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Horatio Coclès Saving Himself by Swimming

The Birth of the Virgin

The Birth of the Virgin

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Naval Battle

The Prison

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Naval Battle

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Attilius Regulus in a Barrel

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Naval Battle

Medor and Angelica from Lodovico Ariosto's 'Orlando Furioso' or Venus and Adonis embracing, set within a landscape

Juno, Ceres, and Psyche in the clouds conversing, Juno seated with a peacock at her feet, Ceres wearing a garland of wheat and Psyche partially naked and holding a cloth

Jupiter and Semele embracing, an eagle beneath them, a tree at right with a blank tablet hanging from a branch, a winged putto holding a thunderbolt at left

Satyr carrying a nymph restraining her right arm

Eurydice naked standing on a rock, her arms raised to the right

Battle with a Cutlass

Juno, Ceres, and Psyche in the clouds conversing, Juno seated with a peacock at her feet, Ceres wearing a garland of wheat and Psyche partially naked and holding a cloth

Pan spying of the nymph Syrinx who is seated on a rock, combing her hair

St. Mark, seated with an unfurled scroll in his hands, a winged lion's head and forefeet emerge beneath his robes, from a series of the four evangelists after Agostino Veneziano, which are in turn after Giulio Romano

St. John, seated and holding a writing instrument to a tablet, an eagle with outstretched wings below his legs, from a series of the four evangelists after Agostino Veneziano, which are in turn after Giulio Romano

St. Matthew, seated on a cloud and dipping a quill into an inkwell held by an angel, who is also holding a scroll, from a series of the four evangelists after Giulio Romano

St. Luke, seated on a cloud with an open book in both hands, a bull lying at his feet, from a series of the four evangelists after Agostino Veneziano, which are in turn after Giulio Romano

St. Matthew, seated on a cloud with legs crossed and dipping a quill into an inkwell held by an angel, who also holds an inscribed scroll, from a series of the four evangelists after Agostino Veneziano, which are in turn after Giulio Romano

Saint Luke

Martha leading Mary Magdalene up a flight of stairs to Christ who is seated at right at the entrance to a temple

Battle scene in a landscape with soldiers on horseback and several fallen men, another group of riders in the background

Battle scene in a landscape with soldiers on horseback and several fallen men, another group of riders in the background

Hercules and the Nemean Lion: Hercules grasps the shoulders and chest of the lion, which is viewed from the back, beside a rocky outcrop

A Bacchanal

The Wedding of Cupid and Psyche [Right panel]

Two gladiators fighting in front of an arch

Autumn

Scipio Granting Clemency to the Prisoners

Winter

Summer

Spring

Martha leading Mary Magdalene up a flight of stairs to Christ who is seated at right at the entrance to a temple

Jupiter suckled by the goat Amalthea

Father Time at the right leaning on a scythe, three naked boys and eagle at the left

The adoration of the shepherds, various figures surrounding the Christ Child in the centre

Five men fighting beasts, at lower left is a fallen boar

Five men fighting beasts, at lower left is a fallen boar

Five men fighting beasts, at lower left is a fallen boar

The Capture of Carthagena by Scipio and His Troops

An allegory of sickness, man laying prostrate on a bed surrounded by figures

Marching Slingers

Jupiter's Eagle Bringing Water of the Styx to Psyche

The Mocking of the Prisoners

Silenus sleeping at right, taunted by a Satyr, and a Goat climbing on a table at left

Jupiter's Eagle Bringing the Water to the Styx to Psyche

A Battle

The Assumption of the Virgin

Jesus Washing the Feet of the Disciples

The Mocking of the Prisoners

Marching Troops with Shields

Tarquin attacking Lucretia, a servant at left witnessing the scene

The Death of Procris; Cephalus mournig the death of Procris on the right surrounded by Cupid and mourning satyrs and nymphs, the goddess of dawn in her chariot in the background

The Mocking of the Prisoners

Saint John and Saint Anthony

Psyche

The Virgin with Infant Jesus adored by St. John

Banquet of Scipio

Silenus Carried by Two Attendants of Bacchus

Silenus Carried

Contest between Apollo and Marsyas

Adoration of the Shepherds

Venus in a Chariot drawn by Two Swans

Agamemnon killing Odios

The Apostles Looking at Christ and the Virgin in a Glory of Angels (bottom right plate)

The Apostles looking at Christ and the Virgin in a Glory of Angels (top left plate)

The Apostles Looking at Christ and the Virgin in a Glory of Angels (top right plate)

The Apostles Looking at Christ and the Virgin in a Glory of Angels (bottom left plate)

Achilles Removing Patroclus' Body From the Battle

Battle around the Body of Patroclus

Hercules at the cross-roads, he is seated at the right, to the left are female personifications of Virtue and Vice

The Battle Between Scipio and Hannibal at Zama

Pan seated near a female figure holding a cornucopia (a nymph or Pomona), at right cupid plays cymbals in front of a herm, at left a pipe, cymbals, bow, and satchel of arrows hang from a tree

Two winged putti riding parallel on dolphins above the water surface, an oval composition

The adoration of the shepherds, various figures at night surround the Christ Child

Apollo holding pipes in his right hand accompanied by Pegasus

Allegory of Birth

The Three Fates Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos

The Holy Kinship, in thecentre the Christ Child takes a bird given to him by the infant John the Baptist

Virgin and Child seated beneath a tree

Hercules Resting from His Labors

Cupid and Psyche

Hylas and the Water Nymphs

Zaleucus (Seleucus) and his son

Cupid and the swan

Sphinx with Two Bodies

Cupid on a tiger

Cupid on a lion

Romulus and Remus

Cupid and an eagle

A giant heaving a boulder at center, other giants to left and right struggling and recoiling against impending boulders, nude figures climbing rocks and struggling in the background, from 'Giove che fulmina li giganti', after the frescoes on the ceiling of the Sala dei Giganti designed by Giulio Romano for the Palazzo del Te, Mantua

Pluto, seen from behind, entering the Underwold on his chairot, Cereberus and three Furies to right, from 'Giove che fulmina li giganti', after the frescoes on the ceiling of the Sala dei Giganti designed by Giulio Romano for the Palazzo del Te, Mantua

Gathering of various Olympian gods and mythological figures among clouds, Apollo at center with his lyre, Vulcan, Mercury, Hercules, and Hermes to right, various figures below, horses and attendants behind in center, from 'Giove che fulmina li giganti', after the frescoes on the ceiling of the Sala dei Giganti designed by Giulio Romano for the Palazzo del Te, Mantua

Giants crushed by rocks and the falling columns of the temple, clouds of smoke above, Poseidon in his chariot to left in the background, two spaces at left for doorways, from 'Giove che fulmina li giganti', after the frescoes on the ceiling of the Sala dei Giganti designed by Giulio Romano for the Palazzo del Te, Mantua

Copy after the Fresco with the Battle of Constantine in the Vatican Palace

The Prison; a group of men in a dungeon bound in chains and shackles; to the right a figure hanging from his arms, tied to a boulder

Satyr carrying a nymph restraining her right arm

Mary Magdalene Carried to Heaven