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Joanna of Castile (Panel)
Joanna of Castile Object: Panel Place of origin: Flanders, Belgium (made) Date: ca. 1496 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Clear and coloured glass with painted details and yellow (silver) stain.
Portrait of Augustus of Prima Porta, (augustus of primaporta) c.20 BCE
The Barberini Tyche, her features characterise her as a goddess, although the sculpture is also a portrait, most likely a woman of high status, and her crown of three arched towers also define her also as a personification of a city, possibly Rome. The 1st century Roman head is inserted into a 17th century bust of Egyptian alabaster and Italian porta santa marble with a stand of bianco e nero marble.
Women Having A Lousy Time In Western Art History
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Fleury-François RICHARD Valentine of Milan Mourning the Duke of Orléans in 1802