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Thetis Seated with a Triton

The Prison

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: The Farnese Hercules

The Triumph of Bacchus

The Triumph of Bacchus

Neptune Seated Blowing a Conch Shell

Thetis Seated with a Triton

The Mocking of the Prisoners

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

The Visitation

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

Roman Soldiers Before an Emperor

The Mocking of the Prisoners

The Visitation

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

Danae and the infant Perseus cast out to sea by Acrisius

Last Judgment; after Michelangelo's fresco in the Sistine Chapel

The Last Supper

The Nativity

The Vision of Ezekiel

The Vision of Ezekiel; a group of corpses and skeletons emerging out of tombs, above them five winged putti holding a banderole

The Vision of Ezekiel

The Judgment of Paris; Paris seated on a rock choosing between the goddesses Venus, Juno, and Minerva, the god Mercury with a caduceus in between them

Venus and Vulcan at the Forge

The Judgment of Paris

The Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine

Venus pricked by the thorns on a rose bush, in the background Mars chasing Adonis, in the foreground winged cupid resting

Allegory of the Hunt; a hunter holding a large spear carrying a woman (Diana?) on his shoulders; five hunting dogs in the foreground and a retinue of male and female hunters in the background

Venus Pricked by the Thorns of a Rose Bush; Cupid Asleep in the Foreground

Allegory of the Hunt; a hunter holding a large spear carrying a woman (Diana?) on his shoulders; five hunting dogs in the foreground and a retinue of male and female hunters in the background

Apollo and the Muses

Allegory of Birth

The Three Fates Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos

The Calumny of Apelles

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

Three Muses seated below a flying putto who grasps a lyre with both hands, a cruciform composition, from a series of eight compositions after Francesco Primaticcio's designs for the ceiling of the Gallery of Ulysses (destroyed 1738-39) at Fontainebleau

Neptune Between Two Sea Horses

Caius Marius in prison; two Cimbrian soldiers entering his cell

Venus and Cupid and two other goddesses seated on a cloud under an arch and accompanied by a putto, 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

Three Muses seated underneath a flying putto who gestures downward, a cruciform composition, from a series of eight compositions after Francesco Primaticcio's designs for the ceiling of the Ulysses Gallery (destroyed 1738-39) at Fontainebleau

The Calumny of Apelles

Caius Marius in Prison, two Cimbrian soldiers entering his cell

Juno and two goddesses reclining on clouds with two child figures and fruits at right, 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

Apollo, Neptune, Pluto, and Athena 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

Allegory of Life

Allegory of Life

An allegory of Life

The Last Supper

Portrait of Michelangelo

Emblem of Lucrezia Gonzaga

Hercules Resting from His Labors

The Delphic Sibyl; from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

The Delphic Sibyl; from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

Venus and Adonis

The Eritrean Sibyl; from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

The Prophet Jeremiah, from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

Angelica and Medoro; the couple embracing, Medoro carving their names in the bark of a tree; Cupid holding a torch in the background

The Eritrean Sibyl; from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

The Persian Sibyl; from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

The Prophet Jeremiah, from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

The Prophet Ezekiel; from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

The Eritrean Sibyl; from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

The Persian Sibyl; from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

Venus and Adonis

The Prophet Ezekiel; from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

The Prophet Joel; from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

Cupid and Psyche

The Virgin of Sorrows: The Descent from the Cross; one of nine surrounding compartments from the Virgin of Sorrows, now separated

The Madonna of Loreto

The Coronation of the Virgin; surrounded by nine vignettes with scenes from the life of Christ and the Virgin

The Virgin of Sorrows: Angel; one of nine surrounding compartments from the Virgin of Sorrows, now separated

The Virgin of Sorrows; an image of the Virgin Mary surrounded by nine vignettes depicting scenes of her life

Madonna of Loreto, the Virgin lifts a veil above the Child, who lies on a bed and pillow, Joseph stands behind with both hands on his staff

The Virgin of Sorrows: The Entombment; one of nine surrounding compartments from the Virgin of Sorrows, now separated

The Virgin of Sorrows: The Flight into Egypt; one of nine surrounding compartments from the Virgin of Sorrows, now separated

The Virgin of Sorrows; central part of a print with nine surounding compartments, now separated

The Virgin of Sorrows: Christ Disputing with the Doctors; one of nine surrounding compartments from the Virgin of Sorrows, now separated

The Virgin of Sorrows: Angel; one of nine surrounding compartments from the Virgin of Sorrows, now separated

The Man of Sorrows; an image of Christ surrounded by nine vignettes depicting scenes of the Passion

The Mystic marriage of St. Catherine

Virgin of Sorrows: The Presentation in the Temple; one of nine surrounding compartments from the Virgin of Sorrows, now separated

The Virgin of Sorrows: Christ Bearing the Cross; one of nine surrounding compartments from the Virgin of Sorrows, now separated

Christ crucified surrounded by mourning angels

The Virgin of Sorrows: The Crucifixion; one of nine surrounding compartments from the Virgin of Sorrows, now separated

The Trinity

Rest on the Flight into Egypt; the Holy Family under a palm tree surrounded by angels, putti, and a male cleric or saint

Thetis Seated with a Triton

Apollo, Pan, and a putto blowing a horn, from a series of eight compositions after Francesco Primaticcio's designs for the ceiling of the Ulysses Gallery (destroyed 1738-39) at Fontainebleau

Three Muses and a Putto with a Lyre, a cruciform composition, from a series of eight compositions after Francesco Primaticcio's designs for the ceiling of the Gallery of Ulysses (destroyed 1738-39) at Fontainebleau

Venus and Cupid, two other goddesses and a putto, from a series of eight compositions after Francesco Primaticcio's designs for the ceiling of the Ulysses Gallery (destroyed 1738-39) at Fontainebleau

The Visitation

Venus and Vulcan Seated on a Bed and Three Putti

The Adoration of the Shepherds

The Farnese Hercules

The Martrydom of St. Barbara

Sinon Deceiving the Trojans

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

Three Muses and a Putto with Cymbals, from a series of eight compositions after Francesco Primaticcio's designs for the ceiling of the Ulysses Gallery (destroyed 1738-39) at Fontainebleau