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Roman Poetry

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Works of Art (28)

Aglauros's Vision of the Bridal Chamber of Herse, from the Story of Mercury and Herse, designed ca. 1540, woven ca. 1570, Workshop of Willem de Pannemaker (Flemish), Made/manufactured: Brussels, Southern Netherlands, Wool, silk, silver (41.190.135)
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)
The Challenge of the Pierides, ca. 1600(?), Karel van Mander I (Netherlandish), Pen and brown ink, brown wash (2007.406)
Clytie, 1869–70; this carving, 1872, William Henry Rinehart (American), Marble (11.68.1)
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)
Dirty Bride, or, The Wedding of Mopsus and Nisa, ca. 1566, Pieter Bruegel the Elder (Netherlandish), Pen and black-brown ink on white-prepared partially carved block of applewood (32.63)
The Dream of Aeneas, ca. 1663–66, Salvator Rosa (Italian, Neapolitan), Oil on canvas (65.118)
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)
The Feast of Acheloüs, ca. 1615, Peter Paul Rubens (Flemish); and Jan Brueghel the Elder (Flemish), Oil on wood (45.141)
The Golden Age, 1605, Joachim Wtewael (Netherlandish), Oil on copper (1993.333)
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)
Midas Washing at the Source of the Pactolus, 1624, Nicolas Poussin (French), Oil on canvas (71.56)
Nymphs and Satyrs in a Landscape, 1599 or before, Joseph Heintz the Elder (Swiss), Pen and brown ink, brown wash, red chalk, heightened with white body color, on yellow tinted paper (2007.174)
Omnia vincit Amor, 1599, Agostino Carracci (Italian, Bolognese) (17.3.1853)
Opera, 1799, Author: Horace, (Roman), Illustrator: Charles Percier (French), Publisher: Pierre Didot the Elder (French), Printed book with engraved headpiece illustrations (32.28)

Orpheus and Eurydice, probably modeled before 1887, executed 1893, Auguste Rodin (French), Marble (10.63.2)
Ovid among the Scythians, 1862, Eugène Delacroix (French), Oil on paper laid down on wood (2008.101)
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)
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)
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])
The Rape of Ganymede, 1505–15, Giovanni Battista Palumba (Master IB with the Bird) (Italian, active northern Italy and Rome), Woodcut (25.2.9)
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)
Venus and Adonis, ca. 1556–57, Giorgio Ghisi (Italian, Mantuan), after Teodoro Ghisi (Italian, Mantuan), Engraving (53.522.28)
Venus and Adonis, Titian (Tiziano Vecellio) (Italian, Venetian), Oil on canvas (49.7.16)
Vertumnus and Pomona, ca. 1760–70, François Boucher (French), Brown chalk (60.176.2)
Virgil Reading the Aeneid to Augustus, Livia, and Octavia, 1809 or 1819(?), Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (French), Pen and black ink, graphite, gray watercolor washes, white gouache heightening, Conté crayon on blue paper (2009.423)
Wineglass or sweetmeat cup (confittiera) with scenes of Virgil and Febilla, ca. 1475–1500, Venice (Murano), Barovier Glass House, Enameled and gilded glass (17.190.730a,b)