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Bronze right foot and lower leg from a colossal statue

Bronze right foot and lower leg from a colossal statue

Right foot and part of leg from colossal statue. Imperial

Bronze toes and instep of an over-lifesized right foot

Bronze toes and instep of an over-lifesized right foot

A hollow cast including toes and instep. Imperial

Bronze left foot with traces of sandal straps

Bronze left foot with traces of sandal straps

Left foot with sandal straps. Imperial

Marble forepart of a left sandaled foot

Marble forepart of a left sandaled foot

Preserved are the toes and the sole of the sandal, the contour of which follows the outline of the foot. Imperial

Marble right foot wearing a sandal

Marble right foot wearing a sandal

Right foot and ankle, wearing a sandal. Imperial

Bronze left leg and foot

Bronze left leg and foot

Foot and left leg. Imperial

Glass cup with splayed foot

Glass cup with splayed foot

Translucent blue green.Outsplayed tubular rim, folded over and in; tall curving neck, tapering downwards; thick projecting shoulder; squat, globular body; applied conical foot, formed from a separate gather, wi... more

Limestone plinth with the left foot of a statue of Zeus

Limestone plinth with the left foot of a statue of Zeus

With two feet; dedication to Zeus Labranios, by Demetris. Roman

Foot Fragment

Foot Fragment

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Bottom of a Vessel with Foot

Bottom of a Vessel with Foot

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Foot of a Vessel

Foot of a Vessel

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Foot of a Vessel

Foot of a Vessel

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Foot of a Vessel

Foot of a Vessel

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Foot of a Vessel

Foot of a Vessel

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Foot of a Vessel

Foot of a Vessel

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Foot of a Vessel

Foot of a Vessel

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Bottom of a Vessel with Foot

Bottom of a Vessel with Foot

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Bottom of a Vessel with Foot

Bottom of a Vessel with Foot

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Base and Foot of a Vessel

Base and Foot of a Vessel

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Foot of a Vessel

Foot of a Vessel

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Bottom and Foot of a Vessel

Bottom and Foot of a Vessel

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Foot Fragment

Foot Fragment

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Bottom of a Vessel with Foot

Bottom of a Vessel with Foot

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Foot of a Vessel

Foot of a Vessel

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Foot of a Vessel

Foot of a Vessel

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Bottom of a Vessel with Foot

Bottom of a Vessel with Foot

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Bottom of a Vessel with Foot

Bottom of a Vessel with Foot

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Cup with Foot and Geometric Decoration

Cup with Foot and Geometric Decoration

Made in Kharga Oasis, Byzantine Egypt

Hanging Lamp in the Form of a Sandaled Right Foot

Hanging Lamp in the Form of a Sandaled Right Foot

One of the classical protective images adapted by Christians was the foot, a symbol of good health and healing. These lamps were lit by an oil-soaked wick, inserted through the hole beside the foot’s big toe.Ro... more

Hanging Lamp in the Form of a Sandaled Right Foot

Hanging Lamp in the Form of a Sandaled Right Foot

One of the classical protective images adapted by Christians was the foot, a symbol of good health and healing. These lamps were lit by an oil-soaked wick, inserted through the hole beside the foot’s big toe.Ro... more

Bowl on High Foot

Bowl on High Foot

Silla Kingdom (57 B.C.–A.D. 676)

Foot of a Vessel

Foot of a Vessel

Attributed to Iran

Foot of a Vessel

Foot of a Vessel

Attributed to Iran

Leaf from a Beatus Manuscript: the Lamb at the Foot of the Cross, Flanked by Two Angels; The Calling of Saint John with the Enthroned Christ flanked by Angels and a Man Holding a Book

Leaf from a Beatus Manuscript: the Lamb at the Foot of the Cross, Flan...

Illustrated Beatus manuscripts bring to life an extraordinary vision of the end of the world, as recorded by Saint John in the Apocalypse (Book of Revelation) and filtered through the lens of Beatus of Liébana,... more

Foot soldiers and cavalry from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 381

Foot soldiers and cavalry from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 381

Detail of a miniature of foot soldiers and cavalry. Image taken from f. 381 of Chroniques de France ou de St Denis. Written in French.

