Photographic Collection Index

Each section, as the following Index makes plain, divides up in its own way; some are arranged alphabetically, while others follow narrative sequences, and others are linked together by adjacent themes or concepts.


INTRODUCTION

The Photographic Collection of the Warburg Institute was, like the Library, originally the private collection of Aby Warburg. At the time of his death in 1929 it already contained around 15,000 photographs, and in the years since then it has grown steadily, consisting at present of about 300,000 photographs divided into more than 17,000 categories.

At first the photographs were ordered by medium and topography (as 'Umbrian painting' or 'Florentine sculpture'), with one or two iconographic subsections where these mirrored the interests of Warburg or Fritz Saxl. However, after the Institute's move to London in 1933, it was decided to order the entire Collection iconographically, and a system of subject categories was devised by Rudolf Wittkower and Edgar Wind. In the years since then, the number of categories has grown considerably, since new photographs with new subjects have necessitated new folders, and swollen sections have had to be divided into ever finer iconographic subdivisions. Nevertheless, the overall armature laid down by Wittkower and Wind is still in place: it has a flexibility and logic which makes it very easy to work with.

The main subdivisions of the Collection are as follows: 

PRE-CLASSICAL ICONOGRAPHY 
ANTIQUITIES 
RITUAL 
GODS AND MYTHS 
CLASSICAL LITERATURE 
MEDIAEVAL AND LATER LITERATURE 
MAGIC AND SCIENCE 
GESTURES
SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY 
PORTRAITS
HISTORY
SOCIAL LIFE
RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
ARTISTS
ARCHITECTURE
ORNAMENT
MANUSCRIPTS
ERANOS COLLECTION OF JUNGIAN ARCHETYPES
ASIAN ICONOGRAPHY
NON-EURASIAN ICONOGRAPHY
MENIL ARCHIVE: IMAGE OF THE BLACK

Each section, as the following Index makes plain, divides up in its own way; some are arranged alphabetically, while others follow narrative sequences, and others are linked together by adjacent themes or concepts.

The photographs are kept in filing cabinets, and the main stock is placed in brown folders of three different sizes. The three orders of folders are placed one inside the other, corresponding to the subdivisions of a theme, as indicated, approximately, in the following Index. While the larger folders should never be removed from the drawers, the smallest ones can be taken out for consultation. Within them the photographs are in random order, and there is no division by date or (with rare exceptions) medium.

The photographs illustrating the "Census of Antique Art and Architecture Known to the Renaissance" are placed in blue folders within each relevant category. In this Index the headings of individual Census folders are not listed, since the Census as a whole has been computerised, and is available both on CD-Rom and the Internet (for details, e-mail info@dyabola.de).

The photographs are mounted, and information is provided on the back of the mounts. This is kept to the minimum, but wherever possible a reference is provided to a catalogue or article in which fuller information can be found.

Two characteristics are fundamental to the arrangement, and to the form of the headings. First, the users of the Institute are assumed to have an understanding of the subject on which they are undertaking research, and to be able to judge where best to look. Second, all users have direct access to the files, which means that as they open a drawer in a filing cabinet they can see at a glance the range of possibilities. If they fail to find what they need in one place, they can readily move to another, aided by the cross-reference card-index. Thus they can make a thorough search through categories which inevitably overlap, as for example in "The Virgin and Child".

The Index is intended to fulfil three purposes:

To help those working in the Collection to find their way about, and to locate particular subjects.

To provide suggestions for others designing an iconographic system.

To assist those who may be planning to visit the Institute to see the range covered by the Photographic Collection.

So far as time permits, the staff will attempt to advise, by letter, telephone or e-mail, on the iconography of photographs sent by those who cannot themselves visit the Institute. It is not possible to list or enumerate the contents of folders, or to provide photocopies. Guidance can be given as to whether the holdings in a particular category are large enough to warrant a special visit.

 

PRE-CLASSICAL ICONOGRAPHY

Palaeolithic
  Painting and sculpture
  Skulls, skeletons, restorations
  Implements
  Miscellaneous
Neolithic
  Megaliths
    Malta
    Sardinia, Mallorca, Minorca
    Earliest Troy
    Greece
    Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia
    Scandinavia
    England
    Miscellaneous
  Pottery
Early Bronze Age
  Flint implements
  Pins
  Armlets
  Jewellery
  Gold lunulae
  Miscellaneous weapons and implements
  Axes
  Daggers, halberds etc.
  Miscellaneous
  The great cairn, New Grange, near Drogheda
Bronze Age II
  Miscellaneous English objects
  Daggers
  Celts with narrow flanges
Bronze Age III
  Parade-axes
  Palstaves
  Swords, daggers, knives
  Flanged celts
  Flat celts with wide flanges
  Britain--various weapons and implements
  Armlets
  Pins
  Personal ornaments
  Votive objects on wheels
  Miscellaneous
  Excavation reports
Bronze Age IV
  Swords
  Daggers
  Knives
  Hammers
  Socket-celts
  Axes
  Armlets
  Miscellaneous tools and implements
  Camps
Bronze Age IV-V
  Spears
  Celts, rapier blades, torques etc.
  Swords
  Miscellaneous
Bronze Age V
  Celts
  Late bronze age
  Bronze vessels
  Votive objects on wheels
  Fibulae, from Crete and Cyprus
  Fibulae, Greek geometrical
  Fibulae, mainly from Italy
  Fibulae, Northern
  Goldsmiths' work (mostly from Cyprus and Aegina)
  Pins
  Miscellaneous
Bronze age: dolmens and menhirs
  France
  Scotland, Ireland, Wales
  Scandinavia, Germany, Italy    
Bronze age: miscellaneous
  Cup-markings
  Clothes and stuffs
  Figurines
  Axes
  Sockle axes, chisels
  Sickles
  Combs
  Razors
  Arrow-heads, spear-heads
  Tools and implements
  Diadems and necklets
  Belts and belt ornaments
  Pins, needles, hair and finger-rings
  Plans of dwellings; burials; rock drawings
  Miscellaneous
Iron Age
  Martin Conway notes
  8th century BC and earlier
    Helmets, Italian types, 
    Swords, knives, daggers from Italy and Crete
  8th century BC
    Axes, razors from Italy
    Spears from Italy and Crete
    Bits, harness, chariots, mostly from Italy
    Greek (Cretan) shields
    Shields, breastplates
  7th century BC
    Greaves
    Razors, spears, knives
    Spits, fire-dogs, spindles
    Swords and daggers, Halstatt type
    Helmets
    Decorated bucklers
    Bits, phalerae, chariots, harness etc.
  Fibulae, 9th-7th centuries BC
    Semicircular
    Disc
    Snake
    Bow
    Spectacle
    Elaborate Etruscan
    Miscellaneous
  Fibulae, 6th-5th centuries BC
    Leech- and canoe-shaped
    Snake
    With glass, amber etc. on the bow
    Bow
    Kettle drum
    Certosa
    Proto-La Tène
    La Tène I
    Miscellaneous
  Jewellery and goldsmiths' work 8th-7th centuries BC
    Phoenician platters and crown
    Metal vessels
    Necklaces, pendants, beads
    Miscellaneous gold and silverwork
    Belts and belt plaques
    Ornaments made of repoussé metal plaques
    Amber
    Gems, rings, seals, scarabs
    Miscellaneous implements
  Jewellery and goldsmiths' work 7th century BC
    Bracelets and amulets
    Clasps and hooks
    Earrings
    Pins
    Miscellaneous
  Jewellery and goldsmiths' work 6th century BC
    Coins and gems
    Gold: Scythian, Greek, Persian
    Pendants
    Earrings and hair ornaments
    Belts, belt plaques and belt clasps
    Armlets, bracelets
    Necklaces, beads
    Pins
    Scarabs, rings and seals
    Scandinavian collars and torques
    Miscellaneous goldsmith's work
  Jewellery and goldsmiths' work 5th century BC-La Tène I
    Rings
    Necklaces
    Pendants
    Wreaths and diadems
    Torques
    Fibulae
    Earrings
    Bracelets
    Belts, beltclasps and ornaments
    Miscellaneous gold ornaments
    Miscellaneous objects in gold and silver
  Jewellery and goldsmiths' work 3rd-2nd centuries BC
    Pendants, bullae, necklaces, amulets, bracelets, torques
    Earrings, finger rings
    Goldsmith's work, personal ornament
    Diadems and wreaths
    Miscellaneous decorative art
  Metalwork (almost entirely Italian) 7th century BC
    Bronze urns, thrones, tables of offerings
    Vessels, miscellaneous
    Cauldrons, tripods etc.
    Jugs
    Buckets
    Candelabra
  Metalwork (mostly Mediterranean) 6th century BC
    Bronze figured reliefs
    Bronze figures and animals
    Dishes, platters, shields
    Buckets
    Vases and jugs
    Chariots, harness etc.
    Helmets and weapons
    Spindles, crampons, firedogs and other implements
    Miscellaneous
  Metalwork 5th century BC-La Tène I
    Knives and razors
    Helmets
    Beads, glass
    Pins; miscellaneous weapons and armour
    Swords
    Miscellaneous decorative art
    Notes
  Bronze, gold and silver 5th century BC-La Tène I
    Mirrors
    Bronze vessels
    Gold and silver vessels, plates etc.
    Historiated situlae
    Buckets; situlae (non-historiated)
    Chariots, harness etc.
    Decorative art from Dodona
  Metalwork, 4th-3rd centuries BC
    Weapons and tools
    Helmets, weapons etc.
    Bronze vessels
    Mirrors
    Miscellaneous metalwork
    Miscellaneous small objects
  La Tène II and III
    Sculpture
    Armlets, bracelets
    Bronze collars
    Gold objects
    Fibulae
    Bronze mirrors
    Bowls, tankards, buckets, spoons etc.
    Pins
    Pottery
    Horse-trappings
    Weapons and implements
    Helmets, shields and bosses
    Firedogs
    Coins
    Grave goods from near Bellinzona
    Miscellaneous objects
    Sites
  Pottery: Bronze Age to Roman
  Glass: Hellenistic to Roman
    Miscellaneous
    Beads
    Sacro Catino, Genoa
    Stratified glass
    Mosaic glass
  Crete and Mycenae
    Excavations at Knossos
    Stone and alabaster vases
    Gold and silver cups (Mycenae)
    Gold and silver treasures (Mycenae)
    Arms and bronze objects (Crete and Mycenae)
    Gems and seals
    Miscellaneous small objects
    Ivories
    Sculpture (early Minoan)
    Jewellery (early Minoan)
    Pottery (Neolithic)
    Pottery (early Minoan)
    Pottery (Kamares ware)
    Pottery (middle Minoan)
    Pottery (Minyan)
    Pottery (middle Minoan III & late Minoan I)
    Palace style vases (late Minoan II)
    Pottery (late Minoan III)
    Stone vessels
    Rhytons (late Minoan I & II)
    Faience (late Minoan)
    Minoan script
    Arms, bronzes, tools (late Minoan III)
    Larnakes (late Minoan III)
    Miscellaneous (late Minoan III)
    Architecture: Knossos
    Troy: second city
    Sculpture (middle to late Minoan)
    Painting (middle to late Minoan)
    Architecture and pottery from Phylakopi (Melos)
    Tombs (Crete)
    Tombs (Mycenae)
    Architecture (Crete except Knossos, Mycenae, Tiryns)
  Cyprus
    Pottery
    Sculpture; terracotta
    Domestic equipment
    Vessels
    Seals
    Architecture
  Algeria
  Cycladic islands
  Sardinia
  Malta
    Sculpture
    Tools and weapons
    Architecture
    Miscellaneous
  Iberia
    Miscellaneous
    Votive images
  Phrygia
  Lydia
  Etruria
    Cists, lamps, miscellaneous metal objects
    Ivory
    Sculpture
    Mirrors
  Greece
    Funerary equipment (late Helladic)
    Jewellery (late Helladic)
    Pottery and vessels (late Helladic)
    Fresco
    Maikop treasure
    Funerary equipment
    Domestic equipment
    Metal vessels
    Jewellery
Mohenjo-Daro
Western Asia
  Magic and Science 
    Miscellaneous human figures
    Inscriptions and lettering  
    Maps and scenery 
    Types of people
    Flowers and Plants 
    Trees 
      Sacred tree 
        Globed type 
        Syrian, Mitannian, Hittite etc. 
        Neo-Assyrian 
        Date palm 
        Miscellaneous. 
      Goat and tree 
        Globed type 
        Syrian, Mitannian, Hittite etc. 
        Neo-Assyrian 
        Date palm 
        Miscellaneous 
    Animals 
      With humans and deities 
      Master of animals 
        Deity 
        Winged genius 
        Bull-man/lahmu 
        King 
        Miscellaneous 
      Killing of animals 
        By deities and genii 
        By bull-men/lahmus 
        By humans 
        Miscellaneous 
      Animals engaged in human activities 
      Groups of animals 
        Crossed and fighting 
          With human/deity
          Without human/deity
        Crossed, not fighting 
          With human/deity
          Without human/deity
        Fighting, not crossed 
          With human/deity
          Without human/deity
        Not fighting, not crossed
      Individual 
        Antelopes 
        Bison & Buffalo 
        Boar 
        Cattle 
        Deer 
        Dogs 
        Fish 
        Foxes 
        Goats 
          Single 
          Groups 
        Hedgehogs 
        Horses 
        Ibex- - see Goat 
        Leopards 
        Lions
        Lizards 
        Panthers 
        Rams 
        Scorpions 
        Spiders
        Tortoises 
        Miscellaneous 
      Birds and snakes 
        Doves 
        Eagles 
        Swans 
        Miscellaneous birds 
        Snakes 
    Monsters 
      Bull-men 
      Human-headed bulls-see Western Asia: Genii 
      Cyclops 
      Fish-bodied monsters 
      Griffins 
      Lion dragons 
      Lion-headed humans 
      Monsters with animals as legs 
      Monsters with intertwined necks 
      Monsters with two or more heads 
      Scorpion men 
      Sphinxes 
      Winged bulls 
      Winged goats
      Winged horses 
      Winged lions 
      Winged rams
      Miscellaneous 
  Secular Iconography 
    Cylinder and stamp seals 
      Seals 
      Impressions 
        Jemdet Nasr and Uruk 
        Early Dynastic 
        Akkadian 
        Third dynasty of Ur 
        Isin-Larsa & first Babylonian dynasty 
        Kassite, Mitannian and Syrian 
        Hittite 
        Assyrian 
        Neo-Babylonian 
        Achaemenid 
        Miscellaneous 
    Tombs
      Grave goods
  Portraits 
    Barrekub 
    Gudea (see also Worshippers) 
    Hammurabi 
    Sargon of Akkad 
    Assyrian royalty, miscellaneous 
    Hittite royalty, miscellaneous 
    Elamite royalty, miscellaneous 
    Persian royalty, miscellaneous 
    Male, miscellaneous 
    Female, miscellaneous 
  Social life 
    Processions 
    Musical instruments 
    Music- making 
    Dwarves 
    Archery 
    Wrestling
    Hunting 
    Driving chariots 
    Agriculture 
    Dairy workers
    Building ziggurats 
    Building palaces
    Servants 
    Spinning
    Pig-tailed women 
    Furniture    
    Potters
    Images of spouted vessels
    Images of amphoras
    Pottery 
    Vessels, other than pottery
    Banquets 
    Drinking 
    Boats 
    Lovers
    Miscellaneous 
    Warfare 
      Shalmaneser Gates 
      The Camp 
      Siege 
      Refugees 
      Prisoners 
      Weapons 
      Miscellaneous 
  Religious Iconography 
    Myths 
      Dumuzi 
      Etana 
      Gilgamesh 
      Zu bird 
      Miscellaneous 
    Images of named deities 
      Adad, and other storm gods 
        On a bull 
        On a lion-dragon 
        Miscellaneous 
      Amurru 
      Bau 
      Enki/Ea  
      Enlil/Ellil 
      Horus 
      Iba'um 
      Inanna/Ishtar 
        Armed 
        With raised skirt 
        Winged 
        Holding her breasts 
        In a star burst 
        Miscellaneous 
      Ishtaran
      Lama 
      Maat 
      Marduk 
      Nabu 
      Nanna—see Sin
      Nergal 
      Ninazu 
      Ningal/Nikkal 
      Ningirsu 
      Ningiszida 
      Ninurta
      Nuska
      Shamash, and other sun gods 
        Standing, with saw 
        Seated, with worshippers 
        Fighting 
        Emerging from mountain 
        At the gates of dawn 
        Miscellaneous 
      Sin
      Tishpak
    Images of unnamed deities 
      Groups 
        Assemblies/groups 
        Deities attacked 
        Deities fighting 
        Deities drinking-see Western Asia: Social Life 
        Divine marriage 
      Individual 
        Deity in boat 
        Vegetation deities 
        Snake deities 
        Dragon god 
        Deities with flowing vases 
        The goddess with child 
        Multi-faced deities 
      Miscellaneous
        Mesopotamian 
        Syrian/Mitannian
        Egyptian
        Hittite
        Iranian/Luristanian etc.
    Divine symbols 
      Cycles 
      Naked woman 
      Goat-fish 
      Bull and winged gate 
      Coiled snakes 
      Eagle 
      Walking bird 
      Mušhuššu
      Ankh 
      Ring post 
      Winged disc 
      Solar disc 
      Chaplet 
      Spade and/or wedge
      Plough
      Rosette 
      Miscellaneous maces etc. 
        Globed mace 
        Maces other than globed 
        The figure with mace 
        Crescent sceptre 
        Standards 
    Demons, genii, guardians and lahmus 
      Imdugud 
      Pazuzu 
      Human-headed bull-gods 
      Guardians of doorways 
      Genii 
      Lahmus 
    Humans before gods 
      Worshipper before deity 
      Presentation scenes 
        Before deity 
        Before king 
      Worshippers
        Gudea (see also Portraits)
        Miscellaneous
        Eye symbols
    Ritual
      Pouring libations
      Votive objects
      Purification
      Exorcism
      Miscellaneous
    Priests
      In fish costume
      Miscellaneous
    Shrines
      With humans
      With animals
      Without humans or animals
  Architecture
    Protoliterate
    Early dynastic
    Akkadian
    Neo-Sumerian
    Babylonian
    Assyrian
    Syria and Levant
    Anatolian
    Achaemenid
  Ornament
    Geometric
      Hatchings
      Triangles and diamonds
      Running arches
      Circles and guilloches
      Drill holes
      Crosses
      “Eyes”
      Rhombs
      “Termites”
      Ladder motif
      Miscellaneous
    Floral/Zoomorphic
    Jewellery
  Work in progress
Egypt
  Magic and Science
    Hieroglyphs
    Astronomy/Astrology
    Types of people
    Gardens
    Plants and trees
    Animals with humans
      Master of animals
      Animals engaged in human activities
    Animals
      Cycles
      Antelope
      Ass 
      Baboon
      Cat
      Cattle
      Fish
      Fly
      Frog
      Giraffe
      Goat
      Hippopotamus
      Horse
      Lion 
      Toad
   Birds
      Hawk
      Vulture
      Miscellaneous
    Monsters
      Sphinxes
      Griffins
      With intertwined necks
      Miscellaneous
  Secular Iconography
    Cylinder & stamp seals
    Symbol: ankh
    Funerals and tombs
      Funeral ceremonies
      Mourners
      Tombs
      Funerary equipment
      Mummified corpses
      Funerary figurines
  Portraits
    Rulers
      Protodynastic period
        Narmer
      Old Kingdom
        Khasekhem
        Djoser
        Redjedef
        Khafre (Chephren)
        Menkaure (Mycerinus)
        Userkaf
        Sahure
        Niuserre
        Pepi I (Meryre)
        Pepi II (Neferkare)
        Miscellaneous
      Middle Kingdom
        Mentuhotep II
        Senusert I (Sesostris)
        Senusert II (Sesostris)
        Senusert III (Sesostris)
        Amenemhet III
        Miscellaneous
      Second Intermediate Period
        Hor
        Neferhotep I
        Sobekhotep VIII
      New Kingdom
        Ahmose I
        Amenhotep I
        Hatshepsut
        Thutmose III
        Amenhotep II
        Thutmose IV
        Amenhotep III
        Tiy
        Akhenaten
        Wives of Akhenaten
        Daughters of Akhenaten
        Tutankhamen
        Horemheb
        Seti I
        Ramses II
        Merneptah
        Seti II
        Ramses III
        Ramses VI
        Miscellaneous
      Late periods
        Ptolemy II Philadelphus
        Ptolemy XIII
        Miscellaneous
    Scribes
      Old Kingdom
      Middle Kingdom and intermediate periods
      New Kingdom and later periods
    Priests and priestesses
    Dignitaries
    Servants
      Male
      Female
    Commoners
      Couples
      Families
      Mummy portraits
      Heads and masks
    Miscellaneous
      Male
      Female
  Social Life
    Sed festivals
    Festivals, miscellaneous
    Dance
    Music
    Hunting
    Hairdressing
    Transport
    Agriculture
      General
      Workers
      Irrigation
      Tending to birds
      Tending to cattle
    Famine
    Fishing
    Domestic life
      Mother and child
      Servants
    Domestic objects
      Miscellaneous
      Jewellery
      Still life
    Boats
    Warfare
      Battlefield
      Soldiers
      Prisoners
      Refugees
      Siege
      Weapons
      Pharaoh triumphing over his enemies
    Artists' studios
    Love and sex
  Religious Iconography
    Deities
      Cycles
      Amenhotep son of Hapu
      Amon
      Anubis
      Apis
      Aten
      Bastet
      Bes
      Hathor
      Heket
      Horus
      Horus-Harpocrates
      Imhotep
      Isis
      Khepri
      Khnum
      Maat
      Mentu
      Meskhent
      Mut
      Nefertum
      Neith
      Nephthys
      Nut
      Osiris
      Pe, souls of
      Ptah
      Ra
      Sekhmet
      Seth
      She
      Sobek
      Soped
      Taweret
      Thoth
      Miscellaneous
    Humans before deities
    Worshippers
    The soul
    The afterlife
    Ritual
  Architecture
    Old Kingdom and earlier
    Middle Kingdom
    New Kingdom and later
  Census
  Work in progress: filed chronologically
  Work in progress: unsorted

 


CENSUS OF ANTIQUE WORKS KNOWN TO THE RENAISSANCE

Sketchbooks
  Amsterdam
    Rijksmuseum
      Maerten de Vos
  Basle
    Kupferstichkabinett 
      Frans Floris and workshop
  Berlin
    Kupferstichkabinett 
      Master of 1515, Bambaia sketchbook
      Maerten van Heemskerck
    Kunstbibliothek  
      Destailleur albums
      Mantegna, Codex Destailleur
    Staatsbibliothek
      Ciriaco, Codex Hamiltoniensis
      Dosio, 1563-65 sketchbook
      Duperac
      Codex Pighianus
  Budapest
    Országos Széchényi Könyvtár (Hungarian National Library)
      Codex Zichy
  Calenzano
    Private Collection (formerly)
      Anonymous, Umbrian sketchbook, ca 1500
  Cambridge, Cambs.
    Trinity College Library
      Anonymous, MS R. 17. 3 (includes drawings after Michelangelo’s Last Judgment)
  Cambridge, Mass.
    Harvard University, Houghton Library
      Georges Reverdy, Fontainebleau school, MS Typ. 152H
  Chantilly
    Musée Condé
      So-called Verrocchio sketchbook (Francesco di Simone?)
  Chatsworth
    Devonshire Collection
      Album 35
      Album 36
      Album 40
  Coburg
    Kunstsammlungen der Veste Coburg
      Codex Coburgensis
  Copenhagen
    Statens Museum for Kunst
      Lambert van Haven Codex
  Escorial
    Biblioteca del Real Monasterio de San Lorenzo
      Francisco de Hollanda, Os desenhos das antigualhas...
      R. Ghirlandaio workshop, Codex Escurialensis
  Eton
    Eton College Library
      Topham sketchbook
  Faenza
    Museo Civico
      Felice Giani sketchbook
  Fermo
    Biblioteca Comunale
      Anonimo Dosiano
  Ferrara
    Biblioteca Ariostea
      Pirro Ligorio, Antichità Ferrarese
  Florence
    Biblioteca Marucelliana
      Battista Brunelleschi, Inscriptiones ac monumenta romana
      Alfonso Ciacconio, Farnese sculpture
      Benedetto Varchi, Poems and Inscriptions
      MS A. 79, Inscrizioni antiche romane e napoletane
    Biblioteca Nazionale
      Architectural sketchbook of Buonacorso Ghiberti
      N.A. 618 Dosio sketchbook
      N.A. 1159 Dosio circle
    Uffizi
      Ground plans and architectural drawings from A. Bartoli, Monumenti Antichi
  Fossombrone
    Biblioteca Passionei
      “Parronchi sketchbook”
  Grenoble
    Musée de Peinture et de Sculpture
  Haarlem
    Teylers Museum
      Goltzius sketchbook—see library, CFM 175
  Holkham Hall
    MS. 701
  Kassel
    Staatliche Kunstsammlungen
      Fol. A 45
  Liège
    Cabinet des Estampes
      Lambert Lombard sketchbook
  Lille
    Musée Wicar
      “Michelangelo” sketchbook (now attributed to Raffaelle da Montelupo)
      Ripanda sketchbook
  London
    British Library
      MS. Add. 17686
      MS. Add. 18399
    British Museum
      Aspertini I
      Aspertini II
      Jacopo Bellini
      Cassiano dal Pozzo
      De Cerceau
      Figino
      Girolamo da Carpi
    Duke Roberto Ferretti
      Pirro Ligorio sketchbook
    Phillips Sale, 12/12/90
      Stirling Maxwell Albums
    Soane Museum
      Codex Coner
      Nicoletto da Modena
      Montano I, II, and III
    Sotheby’s Sale, 18/4/96
      Montalto Album
  Milan
    Biblioteca Ambrosiana
      Anonymous sketchbook
      ‘Bramantino Sketchbook’    
  Minneapolis
    University of Minnesota Library
      Du Choul, De re nautica  
  Modena
    Biblioteca Estense
      Dosio
  Montreal
    Canadian Centre for Architecture
      Cronaca
  Munich
    Staatsbibliothek
      MS 716, Hartman Schedel after Ciriaco d’Ancona
  Naples
    Biblioteca Nazionale
      Pirro Ligorio
  New York
    Long Island Historical Society
      Alciati
    Metropolitan Museum of Art
      Scrapbooks I and II
    Pierpont Morgan Library
      Cesare da Sesto
  Oxford
    Ashmolean Museum
      ‘Ripanda sketchbook’
      Larger Talman Album
    Bodleian Library
      Fontius
    Christ Church
      Naldini
  Padua
    Biblioteca Universitaria
      MS 764, North Italian after 1572
  Paris
    Bibliothèque Nationale
      MS Lat. 6128, Ferrarius
      MS Fr. 217, Charles Le Brun
  Parma
    Biblioteca Palatina
      MS 1535, Aspertini
  Philadelphia
    Rosenbach Foundation
      Girolamo da Carpi
  Prague
    Národní Muzeum
      Codex Chlumczansky
  Reggio Emilia
    Biblioteca Municipale A. Panizzi
      Codici Ferrarini
  Rome
    Biblioteca Angelica
      MS 1564, Ciacconius
    Biblioteca Vallicelliana
      MS R. 26, Opuscula varia
    Biblioteca Vaticana
      Vat. Barb. lat. 1952
      Vat. lat. 3439, Codex Ursinianus
      Vat. lat. 5238, Gigli sketchbook
      Vat. lat. 5243
      Vat. lat. 7721, Colonna sketchbook
    Palazzo Venezia
      Ripanda, Trajan’s Column sketchbook
  Rugby
    Rugby School
      Sketchbook
  Saint Petersburg
    Hermitage
      Destailleur sketchbooks
  Siena
    Biblioteca communale
      Biringucci sketchbook
      Giuliano da Sangallo sketchbook
      Francesco di Giorgio Martini
      Salusto Peruzzi 
      S. IV. 1
      L. IV. 10
  Stockholm
    Kungliga biblioteket
      MS S. 68, J.J. Boissard
    Nationalmuseum
      Anonymous 16th-century drawings after Codex Coburgensis
  Stuttgart
    Staatsgalerie
      Anonymous Fabriczy
  Turin
    Archivio di Stato
      Pingone sketchbook
      Pirro Ligorio
    Biblioteca Reale
      Du Choul manuscript
      Girolamo da Carpi
  Vienna
    Albertina
      Master C 0f 1519
      Master E
    Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
      Jacopo Strada (notes)
  Windsor
    Royal Library
      ‘Busts and statues at Whitehall’
      Cassiano dal Pozzo
      Dosio
  Wolfegg
    Fürstliche Sammlungen
      Codex Wolfegg
  Wolfenbüttel
    Herzog-August-Bibliothek
      Pirro Ligorio
  Miscellaneous articles and notes
    Ciriaco d’Ancona material
    Melchior Lorch’s lost sketchbook
    Naldini’s disbanded sketchbook
    Sodoma’s Roman emperors
    Miniatures in the Cabinet des Estampes, Louvre, Paris
Miscellaneous sketchbook sheets
Bound volumes
  Chicago
    University Library
      Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae
  Naples
    Biblioteca Nazionale
      Pirro Ligorio
  Oxford
    Bodleian Library
      Pirro Ligorio
  Turin
    Archivio di Stato
      Pirro Ligorio
  Verona
    Biblioteca Capitolaria
      MS 270, Fra Giovanni Giocondo

ANTIQUITIES


Sketchbooks later than the Census
  Francesco Bartoli, drawings of ancient paintings, Holkham Hall
  Jan de Bisschop after Perrier, London, V&A
  Carpio album, London, Society of Antiquaries
  Cassiano dal Pozzo
  Architectural sketchbook, anon. Flemish, Kaufman collection, London
  Lebrun, Paris, BN
  John Talman sketchbook, Oxford, Ashmolean
J. Toynbee, Art in Roman Britain
Reconstructions of ancient architecture
  Census
Copies and imitations of the antique
  Mediaeval
  Renaissance
  Metalwork
  Fountain of St. Wolfgang
  Plaquettes by Moderno
Copies after ancient paintings (see also Bartoli)
Copies after ancient architecture
Ideal reconstructions of ancient buildings
  Drawings, Buscot Park
  Lafrery, Speculum
Coins & gems in manuscripts
Jewels etc. in Mediaeval setting
Renaissance copies after antique monuments in sculpture
Renaissance copies after antique monuments in Paintings & Drawings
  Census
    Single sketchbook leaf, showing mainly Sassi Sculpture, ‘Master of the Rubinstein leaf’
  Miscellaneous 
Renaissance copies after antique monuments in Engravings
Classical monuments on columns
Routes taken by Civilization
Saxl material
Antiquities, Architectural
  Ancient sites
  Amphitheatres
    Census
  Aqueducts
  Arches without sculptural reliefs
    Census
  Bases
    Census
  Basilicas
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Capitals
    Census
  Catacombs
    S. Callisto
    S. Domitilla
    SS. Pietro e Marcellino
    S. Priscilla
    Viale Manzoni
    Miscellaneous
  Columns and pilasters
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Cornices and facades
    Census
  Gates
    Census
  Inscriptions
  Mausoleums and baptisteries
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Obelisks
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Orders of architecture
  Palaces
    Census
  Ruins
  Temples
    Census
    Miscellaneous
Mosaics
  Census
  Miscellaneous
    Constantinople, great palace
    Palestrina, Palazzo Baronale
    Ostia
    Miscellaneous
Opus sectile
  Census
Fresco; stucco reliefs; marble incrustation
  Census
  Miscellaneous
    Baiae
    Pompeii
    Museo Nazionale, Rome
    Rome, Farnesina
    Rome, Villa Giulia
    Rome, Basilica Sotterranea
    Rome, SS. Giovanni e Paolo
    Rome, Sepolcro dei Pancrazi
    Rome, via Latina, Tomba degli Anicii
    Rome, Sepolcro dei Valerii
    Rome, Casa di Livia
    Rome, Hadrian's Villa
    Dura Europos
    Miscellaneous
Antique reliefs in mediaeval & renaissance buildings
  Census
Architectural sculpture
  Etruscan
  Athens
    Parthenon
      Miscellaneous
      Pediments
    Aegina pediment figures
    Acropolis: temple of Athena Nike
    Theseion
  Epidauros, Asclepicion
  Delphi, Treasury of Siphnos
  Duplicates
  Miscellaneous
Arches
  Census
Columns
  Census
Historical reliefs
  Census
  Miscellaneous
Sculpture
  Male sculptures
    Census
    General
      Kouroi
      Standing, nude
      Standing, draped
      Not standing
    Specific types
      Kriophoros
      Doryphoros
      Orator
      Bronze from Marathon
      Boy-victor, pugilist
      Spinario
      Youth from Subiaco
      Torso Belvedere
      Boy from Helenenburg
    Nude and draped
      Drawings and engravings
  Female sculptures
    Draped
      Specific types
        Girl from Antium
        Woman from Herculaneum
        Aspasia
        Penelope
        Messalina
        Pudicitia
        Peplos
        Himation
        Miscellaneous
      Census
    General
      Korai
      Roman matrons
      Partly draped
      Standing nudes
      Seated
      Mourning
      Reclining
      Egyptianising
  Children
    Census
    Boy with goose
    Boy with urn
    Boy with walnuts
    Pissing boy
    Boys, miscellaneous
    Girls, miscellaneous
  Groups
    Census
    Pergamon
    Miscellaneous
  Romano-British
  Heads and Busts
    Women
    Men
    Children
    Oriental
    Men and women
  Feet and hands
  Terracotta
    Census
      Male figurines
      Female figurines
        Standing
        Sitting
        Kneeling or reclining
        With children
      Children
      Groups
      Heads and busts
  Bronze figurines
  Ivories
Barbarians
  Census
  Miscellaneous
  Gauls
Caryatids
  Census
  Miscellaneous
Cuirass
  Census
Prisoners and slaves
  Census
  Miscellaneous
Female figure carrying helmet
Man riding/holding a horse
  Census
Trophies and trophy pilasters
  Census
  Miscellaneous
Ornament
  Census
  Miscellaneous
Thrones
  Census
  Miscellaneous
Domestic and ornamental objects
  Candelabra
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Chests
  Lamps
  Mortars
  Protomes
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Chairs and beds
  Tables
  Table fountains
  Miscellaneous tableware
  Tripods
  Miscellaneous
  Vases
    Marble
      Census
      Miscellaneous
      Engravings and drawings
        Agostino Veneziano
        Cherubino Alberti
        René Boyvin
        Fontainebleau school
        Monogrammist L.U.
        Mantegna sketchbook
        Pontormo (? or Zucchi) drawings, Louvre
        Egidius Sadeler after Cherubino Alberti
        Enea Vico
    Pottery
      Painted with animals and humans
      Camirus
      Cyprus
      Etruscan
      Pre-geometric and geometric
      Attic white lekythoi
      Undecorated or with ornamental decoration
      Modelled
      Terra sigillata
      Glazed
Coins and Gems
  Census
  Coins
    Greek and Hellenistic
      Mainland Greece
      Athens
      Macedonia and Thrace
      Crete
      Asia Minor
      Followers of Alexander
      Cyrene
      Islands
    Roman
    Non-Greek, non-Roman
      Bactria and Persia
      Carthage, Carthago Nova
      Celtic and Gaulish
      Miscellaneous
  Gems
    Miscellaneous
    Engravings by Enea Vico

 

RITUAL


Altars
  Census
Sacrifice
  Census
Cycles
Initiation
Tree-Worship
Priests and Priestesses
  Miscellaneous
  Processions
Ritual Garments
Altars and Implements
Libation etc.
  Libation before Sacrifice
  Lustration
  Libation
  The Snake on the Altar
Votive reliefs
Camillus
Sacrifices
  Cycles
  Miscellaneous
  Animals led to Sacrifice
  Stabbing the Throat
  Sacrifice and Flying Birds
  Sacrifice of Ram
  Sacrifice of Animals, Miscellaneous
  Sacrifice of Pig/Sow
  Pecking Cock and Cock-Fighting
  Sacrifice of Bull
    Bull led to Sacrifice
    Bull, Head pulled down
    Bull before a Temple
    Miscellaneous
  Sacrifice of Fruit and Flowers
  Bacchic
  With Satyr
  Under a Herm
  With Dance
  Human
  Biblical
  Christian
  Pagan, in Christian setting
  Miscellaneous
  Neo-Pythagorean
  Miscellaneous
  Founding a Colony

 

