Pltae 70: Procris Giving Cephalus a Dog and a Javelin (Cephalus et iaculo inevitabili, et cane pernicißimo a Procride donatur), from Ovid's 'Metamorphoses'
Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)
Small figure striding forward with cane and bulging abdomen, body in profile view and head in three-quarters view, from the series 'Varie figure gobbi'
Jacques Callot (French, Nancy 1592–1635 Nancy)
Man walking and carrying a cane in his right hand, shown in three-quarters view with his head turned away from the viewer, from the series 'Figures of fashion' (Figures de modes)
Antoine Watteau (French, Valenciennes 1684–1721 Nogent-sur-Marne)
Habit de Faune: a faun wearing a tonnelet with a flute attached, a cane in his right hand and vines around his horns, from 'New designs for costumes' (Nouveaux desseins d'habillements à l'usage des balets operas et comedies)
Drawing, design for a faun costume, from the 'New designs for costumes' (Nouveaux desseins d'habillements à l'usage des balets operas et comedies). The costume consists of a knee-length tonnelet with fur trimmi... more
[Henry Clay, three-quarter length portrait, three-quarters to the left, facing front, seated, holding cane, tall hat on table with tablecloth]
Republican Senator from Kentucky, 1806-1807, 1810-1811; Congressman, 1811-1814, 1815-1821, 1823-1825; U.S. Secretary of State, 1825-1829; Whig Senator, 1831-1842, 1849-1852; Democratic Republican candidate for ... more