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Works of Art (277)

Bust of Marie de France, ca. 1381, Jean de Liège (Franco-Netherlandish, Île-de-France, Saint-Denis, Abbey Church of Saint-Denis, Chapel of Notre-Dame-la-Blanche, Marble, lead insets, traces of polychromy (41.100.132)
Head of an Angel, ca. 1250, France, Paris, Notre-Dame Cathedral (?), Limestone (1990.132)
Head of Constans, ca. 337–340, Early Byzantine (Eastern Roman Empire), Marble (67.107)
Adam, modeled in 1880; this bronze case in 1910, Auguste Rodin (French), Bronze (11.173.1)
Allegories of the Elements, ca. 1750, Attributed to Jean-Pierre Defrance (French), Marble (64.93.1-4)
Altar Angels, late 13th century, French, Oak with traces of polychromy (52.33.1,2)
Altarpiece, ca. 1390–1400, Baldassare degli Embriachi (Italian), Northern Italian, Bone framed with intarsia and horn, traces of paint and gilding (17.190.489)
Amélie de Montfort, 1868–69, Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (French), France (Paris), Terracotta (1989.289.2)
An Englishman, 1740, Peter Anton Verschaffelt (English), Carrara marble, gray marble (pedestal) (1978.3)
Androgyn III, 1985, Magdalena Abakanowicz (Polish), Burlap, resin, wood, nails, string (1986.221a,b)
Antefix in the shape of a female head, ca. 625–600 B.C., South Italian; From Matauros, Terracotta (22.139.56)
Apollo, ca. 1595–97, Adriaen de Vries (Netherlandish), Bronze (41.190.534)
Aquamanile in the Form of a Cock, 13th century, German (Lower Saxony), Copper alloy (1989.292)
The Audience of the Chinese Emperor, ca. 1766, German; Höchst, Hard-paste porcelain (50.211.217)
Bacchanal: A Faun Teased by Children, ca. 1616–17, Gian Lorenzo Bernini (Italian), Italian (Rome), Marble (1976.92)
Bacchante with Lowered Eyes, 1872, Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (French), Terracotta (11.10)
Bacchante, also known as Grapes, ca. 1874, Auguste Rodin (French), Terracotta, on a wooden base (1975.312.7)
Baptismal Font, ca. 1155–1170, From the Monastery of Saint-Trond, Wellen; Made in Liège, South Netherlands, Dark calciferous limestone (47.101.21)
The Bather (model for a fountain), 18th century (ca. 1780) or 19th–early 20th century, By or after Jean Antoine Houdon (French), Probably French, Terracotta (32.100.159)
Benjamin Franklin (1706–1790), 18th century (1778), Jean Antoine Houdon (French), French (Paris), Marble (72.6)
Bird in Space, 1923 Constantin Brancusi (French, born Romania) Marble (1996.403.7ab)
Bishop Chess Piece, 1150–1200, English, Walrus ivory (17.190.229)
Bone figurine with articulated arms and legs, 3rd century B.C., Greek (11.212.43)
The Bronze Age, also known as The Vanquished, modeled 1876, this bronze cast ca. 1906, Auguste Rodin (French), Bronze (07.127)
Bronze statue of a man, Hellenistic period, mid-2nd–1st century B.C., Greek, Bronze (2001.443)
The Burghers of Calais, modeled 1884–95; this bronze cast 1985, Auguste Rodin (French), Bronze (1989.407)
Bust of a Nobleman, ca. 1695–1700, C. Lacroix (Burgundian, active Genoa), France or Italy, Elephant ivory (2005.243)
Bust of a Young Girl, identified as Anne Audéoud of Geneva (1776–1840), 18th century (ca. 1779–81), After a model by Jean Antoine Houdon (French), French (Paris), Plaster (42.23.2)
Bust of Alexander Menshikov (ca. 1670–1729), ca. 1703–4, Swiss, Austrian, or German artist (active Russia), Red pine (pinus sylvestris), wrought iron (1996.7)
Bust of Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712–1778), after a model of 1778, After a model by Jean Antoine Houdon (French), Plaster, painted to imitate terracotta (08.89.2a)
Bust of John Paul Jones (1747–1792), 1903, after a model of 1781, After a model by Jean Antoine Houdon (French), French, Bronze (14.58.133)
Bust of Napoleon III, 1873, Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (French), Marble (1974.297)