GODS AND MYTHS


Non-classical
  Mother and child, pre-Christian—see Virgin and Child, miscellaneous
  Celtic
  Nordic and German
    Cisa
    Abgötter der alten Sachsen (1570)
    Nordic and German gods and heroes
Classical
  Unidentified mythological representations
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Creation, and division of the universe by Jupiter, Pluto and Neptune
  Mystery cults
    Villa Item, Pompeii
    Miscellaneous
  Beginnings of idolatry
  Falling idols
  Early Greek idols
  Cycles
    Antique
      Concesti amphora, St Petersburg
      Gjölbaschi-Trysa reliefs, Vienna
      Parthenon frieze, London
      Groups of classical gods
    Post-Antique
      Miscellaneous
      Anon., Palazzo del Corgna, Castiglione del Lago
      Anon., Loseley Park (from Nonsuch Palace?)
      Bonasone, Amorosi diletti degli dei
      Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale, cod. 9242
      Cesio, after Carracci, Farnese ceiling
      Correggio, Camera di S. Paolo
      Della Bella, Jeu des Fables
      Fogolino, frieze from Ca'Impenta, Vicenza
      Ghisi after Primaticcio
      Luca Giordano, Palazzo Riccardi, Florence
      Giulio Romano, Palazzo del Tè
      Goltzius, after Polidoro Caldera
      Cornelis van Haarlem, Four Falls
      Johann Herold, Heydenwelt (1554)
      Peruzzi, Farnesina and Castello di Belcaro
      Piccolomini library
      Rosso, Fontainebleau
      Schiavone or Tintoretto, Modena
      Tapestries
      Jacob de Wit, Amsterdam
      Jacopo Zucchi, Palazzo Ruspoli
  Assembly of the gods
    Census
    Jupiter holding counsel to destroy the world
    Miscellaneous
  Feast of the gods
    Miscellaneous
    Giovanni Bellini
  Acis
  Acidalia
  Achelous
  Adonis
    Census
      Sarcophagus, cathedral sacristy, Bieda
      Sarcophagus, Palazzo Ducale, Mantua
      Sarcophagus, Louvre, Paris
      Sarcophagus, Palazzo Rospigliosi, Rome
      Sarcophagus, Palazzo Rospigliosi, Rome    
    Cycles
      Swanevelt
      Miscellaneous
    Tammuz-Adonis
    Single Figure
    Birth
      From a tree
      From a tree-like woman
    Venus and Adonis
      Before the chase
      Adonis leaving
      Discovered by Mars
      Miscellaneous incidents
      Death of Adonis
        Venus not present
        Venus discovering the dead Adonis
        Venus mourning over the body of Adonis
        Venus mourning at the tomb of Adonis
  Adrastus—see Historia Thebana
  Aegeus
  Aeneas
    Deification
  Aeolus
  Aesacus
  Aesculapius
    Census
      Statue, Palazzo Reale, Caseria
      Statue, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
      Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Statue, Museo Torlonia, Rome
      Statue, Vatican Gardens, Rome
      Headless statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Headless statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Bust, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Funerary relief, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Headless statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Aesculapius with Hygieia, relief, Louvre, Paris
      Aesculapius with Hygieia, statues, Museo Archeologico, Turin
      Statue, Borghese collection, untraced
      Miscellaneous and unidentified
    Flemish 16th-century chest
    Heads and busts
    Single figure, full length
    With Hygieia
    With Telesphorus
    Apollo entrusts Chiron with infant Aesculapius
    How Aesculapius came to Rome as a serpent
    Miscellaneous
    Votive reliefs
  Aganippe
  Aion
    Census
      Statue, location unknown
    Miscellaneous
  Alcestis
    Census
      Sarcophagus, formerly Villa Faustina, Cannes
      Sarcophagus, Palazzo Rinuccini, Florence
      Sarcophagus, S. Maria delle Vigne, Genoa
    Miscellaneous
  Alcmene
  Alcon
  Alcyone (and Ceyx)
  Alektryon
  Alope
    Census
      Alope and Theseus, sarcophagus, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome
  Amalthea
  Amazons
    Census
      Amazonomachies
        Sarcophagus, Antikensammlung, Berlin
        Relief, from the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, British Museum, London
        Sarcophagus, Palazzo Ducale, Mantua
        Sarcophagus, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Palazzo de’ Conservatori, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Palazzo Lancelotti, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Palazzo Rospigliosi, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Belvedere (no. 49), Vatican, Rome 
        Sarcophagus, Belvedere (no. 69), Vatican, Rome 
        Sarcophagus, Vatican/Palazzo Salviati/British Museum, Rome and London
        Sarcophagus, San Simeon, California, USA
        Sarcophagus, private collection, Venice
        Sarcophagus relief, lost
        Sarcophagus, broken
      Single figure etc.
        Amazon on a fallen horse, statue, Palazzo Patrizi, Rome
        Statue, Wilton House
        Amazon on a fallen horse, sarcophagus fragment (?), location unknown
        Amazon with a fallen companion, terracotta plaque, lost
        Statue, fragment, lost
    Amazonomachies
      Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, BM, London
      Temple of Apollo, Phigalia, BM, London
      Louvre, Paris
      Museo Archeologico, Florence
      Medieval illuminations
      Miscellaneous
    Heads, busts and half-lengths
    Single figure
      On horseback
      Not on horseback
    Miscellaneous 
  Ambracia
  Amor [Cupid]
    Census
      Sleeping
        Statue, Uffizi, Florence (Mansuelli 108)
        Statue, Uffizi, Florence (not in Mansuelli)
        Funerary altar, Syon Lodge, Isleworth (?)
        Relief, formerly Montecassino, lost
        Statue, formerly Cesi and Ludovisi collections, Rome, now lost
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Stringing a bow
        Statue, Museo Capitolino, Rome
        Torso, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 80
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 121
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 170
        Torso, lost—Rubens drawing
      With down-turned torch—see GODS & MYTHS Genius of death  
      Miscellaneous
        With dolphin, statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        With knee raised, statue, Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek, Copenhagen (type)
        Walking, original unidentified
        With cloak of Mars, statue, Museo Archeologico, Florence
    Cycles
      Odoardo Fialetti, Scherzi d'Amore
      Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale, cod. 11140
    Classical art
    Various attitudes
      Sleeping
      Resting
      In reverie
      Running
      Flying
      As musician
    Various attributes
      Blindfold
      Claw-footed
      With globe
      With scales
      With trident
      With shield
      Carrying/lighting a torch
      With down-turned torch—see GODS & MYTHS Genius of death
      With trophies
      Miscellaneous
    With birds, fish, animals
      On an eagle
      Playing/fighting with a goat
      With unicorn
      On horseback
      With fish/dolphin
      With lion
      With snail
      Miscellaneous
    With bow and arrows
      Sharpening arrows
      Carving or stringing a bow
      Drawing a bow
      Shooting arrows at a couple
      Shooting an arrow (miscellaneous)
      With arrows, without bow
      Breaking bow, or breaking arrows
      Not shooting, miscellaneous
    Allegories
       The power of Amor
       Triumph of Amor/Amor on his car/chariot
       Amor as the child Hercules
       Amor vincit omnia
       Amor's power contested
         Punishment of Amor
         Crucifixion of Amor
         Amor and Castitas or Temperantia
         Amor and Time
         Amor in the rain/in winter
      Amor, sacred and profane (Eros and Anteros)
        Cycle
          Gillis van Schoor 1636
        So-called Sacred and profane love, Titian
        Amor, Jocus and Venus
        Miscellaneous
      Navis Amoris
      Miscellaneous allegories
    Amor and other deities
      With Apollo
      With Bacchus
      With Mars
      With nymphs and Graces
      With Pan
      With Vulcan
      With other deities
      Disarming of Amor
      Education of Amor
    Amor: miscellaneous iconographies
      Foliate Amor
      Without attributes--no distinctive iconography
      In portraits and genre scenes
      Sacrifice to/worship of Amor
      Inscriptions
      Adaptations
    Amor and Psyche
      Census
        Relief, ‘letto di Policleto’, once owned by Ghiberti, now lost
        Funerary relief, Palazzo Trinci, Foligno
        Sarcophagus, S. Agnese, Rome
        Relief, Casa di Rienzo, Rome
        Statue (fragment), Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Gem, formerly in the Palazzo Grimani, Venice
        Sarcophagus, Psyche burning the weapons of Amor, National Museum, Warsaw 
      General
        In classical art
        Embracing
        Triumph
        Scenes which do not appear in Apuleius' narrative
      Cycles
        Florentine cassone, Simon collection, Berlin
        Venetian cassone, Schmid collection, Munich
        Coypel tapestries, Louvre
        Boucher designs and Beauvais tapestries
        Giulio Romano, Palazzo del Tè
        Engravings after Giulio Romano
        Gobelins tapestries, designs attributed to Giulio Romano
        Daniel van den Dyck, Villa Venier, Brenta
        Master of the die, after Coxie
        Miscellaneous, after Coxie
        Gerard Lanscroon, Harrowden
        Perino del Vaga, Castel Sant' Angelo, Rome
        Raphael, Farnesina, Rome
        Taddeo Zuccaro, Castel Orsini, Bracciano
        Miscellaneous
      Story of Amor and Psyche: individual scenes
        Psyche, worshipped as a goddess, incurs the anger of Venus
        Psyche’s father consults the oracle
        Psyche taken into the wilderness and carried off by Zephyrus
        Psyche asleep in the garden; she wakes to discover Amor’s palace
        Toilet of Psyche/Psyche served in the palace
        Amor and Psyche as lovers (Psyche asleep)
        Psyche in Amor's palace, visited by sisters/tormented by Furies
        Psyche discovers Amor; Amor leaves her
        Psyche saved from drowning
        Psyche consoled by Pan
        Psyche appealing to Venus/sent to underworld by Venus
        Psyche in the underworld
        Psyche woken by Amor
        Psyche carried to Olympus by Mercury
        Apotheosis of Psyche
        Reconciliation of Psyche and Venus
        Betrothal and wedding feast of Amor and Psyche
        Miscellaneous episodes
  Amoretti
    Census
      In a chariot race at the circus
        Relief, Antikensammlung, Berlin, and British Museum, London  
      With animals
        With two cocks and a pillar, gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Boar hunt, sarcophagus, Villa Medici, Rome
        Sheep, relief, Villa Medici, Rome
        On dolphins, gem, Hermitage, St Petersburg
      With divine attributes
        Cycle
          Ravenna ‘thrones’, Milan and Florence
        With attributes of Ceres
          ‘Throne’, Palazzo Arcivescovile, Ravenna
        With attributes of Mars
          Base, Uffizi, Florence
          Base, Louvre, Paris
          Base, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 104
          Base, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 114
        With attributes of Neptune
          Relief, San Vitale, Ravenna
        With attributes of Saturn
          Relief, Louvre, Paris
        With attributes of Saturn
          Relief, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      With Bacchic cult objects
        Sarcophagus, S. Antonio, Padua
        Sarcophagus, Louvre, Paris
        Sarcophagus, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Sarcophagus, Villa Albani, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Palazzo Mattei, Rome
      Bacchanals
        Octagonal cinerary urn, Museo Capitolino, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Villa Medici, Rome
        Relief, Villa Medici, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Museo Chiaromonti, Vatican, Rome
      Harvesting vintage
        Mosaics, S. Costanza, Rome
        Sarcophagus, S. Lorenzo fuori le mure, Rome
        Sarcophagus, S. Maria in Aracoeli, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Vatican, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Cathedral, Salerno
      With clipeus or portrait bust
        Grave relief, Three Pigeons Inn, Richmond, London
        Relief, with boys offering libations, Louvre, Paris
        Sarcophagus, with Tellus, Oceanus, Apollo, Minerva, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Sarcophagus, with Tellus, Oceanus, Ganymede, Amor, Psyche, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Sarcophagus, with Amor, Psyche, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Sarcophagus, with Tellus, Oceanus, S. Paolo a Ripa del Arno, Pisa
        Sarcophagus, with Tellus, Oceanus, Amor, Psyche, S. Agnese, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Palazzo Altieri, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Museo Nazionale, Rome
        Sarcophagus, with Minerva, Apollo, River Gods, Vatican, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Cathedral, Salerno
        Sarcophagus, Museo Doicesano, Volterra
      With tablet
        Sarcophagus, Pieve di S. Giorgio, Argenta, Ferrara
        Sarcophagus, Museo Civico, Asolo
        Sarcophagus, formerly Hever Castle, lost
        Sarcophagus, Museo Civico, Pavia
        Sarcophagus, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Sarcophagus, S. Giovanni in Laterano, Rome 
        Sarcophagus, S. Francesco, Ravenna
        Sarcophagus, SS. Giovanni e Paolo, Venice
        Sarcophagus, S. Maria Assunta, Torcello, Venice
      With garlands
        Sarcophagus, formerly Palazzo Gherardesca, Florence—see Philoctetes
        Sarcophagus, Pieve di S. Giuliano a Settimo, Florence
        Sarcophagus, Duomo, Ivrea
        Sarcophagus, formerly Pawlowsk, Russia: lost?
        Sarcophagus, Campo Santo, Pisa, Dütschke 70
        Sarcophagus, Campo Santo, Pisa, Dütschke 134
        Sarcophagus, Campo Santo, Pisa, Dütschke 149
        Sarcophagus, formerly Galli collection, Rome
        Sarcophagus, formerly Villa Madama, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Villa Medici, Rome
        Sarcophagus, unidentified
      Miscellaneous
        In sailing boats, sarcophagus, S. Pietro in Valle, Ferentillo
        Holding vessels with fruit, relief, Baths of Diocletian, Rome (lost?)
        With acanthus scrolls, relief, Trajan’s Forum, Rome—see ORNAMENT
        Funerary altar, Museo Lapidario, Verona
        Punishing Pan, sarcophagus, unidentified
        With Victories, sarcophagus, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome, see VICTORIES
        Early Christian sarcophagus, SS. Apostoli, Rome
        Mosaics, S. Costanza, Rome, see AMORETTI HARVESTING VINTAGE
    Cycles
    Amoretti with animals
      Cycle
      As charioteers
      As hunters
      Fishing/angling
      Riding/with goat
      Riding/with dolphin, sea-monster etc.
      Riding/with various animals and fabulous creatures
    Amoretti harvesting vintage, and/or playing with Bacchic cult objects
    Bacchanal of Amoretti
    Amoretti playing
      With satyr's mask
      Various games
    Amoretti dancing
    Amoretti fighting
    Amoretti: various activities and contexts
      As musicians
      Forging arrows
      Kissing
      Mourning
      Measuring
      Enacting the Meleager myth
      Sacrificing
      Being sold
      Contest with nymphs of Diana
      Practising the liberal arts/enacting the triumph of the arts
      Triumph of purity
    Amoretti holding objects
      With garlands and vignettes
      With flowers, fruit, plants
      With trophies/weapons
      Holding stemma, portrait or inscription
      Holding/with various objects
    Amoretti: various attitudes
      On clouds/flying about
      Miscellaneous
  Amphiaraus
  Amphion
  Amphitrite
    Without Neptune  
    With Neptune, without sea-gods
    With Neptune, with sea-gods
    Miscellaneous
  Amymone
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Andromache
  Angerona
    Census
      Bronze statuettes, late 15th-century Italian
    Miscellaneous
  Annona
    Census
      Contorniate, British Museum, London
    Miscellaneous
  Antaeus
  Antiope
  Apis
  Apollo
    Census
      Statue, Belvedere, Vatican, Rome
        Drawings after
        Prints after
        Statue after
        Adaptations
      Heads and busts
        Gem, Hermitage, St Petersburg
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 27  
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 97
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 134
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 178
      Torsi or headless
        Torso, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
        Torso, Sauroctonos, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Headless, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 89 
        Headless, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 225
      Citharoedus: playing cithara or lyre
        Statue, Villa Poggio-Imperiale, Florence
        Gem, British Museum, London
        Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Statue, Charlottenhof, Potsdam
        Statue, Palazzo Altemps, Rome
        Statue, formerly Savelli collection, Rome
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      With other deities, satyrs, etc.
        Apollo and Marsyas, gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Apollo and Diana, relief, Villa Medici, Rome
        Apollo and Mercury, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Miscellaneous
        Statue, Uffizi, Florence
        Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Triangular altar base dedicated to Apollo, Museo Nazionale, Rome
        Statuette, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 51
        Apollo Lykeios, Museo Archeologico,Venice, 101
    Apollo Belvedere: copies and adaptations after 1600
    Classical art
      Heads only
      Single figure, standing
      Praxitelean types
      Omphalos-Apollo
      Single figure, seated
    Apollo Citharoedus
      Classical art
      Post-classical art
    Various types
      Apollo Helios
      Apollo Medicus
      Apollo and the swans
      With various attributes
    Cults
      Delphic oracle
      Delos
      Temple of Apollo, general
      Miscellaneous cults
    Miscellaneous
      Apollo as protector of the arts
      Apollo in various allegorical contexts
      Single figure, post-classical art
      Adaptations
    Apollo and other deities
      With Amor/Amoretti
      With Diana
      With the Graces
      With Hercules
      With Mercury
      With the Muses
      With Thetis
      With Venus
      With various deities
    Cycles
    Apollo: various myths
      Guarding the herds of Admetus
      With Coronis
      With Hyacinth
      With Leucothoe
      With the serpent Python
      Miscellaneous
    Apollo and Daphne 
      Cycles
      Daphne alone
      Apollo finding Daphne asleep
      Apollo trying to persuade Daphne
      Daphne fleeing Apollo
        Before transformation of Daphne
        During transformation of Daphne
          With Peneus
          Without Peneus
            Bernini, Galleria Borghese
            Miscellaneous
      End of the chase: Apollo embracing transformed Daphne
      The rivers consoling Peneus
    Apollo and Marsyas
      Census—see Marsyas
      Cycles
        G. Sanuto
        Sienese, 16th century
        Miscellaneous
      Knife grinder from the Apollo and Marsyas group
      Miscellaneous
      Adaptations
      Contest          
        With Midas
        Without Midas
      Flaying of Marsyas
        Marsyas with human feet  
        Marsyas with goat feet
  Arethusa
    Census
      Syracusan decadrachmon, National Gallery of Art, Washington
    Heads, busts, single figure
    Chased by Alpheus
    Telling Ceres her story
  Ariadne
    Census
      Statue, Museo Archeologico, Florence
      Statue, Belvedere, Vatican, Rome
    Single figure, not asleep
    Abandoned on Naxos    
    Alone, asleep
      Vatican type
      Not Vatican type
    Triumph of Ariadne (without Bacchus)
    Adaptations
  Arion
  Aristeus
  Astraea
  Atalanta (of Arcadia)--see Meleager
  Atalanta (of Boeotia)
    Single figure
    Atalanta wrestling with Peleus
    Atalanta out-running her suitors
    Hippomenes receives the apples from Venus
    The race of Atalanta and Hippomenes
    Hippomenes triumphant, with Atalanta
    Atalanta and Hippomenes at the temple of Cybele
  Ate
  Athamas
  Athena
    Census
      Full-length, standing
        Torso, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
        Statue, Palazzo Pitti, Florence
        Etruscan bronze, Museo Archeologico, Florence
        Statue, Liebighaus, Frankfurt-am-Main
        Farnese, statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Statue, Louvre, Paris
        Colossal statue, Museo Capitolino, Rome
        Keystone from arch, Palazzo de’ Conservatori, Rome
        Este, statue, Museo Chiaramonti, Vatican, Rome, 63
        Este, statue, Museo Chiaramonti, Vatican, Rome, 403
        Giustiniani, statue, Vatican, Rome
        Headless statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Altoviti, statue, Boscoli drawing in Uffizi, location unknown
        Cesi, statue, Carpi drawing and print, location unknown
        Giustiniani, statue, drawings and print, location unknown
        Headless, 16th-century Roman drawing, location unknown
        16th-century bronze statuette, original unidentified
        Drawing from circle of Puligo, original unidentified
      Heads and Busts
        Bust, intaglio, Charlottenburg, Potsdam, Berlin
        Head, gem, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Bust, figured capital, Pisa
        Head, statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 4
        Bust, statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 112 
        Bust, statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 227
        Head, statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 264-B
        Head, statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 268 
      Various contexts
        Athena and Neptune disputing over Athens, gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Altar, Museo Capitolino, Rome
        As patroness of the arts, relief, Forum of Nerva, Rome
        Driving a chariot/biga, gem, Kress collection, National Gallery of Art, Washington
    Standing figure
      Classical art: Promachos type
      Classical art: general
      Post-classical art
      Palladium
      Winged Athena
    Seated figure
    Heads, busts, half-lengths
    In chariot
    Various positions
    Allegorical functions
      Athena carrying the statue of Victory
      Athena crowning
      Minerva pacifica
      Pallas pudica
      Athena as wisdom/patroness of learning
      Athena as patroness of the arts
      Athena as virtue/with virtues/overcoming vice
      Athena: miscellaneous allegorical functions
    Athena and other deities or heroes
      With Cybele
      With Hercules
      With Hygieia
      With Mars
      With Marsyas
      With Mercury
      With Neptune (contest for patronage of Athens)
      With miscellaneous deities
    Athena: myths
      Cycles
      Birth of Athena
      Athena and Arachne
      Athena invents clothing
      Athena visits Envy
      Miscellaneous
    Sacrifice to/by Athena
    Adaptations
  Atlas
    Census
      Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
    Atlas carrying the world
    Atlas and Hercules
    Atlas and Perseus
    Atlas: manuscripts and texts
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Atreus
    Census
      Atreus Farnese, statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
    Miscellaneous
  Attis
    Census
      Bust, Museo Nazionale, Rome
    Miscellaneous
  Aurora
    Aurora and Cephalus
    Aurora and Tithonus
    Miscellaneous
  Bacchus
    Census
      Bacchic sarcophagi
        Bacchanal with sacrifice, Allard Pierson Museum, Amsterdam
        Bacchic figures in niches, Pergamon Museum, Berlin
        Bacchic procession, Staatliche Museen, Berlin
        Finding of Ariadne, Blenheim Palace
        Infancy of Bacchus, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston
        Bacchic combat, Duomo, Cortona
        Bacchic figures in niches, S. Pietro, Ferentillo
        Indian triumph, Uffizi, Florence
        Triumphal procession, S. Agostino, Genoa
        Triumphal procession, Abbazia, Grottaferrata
        Combat with Indians, Abbazia, Grottaferrata
        Hever Castle—see Amsterdam
        Bacchic procession; punishment of Pan, British Museum, London, 2298
          Photos of the original
          Drawings, prints, statues etc. after entire sarcophagus
          Drawings, prints, statues etc. after front
          Drawings, prints, statues etc. after left end
          Drawings, prints, statues etc. after right end
          Adaptations of the front
          Adaptations of the left end
          Adaptations of the right end
          Duplicates and comparative material
          Literature
        Bacchus riding on a panther, County Museum, Los Angeles
        Triumph of Bacchus, Palazzo Arcivescovile, Lucca
        Bacchus and Silenus in chariots, Duomo, Naples
        Bacchic revels, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Bacchus and Ariadne; Bacchic sacrifice, Arbury Hall, Nuneaton
        Indian triumph, Louvre, Paris
        Bacchanal, Louvre, Paris
        Bacchus and Ariadne with centaurs, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Strigillated, with Aldobrando bust portrait, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Birth of Bacchus; finding of Ariadne, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Bacchic procession, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Infancy of Bacchus, University Museum, Princeton
        Bacchic combat, Museo Capitolino, Rome
        Bacchus and Ariadne with satyrs making wine, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome
        Indian triumph, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome
        Garlands held by fauns, with 14th-century tomb, S. Maria in Aracoeli, Rome
        Hercules and Bacchic figures, Palazzo Mattei, Rome 
        Infancy of Bacchus, Palazzo Mattei, Rome       
        Bacchic procession, Villa Medici, Rome, A. 28
        Bacchic procession, Villa Medici, Rome, A. 30
        Bacchic procession, Villa Medici, Rome, A. 31
        Finding of Ariadne, Villa Medici, Rome, A. 32
        Bacchic sacrifice; finding of Ariadne, Villa Medici, Rome, A. 58
        Indian triumph, Villa Medici, Rome, A. 59
        Bacchic procession, Villa Medici, Rome, A. 68
        Indian triumph, Museo Nazionale, Rome
        Infancy of Bacchus, Museo Nazionale delle Terme, Rome
        Finding of Ariadne, Palazzo Rospigliosi, Rome
        Indian triumph, Palazzo Rospigliosi, Rome
        Bacchic procession, Villa Savoia, Rome
        Bacchanal, Belvedere, Vatican, Rome
        Finding of Ariadne, Galleria dei Candelabri, Vatican, Rome
        Bacchus and Ariadne pressing grapes, Museo Chiaramonti, Vatican, Rome
        Bacchic procession, Museo Chiaramonti, Vatican, Rome
        Bacchus riding on a panther, atrium, Cathedral, Salerno
        Triumph of Bacchus, Cathedral, Salerno
        With centaurs holding clipeus, Cathedral, Salerno
        Bacchus and Ariadne, with satyrs making wine, Cathedral, Salerno
        Fragment, Bacchus and maenad, Villa Votalarca, Treia
        Bacchus and Ariadne, procession, Woburn Abbey, M. 61
        Indian triumph, Woburn Abbey, M. 144
        Lykurgos, Pan, Ariadne; lost, formerly Villa Aldobrandini, Rome 
        Dancing maenad and satyr; lost, formerly Villa Borghese, Rome
        Bacchic procession; lost fragment of Berlin 851?
        Bacchic symposium, unidentified lid
        Finding of Ariadne?; unidentified
      Bacchic reliefs
        Bacchic figures, cinerary urn, Musée Calvet, Avignon
        Education of Bacchus (?), Antikesammlung, Berlin
        Bacchanal, round altar, Merseyside County Museum, Liverpool
        Dionysus and Icarius, British Museum, London
        Bacchus supported by a satyr, Prado, Madrid
        Bacchanal, Neo-Attic puteal, Prado, Madrid
        Bacchic scenes, Palazzo Ducale, Mantua
        Dionysus and Icarius, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Procession, Krater, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Dancers, Puteal, Louvre, Paris
        Bacchanal, Borghese Vase, Louvre, Paris
        Bacchic figures, altar, Louvre, Paris
        Revellers, Krater, Campo Santo, Pisa
        Bacchic figures, base, Newby Hall, Ripon
        Bacchus and Silenus, Villa Albani, Rome
        Bacchic scenes, Villa Borghese, Rome
        Dancers, Palazzo dei Conservatori, Rome
        Bacchic figures, S. Maria in Monterone, Rome
        Sacrifice, Villa Medici, Rome
        Colossal mask, Museo Nazionale, Rome
        Finding of Ariadne etc., vessel, Museo Torlonia, Rome
        Bacchic revellers, Belvedere, Vatican, Rome
        Bacchic scenes, poss. not Census, Sala dei Busti, Vatican, Rome
        Bacchic figures, funerary altar, Hermitage, St Petersburg
        Bacchic scene, Cathedral, Salerno
        Bacchic figures, base, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 22
        Bacchic figures, base, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 26
        Bacchic figures, base, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 26a
        Bacchus and Ariadne, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 110
        Bacchic symposium, Ara Grimani, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 263
        Silver cup, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
        Bacchic figures, vase, lost, Dosio album, Staatliche Museen, Berlin, 31r-32r
        Infancy of Bacchus, terracotta, lost, Codex Pighianus, no. 384
        Erotic scene (?), lost, Codex Coburgensis, fol. 138
        Harvesting vintage, lost, Codex Pighianus, fol. 302v
        Finding of Ariadne, lost, Codex Coburgensis, fol. 174
      Bacchic gems
        Rustic symposium, Beverley collection
        Finding of Ariadne, Museo Archeologico, Florence, 14455
        Finding of Ariadne, Museo Archeologico, Florence, 14458
        Triumph, Museo Nazionale, Naples, 25833
        Infant Bacchus with nymphs, Museo Nazionale, Naples, 25840
        Finding of Ariadne, Museo Nazionale, Naples, 25852
        Infant Bacchus with satyr, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Satyr flanked by Maenad and seated nymph, lost?, formerly Grimani collection
    Cycles
    Census
      Bacchus: heads, busts and torsi
        Torso restored as Bacchus, Villa Borghese, Rome
        Head, Palazzo Orsini, Rome
        Torso, Colección Alba, Seville        
        Bust, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 11
        Bust, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 38
        Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice,127-B
        Bust, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 248
      Bacchus: full-length
        Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek, Copenhagen
        Restored, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
        Palazzo Medici-Riccardi, Venice
        Bacchus supported by a satyr, Uffizi, Florence
        With grapes, Museo Nazionale, Naples, 263
        Bacchus and Amor, Museo Nazionale, Naples, 6307
        Louvre, Paris: currently at Versailles
        With panther, Museo Nazionale, Rome
        Leaning on satyr, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 119 [not Census]
        Statuette, Museo Nazionale, Venice, 214
        Statuette, Museo Nazionale, Venice, 215
      Lost and destroyed statues
        Seated Bacchus, destroyed by fire, formerly Uffizi, Florence
        Bacchus playing with a panther (?), lost
        Bacchus Altoviti, not traced
        Bacchus Belvedere, lost?
        Torso, at Cerchel in 1898, not traced
    Single figure
      As infant
      As boy or adolescent
      Nude, beardless, standing
        Holding cup, bowl or jug
          Michelangelo and Sansovino
          Miscellaneous
        Holding thyrsos
        Without cup, bowl, jug or thyrsos
      Clothed, beardless, standing
      Bearded
      Horned
      Seated, kneeling or reclining          
    Birth and infancy
      First birth, from Semele
      Second birth, from Jupiter’s thigh
      Entrusted to the nymphs of Mt Nysa by Mercury
      With nymphs/satyrs (without Mercury)
      Miscellaneous
    Myths
      Bacchus and Erigone
      Bacchus and Vulcan—see Vulcan
      Bacchus and Midas
      Bacchus and the pirates
      Death and resurrection of Bacchus
    Triumph of Bacchus
      With elephants (Indian triumph)
      Without elephants, with panthers/tigers/lions
      Without elephants, without panthers/tigers/lions
    Bacchus and Ariadne
      Bacchus finding Ariadne
        Ariadne awake
        Ariadne asleep  
      Wedding feast of Bacchus and Ariadne
      Triumph of Bacchus and Ariadne
      Crown of Ariadne turned to stars
      Miscellaneous 
    Types
      Riding in a chariot
      Holding up grapes
      On a barrel
      Drunk
      Bacchus Citharoedus
      Winged
      Bacchus-Helios
    With/riding on animals etc.
      Bull
      Goat
      Horse
      Monster
      Panther
      Miscellaneous 
    Bacchus with other figures
      Amoretti
      Ampelus
      Ceres
      Genius
      Horae
      Nymphs
      Peasants
      Satyr/faun
      Silenus
      Venus
      Miscellaneous
   Sacrifice to Bacchus
   Miscellaneous
   Adaptations    
   Bacchic games
   Bacchic dance
   Bacchanal
      Specific types
        Classical art
        The Andrians
        Bacchanal of children—see Amoretti
        Bacchic symposium or feast
      Bacchanal with Bacchus and/or Silenus
      Bacchanal in which neither Bacchus nor Silenus is prominent
    Bacchic adaptations
    Bacchantes (cf. Maenads)
      Census (see also Bacchic sarcophagi, reliefs and gems)
        Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 95
        Head of Bacchante or Ariadne, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 181 (now Ca d’Oro)
      Heads and busts
      Single figure
      Two or more
      Turned into trees
      Adaptations
  Baucis—see Philemon and Baucis
  Bellerophon
    Census
      Sarcophagus, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome
    Cycles
    With Pegasus and Chimaera
    With Pegasus, without Chimaera
    With Chimaera, without Pegasus
    Miscellaneous
  Bellona
  Bonus Eventus
  Boreas
  Branchus
  Brinto
  Busiris
  Byblis
  Cadmus
    Cycles
    Consulting the oracle, he follows a heifer
    A dragon devours the followers of Cadmus
    Cadmus kills the dragon
    He sows the dragon’s teeth
    He brings the alphabet to Greece
    With Harmonia
  Caenis (Caeneus)
  Callirrhoë
  Callisto
    Cycles
    Single figure and miscellaneous (not Diana and Callisto)
    Jupiter (in the guise of Diana) and Callisto
  Camerina
  Canopus
  Capaneus
  Caryatid
  Castor and Pollux--see Dioscuri
  Cecrops (cf. Erichthonius)
  Celeus
  Centaurs
    Census
      Centauromachy, sarcophagus, Sala delle Muse, Vatican, Rome
      Centaur carrying a basket, gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Centaurs, relief, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Centauromachy, sarcophagus, lost, formerly Museo Peruzzi, Florence
      Centauromachy, lost formerly Della Valle collection, Rome
      Centauromachy, Duomo, Cortona—see Bacchic sarcophagi
    Single figure
      Specific works
        Pair of Centaurs by Aristeas and Papias, Capitoline, Rome
        12th century ivory box, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
        Botticelli, Camilla and the Centaur
      With bow
      Without bow
    Battles of Centaurs and Lapiths
      Specific works
        Bassae, Temple of Apollo
        Olympia
        Parthenon
        Michelangelo
        Piero di Cosimo
      With rape of Hippodamia
      Without rape of Hippodamia
    Centaur battles
      Miscellanous, between centaurs and lapiths/humans
      Centaurs fighting other centaurs
    Various actions
      Abducting women
      Attacked by animals/monsters
      Hunting
      Playing musical instruments
    Various iconographies
      Chiron
      Caineus and the centaurs
      Centaurs with Amor
      Winged centaurs
      Centaur family
      Centauresses
      In decoration
      In herbals
      Miscellaneous
      Adaptations
  Cephalus and Procris
    Cycles
    Miscellaneous scenes
    Death of Procris
  Cerastae
  Cerberus (cf. Pluto)
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Cercopians
  Ceres
    Census
      Full-length statue, Antikensammlung, Berlin
      Full-length statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Figured capital, Pisa
      Colossal bust, Museo Nazionale, Rome
      Full-length statue, Palazzo del Quirinale, Rome
      Full-length statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Full-length statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Full-length statue, not traced, formerly Cesi collection
      Ceres and Triptolemus (?), gem, lost
    Classical art
    Single figure
      With torch
      With cornucopia, without torch
      Without cornucopia, without torch
      In her dragon chariot
    Worship of Ceres
    Triumph of Ceres
    Stories
      Ceres mocked
      Teaching agriculture
      Learning from the nymph Cyane of the rape of Proserpina
      With Demophon
    With other figures
      Proserpina
      Amor/Amoretti
      Attendant nymphs
      Pan or satyrs
      Other deities
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Cernunnos--see Celtic Gods and Myths
  Chaos
  Charon
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Chione
  Chryseis
  Chryses
  Cinyras (daughters of)
  Circe (see also Odyssey)
  Clytie
  Comus
  Core--see Proserpina
  Coronis of Larissa
  Coronis of Phocis
  Corybantes
    Census
      Gem, formerly Grimani coll.
    Miscellaneous
  Cyane
  Cybele
    Heads and busts
    Single figure 
      Without lions
        Census 
          Casino of Pius IV, Vatican, Rome
        Miscellaneous
      With lions
    In lion-chariot
    With Attis
      Census
        Altar, Villa Albani, Rome
        Funerary inscription, Villa Albani, Rome
        Votive relief, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Miscellaneous
    With other deities/personifications
    In narrative contexts
    Ritual and cult
    Adaptations and miscellaneous  
  Cycnus, son of Apollo
  Cycnus, son of Sthenelus
  Cydippe
  Cygnus, son of Neptune
  Cyparissus
  Daedalus
    Daedalus and Icarus
      Census
        Antique gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Sarcophagus, lost, Codex Pighianus fol. 31v
      Before the fall of Icarus
      The fall of Icarus
      After the fall of Icarus
    Miscellaneous
  Danaë
    Single figure, with or without shower of gold
    With shower of gold
      With Jupiter in human form
      With Amor/Amoretti, without nurse
      With nurse
    With her infant son
    Adaptations
  Danaides
  Daphnis
    Census
      Marble statue, Uffizi, Florence
    Miscellaneous
Demogorgon  
Demeter—see Ceres
  Deukalion and Pyrrha
  Diana
    Census
      Statue, Villa Poggio-Imperiale, Florence
      Altar, Louvre, Paris
      Torso, ‘Zingara’, Louvre, Paris
      Headless torso, statue, Villa Borghese, Rome
      As huntress, statue, Museo Nazionale, Rome
      Discovering Endymion (?), statue, Vatican, Rome
      Diana Lucifera, statue, Vatican, Rome
      Headless draped statue, Museo Chiaramonti, Vatican, Rome
      Torso, Museo di Antichità, Turin
      Archaistic statuette, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      With dog, unidentified statue, De Vos sketchbook, Amsterdam 
      Huntress with dog, present whereabouts unknown, Sotheby’s, London, 11 Dec 1983
      Running, unidentified, miscellaneous
      Statue, unidentified, formerly  ‘in Capitolio’, Franzini, Icones
      Huntress with dog, unidentified, formerly ‘in musaeo Garimberti’, Cavalieri
      Huntress, unidentified, formerly  in S. Croce collection, Franzini, Icones
      Huntress with dog, unidentified, formerly  in S. Croce collection, Franzini, Icones
      Statue base, with animals, lost, Girolamo da Carpi drawing
      Diana of Ephesus
        Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Statue, lost, in the dei Rossi collection ca. 1515-1517
        Unidentified and work-in-progress 
    Cycle
    Single figure
      Diana of Ephesus
      Heads and busts
      Fragments and torsoes
      As Luna
      Holding a torch (Lucifera)
      Holding a spear (not huntress)
      Miscellaneous
    Hunting
      Single figure
      With her nymphs
      After the chase
        Asleep
        Awake 
    With gods, goddesses etc.
      Amor/Amoretti
      Apollo  
      Goddesses
      Gods
      Nymphs and fauns
      Pan--see Pan and Luna
    Various contexts
      Asleep, surprised by satyrs
      In a shooting competition
      In a chariot
      On a stag or centaur
      With young virgins
    Diana and Actaeon
      Cycles
      Specific image: Titian, Edinburgh
      Actaeon entirely human
      Actaeon with human head, sprouting antlers
      Actaeon with stag’s head, but human arms
      Actaeon with stag’s head and forepaws
      Actaeon as human-headed stag
      Actaeon as stag
    Diana and Callisto
      Specific image: Titian, Edinburgh
      Miscellaneous (cf. Callisto)
      Adaptations
    Various myths
    Adoration and sacrifice
    Votive reliefs
    Portraits historiés
    Adaptations
    Miscellaneous    
  Dido--see Aeneid
  Diomedes
    Census
      Diomedes with the Palladium, confronting Ulysses
        Gem, Arundel collection, Marlborough 
      Diomedes with the Palladium, not confronting Ulysses
        Gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Statue, Glyptothek, Munich
    Diomedes confronting Ulysses
    Miscellaneous
  Dioscuri
    Census
      Dioscuri of Monte Cavallo
        Photos of the group ssculpture on the Quirinal, Rome
        Drawings and engravings before 1530
        Drawings and engravings after 1530
        Bronzes, medals etc.
      Dioscuri: not Monte Cavallo type
        With horses
          Relief, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
          Seasons sarcophagus, Genoa
          Sculptural group, Campidoglio, Rome
          Sarcophagus of Publius Vibius Marianus, via Cassia, Rome
        Without horses
          Pediment statues from temple at Naples, destroyed ca 1632
          Single statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
    With horses
      Monte Cavallo type
      Not Monte Cavallo type
      Heads and busts
      On foot, without horses
      As infants (cf. Leda)
      Stories (cf. Leucippides)
      As patrons of navigation
  Dirce
    Census
      Group sculpture, Farnese bull, Museo Nazionale, Naples
    Miscellaneous
  Dryope
  Echo
  Eirene
    Census
      Statue, Roman copy of Kephisodotos’ Eirene, Villa Margherita, Rome
    Miscellaneous
  Eleusinian deities
  Elysian fields
  Encelades
  Endymion
    Census
    Single figure and miscellaneous
    Diana and Endymion
    Diana at the tomb of Endymion
  Eos--see Aurora
  Epimetheus
  Epona
  Erichthonius (cf. Cecrops)
  Erigone (see also Bacchus)
  Erysichthon
  Europa
    General, and specific works
    Classical art
    Without the bull
    Bull in the vicinity
    Garlanding the bull
    Kissing or stroking the bull
    Reclining on the bull
    Sitting on the bull
    Standing by or kneeling on the bull
    Adaptations
  Eurydice--see Orpheus
  Fates--see Moirai
  Faun--see Hercules and Omphale, Pan, Satyr
  Fortuna--see SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY
  Flora
    Census
      Flora Farnese I, Museo Nazionale, Naples, inv. 6409
      Flora Farnese II, Museo Nazionale, Naples, inv. 5978
      Flora (as restored), Louvre, Paris
   Single figure
      Flora Farnese I, copies after 1600
      Not copies after Flora Farnese I    
    With Zephyrus
    With other figures
    Adaptations
  Furies
  Galatea (see also Acis, Polyphemus)
  Ganymede
    Census
      Statue, Uffizi, Florence
      Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Relief on funerary cippus of L. Statius Asclepiades, Villa Albani, Rome
      Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Sarcophagus relief, lost, formerly  ‘in domo Corneliorum’
    Without Jupiter/eagle
    With eagle, not being carried away
    Rape, with eagle taking off
    Rape, with eagle airborne
    With Jupiter in human form
    Adaptations 
  Garga
  Genius
    Census
      Genius of Death
        Relief from funerary altar, Villa Albani, Rome
        Funerary relief, city walls, Verona
        Funerary relief, Museo Lapidario, Verona
        Relief from a strigilled sarcophagus, Museo Diocesano, Volterra
      Miscellaneous
        Drawings, Girolamo da Carpi
        Drawing, Teylers Museum, Haarlem
        Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples, inv. no. 5975 
        Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples, inv. no. 6053
    Without wings
    With wings
    Allegories
    Genius of death
  Geryon
  Giants
    Census
      Statue, Dying giant, Uffizi, Florence
      Statue, Head of a giant, Museo Archeologico, Venice
    Gigantomachia
      Specific works
        Pergamon Altar
        Palazzo del Tè
      Giants with serpent legs
      Giants with human legs
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Giuoco (see also Amor, Jocus and Venus)
  Glaucus, marine god
    Glaucus and Scylla
    Miscellaneous
  Glaucus, son of Minos
  Gorgo (see also Graeae)
    Census
      Gem, British Museum, London
      Tazza Farnese, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Drawings, Cyriacus of Ancona material
    Gorgoneion
      Beardless
        Tongue not protruding between fangs
          Winged
          Not winged
        Tongue protruding between fangs
      Bearded
        Tongue protruding between fangs
        Tongue not protruding between fangs
      Triskelion type
    Whole figure
    Myth of Gorgo/Medusa (see also Perseus)
    Adaptations
  Graces
    Census
      Relief, Staatliche Museen, Berlin
      Group sculpture, Siena, Piccolomini library
      Relief group, Hecateion, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Relief, lost: del Bufalo fountain
      Relief, lost: with flanking jars
      Miscellaneous
    Unaccompanied
      In pose similar to Siena group sculpture
      Not in pose similar to Siena group sculpture
      With flanking jars
      Dancing
      Standing round a column/as caryatids
    Accompanied
      By Amor/Amoretti
      By Mercury
      By other figures
    Adaptations
  Graeae
  Hades
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Halcyon--see MAGIC AND SCIENCE: Kingfisher
  Harpies
  Harpocrates (see also Angerona, Horus, Isis)
    Census
      Statuette, Louvre, Paris
      Statuette, Musée Jacquemart-André, Paris
      Figured capital, Pisa—see ANTIQUITIES figured capitals
    Miscellaneous
  Hebe (Juventus)
  Hecate
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Helen (of Sparta)
  Heliades (see also Phaeton)
  Helicon (see also Muses, Parnassus, Pegasus)
  Helle (see also Phrixus)
  Hercules
    Census
      Single figure
        Heads and busts
          Gem, Florence, Museo Archeologico
          Gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
          Colossal statue, Museo Nazionale, Rome
          Venice, Ca d’Oro (photo missing)
          Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Reclining or sitting
          Reclining, statue, Rome, Museo Chiaramonti
          Sitting, Roman medals
          Sitting, Rome, Palazzo Altemps
          Sitting, work in progress
        Standing, holding club
          Statue, Florence, Pitti
          Relief, Arch of the Argentarii, Romw
          Statue, Palazzo Altemps, Museo Nazionale, Rome
          Gilt bronze statue, Palazzo dei Conservatori, Rome
          Statue (headless), lost, formerly Julius III collection , Rome?
          Statue, lost, Girolamo da Carpi drawing
        Standing, leaning on club
          Statue, Palazzo Reale, Caserta
          Statue, Augusteum, Dresden
          Statue, Palazzo Pitti, Florence
          Statue, Uffizi, Florence
          Statue, ‘Hercules Farnese’, Museo Nazionale, Naples
          Statue, Villa Borghese, Rome
          Statue, untraced
        Standing, miscellaneous
          Hercules Musagetes, cameo, formerly Rogier collection, Paris
       With other figures
          Hercules and Amor, gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples 25863
          Hercules and two amoretti, gem, formerly Marlborough collection
          Hercules and Echidna, sarcophagus fragment, Villa Albani, Rome
          Hercules and Telephus, statue, Vatican, Rome
          Hercules with other deities, sarcophagus, Palazzo Maffei, Rome
        The Choice of Hercules
          Stucco relief visible in XV + XVI centuries on grave near Thermae of Caracalla
        Infant Hercules 
          Standing
          Statue, Museo Capitolino, Rome
        Strangling serpents   
          Statue, Uffizi, Florence
          Statue, Museo di Antichità, Turin
      The drunken Hercules 
        Statue, Museo di Antichità, Parma
        Supported by a satyr, statue, Wilton House
        Bronze (type), pissing, ‘Hercules mingens’
      Labours of Hercules
        Cycles
          Sarcophagus, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
          Terracotta reliefs, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
          Sarcophagus, Villa Borghese, Rome
          Altar relief, Capitoline Museum, Rome
          Sarcophagus, Palazzo Corsini, Rome
          Altar, Lateran Museum, Rome
          Sarcophagus, Palazzo Torlonia, Rome
          Sarcophagus, Belvedere, Vatican, Rome
          Sarcophagus, lost
        Individual 
          Nemean lion
            Greek coins
            Sarcophagus, S. Maria sopra Minerva, Rome
            Relief, Villa Medici, Rome
            Statue, location unknown
          Lernaean hydra
            Statue, lost
          Arcadian stag
            Relief, San Marco, Venice
          Apples of the Hesperides
            Relief, Villa Albani, Rome
            Statue, British Museum, London
          Cerberus
            Gem, Staatliche Museen, Berlin
      Exploits of Hercules
        Hercules and Antaeus
          Statue, Pitti palace, Florence
      Loves
        Hercules and Omphale, gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Hercules and Omphale, funerary relief, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Worship of Hercules
        Altars 
          Museo Capitolino, Rome
          Museo Gregorio Profano, Rome
          Museo Laterano Profano, Rome—see Labours of Hercules
          Lost, Lares altar
        Herms of Hercules
          Museo Archeologico, Naples
          Lost, formerly Astalli and Benzoni collections, Rome
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Heads
      Busts
      Reclining
      Crouching
      Sitting
      Running/gesticulating violently
      Riding on horseback
      Standing
        Hercules Farnese, copies after 1600
        With lion skin on head
        Hand on hip
        Club under armpit
        Resting club on shoulder
        Holding apples of Hesperides
        Holding bow (and arrows)
        Hercules Musagetes
        Brandishing a weapon
        Miscellaneous
    With other figures
      With Amor
      With Eurystheus
      With Jupiter
      With Mercury
      With the Muses
      With nymphs
      Hercules Psychopompos (with Alcestis, Persephone, Theseus, Prometheus)
      With satyr
      With Telephus
      With Theseus
      With Victory
      Miscellaneous 
    With Virtue and/or Vice
    The Choice of Hercules
      Virtue, Hercules and Vice only
      Virtue, Hercules and Vice with other figures
      Hercules asleep
      Adaptations
      Text
    Hercules Gallicus
    Hercules Germanicus
    Allegories and Adaptations
    Birth and Infancy
      Cycles
      Birth
      Infant Hercules strangling serpents
        Single figure
        With other figures
      Infant Hercules wearing lion's skin
      Miscellaneous
    The drunken Hercules
    The madness of Hercules
    The Labours of Hercules
      Sarcophagi and reliefs
      Cycles
      Individual
        Nemean lion
          Strangling it
          Rending its jaws
          Miscellaneous
        Lernean hydra
          Hercules killing it with a club only
          Hercules killing it with a club and/or a torch
          Miscellaneous 
        Arcadian stag
        Erymanthean boar
        Augian stables
        Stymphalian birds
        Cretan bull
        Mares of Diomedes
        Girdle of Hippolyte
        Oxen of Geryon
        Apples of the Hesperides
        Cerberus
    Exploits
      Hercules and Antaeus
        Front to front
          Antaeus’ leg or legs kicking back
          Antaeus’ leg or legs around Hercules
