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Diana reading from BL Harley 4431, f. 107

Detail of a miniature of Diana presiding over an assembly of women reading, in 'L'Épître Othéa'. Image taken from f. 107 of Various works (also known as 'The Book of the Queen'), including 'Cent balades' (ff. 4... more

Diana and Pallas from BL Harley 4431, f. 124

Miniature of the goddess Diana and maidens hunting a stag; miniature of Arachne at her loom with Pallas, in 'L'Épître Othéa'. Image taken from f. 124 of Various works (also known as 'The Book of the Queen'), in... more

Diana and maidens hunting from BL Harley 4431, f. 124

Miniature of the goddess Diana and maidens hunting a stag, in 'L'Épître Othéa'. Image taken from f. 124 of Various works (also known as 'The Book of the Queen'), including 'Cent balades' (ff. 4-21), 'Le Débat d... more

Diana reading from BL Harley 4431, f. 107

Miniature of Diana presiding over an assembly of women reading, in 'L'Épître Othéa'. Image taken from f. 107 of Various works (also known as 'The Book of the Queen'), including 'Cent balades' (ff. 4-21), 'Le Dé... more

Diana the huntress acompanied by her dogs standing in a niche

Giulio Bonasone (Italian, active Rome and Bologna, 1531–after 1576)

Diana with Attributes of the Hunt

Antoine Caron (French, Beauvais 1521–1599 Paris)

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Diana (Diana Triuia in aedibus)

This print comes from the museum’s copy of the Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae (The Mirror of Roman Magnificence) The Speculum found its origin in the publishing endeavors of Antonio Salamanca and Antonio Lafre... more

Apollo and Diana

Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg)

Apollo and Diana

Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg)

The Judgment of Paris; he is sitting at left with Venus, Juno and Pallas Athena, a winged victory above; in the upper section the Sun in his chariot preceeded by Castor and Pollux on horseback; at lower right two river gods and a naiad above whom Jupiter, an eagle, Ganymede, Diana and another Goddess

A masterpiece of Renaissance printmaking, the Judgment of Paris represents a highpoint in the collaboration between the painter Raphael and the great Italian engraver Raimondi. This scene is one of a group of e... more

Seated Goddess Diana (recto); Studies of a Nude Male Torso Seen from the Rear, and a leg (verso)

The softly rendered drawing on the recto of this early sheet was clearly inspired by Correggio's Diana, frescoed around 1518-19 above the fireplace in the Camera di San Paolo in Parma. The drawing technique is ... more

Footed dish with Diana and Actaeon

The painter has decorated the shallow, rimless bowl of this footed dish with a scene from Ovid’s Metamorphoses. The uninterrupted composition suggests that the bowl would have arrived at the table already laden... more

Plate 12: Diana standing in a niche, twisting to her left and pulling an arrow out of a quiver, with a deer to her right, from a series of mythological gods and goddesses

Dated 1526, this print is one of a series of twenty depicting gods in niches, drawn for the engraver Caraglio by the Florentine Mannerist artist, Rosso Fiorentino. Giovanni Jacopo Caraglio (Italian, Parma or Ve... more

Landscape with Diana Resting

Léon Davent (French, active 1540–56)

Diana

After Luca Cambiaso (Italian, Moneglia 1527–1585 Madrid)

Studies for a Circular Composition of Diana and Her Nymphs Bathing (recto); Studies for the Same Composition (verso)

This graceful composition exhibits Taddeo's characteristically fluid line, which renders the forms at once animated, convincingly three-dimensional, and elegantly ornamental. Given the circular format of the de... more

Diana the Huntress in a Landscape

Vincenzo Caccianemici (Italian, died 1542)

Bowl from a birth set with birth scene and Diana and Actaeon

This footed bowl originally formed the base of a birth set—a series of nesting bowls and dishes celebrating childbirth. Only when the set was disassembled would the domestic image on its interior be revealed. H... more

Diana hunting the stag

Allegorical print showing the Roman goddess Diana with hunting dogs; on the left, two dogs have caught the stag.

Diana holding fruit in her left hand standing within a niche

Giulio Bonasone (Italian, active Rome and Bologna, 1531–after 1576)

Diana

In Mariette Album, folio 46, bottom right Etched by Andrea Schiavone (Andrea Meldola) (Italian, Zadar (Zara) ca. 1510?–1563 Venice)

Diana

In Mariette Album, folio 43, mid center Etched by Andrea Schiavone (Andrea Meldola) (Italian, Zadar (Zara) ca. 1510?–1563 Venice)

Diana viewed from behind firing her bow

Andrea Schiavone (Andrea Meldola) (Italian, Zadar (Zara) ca. 1510?–1563 Venice)

Classical Female Figure (Diana or Venus) with Two Infants.

The Italian artist Primaticcio went to France early in his career to work for the French king, Francis I. Although most of Primaticcio's energies went into decorating the great palace of Fontainebleau, the pres... more

Diana Resting

Léon Davent (French, active 1540–56)

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

Forms a complete composition with 51.501.622b. Anonymous, School of Fontainebleau

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

Forms a complete composition with 51.501.622a. After Polidoro da Caravaggio (Italian, Caravaggio ca. 1499–ca. 1543 Messina)

The Blasphemy of Niobe from Scenes from the Story of Diana

Probably designed by Jean Cousin the Elder (French, Souci (?) ca. 1490–ca. 1560 Paris (?))

