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Works of Art (235)

Allegory of the Planets and Continents, sketch, 1752, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, Venetian), Oil on canvas (1977.1.3)
Amorini Celebrate the Rape of Proserpina, 1805–12, Francesco Rosaspina (Italian), after an oil painting by Francesco Albani (Italian), Engraving and etching (45.78.123)
Amphora (jar), ca. 540–530 B.C.; black-figure, Signed by Taleides as potter, attributed to the Taleides Painter, Greek, Attic, Archaic, Terracotta (47.11.5)
Amphora, ca. 530 B.C.; Archaic; red-figure, Signed by Andokides, as potter; Attributed to the Andokides Painter (red-figure decoration); Attributed to Psiax (black-figure decoration), Greek, Attic, Terracotta (63.11.6)
Annibale Carracci Introduces Painting to Apollo and Minerva, Pietro Aquila (Italian), after a drawing by Carlo Maratta (Italian), Etching (51.501.2593)
Apollo and Daphne, ca. 1538–40, Andrea Schiavone (Andrea Medulic or Meldolla) (Italian, Venetian), Etching (26.70.3[195])
Apollo and Diana, ca. 1500–1505, JBarbari, Jacopo de' (Italian), Engraving (20.92.2)
Apollo and the Muses on Parnassus, 1784, Raphael Morghen (Italian, Neapolitan), after Anton Raphael Mengs (German), Engraving and etching (28.22.36)
Apollo and the Muses on Parnassus, ca. 1514–20, Marcantonio Raimondi (Italian), after Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio or Santi) (Italian, Marchigian), Engraving (17.37.150)
Apollo Belvedere,ca. 1530–34, Marcantonio Raimondi (Italian), Engraving (49.97.114)
Apollo Slays the Python and Quarrels with Cupid: From the series The Story of Apollo and Daphne, mid-16th century, Master of the Die (Italian, active Rome), after Baldassare Tommaso Peruzzi (Italian), Engraving (49.97.323)
Apollo, 1588, Hendrick Goltzius (Netherlandish), Engraving (51.501.3)
Apollo, ca. 1595–97, Adriaen de Vries (Netherlandish), Bronze (41.190.534)
Apollo, Marsyas, and the Judgment of Midas, 1582, Melchior Meier (German, active Tuscany), Engraving (41.1.210)
Apollo, Pan, and a Putto Blowing a Horn, 1560s, Giorgio Ghisi (Italian, Mantuan), after Francesco Primaticcio (Italian, Bolognese), Engraving (49.95.161)
Apollo, Pegasus, and the Hippocrene Spring, mid-16th century, Angiolo Falconetto (Italian), after Giulio Romano (Italian, Roman, ca. 1499–1546), Etching (49.95.286)
Apotheosis of the Spanish Monarchy, sketch for a ceiling painting, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, Venetian), Oil on canvas (1980.363)
Armorial Plate (Tondino), ca. 1520–25 (or 1519?), Nicola da Urbino (Italian), Majolica (1975.1.1019)
Aryballos, ca. 570 B.C.; black-figure, Greek, Attic, Signed by Nearchos as potter, Terracotta (26.49)
Aureus of Septimius Severus, with a portrait of Julia Domna, ca. 193–96 A.D.; Severan, Roman, Gold (99.35.218)
Autumn, ca. 1594, Hendrick Goltzius (Netherlandish), Pen and brown ink, red-brown wash, over black chalk, heightened with white (61.25.2)
Bacchanal with a Wine Vat, 1470s, Andrea Mantegna (Italian, Paduan), Engraving and drypoint (1986.1159)
Bell krater depicting the return of Persephone, ca. 440 B.C.; Red-figure, Attributed to the Persephone Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (28.57.23)
Belt buckle, ca. 1868, California Jewelry Company, manufacturer; William Cummings, patentee, American, Gold, champlevé enamel (2000.571)
Birth of Cupid, Master of Flora (Italian, Fontainebleau), Oil on wood (41.48)
The Birth of Venus, 1875, Alexandre Cabanel (French), Oil on canvas (94.24.1)
Bowl, Late Antique, 2nd half of 4th–early 5th century A.D., Roman, Glass, blown and cut (17.194.328)
Box mirror with the head of Pan, late 4th century B.C.; Hellenistic, Greek, Bronze (25.78.44a-d)
Box with Sleeping Eros, 300s, Roman or Byzantine; Said to have been found in Tartus, Syria, Silver (47.100.33)
Bronze hydria (water jar), 4th century B.C.; Classical, Greek, Bronze (44.11.9)