        Antaeus side on to Hercules
          Antaeus grasping Hercules’ arm
          Antaeus’ arms free
        Miscellaneous
      Hercules and Achelous
      Hercules and Atlas
      Hercules and Belgion
      Hercules and Busiris
      Hercules and Cacus
      Hercules and the Centaurs (marriage of Pirithous and Hippodamia)
      Hercules and the Cercopes
      Hercules and the Giants
      Hercules delivering Hesione
      Hercules fighting Laomedon
      Hercules and the pygmies
      Hercules with Zetes and Calais, the Boreades
      Discovering Purple
      Attempting to carry off the tripod
      Founding the Olympic Games
      The columns of Gades
      Creating Lake Vico near Caprarola
    Loves of Hercules
      Miscellaneous 
      The daughters of Thespius
      Hercules and Omphale
        Omphale only
        Hercules only
        Omphale and Hercules only
        With Amor/Amoretti
        Hercules kicking Faunus/Pan out of Omphale’s bed
        With other figures
      Hercules and Iole
      Hercules and Dejanira
        Poussin drawings
        Abduction of Dejanira by Hercules
        Dejanira carried off by Nessus: Hercules not present
        Dejanira carried off by Nessus: Hercules in pursuit
        Hercules fighting Nessus: Dejanira not present
        Hercules rescuing Dejanira
        Dying Nessus gives the poisoned garment to Dejanira
    Death and apotheosis of Hercules
      Hercules and Lichas
      Death of Hercules
      Apotheosis
      Marriage with Hebe
    Worship and attributes 
      Worship of Hercules
      Hercules Altar
      Hercules Alexikakos
      Herms of Hercules
      Arms of Hercules
      Pillars of Hercules
  Herms
    Census
      ‘Dea Themis’, Nationalgalerie, Prague
      Herm (?), lost, drawing in Teylersmuseum, Haarlem
    Antique, non-Census
    Renaissance and later
  Hermaphrodite
    Census
      Gem, Museo Archeologico, Naples
      Lost statue, Villa Borghese, Rome
      Statue, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome
      Lost statue, Palazzo Savelli, Rome
      Fragment of a sculpted group, Museo Archeologico, Venice
    Single figure
    With Salmacis
  Hermathena (see also Mercury and Athena)
  Hero and Leander
  Hesperides
  Hippocamp
  Hippocrene
  Hippodamia
  Hippolytus (and Phaedra)
    Census
      Ivory, Brescia, Museo Archeologico
      Sarcophagus, Cathedral, Capua
      Sarcophagus, Uffizi, Florence
      Gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Sarcophagus, Campo Santo, Pisa
    Birth
    Hunting
    Hippolytus and Phaedra
    Theseus chasing Hippolytus
    Death of Hippolytus
    Hippolytus raised to life by Aesculapius
  Hippomenes--see Atalanta
  Homogyrus
  Horae—see Hours
  Horus
  Hyacinth (see also Apollo)
  Hygieia
    Census
      Statue, Florence, Palazzo Pitti
      Statue, Uffizi, Florence
      Statue, Metropolitan Museum, New York
      Bust, Museo Nazionale, Rome
      State, Belvedere, Vatican, Rome
      Hygieia and Aesculapius, Turin—see Aesculapius
      Statue, seated, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Statuette, Museo Archeologico, Venice
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Hylas (and the nymphs)
  Hymen
  Hypnos
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Iapyx
  Icarius
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Icarus (see also Daedalus)
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Ichthyophagi
  Idomeneus
  Indigetes--see Deification of Aeneas
  Ino (see also Leucothea)
  Io
    Cycles
    Studying
    With Jupiter, not yet transformed
    With Jupiter, transformed into a cow
    Mercury, Argus and Io—see MERCURY
    As a cow, with her father Inachus
    Io in Egypt
  Iole--see Hercules
  Iphigenia (see also Chryses)
    Census
      Sacrifice of Iphigenia, puteal or altar, Uffizi, Florence 
      Sacrifice of Iphigenia, Medici vase, Uffizi, Florence
      Iphigenia in Tauris, sarcophagus, Villa Albani, Rome
      Iphigenia in Tauris, sarcophagus, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Iphigenia in Tauris, two sarcophagi, Schlossmuseum, Weimar
    Sacrifice of Iphigenia, with Diana
    Sacrifice of Iphigenia, without Diana
    Iphigenia in Tauris
    Miscellaneous
  Iphis of Crete
  Iphis of Cyprus (and Anaxarete)
  Iris
  Isis
    Census
      Torso, Museo Capitolino, Rome
      Drawing after a statue, possibly Rome, Palazzo Medici
      Colossal head, Museo Chiaramonti, Vatican, Rome
      Bust, Piazza Venezia, Rome
      Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Drawing after an unidentified statue, Girolamo da Carpi
      Drawing after an unidentified statue
      Drawings after an unidentified statue, Jacopo Strada
    With sistrum (goddess or priestess)
    Without sistrum (goddess or priestess)
    Worship of Isis
    Isis grafting etc.
  Ixion
  Janus
    Miscellaneous
    Quadrigati
  Jason--see Argonauts
  Juno
    Census
      Statue, Giardino di Boboli, Florence—see ANTIQUITIES
      Statue, Uffizi, Florence—see ANTIQUITIES
      Statue, Juno Farnese, Museo Archeologico, Naples
      Statue, Juno Cesi, Museo Capitolino, Rome—see PROSERPINA
      Colossal head, Juno Ludovisi, Museo Nazionale delle Terme, Rome
      Statue, Juno Este, Cavalieri I-II, pl. 47
      Altar, Lost? Or Palazzo Torlonia?
    Heads
    Enthroned/seated with peacock
    Enthroned/seated without peacock
    Standing
    On a chariot
    Juno pronuba
    Worship of Juno
    Myths (see also Jupiter, Semele)
      Cycle
      Juno nursing Hercules: the origin of the Milky Way
      Juno punished for persecuting Hercules
      Juno and Argus: story of the peacock's tail—see Mercury and Argus
      Juno in the underworld: story of Athamas
      Various myths/with other figures
  Jupiter
    Census
      Single figure
        Heads and busts
          Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice
          Bust, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
          Bust, Capital, via Dini, Pisa
        Standing figures
          Colossal torso, Louvre, Paris
          Statue, Lost? Louvre, Paris? Borghese Gardens, Rome?
          Statue, Museo Capitolino, Rome
          Lost? Ex-Verospi collection, Rome
          Statue, Lost? Cavalieri III-IV, 23
          Statuette, Museo Archeologico, Venice
          Etruscan, bronze, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
        Enthroned
          Statue, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
          Throne, Mantua, Palazzo Ducale
          Enthroned,  bottom half of a statue, Naples
        Merged identities
          Jupiter Ammon, herm, Museo Capitolino, Rome
          Jupiter Ammon, head, Museo Archeologico, Venice
          Jupiter Dolichenus, votive relief, Berlin
          Jupiter Dolichenus, enthroned, votive relief, lost
          Jupiter Dolichenus, votive altar, lost
          Jupiter Serapis, bust, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
          Jupiter Serapis, capital, Pisa
        Various aspects
          Jupiter in quadriga, gem, Museo Archeologico, Naples
        Infancy
          Amaltheia relief, Rome, Vatican        
        With other deities
          Altar or sarcophagus end, Hever Castle, Kent
          Relief, Louvre, Paris
        Worship
          Sacrifice, relief, lost
    Single figure
      Heads and busts
      Jupiter standing, without eagle or thunderbolt
      Jupiter enthroned
      As storm god
        Jupiter Tonans
        Jupiter Pluvius
      Jupiter with eagle
      The eagle of Jupiter 
      Merged identities
        Jupiter Ammon
        Jupiter Heliopolitanus/Dolichenus/Hadad
        Jupiter Melichios
        Zeus Sabazios
        Jupiter Serapis
      Various aspects
        Oracle of Dodona
        Jupiter Stator
        Jupiter in Quadriga
        Herms
        Images from Cartari
        Miscellaneous
    Birth and infancy
      Birth
      Curetes banging shields
      Story of the cornucopia
      Sucking at the paps of the goat Amaltheia
      Drinking milk, but not sucking at the paps of the goat
      Not drinking milk
     Loves
      Cycles
      Miscellaneous and unidentified (see also Aegina, Alcmene, Antiope, Asteria, Callisto,   Danaë, Europa, Ganymede, Io, Leda, Maia, Mnemosyne, Semele, Theophane)
    With other deities
      Amor
      Giants—see Gigantomachia
      Juno
      Mercury/painting butterfly wings
      Saturn/Kronos
      Venus
      Vulcan
      Miscellaneous
    Worship of Jupiter
      Altars
      Sacrifice
      Temple
      Votive images
      Miscellaneous
    Adaptations 
  Kairos
    Census
      Relief, Louvre, Paris
      Relief, Torcello
    Miscellaneous
  Kronos
    Types
      Classical tradition (‘hooded’/velatus)
      With wings
      Without wings, with scythe or sickle
      In his chariot/riding a dragon
      With crutches or staff
      With spade or mattock
      With sword or axe
      With banner
      Playing dice
      As a river god
      Phoenician (four eyes)
      “Melancholic manifestations”
      Miscellaneous
    Myths 
      With Rhea
      Devouring his children
      Devouring the stone 
      Castrated
      With Philyra
      Other myths
  Labyrinth
  Laocoon
    Census
      Vatican group
        Photographs
        Paintings and illuminations
        Prints
        Drawings
        Statue after the original
      The Vatican Virgil and its adaptations
    Copies and depictions of the Vatican marble after 1600
      Miscellaneous
      Head only
    Adaptations of the Vatican marble
      Miscellaneous    
      For caricatures
    Images implausibly related to the Vatican marble in the past
    Independent of the Vatican marble
      Classical
      Medieval
      Renaissance and later
  Laomedon--see Historia Troiana, building of Troy
  Lares
  Largia
  Latona
    Single figure
    Giving birth to Apollo and Diana
    With her children
    Turning the Lycian peasants into frogs
    Miscellaneous
  Leda
    Census
      Statue, Uffizi, Florence
      Leda and Ganymede sarcophagus, lost, formerly Montecavallo
      Statue, lost, formerly Villa Borghese, Rome
      Relief, Palacio di Pilato, Seville
      Statue, Museo Archeologico, Venice
    Leda and the swan
      Swan approaching
      Leda standing
      Leda sitting
      Leda reclining
      With her children
      Miscellaneous
      Adaptations
      Literature
  Lemnian women--see Polyxo
  Leucippides
    Census
      Sarcophagus, Uffizi, Florence
      Sarcophagus, Rome, Vatican
    Miscellaneous
  Leucothea (see also Ino)
  Leucothoë
  Ligdus and Telethusa
  Linus
  Lucina
  Luna--see Diana Luna, Selene
  Lycaon
  Lycurgus
  Lyncus
  Lynope
  Macaria
  Maenads (cf. Bacchantes)
    Census
      Left end of Amoretti sarcophagus, Asolo, Museo Civico
      Relief, Uffizi, Florence
      Gems, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Circular relief, Museo Civico, Padua
      Statue, Museo Archeologico
      Base, Louvre, Paris
      Relief, Louvre, Paris
      Statue, Museo Capitolino, Rome
      Head, Museo Nazionale, Rome
      Base, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Lost relief, Cain no. 158
      Unidentified statue, from the Savelli collection
    Miscellaneous
  Mareotis
  Mars
    Census
      Single figure
        Bronze statuette, British Museum, London
        Statue, Louvre, Paris
        Armed (Pyrrhus), Museo Capitolino, Rome
        Colossal Head, Museo Nazionale delle Terme, Rome
        Type of Ares Ludovisi, Museo Nazionale delle Terme, Rome
      With Rhea Silvia
        Mars, Rhea Silvia and Endymion sarcophagus, Palazzo Barberini, Rome
        Sarcophagus, Palazzo Mattei, Rome
        Relief, Museo Nazionale, Rome
      With Venus
        Sarcophagus, Cathedral, Amalfi
        Sarcophagus, Abbey, Grottaferrata 
        Antefix, Metropolitan Museum, New York, and Louvre, Paris
    Attributes
    Heads and busts
    Seated
    Mars Gradivus
    In a chariot
    Seated
    Mars and Venus
      Cycles
      Standing group
      Seated/ seated and standing
      Bath of Mars and Venus
      With Amor
        In landscape/clouds
        In bedroom
      In Vulcan's forge
      Caught in bed by Vulcan
      Mars leaving Venus
      Miscellaneous
    With other deities and figures
      Mars and Rhea Silvia
      Mars and Bellona
      Mars and Athena
      Mars and Amor/Mars chastising Amor
      Mars and Jupiter
      Mars and Victory (see also Victory and other figures)
      Miscellaneous
  Marsyas
    Census
      Statue, ‘white type’, Uffizi, Florence
      Statue, ‘red type’, Uffizi, Florence
      Knife-grinder, Uffizi, Florence
      Sarcophagus, formerly Hever Castle
      Sarcophagus, Palazzo Barberini, Rome
      Sarcophagus, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome
      Apollo and Marsyas, ceiling paintings from a Roman columbarium, lost
      Marsyas piping, bronze statuette, Renaissance copies in Modena, New York, Berlin
      ‘Marsyas’ seated, restored by Verrocchio as Marsyas flayed
      Sarcophagus, lost    
  Mater Matuta
  Medea--see Argonauts
  Medusa--see Gorgo
  Melampus
  Meleager
    Census
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Sarcophagi
    Hunt of the Calydonian boar
    Meleager presents the head of the Calydonian boar to Atalanta
    Meleager and Atalanta: miscellaneous
    Meleager killing his uncles
    Althea thrusting the brand into the fire
    Death of Meleager
    Meleager mourned
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Melicertes--see also Ino, Leucothoë, Palaimon
  Memnon--see Aurora, Historia Troiana
  Men
  Mercury
    Census
    Heads and busts
    Greek vase painting
    Single figure: standing
      Classical art
      Hermes Kriophoros
      Post-classical art
    Single figure
      Seated/lying
      Flying/running
      In a chariot
      Tying his sandals
    Various functions and attitudes
      As patron of the arts
      As patron of trade
      Psychopompos
      As type of eloquence
      With miscellaneous attributes
    With other figures
      With Athena
      With Amor
      With Rosmerta
      With other gods
      With other figures (not gods)
    Various myths
      Childhood
      Invention of the caduceus
      Stealing the oxen of Apollo
      Mercury and Battus
      Mercury and the infant Bacchus
      Mercury and the nymph Lara
      Mercury and the dishonest woodcutter
    Sacrifice to Mercury
    Adaptations
    Mercury, Herse and Aglauros
      Cycles
      Mercury discovering Herse
      Mercury arguing with Aglauros
    Mercury and Argus
      Cycles
      Juno orders Argus to guard Io
      Mercury and Argus conversing, before Mercury plays his flute
      Mercury lulling Argus to sleep
      Argus asleep: Mercury draws his sword
      Mercury killing Argus
      Juno with the eyes of Argus (the peacock’s tail)
      Mercury with the head of Argus
      Miscellaneous
  Merope
  Midas
    Cycles
    Silenus brought before Midas
    Midas and the Satyr
    The Midas touch: everything turns to gold
    Midas washing in the river Pactolus
    Judging between Apollo and Pan: with Tmolus
    Judging between Apollo and Pan: without Tmolus
    Judging between Apollo and Marsyas--see Apollo and Marsyas
  Minerva--see Athena
  Minos
  Minotaur
  Minyeides
  Mithras
    Census
      Statue, British Museum, London
      Relief, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Relief, Louvre, Paris
      Side panels from a lost relief, Louvre, Paris
      Lost, formerly Palazzo Altieri, Rome
      Lost, formerly San Marco, Rome
    Mithraic temples
      Ostia
      Rome, San Clemente
    The killing of the bull
      With scenes from the life of Mithras
      With the zodiac
      Without scenes from the life of Mithras or the zodiac
        With symbolic animals (scorpion, snake, dog etc.)
        Without symbolic animals
    Scenes from the life of Mithras (other than the killing of the bull)
    Heads, single figures etc.
    Associated deities, genii etc.
    Inscriptions
    Miscellaneous
    Fritz Saxl notes and comparative material
  Mnemosyne--see Muses
  Moirai (Fates)
  Momus (see also Athena, Neptune, Vulcan)
  Mopsus
  Morpheus
  Muses
    Census
      Statues and reliefs
        Rome
          ‘Calliope’, Museo Capitolino
          Palazzo dei Conservatori ?
          Palazzo dei Conservatori
          Vatican (research in progress)
          ‘Urania’, Museo Chiaramonti, Vatican
          Croce Greca, Vatican
          Grotte, Vatican
        Outside Rome
          Mantineia base, National Museum, Athens
          Seated, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
          Seated with cithera, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
          Standing, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
          ‘Anchyrroe’, Uffizi, Florence
          ‘Trophos’, Uffizi, Florence
          ‘Terpsichore’, Uffizi, Florence
          ‘Anchyrroe’, Museum, Liverpool
          Marble statues, Prado, Madrid
          Standing, Palazzo Ducale, Mantua?
          Standing, Glyptothek, Munich
          Standing, Museo Nazionale, Naples
          ‘Euterpe’, Museo Nazionale, Naples
          ‘Melpomene’, Louvre, Paris
          ‘Thalia’, National Museum, Stockholm
          Standing, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Location unknown/unidentified
          Standing, formerly Vigna di Giulio II
          Seated, formerly Della Valle collection
          Formerly Vatican, Belvedere  
      Sarcophagi
        Rome
          Villa Borghese and Louvre, Paris
          San Crisogono
          Palazzo Farnese
          Santa Maria in Aventino
          Villa Medici
          Museo Nazionale
          San Paolo fuori le mura
          Palazzo dei Senatori
          Belvedere, Vatican
          Cortile del Belvedere, Vatican
        Outside Rome
          Glyptothek, Munich
          Museo Nazionale, Naples
          Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
          Woburn Abbey
        Location unknown/unidentified
          Codex Pighianus fol. 281v
          Jacopo Strada drawings
    Cycles
    Groups of nine
    Groups of fewer than nine
    Concert
    Lamenting/departing 
    Individual
      Calliope
      Clio
      Erato
      Euterpe
      Melpomene
      Polymnia
      Terpsichore
      Thalia
      Urania
    With other deities
      Dancing to Apollo's music
      With Athena
      With other deities
    Myths
      Mnemosyne, mother of the Muses
      Contest with the Pierides
      With Pyreneus
      With Thamyris
    Adaptations
      Artist or author with Muse
      Miscellaneous
  Myrrha--see Birth of Adonis
  Naiads
    Census
      Statues, Louvre, Paris
    Miscellaneous
  Narcissus
    Census
      Statue, Louvre, Paris
      Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
    Gazing into (artificial) well or fountain    
    Gazing into (natural) pond or stream
    Statues
    Narcissus and/or Echo, miscellaneous
  Natura
    Census
      Lost, formerly in the Garimberti collection
  Nemesis
  Neptune
    Census
      Gem, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Statue, formerly Villa Medici, Rome
      Sarcophagus, Vatican, Rome
    With trident
    With sea-horses
    With dolphin or sea-monster
    On a fountain
    Head/bust only
    In his chariot
    Triumph of Neptune
    'Quos ego'
    Various scenes
      Creating the horse
      Protecting a ship
      With other gods
      Loves of Neptune
    Allegories
    In allegorical portraits
    Adaptations
    Miscellaneous
  Nereids and Tritons
    Census
      Statues
        Nereid riding on a hippocamp, Uffizi, Florence
        Nereid riding on a dolphin, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Sarcophagi
        Uffizi, Florence, 119
        Uffizi, Florence, 160
        Badia, Grottaferrata
        Louvre, Paris
        Campo Santo, Pisa, Rumpf 6
        Campo Santo, Pisa, Rumpf 131
        Campo Santo, Pisa, Rumpf 133
        Palazzo Mattei, Rome
        Villa Medici, Rome, Rumpf 102
        Villa Medici, Rome, Rumpf 117
        Villa Medici, Rome, Rumpf 211
        Belvedere, Vatican, Rome
        Giardino della Pigna, Vatican, Rome
        Museo Profano, Vatican, Rome
        Cathedral, Salerno
        Opera del Duomo, Siena
        Formerly Alberto Fassini collection
        Formerly SS. Apostoli, Rome
        Formerly Palazzo Giustiniani, Rome
        Formerly Quirinal, Rome
        Formerly Palazzo Valle-Capranica, Rome
        Unidentified
    --see Sea Gods
  Nessus--see Hercules, Loves: Dejanira
  Niobids
    Census
      Pedagogue statue, Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek, Copenhagen
      Statue group, Uffizi, Florence
      Dead Niobid, statue, Glyptothek, Munich, 269
      Torso (‘Ilioneus’), Glyptothek, Munich, 270
      Sarcophagus, Wilton House
    Individuals fleeing/dying
    Some fleeing on horseback: after Polidoro
    Some fleeing on horseback, miscellaneous
    None fleeing on horseback    
  Nymphs
    Census
      Bronze plaquette, Bargello, Florence
      Statue, seated ‘alla spina’, Uffizi, Florence
      Statue, with panther, Uffizi, Florence
      Statue, dabbling hand in spring, Louvre, Paris
      Head of a sleeping nymph, Museo Nazionale, Rome
      Lost and unidentified
        Votive relief to nymphs (sources), formerly Carpi collection
        Fragment of votive relief, formerly Carpi collection
        Statue of a sleeping nymph, formerly Carpi collection
        Stepped miniature fountain with nymphs and dolphins, Dosio drawing
        Votive relief to nymphs with Hercules and Silvanus, formerly Soderini collection
        Votive relief to nymphs with Attis and Mercury, formerly Monte Cavallo
        Reclining nymph, formerly Galli collection
        Unidentified, Jacopo Strada drawing
    Bathing
    Clasping ankle
    Dancing
    Dryads
    Sleeping
    Source
    ‘Huius nympha loci sacri custodia fontis’
    With urns (not obviously sources)
    Nymphs and satyrs—see Satyrs and nymphs
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Oceanus
    Census
      ‘River God’ type, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Disc-shaped head, ‘Bocca della Verità’, S. Maria in Cosmedin, Rome
      Funerary altar with Oceanus head, lost, formerly Hadrian’s Villa, Tivoli; Pighianus
    Miscellaneous
  Ocyrhoë
  Oedipus--see Historia Thebana
  Oeneus
  Oleaster
  Olympia (see also Loves of Jupiter: Cycles)
  Olympus (Mount)
  Olympus (Musician and poet; see also Daphnis, Pan)
  Omphale
  Omphalos
  Ops
  Opheltes
    Census
  Orestes—see Iphigenia in Tauris, Historia Troiana
  Orion
  Orithyia--see Boreas
  Orpheus
    Census
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Civilizing the Greeks
    With the Thracians
    On board the Argo
    Miscellaneous
    Orpheus and Eurydice
      Cycles
      Orpheus wooing Eurydice
      Death of Eurydice, bitten by a snake
      Eurydice: single figure
      Orpheus on his way to Hades/singing before Pluto and Proserpina
      Orpheus leading Eurydice out of Hades
      Orpheus turns back, thus losing Eurydice
    Orpheus enchanting the animals
      Classical art
      Post-classical art 
        Orpheus playing stringed instrument with neck
        Orpheus playing bowed instrument
        Orpheus playing lyre or harp
      Adaptations/miscellaneous
    Death of Orpheus
      Clubbed
      Stabbed
      Stoned
      Torn to pieces
      The singing head of Orpheus
      Miscellaneous
      Adaptations
  Osiris
    Cycles
    Miscellaneous
  Padusa
  Palaimon (see also Melicertes)
  Palaestra
  Pales
  Palinurus (see also Aeneid)
  Palisci
  Palladium--see Athena, Ajax and Cassandra, Mars and Rhea Silvia
  Pan
    Census
      Pan and Olympus, statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Pan from a Pan and Olympus group, statue, Louvre, Paris
      Pan carrying a basket, Museo Capitolino, Rome
      Pan, draped, Museo Capitolino, Rome
      Pan and Olympus, statue, Museo Nazionale delle Terme, Rome
      Pan with animals, relief, Thasos
    Various attitudes and contexts
      Herms
      Single figure
      Fighting with a goat
      Carried by children
      With nymphs
      Poussin drawings
      Feast of Pan & sacrifice to Pan
      Miscellaneous
    Various myths
      Pan and Apollo (see also Midas)
      Pan and Athena
      Pan offering wool to Diana
      Pan and Syrinx
      Pan and Olympus/Daphnis
      Pan and Amor
      Punishment of Pan
      Miscellaneous
  Pandora
  Parcae--see Moirai
  Paris--see Historia Troiana
  Parnassus
  Pasiphae
    Census
      Pasiphae and Daedalus sarcophagus, Louvre, Paris and Villa Borghese, Rome
    Miscellaneous
  Pegasus
  Peleus (see also Atalanta, Sea-Gods)
    Census
      Marriage of P. and Thetis, ‘Campana’ terracotta plaques, Louvre & British Museum
    The Portland vase
    Peleus capturing Thetis
    The wedding of Peleus and Thetis
    Peleus’ wanderings after his killing of Phocus
  Pelias--see Medea
  Pelops
    Census
      Sarcophagus, Louvre, Paris
      Etruscan cinerary urn, Museo Etrusco, Vatican, Rome
    Fed to the gods
    Contest with Oenomaus and Hippodamia
    Asking Neptune for horses
  Penthesilea--See Amazons, Achilles and Penthesilea
  Pentheus
    Census
      Sarcophagus, Hever Castle, Kent
      Sarcophagus, Campo Santo, Pisa
    Miscellaneous
  Perseus
    Cycles
    Single figure
    With Danaë
    The origin of coral
    Miscellaneous incidents
    Adaptations
    Perseus and Medusa (see also Gorgo)
      Perseus being armed for the fight with Medusa
      Perseus killing Medusa
      Perseus with the head of Medusa
    Perseus and Andromeda
      Andromeda alone
        Chained to the rock
        Not chained to the rock
      Perseus killing monster
        On Pegasus
        Not on Pegasus
      After the death of the sea-monster
        Perseus untying Andromeda, & c.
        Marriage and sacrifice
        Wedding feast of Perseus and Andromeda
          Phineus and his followers attack
          Phineus and his followers turned to stone
      Black Andromeda
      Adaptations
  Phaedra
    Census
      Fragment of Hippolytus sarcophagus, in the wall of Canova’s Studio, Rome
    Miscellaneous
  Phaeton
    Census
      Greco-Roman gem, Florence
      Sarcophagus, Uffizi, Florence
      Sarcophagus, Louvre, Paris
      Adaptations
    Classical art
    Cycles (post-classical)
    Phaeton before Helios
    Phaeton driving the chariot of the Sun (before the fall)
    The fall of Phaeton (without metamorphosis of Heliades/Cygnus)
    The fall of Phaeton (with metamorphosis of Heliades/Cygnus)
    After the fall
  Phanes
    Census
      Relief statue, Museo Civico, Modena 
      Miscellaneous
  Philemon and Baucis
  Philomela—see Tereus
  Philyra—see Kronos
  Phineus—see Perseus
  Phlegias
  Phrixus or Phryxus
  Picus
  Pirithous and Hippodamia—see battle of Centaurs and Lapiths
  Pitys
  Ploutos—see SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY, Wealth
  Pluto (see also Proserpina)
    Census
      Pluto and Cerberus visit a dying man, relief, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
      Pluto with Cerberus, statue, lost, formerly collection of Jacomo da Perugia, Rome
      Pluto with Cerberus, statue, lost, formerly collection of Bruto della Valle, Rome
    Miscellaneous
  Polyphemus (see also Acis, Galathea, Odyssey)
    Census
      Head, lost, formerly Dei Rossi collection?
    Classical art
    Miscellaneous
  Polyxena—see Historia Troiana
  Polyxo
  Pomona (see also Vertumnus, Horae, Seasons)
    Census
      Statue, Uffizi, Florence
      Statue, lost, formerly Ludovisi collection, Rome
    Without Vertumnus
      Single figure
      Adaptations
  Pothos—see SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY, Yearning
  Potnia Theron
  Priapus
    Census
      Herm, lost, formerly Cesi collection
    Priapus and Lotis
    Sacrifice to Priapus
    Miscellaneous
  Procne—see Tereus
  Procris (see also Cephalus and Procris)
  Procrustes—see Theseus
  Prometheus
    Cycles
    Forming the first man
    Bringing fire to mankind
    Punishment, and delivery by Hercules
  Proserpina
    Census
      Proserpina and Pluto, sarcophagus end, Palazzo Ducale, Mantua
      Statue, Museo Capitolino, Rome
      Proserpina and Pluto, relief, Cathedral, Salerno
      Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Statue, lost, type of statue in Galleria dei Candelabri, Rome
    Census: rape of Proserpina
      Sarcophagus, Uffizi, Florence
      Relief, Hever castle
      Sarcophagus, Soane Museum, London
      Sarcophagus, Torno Collection, Milan
      Sarcophagus, Louvre
      Sarcophagus, Campo Santo, Pisa
      Relief, Villa Doria-Pamphilij, Rome
      Sarcophagus, Palazzo Rospigliosi, Rome
      Sarcophagus, Cathedral, Salerno
      Funerary relief, lost, Codex Pighianus, 46r
      Bar-coded non-Census rape of Proserpina sarcophagi
    Cycles
    Before and after the rape
      Gathering flowers (before the rape)
      Proserpina in Hades
      Return of Proserpina
      Eleusinian cult of Proserpina
      Miscellaneous
    Rape of Proserpina
      Pluto seizes Proserpina
      Struggle in the chariot
      Pluto carries away Proserpina
      Miscellaneous
  Protesilaus
  Proteus
  Psyche (see also Amor and Psyche)
    Census
      Statue, Museo Capitolino, Rome
      Gem, formerly Grimani collection
    Miscellaneous
  Pygmalion
  Pygmies
  Pyramus and Thisbe
    Cycles
    Thisbe fleeing from the lion
    Thisbe finds the dead Pyramus
    Suicide of Thisbe
    Miscellaneous incidents
    Adaptations
  River-gods
    Census
      Rome
        Arch of Septimius Severus
        Arch of Titus
        Nile and Tiber, Campidoglio
        ‘Marforio’, Museo Capitolino
        Valle dei Caffarelli
        Nile, Vatican
        Tigris, Vatican
      Outside Rome
        Relief, Arch of Trajan, Beneventum
        Nile, statue, Piazzetta S. Angelo a Nilo, Naples
        ‘Oceanus Cesarini’, statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        ‘Oceanus Fabii’, statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Tiber, statue, Louvre, Paris
        Relief on sarcophagus end, Palazzo Ducale, Urbino
        Statue, lost, Codex Coburgensis
        Statue, location unknown, Della Porta collection, Rome
    Miscellaneous
  Rumina
  Sabazios
  Salmacis—see Hermaphrodite
  Salmoneus
  Saturn--see Kronos
  Satyrs
    Census
      Statues
        Torso, Castel Gandolfo
        Holding up grapes for a panther, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
        Wearing goatskin and pine crown, Poggio Imperiale, Florence
        Torso, Uffizi, Florence
        Dancing with cymbals, Uffizi, Florence
        Holding up grapes for a panther, Uffizi, Florence
        Three satyrs strangled by a serpent, Private Collection, Graz
        Resting, type of Glyptothek, Munich 
        Holding up grapes for a panther, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        With infant Bacchus, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Two reliefs, Museo Civico, Padua
        Playing pipes, Louvre, Paris
        Dancing, Villa Borghese, Rome
        Riding on a dolphin, Villa Borghese, Rome
        Resting, Museo Capitolino, Rome
        In garland on sarcophagus, S. Maria in Aracoeli, Rome
        Trampling grapes, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 81
        Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 105
        Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 129
        Head, Museo Archeologico, Venice, 223
        Torso, lost, formerly Della Valle collection
        Head, untraced
        Piping, untraced
        Dancing with cymbals, untraced
        Herm, untraced
        Dancing, untraced
      Gems
        Head, Antikensammlung, Berlin
        Bacchantic satyr, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        With infant Bacchus, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Supporting drunken Pan, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Embracing nymph, Museo Nazionale, Naples
    Heads and masks
    Torsoes
    Single figures
      Miscellaneous
      Bronze statuettes
      Riding/with animals 
      Resting (Praxitelean type)
    With musical instruments
    Dancing (without nymphs)
    Drinking/pouring wine
    Holding up grapes/wine
    Drunken/fallen
    Satyr family
    With children
    With hermaphrodite
    Satyrs and maenads
    Satyrs and nymphs
      Agostino Carracci engravings
      Poussin drawings
      Kissing/caressing/embracing
      Satyrs pursuing/raping nymphs
      Nymphs mocking satyrs
      Dancing
      Satyr(s) with sleeping nymph
      Satyrs fighting over nymph
      Filling a cornucopia
      Miscellaneous
    Satyr and peasant--see CLASSICAL LITERATURE, Aesop
    Miscellaneous    
    Adaptations
  Scylla, daughter of Nisus, king of Megara (see also Minos)
  Scylla, daughter of Phorcys and Hecate (see also Glaucus)
    Census
      Trapezophoros, Museo Nazionale, Naples
    Miscellaneous
    Scylla bowl (British Museum)
  Sea-gods and animals
    Census
      Atalantid, Stoa of Giants, Athens
      Tritons sarcophagus, Museo Campano, Capua
      Monsters, sarcophagus cover, Vatican, Rome
      Monsters, Teatro Marittimo, Villa Adriana, Tivoli
      Monsters, Piazza d’Oro, Villa Adriana, Tivoli
      Sea-monster ridden by a putto, lost
    Cycles
    Classical and general types
      Statues
      Nereid sarcophagi
      Classical reliefs, gems, mosaics
      Miscellaneous friezes
    Nereids and Tritons
      Nereid on Triton, hippocamp, dolphin etc.
      Nereids and Tritons, miscellaneous
      Nereids, miscellaneous
      Battle of Tritons
      Triton blowing a conch-shell
      Tritons, miscellaneous
    Sea-monsters
  Selene
    Census
      From marriage sarcophagus, San Lorenzo fuori le Mura, Rome
      From Cleobis and Biton sarcophagus, Museo Archeologico, Venice
    Miscellaneous
  Semele
  Serapis--see Jupiter Serapis
  Silenus
    Census
      Standing, Glyptothek, Munich
      With infant Bacchus, Louvre, Paris
      With wineskin, Villa Albani, Rome
      Reclining, U.S. Embassy, Rome
      Supporting himself on a staff, Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Reclining, lost
    Heads and masks 
    Single figure
    With the infant Bacchus
    In scenes with other figures
    Drunken Silenus
      Carried or supported    
      In triumph/on a goat or donkey
      Lying down
  Silvanus
    Census
      Relief, Antikensammlung, Berlin
    Miscellaneous
  Sirens
    With single fish tails
    With double fish/serpent tails
    With bird tails
    With human legs
    With ornamental scrolls for tails
    With claws
  Sisyphus
  Sphinx
    Census
      Two basalt sphinxes, Louvre, Paris
      Relief, House of Crescenzio, Rome
      From amoretti sarcophagus, Torcello, Venice
      Relief, lost (formerly Casa Galli)
      Statue, lost
      Relief (?), unidentified
    Single figure, sculpted in the round
    With other figures, in narrative/symbolic contexts
    Miscellaneous
  Styx, river
  Syria, Dea
    Census
      Altar, Museo Capitolino, Rome
      Statue, lost, formerly Mattei collection
    Miscellaneous
  Tages
  Talus (Perdix)--see Daedalus
  Tantalus
  Taras
  Tartarus (see also Elysian fields)
  Telamon
  Telemus
  Telephos
  Telesphorus
  Tellus
  Tereus
  Terminus
  Terra--see MAGIC AND SCIENCE, Earth
  Themis
  Theophane
  Theseus
    Census
      Fresco, destroyed, formerly Herculaneum
    Cycles
    Individual scenes
      Theseus finding his father's shoes and sword under a stone
      Theseus and Cerceyon
      Theseus and Procroustes
      Theseus and the Centaur
      Theseus and the bull of Marathon
      Young Athenians drawing lots
      Theseus killing the minotaur
      Theseus and Ariadne
      Theseus and the Amazons
      Miscellaneous
  Thetis (see also Peleus and Thetis)
    Jupiter and Thetis
    Neptune and Thetis
    Miscellaneous
  Thiae
  Tiresias
  Titans (see also Giants)
  Tityus
  Triptolemos
  Trophonius
  Typhon
  Ulysses--see Odyssey
  Underworld--see Hades
  Uranus
  Venus
    Census
      Standing
        Statue, draped below hips, Villa Reale, Caserta
        Statue, draped low, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
        Statue, pudica, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
        Statue, with dolphin, Palazzo Pitti, Florence
        Statue, with jar, Palazzo Pitti, Florence
        Statue, with dolphin (Medici Venus), Uffizi, Florence
        Statue, draped behind, Uffizi, Florence
        Statue, with Amor, Uffizi, Florence
        Statuette, Venus Panthea, British Museum, London
        Statue, partly draped, J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu
        Statue, Venus Genetrix type, Palazzo Ducale, Mantua
        Statue, Pudica Santa Croce, Glyptothek, Munich
        Statue, Cnidian type, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Statue, Genetrix type, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Statue, Kallipygos, Museo Nazionale, Naples 
        Statue, with Amor, Louvre, Paris 
        Torso, Louvre, Paris
        Statue, Pudica, Rockefeller Collection, Pocantico Hills, New York State
        Statue, Venus or sea nymph, Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight
        Statue, with dolphin, Villa Borghese, Rome
        Statue, with Amor riding on a dolphin, Museo Capitolino, Rome
        Statue, Pudica (Cnidian), Museo Torlonia, Rome
        Statue, Venus Hygieia, Vatican, Rome
        Statue, Venus Felix, with Amor, Vatican, Rome
        Statue, Venus of Cnidos, Vatican, Rome
        Statue, ‘ex Balneo’, Vatican, Rome
        Statue, Pudica with Amor riding on a dolphin, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Statue, Pudica semi-draped, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Statue, headless, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Statuette, with Amor, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Statuette, headless, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Statuette, Venus Sosandra, Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Statue, Genetrix type, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
        Statuette, bronze, Granvella Venus, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
        Statue, lost, in the Ciampolini collection in 16th century
        Statue, lost, in the Maffei collection in 16th century
        Statue, lost, in collection of Cardinal Bibbiena in 16th century
        Statue, lost, formerly in Cevoli and Borghese collections 
        Statuette, lost, type known in Raphael’s circle
        Statue, nude, arms missing, unidentified
        Fragment, Venus binding sandal, unidentified
        Statue, drawn twice from behind, unidentified
        Statue, Venus both nude and draped, unidentified
        Statue, Venus pudica torso, unidentified
        Statuette, Venus binding sandal, unidentified
        Statuette, Anadyomene draped, unidentified
        Relief, Venus on a dolphin, from lost Daedalus and Icarus sarcophagus
        Statues, Jacopo Strada drawings, unidentified
      Crouching
        Statue, British Museum, London (from Windsor Castle)
        Relief, from funerary urn of M. Coelius Superstes, British Museum, London
        Statue, Prado, Madrid 
        Statue, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Statue, Museo delle Terme, Rome
        Statue, lost, in Mellini collection in 16th century
        Statue, Codex Pighianus fol. 180, unidentified
        Statue, Jan de Bisschop, unidentified
      Seated
        Statue, Giardino di Boboli, Rome
        Statue, Museo di Chiaramonti, Vatican, Rome
      Heads and busts
        Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum, Braunschweig
        Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Museo Archeologico, Venice
        Museo Archeologico, Venice
      Gems
         Venus on a lion, Museo Nazionale, Naples 
         Venus on a goat, Museo Nazionale, Naples
         Venus with Amor and Hermaphrodite, Museo Nazionale, Naples
       Venus of Aphrodisias
          Residenzmuseum, Munich
          Museo Nazionale, Naples 
    Single figure
      Classical types
        Cnidian
        De Milo
        Genetrix
        Kallipygos
        Archaic support type
      Venus Pudica
        Capitoline
        Capitoline type
        De' Medici
        De' Medici type
        Without dolphin or jar
        Draped
        Unrestored torsoes
        Adaptations
      Standing
        Draped/semi-draped
          Semi-draped: statues drawn by Pierre Jacques
          Legs draped, with drapery knotted low in front
          Miscellaneous
        Nude
      Crouching
      Seated
      Heads and busts
    Venus Anadyomene/Birth of Venus
      Ludovisi Throne, Rome
      Botticelli
      Squeezing her hair dry
      Not squeezing her hair dry
      Adaptations
    Aspects
      Venus Marina
        Without veil or sail
        With veil or sail
      Venus Frigida (Sine Baccho et Cerere friget Venus)
      Armed Venus—see Venus Victrix
      Venus Genetrix—see Classical Types, Venus Verticordia
      Venus Verticordia
      Venus Victrix
      Venus Virgo
      Winged Venus
    Attributes
      Apple
      Doves
      Girdle
      Swan/goose
      Sword
      Symbols of fertility
      Tortoise
    Reclining
    Sleeping
    Toilet and bath of Venus
      Untying a sandal
      Removing a thorn from her foot
      Bathing
      Drying/dressing
      Venus combing her hair
      Venus combed and adorned by the Graces
      Venus holding a mirror
      With a mirror, but not holding it    
      Miscellaneous
    Triumph of Venus
      Marine
      Terrestrial/aerial
    Cult
      Worship
      Sacrifice
      On the island of Cythera
    Venus and Amor
      Alone
        Venus standing
        Venus seated
          Embracing Amor
          Not embracing Amor
        Venus crouching
        Venus reclining
        Various types and incidents
          Venus punishing/disarming/clipping the wings of Amor
          Amor directing his weapons at Venus
          Venus holding arrow/Amor handing arrow to Venus
          Amor blindfold
          Venus holding heart or torch
          Winged Venus and Amor—see Winged Venus
          Venus lactans
          Amor stung by bees or holding honeycomb
          Miscellaneous
    With other figures
      With musician
      With satyr or shepherd
      Miscellaneous
    With other deities
      Amoretti
      Apollo
      Athena and Hercules—see SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY, Allegories of Art
      Bacchus
      Diana
      Graces or nymphs
      Juno
      Jupiter
      Kronos
      Mars—see Mars and Venus
      Mercury
      Neptune
      Pluto
      Vulcan—see Vulcan
      Miscellaneous
    Venus and other figures
      Aeneas
      Anchises
      Emperor
      Paris
      Miscellaneous
    Venus in allegorical images
    Adaptations
  Vertumnus and Pomona
    Cycles
    Vertumnus in the guise of an old woman, Pomona clothed
    Vertumnus in the guise of an old woman, Pomona nude
    Vertumnus as a man
    Vertumnus alone, without Pomona
    Vertumnus and Pomona: adaptations
  Vesta and Vestals
    Census
      Statue, so-called Hestia Giustiniani, Villa Albani, Rome
      Unidentified Jacopo Strada drawings
    Miscellaneous
  Victory
    Census
      Reliefs, Arch of Trajan, Benevento
      Statues, Skulpturensammlung, Berlin
      Reliefs, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
      Relief, Victories with bull, Uffizi, Florence
      Reliefs on a candelabrum base, Hever Castle
      Reliefs, Victories killing bulls, Glyptothek, Munich 
      Gem, Victory driving a chariot, Museo Nazionale, Naples
      Sarcophagus, Camposanto, Pisa 
      Relief, Victory writing on shield, Arch of Constantine, Rome
      Reliefs, Victories with trophies, Arch of Constantine, Rome
      Sarcophagus, Victories holding shield, Villa Doria Pamphilij, Rome
      Reliefs from Decennalia base, Foro Romano, Rome
      Figured capital, San Lorenzo fuori le mura, Rome 
      Relief, winged Victory, Arch of Titus, Rome
      Reliefs from base of Trajan’s Column, Rome
      Relief, Victory writing on shield, Trajan’s Column, Rome
      Coin, Victory crowning charioteer, Kress Collection, New York
      Relief, Victory restored as Fame (?), lost
      Coin or medallion, Victory holding a shield, unidentified
    Victory of Samothrace, Louvre
    Temple of Nike Apteros
    Flying
    Single figure, miscellaneous
    Riding a chariot
    On or with globe
    With trophies
    Sacrificing a bull
    Making libations
    Holding a shield with inscription
    Writing/carving on a shield
    Holding a garland
    Crowning
    With other figures
    Adaptations
  Vulcan
    Census
      Relief, forge of Vulcan, Louvre, Paris
      Sarcophagus, forge of Vulcan, Museo Capitolino, Rome
    Cycle
    Single figure
    Miscellaneous incidents
    Vulcan and Venus (not in forge)
    Vulcan and Venus fondling Amor
    The forge of Vulcan
      Thetis in the forge of Vulcan
      Venus and Amor in the forge of Vulcan
      Miscellaneous
    The return of Vulcan to Olympus
  Zetes
  Historia Troiana
    Cycles
    The building of Troy
    Paris
      Single figure
      Paris and Oenone
      Miscellaneous scenes from life
      Dream of Paris
      Judgement of Paris
        Preliminary scenes
          Goddesses descend to earth
          Paris receives the apple from Mercury
        Census
        Classical art
        With Mercury
        Without Mercury
        With river-gods
        Mercury brings the apple to Venus
        Adaptations
      Paris and Helen
        Census
        Cycle
        Before/after rape of Helen
        Helen, without Paris, miscellaneous
        Rape of Helen
    Trojan War
      Census
      Scenes
        Mourning over warriors
        Battle of Greeks and Centaurs
        Contest for the Palladium
        Interference of the gods
        Battle around Troy
        Trojan horse
        Sack of Troy
        Miscellaneous
      Heroes and Heroines of the Trojan War
        Achilles
          Census
          Cycles
          Miscellaneous
          Scenes from his life
            Birth and dipping into Styx
            Youth and education
            On Scyros, among the daughters of Lycomedes
            With Briseis (see Briseis); Athena restrains Achilles’ anger
            Sulking in his tent
            With Patroclus
            Thetis comforting Achilles
            Thetis and the arms of Achilles
            Achilles and Troilus
            Achilles and Memnon
            Achilles and Penthesilea
            Achilles and Ajax playing a game
            Achilles killing Hector—see Hector
            Death of Achilles I: arrow in heel or ankle
            Death of Achilles II: ambush in temple of Apollo
            The contest over Achilles’ arms
            Achilles during the Trojan war:, miscellaneous
            The tomb of Achilles
        Aegisthos
        Aeneas
          Deification
          Miscellaneous
        Agamemnon
        Ajax, son of Telamon
          Miscellaneous
          Ulysses and Ajax with the arms of Achilles
        Ajax, son of Oïleus
        Anchises
        Andromache
        Antilochus
        Briseis
        Calchas
        Cassandra
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Chryseis
        Diomedes
        Hector
          Single figure
          In warfare (not against Achilles)
          Hector and Andromache
          Hector and Priam
          Death of Hector
          Hector’s body dragged behind Achilles’ chariot
          Ransoming, mourning and burial of Hector’s body
          Miscellaneous
        Hecuba
        Helenus
        Hercules
        Iphigenia
        Laomedon
        Machaon
        Memnon
        Menelaus
          Mourning the loss of Helen
          With the body of Patroclos
          Meeting Helen at the fall of Troy
          Miscellaneous
        Neoptolemus
        Nestor
        Orestes
        Palamedes
        Patroclus
        Philoctetes
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Polymestor
        Polyxena
        Priam
        Protesilaus
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Pyrrhus
        Scamander, river
        Talthybius
        Teucer
        Troilus
        Tydeus
        Unidentified and miscellaneous
  Odyssey
    Census
    Cycles
    Scenes
      Calypso
      Nausicaa
      Polyphemus devouring Odysseus' companions
      Blinding of Polyphemus
      Polyphemus throwing stones
      Aeolus
      Land of the Laestrygones
      Circe
      Odysseus descends into the underworld
      Scylla and Charybdis
      Thrinacia: Odysseus' men devour Apollo's cattle
      Sirens
      Return to Ithaca: miscellaneous scenes
      Penelope
      Odysseus recognised by his dog
      The slaying of the suitors
      Odysseus and Penelope reunited
      Odysseus: single figure
      Odyssey: miscellaneous scenes
      Adaptations
  Aeneid
    Census
    Cycles
      Manuscripts
        London, British Library, Kings 24
        London, Sotheby’s, 1 July 1946
        Oxford, Bodleian Library, Can. Class. Lat. 52
        Rome, The Vatican Virgil, Vat. Lat. 3225
      Paintings and tapestries
        Modena, Niccolò dell’Abate
        Rubens
        Dutch tapestries ca 1640
        Vicenza, Tiepolo
      Prints
        G.M. Mitelli after the Carracci, Bologna
        C. Cesio after Pietro da Cortona, Rome
        After Cotelle, Saint-Cloud
        After Coypel, Palais Royal
        S. Bottschildt
        B. Pinelli
    Scenes
      Book I
        Cycles
        Juno and Aeolus
        The storm which drives Aeneas to Carthage
        Neptune calms the storm: ‘Quos ego—!’
        Aeneas lands in Libya, and hunts deer
        Venus before Jupiter
        Venus appears to Aeneas and Achates
        Dido and the ghost of Sychaeus
        Dido and the oxhide
        The building of Carthage
        Aeneas and Achates see the paintings in the temple of Juno
        Aeneas and Achates appear before Dido
        Dido showing Aeneas her palace
        Amor in the guise of Ascanius on hhis way to Dido, bearing gifts
        Dido’s banquet
      Book II
        The Trojan Horse and the sack of Troy (cf. Historia Troiana)
         Venus prevents Aeneas from killing Helen
        Creusa on her knees before Aeneas
        Ascanius with a flame over his head
        Aeneas flees Troy, with Anchises, Ascanius and Creusa
        Aeneas flees Troy, with Anchises and Ascanius, without Creusa
        Aeneas flees Troy, with Anchises only
      Book III
        The Trojans build their fleet
        Aeneas uprooting the myrtle on the tomb of Polydorus  
        Aeneas at the temple of Apollo on Delos
        The plague in Crete
        Achaemenides the Greek
      Book IV
        Dido and Aeneas cycles
          4th century mosaic from Low Ham, Somerset
          Cassoni, workshop of Apollonio di Giovanni
          17th century Brussels tapestries
          Tapestries and cartoons, G.F. Romanelli
          17th century Flemish tapestries, Hopetoun House, Edinburgh
          Frescoes, Rome, Palazzo Massimo alle Colonne, Perino del Vaga
          Frieze, London, 20 Portman Square, Angelica Kaufmann
        Dido’s sacrifice to Juno
        The royal hunt and storm
        Mercury calling Aeneas away from Dido
        Aeneas leaving Dido
        Dido abandoned/committing suicide, alone
        Dido abandoned/committing suicide, with other figures
        Dido and Aeneas, miscellaneous
      Book V
        Sacrifice at the tomb of Anchises
        The ship race
        The running race
        The boxing match
        The women burn the ships
        The death of Palinurus
      Book VI
        Aeneas meeting the Sibyl
        Misenus
        Aeneas plucks the golden bough
        Aeneas and the Sibyl enter the underworld
        The shade of Palinurus
        Crossing the Styx
        Cerberus
        The shade of Dido
        The Elysian fields
      Book VII
        The Trojans pass the isle of Circe
        The Trojans land in Italy
        Lavinia
        Allecto foments war
        Ascanius shoots the stag of Silvia
      Book VIII
        Turnus declares war
        Tiberinus appears in a dream to Aeneas
        Venus presenting arms to Aeneas
        Miscellaneous
      Books IX-XII
        Turnus besieging the Trojans
        The council of the gods
        Camilla
        Aeneas and Ascanius sacrificing
        Venus healing the wound of Aeneas
        The death of Turnus
        Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Argonauts
    Cycles
    Argonauts: miscellaneous
    Jason and Pelias
    Building of the Argo/first expedition of the Argonauts
    Jason and the fire-breathing oxen
    Jason and the dragon
    The golden fleece
    Jason and Creusa
    Jason: single figure
    Jason and Medea
    Medea
      Census
      Cycles
      Classical art
      Medea and her children
      Medea rejuvenating Aeson/killing Pelias
      Single figure and miscellaneous scenes
  Historia Thebana
    Cycles
    Cadmus--see Cadmus
    Oedipus
      Birth and finding
      Oedipus and the sphinx
      Miscellaneous
    Jocasta
    The tiger of Thebes
    Tydeus
    Polyneices and Eriphyle
    Eteocles and Polyneices
    Antigone
    Adrastus
    The taking of Thebes
    Miscellaneous
  
