman copy of an original of the 5th BCE, late 1st or early 2nd. Paros Marble,H:164 cm MA 525


    Arlecchina. Commedia dell'arte. From "Masques et bouffons" by Maurice Sand. Etching; 19th century.

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    Male head, "tete Salt" Painted limestone Old Kingdom, 4th - 5th dynasty Inv. N 2289


    Aphrodite of Knidos, antique replica of an original by Praxiteles. See 10-01-07/61 Marble (original around 350 BCE) Ma 2184


    Sanssouci Palace follows the French fashion of a one- storey house, the "Maison de Plaisance", with a double row of rooms running the length of the building. The "small gallery" which housed part of King Frederic II's collection of paintings and sculpture.

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    The Chronicle of the Months, an early Carolingian manuscript. The illustration shows the labours of each month. From the abbey of St. Peter in Salzburg. Codex 387, folio 90 verso


    Pentateuch of Tours: the story of Laban. Tents of Jacob in the upper part, camel caravan and the servants of the families in foreground. Origin doubtful: Spain, Italy, Northern Africa, Palestine? Nouv. Aqu. Latines 2334, folio 30.


    The conquest of Mexico - The arrival of Cortés in Veracruz and the reception by Moctezuma's Ambassadors. Oil on canvas; 120 x 200 cm.


    The Adoration of the shepherds, 1476. Center piece of the Portinari Altar. Tempera on wood,253 x 304 cm Inv.3191 See also 40-01-01/9-13

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    Ulysses and Leucothea. Oil on canvas Triptych

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    Flying horse, one leg resting on a swallow. Bronze figure, excavated 1969 at Wu-Wai, Gansu, China. Eastern Han Dynasty (2nd CE) 34.5 x 45 cm


    Venus of Willendorf. Carved out of limestone, 11cm tall, discovered at an excavation in Willendorf, Lower Austria on 7 August 1908. One of the many female statuettes, nicknamed "Venus" figurines, that were made of stone, bone and ivory in the Upper Palaeolithic, 28.000 to 12.000 BCE. Statuettes with similar features - symmetrical posture, large breasts, abdomen and buttocks, reduced arms and feet, no face - were found throuout Europe, from western France to Siberia. Their purpose and meaning to the palaeolithic hunters and gatherers is subject to much speculation. The interpretations range from stone age sex symbol and mother godess to talisman, shaman and ancestor cult object, dependig on the interpreter and his or her social and political background.


    Cattle inspection. Terracotta scale model about 3000 BCE Old Kingdom, Egypt


    God Baal of the thunderstorm, gilded bronze idol, with an Egyptian-style crown. From Minet-el-Beida, the port of ancient Ugarit (Ras Shamra, Syria). Bronze and gold, H: 17,9 cm AO 11 598


    Two pigeons and a hand lifted in prayer - Sign of Tanit Votive stele from Carthage


    Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) as King of Italy Between 1805 and 1810 Canvas, 100 x 75 cm Inv. 2346


    Ferdinand IV (1751-1825), King of Naples. (He was also known as Ferdinand III, King of Sicily and Ferdinand I, King of the Two Sicilies. Husband of Marie Carolina of Austria.) Canvas, 18th century.

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    La marquise de Pompadour (1721-1764),influential mistress of King Louis XV. In this portrait she is surrounded by books and drawings, a reminder of her role as patron and protector of Letters and Arts. Pastel on bluish paper, 175 x 128cm. Inv. 27614


    Christ washing the apostles' feet. 1632 Canvas


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