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Artemis or Diana

Figure, Deity, Greek and Roman, Artemis/Diana

Works of Art (19)

Apollo and Diana, ca. 1500–1505, JBarbari, Jacopo de' (Italian), Engraving (20.92.2)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
The Punishment of the Arrogant Niobe by Diana and Apollo, ca. 1772, Pierre Charles Jombert (French), Oil on canvas, mounted on board (1983.426)
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)
Themis (goddess of custom and law), second half of 4th century B.C., Greek, Marble (03.12.17)