  
  


LITERATURE


CLASSICAL LITERATURE


Achilles Statius
Aeschylus
Aesop
  Cycle
  Fables
    Satyr and Peasant
    Miscellaneous
Anacreon
Apuleius
Aristophanes
Aristotle
Athenaios
Aulus Gellius
Callimachus
Cato 
Catullus
Cicero
Euripides
Heliodorus
Herodotus
Hesiod
Hippocrates and Democritus
Horace
Julian the Apostate
Juvenal
Lactantius
Livy
Longus
Lucan
Lucian
  Calumny of Apelles
  Dialogues of the Dead
  Herakles
  Lucius, sive Asinus
  Miscellaneous
Lucretius
Martialis
Musaeus
Nonnus
Oppian
Ovid
  Ars amandi & Remedium amoris
  Epistolae
  Fastis
  Heroides
  Metamorphoses
  Cycles
  Miscellaneous
Petronius
Philostratus
Phlegon
Plato
  Republic
    Cave
    Myth of Er
  Symposium
Plautus
Pliny
Plutarch
Priscian
Prudentius
Sallust
Seneca
Silius Italicus
Sophocles
Statius
Suetonius
Terence
Theocritus
  General
  Pirckheimer’s Copy
Tibullus
Victor
Virgil
  Works, cycles
  Eclogues/Georgics cycle
  Silenus and Aegle
  Eclogues, miscellaneous
  Georgics, miscellaneous
Xenophon
Xenophon of Ephesus

MEDIAEVAL AND LATER LITERATURE


Unidentified, anonymous and miscellaneous
Camillo Agrippa
Aiol
Leon Battista Alberti
Albricus
Albertano de Santa Agata
Scholem Alechem
Mateo Alemán
Alexander Romance
  Cycles
  Olympias and Nektometos
  Aristotle and Alexander
  Alexander and Thalestris, Queen of the Amazons
  The talking tree
  Alexander's submarine descent
  Alexander's journey to the sky
  Death of Alexander
  Miscellaneous
Amadis de Gaule--see Vasco de Lobeira
Hans-Christian Andersen
Giovanni Battista Andreini
René d'Anjou
Guillaume Apollinaire
Apollonius of Tyre
Arabian Nights
Pietro Aretino
Ludovico Ariosto
  Orlando Furioso
    Cycles
    Ferraù and the ghost of Argalia
    Alcina’s island
    Angelica and the hermit
    Olimpia and Bireno
    Ruggiero and Angelica
    Orlando rescuing Olimpia from the orc
    Angelica and Medoro
    The madness of Orlando
    Astolfo’s journey to the moon
    Miscellaneous
Pievano Arlotto
Arthurian legends
Schalom Asch
Madame d’Aulnoy
Honoré de Balzac
Jan Bara
Marzio Bartolini
Basinius Parmensis
Charles Baudelaire
Pierre de Beaumarchais
Edward Benlowes
Beowulf
Berthod
Bidpai
Robert Blair
William Blake
  First Book of Urizen
  For the Sexes
  Book of Los
  Jerusalem
  Europe: a Prophecy
  America: a Prophecy
  Miscellaneous
Giovanni Boccaccio
  Decamerone
    Cycles
    'Story of Alatiel'
    Day 2, miscellaneous
    'Tancred and Ghismonda'
    'Isabella and Lorenzo'
    'Nastaggio degli Onesti'
    Day 10, miscellaneous
    'Patient Griselda'
  Ninfale fiesolano
  De genealogia deorum
  De mulieribus claris
  De casibus virorum illustrium
Johann Jakob Bodmer
Boethius
Matteo Maria Boiardo
T. Bonvicini
Conrad Botho
Miss Bowdler
Poggio Bracciolini
Sebastian Brant
Geerardt Brandt
Gerbrand Adriaensz Bredero
A. Bruni
Anton Ulrich, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneberg
John Bunyan
Gottfried August Bürger
Edgar Rice Burroughs
Der Busant
Samuel Butler
George Gordon Byron
Campistron
Carcer d'Amore--see Diego di San Pedro
John Patricke Cary
Jacob Cats
Celestina
Conrad Celtis
Miguel de Cervantes
Charles I
Chateaubriand
Geoffrey Chaucer
  Troilus and Criseyde
  Canterbury Tales
Le chevalier au cygne
Chrétien de Troyes
Christine de Pisan
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Francesco Colonna
Guido da Columna
Pierre Corneille
Gilles Corrozet
Samuel Coster
Walter Crane
Giulio Cesare Croce
Francis Danby
Dante
  Divina Commedia
    Cycles
    Inferno
      Cycle
      Dante meets Virgil; the lion, leopard and wolf
      Dante follows Virgil into Hell
      Charon
      The lustful; Paolo and Francesca
      The wrathful
      Geryon
      The Giants
      Ugolino
      The ice of Cocytus
      Miscellaneous
    Purgatorio
    Paradiso
    Vita Nuova, Canzoni etc.      
Daniel Defoe
Delaborde
Jean Desmarets
Charles Dickens
Dietrich von Bern
Fyodor Dostoevsky
Alexandre Dumas
Dyalogus creaturarum
Eike von Repgowe
Desiderius Erasmus
Till Eulenspiegel
Doctor Faustus
François de Fénélon
G.B. Ferrari
Henry Fielding
Marsilio Ficino
Gustave Flaubert
John Flaxman
Flores de Grèce
Frederigo Frezzi
Geiler von Kaysersberg
S. Gessner
Ginevra degli Almieri
Gesta Romanorum
  Shooting at father's corpse
  Miscellaneous
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Gottfried von Strassburg
Der Graf von Safoi
Thomas Gray
St Gregory the Great
St Gregory of Nazianzus
Gringore
Giovanni Battista Guarini
  Pastor Fido
    Amaryllis and Myrtillo
    Silvio and Dorinda
    Corisca and the satyr
Marco Guazzo
Guerino dit Meschino
Guillaume de Deguilleville
  Pélerinage de la vie humaine
  Pélerinage de l'âme
  Boeck van den pelgheryn
Ludovic Halévy
William Hayley
Daniel Heinsius
Helyas--see Le chevalier au cygne
Legend of Herkinbald
Johann Herold
Herzmaere
James Hogg
Pieter Cornelisz Hooft
Houdart de la Motte
E. Huckmans
Victor Hugo
Hendrik Ibsen
Jacobus de Theramo
Jacopo da Voragine
Jacques de Longuyon
Jean d'Arras
Ben Jonson
Jourdan de Blaye
James Joyce
Don Juan
John Keats
Charles Kingsley
Die Königin von Frankreich--see Schondoch
P.A.F. Choderlos de Laclos
La Fontaine
F. de la Motte Fouqué
Chevalier de la Tour Landry--see Ritter vom Thurm
Lazarillo de Tormes
Edward Lear
A. Leonico
Tristan L'Hermite
Le Sage
Liber sapientium
Johann Lichtenberger
Lirar
Livre des Echecs Amoureux
Vasco de Lobeira
Daniel Casper von Lohenstein
Peter Lombard
Lucidario
John Lydgate
Maurice Maeterlinck
Guillaume de Machaut
Thomas Malory--see Arthurian legends
John Mandeville
Manzoni, Alessandro
Olivier de la Marche
Annibale Marchesi
Marguerite de Navarre
Martianus Capella
Masuccio
Mathieu
Mattabruna--see Le chevalier au cygne
Lorenzo de'Medici
Melusine
Michelangelo
Jacques Millet
John Milton
  Lycidas
  Comus
  L'Allegro
  Il Penseroso
  Paradise Lost--cycle
  Paradise Lost--miscellaneous
Molière
Charles de Secondat, baron de Montesquieu
Minnesang
Thomas More
James Morier
Alfred de Musset
Nibelungenlied
Nocturno
Jan van der Noot
Ossian
Ovide Moralisée
  Cycles
  Miscellaneous
Percy
Perez
Charles Perrault
Francesco Petrarca, Petrarch
  Works, Cycles
  Trionfi
    Cycles
    Love
    Chastity
    Death
    Fame
    Time
    Eternity
  General (see also Tomasini)
    Canzoniere
    De Remediis
    Miscellaneous works
    Petrarchan emblem book, Baltimore
    Valclusa
    Arquà
    Monuments
Pfinzing
Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini (Pope Pius II)
Alessandro Piccolomini
Edgar Allan Poe
Angelo Poliziano
Pontus and Sidonia
Marco Polo
Alexander Pope
Giulio Pozzo
Antoine-François Prévost
P. Prevost
Marcel Proust
Luigi Pulci
Quevedo
François Rabelais
Jean Racine
Raspe
Reynard the Fox
Samuel Richardson
  Pamela
  Clarissa
Ritter vom Thurm
Rojas
Romances
  Histoire de Sainte Hèlaine
  Roman de Brut
  Chanson de Roland
  Roman de la Rose
  Roman du roi Meliadus
  Histoire de Gaures
  Roman de Girart de Nevers
  Meschino da Durazzo
  Roman de la Poire
  Miscellaneous
Pierre Ronsard
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Rudolf von Ems
Hans Sachs
H. von Sachsenheim
J.H. Bernadin de Saint-Pierre
Antoine de la Sale
Diego di San Pedro
Girolamo Savonarola
Bartolomeo Scala
Paul Scarron
Hug Schapler
Cyriacus Schauss
Hartmann Schedel
Friedrich Schiller
Schondoch
Johann von Schwarzenberg
Sir Walter Scott
Madeleine and Georges de Scudéry
Jean Michel Sedaine
The Seven Sons of Lara
Lord Shaftesbury
William Shakespeare
  The Two Gentlemen of Verona
  As You Like It
  Much Ado About Nothing
  A Midsummer Night's Dream
  The Merry Wives of Windsor
  The Merchant of Venice
  Richard II
  Richard III
  Henry IV
  Henry VI
  Henry VIII
  Hamlet
  Macbeth
  King Lear
  Othello
  Romeo and Juliet
  The Tempest
  Miscellaneous
Sir Philip Sidney
The book of Sidrach
Edmund Spenser
Jan Six
Stendhal
Laurence Sterne
H.A. Stockfleth
Giulio Strozzi
Jacob Struys
Henricus Suso
Jonathan Swift
Tannhaüser
Torquato Tasso
  Aminta
  Gerusalemme Liberata
    Cycles
    Cantos 1-13
      The people of Tripoli bring tribute to Godfrey de Bouillon
      Sophronia and Olindo are condemned
      Clorinda saves Sophronia and Olindo from the stake
      Tancred and Clorinda meet in battle
      Erminia dons Clorinda’s armour
      Erminia and the shepherds
      Erminia carves Tancred’s name on trees
      Erotimo removes an arrow from Godfrey’s leg
      Tancred baptises the dying Clorinda
    Cantos 14-16 (Rinaldo abducted by Armida)
      Cycle, Tiepolo
      Armida cannot bring herself to kill the sleeping Rinaldo
      Rinaldo carried off by Armida
      Carlo and Ubaldo go to save Rinaldo
      Rinaldo under Armida’s spell
      Carlo and Ubaldo bring Rinaldo to his senses with the mirrored shield
      Rinaldo leaves Armida
      Armida destroys the magic palace
      Miscellaneous
    Cantos 17-20
      Rinaldo in the enchanted forest
      The Assault on Jerusalem
      Erminia tends the wounded Tancred    
      The victory over the King of Egypt
      Rinaldo prevents Armida’s suicide
    Miscellaneous
Alessandro Tassoni
Tebaldeo
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
William Thackeray
Theseus of Cologne
James Thomson
Thornton
Jacopo Filippo Tomasini, Petrarcha Redivivus
Marx Treitzsaurwein
Tristram and Yseult (Tristan and Isolde) cf. Gottfried von Strassburg
Troubadours
Tundalus
Pontus de Tyard
Jean-Joseph Vadé
Otto Vaenius--see Seven Sons of Lara
Châtelaine de Vergi
Le Vergier d'Honneur
Paul Verlaine
Voltaire
Richard Wagner
Charles Weber
Weland Saga
Diedrich von dem Werder
C.D. Wieland
Jakob Wimpfeling
Wolfram von Eschenbach
Edward Young
Worthies
  Cycles
    Fresco
    Printed
  Male worthies
  Female worthies
  Modern worthies
Islamic Literature—see Arabian Nights and ASIAN ICONOGRAPHY
Legends
  Prester John
  The Wandering Jew
  Griselda
  The Holy Grail
  The Baker of Eekloo
  Cinderella (see also Charles Perrault)
  Fairy stories
  Miscellaneous sagas
  Russian folk tales
  Legends, miscellaneous
Aristotle and Phyllis
Virgil the Magician
  Bocca della verità
  Virgil in the basket
  Lighting candles from the courtesan
  Miscellaneous
Authors'/Artists' Legends

 