Bust of Serapis, 2nd century A.D.; Mid-Imperial, Roman; said to be from Egypt, Silver (1991.127)
Calyx-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water), ca. 440–430 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to a painter of the Polygnotos Group, Greek, Attic, Classical, Terracotta (56.171.48)
Calyx-krater (vessel for mixing wine and water) depicting Herakles, Theseus, and Perithous in Hades, ca. 450–440 B.C.; red-figure, Greek; Attic, Attributed to the Nekyia Painter, Terracotta (08.258.21)
Cameo cup fragment with lovemaking scene, first half of 1st century A.D., Roman, Glass (81.10.349)
Cameo fragment with Jupiter astride an eagle, 1st century B.C.–1st century A.D., Roman (or possibly Late Hellenistic), Sardonyx (32.142.2)
Cameo with Hercules, ca. 1220, Probably made in southern Italy, Sardonyx with modern gold frame (38.150.23)
Candelabrum Centerpiece, 1835–36, Paul Storr (British), Silver-gilt, (60.55.10a-s)
Candelabrum with Stand, 1838, Paul Storr (British), Silver, (1976.423-h)
Centerpiece, ca. 1775–80, Italian; Cozzi factory, Hard-paste porcelain (1977.216.37)
Childbirth bowl (scodella) with confinement-chamber scene (interior) and Diana and Actaeon (exterior), ca. 1530s, Circle of Francesco Xanto Avelli (Italian), Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica) (41.49.2)
Cista with Herakles Amazonomachy, 4th–3rd centuries B.C., Italic, Bronze (22.84.2)
Column-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water), ca. 350–320 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Group of Boston 00.348, Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Terracotta (50.11.4)
Column-krater, ca. 550 B.C.; black-figure, Attributed to Lydos, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (31.11.11)
Contest between Athena and Poseidon, ca. 1543, Antonio Fantuzzi (Italian, Bolognese), after Rosso Fiorentino (Italian, Florentine), Etching; sheet, trimmed to platemark (49.97.589)
Courtesan and Blind Cupid, ca. 1588, Pietro Bertelli (Italian, Paduan), Engraving and etching; sheet (55.503.30)
Cross-Shaped Pendant and Four Other Motifs, 1622, Giovanni Battista Costantini (Italian), Blackwork and engraving (23.101.8)
Cupid on a Lion, ca. 1675–90, Mattheus van Beveren (Flemish), Flemish, Ivory, ebony base (1980.220)
Cupid with the Arms of Mars, ca. 1547–62, Adamo Scultori (Italian, Mantuan), Engraving (49.97.479)
The Destruction of the Children of Niobe: From a set of The Horses, early 1630s, Franz Cleyn (German); Woven at the Mortlake manufactory, 1650–70, English, Wool and silk (36.149.1)
Diana and Actaeon, 1836, Camille Corot (French), Oil on canvas (1975.1.162)
Diana and Actaeon, ca. 1590, Bartholomeus Spranger (Netherlandish), Pen and brown ink, brush and brown and gray wash, white heightening, over traces of black chalk (1997.93)
Diana and Cupid, 1761, Pompeo Girolamo Batoni (Italian, Roman), Oil on canvas (1982.438)
Diana and Her Nymphs: From a set of Mythological Scenes, 1644, Laurent de La Hyre; Probably woven in the workshop of Hippolyte de Comans in the Faubourg Saint-Marcel, Paris, before 1662, French (Paris) Wool, silk, and silver-gilt thread (20.44.3)
Diana the Huntress, after 1526, Giampietrino (Giovanni Pietro Rizzoli) (Italian, Milanese), Oil on wood 1989.21
Diana, 1888–89; this cast, 1890, Frederick William MacMonnies (American), Bronze (27.21.9)
Diana, 1892–93; this cast, 1928, Augustus Saint-Gaudens (American), Bronze, gilt (28.101)
Diana, 1893–94; this cast, 1894 or after, Augustus Saint-Gaudens (American), Bronze (1985.353)
Diana: From the series Gods in Niches, 1526, Giovanni (Gian) Jacopo (Giacomo) Caraglio (Italian, Veronese or Parmese), after Rosso Fiorentino (Italian, Florentine), Engraving, as retouched by Franceso Villamena (Italian) (49.97.233)
Dish with Apollo and Daphne, ca. 1st century B.C.; Pakistan, ancient region of Gandhara, Schist (1987.142.307)
Dish: The Wedding Feast of Cupid and Psyche, 1558, Pierre Reymond (French), Enamel on copper (1984.195)