Bust of Serapis, 2nd century A.D.; Mid-Imperial, Roman; said to be from Egypt, Silver (1991.127)
Bust of the Virgin, ca. 1390–95, Bohemia, Terracotta with polychromy (2005.393)
Bust of Voltaire (François-Marie Arouet, 1694–1778), after a model of 1778, After a model by Jean Antoine Houdon (French), French, Plaster, painted to imitate terracotta (08.89.1a)
Calvary, late 17th–early 18th century, German or Netherlandish(?), Ivory, ebony (50.182a–g)
Capital with Four Heads, ca. 1230, Southern Italy, Apulia, probably Troia, Limestone (55.66)
Centerpiece, ca. 1770–80, Italian; Cozzi factory, Hard-paste porcelain (1977.216.37)
Charity, mid-16th century, Franco-Flemish, Alabaster (65.110)
Chess piece (knight), ca. 1350–60, Western European (perhaps English), Ivory (68.95)
Cincinnatus at the Plough, mid-15th century, Filarete, Antonio di Pietro Averlino (Italian, ca. 1400–ca. 1469) (Rome), Bronze (1996.116)
The Cloisters Cross, 12th century, English, Walrus ivory (63.12)
Corbel with Female Head, early 13th century, Spain, Castilla-León, Frías (near Burgos), Parish Church of San Vicente Martír, Stone, polychromy (23.110.56)
Corbel with Five Interlaced Hair-Pulling Acrobats, second half of 12th century, Aquitaine, France, Limestone (34.21.2)
Corpus of Christ, ca. 1250, French; Possibly made in Paris, Elephant ivory, traces of paint (1978.521.3)
The Crucified Christ, ca. 1300, Walrus ivory with traces of paint and gilding (2005.274)
Crucifix, 1180–1230, Said to be from a monastery near Treviso, northern Italy, Wood with traces of paint (47.100.54)
Crucifix, second half of 12th century, Spanish; From the convent of Santa Clara de Astudillo, Palencia, Cross: red pine, polychromy, textured gilt, and glass; Christ: white oak and polychromy (35.36a, b)
Cupid on a Lion, ca. 1675–90, Mattheus van Beveren (Flemish), Flemish, Ivory, ebony base (1980.220)
Dancer Looking at the Sole of Her Right Foot, cast in 1920 from a plaster cast of ca. 1900, Edgar Degas (French), Bronze, number 40/A (29.100.377)
Dancing Bacchante, early 18th century, Robert Le Lorrain (French), Bronze, mounted on base of ebony and gilt bronze (1973.263)
David with the Head of Goliath, 15th century (1470–80), Bartolomeo Bellano (Italian, Paduan), Gilt bronze, oil gilding of later date (64.304.1)
Death as an Archer on a Horse, mid-17th century (?), German, Lindenwood with traces of pigment, spruce base (17.190.729)
Double Capital, mid-12th century, France, Toulouse region, Languedoc (?), Marble (28.81)
Dovizia, late 15th–early 16th century, Workshop of Giovanni della Robbia (Italian, Florentine), Glazed terracotta (22.16.6)
Ecce Puer (Behold the Child), 1906, Medardo Rosso (Italian), Bronze (1990.304)
Emperor Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus, known as Caligula, 37–42; Julio-Claudian, Roman, Marble (14.37)
Enthroned King, ca. 1230–1235, North Italian; Made in Lombardy or the Veneto, Limestone (pietra di Aurisina, province of Trieste) (22.31.2)
Enthroned Virgin and Child, 1130–40, French; Made in Burgundy, Birch with paint (47.101.15)
Enthroned Virgin and Child, 1210–1220, Said to be from the priory of Oignies, Belgium, Oak with traces of paint (41.190.283)
Enthroned Virgin and Child, ca. 1260–1280, French; Paris, Elephant ivory with traces of paint and gilding (1999.208)
Enthroned Virgin and Child, ca. 1280–1300, Navarre, Spain, Maple, paint, and gilt (53.67)
Enthroned Virgin and Child, ca. 1300, England (probably London), Elephant ivory (1979.402)
Enthroned Virgin, 1490–1500, Lower or Upper Austria, Linden wood with gesso, paint, and gilding (2010.446)
Enthroned Virgin, late 12th century, Scandinavian, perhaps from Gotland, Poplar with remains of polychromy (17.190.716)
