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    The Alchemist (1634).


    A la veille de l'examen. Evening before the examination. Canvas (1895) 39 x 55.5 cm R.F. 1193

    40-06-03/ 9

    The dentist. Wood,32 x 26,5 cm INV.1220


    The muse Urania. From the Chambre des Muses, Louvre, Paris. Wood, 116 x 74 cm INV. 8059

    40-11-11/ 6

    Albert Einstein,1921. Above Wulfart's signature, Einstein wrote: "Gut gemalt in kurzer Frist - das Modell zufrieden ist" (Well painted in a short time - the model is pleased) Drawing and wash.


    The Alchemist, 1770 Canvas,80,2 x 106 cm


    The Lion of Saint Mark. Oil on canvas (1516) 130 x 368 cm


    Tractatus de Herbis - herbal book after Dioscorides (40-90CE, ancient Greek physician, pharmacologist and botanist): sugar extraction. Illuminated manuscript; France; 15th century.


    Sir Alexander Fleming, Scottish biologist and pharmacologist, who discovered penicillin in 1928. Canvas, 622 x 749mm; 1944. NPG L232


    Claude F. Bragdon: "The Chap Book, a semi-monthly magazine". USA, around 1898. Lithograph, 54 x 35cm. This sketch reveals Bragdon's interest in astrology and classical schemes of proportion, issues that he would later deal with in his theoretical books on art.


    Doctor bleeding a patient. Red-figured arybalos (5th BCE), called the Peytel Arybalos. Height 8.5 cm CA 2138


    Aristotle, Greek philosopher(384-322 BCE) Marble Inv. I 246


    Prince Vladimir loads carts with food and drink for distribution to the sick and the handicapped. Prince Vladimir offers a banquet to his droujina in 996. From the Radziwill Chronicle, an early history of Russia. Page 70 v., 612 miniatures, late 15th

    15-02-02/ 9

    The masters lodge at Trinity College. Next to the fireplace a portrait of Sir Isaac Newton, Master of the college.


    Room where Albert Einstein lived and completed his Theory of Relativity in Berne,Switzerland. His favorite pass-time was playing Mozart's music on the violin.


    Einstein's theory of Relativity: there is no absolute time. Time is a function of the movement of planets. No interval of time is independent of the system to which it is referred. A clock attached to any moving system runs at a different time from a stationary clock


    Galileo Galilei's room in Florence, with his astronomical instruments


    Galileo Galilei, astronomer (1564-1642). Canvas, 57 x 40 cm Inv. 7976


    Boethius,De consolatione philosophiae(French trans- lation by Jean de Meung,see Roman de la Rose). France,15th MS 3045,fol.3. Boethius in his prison visited by the Muses.


    A phoenix plucks at vegetation with it beak and talons.At right it lies in the flames,ready to be reborn from the ashes. Illustration from a page of text from a Bestiary or moralized natural history in Latin. The principal source is a translation of the Greek work called Physiologu. Roy.12.C.XIX.fol.49v (detail)


    Portrait of Sir Issac Newton (1642-1727) Canvas

    39-17-02/ 1

    Paysage allégorique - Allegorical landscape. Wood, 36cm x 25cm. R.F. 1345 (verso of 39-19-10/15)


    The Wilton Diptych, detail, right verso: the white hart (stag), emblem of King Richard II (1367-1400). The hart rests in a meadow wearing a crown-shaped necklace attached by a golden chain. See also 40-01-01/46,68. Egg tempera on oak,74 x 53 cm.Around 1395-99. NG 4451


    The barber-surgeon. Oil on wood (1638) 42 x 56 cm


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