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    Crucifixion. Wood.


    Ecce Homo. 473


    View of Rome with the Castel Sant'Angelo and St.Peters basilica. Canvas, 29 x 48 cm Inv. 852 1 451


    Seven large tapestries illustrate the Battle of Pavia in 1525,in which Emperor Charles V.defeated French King Francois I.At left,the Viceroy of Naples,repre- senting the Emperor,dismounts to accept the King's surrender. Detail of 40-03-09/9


    Allegory: Apocalypse, Last Judgement Oil on canvas (1674) 175 x 150 cm Inv. 9096


    Vision of Saint John the Divine. Canvas, 116 x 136 cm Inv.236


    The Adoration of the Magi. Tempera on wood (1423) 300 x 282 cm Inv. 8364

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    Holy Night. Adoration of the shepherds. An early night-scene with light emanating from the Newborn. Poplar wood, 256 x 188 cm Inv. 152


    The Sistine Chapel; ceiling frescos after restoration. The creation of Adam.


    Adam and Eve expelled from paradise. Canvas, 51 x 38 cm INV 249


    Repenting Mary Magdalen, around 1626 Canvas, 163 x 208 cm Inv. 179


    Judith and Holofernes,around 1620. Canvas,199 x 162,5 cm Inv.1567


    Venus present l'Amour aux dieux - Venus presents Amor to the gods. Painted for the 'Cabinet de l'Amour' at the Palais Lambert,Paris. Canvas, 26 x 52 cm


    The Life of Christ, triptych, Crucifixion, center panel Canvas (1911-1912) 220.5 x 193.5 cm


    Charlemagne (742-814) and his third son Pippin (773–810) giving edicts to a clerk. Illuminated manuscript; 10th century.


    David with the head of Goliath. Book of hours. Illuminated manuscript; Serristori, Italy; 15th century.


    "The Zenith of French Glory - the Pinnacle of Liberty.(Louis XVI) Religion, Justice, Loyalty and all the Bugbears of Unenlightend Minds, Farewell!" by James Gillray, published by Hannah Humphrey on February 12, 1793. Etching; 354 x 250 mm.


    Dove with olive leaf, from the panel "Noah's Ark" of the Verdun Altar. Enamel plaque in champleve technique on gilded copper (begun 1181)


    Aaron puts a golden jar with manna into the Ark of the Covenant, as a reminder of the Israelites' wanderings in the desert,(Exodus 16,32). Verdun Altar, 51 plaques in champsleve-technique, enamel on gilded copper. 1181, for Prior Wernher of Klosterneuburg, Austria.


    While his family waits to go onboard, Noah helps the animals to enter the Ark. Mosaics of the story of Noah and the Flood in the arcades of the atrium.


    The Fall. God surprises Adam and Eve in the Garden. The Baptistery, Florence. Mosaics cover the entire cupola. They were begun in 1220 and completed a century later. The designs are by Florentine painters, among them Cimabue and the young Giotto.


    Gold and enamel reliquary cross. Byzantine, early 11th. This reverse of the cross depicts the Virgin Mary standing with her hands before her chest in an attitude of prayer. To her right is a bust of Saint Basil the Great, to her left a bust of Saint Gregory Thaumaturgus. The enamel is "Senkschmelz", "sunken enamel" and the colours are a rich mixture of translucent blues, greens and browns with opaque white, blacks, blues and reds. From the Great Palace in Constantinopel. M&ME, 1965,6-4.1


    The sin of personal adornment, 1300-1320. The consequences of vanity are shown here as a devil appears to someone holding a comb and mirror. One of a set illustrating the temptations, from poems by Matfre Ermengau. ID:Roy 19 C I,fol. 204 (detail)


    Tondo with Madonna, infant Jesus and John Baptist. Late 15th. 89,5 cm across.


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