Eternal Spring, also known as Eternal Springtime, probably modeled 1881, this marble executed 1906–7, Auguste Rodin (French), Marble (17.120.184)
Eurydice, ca. 1510–16, Attributed to Antonio Lombardo (Italian, Venetian), Marble (17.190.737)
Falcon, 1200–1220, South Italian, Gilded Bronze (47.101.60)
Figure of a woman, mid-5th century B.C., Greek, Terracotta (06.1151)
Figure of Augustus the Strong, ca. 1713, Stoneware, German; Meissen, Stoneware (1982.60.318)
Figure of Pulcinella, ca. 1755–65, Italian or Spanish; Capodimonte or Buen Retiro, Soft-paste porcelain (50.211.264)
Figures of the Mourning Virgin and Saint John, ca. 1744–45, Italian; Capodimonte, Soft-paste porcelain (45.7 cm)
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)
Final Study of the Monument to Balzac, modeled 1897, this bronze cast 1972, Auguste Rodin (French), Bronze (1984.364.15)
Fountain Figure of a Winged Infant, 1432, Italy (Florence), Gilt bronze (1983.356)
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)
The Genius of the Dance, 1872, Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (French), Bronze (1970.171)
Girl Braiding Her Hair, 1600–1610, Barthélemy Prieur (French), Bronze with red-brown lacquer patina (1982.60.126)
Gordon Tapper 1:10, 1999, Karin Sander (German), ABS plastic (acryl-nitryl-butadien-styrol) from three-dimensional scan; applied color (2000.411)

Olivier Renaud-Clement 1:10, 1999–2000, Karin Sander (German), ABS plastic (acryl-nitryl-butadien-styrol) from three-dimensional scan; applied color (2000.414)
Grotesque, 2nd century B.C.–1st century A.D.; Hellenistic, Greek, Bronze, (12.229.6)
Hand of a boxer, Imperial, 1st–2nd century A.D., Roman, Bronze (2001.219)
The Hand of God, modeled ca. 1896, this marble executed ca. 1907, Auguste Rodin (French), Marble (08.210)
Harlequin and Harlequin Dressed as Colombine, ca. 1770–80, Russian; Verbilky, Gardner Porcelain Factory, Hard-paste porcelain (1982.60.157, .158)
Harlequina, 18th century (ca. 1763), Franz Anton Bustelli (Swiss); Manufactured by Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory, German (Neudeck-Nymphenburg), Hard-paste porcelain (1974.356.524)

Harlequin, 18th century (ca. 1760), Franz Anton Bustelli (Swiss); Manufactured by Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory, German (Neudeck-Nymphenburg), Hard-paste porcelain (1974.356.525)
Head from a statue of Harmodios, Imperial, 1st–2nd century A.D., Roman copy of Greek original attributed to Kritios and Nesiotes, Marble (26.60.1)
Head from the figure of a woman, ca. 2700–2500 B.C.; Early Cycladic I–II, Cycladic; Keros-Syros culture, Marble (64.246)
Head of a Bearded Man with a Garland Crown (Jupiter?), ca. 1230–50, Southern Italy, Limestone (L.2003.13)
Head of a bearded man, Imperial, 2nd century A.D., Roman, Marble (1993.342)
Head of a Cleric, ca. 1450–60, Eastern France, Red sandstone (47.42)
Head of a griffin from a cauldron, third quarter of 7th century B.C., Greek (from Olympia), Bronze (1972.118.54)
Head of a Grotesque, ca. 1200–1220, France, Champagne, Châlons-sur-Marne, Church of Notre-Dame-en-Vaux (?), Limestone (13.152.2)
Head of a helmeted Roman soldier, ca. 50–75; Flavian, Roman, Marble (25.78.62)
Head of a Man Wearing a Cap or Helmet, possibly 2nd–3rd century, Probably British Isles (Celtic), Fossiliferous limestone (2000.525.1)
Head of a Ptolemaic queen, Hellenistic, ca. 270–250 B.C.,> Greek, Marble (2002.66)
Head of a veiled goddess, Classical, ca. 425 B.C., Greek, Attic, Marble (2007.328)
Head of a Woman, 1909, Pablo Picasso (Spanish), Bronze (1996.403.6)
Head of a woman, 3rd–2nd century B.C., Greek, South Italian, Tarentine, Terracotta (23.160.95)
Head of a Woman, Probably a Sphinx, 1st quarter of the 5th century B.C., Greek, Terracotta (47.100.3)
Head of a youth, third quarter of 5th century B.C.; Classical, Greek, Bronze (29.48)