MAGIC AND SCIENCE


Art and art theory
  Pattern Books
    Medieval
      Milanese ca. 1400, Rome, Gab. Naz. delle Stampe 3727-3756
      Vienna, Nationalbibliothek cod. 507
    Renaissance, anonymous, miscellaneous
    Jost Amman
    Sebald Beham
    Abraham Bloemaert
    Annibale Carracci
    Agostino Carracci
    E.-S. Chéron
    Alexander Cozens
    Odoardo Fialetti
    Oliviero Gatto
    Guercino
    Peeter de Jode
    Heinrich Lautensack
    Agostino Mitelli
    Giuseppe Maria Mitelli
    Palma Giovane
    Cesare Pollini
    Preiszler
    Crispijn van de Passe
    Nicolas Poussin
    Guido Reni
    Jusepe Ribera
    Salvator Rosa
    'Rubens'
    Heinrich Vogtherr
    Frederick de Wit
  Sketch books
    Italian, 15th Century
    Wenzel Jamnitzer
    Filippo Juvarra
    Pirro Ligorio
  Patterns & Design (see also ORNAMENT)
    Embroidery
    Jewellery
    Miscellaneous
  Proportion
    Male figure
    Female figure
    Heads
    Animals
    Architecture
    Lettering
    Miscellaneous
  Architecture
    Theory
    Technology
    Vitruvius
    Miscellaneous
  Light and Colour
    Colour
    Gombrich lecture on light, 1962
    Projection of shadows
    Miscellaneous
  Perspective
    Dürer woodcuts
    In architecture
    Foreshortening
    Anamorphosis
    Reflections
    Miscellaneous
  Illusion
    Illusion and Op Art
    Carlo Maratta: cross on book
    Painted ceilings and walls
    Quadro Riportato
    Miscellaneous
  Academic and other studies of the nude
  Studies of drapery
  Isolated sketches and preliminary studies
  Art Theory
    Artists’ instructions in mss
    Leonardo's Trattato, illustrated by Poussin
    Artistic styles and categories
    'Disegno'
    'Idea'
    'Ex ungue leonem'
    Abstraction
    Art and nature
    Art and original
    The line of beauty
    Miscellaneous
  Invention of Painting/Sculpture/Drawing/Architecture
  Invention of Corinthian capital
Writing systems
  Non-Roman
    Hieroglyphs
    Cuneiform
    Hebrew
      General
      Inscriptions
    Greek
    Slavonic
    Arabic
    Chinese
    Mongolian
    Oriental lettering as ornament in Western art
    Miscellaneous
  Roman
    Inscriptions
    Handwriting
    Script
    Lettering
    Lettering as ornament
Mathematics
  Geometrical figures
  Platonic bodies
  Compasses
  Miscellaneous mathematical instruments
  Computation
  Squaring the circle
  Allegories and miscellaneous
  Symbolism of numbers
Physics (see also Astronomy/Astrology)
Chemistry (see also Alchemy)
Biology (see also Medicine, Plants, Birds, Animals)
Technology
  Inventions
    Stradanus, Nova Reperta
    Printing press
    Machine for raising weights
    War machines
    Barometer, thermometer
    Miscellaneous machinery
    Measurement
    Surveying
    Architecture
    Factories
    Watermills, windmills
    Steam engines
    Miscellaneous
  Aeronautics
    Balloons
    Flying machines
    Space ships
    (For voyages to the moon, see Astronomy: single planets: moon)
  Navigation and surveying
    Instruments for navigation
    Mariner's compass
    Instruments for surveying
  Automata
    Western
    Eastern
    Perpetual motion machines
  Clocks, waterclocks, sundials
    Clocks and watches
    Clockwork
    Otto Kurz photos
    Waterclocks
    Sundials
  Astronomical instruments
    Astrolabes
    Armillary spheres
    Miscellaneous
  Optics
    Microscope
    Telescope
    Spectacles
    Rubens illustrations to Aguilonius, Optics
    Photography
    Miscellaneous
  Visual aids and diagrams
  Metallurgy
    Mining
    Casting
    Lead
    Iron
  Explosions and conflagrations
Medicine
  Medical Allegory
  Medical Treatises
    Cycles
    Miscellaneous    
  Anatomy
    Cycles
    Astrological/Cosmological etc.
    Animals
    Miscellaneous
    Whole figure
      Flesh intact
      Flayed or opened
      Skeletons
      Manikins
    Dissection and parts of the body
      Lessons in dissection
      Head
      Torso
      Limbs
  Satire
    Quacks
      Selling their wares
      Surgeons
      Dentists
      Doctors (miscellaneous)
  Physicians and surgeons (non-satirical)
  Apothecaries
  Diagnosis
    Urinoscopy
    Feeling the pulse
  Selection of treatment
    Zodiac man
    Planet man
    Vein man
    Wound man
  Treatment
    Cycles
    Acupuncture
    Blood-letting
    Dentistry
    Hospitals
    Opticians
    Surgery
    Surgical and medical instruments
    Miscellaneous
  Medical complaints/ Diseases
    Blindness
    Deafness/dumbness
    Epilepsy
    Gout
    Leprosy
    Love sickness: see SOCIAL LIFE
    Plague
    Swoon
    Syphilis
    Miscellaneous
  Madness
    Miscellaneous
    Psychotic art
    Cure of folly: stone operation
  Pregnancy and midwifery
  Magic and miraculous healing
    Theriac vendor
    The king's touch
    Charms
    Miscellaneous
  Rejuvenation and fountain of youth
  Veterinary medicine
  Non-European medicine
  Hygiene
  Natural functions
  Physiognomics
    A. Cozens
    Miscellaneous
    Smile
Temperaments
  Cycles
  Sanguinic
  Choleric
  Phlegmatic
  Melancholia
    Female figure alone
    Female figure with putto(s) etc
    Female figure with other human figures
    Adaptations
    Melancholy putto
    Melancholy man
    Melancholy man and woman
    Elaboration of types of melancholy
    Satirical interpretations
    Group of melancholics
    Melancholy love
    Melancholy madness
    Meditation in a landscape
    Cures for melancholy
    Miscellaneous
    Fritz Saxl notes
Alchemy
  Manuscripts
  Beccafumi woodcuts
  Maier, Atalanta fugiens
  Stolcius, Viridarium chymicum
  Mercury in alchemy
  Miscellaneous
  Alchemists
Secret Societies
  Freemasonry
  Others
Rosicrucianism
Cabala
Magic and Divination
  Divining
  Magic circles etc.
  A.A. Barb, 'The mermaid and the devil's grandmother'
  Liber hermetis
  Miscellaneous
  Amulets and talismans
    Miscellaneous
    Hand-amulets
  Ordeals
  Bocca della verità
  Magic power of the name (Abraxas)
  Magic power of the shadow
  Evil eye
  Demons, spectres, apparitions, ghosts
  Magicians (cf. SOCIAL LIFE Conjurers)
Witchcraft
  Witches
  Witchcraft
  Sorcery
Prophecy
  Prophecy in antiquity
    Augur
    Haruspex
    Pythia
    Miscellaneous
  Fortune-telling
    Male fortune-teller
    Female fortune-teller
    Miscellaneous
    Palmistry
    Fortune-telling books (‘Loosbücher’)
      Manuscripts
        Ex-Leighton Collection
        Oxford, Bodleian, Digby 46
        Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, 2352
        Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, 2652
        Vienna, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, 5327
      Printed
        Lorenzo Spirito, Libro delle Sorti
        Berlin, Incunable 424
        Sigismondo Fanti, Triompho di Fortuna
        Paul Pambst,  Strasbourg 1546 (?)
        Vagelsprake
        Miscellaneous
  Eschatological prophecy: Joachim del Fiore, Vaticinia pontificum
  Portents
  Wondrous births
  Prophets and seers
  Precious stones
  Lapidaries
Games
  Cards
    Sets
      American, 18th century
      Jost Amman
      Sebald Beham
      Master E.S.
      Ferrarese, 1491
      Jakstein collection
      Israhel van Meckenem
      Master P.W. of Cologne
      Telman von Wesel, after Master P.W.
    Playing, miscellaneous
    Tarot, miscellaneous
    Tarocchi, copy by J. Ladenspelder
      Planet deities
      Virtues
      Artes
      Muses
      Ranks
  Sibyls
    Cycles
    Individual
      Agrippan
      Cimmerian
      Cumaean
      Delphic
      Erythraean
      European
      Hellespontic
      Libyan
      Persian
      Phrygian
      Samian
      Tiburtine
      Unidentified
    Sibyls and Prophets
      Cycles
      Miscellaneous
    Sibyls and Saints
    Sibyls and Emperors
      Miscellaneous
      Augustus and the Tiburtine Sibyl
    Sibyls: texts
Astrology and Astronomy
  Almanacs (Prognostica)
    England
    France
    Germany
      Dated
      Undated
      Miscellaneous
    Italy
    Miscellaneous
  Astrologers and Astronomers
    Cycle
    Miscellaneous
  Horoscopes
    Specific
      Augustus
      Agostino Chigi
      Christ
      Luther
      Stabius
      Wallenstein
      Miscellaneous
  Paranatellonta
  Astrological cycles
    Ferrara, Palazzo Schifanoia
    Padua, Palazzo della Ragione
    Rome, Villa Farnesina
    Trento, Castello del Buon Consiglio
    Miscellaneous
      Khara Khota
      Miscellaneous
  Astrological and astronomical ceilings
    Bologna, Anatomy Theatre
    Caprarola, Villa Farnese
    Florence, Santa Croce
    Florence, San Lorenzo
    Mantua, Palazzo Ducale
    Roccabianca, Camera di Griselda
    Vatican, Cupola of the Torre Pio X
    Vatican, Appartamento Borgia
    Miscellaneous
  Planet Deities
    Cycles
      Oriental
      Antique
      Manuscripts
      Paintings
      Engravings
      Other media
      Miscellaneous
        Fewer than seven in cycle
        Seven in cycle
    Individual
      Luna
        Sol and Luna 
      Mercury
      Venus
      Sol
      Mars
      Jupiter
      Saturn
    Notes etc.
    The planets and their children
      Cycles
      Luna
      Mercury
      Venus
      Sol
      Mars
      Jupiter
      Saturn
  Constellations
    Antiquity
    Cycles
    European/Arabic comparative material
    Miscellaneous
    Andromeda
    Antecanis
    Aquila
    Ara
    Argo (=Navis)
    Auriga (=Heniochus)
    Austronotus
    Bootes
    Canis (=Sirius)
    Cassiopeia
    Centaurus
    Cepheus
    Cetus
    Corona
    Crater
    Cygnus
    Delphinus
    Draco
    Eridanus (=Fluvius)
    Hercules
    Hydra
    Lepus
    Lupus
    Lyra (=Vultur Cadens)
    Orion
    Pegasus (+Equus Minor)
    Perseus
    Piscis Magnus (=Piscis Australis)
    Pleiades
    Sagitta
    Serpentarius (=Ophiuchus)
    Testudo
    Triangulum (=Deltoton)
    Ursa maior/minor
  Milky Way
  Decans
  Zodiac
    Non-European
      Egyptian
      Indian
      Arabic
      Chinese
    Antiquity
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Cycles
    Individual
      Aries
      Taurus
      Gemini
      Cancer
      Leo
      Virgo
      Libra
      Scorpio
      Sagittarius
      Capricorn
      Aquarius
      Pisces
  'Coelus'
  Equinoxes and Solstices
  Comets
    Warburg Institute manuscript
    From E. Sherburne, The Sphere of Manilius
    Miscellaneous
  Meteorites
  Eclipses
  Macrocosm
  Microcosm and Macrocosm
  Cosmology
    Eastern and Amerindian
      India
      China
      Japan
      Siberia/N. Eurasia
      Oceania
      N. America
      Mesoamerica
      S. America
    Ancient Egypt
      Tomb of Seti I
      Sarcophagus of Seti I
      Sarcophagus of Nektanabis
      Coffin lids
      Zodiac tomb, Athribis
      Sun temple of Ne-User-Re
      Dendera
      Nut
      Papyri, British Museum
      Miscellaneous
    Ancient Near East
    Greece and Rome
    Geocentric, European, post-classical
      The circumambient elements
      The elements and spheres
      The spheres
      Allegories of spheres
      Orbits and epicycles
      Miscellaneous
    Heliocentric, Neoplatonic etc.
      Heliocentric
      Various systems
      Neoplatonic/mystical
      Kepler
      Fludd
  Celestial maps and globes
    Ancient
      Census
      Athribis
      Louvre, Paris
      Miscellaneous
    Islamic
    India
    China
    European, medieval
    Renaissance and later
    Single planets (maps etc.)
      Earth
      Moon
      Voyages to the moon
      Sun
      Mars, Venus
      Jupiter, Saturn
    Single stars
Time (see also SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY)
  Miscellaneous
  Triumph of Time
  Time veiling the past
  Signum triceps
  Ages of the world
    Three
    Six
    Seven
    Four
      Cycles
      Golden
      Silver
      Bronze
      Iron
  Almanacs and calendars
    Census
    Egyptian
    European
    Mesoamerican
  The Year
    Annus
    New Year's wishes
  Seasons
    Census
    Two seasons
      Winter and spring
      Battle between winter and spring
      Spring and autumn
      Summer and autumn
      Summer and winter
      Autumn and winter
    Four seasons
      Cycles
      Spring
      Summer
      Autumn
      Winter
    Seasons dancing to the music of Time
  Months
    Personifications
      Cycles
      Months as dancing peasants
      Flowers of the months
    Labours 
      Cycles
        Antiquity
        Mediaeval French
        Mediaeval Italian
        Mediaeval British
        Mediaeval in other countries
        Renaissance and Later
      Single months
  Days of the week
    Cycles
    Individual
  Times of Day
    Cycles
    Morning
    Midday
    Evening
    Night
    Night and Day
    Light and Darkness
  Hours
Four Elements
  Cycles
  Earth
  Air
  Fire
  Water
  Together in a single image
  Schemata
  Miscellaneous
  Effects of the elements
    Clouds
    Winds
    Rain
    Flood
    Rainbow
    Dew
    Hail
    Snow
    Movement of water
      Miscellaneous
      Waterfall
    Aurora Borealis
    Thunder and Lightning
    Storm
      On land
      At sea
      Shipwreck
    Earthquake/volcanic eruptions/avalanche
    Icebergs
Nature (see also SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY, Natura)
The Earth
  Personifications
    Miscellaneous
    Union of earth and water
  Four Regions
    Cycles
    Septentrio
    Occidens
  Four Continents
    Cycles
    Africa
    America
    Asia
    Europe
  Seven Wonders of the World
    Cycles
    Individual
    Miscellaneous
  Mountains
  Fountains and wells
  Rivers
    Four Rivers
      Bernini
      Rubens
      Misc Cycles 
    Individual Rivers
      Eridanus
      Nile
      Tiber
      Miscellaneous
    Sources
  Canals
  Bridges (see also Topography)
  Sea
  Maps of the world
    Ancient
    Medieval
    15th century
    16th century
    17th century
    18th century
  Maps
    Europe and the Mediterranean
      Britain
      France
      German lands
      Italy
        Miscellaneous
        Galleria delle Carte, Vatican
      Mediterranean Sea
      Netherlands
      Scandinavia
      Spain
    Americas
      General
      Greenland
    Africa, Asia, Australasia
      Africa
      Western Asia
      Eastern Asia
      Australasia and Oceania
    Miscellaneous
    Map cartoons (countries as people, animals etc.)
      Terrestial globes
  Cultural exchange
    Miscellaneous
    China and Europe
  Types of people
    Cycles
    Europeans
      Britons
      French/Gauls
      Spaniards
      Netherlanders/Flemings
      Italians
      Greeks
      Eastern Europeans
      Miscellaneous
    Jews
    Western Asians and North Africans
      Turks
        Cycles
          Manuscripts
          Prints
        Male
        Female
      Middle Easterners, North Africans &c.
      Persians/Parthians
      'Orientals'
    Sub-Saharan Africans
    Central, South and East Asians
      Central Asians (incl. 'Tartars')
      Indians
      India: The King of Cochin
      Southeast Asians
      Chinese
      Japanese
      Miscellaneous
    Amerindians
      North Americans
      Mesoamericans
      Inca cycle
      South Americans
    Australasians and Oceanians
      Australians
      Melanesians
      Polynesians (incl. Maori)
      Miscellaneous
  Personifications of Countries
    Census
    Cycle--countries as wise and foolish virgins (Solis)
    Bavaria
    Belgica/Netherlands
    Britannia
    Egypt
    France/Gallia
    Germania
    Greece
    Hibernia
    Hungaria
    Italia
    Judaea/Palestine
    Polonia
    Spain/Hispania
    Miscellaneous
  Personifications of Provinces
    Cycle: Italian provinces
    Roman provinces
    Post-Roman provinces
  Personifications of towns/cities
    Census
    Alexandria
    Amsterdam
    Antioch
    Antwerp
    Augsburg
    Berne
    Bologna
    Constantinople
    Cremona
    Dordrecht
    Ferrara
    Florence
    Fontainebleau
    Ghent
    Hannover
    's-Hertogenbosch
    Leiden
    Mantua
    Messina
    Naples
    Ostia and Porto
    Padua
    Paris
    Parma
    Perugia
    Pesaro
    Ravenna
    Rome
    Rotterdam
    Siena
    Swiss confederation
    Syracuse
    Trier
    Turin
    Venice
    Verona
Topography
  Utopia/Utopian cities/Ideal cities
  Ancient towns
    Alexandria
    Babylon
    Delos
    Ephesus
    Nineveh
    Persepolis
    Rhodes
    Syracuse
    Troy
    Miscellaneous
  Countries
    Africa
    Arabia
      Mecca
    Australia
    Austria
      Melk
      Salzburg
      Vienna
      Miscellaneous
    Belgium
      Antwerp
      Bruges
      Brussels
      Miscellaneous
    Brazil
    Britain
      Ancient sites: Stonehenge, Avebury etc.
      Brighton
      Cambridge
      Canterbury
      Edinburgh
      Hampton Court
      Lincoln
      Liverpool
      London
        Maps and overall views and panoramas
        The Thames
        Markets
        Parks and Gardens
        Westminster and Whitehall
        Somerset House
        Charing Cross, Strand, Fleet Street, Ludgate Circus
        Regent St, Piccadilly, Soho, Bloomsbury
        St Paul's Cathedral
        The City
        The Tower
        Greenwich
        Miscellaneous
      Norwich
      Oxford
      Rye
      Shrewsbury
      Warwick
      Windsor
      Miscellaneous towns
      Country houses, gardens and parks
    Bulgaria
    Burma
    Canada
    China
    Corfu
    Croatia
      Pola
        Temple of Augustus
        Amphitheatres
      Sebenico
      Spalato
      Zara
    Cuba
    Cyprus
    Czech Republic
    Denmark
    Egypt
    France
      French royal palaces--Gobelins cycle
      Chartres
      Corsica
      Dieppe
      Dijon
      Fontainebleau
      Lyons
      Nancy
      Nantes
      Nîmes
      Paris
      Pontoise
      Rouen
      Strasbourg
      Versailles
      Miscellaneous
    Germany
      Augsburg
      Berlin
      Bremen
      Cologne
      Dresden
      Frankfurt-am-Main
      Heidelberg
      Jena
      Lübeck
      Mainz
      Munich
      Nuremberg
      Rhineland
      Weimar
      Wittenberg
      Würzburg
      Miscellaneous
    Greece (see also Corfu)
    Holland
      Alkmaar
      Amsterdam
      Arnhem
      Delft
      Dordrecht
      Egmond
      Haarlem
      The Hague
      ’s-Hertogenbosch
      Leiden
      Nijmegen
      Rotterdam
      Scheveningen
      Utrecht
      Veere
      Miscellaneous
    Hungary
    India
    Indies, East
    Indies, West
    Iraq
    Ireland
    Israel--see Palestine
    Italy
      Albano
      Adria
      Amalfi
      Ancona
      Anquillara
      Aquapendente
      Aquileia
      Arezzo
      Ariccia
      Assisi
      Benevento
      Bergamo
      Bologna
      Bolsena
      Borghetto
      Bosco
      Bracciano
      Brescia
      Camerino
      Candia
      Caprarola
      Capri
      Carpegna
      Casale del Monferrato
      Castel Gandolfo
      Castiglione d'Olona
      Castracaro
      Castro
      Catania
      Ceprano
      Cesena
      Cividale
      Civitavecchia
      Clitunno
      Como
      Cori
      Dolo
      Doss Trento
      Elba
      Fano
      Fiesole
      Florence
        Panoramas
        Views from long distance
        Views from Arno
        Cycle of scenes: Vasari school, Palazzo Vecchio
        Streets and squares--with Palazzo Vecchio
        Streets and squares--without Palazzo Vecchio
        Palaces
        Villas
        Cathedral and churches
        Nineteenth-century views
      Fondi
      Forli
      Frascati
      Gaeta
      Genoa
      Grottaferrata
      Grottamare
      Imola
      Ischia
      Isola Bella
      Lerici
      Livorno
      Loreto
      Lucca
      Macerata
      Mantua
      Marino
      Marsala
      Melazzo
      Messina
      Mestre
      Milan
      Mirandola
      Modena
      Montefalco
      Montefiascone
      Montelupo Fiorentino
      Naples
      Nocera Umbra
      Nola
      Norcia
      Novara
      Orvieto
      Ostia and Porto
      Padua
      Paese (Villa Loredan)
      Paestum
      Palermo
      Palestrina
      Palma Nova
      Papacqua
      Parma
      Pavia
      Perugia
      Pesaro
      Pisa
      Pistoia
      Pola—see Croatia
      Pompeii
      Pozzuoli
      Villa Pratolino
      Radicofani
      Racusa
      Ravenna
      Reggio Calabria
      Reggio Emilia
      Rimini
      Rome
        Maps, panoramas, aerial views etc.
        Views without Forum
        Fora
          Census
          Forum Romanum
          Forum Boarium
          Forum of Trajan and Nerva
        Views of the Palatine
        Idealised views
        Gates
        Arches
          Constantine
          Janus Quadrifrons
          Septimius Severus
          Titus
          Miscellaneous
        Pyramids
          Census
        Columns, pyramids and obelisks
        Temples and Porticoes
          Census
          Porticoes
            Antoninus Pius
            Arcades on Monte Caelio
            Miscellaneous
          Temples
            Antoninus and Faustina
            Bacchus
            Castor
            Fortuna Virilis
            Janus
            Jupiter Serapis
            Minerva
            Minerva Medica
            Pantheon
            Romulus and Remus
            Tulliano al Carcere
            Venus Genetrix
            Vesta
            Pirro Ligorio MS, Oxford Bod. Can. Ital. 138
            Miscellaneous
        Circuses/Theatres/Thermae
          Census
          Colosseum
          Miscellaneous circuses and theatres
          Thermae
            Agrippa
            Caracalla
            Constantine
            Diocletian
            Nero
            Titus
            Trajan
            Miscellaneous
        Various antique buildings
          Census
          Baptistry of Constantine
          Mausoleums
          Basilicas
          Palaces
          Miscellaneous
        Bridges
        Islands
        Castel Sant'Angelo
        Projects for St. Peter's
        Vatican
          Maps and views
          St Peter's, interior
          St Peter's, exterior
          Cortile del Belvedere etc.
          Vatican palace, interior
        Churches
          Cycles
          A, miscellaneous
          B, miscellaneous
          C, miscellaneous
          D - F, miscellaneous
          Il Gesù
          San Giovanni in Laterano
          G - I, miscellaneous
          L, miscellaneous
          Santa Maria ... miscellaneous
          Santa Maria Maggiore
          Santa Maria della Rotonda [Pantheon]
          Santa Maria del Popolo
          San Paolo fuori le mura
          San Pietro in Montorio
          N - Z, miscellaneous
          Miscellaneous
        Capitol
        Palaces
          Cycles
            Falda
            Ferrerio
        Palaces
          Palazzo Farnese
          Miscellaneous
        Villas
          Villa Giulia
          Miscellaneous
        Fountains
          Cycle (Falda)
          Trevi fountain
          Miscellaneous
        Walls/Fortifications
        Ruins
          Cycles
          Miscellaneous
        Gardens
        Grotto of Nymph Egeria
          Census
        Campagna
        Miscellaneous
      Ronciglione
      Rovigo
      San Gimignano
      Siena
      Spoleto
      Susa
      Syracuse
      Taormina
      Terni
      Terracina
      Tivoli
        Fountains in Villa Estense (Falda)
        Miscellaneous
      Torbia
      Tortona
      Trani
      Trapani
      Trento
      Treviso
      Tricarico
      Turin
      Udine
      Urbino
      Val d'Aosta
      Vallombrosa
      Velletri
      Veneto
      Venice
        Cycles
        Maps and panoramas
        Distant views
        Palaces
          Ducal
          Miscellaneous
        Churches
          San Angelo Raffaelle
          San Francesco della Vigna
          San Geremia
          San Giacomo di Rialto
          San Giorgio dei Greci
          San Giorgio Maggiore
          Santi Giovanni e Paolo
          San Marco
          Santa Margherita
          Santa Maria della Carità
          Santa Maria Formosa
          Santa Maria dei Frari
          Santa Maria dei Miracoli
          Santa Maria della Salute
          Santa Maria degli Scalzi
          Santa Maria Zobenigo
          San Moise
          San Nicolo (Lido)
          Il Redentore
          San Rocco
          San Salvatore
          San Simeone Piccolo
          San Stae
          Miscellaneous
        Scuole
          San Marco
          Della Misericordia
          San Rocco
          San Teodoro
        Piazza di San Marco
          Looking North
          Looking East
          Looking South
          Looking West
          Miscellaneous
        Bacino di San Marco
        Molo
        Dogana
        Bridges
          Rialto
          Miscellaneous
        Canals
          Grand, with regatta
          Grand, without regatta
          Other canals
        Miscellaneous
          Arsenal
          Zattere
          Islands (Giudecca, della Grazia etc.)
          Porte del Dolo
          Lagoon
          Capriccie
          Miscellaneous
      Verona
        Views and miscellaneous
        Arches
        Gates
        Theatres
      Vicenza
      Miscellaneous
    Japan
    Lapland
    Liechtenstein
    Malta
    Mauritius
    Mexico
    New Zealand
    Palestine
      Miscellaneous
      Jerusalem
        Church of the Holy Sepulchre
        Miscellaneous
    Persia
    Peru
    Poland
    Polynesia
    Portugal
    Russia
    Singapore
    Spain
      Alicante
      Aranjuez
      Balsain
      Bermeo
      Denia
      El Escorial
      Fuenterrabia
      Granada
      Madrid
      El Pardo
      Salamanca
      Saragossa
      Seville
      Toledo
      Valladolid
      Miscellaneous
    Sweden
    Switzerland
      Basle
      Miscellaneous
    Syria
    Tunisia
    Turkey
      Constantinople
      Trebizond
      Miscellaneous
    Yugoslavia—see Croatia
Landscape
  Topographic
    Britain
    France
    Germany, Switzerland, Austria
    Italy
    Netherlands
    Miscellaneous
  Cycles
    Canta Gallina
    Castiglione
    Grimaldi
    Ricci
    Saint-Non
  Without figures  
  Antique art
  With figures in classical dress
    With cows, sheep, goats etc.
    With soldiers
    Miscellaneous
  With subsidiary narrative scenes
    Historical
    Mythological
    Religious
  With figures in modern dress
    Children
    Cows, sheep, goats etc. 
      With ruins
      Without ruins
    Soldiers
      With ruins
      Without ruins
    Travellers
      With ruins
      Without ruins
    Artists/writers
    Bathers
    Elegant company
    Fishermen/anglers
    Hunters
    Lovers
    Musicians
    Orientals
    Students of antiquities
    Washerwomen
    Miscellaneous
      With ruins
      Without ruins
  With modern buildings
    Castles
    Churches or ecclesiastical ruins
    Watermills
    Windmills
    Farm buildings, cottages etc.
    Inns
    Towns (non-specific)
    Industrial
  Types
    Arable
    Dune
    Woodland
  Times of day, seasons 
    Night or evening
    Winter
  Various
    Anthropomorphic
    With bleaching fields
    With classical buildings (not ruined)
    With symbolic reading
  Riverscapes
    With boats
      Ferries, tow barges etc.
      Not ferries, tow barges etc.
    Without boats
      With waterfalls
      Without waterfalls
  Seascapes  
    Ports and harbours
    Seashore and open sea
Gardens
  With parterres
  Without parterrres
Trees
  Census
  Almond
  Apple
  Birch
  Cedar
  Chestnut
  Cypress
  Dragon
  Eucalyptus
  Laurel
  Maple
  Oak
  Palm
  Peach
  Pine
  Poplar
  Quince
  Willow
  Groups of different trees
  Miscellaneous, and studies of tree formation
  Grafting
  Symbolic trees
    Tree of life
    Dead tree
    Miscellaneous
    (for Schematic Trees, see SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY)
Plants and flowers
  Aloe
  Artichoke
  Carnation
  Camellia
  Citrus
  Cocoa
  Coffee
  Fig
  Fungi
  Ginger
  Grapes
  Heliotrope
  Hyacinth
  Iris
  Ivy
  Lily
  Lotus
  Mandrake
  Marigold
  Myrtle
  Nuts, misc
  Papyrus
  Peach
  Peony
  Pepper
  Pineapple
  Pomegranate
  Poppy
  Potato
  Rhododendron
  Rose
  Sylphicum
  Tobacco
  Tulip
  Vine--see Grapes
  Miscellaneous and mixed flowers
  Miscellaneous and mixed fruit and vegetables
  Marvellous trees/plants
  Flower/Tree spirits
  Fossils
  Herbals
    Apuleius
    Dioscorides
    French, ca 1500
    Hortus Sanitatis/The grete herball
    Hrabanus Maurus, De Universo
    Johannes Petrus, Herbarium Pataviae
    Tacuinum sanitatis
    Pseudo-Arnoldus de Villanova
    Miscellaneous
  Botanical illustration
Animals
  Bestiaries
  Animal fables (see also LITERATURE)
    London, British Library, Egerton 1121, Das Buch der Wysheit
    Dyalogus creaturarum
    Joost van den Vondel, Vorstelijke Warande der Dieren 
    Miscellaneous
  Taming animals
  Man and animal struggling
  Fighting animals
    Census
    Tempesta
    Snyders
    Miscellaneous
  Groups of animals
  Groups of Insects/Fish, etc.
  Menagerie/zoo
  Animals playing musical intruments
  Animals (Alphabetical)
    Alligator
    Antelope
    Ant
    Anteater
    Armadillo
    Ass
    Baboon
    Badger
    Bat
    Bear
    Beaver
    Bee
    Beetle
    Bison and Buffalo
    Boar
      Census
      Miscellaneous (see also Hog, Pig)
    Butterfly and Moth
    Bull
      Vaphio beakers
      Fritz Saxl lecture on the Borgia bull
      Single, whole bulls 
      Single, partial bulls
      Bulls with other animals (including bulls)
      Bulls with humans
    Camel
    Cat
    Cat and Dog
    Cattle (see also Bull, Ox)
    Cheetah
    Cock
    Crab and Crayfish
    Crocodile
    Deer
    Dog
      Census
      Single animal (portraits etc.)
      Groups
      With other animals
      Dutch prints, Bartsch vol. 1
      Dogs and humans
    Donkey
    Dolphin
    Dragonfly
    Elephant
      Census
      Animal only
      With humans
      Elephant and Castle
      With obelisk
    Elk
    Ermine
    Fish (see also Crab, Dolphin, Shark, Lobster, Octopus, Shellfish, Squid, Whale)
    Flea
    Fly
    Fox
    Frog
    Gazelle
    Giraffe
    Goat
    Gorilla
    Grasshopper
    Guinea pig
    Hare (see also Rabbit)
    Hedgehog
    Hog (see also Boar, Pig)
    Hippopotamus
    Horse
      Census
      Tempesta cycle
      Named
      Docile action
      Violent action
      Heads
      Anatomy
      In harness
      Groups
      Fighting
      With other animals
      Tamed
      Being led or held
      Grooming
      With riders
      In warfare
      Various human uses
      Horse fair
      Miscellaneous
    Ibex
    Insects (see also Bee, Wasp)
    Jaguar
    Kangaroo
    Lamb
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Lemur
    Leopard
    Lion
      Census
      Etruscan lion, Ashmolean, Oxford
      Head
      Doorknockers
      Waterspouts
      Aquamanile
      Helmet
      On imprese, coats-of-arms etc.
      Attacking or eating men or beasts
      Subdued
      In allegorical, mythological, religious context
      Revivifying cubs
      Studies from the life
      Winged lions
      Miscellaneous
    Lioness
    Lizard
    Llama
    Lobster
    Locust
    Lynx
    Monkey
      Single figure
      Two or more
      With humans
      Taking part in human activities
        Alone, or in small groups
        Large groups
      In still lifes, with fruit etc.
      In allegorical or humorous contexts
      With the pedlar
    Marmot
    Mole
    Mongoose
    Mouse
    Mule
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Octopus
    Orang-utan
    Otter
    Ox
    Panther
    Parasites
    Pig (see also Boar, Hog)
    Porcupine
    Rabbit (see also Hare)
    Ram
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Rat
    Rat kangaroo
    Reptiles, assorted
    Rhinoceros
    Salamander
    Scorpion
    Shark
    Sheep
    Shellfish
    Snail
    Squirrel
    Squid
    Stag
    Spider
    Tamandua
    Tiger
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Toad
    Tortoise
    Wasp
    Weasel
    Whale
    Wolf
    Worm
    Zebra
  Birds
    Census
    Cycles
    Bird's nest
    Assembly/concert
    Miscellaneous
    Bittern
    Bullfinch
    Bustard
    Cock
    Cormorant
    Crane
    Crow
    Cuckoo
    Dodo
    Dove
    Duck
    Eagle--see section after Birds
    Falcon
    Goldfinch
    Goose
    Guan
    Hen
    Heron
    Kingfisher
    Lapwing
    Lyre bird
    Jay
    Magpie
    Osprey
    Ostrich
    Owl
    Birds of Paradise
    Parrot
    Partridge
    Peacock
    Pelican
    Pheasant
    Quail
    Raven
    Stork
    Sparrow
    Swallow
    Swan
    Thrush
    Turkey
    Vulture
    Eagle
      Miscellaneous
      Of Victory
      And Hare
      Double
      And Sun
      And animals
      Consecration
      Eagle and Snake
        Non-European
          Mexico
          Americas outside Mexico
          Miscellaneous
        European
          Pre-15th century
          Post-15th century
          Fritz Saxl notes and illustrations
  Snakes
    Snake and Tree/Snake and Cross
    As ornaments
    Snake-charming
    Sorcerers with snakes
    And votive gifts
    Rites
    Snake dance
    In alchemy/astrology
    Gods and snakes
    Magical power of snakes
    At banquets
    Snakes and allegories
    In natural history
    As an evil power
    Biting its own tail or encircling its own neck
    Miscellaneous
  Fabulous animals
    Single
    More than one
    In applied art, tapestries etc.
    Fabulous birds
    Amphisbaena
    Aspis
    Basilisk
    Chimaera
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Dragons
    Griffins
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Hippocamps
    Winged lions
    Manticores
    Mermaid/merman
    Phoenix
    Roc
    Salamander
    Sphinx
    Unicorn
      Cycles
      Hunt of the unicorn
      Maiden and unicorn
      Miscellaneous
    Werewolf
    Yale
  Marvels of Nature
  Marvels of the East
  Marvels of Ireland
  Monsters
    Cycles
    Antipods
    Bucephali
    Crane-men
    Cyclopes
    Cynocephali
    Giants
    Homunculi
    People with flat faces
    People with long ears
    People with long lips
    People 'whose heads do grow beneath their shoulders'
    Sciapods
    Monsters swallowing men and beasts
    Creatures with more than one head
    Creatures with one head, but two bodies
    Half-human, half-animal creatures
    Sea-monsters
    Monstrous formations of the modern era
    Monster as emblem of the good servant/wife
    Miscellaneous
  Gnomes and pygmies
  Elves/Fairies
  Wild Men
    Single figure
    Families/couples
    At work/farming
    Hunting
    With/riding animals, monsters etc.
    Fighting
    Hunted or taken captive
    With other humans
    In romances
    Holding coats-of-arms, devices etc.
    Adaptations and miscellaneous



GESTURES


Gestures. Hamburg “Pathosformeln” exhibition
Gestures and Expressions, Miscellaneous
Gestures and Expressions, Specific
  Acclamatio
  Adlocutio
  Adorans
  Bending
  Book-Burning
  Burial
  Carrying
  Command
  Crowning
  Death
    Suicide
    Killing
    Dying
  Defence
    Classic type with arm upraised (“Orpheus gesture”)
    Miscellaneous
  Denudation of breast (Sorrow, Rage)
  Derision
  Dialogue/Disputatio
  Falling
    Falling warriors (see also: Defence)
    Miscellaneous
  Fleeing
  Flying
  Garment raised to eyes (Grief)
  Glancing upward 
  Grasping victim's head
  Greeting
  Head resting in hand
    General
    Grief
    Meditation
    Rest & Sleep
  Healing
  Horror & Fear
  "Inversion"
    Enthusiasm and Agony
    Victory and Defeat
    Embrace and Wrestling
  Kneeling
  Laughter
  Metamorphosis
  Mourning/Lamentation
    Mourning gestures (Census)
    Classical figure seated, mourning (‘Penelope’)
    Lamentation and Mourning (2 folders)
  "Ninfa"
    Verona, San Zeno
    Ninfa as Spes
    Ninfa with sail-like veil
    Carrying on head
    Various
  Obscene
  Pulling and Hauling
  Pursuit/Rape
  Resurrection
  Riding {see also SOCIAL LIFE Sport
    Riding horse/Rearing horse
    Falling from horse
    Riding lion, bull etc.
  Shouting
  Stringing bow
  Supplication
  Surprise
  Threatening
  Throwing
  Tweaking ear (Derision)
  Undressing/Dressing
  Washing
  Yawning
Arm Gestures
  Arms raised to strike (Flagellation)
  Arms raised (Grief)
  Arms raised (Orans)
  Arms raised (Supplication)
  Arms raised (Surprise)
  Sleeping with arms raised above head
  Arms outstretched
Hand Gestures
  General
  Specific
    Benediction
    Valediction
    Salutation
    Clasped in grief
    Clasped in prayer
    Hands to eyes (Despair)
    Hand pointing to breast
    Hand over hearth
    Hands raised (Oath taking)
    Hand to ear (Listening)
    One finger raised (Warning)
    Hand raised (Pointing)
Expressive function of Foreshortening

 

SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY


Coins/Seals, general
Seals, 11th to 16th centuries
Stamps
Books/Printing
  Bilderbogen/block books
  Title-pages
    Without decoration
    Title surrounded by appropriate emblems/allegories
    With coats-of-arms
    With inset picture
    Frontispiece and dedications
    Title on illusionistic scroll, etc.
    Title surrounded by appropriate scenes
    Title incorporated into large picture
    Title incorporated into architecture
    Title surrounded by grotesques or fanciful decoration
  Printers' marks
    England
    France
    German lands
    Italy
    Netherlands
    Spain
  Book-plates
  Book-bindings
  Humanist printing
  Printing, 15th-century German
  Printing, miscellaneous
  Printed lettering
  Advertisements/Posters
Allegories
  'Encyclopaedic' Cycles
    General
    Cambridge, Gonville and Caius MS 428
    Ghent, University Library, Cod. 92
    Florence, Sta. Maria Novella
    Perugia, Pisano fountain
    Padua, Riccio Easter candlestick
    Rouen Cathedral, Portail des Libraires
    Saint Denis, fountain
    Sens Cathedral
    Siena Cathedral
    Milan, Trivulzio candlestick
    Vienna, Nationalbibliothek Cod. 2608
    Florence, Campanile
      General views
      Upper west: planets
      Lower west: Old Testament scenes
      Upper north: sacraments
      Lower north: artes
      Upper east: artes liberales
      Lower east: artes
      Upper south: virtues
      Lower south: artes
      Sculptures and door
    Rimini, Tempio Malatestiano
      Chapel of St Sigismund
        Virtues
        Angels
        Shieldbearers
        Miscellaneous
      Chapel of the relics
        Piero della Francesca, Portrait of Malatesta
        Apostles
      Chapel of St Michael
        Angels
        Miscellaneous
      Chapel of St Jerome
        Planets
        Zodiac
        Miscellaneous
      Chapel of the Artes Liberales
        Artes
        Sciences
        Muses
        Miscellaneous
      Chapel of the sacrament (chapel of the children's games)
      Cella della Vergine Consolatrice
      Chapel of the Madonna dell'Acqua
        Sibyls
        Ancestors
        Miscellaneous
      General views of the interior
      Exterior and comparative material
    Maerten de Vos, drawings
      Four continents
      Four ages
      Civic allegories
      Emblems
      Virtues
      Artes
    London, Albert Memorial
  Allegorical Cycles
    Barnsley Park
    Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale, cod. 9550
    Burton Agnes Hall
    Florence, Palazzo Scala
    The Hague, Mauritshuis
    Hopetoun, Linlithgow
    Quedlinburg, tapestry, marriage of Mercury and philosophy
    Rome, Castel Sant'Angelo, Sala Paolina
    Rome, Palazzo Firenze
    Stein am Rhein, Haus zum roten Ochsen, Haus zum weißen Adler
    Venice, Giovanni Bellini
    Venice, Sala del Collegio, Veronese
    Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, tapestries
    Miscellaneous
  Personal Allegories
    General
    Ancient
    Personal allegories, manuscripts
    Italy
      Rulers
      Noblemen, ecclesiastics etc.
      Authors, artists etc.
    England
    France
      François I
      Henri IV
      Louis XIV
      Rulers, miscellaneous
      Noblemen, ecclesiastics, artists etc.
      Miscellaneous
    Germany
      Rulers
      Noblemen, ecclesiastics, artists etc.
    Low Countries
    Spain
    Oriental
  Allegories, unidentified
Personifications
  Abstinentia
  Abundantia
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Abuse
  Adoratio
  Adventure
  Aeternitas
  Affability
  Aiuto
  Allegrezza
  Amicitia
  Amor
  Amor di virtù
  Amor divinus
  Fermezza d'amore
  Origine d'amore
  Riconciliatione d'amore
  Amplitudo publica
  Anima piacevole
  Anima ragionevole e beata
  Annona
  Apprensiva
  Archaeologia
  Architettura militare
  Artificio
  Assiduita
  Auctoritas
  Autexergasia
  Beatitudine--see RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY: Eight Beatitudes
  Bellezza
  Benevolentia
  Benificentia
  Benignitas
  Bontà
  Boredom
  Botany
  Bugia
  Calamita
  Calumnia
  Candor
  Capriccio
  Carestia
  Castigo
  Bona causa
  Cecita delle mente
  Celerita
  Chiarezza
  Chirurgia
  Clementia
  Cognitio dei
  Compassion
  Commerce
  Bad company
  Compuntione
  Concordia
  Confidenza
  Confusion
  Congeniality
  Conscientia
  Conservatione
  Consideration
  Consilium
  Constantia
  Consuetudo
  Contemplatio
  Contento
  Continentia
  Contrasto
  Contumacia
  Conversione
  Copia
  Corruttella
  Courage
  Credito
  Cruelty
  Cupidity
  Curiosità
  Custodia tuta
  Cybernetics
  Dance
  Dazio
  Debilitas
  Debit
  Decoro
  Deficiency
  Demos
  Desiderium
  Desperatio
  Destiny
  Detraction
  Devotion
  Diffidentia dei
  Dignità
  Digiuno
  Dilectio
  Diligentia
  Diplomacy
  Discordia
  Discretion
  Disegno
  Disgrazia
  Dispreggio
  Divinitas
  Doctrine
  Dolor
  Dominio
  Dovizia
  Drama
  Ebrietas—see Bacchanal; Drinking
  Elemosina
  Elettione
  Eloquentia
  Equitas
  Error
  Erudition
  Essercitio
  Ethica
  Eventus
  Exile
  Experientia
  Fama
    Allegories
      Triumph
      With image of famous person
      With/writing inscription
      Bad Fame
      Miscellaneous
    Single figure
      Half-length
      Seated
      Standing
      Flying
      Covered in ears/eyes/tongues
      On horseback
      With globe
      Without trumpet
  Fames--see Hunger
  Fatigue
  Fatum
  Fear--see Pavor
  Feconditas
  Felicitas
  Fever
  Fidelitas
  Fiducia
  Fine
  Firmitudine
  Fishing
  Flagello di Dio
  Flattery
  Foedus
  Folly
  Forbearance
  Freedom
  Freedom of Speech
  Fraus
  Frugalitas
  Fulguratio
  Furor
  Furor poeticus
  Furto
  Gaudium
  Gelosia
  Generosity
  Giuditio
  Gloria
  Grassezza
  Gratia
  Gratia Dei
  Gratitude
  Good news
  Happiness
  Harmonia
  Health
  Hilaritas publica/pontificia
  Hippocresia
  Historia
  Honesty--see Modestia, Sincerity
  Honour
  Horticulture
  Hospitality
  Hostilitas
  Humanitas
  Humilitas
  Hunger
  Hypocrisy--see Hippocresia
  Hunting
  Ichonografia
  Idleness--see also Vices: Acedia
  Idolatry
  Ignavia
  Ignorantia
  Illusion
  Imaginatione
  Imitatio
  Immortality
  Impossibility
  Impudentia
  Inconstantia
  Independence
  Indocilità
  Induciae
  Industria
  Inertia
  Infidelitas
  Infirmitas
  Inganno
  Ingegno
  Inimicitia
  Injustitia
  Innocentia
  Inquietudo
  Insanitas
  Insidia
  Inspiratio
  Integrity
  Intellectus
  Intelligenza
  Intemperantia
  Intrepidità
  Inventione
  Investigatione
  Irresolution
  Iuventus
  Jocus
  Joy--see Gaudium
  Judicium
  Jurisprudence
  Knowledge
  Labor
  Largitas
  Lascivia
  Latri
  Laus
  League
  Lex
  Liberalitas
  Libertas
  Libero Arbitrio
  Light
  Loquacita
  Magnanimitas
  Magnificence
  Maestas
  Malattia
  Maledicenza
  Malignitas
  Mansuetudine
  Maternity
  Matrimonial chastity
  Meditatione
  Memoria
  Mendacity
  Mensura
  Merito
  Metanoia
  Milicia
  Mint
  Mirth
  Miseratio
  Misericordia (cf. Psalm 85)
  Moderatio
  Modestia
  Monarchy
  Moneta
  Mundus
  Municipality
  Munificence
  Natura
  Natural understanding
  Human nature
  Navigatio--see also Artes Mechanicae
  Necessita
  Negligentia
  Nobilitas
  Numismatics
  Obtrectatio
  Occasio
    Cycle
    Miscellaneous
  Odium
  Oeconomia
  Operatione
  Opulentia—see Riches
  Ossequio
  Otium
  Paganism
  Parsimonia
  Particeps
  Patientia
  Patriotism
  Pavor
  Pax
    Single figure
    Complex allegories (cf. Psalm 85)
    With Abundantia/Concordia
  Peccato
  Pecunia
  Perfettione
  Perfidia
  Periculum
  Persecutio
  Perseverantia
  Pertinacia
  Pestilentia
  Piacere
  Pietas
  Pity
  Pleasure and pain
  Poena dei
  Poison
  Politics
  Pompa
  Potestas
  Poverty--see also Riches
  Praedestinatio
  Praemium
  Precedenza
  Printing
  Prodigalità
  Progress
  Prosperity
  Providentia
  Publicity
  Pudicitia
  Pulchritudo--see Bellezza
  Punitio
  Puritas
  Quaestura
  Quies
  Ratio
  Rebellion
  Reciprocity
  Regimen
  Religio
  Res publica
  Rest
  Riches (and Poverty)
  Rivalita
  Rumour—see Fama
  Sagacity
  Salus
  Sanitas
  Sapientia
  Sapientia divina
  Sapientiae emolumenta
  Turris sapientiae
  Satire
  Scientia
  Secrecy
  Security
  Seductio
  Senectus
  Sensibility
  Sensuality
  Sententia
  Servitus
  Severitas
  Silentium (see also Tacita)
  Simplicitas
  Sincerity
  Slander—see Calumnia
  Sobriety
  Solitude
  Sorrow and Sadness
  Sors
  Sovereignty
  Speech (parts of)
  Spia
  Splendour
  Statecraft
  Sterilitas
  Studio
  Stultitia
  Superstitio
  Supplication
  Suspicio
  Tacita (see also Silentium)
  Temeritas
  Tenacità
  Theologia
  Theory and practice
  Time
  Timor Dei
  Tolerantia
  Tragedy
  Tranquility
  Transience (see also Vanitas)
  Translatio
  Transport
  Tribulatio
  Typography
  Tyranny
  Unione civile
  Unity
  Bona valetudo--see Health
  Valore
  Vanitas--see separate category at end of Personifications
  Vanity (not Vanitas)
  Velocity
  Vengeance
  Venustas
  Veritas--see separate category at end of Personifications
  Victory
  Vigilantia
  Virginity
  Virility
  Vis
  Vita activa/vita contemplativa
  Volontà
  Voluptas
  Currialis voluptas (selfish love of family)
  Wealth
  Will
  Yearning
  Zeal
Vanitas
  Female personifications
    Without urn, mirror or wings
    With mirror
    With urn
    With wings
  Homo bulla
  Male personifications
  Scholars and saints
  Portraits and self-portraits--see PORTRAITS
  Hay wain
  Still life--see SOCIAL LIFE, Still life
  Miscellaneous
Veritas
  Miscellaneous
  Truth and falsehood
  Truth and justice
  Vanitas/veritas
  Time and truth
    General/with other allegories (cf. Psalm 85)
    Time frees truth
    Time carries truth aloft
    Time unveiling truth
    Time and truth: notes
Virtus
  Census
  Miscellaneous
  Virtù heroica
  Virtù guerriera
Virtues
  Triumph of virtue
  Crowning of virtue
  Path of virtue, etc.
  Ladder of virtue
  Virtues: de sex aliis cherubim
  Virtues--various
  Cycles
    Engravings
    Other media
  Theological virtues
    Cycles
    With their mother, Sophia
    Fides
    Spes
    Caritas
      With 1 or 2 children
      With 3 or more children
      Suckling child
      River-god type
      'Anna Selbdritt' type
      Without children
      Misericordia type
      Offprints
      Adaptations
      In various allegorical contexts
      Caritas Romana
  Cardinal Virtues
    Cycles
    Fortitude
    Justice
      Single figure
      Single figure: medals
      With other allegorical figures (cf. Psalm 85)
      Allegories
      Miscellaneous
      Adaptations
    Prudence
      One-faced
        With mirror
          With serpent(s) 
            Only
            With dove
            With lion or column
            With lance
          Without serpent(s)
            With book
            With hart or stag
            With cornucopia
            With dividers or compass
            With sieve and coffin
            With sword
        Without mirror
          With serpent(s)
            Only
            With dove
            With book
            With dividers or compass
           Miscellaneous personifications
           Miscellaneous allegories 
      Two-faced
      Three-faced
    Temperance
  Monastic Virtues
    Cycles
    Poverty
    Obedience
    Chastity
  Virtues of the Christian
  The virtues reconciled
Vices
  Cycles
  Acedia
  Avaritia
  Gula
  Invidia
  Ira
  Luxuria
  Superbia
  Vice: general
  Triumph of Vice
Virtues and Vices
  Cycles
  Prudentius illustrations
  Combat of virtue and vice (psychomachia)
  Virtue trampling on vice
  Regensburg tapestry
  Miscellaneous
Schemata
  Cycles
    Ramon Lull, Arbor scientiae
    Peter of Poitiers, Arbores historiarum
  Philosophical
    Schemata of the artes (Arbor scientiae)
    Tree of Porphyry
    Logical diagrams
  Kindred
    Genealogical trees
    Trees of consanguinity/affinity
  Miscellaneous
    Trees of faith
    Trees of virtues and vices
    Rotae religionis
    Rota of the paternoster
    Rotary, miscellaneous
    Arboreal, miscellaneous
    Various layouts
Philosophical Systems
Arts
  Classifications of the Arts, General
    Scientia
    Mechanica
    Disciplina
    Theory and Practice
  Inventors of the Arts
    Adam
    Children of Lamech
    Arbor Scientiae
    Miscellaneous
  Cycles—various arrangements
    Four Faculties
    Triumph of Philosophy
    Triumph of Sciences
    Miscellaneous
  Artes Liberales
    Cycles
      Trivium & Quadrivium only
      Trivium & Quadrivium with Philosophia
      Trivium & Quadrivium with unorthodox additions/substitutions
      In unusual allegorical/narrative contexts
    Cycles of Artes liberales & mechanicae combined
    Individual
      Trivium
        Grammatica
        Rhetorica
        Dialectica
      Quadrivium
        Arithmetica
        Geometrica
        Musica
        Astronomia (and Astrologia)
      Miscellaneous
        Theologia
        Philosophia
        Poesia
  Artes Practicae
    Politica
    Oeconomia
    Ethica
  Artes Mechanicae, Scholastic series
    Cycles
    Agricultura
    Armatura
    Lanificium
    Medicina
    Navigatio
    Theatrica
    Venatio
  Artes Mechanicae, subdivisions of Armatura
    Sculptura, Pictura, Architectura in combination
    Sculptura
    Pictura
    Architectura
    Ars Fabrilis
    Miscellaneous
  Allegories of Art
    Patronage
    Struggles and Progress of Young Artist
    Allegories of Deserved Success
    Artist and Fame (Hoogstraten)
    Art and Fame
    Art and Nature
    Ut pictura poesis
    Pittura and disegno, her father
    Allegories of Artists {see also Personal Allegories
    Allegory of Art (Carducho)
    Academies of design (allegorical) {see also SOCIAL LIFE
    Painting admitted to the liberal arts
    The arts protected
    The arts attacked/art and war
    Destruction of the arts (Giovanni da San Giovanni)
    Miscellaneous
Symbols
  Anchor
  Anvil
  Apple
  Arrow
  Balance
  Ball
  Bandage over mouth
  Bay tree
  Bear
  Bed
  Beehive and Bees
  Bell
  Birds
  Blindfold
  Boar
  Book
  Bread
  Breast
  Bridle
  Bubbles
  Bugles
  Bull
  Butterfly and Moth
  Caduceus
  Camel
  Candle
  Carnation
  Chameleon
  Chess(board)
  Children
  Circle
  Claw
  Clock
  Cloud
  Club
  Cockerel
  Column
  Comedy
  Compasses
  Coral
  Corn
  Cornucopia
  Cradle
  Crescent
  Cross
  Crossbow
  Crossroads
  Crow
  Crucible
  Cube
  Death's head
  Diamond
  Dog
  Drowning
  Eagle
  Ears--see Eyes and ears
  Egg
  Elephant
  Ermine
  Eyes and ears
  Fascio
  Feet and legs
  Fish, fishing line
  Flame, fire, fireworks
  Flower
  Fountain
  Gag over mouth
  Globe
  Grapes
  Grass
  Hair
  Hands
  Head
  Heart
  Hedgehog
  Hen
  Herb  
  Horse
  Hourglass
  Human limbs
  Hunchback
  Insects, invertebrates
  Keys
  Labyrinth
  Ladder
  Lamb
  Lamp, lantern
  Level
  Lightning
  Lily
  Lions
  Lock
  Mandala
  Mask
  Matrix
  Measuring rod
  Mirror
  Monastery
  Money
  Monkey
  Moon
  Nimbus
  Oak
  Olive
  Palm branch
  Pen
  Phoenix
  Pitcher
  Pomegranate
  Plumb line
  Purse
  Rainbow
  Ram's head
  Rape plant
  Reins--see Bridle
  Ring
  Rock
  Rose
  Rope
  Rudder
  Scales--see Balance
  Sceptre
  Saddle
  Shell
  Shield
  Ship
  Sieve
  Snail
  Spectators
  Square
  Stage
  Star
  Stilts
  Sun
  Sunflower
  Swastika
  Sword
  Temple
  Thistle
  Throne
  Tongue
  Torch
  Tortoise
  Tower
  Tree
  Triangle
  Trident
  Trumpet
  Tulip
  Vine, vineyard
  Washing
  Wash-basin
  Wasps
  Watering of plants
  Wheel
  Windmill
  Winged orb
  Wings
  Y
  Yoke
Antique Roman military insignia
Imprese
  Cycles
  Carafa
  Este and Gonzaga
  Farnese
  Medici
  Academic
  Miscellaneous
Devices
  Figures from Tervarent, Présence de Virgile dans l'Art (1967)
  Oxburgh hangings
Coats of Arms
  Cities/Countries
  Of individuals and families
    British
    French
    German
      Royal/Imperial
      Aristocratic/bourgeois
      Ecclesiastic
      Humanists and artists
    Italian
      Albani
      Aldobrandini
      Barberini
      Barbo
      Bessarion
      Borghese
      Chigi
      Colonna
      Cornaro
      Este
      Farnese
      Gondi
      Gonzaga
      Lambertini
      Medici
      Odescalchi
      Pamphilij
      Rangone
      Rovere
      Rucellai
      Sforza
      Spinola
      Strozzi
      Visconti
      Identified, miscellaneous
      Unidentified, miscellaneous
    Low Countries
    Spain
    Switzerland
    Islamic
  Unidentified
  Treatises
Proverbs
  Cycles
  German
  'Silence is golden'
  'As the old sing, so the young pipe'
  Washing the Ethiopian
  The world upside down
  Miscellaneous
Emblems
  Crispin de Passe album
  'Les regrés et deuil de la reine mère'
  Miscellaneous
Riddles/Rebuses
  Images to be read
  Figured poetry
  Riddle of Nijmegen    
  Miscellaneous
Exempla
Memory/Ars Memorandi
  Rhetorica christiana, Rome 1579
  Robert Fludd
  Designs for memorising
Natura Animalis
Senses
  Four, or fewer
    Cycles
  Five
    Cycles
    Individual
      Sight
      Touch
      Hearing
      Smell
      Taste
Ways of Life
  Rich vs. poor
  Arcadian Life
    Illustrations to Sidney's Arcadia
    Tapestries, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
    Giorgione, Tempesta
    Miscellaneous
'Et in Arcadia Ego'
Allegories of Man
Allegories of Education
Allegories of Life
  Fons Vitae
  Tabula Cebetis
    Cycles
    General
  Dance of Life
  Miscellaneous
Cycle of Life, Death, Reincarnation
The Ages
  Cycles
  Three Ages
  Four Ages
  Five Ages
  Six Ages
  Seven Ages
  Ten Ages
  Twelve Ages
  Single Ages
    Youth
    Old age
  Youth and Age
  Miscellaneous
Fortuna
  Census
  Cycles
  Wheel of fortune
    With people on wheel
    Without people on wheel
  With cornucopia
    With rudder
    Without rudder
  With sail/veil
    Only
    With globe/ball
    Without globe/ball
      On ship
      On fish or shell
  With miscellaneous attributes
    Globe or ball (without sail)
    Bridle
    Horse
    Rudder (without cornucopia
  With other personifications or deities
    Lotto
    Mercury
    Mercury abducting Fortune/Happiness
    Poverty/Envy
    Prudence/Wisdom
    Virtus
  Various
    With many arms
    With black and white face
    Good and bad
    Chased or captured
    The tree of fortune
    Distributing gifts
    Triumph of fortune
    Symbols
    Adaptations
    Miscellaneous
Infortuna
Occasio
Sleep
  Miscellaneous
  Waking up
Dream
Nightmare
The Soul
  Cycles
  Weighing of souls
  Chariot of the Soul
  Garden of Souls
  Soul, with memory, intelligence and free will
  Departed soul, soul separated from body
  Miscellaneous
Death
  Ars Moriendi
    Cycles
    Miscellaneous
  Memento Mori
    Putto with skull
    Youth, Innocence and Death
    Skull
    Portraits with skull, clock or hourglass
    Skeleton
    Corpse
      Miscellaneous
      Miraculous preservation of corpse    
    Miscellaneous
  Inheritance/Wills/etc.
  Allegories
    Personifications
    Genius of death/sleep—see GODS & MYTHS Genius of death
    Memorial pictures
    With Sin and Satan
    With Virtue
    With Time
    With Christ
    With St Francis
    In the mouth of Hell
    Death triumphing (cf. Triumph of Death)
    With Love
    Miscellaneous
  Various aspects
    As skeleton
    As young man
    On bull
    As carpenter
    As archer
    On horseback
    In Mouth of Hell
  Life and Death
    Death and man
    Death and woman
    Death and loving couple
    Death and love
    Death and the family/the ages
    Death and child
    Death and the alchemist
    Death and the fool
    Death and the pilgrim
    Death and the poet
    Death and drinkers/death at the feast
    Death and the priest
    Death and the miser
    Death and the huntsman
    Death and the warrior
    Death and the woodcutter
    Death and various professions and trades
    Death and the social order
    Battle against death
    Playing chess with death
    Fighting with death
    Death and the poor
    Passage of dead to the underworld
    Miscellaneous allegories
  The Three Living and the Three Dead
  Images of Death & the Dead
    Suicide
    Murder
    Corpse
    Elegies
    Memorial pictures
    Death-bed
  Triumph of Death (see also LITERATURE Petrarch)
    Palermo, Palazzo Sclafani
    Campo Santo, Pisa
    Burton Agnes Hall
    Pieter Brueghel
    Miscellaneous
  Dance of Death
    15th-century woodcuts
    Basler Totentanz
    La Chaise-Dieu
    St Mary, Beram
    Bernt Notke, St Nicholas, Talinn
    St Stefano, near Pinzolo
    Marienkirche, Lübeck
    Holbein
    Rubens, after Holbein
    Miscellaneous
  Funeral Ceremonies
    Oriental
    Egyptian
    Greek
    Roman
    Etruscan
    Ancient funerary banquets
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Laying out of body
    Mourners
    Miscellaneous
    Christian
      Lying in state
      Funeral procession
      Funeral oration
      Mass of the dead
      Burial
    Specific funerals
      William of Orange
      Elizabeth I
      Agostino Carracci
      Archduke Albert
      Pope Gregory XV
      Archduchess Isabella
      Duke of Wellington
      Miscellaneous
    Catafalques
      England
      France
      German lands
      Italy
      Netherlands
      Spain
      Sweden
Tombs, Ancient
  Mass graves
  Mausoleum
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Urns
    Census
    Miscellaneous
Tombs, general
  Cemeteries
  Epitaphs--see RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY, Memorial paintings
  Sketches/reconstructions
  Imaginary/allegorical
  Virgil's tomb
  Ovid's tomb (Tomb of the Nasonii)
  Roman funerary monuments, altars and reliefs
      Census
      Miscellaneous
  Ancient tombs, miscellaneous
    Egyptian
    Middle Eastern
    Persian
    Chinese
    Celtic
  Greek
    Stelai, single figures
    Stelai, groups
    Sarcophagi
    Attic grave, Lecythos
    Miscellaneous
Hellenistic
  Nemrut Dagi, Antiochus I  
Etruscan
    Tombstones
    Tombs
    Sarcophagi
  Roman
    Stelae
    Sepulchral monuments
    Funerary portrait busts and sculpture
    Portrait busts from Palmyrene tombs
    Sarcophagi
      Census
      Miscellaneous
      Claudia Antonia Sabina
      Asian type
      Strigil type
  Early Christian and Medieval Sarcophagi
    Early Christian
      Census
      Arles
      France outside Arles
      Milan
      Ravenna
      Rome
        Lateran Museum
        Terme, churches, palaces etc.
        Vatican
      Various locations
    Medieval
  Early Christian stelae
  Jewish sarcophagi
  Post-classical period
    Rulers and immediate families
      Italy
        Milan
        Naples
        Rimini
        Tuscany
        Verona
        Venice
        Miscellaneous
        Savoy
      France
      German lands
      Great Britain
      Portugal
      Spain
      Miscellaneous countries
    Popes
      Adrian VI
      Alexander VI
      Alexander VII
      Clement II
      Clement IV
      Clement VIII
      Clement X
      Clement XI
      Eugenius IV
      John XXIII
      Gregory X
      Gregory XIII
      Innocent VIII
      Innocent XII
      Julius II
      Leo X
      Martin V
      Nicholas V
      Paul II
      Paul III
      Pius II
      Pius III
      Sixtus IV
      Sixtus V (catafalque)
      Urban VI
      Urban VIII
      Miscellaneous
    Cardinals
    Ecclesiastics
      Bishops, Italian
      Bishops, German and Austrian
      Bishops, other countries
      Abbesses
      Monks and clerics
    Artists and architects
    Scholars and teachers
    Soldiers and sailors
    Italian: Specific families
      Bardi
      Baroncelli
      Bolognetti
      Carafa
      Ilaria del Carretto
      De Caro/Cacace
      Medici
      Marco Polo
      Sassetti
      General
    Italian: General   
       With equestrian figure
       With memento mori/ skeleton imagery
       With effigy lying in state ( and ‘camera funebre’)
       With effigy: slabs or freestanding, not wall-tombs
       With ‘activated’ effigy
       With a praying image of the deceased
       Integrating ancient sarcophagi
       Without Effigy
       With busts or images of the deceased in profile
       Miscellaneous
        
       


   British tombs
      Unidentified
      London
        Greater
          Charlton
          Chelsea
          Finsbury Charterhouse
          Fulham
          Greenwich
          Putney
          Southwark
        City
          Public Record Office
          Churches
            St Bartholomew the Great
            Christ Church Spitalfields
            St Dunstan-in-the-West
            St Giles-in-the-Fields
            St Helen's Bishopsgate
            St Olave's
            Temple
            St Paul's Cathedral
              Naval commanders
                Collingwood
                Nelson
                Miscellaneous
              Military commanders
              Miscellaneous
        Westminster
          St Margaret's
          Westminster Abbey
            Royalty
              Eleanor of Castile
              Richard II and Anne of Bohemia
              Henry III
              Edward III
              Henry V
              Henry VII and Elizabeth of York
              Margaret Beaufort
            Not royalty
              Earl of Mansfield
              Duke of Newcastle
              Sir Isaac Newton
              Sir Henry Norris
              Lady Elizabeth Nightingale
              Matthew Prior
              James Thomson
              Thomas Thynne
              Roger Townshend
              Francis Vere
              Admiral Vernon
              Admiral Wager
              Sir Peter Warren
              William de Valence, Earl of Pembroke
              Bishop Joseph Wilcocks
              General Wolfe
              Miscellaneous
                A-C
                D-G
                H-N
                O-S
                T-W
                Memorial tablets
    Countries other than Italy or Britain
      Belgium
      France
      Germany and Austria
      Netherlands
      Portugal
      Spain
      Sweden
      Turkey
      United States
    Jewish tombs
    Tombs of animals and hunters
    British tombs outside London
      Unidentified
      England
        Bedfordshire
          Campton
          Turvey
        Berkshire
          Bisham
          Eton
          Radley
          Sunning
        Buckinghamshire
          Amersham
          Chenies
          Fawley
          Great Missenden
          Hambledon
          Hardmead
          Hillesden
          Middle Claydon
          Wing
        Cambridgeshire
          Bassingbourn
          Cambridge
            St Botolph's
            Gonville and Caius College
            Great St Mary's
            Trinity College
          Conington
          Ely
        Cheshire
          Higher Plover
        Cornwall
          Bodmin
          Lanreath
          St Tudy
        Cumberland
        Derbyshire
          Ashbourne
          Ault Hucknall
          Crich
          Darley Dale
          Derby
          Duffield
          Morley
          Trusley
          Swarkestone
        Devonshire
          Bickleigh
          Bovey Tracey
          Calverleigh
          Chudleigh
          Crediton
          East Ogwell
          Exeter
          Haccombe
          Holcombe Regis
          Newton St Cyres
          Tiverton
          Upton Helions
          Wolborough
        Dorset
          Sherbourne
          Uvedale
          West Chelborough
          Whitchurch Canonicorum
        Essex
          Abbess Roding
          Ashen
          Blackmore
          Borley
          Castle Hedingham
          Chelmsford
          East Donyland
          Goldhanger
          Gosfield
          Great Waltham
          Great Yeldham
          Horndon-on-the-Hill
          Ingatestone
          Latton
          Layer Marney
          Leigh-on-Sea
          Leyton
          Little Badow
          Maldon
          North Ockenden
          Orsett
          Runwell
          Saffron Walden
          Shenfield
          Stanstead Mountfitchet
          Theydon Garnon
          Tollesbury
          Tolleshunt D'Arcy
          Toppesfield
          Waltham Abbey
          Walthamstow
          West Ham
          Willingdales
          Woodham Ferrers
          Writtle
        Gloucestershire
          Badminton
          Dumbleton
          Gloucester
          Sapperton
        Hampshire
          East Tisted
          Harbridge
          Hurstbourne Priors
          Ibsley
          Isle of Wight: Brading
          Porchester
          Portsmouth
          Titchfield
          Whitchurch
          Winchester
        Herefordshire
          Abbey Dore
          Bacton
          Ballingham
          Bishopstone
          Bishop's Frome
          Bosbury
          Brinscop
          Burghill
          Burrington
          Castle Frome
          Colwall
          Croft
          Evesbatch
          Eye
          Hatfield
          Hereford
          Kentchurch
          Kinnersley
          Llandinabo
          Llanwarne
          Lugwardine
          Madley
          Marden
          Mathon
          Mordiford
          Much Cowarne
          Much Dewchurch
          Much Marde
          Pembridge
          Ross-on-Wye
          Sytton
          Ullingswick
          Westhide
        Hertfordshire
          Berkhamsted
          Gorhambury
          Hatfield
          Hertingfordbury
          Hunsdon
          Knebworth
          North Mimms
          Watford
          Wheathampstead
        Kent
          Boughton Monchelsea
          Boughton-under-Blean
          Canterbury
          Chilham
          Cobham
          Husborne Crawley
          Lullingstone
          Lynstead
          Maidstone
          Mersham
          Wingham
        Leicestershire (and Rutland)
          Ashby-de-la-Zouche
          Bottesford
          Exton
          Fenny Drayton
          Quorndon
          Stapleford
          Stoughton
        Lancashire
          Didsbury
          Standish
        Lincolnshire
          Belton
          Hainton
          Snarford
          South Carlton
          South Cockerington
          Spilsby
          Stallingborough
          Stamford
        Middlesex
          Cranford
          Enfield
          Hadley
          Hampton
          Harefield
          Stanmore
          Stanwell
        Norfolk
          Braconash
          Emneth
          Holkham
          North Walsham
          Norwich
          Oxburgh
          Oxnead
          Paston
          Titteshall
          Wymondham
        Northamptonshire
          Blatherwick
          Charwelton
          Easton Neston
          Great Brington
          Newbottle
          Rushton
          Stanford-on-Avon
          Staverton
          Stowe
        Northumberland
          Hexham
          Lindisfarne
        Nottinghamshire
          Clifton
          Cotham
          Langar
          Ratcliffe-on-Soar
          Sibthorpe
          Southwell
          Wollaton
        Oxfordshire
          Dorchester
          Great Milton
          North Leigh
          Oxford
            Christ Church
            Magdalen College
            Merton College
            New College
          Rotherfield Greys
          Somerton
          Thame
          Yarnton
        Shropshire
          Acton Burnell
          Berrington
          Bitterley
          Burford
          Cardingham
          Condover
          Culmington
          Kinlet
          Ludford
          Ludlow
          Norton-in-Wales
          Onibury
          Pitchford
          Tong
          Wroxeter
        Somerset
          Bristol
          Hinton St George
        Staffordshire
          Blithfield
          Burton Agnes
          Clifton Campville
          Hanbury
          Marchington
          Penkridge
        Suffolk
          Acton
          Ampton
          Barrow
          Barsham
          Bury St Edmunds
          Belstead
          Boxted
          Bramfield
          Culford
          Dalham
          Denham
          Framlingham
          Great Saxham
          Hasted
          Hengrave
          Hessett
          Lakenheath
          Lavenham
          Little Saxham
          Long Melford
          Kedington
          Mildenhall
          Ousden
          Redgrave
          Wickhambrook
        Surrey
          Cheam
          Egham
        Sussex
          Arundel
          Ashburnham
          Brighton
            Hangleton
            Stanmer
          Chiddingly
          Romsey
          Westhampnett
          West Wittering
        Warwickshire
          Alveston
          Bidford-on-Avon
          Birmingham
          Caldecote
          Charlecote
          Chesterton
          Churchover
          Compton Verney
          Coughton
          Coventry
          Ettington
          Great Packington
          King's Norton
          Leamington Hastings
          Moreton Morrell
          Newbold-on-Avon
          Salford Priors
          Seckington
          Shuckburgh
          Stoneleigh
          Stratford-upon-Avon
          Tysoe
          Warwick
          Weston-under-Wetherley
          Wolvey
          Wootton Wawers
        Westmorland
          Appleby
        Wiltshire
          Broad Hinton
          Lacock
          Ludgershall
          Lydiard Tregoze
          Salisbury
            Cathedral
              Gorges monument
              Hertford monument
              Other monuments
          West Lavington
        Worcestershire
          Astley
          Badsey
          Bengeworth
          Chaddesley Corbett
          Croome d'Abitot
          Cropthorne
          Elmley Castle
          Hagley
          Mamble
          Norton
          Shelsley Walsh
          Stockton-on-Teme
          Wickenford
          Wickhamford
          Worcester
            Cathedral
              Anon, ca 1640
              Freake
              Moore
              Thornborough
              Others A-G
              Others H-Z
        Yorkshire
          East Riding
            Bainton
            Beverley
            Burton Agnes
            Hemingbrough
            Howden
            Londesborough
            Lowthorpe
            South Dalton
            Wentworth
            Wineshead
            York
              Minster
              Churches other than Minster
          North Riding
            Bedale
            Coxwold
            Goldsborough
            Kirkdale
            Middleham
            West Tanfield
          West Riding
            Ilkley
            Knaresborough
            Ripley
            Ripon
            Ryther
            Selby
            Sheffield
            Thornhill
            Whitkirk, Leeds
            Worsbrough
      Ireland
        Callan
        Carrickfergus
        Dublin
        Lusk
        Newtown Trim
        Sligo
        Tashinny
      Scotland
        Ayrshire
          Dreghorn
          Dundonald
          Fenwick
          Kilmaurs
          Kirkmichael
        Miscellaneous
      Wales
        Abergavenny
        Montgomery
        Whitchurch
      Designs and sketches for British tombs