Diana and Her Nymphs Pursuing a Stag

Léon Davent (French, active 1540–56)

The Drowning of Britomartis from Scenes from the Story of Diana

This tapestry is from a set depicting scenes from the story of Diana probably made for the château of Anet, about forty miles west of Paris, which was the chief residence of Henry II's mistress, Diane de Poitie... more

Diana Discovering Callisto's Pregnancy

Cornelis Cort (Netherlandish, Hoorn ca. 1533–1578 Rome)

The Goddess Diana

Jacques Jonghelinck (Netherlandish, Antwerp 1530–1606 Antwerp)

Diana holding a spear with a stag at right and holding a bear on a leash

After Cherubino Alberti (Zaccaria Mattia) (Italian, Borgo Sansepolcro 1553–1615 Rome)

View of the Temples of Venus and of Diana in Baia from the South

circle of Jan Brueghel the Elder (Netherlandish, Brussels 1568–1625 Antwerp)

Heads of Goddesses (Flora, Diana, Ceres)

Anonymous, French, 17th century

"Diana, Goddess of the Hunt", Folio from the Davis Album

Although painted by an Indian artist, the style and subject of this painting of the Goddess Diana are distinctly European. It was likely painted in India during the reign of the Mughal emperor Jahangir (1605–27... more

Diana and Attendants?

Anonymous, Italian, Roman-Bolognese, 17th century

Luna or Diana

Attributed to Joseph Limosin

Diana and Actaeon from a set of Ovid's Metamorphoses

From a set of tapestries depicting stories from Ovid's Metamorphoses, this hanging illustrates the moment when Acteon, having accidentally seen the goddess Diana and her nymphs bathing, begins to change into a ... more

Dish with Diana and the stag

Follower of Bernard Palissy (French, Agen, Lot-et-Garonne 1510–1590 Paris)

Toilet of Diana

Anonymous, Italian, Roman-Bolognese, 17th century

Diana and a Leering Satyr in a Forest

Paulus Willemsz. van Vianen (Netherlandish, Utrecht ca. 1570–ca. 1613/14 Prague)

Dish with Acteon changed into a stag by Diana

Manner of Bernard Palissy (French, Agen, Lot-et-Garonne 1510–1590 Paris)

Diana Hunting and Proserpina in the Underworld

Diana, the Roman goddess of the moon, and her hounds pursue a stag through a nocturnal landscape; Proserpina (Persephone) is shown in the dreaded world below, presided over by her husband, Pluto (Hades). Master... more

Diana with a Hound

Prieur executed a Diana with a Stag for the Fountain of Diana at the château de Fontainebleau (1602–3). Four stags heads and four alert hounds by Pierre I Biard adorn its pedestal. It is possible that the prese... more

Fountain with a Sculpture of the Godess Diana at Chateau d'Anet

Jacques Androuet Du Cerceau (French, Paris 1510/12–1585 Annecy)

Diana Surprised at her Bath

Hans Rottenhammer, I (German, Munich, 1564–1625, Augsburg)

The Pregnancy of Callisto Discovered by Diana

Antonio Molinari (Italian, Venice 1655–1704 Venice)

Diana and the Stag

The stag has a hollow body and a removable head and can be used as a drinking cup. When used in drinking games, a mechanism in the base was wound up and the automaton was allowed to run freely on concealed whe... more

Seated figure of Diana the huntress

Diana seated naked under a tree, holding a spear, looking towards three dogs, standing and sitting beside her at right; two hunting horns hanging from a branch above; fields in background. Wenceslaus Hollar (Bo... more

Diana in Her Chariot (La Lune sur son char)

Claude Mellan (French, Abbeville 1598–1688 Paris)

The Wedding of the Gods: Second Scene, Diana

Etched by Stefano della Bella (Italian, Florence 1610–1664 Florence)

Diana, from 'Game of Mythology' (Jeu de la Mythologie)

Stefano della Bella (Italian, Florence 1610–1664 Florence)

Seated figure of Diana the huntress

Wenceslaus Hollar (Bohemian, Prague 1607–1677 London)

Diana, from 'Game of Mythology' (Jeu de la Mythologie)

Etched by Stefano della Bella (Italian, Florence 1610–1664 Florence)

Sleeping figure of Diana the huntress

Landscape with Diana sleeping at the foot of a tree, a quiver in lower right; after Peeter van Avont Wenceslaus Hollar (Bohemian, Prague 1607–1677 London)

Diana and her Nymphs

This tapestry depicts the goddess Diana bathing with her nymphs after the hunt (in classical legend, Diana was the goddess of the hunt). The scene takes place before the ruins of a classical temple, beyond whic... more

Arcadian Landscape with several Figures and a Statue of Diana

Gerard Melder (Dutch, Amsterdam 1693–1754 Utrecht)

Diana

possibly Haly workshop (French, 18th century)

Diana and Actaeon

Joseph Bergler the Younger (Austrian, Salzburg 1753–1829 Prague)

Diana and Callisto

Philipp Hieronymus Brinckmann (German, Speyer 1709–1761 Mannheim)

Diana at the Bath After Returning from the Hunt

Anne Claude Philippe de Tubières, comte de Caylus (French, Paris 1692–1765 Paris)