Head of an Apostle, ca. 1280–1300, Upper Rhineland, probably Strasbourg, Red sandstone (2004.453)
Head of Athena, Hellenistic, late 3rd–early 2nd century B.C., Greek, Marble (1996.178)
Head of Augustus, Roman Period, 27–20 B.C., Egyptian, Blue-green (glassy?) faience (26.7.1428)
Head of Balzac, 1891, Auguste Rodin (French), Terracotta (12.11.1)
Head of Christ, late 15th–early 16th century, Netherlands, North Brabant, Limestone, traces of wood (1983.406)
Head of Epikouros, Imperial, 2nd century A.D., Roman, Marble (11.90)
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 Joseph, ca. 1230, France; Chartres, Limestone with traces of polychrome (2007.143)
Head of King David, ca. 1145, France, Paris, Cathedral of Notre-Dame, south portal of west facade (Saint Anne Portal), Limestone (38.180)
Hekateion, 1st–2nd century A.D., Roman, Marble (1987.11.2)
Hercules and Achelous, probably mid-17th century, Attributed to the Master of the Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian, Austrian, Ivory (1982.60.129)
The Hope Dionysos, late 1st century A.D., with 18th-century restoration by Vincenzo Pacetti; Imperial, Roman, Marble (1990.247)
Horse at Trough, cast in 1920 from a wax sculpture of probably ca. 1866–68, Edgar Degas (French), Bronze, number 13/A (29.100.433)
Horse Trotting, the Feet Not Touching the Ground, cast in 1920 from a wax sculpture modeled after 1878, Edgar Degas (French), Bronze, number 49/A (29.100.428)
Horse with Head Lowered, cast in 1920 from a wax sculpture modeled probably ca. 1883–90, Edgar Degas (French), Bronze, number 22/A (29.100.430)
A Hypocrite and a Slanderer, ca. 1770–83, Franz Xaver Messerschmidt (German), Tin alloy (2010.24)
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)
La Frileuse / Winter, 18th century (1787), Jean Antoine Houdon (French), French (Paris), Bronze (62.55)
La Négresse, 1872, Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (French), Cast terracotta (1997.491)
La Table aux Amours (The Demidoff Table), 1845, Lorenzo Bartolini (Italian), Marble (03.11a–d)
Lamentation with Sorrowing Angels, 17th century, Workshop of Mattheus van Beveren (Flemish), Flemish, Boxwood (64.164.242)
Lamp, late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D.; Early Imperial, Roman, Terracotta, mold-made, (74.51.2027)
"Lansetti II" (Lancet II) vase, 1952, Timo Sarpaneva (Finnish); Manufacturer: Iittala Lasitehdas Oy, Glass (56.31.3)
Lion and Lioness, ca. 1732, Model attributed to Johann Gottlieb Kirchner (German), German (Meissen), Hard-paste porcelain (1988.294.1,.2)
Lion mask door pull, ca. 1425–50, Germany; Nuremberg, Copper alloy (2007.20)
The Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer; cast in 1922 from a mixed-media sculpture modeled ca. 1879–80, Edgar Degas (French), Bronze, partly tinted, with cotton skirt and satin hair ribbon, on a wooden base (29.100.370)
Louise Brongniart (1772–1845), 18th century (after a model of 1777), After Jean Antoine Houdon (French), French (Paris), Marble (14.40.670)
Lucretia, 1500–1515, Conrad Meit (German), Flemish, Boxwood (17.190.582)
Madame X, ca. 1907, Auguste Rodin (French), Marble (11.173.6)
Madeleine, II, 1903, Henri Matisse (French), Bronze (2002.456.115)
Man of Sorrows, ca. 1500, South German, Ivory with paint (1999.227)
Maquette for Arbre Cubiste (Cubist Tree), 1925, Jan Martel (French); Joël Martel (French), Painted wood (1997.110)
Minerva, 1766, Clodion (Claude Michel) (French), French, modeled in Rome, Terracotta (1975.312.6)
Mourner, ca. 1453, Étienne Bobillet (Franco-Netherlandish); Paul de Mosselman (Franco-Netherlandish), French, Alabaster (17.190.386,389)
Mourning Virgin, from a Crucifixion Group, ca. 1585–90, Manner of Germain Pilon (French), Gilt bronze (1998.437)
Neptune, carved mid-17th century, Adam Lenckhart (German), Austria, Ivory (24.80.91)