PORTRAITS


Rulers
  Cycles
    Census
      Busts, Roman rulers with Hannibal, ‘Turita’ and Charles V, Casa de Pilatos, Seville 
  Ancient Near East (see also PRE-CLASSICAL ICONOGRAPHY)
    Egyptian
    Babylonian and Assyrian
    Hittite
    Persian
  Barbarian
    Attila
    Ostrogothic kings in Italy
    Lombard kings
  Ancient, miscellaneous
    Hannibal
    Miscellaneous
  Early Greek rulers, statesmen, commanders etc.
    Alcibiades
    Lycurgus
    Pericles
    Phocion
    Solon
    Athenian kings
    Miscellaneous
  Greek and Hellenistic rulers
    Census
    Alexander the Great
    Antiochus III of Syria
    Attalos I of Pergamon
    Cleopatra
    Euthydemos I of Bactria
    Hieronymus, king of Syracuse
    Mausolos (and Artemisia)
    Mithridates VI of Pontus
    Perseus of Macedonia
    Philetairos of Pergamon
    Philip II of Macedon
    Philip V of Macedon
    Ptolemy I Soter
    Ptolemy II Philadelphus
    Ptolemy III Euergetes
    Ptolemy IV Philopator
    Ptolemy V Epiphanes
    Ptolemies of uncertain identity
    Seleucus Nicator of Syria
    Tigranes of Armenia and Syria
    Hellenistic queens
    Greek and Hellenistic rulers (male) of uncertain identity
  Kings of Rome
    Romulus
    Numa Pompilius
    Servius Tullius
  Consuls and other Roman statesmen
    Census
      M. Agrippa
      M. Brutus
      Gn. Domitianus Corbulo
      Pompeianus
      Sextus Pompeius
      Pompey the Great
      Scipio Africanus
      Aelius Verus
      Unidentified
    Miscellaneous
      M. Agrippa
      M. Furius Camillus
      Catiline
      M. Porcius Cato
      M. Curius
      Gn. Coelius Saturninus Dogmatius
      G. Laelius
      M. Claudius Marcellus
      C. Marius
      Pompey the Great
      Rufius Probianus
      Scipio Africanus
      L. Cornelius Sulla
      G. Terentius Varro
      Aelius Verus
      Consular diptychs
      Consuls--unidentified
      Roman statesmen, miscellaneous and unidentified
  Roman emperors
    Cycles
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Cuirass sculptures
    Tetrarchs
    Miscellaneous and general
    Individual
      Census
        Unidentified
        Aemilianus
        Allectus
        Anthemius
        Antoninus Pius
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Arcadius
        Priscus Attalus
        Augustus
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Aurelianus
        Marcus Aurelius
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Balbinus
        Basiliscus
        Julius Caesar
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Caligula
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Caracalla
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Carausius
        Carinus
        Claudius
        M. Aurelius Claudius
        Decimus Claudius Albinus
        Commodus
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Constans
        Constantine I, the Great
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Constantine II
        Constantine III
        Constantius Chlorus
        Constantius II
        Constantius III
        Crispus
        Decius
        Diadumenianus
        Didius Julianus
        Diocletian
        Domitian
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Eugenius
        Gaius
        Galba
        Galerius
        Gallienus
        Trebonianus Gallus
        Germanicus
        Geta
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Gordian
        Gratian
        Hadrian
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Heliogabalus
        Herennius Etruscus
        Honorius
        Hostilianus
        Jovianus
        Julian
        Aurelius Julianus
        Justinian
        Leo I
        Lucinius
        Lucius Verus
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Macrinus
        Magnentius
        Magnus Maximus
        Maxentius
        Maximian
        Maximinus Thrax
        Nero
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Nerva
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Pescennius Niger
        Numerianus
        Octavian
        Otho
        Pertinax
        M. Julius Philippus
        Postumus
        M. Aurelius Probus
        Pupienus
        Quietus
        Romulus Augustulus
        Alexander Severus
        Flavius Valerius Severus
        Libius Severus
        Septimius Severus
        Tacitus
        Theodosius
        Tiberius
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Titus
        Trajan
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Valens
        Valentinian I
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Valentinian II
        Vespasian
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Vitellius
          Census
          Miscellaneous
        Volusianus
  Roman empresses, women of imperial families, and imperial lovers
    Antinous
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Census
      Agrippina the elder
      Faustina the elder
      Faustina the younger
      Miscellaneous
    Agrippina the elder
    Agrippina the younger
    Domitia
    Faustina the elder
    Faustina the younger
    Julia Mammaea
    Julia Domna
    Julia Maesa
    Julia Paula
    Julia Pia
    Livia
    Messalina
    Poppaea
    Sabina
    Miscellaneous
Julio-Claudian princes
Members of imperial families
Non-imperial portraits
  Identified
  Unidentified
    Census
    Male
      Heads, busts, herms
      Sculptures
      Boys
    Female
    Couples
    Miscellaneous
Greek and Hellenistic portraits
  Unidentified citizens
    Female
    Male
Rulers
  African
  Armenian
  Austria--see German lands
  Belgium
  Bohemia
  Burgundy
    Charles the Bold
    Philip the Good
    Miscellaneous dukes
  Byzantium
    Heraclius
    Leo VI
    John VIII Paleologus
    Miscellaneous
  Central Asia (cf. ASIAN ICONOGRAPHY)
  China (cf. ASIAN ICONOGRAPHY) 
  Crete
  Cyprus
  Denmark
  Egypt (Seljuk, Mamluk etc.)
  Ethiopia
  Frankish emperors
    Charlemagne
    Lothar I & II
  France
    Miscellaneous
    Clovis
    Charles the Bald
    Louis IX
    Charles V
    Charles VI
    Charles VII
    Charles VIII
    Louis XI
    Louis XII
    François I
      Busts
      Full-length and equestrian
      Marguerite de Navarre
      Louise de Savoie
      Wives
    François II
    Henri II
      Busts
      Full-length and equestrian
      With Catherine de Médicis and children
      Catherine de Médicis
    Charles IX
      Miscellaneous
      Elizabeth of Austria
    Henri III
      Miscellaneous
      Louise de Lorraine
    Henri IV
      Parents
      Medals
      Portraits
      Equestrian portraits
      Historical and allegorical portraits
      Marguerite de Valois
      Mistresses
      With Marie de Médicis
      Marie de Médicis
    Louis XIII
      Miscellaneous
      Anne of Austria
    Louis XIV
      As a child
      Less than full length
      Full length
      Equestrian portraits
      Historical and allegorical portraits
      Maria Theresa
      Madame de Maintenon
      Children
    Louis XV
      Miscellaneous
      Marie Leczinska and children
    Louis XVI
      Miscellaneous
      Marie Antoinette
      Children
    Napoleon I
      Miscellaneous
      Wives, son and other family
    Louis XVIII
    Charles X
    Louis Philippe
    Napoleon III and Eugénie
  German lands
    Miscellaneous rulers
    German emperors
      Otto I
      Otto II
      Otto III
      Henry I
      Henry II
      Henry IV
      Henry VI
      Frederick I Barbarossa
      Otto IV
      Frederick II
      Charles IV
      Sigismund
      Frederick III
      Maximilian I
        Ancestors
        Bust/half-length
        On horseback
        Allegorical/historical scenes
        Wives
      Charles V
        Genealogy
        Medallions
        Bust/half-length
        Full length
        On horseback
        Allegorical/historical scenes
          Heemskerck, Military achievements
          Miscellaneous
        Charles V and Isabella of Portugal
        Isabella of Portugal
        Children of Charles V—see also Philip II of Spain 
      Ferdinand I
        Miscellaneous
        Anne of Hungary
      Maximilian II
        Miscellaneous
        With Anne of Austria and their children
      Rudolf II
      Matthias
      Ferdinand II
      Leopold I
      Ferdinand III
      Charles VI
      Maria Theresa
      Joseph II
      Wilhelm I
      Wilhelm II
    Regional rulers
      Anhalt
      Ansbach
      Austria
      Bavaria
      Bohemia
      Brandenburg
      Brunswick
      Hannover
      Hesse
      Mansfeld
      Mecklenburg
      Palatinate
      Prussia
      Saxony
        Henry the Lion
        Frederick the Wise
        John I the Faithful
        John Frederick the Magnanimous
        Sibylla of Cleves
        Miscellaneous
      Saxony
      Swabia
      Westphalia
      Wittelsbach
      Wurttemberg
  Great Britain (see also Scotland)
    Cycles and miscellaneous
    Alfred
    Edgar
    Edward the Confessor
    Harold
    William I
    William II
    Henry I
    Henry II
    Richard I
    John
    Henry III
    Edward I
    Edward II
    Edward III
    Richard II
    Henry IV
    Henry V
    Henry VI
    Edward IV
    Richard III
    Henry VII
      With Elizabeth of York
      Elizabeth of York
      Children of Henry VII and ELizabeth of York
    Henry VIII
      Busts
      Full length
      Chatsworth cartoons, Holbein
      With the barber-surgeons
      Wives and children
        Miscellaneous
        Catherine of Aragon
        Anne Boleyn
        Jane Seymour
        Anne of Cleves
        Catherine Howard
        Catherine Parr
    Edward VI
    Lady Jane Grey
    Mary I (see also wives of Philip II of Spain)
    Elizabeth I
      As princess
      Profile busts
      Busts
      Half length
      Full length
      Enthroned
      With order of garter
      With ermine
      With sieve
      With emblems
      In allegories
      In processions/progresses
      Amusing herself
      Miscellaneous
      Fakes
    James I
      As boy
      Bust/half length
      Full length
      Allegories etc.
      With wife and children
      Anne of Denmark
      Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales
      Children
    Charles I
      As boy
      Bust/half length
      Full length
      Equestrian
      Miscellaneous
      With Henrietta Maria
      Henrietta Maria
      Children
    Protectorate
      Oliver Cromwell
      Richard Cromwell
    Charles II
      As boy
      Bust/half length
      Full length
      Equestrian
      Allegorical/historical
      Catherine of Braganza
    James II
      As boy
      Bust/half length
      Full length
      Allegorical/historical
      Wives and children
    Stuart Pretenders
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      Charles Edward Stuart
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  Lorraine
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  Netherlands
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      Pippin of Brabant
      Louis de Male
      Philip the Bold
      John the Fearless
      Philip the Good
      Charles the Bold
      Mary of Burgundy
      Dukes and duchesses of Burgundy, miscellaneous
      Dukes and duchesses of Brabant, miscellaneous
    Southern Netherlands
      Margaret of Austria
      Margaret of Parma
      François duke of Anjou
      Archduke Albert of Austria
      Archduchess Isabella
        In court dress
        In religious dress
      Cardinal Infante Ferdinand of Austria
        As a cardinal
        As a soldier
    Northern Netherlands
      William I of Orange
        Miscellaneous
        Wives
      Maurice
      Frederick Henry
      William II
      Princes of Orange, miscellaneous
      Rulers of the Netherlands, miscellaneous
  Oceania
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  Poland
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    Peter the Great
    Catherine the Great
    Miscellaneous
  Sardinia
  Scotland
    Fergus II
    Robert the Bruce
    Robert II
    James I
    James II
    James III
    James IV
    James V
    Mary Queen of Scots
    James VI--see James I, Great Britain
    James VII--see James II, Great Britain
  Sicily
  Spain
    Miscellaneous
    Alfonso V of Aragon
    Jaime I of Aragon
    Ferdinand and Isabella
    Philip I the Fair
      Miscellaneous
      Wife and children
    Philip II
      Bust/half length
      Full length
      Allegories
      Wives
        Cycle
        Mary of Portugal
        Anne of Austria
        Mary Tudor (see also rulers of Great Britain)
        Elizabeth of Valois
      Children
        Caterina Michela
        Don Carlos
    Philip III
      Miscellaneous
      Children
        Miscellaneous
        Infanta Maria
    Philip IV
      Bust/half length
      Full length
      Wives
        Isabella of Bourbon
        Maria Anna of Austria
      Children
        Balthasar Carlos (Philip Prosper)
        Maria Theresa
        Margaretha Theresia
    Charles II
    Philip V
    Ferdinand VI
    Charles III
    Charles IV
    Ferdinand VII
  Sweden
    Gustavus Adolphus
    Christina 
    Charles XI
    Miscellaneous
  Turkey—for portraits by Ottoman artists see ASIAN ICONOGRAPHY
    Cycles
    Mehmet the Conqueror
    Süleyman the Magnificent
    Miscellaneous
Aristocracy--miscellaneous countries except Italy and Great Britain
  France
    Alençon
    Anjou
    Berry
    Bourbon
    Burgundy
    Bonaparte
    Condé
    Guise
    Joyeuse
    Lorraine
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    Orléans
    Miscellaneous
      Male
      Female
      Groups and families
  German lands
    Germany
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  Low Countries
  Spain
    Male
    Female and groups
  Miscellaneous
    Central and East European
    Irish
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    Swedish
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  Great Britain
    Peerage
      Albermarle
      Argyle
      Arundel
      Bedford
      Buckingham
      Burgh
      Burlington
      Caernarvon
      Chesterfield
      Cleveland
      Craven
      Cumberland
      Denbigh
      Derby
      Devonshire
      Dorset
      Dunfermline
      Dundee
      Essex
      Miscellaneous A-E
      Folkestone
      Gloucester
      Godolphin
      Gordon
      Gower
      Gramont
      Hamilton
      Harborough
      Howard
      Huntingdon
      Huntly
      Iveagh
      Kent
      Lauderdale
      Leicester
      Lennox
      Leven
      Lindsay
      Miscellaneous F-L
      Marlborough
      Monmouth
      Newcastle
      Norfolk
      Northumberland
      Norfolk
      Ormond
      Oxford
      Pembroke
      Petersborough
      Powerscourt
      Miscellaneous M-P
      Richmond
      Rochester
      Rutland
      Salisbury
      Shaftesbury
      Sheffield
      Shrewsbury
      Somerset
      Southampton
      Strafford
      Strathmore
      Suffolk
      Sunderland
      Surrey
      Tweeddale
      Warwick
      Westmorland
      Winchelsea
      Worcester
      York
      Miscellaneous Q-Z
    Minor aristocracy, knights etc.
    Scottish lairds and chieftains
    Unidentified and miscellaneous
Bourgeoisie--miscellaneous countries except Italy
  Great Britain
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  Germany
  Switzerland
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  Spain
Florentine families--except Medici
  Acciaioli
  Albizzi
  Aldobrandini
  Arnolfini
  Bardi
  Doni
  Ginori
  Della Luna
  Marsupini
  Martelli
  Mellini
  Mucini
  Nasi
  Panciatichi
  Portinari
  Quaratesi
  Rucellai
  Salviati
  Sassetti
  Strozzi
  Tani
  Tornabuoni
  Vecchietti
  Vespucci
  Vettori
Florentine families--Medici
    Groups
    Miscellaneous
    Early members of family
    Giovanni di Bicci
    Children of Giovanni di Bicci
      Cosimo il Vecchio
      Lorenzo
    Children of Cosimo il Vecchio
      Pietro il Gottoso
      Giovanni
      Carlo
    Children of Pietro il Gottoso
      Lorenzo il Magnifico
      Giuliano
      Others
    Children of Lorenzo il Magnifico
      Pietro
      Giovanni, Pope Leo X
      Giuliano, Duke of Nemours
    Grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Lorenzo il Magnifico
      Lorenzo di Pietro, Duke of Urbino
      Cardinal Ippolito, son of Giuliano
      Caterina, daughter of Lorenzo di Pietro, queen of France
    Descendants of Giuliano di Pietro il Gottoso
      Giulio, Pope Clement VII
      Alessandro, son of Giulio
      Giulio, son of Alessandro
    Descendants of Lorenzo di Giovanni di Bicci
      Pierfrancesco il Vecchio
      Lorenzo di Pierfrancesco il Vecchio
      Giovanni di Pierfrancesco il Vecchio
      Pierfrancesco il Giovane
      Giovanni delle Bande Nere
      Lorenzino di Pierfrancesco il Giovane
    Duke Cosimo I
    Children of Duke Cosimo I
      Francesco I
      Ferdinando I
      Others
    Grandchildren of Duke Cosimo I
      Children of Francesco I
      Cosimo II, son of Ferdinando I
      Other children of Ferdinando I
    Children of Duke Cosimo II
      Ferdinando II
      Other children
    Children of Duke Ferdinando II
      Cosimo III
      Other children
    Children of Duke Cosimo III
      Gran' Principe Ferdinando
      Anna Maria Luisa
      Giangastone
Italian aristocracy (outside Florence) 
  Acquaviva
  Altieri
  Anjou
    Louis II
    René
  Aragon
    Alfonso I
    Alfonso II
    Federigo IV
    Ferrante II
    Maria
    Isabella
    Giovanna
  Arringhieri
  Avalos
  A, miscellaneous
  Baglioni
  Barbadori
  Barberini
    Francesco
    Antonio
    Carlo
    Taddeo
    Maffeo
  Bentivoglio
    Giovanni II
    Males, miscellaneous
    Females, miscellaneous
  Borghese
  Borgia
    Cesare
    Lucrezia
  B, miscellaneous
  Carafa
    Andrea
    Gregorio
  Cardona
  Carrara
  Colonna
    Males
    Females
  Contarini
  Cornaro
    Caterina
    Miscellaneous
  Cybo Malaspina
  C, miscellaneous
  Dianti
  Doria
    Andrea
    Miscellaneous
  D, miscellaneous
  Este
    Males
      Agarino
      Niccolò III 
      Leonello
      Borso
      Francesco, illegitimate son of Leonello
      Ercole I
      Sigismondo
      Alfonso I
      Ercole II
      Ippolito II
      Francesco, marquess of Massa
      Alfonso II
      Filippo
      Luigi
      Francesco I, duke of Modena
      Miscellaneous
    Females
      Isotta
      Isabella
    Beatrice
    Renea
    Eleonora
    Miscellaneous
  Farnese
    Pierluigi
    Alessandro, cardinal
    Ottavio
    Ranuccio, cardinal
    Alessandro
    Ranuccio I
    Odoardo
    Ranuccio II
    Francesco Maria
    Vittoria
    Girolama
  F, miscellaneous
  Gonzaga
    Males
      Marquesses of Mantua
        Gianfrancesco
        Ludovico
        Federigo I
        Francesco II
      Dukes of Mantua
        Federigo II
        Francesco III
        Guglielmo
        Vincenzo I
        Francesco IV
        Ferdinando
        Vincenzo II
        Carlo I
        Carlo II
        Ferdinando Carlo
      Cadet branches and miscellaneous
        Ferrante I of Guastalla
        Cesare of Guastalla
        Ferrante II of Guastalla
        Novellara Gonzagas
        Sabbioneta Gonzagas
        Miscellaneous
    Females
      Elisabetta
      Eleonora
      Ippolita
      Miscellaneous
  Grimaldi
  Grimani
  G, miscellaneous
  I, miscellaneous
  Lomellini
  L, miscellaneous
  Malatesta
    Sigismondo
    Domenico
    Pandolfo
    Carlo
    Giacomo
    Miscellaneous
  Marzani
  Montefeltro
    Federigo
    Guidobaldo
    Miscellaneous
  M, miscellaneous
  N, miscellaneous
  Odescalchi
  Omodei
  Orsini
    Camillo
    Fulvio
    Paolo Giordano I
    Flavio
    Paolo Giordano II
    Males, miscellaneous
    Giulia
    Girolama
    Isabella
    Females, miscellaneous    
    History, allegory etc.
  O, miscellaneous
  Pallavicini
  Piccolomini
  Pio da Carpi
  Porto
  P, miscellaneous
  Rammi
  Rangoni
  Rovere
  Saluzzo
  Scaligeri, Della Scala
  Sforza  
    Cycle
    Males
      Francesco I
      Alessandro
      Galeazzo Maria
      Costanzo
      Lodovico il Moro
      Gian Galeazzo
      Francesco, ‘Il Duchetto’
      Massimiliano
      Francesco II
      Miscellaneous
    Females
      Ginevra
      Battista
      Caterina
      Bianca Maria
      Bona
      Miscellaneous
  Spada
  Spinola
  S, miscellaneous
  Taverna
  Trivulzio
  T, miscellaneous
  Visconti
    Azzone
    Luchino
    Giangaleazzo
    Filippo Maria
    Males, miscellaneous
    Females, miscellaneous
  Vitelli
  U, V, Z, miscellaneous
  Unidentified
Italian rulers--by place
  Genoa
  Lombardy
  Naples
  Sicily
  Tuscany
  Vicenza
  House of Savoy
    Dukes of Savoy
    Kings of Sardinia
    Kings of Italy
    Branches of the House of Savoy
  Venice
    Doges
      Pietro I Orseolo
      Ordelafo Falier
      Giovanni Dandolo 
      Giovanni Gradenigo
      Francesco Foscari
      Pasquale Malipieno
      Cristoforo Moro
      Niccolo Marcello
      Andrea Vendramin
      Giovanni Mocenigo
      Marco Barbarigo
      Agostino Barbarigo
      Leonardo Loredan
      Antonio Grimani
      Andrea Gritti
      Pietro Lando
      Francesco Donato
      Marcantonio Trevisano
      Girolamo Priuli
      Alvise Mocenigo
      Sebastiano Venier
      Niccolo da Ponte
      Pasquale Cicogna
      Marino Grimani
      Marcantonio Memmo
      Giovanni Cornaro I
      Niccolo Contarini
      Francesco Molin
      Giovanni Pesaro
      Marcantonio Giustiniani
      Francesco Morosini
      Giovanni Cornaro II
      Carlo Ruzzini
      Pietro Grimani
      Francesco Loredan
      Lodovico Manin
      Miscellaneous
    Senators, Procurators, etc.
Italian rulers, 20th century
Italian aristocracy
Italian bourgeoisie
  Identified
  Unidentified
    Male
    Female
  In the Low Countries
Popes
  Cycles
  Miscellaneous
  Before Martin V
    Adeodatus
    Adrian
    Agatho
    Anacletus
    Anastasius I-IV
    Anicetus
    Anterus
    Benedict I-XII
    Boniface I-IX
    Caius
    Calixtus I-II
    Celestine I-V
    Christopher I
    Cletus
    Conon
    Constantine I
    Cornelius
    Damasus
    Dionysius
    Domnus I-II
    Eleutherius
    Deusdedit I
    Eugenius I-III
    Eusebius
    Eutychianus
    Evaristus
    Fabian
    Felix I-IV
    Formosus
    Gelasius
    Hadrian I-V
    Gregory I-XII
    Hilarius
    Honorius
    Hormisdas
    Hyginus
    Innocent I-VIII
    John I-XXII
    Julius I
    Lando I
    Leo I-IX
    Liberius
    Linus
    Lucius I-III
    Marcellinus
    Marcellus I
    Marcus
    Martin I-IV
    Melchiades
    Nicholas I-IV
    Paschal I-II
    Paul I
    Pelagius I-II
    Peter
    Pius I
    Pontianus
    Romanus
    Sabinianus
    Severinus
    Sergius I-IV
    Simmachus
    Simplicius
    Siricius
    Sisinus
    Sixtus I-III
    Soterus
    Sylvester I-II
    Telesphorus
    Theodore I-II
    Urban I-VI
    Valentinus I
    Victor I-III
    Virgilius
    Vitalianus
    Zacharias
    Zeferinus
    Zozimus
  Martin V and after
    Alexander VI
    Alexander VII
    Alexander VIII
    Benedict XIII
    Benedict XIV
    Benedict XV
    Calixtus III
    Clement VII
    Clement VIII
    Clement IX
    Clement X
    Clement XI
    Clement XII
    Clement XIII
    Clement XIV
    Eugenius IV
    Gregory XIII
    Gregory XIV
    Gregory XV
    Hadrian VI
    Innocent VIII
    Innocent IX
    Innocent X
    Innocent XI
    Innocent XII
    Innocent XIII
    John XXIII
    John Paul I-II
    Julius II
    Julius III
    Leo X
    Leo XI
    Marcello II
    Martin V
    Nicholas V
    Paul II
    Paul III
    Paul IV
    Paul V
    Pius II
    Pius III
    Pius IV
    Pius V
    Pius VI
    Pius VII
    Pius IX
    Pius XI-XII
    Sixtus IV
    Sixtus V
    Urban VII
    Urban VIII
Cardinals
  Albani
  Albergati
  Aldobrandini
  Armagnac
  Azzolino
  A, miscellaneous
  Bandini
  Barberini
  Bembo
  Bentivoglio
  Bessarion
  Borghese
  Borja
  Bouillon
  Bourbon
  Bousy 
  Brandenburg
  B, miscellaneous  
  Caetani
  Capisucchi
  Capponi
  Carafa
  Carpegna
  Cennini
  Cerri
  Cesi
  Chigi
  Colonna
  Crispi
  C, miscellaneous
  D, miscellaneous
  Este
  E, miscellaneous
  Farnese
  F, miscellaneous
  Gastaldi
  Gessi
  Gonzaga
  Granvelle
  Grimani
  G, miscellaneous
  H, I, J, K, miscellaneous
  Lorraine
  Ludovisi
  L, miscellaneous
  Madruzzo 
  Massimi
  Mazarin
  Medici
  Moroni
  M, miscellaneous
  N, miscellaneous
  Odescalchi
  Orsini
  Ottoboni
  O, miscellaneous
  Pamphilij
  Perrenot—see Granvelle
  Pio
  Portocarrero
  Pucci
  P, miscellaneous
  Q, miscellaneous
  Richelieu
  Rospigliosi
  Rovere
  R, miscellaneous
  Salviati
  Sanesio
  Santacroce
  Sauli
  Savelli
  Sfondrati
  Spada
  S, miscellaneous
  T, miscellaneous
  U, V, miscellaneous
  Weld
  York
  Zabarella
  W, X, Y, Z, miscellaneous
  Unidentified and miscellaneous
Archbishops
  A-Z
Bishops
  A-Z, with individual folders for:
    Attobello Averoldo, bishop of Pola
    Henry of Blois, bishop of Winchester
    Cornelio Musso, bishop of Bitonto
  Unidentified and groups
Clerics
Abbots and abbesses
Monks and friars
Nuns
Greek Orthodox priests
Russian Orthodox priests
Officers of the Order of Malta
Rabbis
Theologians
  Groups of Protestants
  Unidentified
  Abelard and Heloise
  Bede
  A-B miscellaneous
  Jean Calvin
  John Colet
  Nicolaus Cusanus
  Duns Scotus
  C-D miscellaneous
  Desiderius Erasmus
  E-F miscellaneous
  G-H miscellaneous
  Irimbert of Admont
  John of Leyden
  I-K miscellaneous
  Martin Luther
  Rabanus Maurus
  Philipp Melanchthon
  L-M miscellaneous
  N-O miscellaneous
  P-R miscellaneous
  Girolamo Savonarola
  S-T miscellaneous
  John Wesley
  John Wiclif
  Hulrich Zwingli
  U-Z miscellaneous
Professions
  Actors
    Cycle
    Robert Elliston
    David Garrick
    Edmund Kean
    John Kemble
    Miscellaneous
  Actresses
    Frances Abington
    Sarah Bernhardt
    Eleonora Duse
    Yvette Guibert
    Sarah Siddons
    Peg Woffington
    Miscellaneous
  Aeronauts
  Alchemists
  Antiquaries
  Archaeologists
  Architects (see also Artists)
  Art dealers
  Art historians
    Miscellaneous
    Warburgian (as also Historians)
      Aby Warburg
      Fritz Saxl
      Gertrud Bing
      Henri Frankfort
      Otto Kurz and Ernst Gombrich
      Miscellaneous
  Astronomers/Astrologers
    Cycle
      Heinrich Vogtherr
    Miscellaneous
    Modern, post-1900
  Athletes and sportsmen
  Bankers--see Merchants etc.
  Beauticians
  Booksellers
  Builders
  Calligraphers
  Collectors
  Composers--see Musicians
  Couturiers
  Dancers
  Educationalists
  Engineers and inventors
  Explorers--see Travellers
  Geographers
  Goldsmiths
  Historians
    Cultural Historians: Warburgian
       Nicolai Rubinstein 
       Frances A. Yates
    Miscellaneous
  Horticulturalists
  Humanists--see Scholars
  Impresarios
  Industrialists
  Jewellers
  Journalists
  Lawyers and scholars of law
  Mathematicians
  Merchants, bankers etc.
  Mistresses
    Aspasia
    Madame du Barry
    Gabrielle d'Estrées
    Nell Gwynn
    Louise de Kerouaille, Duchess of Portsmouth
    Lady Hamilton
    Diane de Poitiers
    Madame de Pompadour
    Madame Récamier
    Louise de la Vallière
    Simonetta Vespucci
    Miscellaneous
  Musicians and composers
    Johann Sebastian Bach
    Ludwig van Beethoven
    Frédéric Chopin
    Orlando Gibbons
    Christoph Willibald von Gluck
    George Frederick Handel
    Joseph Haydn
    Gustav Mahler
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Henry Purcell
    Jean-Philippe Rameau
    Gioacchino Rossini
    Franz Schubert
    Robert and Clara Schumann
    Jean Sibelius
    Igor Stravinsky
    Jan Pietersz Sweelinck
    Richard Wagner
    Performers, miscellaneous
    Composers, miscellaneous
  Numismatists
  Philologists
  Physicians and nurses
    A-Z
    Miscellaneous
  Printers, print-sellers and publishers
  Reformers and philanthropists
  Scholars
    A-Z
    Miscellaneous
  Scientists
    Robert Boyle
    George-Louis de Buffon
    Nicolaus Copernicus
    Charles Darwin
    Kenelm Digby
    Albert Einstein
    Sigmund Freud
    Galileo Galilei
    Francis Galton
    William Harvey
    Alexander von Humboldt
    David Jenner
    Antoine Lavoisier
    Anthonie van Leeuwenhoek
    Carl Linnaeus
    Joseph Lister
    A-M miscellaneous
    Isaac Newton
    Luca Pacioli
    Theophrastus Paracelsus
    Joseph Priestley
    Andreas Vesalius
    N-Z miscellaneous
    Groups of scientists
  Secretaries
  Thieves
  Travellers and explorers
    Christopher Columbus
    James Cook
    Vasco da Gama
    Marco Polo
    Walter Raleigh
    Miscellaneous
  Statesmen, politicians and ambassadors
    United States of America
      Benjamin Franklin
      Thomas Jefferson
      Abraham Lincoln
      George Washington
      Miscellaneous
    Great Britain
      Stanley Baldwin
      Arthur James Balfour
      Henry, Viscount Bolingbroke
      George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham
      William Cecil, Lord Burghley
      George Canning
      Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh
      Winston Churchill
      Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon
      Thomas Cromwell
      Benjamin Disraeli
      Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex
      Charles James Fox
      William Gladstone
      Warren Hastings
      Christopher Hatton
      Arthur Bonar Law
      Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester
      David Lloyd George
      Ramsay MacDonald
      Thomas More
      Henry John Temple, Viscount Palmerston
      Robert Peel
      Spencer Perceval
      William Pitt the Elder
      William Pitt the Younger
      Robert Cecil, Earl of Salisbury
      Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of Shaftesbury
      Robert Shirley
      Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford
      Robert Walpole
      Francis Walsingham
      Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington (see also Commanders)
      Cardinal Wolsey
      John Yonge
      Miscellaneous
    France
      Georges d'Armagnac
      Thomas Bohier
      Charles de Bourbon
      Georges Clemenceau
      Jean-Baptiste Colbert
      Gaspard de Coligny
      Marquis de Lafayette
      Jules Mazarin--see Cardinals
      Anne de Montmorency
      Armand-Jean du Plessis, Cardinal Richelieu--see Cardinals
      Pierre Séguier
      Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand
      Adolphe Thiers
      Guillaume Jouvenal des Ursins
    German lands
      Otto von Bismarck
      Klemens von Metternich
      Miscellaneous
    Hungary
    Italy
    Java
    Low Countries
    Nepal
    Persia
    Russia
    Spain
    Turkey
    Venice
    Miscellaneous
  Civic dignitaries
  Officers of royal households
  Assassins
  Revolutionaries and spies
  Commanders
    Ancient
    Austria
    Byzantium
    Great Britain
      Military
        Robert Clive
        Eyre Coote
        Duke of Cumberland
        Thomas Fairfax
        John Hampden
        William Hargrave
        Duke of Marlborough
        George Monck
        Marquis of Montrose
        Prince Rupert of the Rhine
        Duke of Wellington (see also Statesmen)
        James Wolfe
        Miscellaneous
      Naval
        William Bligh
        James Cook--see Travellers and explorers
        Nicholas Carew
        Francis Drake
        Lord Howard of Effingham
        Horatio Nelson
        Miscellaneous
    France
      Cycle
      Miscellaneous
    Germany
    Italy
      Andrea Doria
      Military
      Naval
    Low Countries
      Flemish
      Dutch
        Military
        Naval
    Poland
    Russia
    Scandinavia
    Spain
      Duke of Alva
      Francisco de Moura Cortereal
      Don John of Austria
      Ambrogio Spinola
      Miscellaneous
    Turkey
    Miscellaneous
  Pirates and sea-rovers
  Authors and philosophers
    Cycles
    Classical authors and philosophers
      Census
      Groups
      Miscellaneous
      Poet/poetess (type)
      The seven sages
      Aeschines
      Aeschylus
      Aesopus
      Agathon
      Anacharsis
      Anacreon
      Anaxagoras
      Anaxarchus
      Anaximander
      Antipater of Cyrene
      Antisthenes
      Apollonius
      Aratus
      Arcesilaus
      Archillas
      Archimedes
      Archytas
      Aristides
      Aristippus
      Aristomachus
      Ariston of Chios
      Aristophanes
        Census
          Portrait bust, Uffizi, Florence
        Miscellaneous
      Aristotle
      Aulus Gellius    
      Avienus
      Bias
      Callisthenes
      Carneades
      Cato
      Catullus
      Cebes
      Chilon of Sparta
      Chrysippus
      Cicero
        Census
          Portrait bust, Giardino di Boboli, Florence 
          Portrait bust, Uffizi, Florence
        Miscellaneous
      Claudian
      Cleanthes
      Cleobulus
      Cleombrotus
      Clitomachus
      Confucius
      Corinna
      Crates
      Demetrius
      Democritus
        Hippocrates visiting Democritus
        Democritus and Heraclitus
        Miscellaneous
      Demosthenes
        Census
          Portrait bust, Giardino di Boboli, Florence
        Miscellaneous
      Diodorus Cronus
      Diodorus Siculus
      Diogenes
        Census
          Diogenes in a barrel, altar lid, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Rome
        'Homo Platonis'
        Discarding his cup
        Seeking a man
        Miscellaneous
        Adaptations
      Dionysius Halicarnassus
      Dioscorides
      Donatus
      Empedocles
      Ennius
      Epaphroditus
        Census
          Seated statue, Palazzo Altieri, Rome
      Epictetus
      Epicurus
      Epimenides
      Euclid
      Eudoxus
      Euripides
        Census
          Portrait bust, Galleria Estense, Modena
        Miscellaneous
      Eurylochus
      Galen
      Harpocrates
      Heraclides
      Heraclitus (see also Democritus)
      Hermarchus
      Hermes Trismegistus
      Herodotus
      Hesiod
      Hipparchia—see Crates
      Hippocrates
      Homer
        Census
          Homer between Iliad and Odyssey, end of a Muse sarcophagus, Louvre, Paris
          Portrait bust, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Miscellaneous
        Adaptations
      Horace
      Hortensius
      Iamblichus
      Isocrates
      Josephus
      Justinus
      Juvenal
      Kronos
      Livy
      Lucian
      Lysias
        Census
          Portrait bust, Museo Nazionale, Naples
        Miscellaneous
      Manilius
      Martianus Capella
      Menander
      Menedemus
      Menippus
      Metrodorus
      Monymus
      Moschion
      Myson
      Oppian
      Ovid
      Paedianus    
      Palaemon
      Periander
      Persius
        Census
          Relief portrait, Villa Albani, Rome
        Miscellaneous
      Petronius
      Pherecydes
      Philemon
      Pindar
      Pittacus
      Plato
        Census
        Miscellaneous
      Pliny the Elder
      Pliny the Younger
      Plotinus
      Polemon
      Poseidippos
      Plutarch
      Poseidonus
      Protagoras
      Prudentius
      Ptolemy
      Publius Sirius
      Pyrrho
      Pythagoras
      Quintilian
      Sallust
      Sappho
      Seneca
        Farnese type (‘Pseudo-Seneca’)
        Guido Reni type
        Miscellaneous
      Simon
      Socrates
        Census
          Portrait bust, Museo Capitolino, Rome
          Gem, untraced
        Socrates and Xanthippe
        Miscellaneous
      Solon
      Sophocles
      Speusippus
      Statius
      Stilpo
      Suetonius
      Tacitus
      Terence
      Thales
      Theocritus
      Theodorus
      Thucydides
      Timon
      Virgil
      Xenocrates
      Xenophanes
      Xenophon
      Zeno
    Post-classical authors and philosophers
      Types
        The poet
        Miscellaneous poets
        Author/philosopher miscellaneous types
        Author at his desk
      Dedicational portraits
      Groups
        'Le parnasse français'
        Miscellaneous
      Adam of St Victor
      Joseph Addison
      Petrus Aegidius
      Camillo Agrippa
      Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa
      Marcus Agrippa
      Leon Battista Alberti
      Ulisse Aldrovandi
      Albertus Magnus
      Guillaume Apollinaire
      Pietro Aretino
      Lodovico Ariosto
      Matthew Arnold
      John Aubrey
      Averroes
      Pietro Bono Avogario
      A, miscellaneous
      Francis Bacon
      Jean-Antoine de Baïf
      Honoré de Balzac
      Daniele Barbaro
      Charles Baudelaire
      Joachim du Bellay
      Pietro Bembo (see also Cardinals)
      Louis-François Bertin
      Giovanni Boccaccio
      Achille Bocchi
      Boethius
      Nicolas Boileau
      Jean-Baptiste Bossuet
      Sebastian Brant
      Bertolt Brecht
      Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë
      Elizabeth Barrett Browning
      Basil Bunting
      John Bunyan
      Robert Burns
      Samuel Butler
      Lord Byron
      B, miscellaneous
      Tommaso Campanella
      Thomas Carlyle
      Ernst Cassirer
      Baldesarre Castiglione
      Conrad Celtis
      Pedro Chacón
      Geoffrey Chaucer
      Colley Cibber
      Samuel Taylor Coleridge
      Vittoria Colonna
      William Congreve
      Prosper Jolyot de Crébillon
      C, miscellaneous
      Dante Alighieri
      John Dee
      René Descartes
      Charles Dickens
      Denis Diderot
      Luigi Domenichi
      Antonio Francesco Doni
      John Donne
      Jean Dorat
      Fyodor Dostoevsky
      John Dryden
      D, miscellaneous
      George Eliot
      T.S. Eliot
      Desiderius Erasmus – see Theologians
      John Evelyn
      Marsilio Ficino
      Robert Fludd
      John Galsworthy
      Giovanni Battista Gelli
      Jean Gerson
      Edward Gibbon
      Paolo Giovio
      Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
      Oliver Goldsmith
      Jules & Edmond de Goncourt
      Luis de Góngora
      John Ernest Grabe
      Thomas Gray
      Hugo Grotius
      Battista Guarini
      Guarino da Verona
      Francesco Guicciardini
      E, F, G, miscellaneous
      Heinrich Heine
      Robert Herrick
      Lord Herbert of Cherbury
      E.T.A. Hoffmann
      Thomas Hobbes
      Victor Hugo
      David Hume
      Ulrich von Hutten
      Constantijn Huygens
      H, miscellaneous
      Manasseh ben Israel
      Francis, Lord Jeffery
      James Joyce
      Samuel Johnson
      Ben Jonson
      Jean de Joinville
      Immanuel Kant
      John Keats
      I, J, K, miscellaneous
      Alphonse de Lamartine
      Charles Lamb
      D.H. Lawrence
      T.E. Lawrence
      Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
      John Locke
      Henry Longfellow
      L, miscellaneous
      Thomas Macaulay
      Niccolò Machiavelli
      Stéphane Mallarmé
      Sir John de Mandeville
      Giambattista Marino
      W. Somerset Maugham
      Juan Meléndez Valdés
      Paul Melissus
      Moses Mendelssohn
      John Milton
      Molière
      Michel de Montaigne
      Charles de Secondat, baron de Montesquieu
      Thomas Moore
      M, miscellaneous
      Friedrich Nietzsche
      Fulvio Orsini
      Blaise Pascal
      Samuel Pepys
      Francesco Petrarca, Petrarch (including Laura)
      Giovanni Pico della Mirandola
      Alberto Pio
      Willibald Pirckheimer
      Christine de Pisan
      Angelo Poliziano
      Giovanni Gioviano Pontano
      Alexander Pope
      Giovanni Battista della Porta
      Ezra Pound
      Matthew Prior
      Pellegrino Prisciano
      Alexander Pushkin
      N, O, P, miscellaneous
      Francis Quarles
      Francisco de Quevedo
      François Rabelais
      Francesco Redi
      Rainer Maria Rilke
      Cesare Ripal
      Christina Rossetti
      Jean-Jacques Rousseau
      John Ruskin
      Q, R, miscellaneous
      Hans Sachs
      Louis de Rouvroy, duc de Saint-Simon
      Salvino & Anton Maria Salvini
      Georges Sand
      Scaliger family
      George Bernard Shaw
      Friedrich von Schiller
      Sir Walter Scott
      Percy & Mary Shelley
      William Shakespeare
      Sir Philip Sidney
      Osbert, Edith and Sacheverell Sitwell
      Jan Six
      Robert Southey
      Sperone Speroni
      Baruch de Spinoza
      Marie-Louise Germaine de Staël
      Stendhal
      Laurence Sterne
      Robert Louis Stevenson
      August Strindberg
      Giulio Strozzi
      Sir John Suckling
      Jonathan Swift
      Algernon Charles Swinburne
      S, miscellaneous
      Torquato Tasso
      Alfred, Lord Tennyson
      William Thackeray
      Leo Tolstoy
      Johannes Trithemius
      Pierio Valeriano
      Benedetto Varchi
      Paul Verlaine
      Pietro Vettori
      Voltaire
      Horace Walpole
      H.G. Wells
      Oscar Wilde
      Johann Winckelmann
      Virginia Woolf
      Mary Wollstonecraft
      William Wordsworth
      Sir Thomas Wyat
      W.B. Yeats
      Émile Zola
      T-Z, miscellaneous
  Artists' self-portraits
    Cycle of 20th-century self-portraits
    Unidentified
    Satirical
    Miscellaneous
    Heinrich Aldegrever
    Alessandro Allori
    Andrea del Sarto
    Sophonisba Anguisciola
    A, miscellaneous
    Baccio Bandinelli
    Hans Baldung Grien
    The Bassano family
    Max Beckmann
    Valerio Belli
    The Bellini family
    Róbert Berény
    Gianlorenzo Bernini
    Arnold Böcklin
    Ferdinand Bol
    Giovanni Boldù
    Léon Bonnat
    Sandro Botticelli
    B, miscellaneous
    Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio
    The Carracci family
    Rosalba Carriera
    Niccolò Cassano
    Paul Cézanne
    Marc Chagall
    Jean-Baptiste Siméon Chardin
    Lovis Corinth
    Gustave Courbet
    Lucas Cranach
    Giuseppe Maria Crespi
    C, miscellaneous
    Jacques-Louis David
    Edgar Degas
    Carlo Dolci
    Il Domenichino
    Gerrit Dou
    Albrecht Dürer
    Anthonie van Dyck
    D, miscellaneous
    James Ensor
    Sir Jacob Epstein
    E, miscellaneous
    Carel and Barent Fabritius
    Henri Fantin-Latour
    Giovanni Fattori
    Filarete (Antonio Averlino)
    Heinrich Füssli/Henry Fuseli
    F, miscellaneous
    Thomas Gainsborough
    Paul Gauguin
    Artemisia Gentileschi
    Lorenzo Ghiberti
    Vittorio Ghislandi
    Luca Giordano
    Giorgione (Giorgio Barbarelli da Castelfranco)
    Vincent van Gogh
    Hendrick Goltzius
    Pier Leone Ghezzi
    Francisco Goya
    El Greco (Domenikos Theotokopoulos)
    Jean-Baptiste Greuze
    Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri)
    G, miscellaneous
    Frans Hals
    Maerten van Heemskerck
    Nicholas Hilliard
    William Hogarth
    Hans Holbein the Elder and the Younger
    H, miscellaneous
    Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
    Augustus John
    Gwen John
    I,J, miscellaneous
    Angelica Kauffmann
    Sir Godfrey Kneller
    Oskar Kokoschka
    Käthe Kollwitz
    Johann Kupetsky
    K, miscellaneous
    Pieter van Laer
    Giovanni Lanfranco
    Nicholas Largillière
    Hans Sebald Lautensack
    Charles Lebrun
    Sir Peter Lely
    Leonardo da Vinci
    Leone Leoni
    Ottavio Leoni
    Lucas van Leyden
    Max Liebermann
    Jean Étienne Liotard
    Filippino Lippi
    Johann Heinrich Lips
    Jan Lutma
    L, miscellaneous
    Antonio Mancini
    Édouard Manet
    Carlo Maratta
    Israhel van Meckenem
    Anton Raphael Mengs
    Michelangelo Buonarotti
    Jan Miel
    Frans & Willem van Mieris
    Pierre Mignard
    Sir John Everett Millais
    Joan Miró
    Anthonis Mor
    George Morland
    John Hamilton Mortimer
    Edvard Munch
    Bartolomé Murillo
    Michiel van Musscher
    M, miscellaneous
    Emil Nolde
    N, miscellaneous
    Peter and Isaac Oliver
    Jacob Cornelisz van Oostsanen
    John Opie
    Adriaen van Ostade
    Friedrich Overbeck
    O, miscellaneous
    Palma Giovane
    Samuel Palmer
    Parmigianino (Francesco Mazzola)
    Georg Pencz
    Perugino (Pietro Vannucci)
    Baldassare Peruzzi
    Pablo Picasso
    Anton Pilgram
    Pintoricchio (Bernardino di Betto)
    Nicolas Poussin
    Pierre Puget
    Protogenes
    P, miscellaneous
    Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio)
    Rembrandt van Rijn
    Guido Reni
    Auguste Renoir
    Sir Joshua Reynolds
    Marco & Sebastiano Ricci
    George Richmond
    Hyacinthe Rigaud
    Hubert Robert
    Salvator Rosa
    Henri Rousseau
    Sir Peter Paul Rubens
    Philipp Otto Runge
    Alfonso Ruspagiari
    R, miscellaneous
    Francesco da Sangallo
    Luca Signorelli
    Abraham Simon
    Renée Sintenis
    Elisabetta Sirani
    Max Slevogt
    Stanley Spencer
    Jan Steen
    S, miscellaneous
    Pavel Tchelitchew
    Bertel Thorvaldsen
    Tintoretto (Jacopo Robusti)
    Titian (Tiziano Vecellio)
    William Turner
    T, miscellaneous
    Giorgio Vasari 
    Diego Velázquez
    Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun
    Édouard Vuillard
    U, V, miscellaneous
    Antoine Watteau
    Benjamin West
    James Whistler
    Joseph Wright
    W, miscellaneous
    Johann Zoffany
    X, Y, Z, miscellaneous
  Artists' portraits
    Group portraits and miscellaneous
    Albert Memorial, London
    Ancient women artists
    Unidentified
    James and Robert Adam
    Francesco Albani
    Apelles
    Aper
    Agostino Ardenti
    Cavaliere d'Arpino
    A, miscellaneous
    Giovanni Baglione
    Baccio Bandinelli
    Aubrey Beardsley
    The Bellini family
    Gianlorenzo Bernini
    William Blake
    Arnold Böcklin
    Ferdinand Bol
    Hans Boll
    François Boucher
    Donato Bramante
    Jan Breughel the Elder
    Pieter Brueghel the Younger
    Andrea Briosco
    Filippo Brunelleschi
    Hans Burgkmair
    B, miscellaneous
    Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio
    The Carracci family
    Cimabue
    Paul Cézanne
    John Constable
    Correggio (Antonio Allegri)
    Pietro da Cortona
    C, miscellaneous
    Jacques-Louis David
    Albrecht Dürer
    Dürer's family
    François Duquesnoy
    Anthonie van Dyck
    D, miscellaneous
    Jan van Eyck
    Sir Jacob Epstein
    E, miscellaneous
    Frans Floris
    Domenico Fontana
    Lavinia Fontana
    Frans Francken the Elder
    F, miscellaneous
    The Gaddi family
    Giambologna
    Grinling Gibbons
    Sir Alfred Gilbert
    Giorgione (Giorgio Barbarelli da Castelfranco)
    Giotto di Bondone
    Giulio Romano
    Hendrick Goltzius
    Hubert Goltzius
    Francisco Goya
    El Greco (Domenikos Theotokopoulos) (family)
    Jean-Baptiste Greuze (family)
    Matthias Grünewald
    Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri)
    G, miscellaneous
    Juan de Herrera
    H, miscellaneous
    Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (family)
    Theodore Jacobsen
    Wenzel Jamnitzer
    Augustus John
    Inigo Jones
    I,J, miscellaneous
    K, miscellaneous
    Sir Edwin Landseer
    Jean Baptiste LeMoyne
    Leonardo da Vinci
    Max Liebermann
    Filippino Lippi
    Filippo Lippi
    Sir Edwin Lutyens
    L, miscellaneous
    Karel van Mander
    Jules & François Mansart
    Andrea Mantegna
    Adolf Menzel
    Michelangelo Buonarotti
    Pierre Mignard
    Sir John Everett Millais
    Millais's family
    Agostino Mitelli
    Claude Monet
    Henry Moore
    George Morland
    William Morris
    Bartolomé Murillo
    M, miscellaneous
    N, miscellaneous
    Friedrich Overbeck
    O, miscellaneous
    Andrea Palladio
    Palma Giovane
    Parmigianino (Francesco Mazzola)
    Parrhasius
    Pausias
    Perugino (Pietro Vannucci)
    Pablo Picasso
    Paulus Potter
    Nicolas Poussin
    P, miscellaneous
    Q, miscellaneous
    Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio)
    Rembrandt van Rijn
    Rembrandt's family
    Guido Reni
    Sir Joshua Reynolds
    Auguste Rodin
    George Romney (family)
    Dante Gabriel Rossetti
    Sir Peter Paul Rubens
    Rubens's family
    R, miscellaneous
    The Sangallo family
    Martin Schongauer
    Sir John Soane
    Bartholomaeus Spranger
    Frans Snyders
    S, miscellaneous
    Tintoretto (Jacopo Robusti)
    Titian (Tiziano Vecellio)
    William Turner
    T, miscellaneous
    Giorgio Vasari
    Andrea Verrocchio
    Simon Vouet
    U, V, miscellaneous
    Josiah Wedgwood
    Jan Wildens
    Richard Wilson
    Sir Christopher Wren
    W, miscellaneous
    Zeuxis
    Taddeo and Federigo Zuccaro
    X, Y, Z, miscellaneous
General types
  In classical setting/with classical objects
  Patrons of the arts
  Collectors
  Donors 
    Before the Virgin
    Before the cross or Trinity
    Before religious stories
    With their patron saints
    Without their patron saints
    Adaptations
  Children
    Single
    With pets/animals
    Groups
  Parents with children
    Single parent
    With grandparents
    Family groups
    Husband and wife
      Poet and muse type
      Miscellaneous
  Group portraits
    General
    Dutch
      Families
      Guilds
      Assemblies
      Civic bodies
    German
    Italian
    Albert Memorial, London
  Different views of face in one picture
  Sitter addressing spectator
  With allusions to sitter's calling
    Miscellaneous
    Women spinning, sewing etc.
  With black servants
  With dog
  With dog and/or gun
  With falcon
  With other pets
  Holding objects
    Letter/scroll
    Devotional objects
    Vessel/glass
    Sculpture
    Portrait
    Flowers [except pinks/carnations]
    Fruit
    Palm
    Pomander
    Chain/necklace
    Medallion/miniature
    Fan
    Handkerchief
    Gloves
    Mask
    Ring
    Musical instruments/music
    Miscellaneous
  As shepherds/shepherdesses
  As hunters
  Allegorical (see also SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY)
    As mythological figures (male)
    As mythological figures (female)
    Courtly Olympus
    As historical figures
    In religious scenes
    As saints (male)
    As saints (female)
    With emblems, miscellaneous
    With emblems of love and loyalty
    With pinks/carnations
    With arrow
    Surrounded by allegorical figures/symbols
    With vanitas symbols
    Miscellaneous
  In emblematic frames
  With moralising inscriptions
  Memorial tablets
  Cycles of Famous Men/Women
  Cycles of Legendary Women
  Monuments
  Unidentified
    Male
    Female
  Portraits on horseback
    Velazquez
    Charles I/Cromwell
    General
  Equestrian Sculptures
    Census
    Antiquity
    Bamberg Rider
    Donatello, Gattamelata
    Verona, Scaliger tombs
    Verrocchio, Colleoni
    Leonardo
    Tacca, Philip IV
    Schlüter, The Great Elector
    Miscellaneous
Portrait Exhibition, 1943
Gems, anonymous heads/busts
Wax medallions
General problems