Disk with a herm of Dionysos in relief, Early Imperial, third quarter of 1st century A.D., Roman, Marble, pigment (26.60.27)
The Dream of Aeneas, ca. 1663–66, Salvator Rosa (Italian, Neapolitan), Oil on canvas (65.118)
Drowning of Britomartis, 1547–59, Probably designed by Jean Cousin the Elder (French); possibly woven by Pierre Blasse the Younger and Jacques Langlois (both French), Wool and silk (42.57.1)
Endymion sarcophagus, Mid-Imperial, Severan, early 3rd century A.D., Roman, Marble (47.100.4)
The Fall of Phaeton: From the series The Metamorphoses, ca. 1588, Anonymous engraver, after Hendrick Goltzius (Netherlandish), Engraving (49.97.662)
The Fall of Phaeton: From the series The Metamorphoses, ca. 1588, Hendrick Goltzius (Netherlandish), Pen and red-brown ink, brush and brown wash, heightened with white, indented for transfer (1992.376)
Fall of the Giants, 1638, Bartolomeo Coriolano (Italian, Bolognese), after Guido Reni (Italian, Bolognese), Chiaroscuro woodcut from three blocks, printed on four sheets (17.50.2)
Fall of the Giants, ca. 1530s–40s, Attributed to Girolamo Fagiuoli (Italian, active Bologna), after Perino del Vaga (Pietro Buonaccorsi) (Italian), Engraving (49.95.8)
Farnese Hercules,1562, Jacob Bos (Netherlandish, born 's Hertogenbosch), Published by Antonio Lafréri (French), From the Metropolitan Museum's copy of the Speculum Romanae magnificentiae (Mirror of Rome's Magnificence), Engraving (41.72[2.63])
Feast of the Gods at the Marriage of Cupid and Psyche, 1587, Hendrick Goltzius (Netherlandish), after Bartholomeus Spranger (Netherlandish), Engraving, printed from three plates on three attached sheets; second state of four (2000.113)
Figurine of a winged goddess, 7th or early 6th century B.C., Greek, Laconian; found in the sanctuary of Artemis Orthia, Lead (24.195.4)
Finger ring engraved with a seated woman and flying Eros, second half of 5th century B.C., Greek, Gold (1994.230.1)
Finger ring engraved with an image of Hermes, late 4th century B.C., Greek, South Italian, Tarentine, Gold (1994.230.3)
Fragment from the Eleusinian Relief, ca. 27 B.C.–14 A.D.; Augustan, Fragments of a Roman copy set in a plaster cast of the original Greek relief of ca. 350–325 B.C., Marble (14.130.9)
Fragment of a limestone relief with enthroned couple, Late Classical or Hellenistic, 4th–3rd century B.C., Greek, South Italian, Tarentine, Limestone (1996.151.1)

Fragment of a limestone relief with standing figure, Late Classical or Hellenistic, 4th–3rd century B.C., Greek, South Italian, Tarentine, Limestone (1996.151.2)

Fragment of a limestone relief with two standing figures, Late Classical or Hellenistic, 4th–3rd century B.C., Greek, South Italian, Tarentine, Limestone (1996.305)
Fragmentary head of a deity wearing a Dionysiac fillet, probably Julio-Claudian, ca. 14–68 A.D., Roman; copy of a Greek work of the 2nd century B.C., Marble, pigment, gilding (1992.11.66)
Furniture attachment, 1st century A.D.; Early Imperial, Roman, Bronze (23.160.79)
Furniture attachment, 1st century A.D.; Early Imperial, Roman, Bronze (27.253.1)
Game Piece with Hercules Throwing Diomedes to his Man–Eating Horses, ca. 1100–1150, German (Probably made in Cologne), Elephant ivory (16.106)
The Garden of Venus, ca. 1631–37, Pietro Testa (Italian, Roman), Etching (26.70.3[44])
The Great Hercules, 1589, Hendrick Goltzius (Netherlandish), Engraving (46.140.28)
Handle attachment in the form of a mask, 1st century B.C–1st century A.D., Late Hellenistic or Early Imperial, Greek or Roman, Bronze (1972.118.98)
Head of a Bearded Man with a Garland Crown (Jupiter?), ca. 1230–50, Southern Italy, Limestone (L.2003.13)
Head of a veiled goddess, Classical, ca. 425 B.C., Greek, Attic, Marble (2007.328)
Head of Athena, ca. 138–92 A.D.; Antonine, Roman; copy of a Greek statue of ca. 430 B.C. attributed to the sculptor Pheidias, Marble (2007.293)
