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Bacchus image brass, food drink.

Bacchus image brass, food drink.

Cellar barrel wine barrel.

Sculpture statue bacchus.

Bacchus sculpture wine.

Bacchus god sculpture.

The framework bacchus allegory.

Bacchus image brass, food drink.

Bacchus image brass, food drink.

Bacchus image brass, food drink.

Bacchus image brass, food drink.

Bacchus and his followers from BL Harley 4431, f. 106

Bacchus and his followers from BL Harley 4431, f. 106

Bacchus discovering Ariadne on Naxos

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Bacchus, Seated, Drinking from a Vase Presented by a Putto

Bacchus, Music, Amor

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Bacchus on the Shoulders of a Satyr

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Bacchus Surrounded by Putti with Priapus holding back the curtain

Bacchus and a Panther

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Bacchus on the Shoulders of a Satyr

Bacchus with a Panther

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Bacchus on the Shoulders of a Satyr

The Triumph of Bacchus

The Triumph of Bacchus

Bacchus, Pan and Silenus

Bacchus standing in a niche holding grapes in his raised right hand, fruit in his left hand, a dog lower right

Bacchus standing in a niche holding grapes in his raised right hand, fruit in his left hand, a dog lower right

The Vintage; a man pouring grapes from a basket into a vat, above Bacchus sitting, other figures at left

The Drunk Bacchus

Plate 17: Bacchus standing in a niche, holding grapes over a plate, accompanied by an infant satyr, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Bacchus Carried by Two Satyrs

The sacrifice to Priapus who is in the form of a statue in the centre, Bacchus and a satyr at the left

Bacchus surrounded by Putti, a statue of Priapus at right

Triumph of Bacchus who is seated on a carriage at left

Bacchus at left giving grapes to women, from 'The Loves of the Gods'

The birth of Bacchus, from 'The Loves of the Gods'

Grotesque with a Bacchus Fountain Placed in an Architectural Structure

The Indian Triumph of Bacchus

Silenus Carried by Two Attendants of Bacchus

Wine cooler with A Marine Triumph of Bacchus

Ornament met Bacchus en een knielende vrouw

The Seven Liberal Arts Persecuted by Pluto and Bacchus

Bacchus

Hercules, Bacchus, Pan, and another god seated on a cloud under an arch, an oval composition, from a series of eight compositions after Francesco Primaticcio's designs for the ceiling of the Ulysses Gallery (destroyed 1738-39) at Fontainebleau

[Bacchus figure seated on a wine barrel with people in the background possibly mashing grapes for wine; possibly done as a study for stained glass]

Bust of Bacchus surrounded by strapwork, from the series' Deorum dearumque,' a set of images of deities after coins in the collection of Abraham Ortelius

Bacchus zangers

Bacchus, Ceres, and Venus

Bacchus, Ceres en Venus

Horizontal Panel with Bacchus in a Medallion

Gondola cup (Coupe gondole) with Bacchus and Ceres

Design for a Panel with a Depiction of Bacchus and Ariadne

Triumph of Bacchus

Bacchus

Bacchus and Ariadne

Plate 29: Bacchus Changing his Kidnappers into Monsters (Tyrrheni nautae in Dlephinos), from Ovid's 'Metamorphoses'

Plate 101: Bacchus Granting Midas's Wish (Ob restitutum Silenum Midae a Baccho Defertur optio), from Ovid's 'Metamorphoses'

The Alliance of Bacchus and Ceres

Bacchus, Satyr, and Lion

Bacchus Finding Ariadne on Naxos

Geboorte van Bacchus

Frieze-like composition of figures walking alongside draped curtains: at left satyrs and children bear a statue of Bacchus on a litter behind an old man (Silenus?), at center two robed satyrs approach a priest, at right Apollo lifts a cup next to satyrs seated at a round table

Bacchanal with young Bacchus grasping grapes in his raised left hand; at left a satyr, putti, and a donkey crowd around Bacchus; at right a she-goat suckles a child and women pass a bowl; from a series of twelve frieze-like designs showing bacchanals, sacrifices, and dances

Ceres and Bacchus

Mask of Bacchus with a Wreath of Grape Leaves and Ribbon, from Divers Masques

Bacchus, from 'Game of Mythology' (Jeu de la Mythologie)

Bacchus, from 'Game of Mythology' (Jeu de la Mythologie)

Frontispiece for 'The Works of Scarron' (Œuvres de Scarron); the poet sitting in a chair, seen from behind, women to either side representing caricatures of the nine muses, Pan, Bacchus, and Pegasus on a representation of Mt. Helicon above

Bacchus with his companions discovering Ariadne on the island of Naxos, after Reni

Plate 18: Orpheus led by Bacchus (Orfeo condotto da Bacco), from the series 'The magnificent pageant on the river Arno in Florence for the marriage of the Grand Duke' (Le Magnifique carousel fait sur le fleuve de l'Arne a Florence, pour le mariage du Grand Duc), for the wedding celebration of Cosimo de' Medici in Florence, 1608

The Festival of Psyche, with Bacchus from a set of Mythological Subjects after Giulio Romano

Alexander II Zabinas verkleed als Bacchus op een olifant

Bacchus heft zijn wijnglas op de vrede

Silhouetted Study of Bacchus in a Niche

Naissance de Bacchus (Birth of Bacchus)

Bacchus and Ariadne

The Triumph of Bacchus

Bacchus returning in Triumph from India

Naissance de Bacchus (Birth of Bacchus)

The Wedding Feast of Bacchus and Ariadne

Venus door Bacchus gekroond

Panthers of Bacchus Eating Grapes

Huwelijk van Bacchus

Mercurius geeft Bacchus aan de nimfen

Triomf van Bacchus en Ariadne

The Feast of Bacchus

Bacchus and Ariadne

Seascape with Bacchus and Ariadne

Bacchus

Interior view of the ancient Temple of Bacchus, now the church of S. Urbano, two miles from Rome..., from Vedute di Roma (Roman Views)

Infant Bacchus

Bacchus and Ariadne from a set of The Loves of the Gods

Infant Bacchus

S. Constanza (erroneously callled Temple of Bacchus) (Veduta interna del Sepolcro di S. Constanza, fabbricato da Costantino Magno, ed erroneamente detto il Tempio di Bacco, inoggi Chiesa della medisme Santa)

Cupid and infant Bacchus in a group

Bacchus

The so-called Temple of Bacchus, now the Church of S. Urban, interior (Veduta interna dell antico Tempio di Bacco, or. di S. Urbano)

Faune. Dans la fête de Bacchus, et dans le Ballet du Triomphe de Bacchus, de l'opéra de l'union de l'amour et des arts: J. B. Martin inv. et sculp

The youthful Bacchus carried by two companions

Mercury Delivers the Infant Bacchus to the Nymphs