Original caption: NASA/APOLLO. ABOARD THE USS HORNET - President Richard M. Nixon appears to be holding the Presidential Seal which is attached to the door of the Mobile Quarantine Facility during his greeting... more
The front of this coin depicts the god Apollo, facing right and wearing a crown of laurels with a thunderbolt shown below. On the back, Apollo is depicted riding a goat. A decorative laurel wreath surrounds the scene.
The front (obverse) of this coin depicts the head of the god Apollo, laureate, facing to the right. The back (reverse) depicts Apollo marching right, holding a patera and garlanded laurel branch; at his feet ar... more
Miniature of Apollo killing Ganymede by piercing his eye, in 'L'Épître Othéa'. Image taken from f. 119v of Various works (also known as 'The Book of the Queen'), including 'Cent balades' (ff. 4-21), 'Le Débat d... more
Detail of a miniature of Apollo killing Ganymede by piercing his eye, in 'L'Épître Othéa'. Image taken from f. 119v of Various works (also known as 'The Book of the Queen'), including 'Cent balades' (ff. 4-21),... more
Jacopo de' Barbari, sometimes known or referred to as de'Barbari, de Barberi, de Barbari, Barbaro, Barberino, Barbarigo or Barberigo, was an Italian painter and printmaker with a highly individual style.
Giulio Bonasone was an Italian painter and engraver born in Bologna. He possibly studied painting under Lorenzo Sabbatini, and painted a Purgatory for the church of San Stefano, but all his paintings have been ... more
The alteration to this impression is not initially evident, but closer inspection reveals that this predominantly nude Apollo is missing his genitalia. A viewer deliberately scraped away the ink at the god’s cr... more
The present impression has possibly been retouched by Thomassin (after 1601/2). For an untrimmed earlier impression see 1986.1180.233. Master of the Die (Italian, active Rome, ca. 1530–60)