Head of Athena, Hellenistic, late 3rd–early 2nd century B.C., Greek, Marble (1996.178)
Head of herm, 1st or 2nd century A.D.; Imperial Roman, Copy of a Greek work of the late 5th century B.C., Marble (03.12.4)
Head of Zeus Ammon, Hadrianic-Antonine period, ca. A.D. 120–60, adaptation of a Classical or Hellenistic Greek work, Roman, Marble (2012.22)
Hekateion, 1st–2nd century A.D., Roman, Marble (1987.11.2)
Hercules and Achelous in the Form of a Bull, ca. 1524–25, Giovanni (Gian) Jacopo (Giacomo) Caraglio (Italian, Veronese or Parmese), after Rosso Fiorentino (Italian, Florentine), Engraving (49.50.208)
Hercules and Achelous, probably mid-17th century, Attributed to the Master of the Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian, Austrian, Ivory (1982.60.129)
Hercules and Antaeus, ca. 1516, Ugo da Carpi (Italian), after Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio or Santi) (Italian, Marchigian), Chiaroscuro woodcut from two blocks (22.67.80)
Hercules and the Hydra of Lerna, ca. 1500–1520, Robetta (Cristofano di Michele Martini) (Italian, Florentine), after Antonio Pollaiuolo (Italian, Florentine), Engraving (27.20.2)
Hercules Chasing Avarice from the Temple of the Muses, ca. 1518 (?), Ugo da Carpi (Italian); Designed by Baldassare Tommaso Peruzzi (Italian), Chiaroscuro woodcut from two blocks (20.24.76)
Hercules Farnese, ca. 1592 (published and dated 1617), Hendrick Goltzius (Netherlandish), Engraving (17.37.59)
The Hope Dionysos, late 1st century A.D., with 18th-century restoration by Vincenzo Pacetti; Imperial, Roman, Marble (1990.247)
Hydria (water jar) depicting Herakles with women, a satyr, and Pan in the Garden of the Hesperides, early 4th century B.C.; red-figure, Greek; Attic, Attributed to the Hesperides Painter, Terracotta (24.97.5)
Hydria (water jar) with the infant Herakles strangling snakes sent by the goddess Hera, ca. 460–450 B.C.; red-figure, Greek; Attic, Attributed to the Nausicaä Painter, Terracotta (25.28)
Hydria (water jar), Late Classical, red-figure, ca. 340–330 B.C., Greek, South Italian, Apulian, Attributed to the Group of B.M. F 308, Terracotta (07.128.1)
Inscribed statue base, mid-Imperial, Antonine, ca. 160–170 A.D., Roman, Marble (26.60.70a,b)
Intaglio with Dionysos holding the thyrsos and a cup, late 4th–3rd century B.C., Greek, Hellenistic, Banded agate (81.6.9)
Intaglio with Eros carrying the weapons of Herakles, 1st century B.C., Roman, Almandine garnet (81.6. 31)
Intaglio with Hermes pulling up a figure emerging from the ground, 3rd–2nd century B.C., Italic, Hellenistic, Banded agate (81.6.28)
Intaglio with the head of Asklepios, 1st century B.C.–3rd century A.D., Roman, Carnelian (81.6.94)
Intaglio with Winged Nike in a chariot drawn by two serpents, 1st century B.C.–3rd century A.D., Roman, Late Republican or Imperial, Carnelian (81.6.102)
Iphicles and Hercules Attacked by Snakes, mid-15th century, Italy; Padua, Terracotta (2006.453)
Iris, Messenger of the Gods, also known as Another Voice, Called Iris, modeled ca. 1895, this bronze cast 1965, Auguste Rodin (French), Bronze, on a black marble base (1984.364.7)
Judgment of Paris, ca. 1510–20, Marcantonio Raimondi (Italian); Designed by Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio or Santi) (Italian), Italian, Engraving (19.74.1)
Judgment of Paris, possibly ca. 1528, Lucas Cranach the Elder (German), Oil on wood (28.221)
Jupiter and Juno: Study for the "Furti di Giove" Tapestries, ca. 1532–35, Perino del Vaga (Italian), Pen and ink with brown wash, heightened with white, on gray paper (2011.36)
Kylix (drinking cup), ca. 470 B.C.; Classical, white-ground, Attributed to the Villa Giulia Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (1979.11.15)
Kylix (drinking cup), ca. 480 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Briseis Painter, Greek, Attic, Classical, Terracotta (53.11.4)
Kylix, ca. 540–530 B.C.; black-figure, Attributed to the Amasis Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (1989.281.62)