Nude female with birdlike face holding an infant, ca. 1450–1200 B.C.; Late Cypriot II; Base-Ring Ware, Cypriot; Said to be from Nicosia–Ayia Paraskevi, Terracotta (74.51.1542)
The Nurse, from a model of ca. 1607–8, Probably designed by Guillaume Dupré (French), Lead-glazed earthenware (1974.356.303)
Nymph and Satyr Carousing, ca. 1780–90, Clodion (Claude Michel) (French), French (Paris), Terracotta (14.40.687)
Odalisque, 1984, Anthony Caro (British), Steel (1984.328a-d)
The Old Courtesan, modeled 1887, this bronze cast 1910, Auguste Rodin (French), Bronze (11.173.3)
Orpheus and Eurydice, probably modeled before 1887, executed 1893, Auguste Rodin (French), Marble (10.63.2)
Pair of five-light candelabra, 1774, Luigi Valadier (Italian), Rome, Italy, Porphyry and gilt bronze (1994.14.1,.2)
Pair of Nude Male Figures, Demonstrating the Principles of Contrapposto According to Michelangelo and Phidias, ca. 1911, Auguste Rodin (French), Terracotta (1987.179.1,.2)
Panel with Cross and Griffins, 500–700, Byzantine; Made in Egypt, Wood (28.12)
Paris, ca. 1500, Antico (Pier Jacopo Alari Bonacolsi) (Italian), Bronze, partly gilt and silvered (55.93)
Patera handle in the form of a youth, ca. late 6th century B.C., Greek, Bronze (2005.457)
Pectoral Cross, 6th–7th century, Byzantine (Constantinople?), Gold (2006.569)
People of Russia, 1780–1800, Russian; Saint Petersburg, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, Hard-paste porcelain (1982.60.167,.175)
Perseus with the Head of Medusa, 1804–6, Antonio Canova (Italian), Marble (67.110.1)
Philip VI, Jeanne de Bourgogne, and Jean de France in Prayer, ca. 1340–1350, French, Marble (17.190.387,388,392)
Pietà (Vesperbild), ca. 1400, Bohemian, Limestone (2001.78)
Pietà, ca. 1864, Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (French), Terracotta (2001.199)
Polar Bear, ca. 1923, François Pompon (French), Marble (30.123ab)
Portrait bust of a bearded man, ca. 150–75 A.D.; Antonine, Roman, Marble (1998.209)
Portrait bust of a man, 1st century B.C.; Republican, Roman, Marble (12.233)
Portrait bust of a Roman matron, mid-1st century A.D.; Late Julio-Claudian, Roman, Bronze (52.11.6)
Portrait bust of a woman, 200–230 A.D.; Severan, Roman, Marble (18.145.39)
Portrait bust of Denis Diderot (1713–1784), 18th century (signed and dated 1773), Jean Antoine Houdon (French), French (Paris), Marble (1974.291)
Portrait head of an elderly woman, Late Republican or Early Imperial, Augustan, ca. 40–20 B.C., Roman, Marble, pigment (2000.38)
Portrait head of the Emperor Augustus, ca. 14–37; Julio-Claudian, Roman, Marble (07.286.115)
Portrait head of the emperor Constantine I, ca. 324–337; Constantinian; Late Antique period, Roman, Marble (26.229)
Portrait head of the emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus (called Caracalla), ca. 217–230; Late Severan, Roman, Marble (40.11.1a)
Portrait of the emperor Antoninus Pius, 138–161; Antonine, Roman, Marble (33.11.3)
Portrait statue of a boy, Late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D.; Julio-Claudian, Roman, Bronze (14.130.1)
The Pot Seller, ca. 1745, Italian; Capodimonte, Soft-paste porcelain (1982.450.4)
Processional Cross, ca. 1000–1050, Byzantine, Silver with gilding and gilded silver medallions (1993.163)
Processional Cross, late 11th–early 12th century, Spanish; Made in Asturias, Silver, partially gilt on wood core, carved gems, jewels (17.190.1406)
The Rape of Proserpina, ca. 1750, Italian; Doccia, Hard-paste porcelain (1997.377)
Reclining Figure, No. 4, 1954–55, Henry Moore (British), Bronze (1995.600)
Reclining Nude, II, 1927, Henri Matisse (French), Bronze (1996.403.16)
Relief fragment, Imperial, 1st–2nd century A.D., Roman; found at Sardis, Marble (26.199.63)