Spinario (Boy Pulling a Thorn from His Foot)

Spinario (Boy Pulling a Thorn from His Foot)

Severo Calzetta da Ravenna (Italian, active by 1496, died before 1543)

Mary Magdalen at the Foot of the Cross

Mary Magdalen at the Foot of the Cross

The penitent Magdalen at the base of a now-lost crucifix was the focus of a carved altarpiece. Depictions of Mary Magdalen as a solitary figure before the cross first appeared in Italian painting of the twelfth... more

A horseman fighting two foot soldiers

A horseman fighting two foot soldiers

Medalist: Gian Francesco Enzola (Italian, active 1456–78)

Five Foot Soldiers and a Mounted Turk

Five Foot Soldiers and a Mounted Turk

Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg)

Five Foot Soldiers and a Mounted Turk

Five Foot Soldiers and a Mounted Turk

Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg)

Riding Standard Bearer and a Foot Soldier

Riding Standard Bearer and a Foot Soldier

Barthel Beham (German, Nuremberg ca. 1502–1540 Italy)

Ceramic Foot Vessel

Ceramic Foot Vessel

Mexico (?), Mesoamerica

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Man Removing a Thorn from his Foot

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Man Removing a Thorn from his Foot

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

A Swiss Foot Soldier

A Swiss Foot Soldier

attributed to Niklaus Manuel Deutsch (Swiss, Bern 1484–1530 Bern)

Dish on a low foot

Dish on a low foot

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

David with His Foot in a Noose in an Initial O

David with His Foot in a Noose in an Initial O

Initial O introducing the Introit (opening chant) to the Mass for the third Sunday of Lent, Psalm 24:15: Oculi mei semper ad Dominumquia ipse ellevet de laqueopedesmeos, “My eyes are ever toward the Lord, for h... more

Christ at the Foot of the Cross, Mourned by Mary and John

Christ at the Foot of the Cross, Mourned by Mary and John

Nikolaus Hogenberg (Netherlandish, Munich ca. 1500–1539 Mechelen)

Spinario (Boy Pulling a Thorn from His Foot)

Spinario (Boy Pulling a Thorn from His Foot)

This is the best surviving example of Antico’s Spinario – a boy pulling a thorn from his foot – which takes as its starting point a long-celebrated bronze figure, executed in the 3rd century BC and now, as in A... more

Venus drying her foot with a piece of drapery, Cupid in front of her, holding a bow in his left hand

Venus drying her foot with a piece of drapery, Cupid in front of her, ...

Marcantonio Raimondi (Italian, Argini (?) ca. 1480–before 1534 Bologna (?))

Venus removing a thorn from her left foot while seated beside trees and foliage, a hare eating grass before her

Venus removing a thorn from her left foot while seated beside trees an...

Marco Dente (Italian, Ravenna, active by 1515–died 1527 Rome)

Venus removing a thorn from her left foot while seated on a cloth next to trees, a hare lower right

Venus removing a thorn from her left foot while seated on a cloth next...

This print depicts one of the compositions Raphael designed for the stufetta (bathroom) of Cardinal Bibbiena in the Vatican. The small room was richly ornamented all’antica, with grotesques and scenes represent... more

Venus removing a thorn from her left foot while seated on a cloth beside trees and foliage, a hare eating grass before her

Venus removing a thorn from her left foot while seated on a cloth besi...

Marco Dente (Italian, Ravenna, active by 1515–died 1527 Rome)

Venus removing a thorn from her left foot while seated on a cloth beside trees and foliage, a hare eating grass before her

Venus removing a thorn from her left foot while seated on a cloth besi...

Marco Dente (Italian, Ravenna, active by 1515–died 1527 Rome)

The Virgin at top center in clouds with clasped hands and right foot raised, surrounded by cherubin; below, the twelve apostles stand together gesturing upwards

The Virgin at top center in clouds with clasped hands and right foot r...