Kylix: eye-cup (drinking cup), ca. 530 B.C.; black-figure, Greek, Attic, Archaic, Terracotta (09.221.39)
La Table aux Amours (The Demidoff Table), 1845, Lorenzo Bartolini (Italian), Marble (03.11a–d)
Lament of the Art of Painting, ca. 1572–78, Cornelis Cort (Flemish), after Federico Zuccaro (Italian), Engraving from two plates (1988.1086)
Lamenting the Death of Adonis, mid-16th century, After Luca Cambiaso (Italian), Woodcut (17.37.33)
Le Bassin d'Apollon (The Fountain of Apollo, Versailles): From the series Veues des plus Beaux Lieux de France et d'Italie . . ., 1680s, Adam Perelle (French), Nicolas Langlois, Paris, Etching (52.519.84.88)
Leaf from a Manuscript of Valerius Maximus, ca. 1380, French, Made in Paris,, Parchment, tempera, ink, gold leaf (31.134.8)
Lekythos (oil flask), ca. 450 B.C.; white-ground, Attributed to the Sabouroff Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (21.88.17)
Lekythos (oil flask), ca. 460–450 B.C.; red-figure Attributed to the Nikon Painter Greek, Attic Terracotta (53.224)
Lekythos (oil flask), ca. 480–470 B.C.; red-figure Attributed to the Tithonos Painter Greek, Attic Terracotta (25.78.2)
Lekythos (oil flask), ca. 500 B.C.; black-figure on white ground, Attributed to the Sappho Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (41.162.29)
Lekythos (oil flask), ca. 500 B.C.; black-figure, Attributed to the Diosphos Painter, Greek, Attic, Archaic, Terracotta (64.300)
Lekythos depicting Poseidon pursuing Amymone, ca. 440 B.C.; Red-figure, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (17.230.35)
Lid of a ceremonial box, late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D.; Augustan, Roman, Gilt silver (2000.26)
Louis XIV as Apollo, 1672, Michel Molart (French), Bronze (25.142.61)
The Madytos Jewelry, ca. 330–300 B.C.; Hellenistic, Greek; Said to be from Madytos, Gold (06.1217.1-.13)
Mandora or chitarino, ca. 1420, Northern Italy (Milan?), Boxwood and rosewood (64.101.1409)
Mantel Clock (Telleruhr), ca. 1710, Movement by Franz Xaver Gegenreiner (German); Repoussé silver by Johann Andreas Thelot (German), Case: tortoiseshell veneer and silver, partly gilt; Dial: champlevé silver with black numerals; Movement: brass and steel (46.162)
Marble sarcophagus with garlands and the myth of Theseus and Ariadne, ca. 130–150 A.D., Roman, Hadrianic or early Antonine, Marble, Luni and Pentelic (90.12a,b)
Marcantonio Pasqualini (1614–1691) Crowned by Apollo, 1641, Andrea Sacchi (Italian, Roman), Oil on canvas (1981.317)
The Marriage of Cupid and Psyche, ca. 1550, Andrea Schiavone (Andrea Medulic or Meldolla) (Italian, Venetian), Oil on wood (1973.116)
Mars and Venus United by Love, Paolo Veronese (Paolo Caliari) (Italian, Venetian), Oil on canvas (10.189)
Mercury in a Decorative Frame with Grotesques, ca. 1600–1630, After Adriaen Collaert (Netherlandish, ca. 1560–1618), Blackwork and engraving (23.101.4)
Midas Washing at the Source of the Pactolus, 1624, Nicolas Poussin (French), Oil on canvas (71.56)
Minerva and the Muses, mid-16th century, Emilian (?) school, Etching and drypoint (27.78.2[99])
Minerva Protecting the Young King of Rome, 1811, Joseph-Antoine Romagnési (French), Plaster, painted to resemble yellowish stone; green marbleized wood (frame only) (27.191.2)
Minerva, 1766, Clodion (Claude Michel) (French), French, modeled in Rome, Terracotta (1975.312.6)
Mirror with a support in the form of a nude girl, second half of 6th century B.C., Laconian; Said to be from southern Italy, Bronze (38.11.3)
Mirror, ca. 350 B.C.; Late Classical, Etruscan, Bronze (09.221.16)
The Musicians, ca. 1595, Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi) (Italian, Lombard), Oil on canvas (52.81)
Naval Battle between Trojans and Greeks, 1538, Giovanni Battista Scultori (Italian, Mantuan), Engraving printed in brown ink (53.600.996)fi