Relief portrait of Carlo Bertinazzi, ca. 1770, Italian; Perhaps Cozzi factory, Hard-paste porcelain (66.92)
Reliquary Bust of Saint Yrieix, second quarter of 13th century, France, Limousin, Church of Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche, Gilded silver, rock crystal, gems, glass, originally over walnut core with silver leaf and gesso on interior (17.190.352a,b)
Reliquary Shrine, second quarter of 14th century, Attributed to Jean de Touyl (French), Made in Paris, Gilt-silver, translucent enamel, paint (62.96)
The River Nile, ca. 1785–95, Giovanni Volpato (Italian), Hard-paste biscuit porcelain (2001.456)
Robert Fulton (1765–1815), ca. 1803, Jean Antoine Houdon (French), France (Paris), Painted plaster (1989.329)
Rods on Round Background, 1963, Pol Bury (Belgian), Wood and metal (1981.167)
Sabine Houdon (1787–1836), 18th century (1788), Jean Antoine Houdon (French), French (Paris), Marble (50.145.66)
Saint Anthony Abbot, ca. 1500, Attributed to Niclaus of Haguenau (German), German; Made in Strasbourg, Upper Rhine Valley, Walnut (1988.159)
Saint Barbara, ca. 1490, German, probably Strasbourg, Alsace (present-day France), Lindenwood and polychromy (55.166)
Saint Christopher, 1400–1425, French; Made in Toulouse, Silver, silver-gilt (17.190.361)
Saint Fiacre, mid-15th century, Made in Nottingham, England, Alabaster (25.120.227)
Saint James the Greater, ca. 1489–1493, Gil de Siloe (Spanish), Spanish; Made in Burgos, Alabaster, gold, polychromy (69.88)
Saint John the Baptist, ca. 1420–1430, German or South Netherlandish, Alabaster (1995.412)
Saint John the Baptist, Juan Martínez Montañés (Spanish), Gilt and polychromed wood (63.40)
Saint Joseph and the Christ Child, second half of 17th century, Attributed to Nicolaas van der Veken (Flemish), Flemish, Boxwood (1971.68)
Saint Margaret, ca. 1475, Southern France (Toulouse?), Alabaster with traces of gilding (2000.641)
Saints Christopher, Eustace, and Erasmus (Three Helper Saints), ca. 1500–1505, Tilman Riemenschneider (German)
Made in Würzburg, Germany, Limewood (61.86)
Sandaled foot, Augustan, late 1st century B.C.–early 1st century A.D., Roman, Ivory (25.78.43)
Satyr, ca. 1510–20, Antico (Pier Jacopo Alari-Bonacolsi) (Italian), Italy (Mantua), Bronze (1982.60.91)
Satyr, Statuette, 16th century (ca. 1506–8), Andrea Briosco, called Riccio (Italian), Made in Padua, Italy, Bronze (1982.45)
Seated Bishop, ca. 1495, Tilman Riemenschneider (German), Lindenwood, black stain (1970.137.1)
Seated Voltaire (after the original model of 1778), 1778, Jean Antoine Houdon (French), French (Paris), Plaster, tinted to imitate terracotta (52.211)
Shrine of the Virgin, ca. 1300, German; Made in Rhine valley, Oak, linen covering, paint, gilding, gesso (17.190.185)
Spanish Dancer, cast in 1920 from a wax sculpture modeled probably ca. 1884, Edgar Degas (French), Bronze, number 45/A, (29.100.395)
Standing Bishop, 1508–12, Hans von Reutlingen or Workshop, Germany (Aachen), Silver, gilt silver (1991.9)
Standing female figure, ca. 2600–2400 B.C.; Early Cycladic II; late Spedos type, Attributed to the Bastis Master, Cycladic, Marble (68.148)
Standing Virgin and Child, ca. 1470, Attributed to Nikolaus Gerhaert von Leiden (Northern Lowlands), Vienna, Boxwood (1996.14)
Statue of a draped seated man, Republican or Early Imperial, 1st century B.C., Roman, Marble (09.221.4)
Statue of a kouros (youth), ca. 590–580 B.C.; Archaic, Greek, Attic, Naxian marble (32.11.1)
Statue of a member of the imperial family shown in heroic semi-nudity, Early Imperial, Augustan or Julio-Claudian, 27 B.C.–68 A.D., Roman, Marble, pigment, gilding (2003.407.9)
Statue of a togatus, ca. 14–9 B.C.; Augustan, Roman, Marble (04.15)
Statue of a woman, 1st century B.C., Cypriot; said to be from the ruins of Golgoi, Limestone (74.51.2456)
