Sea battle between the Spanish Armada
and English naval forces (1588).
Oil on canvas (around 1600)
91 x 153 cm
La Mer a L'Estaque (The sea at L'Estaque)
Small town near Marseille, represented in twenty-seven
of Cezanne's paintings.
Bought by Pablo Picasso in 1940.
Oil on canvas, 1878-79
73 x 92 cm
Die Alexanderschlacht - the Battle of Issos (also known as Battle of Issus), 5 November 333 BCE. Painted 1529.
Limewood,158 x 120 cm
Oil on canvas
177 x 115 cm
Tavola Strozzi depicting the Naples waterfront and the return of the Aragonese fleet from the battle of Ischia.
Saint Catherine's altar, triptych on lime wood (1506).
Left panel: Saint Dorothy receiving roses from
a young boy, Saint Agnes with the lamb, and Saint
Kunigunde with the ploughshare.
Saint's day: 21 January
Amori:Eta d'Oro (The Golden Age). One of a series
of four paintings "Love in the Golden Age". 1585/89
Canvas, 160 x 260 cm
Goddess, feeding two goats. Mycenean ivory,
cover of a pyxis, from Minet-el-Beida. 13TH BCE
13,7 x 11,5 cm
The Phaestos Sun-disk, on both sides spirals
with individually stamped hieroglyphs,
perhaps a hymn to a god.
Red pottery (17th BCE) from Phaestos, Crete.
Court society in front of a Burgundian castle.
Oil on wood
Oil on wood, 98 x 217 cm
Virgin and child with Saint Catherine of Alexandria
and Saint James the Elder, 1527-30
Canvas, 113,5 x 152 cm
Warriors under palm trees carrying booty.
Ashurbanipal triumphs over the allies of
his brother Shamasheshun-Ulcin.
Stone bas-relief (7th BCE) from the palace
in Niniveh, Mesopotamia (Iraq).
Oil on canvas (1674)
175 x 150 cm
Market scene, around 1580-1585
Canvas, 125 x 280 cm
Pan and Syrinx: Syrinx
Oil on canvas (1637-1638)
106 x 82 cm
Die Wohnungen haengen an der Unterseite der Wiesen -
The apartments hang from the underside of the meadows.
Mixed technique (1970)
44 x 63 cm
Canaanite moat, tower, and fortification
wall of Jericho (Tel-el-Sultan), oldest
known inhabited settlement.
Throne room of the palace of Knossos, Crete.
The "Throne of Minos" is of stone and embedded in the
wall of a dark chamber (15th BCE). The griffin frescoes
on the wall are restored from surviving fragments.
Bard professional singer) with lyre. Bronze figure (10th-6th BCE)
Landscape with rites of Isis: the ceremony
of mourning Osiris (his antropomorphous sarcophagus
in the center). The landscape is inspired by Upper
Egypt. From the Ekklesiasterion in Pompeii 1,68
Annunciation, late 15th or early 16th.
Wood,transferred to canvas, 164 x 120 cm
Les charmes de la vie champetre - the delights of life
in the country.
Canvas, 100 x 146 cm INV. 2726