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Life of the Prophet Muhammad written at the order of the Mamluk sultan al-Mansûr 'Alâ' al-Dîn 'Alî (d. 778/1376). The work was first illustrated during the reign of the Ottoman sultan Murâd III.
Here, the fundamental truth that suffering is the essence of life is charmingly conveyed in the story of the young prince's excursions from the palace, where he had enjoyed a sheltered life of plenty and pleasu... more
During the Renaissance, hat badges were a common form of personal adornment worn predominantly by wealthy men to assert the wearer’s character. They often depicted religious or mythological subjects, portraits ... more
This portrait shows Ippolita, one of the most beautiful and accomplished women of her day, at the age of sixteen. Medalist: Leone Leoni (Italian, Menaggio ca. 1509–1590 Milan)
Print shows Lucifer as a young angel with wings sitting on a cloud, brandishing a torch in raised left hand, at the top of an arched entry way.
The identification of this medallion is based on another example of this medallion, which has "Louis-Nicolas Bernot de Mouchy, sousaide major on régiment de Guienne infanterie, agé de seize ans et sept mois en ... more
Félicité Sophie de Lannion, born in 1745, daughter of Hyacinthe-Gaëton, comte de Lannion, married François-Alexandre-Frédéric, Duc de Liancourt, later Duc de La Rochefoucauld et d'Estissac in 1764. Jean-Baptist... more
Also known as The Bronze Age, The Age of Brass, The Vanquished (Le Vaincu), The Age of Man, L'Homme des Premiers Ages or l'Homme qui s'éveille. Auguste Rodin (French, Paris 1840–1917 Meudon)
Schadow worked primarily as a Neoclassical sculptor; among his many works is the ornamentation on the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. He was also an early practitioner of lithography, which he took up during the se... more