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Marble statue of a togatus (man wearing a toga)

Marble statue of a youth

Marble statue of Hermes

Marble statue of Aphrodite

Marble statue of Dionysus

Marble statue of a wounded Amazon

Marble statue of Pan

Marble statue of the Diadoumenos (youth tying a fillet around his head)

Marble statue of a seated muse

Marble statue of Aphrodite

Bronze right foot and lower leg from a colossal statue

Marble statue of a woman

Marble statue of Aphrodite crouching and arranging her hair

Head and part of the back of a marble statue

Basalt statue of Aphrodite

Upper part of a marble statue of a woman

Marble statue of a boy

Marble statue of an old fisherman

Marble statue of Herakles

Statue of a seated man

Marble statue head of a youth

Marble statue of a crouching Aphrodite

Marble statue of Aphrodite

Lower part of a marble seated statue of Hygieia

Marble statue of Tyche-Fortuna restored with the portrait head of a woman

Marble statue of a bound goat

Marble statue of a girl

Marble statue of a young satyr turning to look at his tail

Marble statue of Aphrodite, the so-called Venus Genetrix

Marble head from a statue of Harmodios

Marble statue of Hermes

Marble statue of Herakles seated on a rock

Statue of a boy

Marble statue of Aphrodite loosening her sandal

Marble Statue Group of the Three Graces

Limestone plinth with the feet of a statue of Zeus

Head of a marble statue of Apollo

Limestone plinth with the left foot of a statue of Zeus

Fragment of a Statue

Relief Panel: Presentation of a Statue

Column Statue of an Apostle

Column Statue of a King

Statue of the Virgin and Child from BL Royal 10 E IV, f. 209

Pygmalion kissing the statue from BL Royal 20 A XVII, f. 171

Pygmalion kneeling before the statue from BL Royal 20 A XVII, f. 168v

Statue speaking to Pygmalion from BL Royal 20 A XVII, f. 170v

Daniel interprets Nebuchadnezzar's dream (the statue that is broken into pieces by a stone)

Hannah's prayer in the temple of Shiloh; statue of a calf, priests

Statue: Christ

Dream of Nebuchadnezzar: the great statue is broken into pieces by a stone

Nebuchadnezzar dreams of a statue with a golden head and feet of clay

Statue robe

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Sculpture of a faun standing in a niche after a statue in Scipione Borghese's villa

Half design for a palace - fortress with a statue in front

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Statue of Pasquin in the House of Cardinal Ursino

Two Studies of a female Figure or Statue

A Bacchanal, Silenus supported by two bacchants in the centre, at right a female satyr reclining on a bed and another pulling the horns on a statue of Priapus, various other figures fill the composition

A Bacchanal, Silenus supported by two bacchants in the centre, at left a female satyr reclining on a bed and another holding onto the horns on a statue of Priapus while she tries to impale herself on his phallus, various other figures fill the composition

A statue of Apollo, naked standing in a niche, holding a lyre in his left hand and leaning on a tree trunk

A statue of Apollo, naked standing in a niche, holding a lyre in his left hand and leaning on a tree trunk

Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius

The Martydom of Saint Cecilia standing naked in a large cauldron, at left under a colonnade, sits a Roman Prefect, at right the statue of Jupiter in a niche

Bathsheba bathing in a fountain with a statue of a blindfolded Cupid; David sends a message to Joab (background)

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

Statue of Niobe and her Worshippers, with Apollo and Diana and other Figures

Statue of Niobe and her Worshippers, with Apollo and Diana and other Figures

The Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius on the Capitol

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Statue of Pasquin in the House of Cardinal Ursino

Design for an Elaborate Fountain Surmounted by a Statue of St. Christopher; verso: Studies of Architectural Details

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Statue of Meleager

View of the Campidoglio on the Capitoline Hill, with equestrian statue at lower right, from the series 'The Small book of Roman ruins and buildings' (Operum antiquorum romanorum)

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Statue of Mithras

Statue of Pasquin in the House of Cardinal Ursino

Figures Adoring a Statue of the "Magna Mater"

Triumphal arch surmounted by a statue representing the city of Bologna, buildings seen through the arch below, a temporary decoration for the entry of Pope Clement VIII in Bologna in 1598

Triumphal arch surmounted by a statue of Moses, buildings seen through the arch below, a temporary decoration for the entry of Pope Clement VIII in Bologna in 1598

Study from a Statue of a River God

Head of marble colossal female statue

Statue robe

Design for a Wall Tomb with a Variant and a Statue of Christ as Salvator Mundi

Sacrifice Offered before a Statue of Jupiter

Head from Colossal Statue of Guardian

Equestrian Statue of Henry II, King of France, in the Palazzo Rucellai by Daniele de Volterra

Design for an Epitaph surmounted by a Statue of the Virgin and Child

Statue of a Draped Female Figure

Design for a sepulchral monument with a seated female figure; verso: Design for a statue of a standing male figure and fragment of a letter

[Garden monument when heated by the sun brings water to a boil generating steam which causes sound to issue from pipes like an organ; shows statue, possibly of Hero of Alexandria]

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

Composition of figures arranged in a landscape foreground before a statue of a female goddess, at left two nude figures support a nude woman riding a goat led by a putto, at center a draped woman holds one finger to her eye behind a satyr holding a bow, at right Mercury twists away from the satyr, from a series of twelve frieze-like designs showing bacchanals, sacrifices, and dances

The Round Tower Ruptured to Reveal the Statue of the King of the Romans

A Sculptor Presenting his Statue of Venus and Cupid

Plate 2: La Place Dauphine, on the coast of Pont Neuf, the equestrian statue of Louis XIII in center, seen from the back and numerous figures, from 'Various Figures' (Agréable diversité de figures)

Plate 3: La Place Royale, equestrian statue of Louis XIII in profile facing the left in center, various horsemen and figures in background, from 'Various Figures' (Agréable diversité de figures)

Plate 2: La Place Dauphine, on the coast of Pont Neuf, the equestrian statue of Louis XIII in center, seen from the back and numerous figures, from 'Various Figures' (Agréable diversité de figures)

Plate 3: La Place Royale, equestrian statue of Louis XIII in profile facing the left in center, various horsemen and figures in background, from 'Various Figures' (Agréable diversité de figures)

Colossal statue of the Appenino by Giambologna to left, represented as a giant crouching at the entrance of a grotto, ramps to either side, a pond below, various figures, dogs, and birds to right, from 'Views of the villa at Pratolino' (Vues de la villa de Pratolino)

The villa at center flanked by four obelisks, a staircase to either side, a statue in a niche in center of staircases, various figures and dogs below, from 'Views of the villa at Pratolino' (Vues de la villa de Pratolino)

Two views of a grotto, both views with a fountain with a seated statue, seen from the left and right sides, from 'Views of the villa at Pratolino' (Vues de la villa de Pratolino)

[Statue of Nebuchadnezzar]