Engraved by Domenico Campagnola (Italian, Venice (?) 1500–1564 Padua)

The Virgin and Child Seated at the Foot of a Tree

The Virgin and Child Seated at the Foot of a Tree

As he so often did in his paintings, Gossart combined Renaissance and Gothic motifs in his prints. Here, the figure types derive from Italian Renaissance sculpture. Most notably, the child's unusual gesture, wi... more

Aeneas Builds a Fleet Near Antandrus, at the Foot of Mount Ida (Aeneid, Book III)

Aeneas Builds a Fleet Near Antandrus, at the Foot of Mount Ida (Aeneid...

European of the Renaissance period viewed ancient Rome not only as the origin of Italian civilzation but also the geographic center of a lost golden age. This plaque belongs to a series of at least eighty Limog... more

Venus removing a thorn from her foot

Venus removing a thorn from her foot

Master of the Die (Italian, active Rome, ca. 1530–60)

Venus removing a thorn from her foot

Venus removing a thorn from her foot

Master of the Die (Italian, active Rome, ca. 1530–60)

Triumph of Love: four horses draw a carriage with Cupid standing upon a smoking platform, preceded by gods and goddesses on foot, a temple with gabled pediment at crest of hill beyond, from the series 'The Triumphs of Petrarch'

Triumph of Love: four horses draw a carriage with Cupid standing upon ...

Georg Pencz (German, Wroclaw ca. 1500–1550 Leipzig)

Candelabra Grotesque with an Hexagonal Pavillion on a Foot.

Candelabra Grotesque with an Hexagonal Pavillion on a Foot.

Three quarters of a candelabra grotesque, copied after a print published by Cornelis Bos around 1540. The design is characterized by an architectural structure which can be described as an hexagonal pavillion. ... more

The Muses at the Foot of Mt. Parnassus

The Muses at the Foot of Mt. Parnassus

In its rough execution, claustrophobic composition, and stylized, attenuated figures, this print is characteristic of the school of printmaking that arose at Fontainebleau, the palace of Francis I (r. 1515–47) ... more

Sarah presenting Hagar to Abraham, who sits at the foot of a bed, from the series 'The Story of Abraham'

Sarah presenting Hagar to Abraham, who sits at the foot of a bed, from...

Georg Pencz (German, Wroclaw ca. 1500–1550 Leipzig)

St. Paul standing under an overgrown arch, his left foot poised upon a rock, his right hand grasping a scroll, from a series of full-length figures of Christ and the Twelve Apostles

St. Paul standing under an overgrown arch, his left foot poised upon a...

Lambert Suavius (Netherlandish, ca. 1510–by 1576)

"'Umar Walks around Fulad Castle, Meets a Foot Soldier and Kicks Him to the Ground", Folio from a Hamzanama (The Adventures of Hamza)

"'Umar Walks around Fulad Castle, Meets a Foot Soldier and Kicks Him t...

The Hamzanama recounts the fable of Hamza, an uncle of the Prophet Muhammad who was a legendary defender of the faith. This painting illustrates an episode involving 'Umar, a spy loyal to Hamza, who learns of a... more

Fantastic Rocky Landscape with a Farmhouse and Three Foot Bridges
Allegory of the Psalm of David; Misericordia seated to the left feeding four children with milk from her breast, Truth seated to the right holding an open book in her left hand and her foot resting on a globe, Justice stands behind to the left holding a pair of scales and embracing Peace who stands to the right holding a caduceus

Allegory of the Psalm of David; Misericordia seated to the left feedin...

