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Dead Christ, surrounded by the Instruments of the Passion, with God the Father and the Holy Spirit
Pencil, Grey-brown ink, Wash on paper. Second half of the XVI century
Anonymous
Dead Christ, surrounded by the Instruments of the Passion, with God the Father and the Holy Spirit
Pencil, Grey-brown ink, Wash on paper. Second half of the XVI century
Anonymous

Although the present composition is ultimately dependent in origin on Albrecht Dürer´s great woodcut of the Trinity, a Florentine interpretation of the design is evident in the conception of the [+]

Roman Emperor
White marble. Ca. 1550
Anonymous
Roman Emperor
White marble. Ca. 1550
Anonymous

Esta obra parte de prototipos análogos basados en efigies monetarias antiguas que representan a Nerón imberbe. Como en las numerosas monedas de este dignatario acuñadas a partir del 63 d. C. destaca e [+]

Roman Emperor
White marble. Ca. 1550
Anonymous
Roman Emperor
White marble. Ca. 1550
Anonymous

Esta obra parte de prototipos análogos basados en efigies monetarias antiguas que representan a Nerón imberbe. Como en las numerosas monedas de este dignatario acuñadas a partir del 63 d. C. destaca e [+]

Faun
Marble. XVII century
Anonymous
Faun
Marble. XVII century
Anonymous

Formaba parte de una serie de relieves decorativos todos ellos con cabezas de faunos o ménades. Algunos conservan una orla con racimos de uvas. En el álbum de la colección del marqués del Carpio, apar [+]

Dacian of the type from Trajan's Forum
Africano marble, Bigio antico, Marmo greco scritto. 120 - 130
Anonymous; Roman Sculptor
Dacian of the type from Trajan's Forum
Africano marble, Bigio antico, Marmo greco scritto. 120 - 130
Anonymous; Roman Sculptor

Following the conquest of Dacia (essentially modern-day Romania and Moldova) by Trajan (AD 53-117), the image of its inhabitants, shown as captives wearing their distinctive clothing, was introduced i [+]

The Emperor Hadrian
Marble. 1600 - 1650
Anonymous
The Emperor Hadrian
Marble. 1600 - 1650
Anonymous

This portrait of Hadrian (117-138 AD) does not follow a specific classical model, freely interpreting elements such as the curls of his hair and his expression. It may have belonged to Queen Christina [+]

Medusa
White marble. 1770 - 1800
Anonymous
Medusa
White marble. 1770 - 1800
Anonymous

In Greek mythology Medusa was one of the three Gorgon sisters whose gaze turned their victims to stone. Perseus decapitated her and gave her head to Athena, who set it in her shield. This marble repro [+]

Boar
White marble. Ca. 20
Anonymous; Roman Sculptor
Boar
White marble. Ca. 20
Anonymous; Roman Sculptor

Probablemente en el siglo XVII, un autor desconocido dividió mediante un corte longitudinal el torso de la estatua de un jabalí de tamaño natural en dos partes; luego, las completó y montó cada una de [+]

Charles VII of Naples, the Future Charles III of Spain
Italian marble. Ca. 1744
Anonymous
Charles VII of Naples, the Future Charles III of Spain
Italian marble. Ca. 1744
Anonymous

A medallion portraying the young Charles of Bourbon (1716-1788), recently proclaimed King of Naples and Sicily, who would become King Charles III of Spain in 1759. Shown in profile with a large wig an [+]

Juno
Marble. XVI century
Anonymous
Juno
Marble. XVI century
Anonymous

Retrato de tamaño algo mayor que el natural, identificado por Coppel (1998) como Juno. Viste túnica con traje y manto y tiene restaurada la nariz y pegada la cabeza. El modelo deriva de la estatua de [+]

Pensive Muse
Travertine, White marble. 69 - 90
Anonymous; Roman Sculptor
Pensive Muse
Travertine, White marble. 69 - 90
Anonymous; Roman Sculptor

In classical Antiquity the subjects of sculptures were identified by their attributes or gestures. In this case the figure’s pensive pose suggests that of one of the Muses, Polyhymnia or Clío, [+]

Boy in a Toga
Travertine, Marble, Porphyry. XVII century
Anonymous
Boy in a Toga
Travertine, Marble, Porphyry. XVII century
Anonymous

During the Renaissance, the poses and clothing of sculptural models from classical Antiquity were reinterpreted for decorative purposes. This example interprets sculptures of young rulers making use o [+]

Minerva or Allegory of Rome
White marble. Ca. 1550
Anonymous
Minerva or Allegory of Rome
White marble. Ca. 1550
Anonymous

Medallón circular con una cabeza en relieve que mira hacia la izquierda y representa probablemente a Minerva o a Roma con casco, escudo y lanza. Obra renacentista (Blanco, A.: Catálogo de la escultura [+]

Chrysippus (¿?)
Marble. XVIII century
Anonymous
Chrysippus (¿?)
Marble. XVIII century
Anonymous

Busto de un personaje calvo, con barba, envuelto en un manto que deja al descubierto gran parte del pecho. Copia del pseudo Crisipo (Crisippo), el gran filósofo estoico del siglo III a.C. El estilo no [+]

Cicero
White marble. I century
Anonymous; Roman Sculptor
Cicero
White marble. I century
Anonymous; Roman Sculptor

A brilliant orator and politician, Cicero (106-43 BC) became the literary reference for the values of Roman culture. This bust retains the original inscription with his name and age at his death in Ro [+]

Trajan
White marble. First half of the XVI century
Anonymous
Trajan
White marble. First half of the XVI century
Anonymous

A bust of the emperor, Trajan (98-117 A.D.) made as one of the series of emperors produced in Rome during the first half of the sixteenth century, which were scattered throughout Europe. [+]

Roman Emperor
White marble. Ca. 1550
Anonymous
Roman Emperor
White marble. Ca. 1550
Anonymous

Medallón circular, con una cabeza varonil con corona de laurel, vuelta hacia la izquierda. Obra renacentista (Blanco, A.: Catálogo de la escultura, Museo del Prado, 1957, p. 148). [+]

Ethiopian Woman
Marble, Black limestone. Early XVII century
Anonymous
Ethiopian Woman
Marble, Black limestone. Early XVII century
Anonymous

The piece belongs to a group of four busts of Ethiopians purchased for the Buen Retiro Palace in 1678 by Charles II. Their inspiration comes from models by the French sculptor Nicolas Cordier, the cre [+]

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