Neck-amphora (jar), ca. 530 B.C.; Attic, black-figure, Attributed to an artist near Exekias, Greek, Terracotta (98.8.13)
Neck-amphora, Archaic, ca. 540–530 B.C.; black-figure, Attributed to a painter of the Princeton Group, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (2010.147)
Neptune, carved mid-17th century, Adam Lenckhart (German), Austria, Ivory (24.80.91)
The Night-Hag Visiting Lapland Witches, 1796, Henry Fuseli (Swiss), Oil on canvas (1980.411)
Nolan neck-amphora (jar), ca. 440–430 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Dwarf Painter, Greek, Attic, Classical, Terracotta (56.171.42)
Nolan neck-amphora with triple handles, ca. 470–460 B.C.; red-figure, Attributed to the Achilles Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (25.189.2)
Omnia vincit Amor, 1599, Agostino Carracci (Italian, Bolognese) (17.3.1853)
Ovidio metamorphoseos vulgare (Ovid's Metamorphoses in the Vernacular), by Giovanni Bonsignore, 2d ed. (Venice: Lucantonio Giunta, 1501), Woodcut illustrations by 15th-century Venetian school (22.16)
Pair of candelabra, ca. 1840, Antoine-Louis Barye (French), Bronze (10.108.1a,b)
Pair of flintlock pistols, 1800–1801, Samuel Brunn (English); Michael Barnett (English), Steel, wood, silver, gold (1992.330.1-.2)
Pair of skyphoi (cups) with relief decoration, late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D.; Early Imperial, Augustan, Roman, Silver with gilding (1994.43.1,.2)
Pan Reclining before a Large Vase, published 1648, Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione (Il Grechetto) (Italian), Etching (17.50.17[464])
Panathenaic prize amphora, ca. 525–500 B.C.; black-figure Attributed to the Kleophrades Painter Greek, Attic Terracotta (07.286.79)
Panathenaic prize amphora, ca. 525–500 B.C.; black-figure, Attributed to the Kleophrades Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta (16.71)
Panel with the Triumph of Dionysos, Early Byzantine, 4th century, Egypt; said to be from Panopolis (Akhmim), Undyed linen and purple wool; tapestry woven (90.5.873)
Pendant in the form of Neptune and a sea monster, early 17th century, Probably Netherlandish, Baroque pearl with enameled gold mounts set with rubies, diamonds, pearls (1982.60.378)
Pendant, ca. 1550–75, Flemish or German (Cologne?), Boxwood and various woods for marquetry, partly stained (17.190.310)
Plaque of Mithras slaying the bull, mid-Imperial, 2nd or early 3rd century A.D., Roman, Bronze (1997.145.3)
Plaque: Hercules Overcoming the Centaur Nessus, ca. 1570–80, Annibale Fontana (Italian, Milanese), Rock crystal in enameled gold frame of later date (32.100.237)
Plaster model for Cupid and Psyche, 18th century (1794), Antonio Canova (Italian), Rome, Italy, Plaster (05.46)
Plateau, ca. 1825, John W. Forbes (American), Silver, glass, walnut (1993.167)
The Power of Cupid (Jupiter Disarmed), ca. 1530–50, Master of the Die (Italian, active Rome), after Baldassare Tommaso Peruzzi (Italian), Engraving (49.97.328)
Poynter Apollo, 1501–3, Albrecht Dürer (German), Pen and brown and black ink (63.212)
Priapus and Lotis, third quarter of 16th century, Unidentified Sixteenth-Century Etcher (possibly Jacopo Bertoia, Italian, Parma), after Francesco Parmigianino (?) (Italian, Parma), Etching (27.78.1[26])
Psiche Curieuse, mid-1770s, Giovanni David (Italian), Etching and aquatint (1976.629)
The Punishment of the Arrogant Niobe by Diana and Apollo, ca. 1772, Pierre Charles Jombert (French), Oil on canvas, mounted on board (1983.426)
Pyxis with the Triumph of Dionysos in India, mid-500s, Byzantine; Possibly made in Syria, said to have been found in Rome, Ivory (17.190.56)
Quatriregio (Four Realms): Signatures B2v and B3, Author: Federico Frezzi, Florence: For Piero Pacini da Pescia, July 26, 1508, Book with printed text and woodcut illustrations (21.4.1)
The Rape of Ganymede, 1505–15, Giovanni Battista Palumba (Master IB with the Bird) (Italian, active northern Italy and Rome), Woodcut (25.2.9)
