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    L'etoile, ou danseuse sur la scene (The star, or dancer on the stage) Pastel, 1876 58.4 x 42 cm RF 12258


    Rue de Paris; temps de pluie - A Paris street; rain. 1877, Oil on canvas, 212,2 x 276,2 cm


    Odalisque a la culotte rouge - Odalisque with red trousers, Nice,late 1924. Canvas, 67 x 84 cm


    Tod und Leben. Oil on canvas (before 1911, finished 1915) 178 x 198 cm D 183


    The death of Marat (1907). 1907 150x200 cm


    The garden of art dealer Friedrich Welz was a meeting place and social center for many artists taking part in the Salzburg Festival: conductor Isztvan Kertesz, ainter Oskar Kokoschka, Musicologist H. C. Robbins-Landon and painter Milein Cossmann. Salzburg,1959


    Sarcophagi of Tamoutnefret,singer of Amun. 3rd intermediate period,21st dynasty,ca.1000 BCE Painted wood,stucco, 192 cm and smaller. 88 E 3149


    Winged lion-shaped figure (throne decoration). Urartu, Turkey; 8th century BCE Bronze; Height 16 cm This cast figure with engraved decoration formed part of the decoration of a large throne for one of the rulers of the state of Urartu. It was found in 1884 at the site of Toprak Kale, near Van. Such fabulous figures were intended to protect Urartian rulers against evil forces and to impress ambassadors from other states, emphasizing the richness and power of Urartu. The figure represents a winged lion with a human torso. Executed with great artistic and technical skill, it is decorated with coloured stones and smalt. The figure was covered with gold leaf, traces of which have survived, while the face is of white stone with inset eyes and eyebrows. The head is crowned with a headdress with horns and a crescent pendant hangs around the neck. The wings and lower part of the torso are coated with engraved feathers. Set into the bottom of the paws are pins, probably to attach the figure to a wooden base.


    The Strickland Brooch, Anglo-Saxon, mid-9th century. Plain gold panels enrich a lively pattern of dog-like animals with collars, deeply carved to form an openwork effect. The quatrefoil is divided by animal heads and raised bosses. The arms of the central cruciform (cross-shaped) motif, with another boss at its centre, end with four identical heads at the edge. The Anglo-Saxon love of colour and light is clear from the black niello inlay and blue glass eyes which make the decoration stand out. Small dots punched into some areas give it a sparkling appearance. Gold was scarce and highly prized at the time. This style, called 'Trewhiddle' after a Cornish hoard, is typical of fine Anglo-Saxon metalwork of the ninth century. The brooch, which could also be worn as a pendant, is named after the Strickland family of Yorkshire, and may have belonged to Sir William Strickland, a keen collector of antiquities in the nineteenth century. M&ME, 1949,7-2,1


    Bronze leaf depicting woman in sacred ceremonial dress. From Este, Italy; 6th century BCE.


    Buddha Sakyamuni as child with Confucius and Laozi. Chinese painting on silk; 18th century.


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

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    Human figure on wheel, with lifted arms. Bronze support of a mobile bed, from the tomb of a prince at Hochdorf, Germany Height 30 cm


    Seated man served by a veiled maid-servant. Detail of the the middle zone of an embossed sheet-bronze situale (two parts joined by rivets) from Vace, Slovenia. See also 07-02-02/36, 37 Height: 24 cm


    Small flat lead figures of riders, from the necropolis at Froeg, near Rosegg, Carinthia, Austria. Great numbers of these riders were found; they may have been decorations for funerary vessels. Length 6.1 cm


    Bronze trappings,harness parts,snaffles and snaffle bits with iron inlay. From tumulus K at Froeg,Austria.


    Warriors fighting on board of ships. Naval battle against the Seapeople. Relief from the main temple of Ramses III (1193-1162 BCE), north wall of the outside temple walls, Medinet Habu, Thebes, Egypt. 20th Dynasty (1196-1080 BCE), New Kingdom


    Fragment of the "Hunting Palette", 3.300-3.100 BCE Grauwacke from Abydos, 40,6 x 40,5 cm E 11254 Decorated with a hunting scene in the desert,clothing and arms are found later in pharaonic society.

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    Men gathering figs, monkeys sit in the tree. Beni Hassan, tomb of Khnemhotep, No.3; period of Amenenmes II or Sesostris II, about 1920-1900 BCE. Ancient Egyptian Paintings selected,copied & described by Nina M.Davis,plate VII.

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    A bearded man holding a palm-tree. Ivory figure (20th-16th BCE) 25.5 x 10.3 cm Nr. 61882


    Perforated votive tablet of Ur-Nanshe, king of the city-state of Lagash. From Tello, Period of Archaic Dynasties II. Ur-Nanshe carries a basket with bricks; his wife and sons are with him.Lower register: Ur-Nanshe during a banquet. Limestone, 39 x 46,5 cm AO 2344


    The "Alexander Sarcophagus" from the Phoenician royal necropolis at Sidon, was made for Abdalonymos, King of Sidon. Short face,detail of 10-01-09/40:Battle of Gazza, a Greek soldier killing a Persian. Late 4th BCE Marble, 196x318x167 cm Inv. 370 T


    Goddess Hera. Attic wine cup (470 BCE).


    Young woman dancing to the tune of a double flute (aulos), played by a young man. Red-figured oenochoe, around 450-440 BCE G 574


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