July 24, 2017

Above: Roman sarcophagus with the legend of Prometheus, from 240 B.C.

1 shows the "Dame d'Auxerre" from around 630 B.C., made in Crete.

2 is a ceiling in the Roman sculpture section of the Louvre.

3 is from Rome ... "Livia", the spouse of Emporer Augustus, 15 A.D.

4 is from Rome ... "Augustus", 27 B.C.

5 is "Melpomène, Muse of the Tragedy"

6 is the funeral statue in honour of Marcellus, made by Cléoménès of Athens, 20 B.C..

7 is the Greek statue "Venus de Milo", created sometime between 130 and 100 BC, depicting Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty.

8 is a greek statue of Nike called "Winged Victory of Samothrace" from around 200 B.C.

9 is detail of the fresco "Venus and the Three Graces" by Botticelli, 1483-1485.

10 is the "Virgin and the Baby with Saint John the Baptist" by Botticelli, 1470-1475.

11 is "The Visitation" by Domenico Ghirlandaio, 1491.

12 shows Al and Deb walking the Italian Renaissance art wing, already filling up.

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