Statue of a wounded Amazon, 1st–2nd century A.D., Roman copy of a Greek bronze original, ca. 450–425 B.C., Marble (32.11.4)
Statue of a wounded warrior, ca. 138–181 A.D.; Antonine; copy of a Greek bronze statue of ca. 460–450 B.C., Roman, Marble (25.116)
Statue of a young woman and a girl from a grave monument, ca. 320 B.C., Greek, Attic, Marble (44.11.2,.3)
Statue of an athlete finishing a jump, ca. 450 B.C., Greek, Bronze (08.258.11)
Statue of an old market woman, Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian, 1st century A.D., Roman, Marble (09.39)
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 Diadoumenos, ca. 69–96 A.D.; Flavian; copy of a Greek original, ca. 430 B.C., Roman, Marble (Pentelic) (25.78.56)
Statue of Eirene (personification of peace), ca. 14–68 A.D.; Julio-Claudian, Roman copy of a Greek original by Kephisodotos, 375/374–360/359 B.C., Marble (06.311)
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 a diskos thrower, ca. 480–460 B.C.; Classical, Greek, Bronze (07.286.87)
Statuette of a draped man, 1st century B.C.–1st century A.D.; Hellenistic or Early Imperial, Greek or Roman, Bronze, (07.286.96)
Statuette of a gladiator, 1st–2nd century A.D.; Imperial, Roman, Terracotta, (10.210.78)
Statuette of a horse, 8th century B.C.; Geometric, Greek, Bronze (21.88.24)
Statuette of a man and centaur, ca. 750 B.C.; Geometric, Greek, Bronze (17.190.2072)
Statuette of a panther, 1st–2nd century A.D.; Imperial, Roman, Bronze, copper, silver, niello (07.261)
Statuette of a philosopher on a lamp stand, Early Imperial, Augustan, late 1st century B.C., Roman, Marble (10.231.1)
Statuette of a seated harp player, ca. 2800–2700 B.C.; late Early Cycladic I–Early Cycladic II, Cycladic, Marble (47.100.1)
Statuette of a seated youth with articulated arms, late 4th–early 3rd century B.C., Greek, Boeotian; Said to be from Thebes, Terracotta (01.13.1)

Statuette of a seated girl with articulated arms, late 4th–early 3rd century B.C., Greek, Boeotian, Terracotta (01.13.2)
Statuette of a standing girl, ca. 300 B.C., Greek, Attic, Terracotta (07.286.31)
Statuette of a standing maiden, late 6th century B.C., Etruscan; Italy, Etruria, Bronze (17.190.2066)
Statuette of a standing woman, late 4th–early 3rd century B.C., Greek, probably Boeotian, Terracotta (09.221.28)
Statuette of a veiled and masked dancer, Hellenistic, 3rd–2nd century B.C., Greek, Bronze (1972.118.95)
Statuette of a woman, 3rd century B.C., Greek, probably Boeotian, Terracotta (07.286.2)
Statuette of an African (known as Ethiopian), 3rd–2nd century B.C., Greek, Bronze (18.145.10)
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 Harpokrates, Imperial, 1st–2nd century A.D., Roman, Bronze (18.145.20)
Statuette of Herakles, last quarter of 6th century B.C.; Archaic, Greek, Bronze (28.77)
Statuette of Saint Agnes after Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598–1680), third quarter of 17th century, Cast after a terracotta sketch-model for one of the statues over the colonnades of Saint Peter's Square, Rome, Bronze, brown natural patina, traces of red-gold lacquer (1978.202)
Statuette of the Diadoumenos (youth tying a fillet around his head), 1st century B.C., Greek; copy of a Greek bronze statue by Polykleitos, ca. 430 B.C., Terracotta (32.11.2)
Statuette of Zeus Serapis, Mid-Imperial, 2nd century A.D., Roman, Gold (53.191.2)
Steatopygous female figure, ca. 4500–4000 B.C.; Neolithic, Cycladic; Greece, Cyclades, Marble (1972.118.104)
Support Figure of a Seated Cleric or Friar, ca. 1280, Northeastern France, Copper alloy with mercury gilding (1991.252)
Support for an oblong water basin, 2nd century A.D.,Roman, Porphyry (1992.11.70)
Terms: Figures of Flora and Priapus, 1616 Pietro Bernini (Italian), Originally in the gardens of the Villa Borghese, Rome, Marble
