Diana and her nymphs discovered by satyrs. Wildens
and Snayers collaborated in this painting,providing
animals and landscape.
Canvas, 136 x 165 cm Cat.1665
Four Cretan tribute-bearers.
Thebes,tomb of Menkheperrasonb, No.86,
period of Tuthmosis III (1478-1448 BCE)
Ancient Egyptian Paintings,selected,copied & described
by Nina M.Davies; plate XXIII
La Vierge aux rochers - The Madonna of the Rocks, 1483.
Wood transposed onto canvas, 199cm x 122 cm.
Amori: Reciproco Amore (Mutual Love) One of a series
of four paintings "Love in the Golden Age". 1585/89
Canvas, 160 x 260 cm
The snake priestess. Earthenware figure (17th-14th BCE)
Dance of the angels and the Just in Paradise.
Detail from the Last Judgement.
Wood (around 1431), 105 x 210 cm
Oil on canvas, 1888
Le triomphe de Bacchus - The triumph of Bacchus. 1747.
Canvas, 199 x 225cm.
Return of the Hunters.
From the series of six paintings "The Seasons".
Oil on oakwood (1565)
Size 117 x 162 cm
Cat. 50, Inv. 1838
A Sunday afternoon on the Island of the Grande Jatte.
Canvas,69,8 x 104 cm
Concert in the country:instrumental music.
Goddess Athena disguises Ulysses as beggar
Alexandre et Porus - Alexander the Great and Porus,
King of India, 1673
Canvas, 470 x 1264 cm
Impression, Soleil Levant (Impression, Rising Sun)
Oil on canvas, painted 1872 in Le Havre, France
48 x 63 cm
Critics called Monet and his circle - at first ironically - "Impressionists" after the title of this work.
2 ships sailing against waves, man overboard, dolphins.
Marble relief from a sarcophagus. Detail
52 x 178 cm
Elamite fugitives hide in the swampland. Detail
Ashurbanipal's battle against the King of Elam.
Stone bas-relief (7th BCE) from the palace
in Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq).
A harpist in Sennacherib's gardens.
Stone bas-relief (7th BCE) from the
palace in Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq).
Marine fauna, fish, Casa del Fauno, Pompeii VI 12,2
Polychrome mosaic (1st CE)
The Peasants' Wedding.
Oil on oakwood (1568)
Size 114 x 164 cm
Cat. 55, Inv. 1027
Persee secourant Andromede - Perseus rescues Andromeda.
She was tied to a rock to be devoured by a sea-monster, but Perseus, riding Pegasus, delivered and married her.
Canvas,180 x 150 cm, painted 1611.
Oil on Canvas
Factory at Horta del Ebro,summer 1909
Oil on canvas, 53 x 63 cm
Apollon et Daphné - Apollo and Daphne. Around 1615-1620.
Copper, 17cm x 35cm.
Apollo, Pallas and the Muses; from the collection
of Emperor Rudolf II.
Marble, 37 x 49 cm