The drawing for the print is in the Graphische Sammlung Albertina, Vienna (inv.no. 2032). After Agostino Carracci (Italian, Bologna 1557–1602 Parma)

Oreads Removing a Thorn from a Satyr's Foot

Oreads Removing a Thorn from a Satyr's Foot

Bartholomeus Spranger (Netherlandish, Antwerp 1546–1611 Prague)

Wine cup on high foot (Tazza)

Wine cup on high foot (Tazza)

The broad, shallow bowl of this wine cup is a borrowing into silver design of a Venetian glass form popular in the second half of the sixteenth century. Although few glass examples survive, we know of their use... more

Foot
Seated Nude Woman Touching her Foot

Seated Nude Woman Touching her Foot

Barthélemy Prieur (French, Berzieux ca. 1536–1611 Paris)

Two Figures: Nude Youth on One Knee, Man Standing with Left Foot Raised

Two Figures: Nude Youth on One Knee, Man Standing with Left Foot Raise...

Anonymous, Italian, Roman-Bolognese, 17th century

Five numbered scenes, each after a painter in the Accademia Degl'Incamminati, from IL FUNERALE D'AGOSTINO CARRACCIO FATTO IN BOLOGNA SUA PATRIA DAGL'INCAMINATI Academici del Disegno: 1. Ceres lamenting the death of Carracci before Jupiter, painted by Ippolito Ferrantini; 2. Personification of Painting entrusting Carracci's body to Fame, painted by Giovanni Battista Bertusi; 3. The Fates leading the blindfolded Carracci to the foot of Jupiter's throne, painted by Lucio Massari; 4. Three rivers representing the cities of Bologna, Rome and Parma (Reno, Tiber and Parma) with Fame at left, designed by Sebastiano Razzali and painted by Baldessare Aloisi Galanini; 5. Agostino Carracci abducted by Mars who is jealous of the artist's portrait of Adonis made for a Farnese gallery panel, painted by Giovanni Battista Busi.

Five numbered scenes, each after a painter in the Accademia Degl'Incam...

One of seven plates by Reni that illustrate the temporary decorations for the memorial service for the painter Agostino Carracci, from IL FUNERALE D'AGOSTINO CARRACCIO FATTO IN BOLOGNA SUA PATRIA DAGL'INCAMINAT... more

Study for a Three-Quarter-Length Portrait of a Gentleman (recto), Study of a Clothed Figure and a Foot (verso)

Study for a Three-Quarter-Length Portrait of a Gentleman (recto), Stud...

Mario Balassi (Italian, Florence 1605–1667 Florence)

Hercules and  Achelous: at center Hercules grasps the horns of a bull while pressing his right foot onto its leg, at left Hercules wrestles a serpent, at right Hercules wrestles a male figure on the ground, from the series 'The Labors of Hercules'

Hercules and Achelous: at center Hercules grasps the horns of a bull ...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

St. Mary Magdelen at the Foot of the Cross

St. Mary Magdelen at the Foot of the Cross

Jan Muller (Netherlandish, Amsterdam 1571–1628 Amsterdam)

Christ crucified between the two thieves, the three maries at the foot of the cross

Christ crucified between the two thieves, the three maries at the foot...

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Giovanni Alto (Johann Alten, Ioannes Altus) standing on the Quirinal Hill in Rome, with his right arm outstretched in a pointing position and a snake coiled around his foot and sword

Giovanni Alto (Johann Alten, Ioannes Altus) standing on the Quirinal H...

Francesco Villamena (Italian, Assisi ca. 1565–1624 Rome)

The Imado Bridge at the Foot of Mount Matsuchi

The Imado Bridge at the Foot of Mount Matsuchi

Hiroshige's great achievement in translating landscape to prints and popular art forms rested on his unique ability to understand the traditional qualities of famous places (meisho) and to see them anew. This s... more

Hunters on horses and on foot, with hounds pursuing a stag, and two buildings in a hilly landscape, from the series 'Italian landscapes' (Diverse vedute designate in Fiorenza / Paysages italiens)
Lamentation over the Dead Christ at the Foot of the Cross (recto); Studies for the Burial of Christ (verso)

Lamentation over the Dead Christ at the Foot of the Cross (recto); Stu...

Ferraù Fenzoni (Italian, Faenza 1562–1645 Faenza)

Small male figure wearing a hat, with daggers in both hands, and placing his weight on his right foot as he stretches his left foot forward, from the series 'Varie figure gobbi'