Terracotta figurine with articulated arms and legs, early 5th century B.C., Greek, Corinthian (44.11.8)
Themis (goddess of custom and law), second half of 4th century B.C., Greek, Marble (03.12.17)
The Three Graces, Roman copy of a Greek work of the second century B.C., Marble (2010.260)
Three Men Walking II, 1949, Alberto Giacometti (Swiss), Bronze (1999.363.22)
Tomb Effigy of Jean d'Alluye, mid-13th century, French; Made in Loire Valley, Limestone (25.120.201)
Torso (A Study for Ariane without Arms), modeled ca. 1905 or earlier, Auguste Rodin (French), Terracotta (12.13.1)
Torso of a centaur, Imperial, 1st century A.D., Roman; copy of a Greek statue of the 2nd century B.C., Rosso antico marble (09.221.6)
Torso of a youth, Roman overcast of a Greek bronze statue of the early 5th century B.C., Bronze (20.194)
Torso of draped, flying Nike, late 5th century B.C., Greek, Terracotta (07.286.23)
Triptych on Stand, 1500–1515, South Netherlandish, Boxwood (17.190.453)
Triton, 16th century (1560–70), Giambologna (Netherlandish), Made in Florence, Italy, Bronze (14.40.689)
The Tub, cast in 1920 from the original mixed-media sculpture of 1888–89, Edgar Degas (French), Bronze, number 26/A (29.100.419)
Two girls playing a game known as ephedrismos, late 4th–3rd century B.C., Greek, Corinthian, Terracotta (07.286.4)
Two Hands, modeled and cast at an unknown date, Auguste Rodin (French), Plaster (12.12.18,.17)
Two portraits of Trebonianus Gallus, 251–53 A.D., Roman, Bronze (05.30, 05.47)
Ugolino and His Sons, modeled ca. 1860–61, executed in marble 1865–67, Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (French), Saint-Béat marble (67.250)
Unique Forms of Continuity in Space, 1913, Umberto Boccioni (Italian), Bronze (1990.38.3)
Untitled, 1985, Mimmo Paladino (Italian), Limestone, iron, encaustic, paint (1986.8)
Vase or clock ornament, ca. 1770, French, Gilt bronze (07.225.510.316)
Venus Giving Arms to Aeneas, 1704, Jean Cornu (French), France (Paris), Terracotta and painted wood (32.100.158)
The Victory of the Maréchal de Villars at Denain, 1806, modified 1818, Louis Simon Boizot (French); cast by Pierre Phillipe Thomire (French)

Bronze (1978.55)
Virgin and Child Enthroned, early 17th century, Manner of Christoph Angermair (German), South German, Ivory (24.80.93)
Virgin and Child in Majesty, 1150–1200, French; Made in Auvergne, Walnut with paint, tin relief on a lead white ground and linen (16.32.194a, b)
Virgin and Child, ca. 1420 Attributed to Claus de Werve (Franco-Netherlandish), French; Made in Poligny, Burgundy, Limestone, polychromy, gilding (33.23)
Virgin and Child, ca. 1425–1430, Nuremberg, Sandstone with polychromy (1986.340)
Virgin and Child, late 16th century, German or Netherlandish, Ivory (24.80.89a,b)
Virgin, ca. 1250, Alsace, Strasbourg (modern France), Sandstone with original paint and gilding (47.101.11)
Visitation, ca. 1310, Attributed to Master Heinrich of Constance, German; Made in Constance, Walnut, paint, gilding, rock-crystal cabochons (17.190.724)
Woman Getting Out of the Bath, cast in 1920 from a wax fragment, now destroyed, but modeled probably ca. 1883–90, Edgar Degas (French), Bronze, number 71/A (29.100.383)
Woman Seated in an Armchair Wiping Her Left Armpit, cast in 1920 from a sculpture made of wax, cork, and wood probably ca. 1895, Edgar Degas (French),Bronze, number 43/A (29.100.415)
Woman Stretching, cast in 1920 from a wax sculpture modeled probably ca. 1885 or earlier, Edgar Degas (French), Bronze, number 53/A (29.100.393)
Woman's Head, 1912, Amedeo Modigliani (Italian) , Limestone (1997.149.10)
Young Dionysos, 2nd century A.D., adaptation of a late 4th-century B.C. Greek statue type, Roman Imperial, Marble (2011.517)
Young Warrior, early 16th century, Workshop of Tullio Lombardo (Italian, Venetian), White marble (32.100.155)