The Rape of Ganymede, ca. 1500–1505, Giulio Campagnola (Italian, Paduan), Engraving (37.3.10)
The Rape of Proserpina, ca. 1750, Italian; Doccia, Hard-paste porcelain (1997.377)
The Rape of Proserpina, ca. 1760–95, Gaetano Gandolfi (Italian, Bolognese), Etching (60.611.66)
The Rape of Proserpina, Giuseppe Scolari (Italian, Vicenzan), Woodcut (22.73.3[152])
Relief of a woman and youth reclining, late 6th–early 5th century B.C., Etruscan, Amber (17.190.2067)
Relief with an archaistic Hermes, 1st century A.D., Roman, Marble (1991.11.8)
The Return of Neptune, ca. 1754, John Singleton Copley (American), Oil on canvas (59.198)
Ring with head of Herakles, late 4th–3rd century B.C.; Hellenistic, Greek, Gold (10.132.1)
Roundel with mock Triumph of Love, ca. 1510–20, Perhaps Castel Durante or elsewhere in the Marches, Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica) (1975.1.1025)
Sampler, 1656, Anna Buckett, English, Linen worked with silk threads; long-and-short, split, stem, back, tent, cross, and satin stitches (64.101.1327)
Sarcophagus with the contest between the Muses and the Sirens, Late Imperial, Gallienic, third quarter of 3rd century A.D., Roman; in the Villa Nero, Rome, about 1640; later, in the Giardino Torrigiani, Florence, Pentelic marble (10.104)
Seated Figure of Mercury, 1524–26, Parmigianino (Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola) (Italian), Black chalk (1997.154)
Sleeping Cupid, mid-17th century, Bartolomeo Coriolano (Italian, Bolognese), after Guido Reni (Italian, Bolognese), Chiaroscuro woodcut from two blocks (22.73.3[107])
Stater with head of Alexander the Great, 286–281 B.C.; Hellenistic, Greek; Lysimachos, Pella, Gold (52.127.4)
Statue of Aphrodite holding winged Eros, late 4th century B.C.; Hellenistic, Cypriot; Said to be from the temple at Golgoi, Limestone (74.51.2464)
Statue of Aphrodite, 1st or 2nd century A.D., Roman copy of a Greek statue of the 3rd or 2nd century B.C., Marble (52.11.5)
Statue of Aphrodite, 2nd century B.C.; Late Hellenistic, Greek, Marble (2006.509)
Statue of Eros sleeping, Hellenistic, 3rd century B.C.–2nd century B.C.,Greek, Bronze (43.11.4)
Statue of Herakles seated on a rock, Imperial, 1st or 2nd century A.D., Roman; adaptation of a Greek statue of the late 4th or early 3rd century B.C., Marble (11.55)
Statue of Pan, 1st century A.D., Roman, Marble (1992.11.71)
Statuette of Aphrodite, ca. 150–100 B.C., Greek, late Hellenistic; variant of the 4th century B.C. Aphrodite of Knidos by Praxiteles, Bronze (12.173)
Statuette of Cybele on a cart drawn by lions, Imperial, second half of 2nd century A.D., Roman, Bronze (97.22.24),
Statuette of Herakles, last quarter of 6th century B.C.; Archaic, Greek, Bronze (28.77)
Statuette of Kybele, Imperial, 1st–2nd century A.D., Roman, based on a cult statue by the Greek sculptor Pheidias or Agorakritos of the late 5th century B.C., Marble (22.139.24)
Statuette of Zeus Serapis, Mid-Imperial, 2nd century A.D., Roman, Gold (53.191.2)
Steelyward weight with the bust of Athena, second half of 4th–6th century, Byzantine, Copper alloy (59.184)
Studies for Hercules Holding a Club Seen in Frontal View, Male Nude Unsheathing a Sword, and the Movements of Water (recto); Study for Hercules Holding a Club Seen in Rear View (verso), 1506–8, Leonardo da Vinci (Italian), Pen and brown ink, charcoal or soft black chalk (recto), charcoal or soft black chalk (verso) (2000.328a,b)
Study for a Triton (recto); Anatomical Studies (?) (verso), 1642–44, Gian Lorenzo Bernini (Italian), Drawing in red chalk, background tinted with an almost imperceptible pale brown wash, framing lines in pen and brown ink (recto); black chalk (verso) (1973.265)
Terracotta Figure of Isis-Aphrodite, Roman period, 2nd–3rd century, Egyptian, Alluvial clay; brown, black, red, and pink paint on white englobe (1991.76)
Terracotta lekythos (oil flask), ca. 420 B.C.; red-figure and white-ground, Attributed to the Eretria Painter, Greek, Attic, Classical, Terracotta (31.11.13)
