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John Currie - Mauretania

This photograph is taken in Canada Dock in Liverpool, 1909. The gentleman in uniform is “Mauretania’s” first Chief Engineer, John Currie. ..RMS MAURETANIA was one of the most famous ships ever built on Tyneside... more

Stair Riser with Marine Deities or Boatmen

This sculpture and the triangular side relief (13.96.19) are part of a set of twenty-one panels that embellished the stairway of a stupa, likely on the western end of the Swat Valley. The treatment of the anato... more

Marine Deity (Triton or Ichthyocentaur)

This sculpture and the Stair Riser with Marine Deities (13.96.21) are part of a set of twenty-one panels that embellished the stairway of a stupa, likely on the western end of the Swat Valley. The treatment of ... more

Neptune Seated on a Marine Monster and Blowing a Conch Shell

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

Marine Monster

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

Three Bands Friezes with Grotesques and Several Figure Studies (recto); Term with a Marine Creature (Zephyr) (verso)

attributed to Andrés de Melgar (Spanish, documented S. Domingo de la Calzada, died after 1554)

Wine cooler with A Marine Triumph of Bacchus

During Renaissance feasts, cisterns were filled with cold water to chill fruit or bottles of wine. This example’s decoration with a seascape populated by revelers, aquatic creatures, and the youthful Bacchus (g... more

Marine landscape with figures

Salvator Rosa (Italian, Arenella (Naples) 1615–1673 Rome)

Plate 4: marine gods and other cavorting figures

Giulio Carpioni (Italian, Venice 1613–1678 Venice)

Plate 6: marine gods and other cavorting figures

Giulio Carpioni (Italian, Venice 1613–1678 Venice)