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    Portrait of Giovanni (?) Arnolfini and his Wife ('The Arnolfini Portrait'), formerly known as the 'Arnolfini Wedding'. 1434. Oil on oak, 82.2 x 60 cm. NG186. Detail see 40-03-03/5.

    40-03-01/ 6

    Ceremonial dinner on the occasion of the wedding of Emperor Joseph II and Isabella of Parma, which took place in Vienna on October 6th, 1760. Detail of 25-01-01/40: musicians. Oil on canvas, overall size 300 x 390 cm

    25-01-01/43

    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

    39-17-02/ 2

    Apollo and Daphne. Apollo pursues the nymph Daphne, who prays for help and is turned into a laurel-tree. (Daphne = Greek laurel). Detail of 40-08-05/62. Canvas, 96 x 79cm. R.F. 2107

    39-19-18/37

    The two angels. Detail of the Madonna Sistina (40-07-06/22), painted for Pope Julius II as his present to the city of Piazenza, Italy. The church at Piazenza was dedicated to sainted Pope Sixtus. Oil on canvas. Overall size 269.5 x 201 cm Inv. 93

    40-07-06/23

    The Turkish Bath, detail 1862 Canvas on wood, diameter 110 cm

    39-15-07/18

    The Last Judgement. Triptych, central panel, detail Oil on oakwood Inv. 4 E

    40-03-03/13

    The fall of the rebellious angels. Around 1340-1345. Detail of 40-08-04/31. Canvas (transposed, originally wood) 64,2 x 29 cm D.L. 1967-1-a

    39-19-18/48

    Triptych of the Braque family, painted before 1452 for Jehan Braque of Tournai and his wife Catherine of Brabant. Left: Saint John Baptist; center: Christ between the Virgin and Saint John Evangelist; right: Saint Magdalen. Detail of the orb carried by Jesus Christ. For overall view please see 40-02-02/1. Wood, 41 x 34cm. R.F. 2063

    39-19-17/57

    Vigee-Le Brun, self-portrait, and her daughter Julie. (1780-1819). Painted 1786. Detail of 40-11-07/23. Canvas, 130 x 94 cm. Inv. 3069

    39-19-17/33

    Wedding concert in 1760 for Joseph II and Isabella of Parma. The Imperial Family, Maria Theresia, Franz Stephan of Lorraine, their 16 children. The wedding took place in Vienna on October 6th, 1760. Detail of 25-01-01/40. Oil on canvas, 300 x 390 cm

    25-01-01/41

    Adam and Eve. Expulsion from Paradise. Detail. Triptych The Last Judgement, left wing, inside. Oil on oakwood Inv. 4 C PERMISSION TO PUBLISH MUST BE OBTAINED FROM THE MUSEUM.

    40-03-03/11

    The Last Supper. Detail during the restoration. Oil-tempera (1495-1497) Overall dimension: 460 x 880 cm

    40-07-07/53

    La Gioconda, Mona Lisa. Detail of the left-hand background landscape with mountains. For overall view please see 40-07-02/1. Oil on wood (1503 and 1506) 77 x 53 cm Inv. 779

    39-19-18/20

    The coronation of Emperor Napoleon I Bonaparte. Oil on canvas (1806-1807) Detail: Empress Josephine Overall size 621 x 979 cm

    40-11-04/62

    Napoleons camp on the eve of Austerlitz, Dec. 1,1805 At Austerlitz, Napoleon defeated the allied Russians and Austrians. Detail: A halt for the cavalry. Oil on canvas, 180 x 220 cm

    26-03-04/48

    Altar of The Last Judgement,detail; The Damned plunging into hell. See also 40-03-01/7-13, 40-01-01/65,66, 40-04-04/31-34 Oil on wood (1434)

    40-03-01/10

    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

    39-19-16/41

    Satyr embracing a bacchante. Detail of The Feast of Venus (40-04-01/31). Oil on canvas (after 1635) Total size 217 x 350 cm Inv. 684

    40-05-03/40

    Coronation of Napoleon I, Empress Josephine on her knees before Napoleon. On the tribune Mme Laetitia, Napoleon's mother, who in reality did not assist at the ceremony in the Cathedral of Notre-Dame of Paris. Detail. Oil on canvas, 621 x 979 cm. Inv. 3699

    26-03-04/11

    The Wedding at Cana. Servants pouring the water, miraculously changed into wine. Photograph after restoration. Canvas (1562-1563), total size 666 x 990 cm Inv. 142

    40-08-02/38

    Sacre de Napoleon (coronation) in Notre-Dame de Paris by Pope Pius VII, December 2,1804. Painted 1806-1807 Canvas,621 x 979 cm Inv. 3699

    39-15-04/19

    Garden of Delights Left wing: Garden of Earthly Delights - detail Triptich with shutters Wood; Central panel 220 x 195cm, wings 220 x 97cm Cat. 2823

    39-19-03/16

    Palace architecture with musicians. Detail of 40-02-03/69 Oil on canvas (1596) Overall size 135 x 174 cm Inv. 2336

    40-02-03/70

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