Tetradrachm of Seleucus I, 300–280 B.C.; Seleucid, Iran, excavated at Pasargadae, Silver (1974.105.9)
Thalia, probably second quarter of 19th century, Giuseppe Girometti (Italian), Rome, Onyx (40.20.38)
Themis (goddess of custom and law), second half of 4th century B.C., Greek, Marble (03.12.17)
Tile mosaic of Isis, Imperial, 2nd century A.D., Roman, Tesserae (45.16.2)
The Titan's Goblet, 1833, Thomas Cole (American), Oil on canvas (04.29.2)
The Toilet of Venus, 1751, François Boucher (French), Oil on canvas (20.155.9)
Torso of draped, flying Nike, late 5th century B.C., Greek, Terracotta (07.286.23)
Tray, 1806–7, Digby Scott (English), Benjamin Smith (English), partners, Silver-gilt, (1977.436.3)
Triton Sounding a Conch Shell, ca. 1597–1602, Annibale Carracci (Italian, Bolognese), Black chalk on blue paper (1970.15)
Triton, 16th century (1560–70), Giambologna (Netherlandish), Made in Florence, Italy, Bronze (14.40.689)
Triumph of Dionysos and the Seasons Sarcophagus, ca. 260–270, Roman, Marble (55.11.5)
The Triumph of Love, ca. 1485–90, Francesco Rosselli (Italian, Florentine), Engraving (25.2.33)
The Triumph of Marius, 1729, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, Venetian), Oil on canvas (65.183.1)
Tunic with Panels of Dionysian Figures, 400–500, Byzantine; Said to be from Panopolis (now Akhmim), Egypt, Linen, undyed, with wool panels in tapestry weave (26.9.9)
Tunic, 5th century, Probably from Panopolis (Ahkmim), Egypt, Undyed linen and purple wool, design in tapestry weave (26.9.8)
Vase, 18th century (1780), Made by Wedgwood and Co., Etruria/Staffordshire, England, Black basalt (66.17)
Vase, late 18th century, John Flaxman (English); Made by Josiah Wedgewood and Sons, Etruria/Staffordshire, England, Jasperware (09.194.7)
Venus and Adonis, ca. 1556–57, Giorgio Ghisi (Italian, Mantuan), after Teodoro Ghisi (Italian, Mantuan), Engraving (53.522.28)
Venus and Adonis, mid- or late 1630s, Peter Paul Rubens (Flemish), Oil on canvas (37.162)
Venus and Adonis, Titian (Tiziano Vecellio) (Italian, Venetian), Oil on canvas (49.7.16)
Venus and Cupid, ca. 1525–27, Lucas Cranach the Elder (German), Oil on panel (1982.60.48)
Venus and Cupid, late 1520s, Lorenzo Lotto (Italian, Venetian), Oil on canvas (1986.138)
Venus and the Lute Player, ca. 1565–70, Titian and Workshop (Italian, Venetian), Oil on canvas (36.29)
Venus Entrusting an Infant to Time, ca. 1758, Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo (Italian, Venetian), after Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, Venetian), Etching (57.619.5)
Venus Giving Arms to Aeneas, 1704, Jean Cornu (French), France (Paris), Terracotta and painted wood (32.100.158)
Venus Whipping Cupid with Roses, early 17th century, Giovanni Luigi Valesio (Italian), Engraving (17.50.16[188])
Venus Wounded by the Rose's Thorn, ca. 1516, Marco Dente (Italian), after Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio or Santi) (Italian, Marchigian) or Giulio Romano (Italian, Roman), Engraving (1986.1180.213)
Vertumnus and Pomona, ca. 1760–70, François Boucher (French), Brown chalk (60.176.2)
Victory, 1892–1903; this cast, 1914 or after (by 1916), Augustus Saint-Gaudens (American), Bronze, gilt (17.90.1)
Vulcan at His Forge with Mars and Venus, 1543, Enea Vico (Italian), after Parmigianino (Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola) (Italian), Engraving (49.97.351)
Woman with a Parrot, 1866, Gustave Courbet (French), Oil on canvas (29.100.57)
Writing desk (bureau brisé), ca. 1685, Alexandre-Jean Oppenordt (Dutch, active France), maker; Jean Berain (French), engraver, France (Paris), Oak, pine, and walnut veneered with ebony, rosewood, and marquetry of engraved brass on tortoiseshell; gilt bronze, steel (1986.365.3)
Young Dionysos, 2nd century A.D., adaptation of a late 4th-century B.C. Greek statue type, Roman Imperial, Marble (2011.517)