HISTORY


Picture chronicles
Chronicles of world history
Primitive stages of mankind
  Piero di Cosimo
  Discovery of fire
  Erection of primitive buildings
  Miscellaneous
Progress
Egyptian history
Assyrian history
Indian history
Four empires of the world
Unidentified scenes from history, general


CLASSICAL HISTORY

Classical history cycles, Valerius Maximus
Unidentified scenes from classical history
Classical history, misc
Classical battles, cycle
Classical heroes, cycles
Roman history, cycles
Classical history: individuals
  Abradates
  Agrippa
  Agrippina
  Albinus, Lucius
  Alcibiades
  Alexander the Great
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Miscellaneous
    Individual scenes
      Birth of Alexander
      Taming Bucephalus
      Alexander and Timoclea
      Alexander and Diogenes
      Alexander assaulting Pera
      Alexander sacrificing at the tomb of Achilles
      The battle at the Granicus
      Cutting the Gordian knot
      Alexander appoints Abdolonymos king
      Alexander and the physician, Philip
      The family of Darius (the continence of Alexander)
      The battle of Issus
      Alexander with Jaddus, the high priest
      Alexander placing the works of Homer in a golden casket
      The foundation of Alexandria
      Alexander at the death of the wife of Darius
      The battle of Arbela
      Alexander's entry into Babylon
      The revels at Persepolis
      Sealing the lips of Hephaestion
      The death of Darius
      Alexander and the queen of the Amazons
      Alexander and Roxana
      Alexander killing Cleitus
      Alexander and the wife of Spitamenes
      Alexander and Queen Cleophis
      The defeat of Porus at the Hydaspes, with Alexander's clemency to Porus
      Alexander at the tomb of Cyrus
      The funeral of Hephaestion
      Mount Athos, the Alexander mountain
      The death of Alexander
  Anapias and Amphinomus—see Catanian Brothers
  Anaxagoras
  Ancus Marcius
  Androcles
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Anthony, Mark--see Antonius, Marcus
  Antiochus and Stratonice
  Antiochus III, the Great
  Antiochus Epiphanes
  Antonius, Marcus (see also Cleopatra)
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Miscellaneous
  Archimedes
  Aristides
  Aristomenes
  Arria and Paetus
  Arsinoë
  Artemisia
  Athenaïs (Eudocia, wife of the emperor Theodosius II)
  Augustus
    Cycles
    Infancy
    Closing the temple of Janus
    Augustus and the Sibyl--see Sibyls
    Augustus at the tomb of Alexander
    Miscellaneous
  Aurelianus and Zenobia, queen of Palmyra
  Aurelius, Marcus
  Basilides, prophecy of--see Titus
  Belisarius--see SOCIAL LIFE, Beggars
  Berenice (wife of Ptolemy Euergetes)
  Bias
  Bilia and Duilius
  Brennus (see also Camillus)
  Brutus, Lucius Junius
    Condemns his sons to death
    Fighting with Aruns, son of Tarquin
    Miscellaneous
  Brutus, Marcus Junius
    Miscellaneous
    With Portia
    Suicide of Portia--see Portia
  Caeculus
  Caesar, Julius
    Cycles
    Birth
    Ordering Pompey's letters to be burned
    With the head of Pompey
    Battles
    Miscellaneous
    Death
  Caligula
  Calpurnius
  Cambyses
  Camillus
    And the schoolmaster of the Falerii
    And Brennus the Gaul (see also Brennus)
    Miscellaneous
  Camma and Sinorix
  Caracalla
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Caractacus
  Cassius, Spurius
  Catanian brothers
  Catiline
  Cato, Marcus Porcius, the Elder
  Cato, Marcus Porcius (Uticensis)
    With Marcia
    Suicide
  Charondas
  Cicero
  Cimbrian women
  Cimon
    Miscellaneous
    The battle of Salamis
  Cimon and Pero
  Cincinnatus
  Cipus
  Claudia
  Claudius (see also Messalina)
  Cleobis and Biton
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Cleombrotus
  Cleopatra
    With Marcus Antonius
    Cleopatra's banquet (Cleopatra with the pearl)
    Cleopatra with the pearl, single figure
    Cleopatra and Antony, fishing
    With Octavian
    With the dying Antonius/at the tomb of Antonius
    Miscellaneous
    Death of Cleopatra
      Alone
      With attendants
  Cloelia
  Codrus
  Constantine
    Battle of Constantine
    Miscellaneous
  Coriolanus
    And Veturia and Volumnia
    Miscellaneous
  Cornelia (see also Gracchi)
  Corvus, Marcus Valerius
  Crispus
  Croesus
  Curius Dentatus, Marcus
  Curtius, Marcus
  Cyrus the Great
    Cycles
    Infancy
    Cyrus and Astyages
    Cyrus restoring the treasures of the Temple to the Jews
    Miscellaneous
    Cyrus and Tomyris
    Tomyris, miscellaneous
  Cyrus the Younger
  Damocles
  Damon and Pythias
  Darius I
  Darius III
  Decius Mus--see Mus, Decius
  Demetrius
  Demosthenes
  Diagoras
  Dion
  Dionysius
  Domitian
     Tapestry Cycle
  Duilius
  Epaminondas
  Eudamidas
  Eunostos of Tanagra
  Fabius Maximus--see Maximus, Fabius
  Fabricius, Gaius
  Firmus
  Flamininus, Titus
  Galba
  Germanicus
  Tiberius Gracchus, general against Hannibal
  Tiberius Gracchus, father of the Gracchi
  Tiberius and Caius Gracchus (see also Cornelia)
  Gyges
  Hadrian
  Hannibal
    Cycles
    Swearing eternal emnity to Rome
    Crossing the Alps/Apennines
    Surrender of Saragossa
    Battle of Cannae
    Battles, miscellaneous
    Hannibal recognises the head of Hasdrubal
  Harmodios and Aristogeiton
  Hasdrubal
  Herod--see RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY, Josephus
  Herostratus
  Hiero
  Hippo
  Horatii and Curatii
  Horatius Cocles--see Cocles, Horatius
  Hostilius, Tullus
  Isadas
  Jugurtha
  Julian the Apostate
  Laenas, C. Popilius
  Leaena
  Leonidas
  Licinius
  Livia--see Augustus
  Lucretia
    Cycles
    Tarquin and Lucretia
    Scenes other than Tarquin and Lucretia or suicide of Lucretia
    Suicide of Lucretia
      Single figure
      In the presence of others
      Lamentation/oath of Junius Brutus
  Luscinus—see Fabricius
  Lycurgus
  Lysimachus
  Maecenas
  Manlius Torquatus, Titus--see Torquatus, Titus Manlius
  Marcellus, M. Claudius
  Marcius, Ancus--see Ancus Marcius
  Marcus Antonius--see Antonius, Marcus
  Marcus Aurelius--see Aurelius, Marcus
  Marcus Manlius Capitolinus
  Marius, Caius
  Marius, Caius, the younger
  Martius, Ancus--see Ancus Marcius
  Martius, Lucius (see also Scipio Africanus Major)
  Mauricius
  Maximian
  Maximus, Quintus Fabius
    Cycle
    Miscellaneous
  Messalina
  Metellus
  Milo of Croton
  Miltiades
  Minos
  Mithridates
  Mucius Scaevola
  Mus, Decius
  Nero
    With body of his mother Agrippina
    Playing fiddle while Rome burns
    Miscellaneous
  Nerva
  Nobilior, Fulvius
  Numa Pompilius
  Ochus
  Othryades
  Ovid
  Panthea and Abradates
  Papirius Praetextatus
  Parysatis
  Paulus, Aemilius
  Pausanias (Spartan general)
  Periander
  Phalaris
  Philip of Macedon
  Philopoemen
  Phocion
  Phryne
  Polycrates
  Pompeii, Destruction of
  Pompey and Julia
  Popilius Laenas--see Laenas, Popilius
  Porsenna
  Portia (see also Brutus and Portia)
  Psammetichus
  Pyrrhon
  Pyrrhus
  Pythias and Damon
  Regulus
  Rhodogune
  Rhodope—see Psammetichus
  Romulus and Remus
    Census
      Antique sculptures only
        Statue, Wolf, fragment, Uffizi, Florence
        End of Mars and Rhea Silvia sarcophagus, Rome, Vatican
      Antique sculptures and Renaissance documentation
        Funerary Altar, Uffizi, Florence
        From River-God Tiber, Louvre, Paris
        Funerary Altar, Rome, Vatican
        Statue, Lupa Capitolina, Rome, Museo dei Conservatori
      Renaissance documentation only
        Funerary altar of L. Volusius Saturninus
        Funerary altar, unnamed
        Funerary altar of T. Julius Parthenio 
    Cycles
    Rhea Silvia
    Exposed
    With the wolf, or with a river god
    Finding of Romulus and Remus
    Single figures
    Deification of Romulus
    Romulus: miscellaneous scenes
    Rape of the Sabines
    Battle of the Romans and Sabines
    The Sabine women reconcile the Sabines with the Romans
  Sabinus and Eponine
  Sardanapalus
    Spinning
    Death
  Scilurus
  Scipio Africanus Major, Publius Cornelius
    Cycles
    Saves his wounded father 
    Scipio and Lucius Martius
    Scipio and Syphax
    Scipio and Hannibal at the battle of Zama
    Scipio receives homage from pirates
    Scipio’s son sent by Antiochus to console him when ill
    Scipio showing his wounds to the Senate
    Miscellaneous
    The continence of Scipio
  Scipio Aemilianus Africanus Minor, Publius Cornelius
    Carthage prepares its defences
    The destruction of Carthage
    The dream of Scipio Africanus Minor
    Miscellaneous
  Scipio Asiaticus, Lucius Cornelius
  Scipio Nasica, Publius Cornelius
  Seleucus I Nicator
  Semiramis
  Seneca
  Sertorius
  Sesostris
  Severus
  Sextus, Marcus
  Shapur--see Valerian
  Smyrna, Slaves of
  Socrates
  Solon
  Sophonisba
  Spartacus
  Sulpicia
  Tanaquil
  Tarpeia
  Tarquinius Priscus
  Tarquinius Superbus
  Themistocles
  Theramenes
  Thrasybulus
  Tiberius
  Timoleon
  Timophanes
  Titus
    Prophecy of Basilides
    Sack of Jerusalem
    Miscellaneous
  Tomyris--see Cyrus
  Torquatus, Titus Manlius
  Trajan
    Census
    Classical art
    Justice of Trajan
    Miscellaneous
  Triumvirate
  Tuccia
  Tullia
  Tullius, Servius
  Valerian
  Vespasian
  Victor, Sextus Aurelius
  Virgil
  Virginia
  Vitellius
  Xenophon
  Xerxes
  Zaleucus
  Zenobia


MEDIEVAL AND MODERN HISTORY


Unknown subjects
Africa
Americas
  Discovery
    Cycle
    Miscellaneous
  North
  Central and South
Byzantium
  Cycle
  Galla Placidia
  Theodosius II
  Justinian
  Heraclius
  Andronicus II Palaeologus
China
France
  Mediaeval
    Cycles
      Les Grandes Chroniques
      Froissart
      Histoire des Rois de France
      C.N. Cochin
    Clovis I
    Charles Martel
    Charlemagne
    Bertrand du Guesclin
    Joan of Arc
    Miscellaneous
  Post-mediaeval
    Charles VIII
    Louis XII
    The Continence of Bayard
    François I
    Henri II
    François II
    Charles IX
    Henri III
    Henri IV
      Rubens, Henri IV cycle
      Rubens, Marie de Médicis cycle
        Paintings
        Sketches
        Works after Rubens
      Barlaeus, Henri IV cycle
      Miscellaneous
    Louis XIII
    Louis XIV
      Minority
      Marriage
      Allegories
      Porte St Denis
      Military exploits
      Receives ambassadors of Siam
      Miscellaneous
    Louis XV
    Revolution
    Napoleon
    Since 1815
German Lands
  Cycles
  Before 1493
    Women of Weinsberg
    Rudolf of Habsburg and the priest
    Coronation of Frederick III
    Miscellaneous
  Maximilian I
    Theuerdank
    Weisskunig
    Triumphal arch
    Miscellaneous
  Charles V
    Victories--Heemskerck cycle
    Battle of Pavia
    Conquest of Tunis
    Siege of Münster
    Battle of Mühlberg
    Miscellaneous
  1493-1555, Miscellaneous
    History of Johann Friedrich of Saxony
  1555-1600
  Thirty Years' War
  Hungarian Revolt, 1671
  War with the Turks
  1600-1700, miscellaneous
  1700-present
Great Britain
  The Offas
  Edward the Confessor
  Bayeux Tapestry
  Richard of Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick
  Biagio di Rebecca cycle
  Before 1485, miscellaneous
  Henry VII
  Henry VIII
  Edward VI
  Mary I
  Elizabeth I
  Mary, Queen of Scots
  James I
    Miscellaneous
    Gunpowder plot
    Rubens, Whitehall ceiling
      Paintings
      Sketches
      Cleaning
  Charles I
    Miscellaneous
    Executions of Strafford and Laud
    Trial
    Execution
  Protectorate
  Voyage to England of Catherine of Braganza
  Charles II
  James II
  William and Mary
  War of the Spanish Succession
  Jacobite rebellions
  Wars with France, 1793-1815
  Imperial history
  18th century, miscellaneous
  19th century, miscellaneous
  20th century, miscellaneous
Greece
Hungary
India
Iran—see Persia
Islam (see also India, Persia, Turkey)
Italy
  General
  Before 1400
    Florence
    Genoa
    Mantua
    Milan
    Rome
    Venice
    Miscellaneous
  15th century
    Florence
    Milan
    Naples
    Rimini
    Rome
    Siena
    Venice
    Miscellaneous
  16th century
    Families
      Farnese
        Caprarola, Anticamera
        Caprarola, Sala dei Fasti
        Rome, Palazzo della Cancelleria
        Rome, Palazzo Farnese
        Rome, Palazzo Rondanini
        Miscellaneous
      Medici
        Giovanni delle Bande Nere
        Pope Clement VII
        Duke Cosimo I
        Miscellaneous
    Cities
      Cremona
      Florence
      Genoa
      Piacenza
      Rome
      Venice
      Miscellaneous
  17th century
    Sea-battles against Turks--Callot cycle
    Pope Urban VIII
    Miscellaneous
  18th century
  19th century
  20th century
Low Countries
  Ancient and Medieval cycles
    Tempesta
    Vaenius
    Chroniques de Hainault
    Antiquitates Flandriae
  Before 1555
    Ancient
    Post-classical
  1555-1621
    Allegory of Netherlandish pride and punishment
    Allegory of Alva's tyranny
    Regime of Alva--miscellaneous
    William the Silent
    Siege of Leiden
    Spanish fury at Antwerp
    Pacification of Ghent
    Twelve Years' Truce
    Miscellaneous
  Southern Netherlands/Belgium since 1621
  Northern Netherlands/Holland since 1621
    1621-1650, miscellaneous
    Visit to Amsterdam of Marie de Médicis
    Peace of Münster
    1650-1672
    Anglo-French attack, 1672
    1672-1700
    Since 1700
Persia
Portugal
Russia
South Seas--see Great Britain: Imperial history
Spain
  Before 1500
  16th century
  17th century
    Margaret of Austria cycle--Tempesta
    Thirty Years' War
    Surrender of Breda
    Miscellaneous
  18th century
  Peninsular War
  19th century
Sweden
Switzerland
  Miscellaneous
  Wilhelm Tell
Turkey
  Capture of Trebizond
  Battle of Lepanto
    Cycle
    Miscellaneous
  Miscellaneous

SOCIAL LIFE


Triumphs
  Triumphal arch
    Ancient
    In Renaissance painting
    Renaissance and later
    Serlio designs
    Francesco I of Lorraine (Florence)
    Alfonso of Aragon
  Triumphal column
  Trophies
  Ancient triumphs of named persons
    Caesar
    Caracalla
    Constantine
    Licinius
    Aemilius Paulus
    Scipio Africanus
    Miscellaneous
  Ancient triumphs, general
    Census
    Antique art
    Copies after antique
    Cassoni
    Miscellaneous
  Modern triumphs of contemporaries
    England
    France
    Italy
    Low Countries
      Don John of Austria
      Frederick Henry
      Miscellaneous
    Turkey
    Miscellaneous
    Germany
      Maximilian
      Charles V
      Miscellaneous
  Triumph of Maximilian: Hans Burgmair
  Triumphant horsemen
  Allegorical triumphs
    Heemskerck, Vicissitudes of human things
    Miscellaneous (see also LITERATURE Petrarch)
  Mythological and Astrological triumphs
    Hypnerotomachia Poliphili
    Cossa, etc., Palazzo Schifanoia
    Pinturicchio
    Miscellaneous
Festivals
  Miscellaneous material
  Ancient
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Islamic
  Fireworks
  Unidentified
  France
    16th century
      Costume studies (Primaticcio)
      Designs and costumes, miscellaneous
      Entry of Mary Tudor into Paris, 1514
      Entry of François I, Lyons 1515
      Entry of Henri II, Lyons 1548
      Entry of Henri II, Paris 1549
      Entry of Henri II, Rouen 1550
      Festival at Bayonne, 1565
      Entry of Charles IX and Elizabeth, Paris 1571
      Ballet Comique, 1581
      Entry of Henri IV, Lyons 1595
      Entry of Henri IV, Rouen 1596
      Entry of Marie de Médicis, Avignon 1600
      Entry of Marie de Médicis, Lyons 1600
      Miscellaneous
    Valois Tapestries
      Festival at Fontainebleau, 1564
      Festival for Polish ambassadors, 1573
      Journey of Henri III to Poland, 1573
      Festival at the Tuileries, 1573
      The barriers at Whitehall, 1582
    17th century
      Ballet de Renaud
      Entry of Louis XIII, Aix 1622
      Entry of Louis XIII, Avignon 1622
      Entry of Louis XIII, Lyons 1622
      Barriers at Nancy, 1627
      Entry of Louis XIII, Paris 1629
      Entry of Condé, Dijon 1632
      Entry of Louis XIV, Paris 1660
      Miscellaneous
    18th century and later
      Entry of Duc de Berry and Duc de Bourgogne, Aix 1701
      Entry of Duc de Berry and Duc de Bourgogne, Avignon 1701
      Entry of Duc de Berry and Duc de Bourgogne, Grenoble 1701
      Perseus, Versailles 1770
      Miscellaneous
      Popular festivals
  German lands
    14th & 15th centuries, miscellaneous
    Freydal des Kaisers Maximilian I, ca. 1500
    Entry of Maximilian II, Vienna 1563
    Arcimboldo drawings for Rudolf II, 1585
    Innsbruck Ferdinandeum 2717, 1581-1590
    Popular festivals, 16th century
    Peasant festivals
    16th and 17th centuries, glorious entries
    Glorious entries into Nuremberg, 1541, 1612, 1658
    16th and 17th centuries, Germany, miscellaneous
    16th and 17th centuries, Austria, miscellaneous
    Festival at Stuttgart, 1609
    Progress of Frederick and Elizabeth of Bohemia up the Rhine, 1613
    Baptism of Duke August, Dresden 1614
    Festival at Stuttgart, 1617
    'Die triumphierende Liebe', Lüneburg 1653
    'Il Pelope geloso', 1660
    'Erinto', 1661
    Coming of age of Charles XI
    Opera 'Servio Tullio', Munich 1685
    Birth of Leopold II, Augsburg 1716
    'Pharasmanes', 1720
    18th century, miscellaneous
    19th and 20th centuries, miscellaneous
  Great Britain
    Inigo Jones
      Miscellaneous
      Masque of blacknesse, 1605
      'Hymenaei', 1606
      Prince Henry's barriers, 1610
      Tethys festival, 1610
      'Love freed from ignorance and folly', 1611
      'Oberon', 1611
      Lords' maske, 1613
      'Neptune's triumph', 1624
      A French pastoral, 1626
      Masque of queenes, 1609
      'Chloridia', 1631
      'Love's triumph through Callipolis', 1631
      'Albion's triumph', 1632
      'Tempe restor'd', 1632
      'Shepheard's paradise', 1633
      'Coelum britannicum', 1634
      'Florimene', 1635
      'Temple of love', 1635
      'Britannia triumphans', 1638
      'Luminalia', 1638
      'Salmacida spolia', 1640
    Entry of Anne Boleyn into London, 1533
    16th and 17th centuries, miscellaneous
    Progresses of Queen Elizabeth
    Entry of James I, London 1603
    Entry and coronation of Charles II, London 1661
    Thames Fair, 1683/4
    Marriage of George III
    Public funerals
    Festivals and entries, 18th, 19th and 20th centuries
    Lord Mayor's shows
    Popular festivals
  Italy
    Miscellaneous
    Bologna
      Entry of Charles V, 1530
      Funeral of Agostino Carracci, 1603
     'Amore Prigoniero in Delo', 1628
      Entry of Pope Clement VIII
      Miscellaneous
    Cremona
    Ferrara
    Florence
      Popular festivals
        Sala di Gualdrada, Palazzo Vecchio
        Palio, festival of St John
        Sabato santo
        Miscellaneous
      15th century, miscellaneous
      Mascherata, 1565
      Entry of Giovanna d'Austria, 1565
      Medici-Cappello wedding, 1579
      Wedding of Cesare d'Este and Virginia de' Medici, 1585
      16th century, miscellaneous
      Wedding of Ferdinando I de' Medici and Christina of Lorraine, 1589
        Entry of Christina
          Reception
          Triumphal arches
          Ponte S. Trinità
          Miscellaneous
        Miscellaneous
        Intermedi
          Carracci/Alfano prints
          1st intermezzo: Harmony of the spheres
          2nd intermezzo: Contest between Muses and Pierides
          3rd intermezzo: Apollo's battle against Python
          4th intermezzo: Realm of the spirits
          5th intermezzo: Rescue of Arion
          6th intermezzo: Apollo and Bacchus with Rhythm and Harmony
      Wedding of Cosimo II and Maria Maddalena, 1608
        Argonauts
        Judgment of Paris
        Miscellaneous
      Entry of the Prince of Urbino, 1615: 'Mostra della Guerra d'Amore'
      Borghese-Orsina marriage, 1615-1616: 'Erotilla'
      Visit of prince of Poland, 1625: 'Liberazione di Ruggero'
      'La Flora', 1628
      Betrothal/wedding of Ferdinando II, 1637: 'Nozze degli dei'
      Wedding of Cosimo III, 1661: 'Ercole in Tebe'
      17th century, miscellaneous
    Genoa
      Entry of Louis XII, 1507
      Miscellaneous
    Mantua
      Entry of Charles V
      Entry of Henri III, 1574
      Wedding of Emperor Leopold, 1674
      Pageant costumes
      Miscellaneous
    Messina
    Milan
      Fritz Saxl illustrations
      16th century, miscellaneous
      Entry of Maria Anna, 1649
      17th century and later, miscellaneous
    Modena
      Birth of the prince of Modena, 1660
    Naples
    Palermo
    Parma
    Pesaro
      Wedding of Constantino Sforza and Camilla of Aragon, 1475
    Reggio d'Emilia
      Madonna di Reggio
      Coronation of the Madonna della Ghiara, 1674
    Siena
    Turin
    Verona
    Vicenza
    Rome
      Possesso of Leo X, 1513
      Entry of Charles V, 1536
      Papal procession to Giovanni in Laterano (Tempesta)
      Festa di Testaccio
      Entry of Polish ambassador, 1633
      Election of Ferdinand III, 1637
      Entry of Urban VIII to the Gesù, 1639
      Possessio of Innocent X, 1644
      Carnival
      Miscellaneous
    Venice
      Procession of the Doge, M. Pagani woodcuts
      Entry of Henri III, 1574
      Piazzola, 1685
      Carnival
      Miscellaneous
  Low Countries
    Fairs (for Kermis, see RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY)
    Fêtes
    Ommegangen, miscellaneous
    15th century
      Entry of Joanna of Castile, Brussels 1496
        Text
        Tableaux
        Procession
    16th century
      Entry of Charles V, Bruges 1515
        Vienna manuscript
        Printed images
      Festival at Binche, 1549
      Entry of Charles V, Ghent 1549
      Entry of Charles V and Philip, Antwerp 1549
      Festival of Golden Fleece, Antwerp 1556
      Landjuweel, Antwerp 1561
      Opening of Leiden University, 1575
      Entry of Orange, Brussels 1577
      Entry of Matthias, Brussels, 1578
      Entry of Anjou, Ghent 1582
      Entry of Anjou, Antwerp 1582
        Prints
        Tapestries
      Entry of Parma, Ghent 1585
      Entry of Leicester, The Hague 1586
      Entry of Ernest, Antwerp 1594
      Entry of Ernest, Brussels 1594
      Ommegang, Louvain 1594
      Entry of Albert, Brussels 1596
      Entry of Albert and Isabella, Antwerp 1599
      Entry of Albert and Isabella, Lille 1600
      16th century, miscellaneous
    17th century
      Truce celebrations, Amsterdam 1609
      Ommegang, Brussels 1615
      Entry of Marie de Médicis, Antwerp 1631
      Entry of Ferdinand, Ghent 1635
      Entry of Ferdinand, Antwerp 1635
        Sketches
        Prints
        Paintings
      Entry of Marie de Médicis, Amsterdam 1638
      Entry of Henrietta Maria, Amsterdam 1642
      Peace celebrations, Amsterdam 1648
      Peace celebrations, Antwerp 1648
      Entry of Leopold William, Antwerp 1648
      Wedding of Maria Theresa and Louis XIV, Antwerp 1660
      Entry of William III, The Hague 1691
      Miscellaneous
    18th century and later
  Russia
  Spain
    Popular festivals
      Santiago da Compostella
      Miscellaneous
    Entry of Philip II, Valencia 1586
    Entry of Philip III, Lisbon 1619
    17th century, miscellaneous
    Coronation of Ferdinand VI, Seville 1746/7
    Entry of Charles III, Madrid 1760
    18th century, miscellaneous
  Sweden
  Switzerland
  Turkey
Theatre
  Buildings
    Greek
    Roman
    French
    German lands
    British
    Italian
    Netherlandish
    Miscellaneous
  Stage design
    Ancient
    France
      16th century, miscellaneous
      Feste Theatrali, 1645
      Andromède, 1651
      Venus Jalouse, Paris 1652
      17th century and later
    Germany/Netherlands
      Rederijkers
      J. Furttenbach, Architectura recreationis, 1640
      Miscellaneous
    Italy
      15th century
      16th century
      17th century
      18th century
      19th century
      Sacchi, Le Nozze di Theti e di Peleo
      Bibiena, Architetture e Prospettive, 1740
    England; Spain
      Inigo Jones (see also Festivals)
      Thornhill, Arsinoë
      England, miscellaneous
      Spain, miscellaneous
    Modern
  Theatre performance
    Ancient
      Census
      Actors
      Greece, Phlyakes krater
      Greek satyr-play and tragedy
      Greek old comedy
      Greek new comedy
      Rome
      Miscellaneous
    Costume
      France
      England
      Italy
    Masks
      Census
      Ancient
      Modern
      Non-European
    Actors
    Audience
    General
    Italian comedy
      Single figures
      Small groups
      Larger groups
    Holland
      Frontispieces and illustrations
      Rederijkers
    Circus
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Mummers
    Peep-show
    Puppets
Dance
  Census
  Antique
    Single figure
    Paintings at Corneto Tarquinia
    Pompeian wall paintings
    Bacchic
    Grotesque
    Groups
  Moresca
    Single figure
    Larger groups
    Erasmus Grasser
    Photographs of modern performances
  Round-dance
  Various types
    Ballet
    Dance of dervishes
    Folk-dance, miscellaneous
    Minuet
    Snake-dance
    Sword-dance
    Torch-dance
  Couples
    Cycles
    Miscellaneous
    Peasant
  Miscellaneous
    Ball
    Lesson
    Folk-dance
    Notation
    Female dancers
    Miscellaneous
Music
  Census
  General
    Invention
    Theory
    Schemata
    Teaching
  Notation
    Chansonniers
    Ockenghem intarsia
    In pictures
    Miscellaneous
  Antiquity and Middle Ages
  Instruments
    Stringed
      Plucked
        With neck
          Lute
          Guitar
          Mandolin
        Without neck
          Harp
          Lyre
      Bowed
        Hand-held
        Resting on ground
      Miscellaneous
    Wind
      Horns
        Animal
        Brass
      Transverse pipes and flutes
      Recorders, reed instruments etc.
      Pan pipes
      Bagpipes
    Keyboard
      Organ
      Harpsichord, piano etc.
      Hurdy-gurdy
    Percussion
    Miscellaneous
      Cycles
      Automata
  Music-making
    Pastoral
    Bucolic/Bacchic
    Opera
    Concert
    Singers
    Instrumentalists
      Rommelpot player
      Street Musicians
      Outdoors
      Indoors
      Various settings
    Singers
    Singers and instrumentalists
    Non-human ensembles
Court Life
  Courtesy
  Court balls
  Banquet--see Eating
  Indoors
  Open-air feasting
  Seated figure/audience
  Cluny tapestries
  Miscellaneous
Pastorale
Fêtes champêtres
Pleasure gardens and fairgrounds
Watering places, spas, etc.
Beggars & Cripples
  Cycle
  Single figures
  Single figures receiving alms
  More than one beggar, not fighting
   Fighting beggars
  Cripples
  Blind Belisarius
  General
Dwarfs
  Morgante, dwarf to Duke Cosimo de’ Medici
  Miscellaneous
Giants
Jesters, Buffoons, Clowns etc.
  Jesters and Buffoons
  Clowns
  Pierrot and Harlequins
  Pulcinella
  The Buffoonery of Bertoldo, Bertoldino and Caccasenno
Fools
  With bauble
  With board games
  In boats or waggons
  With children
  With dancers/musicians/musical instruments
  And warfare
  With women/lovers
  Miscellaneous
Jugglers, etc.
  Acrobats/tumblers
  Conjurers (cf. MAGIC & SCIENCE Magicians)
  Jugglers
  Tightrope-walkers
Gypsies and tramps
Games
  Cycles
  Census
  Miscellaneous
    Backgammon
    Ball games, miscellaneous
    Billiards
    Blind man's buff
    Counters
    Croquet
    Dance of the egg
    Gambling, miscellaneous
    Pulling the goose
    Hot cockles (la main chaude)
    Kite-flying
    Knuckle bones
    Morra
    Polo
    Sacco mazzone
    See-saw
    Shuttlecock
    Skittles
    Snowballing
    Spinning top
    Swings
    Tossing on the blanket
    Miscellaneous
  Card games
  Chess
    Players
    Boards
    Men
    Books
  Dice
  Children's games
    Goya
    Gimignani
    Miscellaneous
Toys
Sports
  Miscellaneous
    Cycles
    The winner
    Amphitheatre/arena
    Miscellaneous
  Athletes
    Census
    Apoxyomenos
    Athletic training
    Single figure
    Miscellaneous (see also Running)
  Acrobatics
  Aquatic sports
  Archery
  Basketball
  Bear-baiting
  Bowling
  Boxing
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Bullfighting and -baiting
  Bull leaping
  Charioteering
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Cock-fighting
  Cricket
  Curling
  Cycling
  Discus throwing
    Census: Discobolus and Discophorus
    Discophorus of Duncombe Park type
    Discobolus
  Dog-fighting
  Fencing
  Gladiators (cf. Soldiers: nude infantry)
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Golf (see also Ice sports)
  Gymnastics (see also Athletics)
  Ice sports (see also Games, Skating)
  Jumping
  Mountaineering
  Pentathlon
  Polo
  Racing horses
  Riding
    Rider
    School/dressage
  Roller skating
  Running (see also Athletics)
  Sack race
  Shooting
  Skating (see also Ice sports)
  Skiing
  Swimming
  Tennis
  Torch race/relay
  Wrestling
    Census
    Miscellaneous
Hunting
  Census
  General
    Preparing for/setting off on hunt
    Mounted hunt
    Hunting on foot
    Hunting with vehicles - boat, sledge, etc.
    The kill
    Return
    Hunting in a circus/arena
    Packs of hounds
    Huntsman blowing horn/hunting horn
    Rest/refreshment
    With spoils
    Single figures
    Philip IV and family hunting
    Miscellaneous
  Cycles
  Hunting
    Bear
    Bird-catching
    Bird-nesting
    Boar
    Buffalo
    Bull
    Chamois
    Elephant
    Ferreting
    Fox
    Hare/rabbit
    Kangaroo
    Lion
      Sarcophagi
      Assyrian reliefs, British Museum
      Miscellaneous
    Mink
    Monkeys
    Moose
    Ostrich
    Rabbit--see Hare
    Rhinoceros
    Stag
      Single animal
      More than one animal
      Ivories
      Tapestries
    Tigers
    Walrus, whale
    Wild men
    Wolf
  Falconry
Costume
  Costume books/cycles
  Armour
    Ancient
    Medieval to 15th century
    16th century onwards
    Japanese
  Helmets
    Ancient
    Post-antique
  Headdress
    Cycles
    Miscellaneous
  Hairstyles
    Wings as ornament of the hair
    In antiquity
    Miscellaneous
  Cosmetics and body art
  Footgear
  Ancient
  Medieval
  Post-medieval
    American
      Native/European
      Latin
    British
      16th century and earlier
      17th century
        Wenceslaus Hollar
        Miscellaneous
      18th century
      19th and 20th centuries
    Burgundian
      Rubens, Burgundian costume, Costume book, British Museum
      Miscellaneous
    France
      16th century
      17th century
      18th century and later
    German
      15th century
      16th century
      17th century
      18th and 19th centuries
    Italian
      15th century
      16th century
      17th century
      18th and 19th centuries
    Algerian
    Armenian
    Chinese
    Egyptian
    European, miscellaneous
    Hungary
    Indian
    Japanese
    Jewish
    Maltese
    Mongol
    Netherlandish
    'Oriental'
    Persian
    Polish
    Russian
    Spanish
    Swiss
    Thai
    Turkish
  Festival and theatre costumes
    France
    Italy
    Other countries
  Miscellaneous
Education
  General
    Universities
    Learned institutions
    Non-academic
    Aids to education
    Student/pupil in study
    Allegories of education
    Miscellaneous
  Master and pupil
    1 pupil
    Groups up to 6 pupils
    Large groups; classroom scenes
    Punishment of children
    Adaptations
  Scholars/Philosophers/Scribes
    Scribe
      Writing equipment
      Scribe/author at desk
      Translator
    Author presenting a book
    Scholar in study
    Schools of philosophers
    Giorgione, The 3 philosophers, Vienna
    Miscellaneous
  Thesis prints
Administration
  Allegories of government
    Allegories of good & bad government, Siena, Lorenzetti
    Allegories of good government, Tarragona tapestries
    Lüneburg Town Hall
    Miscellaneous
  Elections
  Parliament
  Councils and assemblies
  Treaties
  Embassies
  Taxes and tributes
  Public charity/dole
  Paying the rent
  Rent-roll
  Miscellaneous
  Schematic representations
Justice/Punishment
  Cycles
    Amsterdam Town Hall
    Berne, tapestries after lost paintings of Rogier van der Weyden
    Brussels, Justice of Otto, Dirk Bouts
    Florence, Palazzo dell’Arte della Lana, Justice of Brutus
    Kronberg, Tapestries
    Lüneburg Town Hall, Daniel Frese
    Engravings by Willem Swanenburg after Joachim Wtewael, ‘Thronus Justitiae’
    Miscellaneous
  Legal Texts
    Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale, Ms 9169, James II of Majorca, Constitution
    Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale, Ms 9241, Justinian, Codex
    Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale, MS 14689-91, Der Künige Buch, Schwabenspiegel
    Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, Ms 10, Gratian, Decretum
    London, British Library, Ms Cotton Augustus II 106, Magna Carta
    London, British Library, Add. Ms 4838, The Articles of the Barons
    Los Angeles, J. Paul Getty Museum, Ms Ludwig XIV, 6, Vidal Mayor
    Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Ms. lat. 3884, Gratian, Decretum
    Troyes, Bibliothèque Municipale, Ms. 103, Gratian, Decretum
    Locations unknown
    Miscellaneous
  Trial 
    By judge or court
    By ordeal
  Prisoners
    Michelangelo
    Miscellaneous
  Torture
  Punishment
  Execution
  Exempla
  Miscellaneous
Slavery
News, Communication, Transport
  News/Communication
  Postage
  Carriage by humans
  Horse-drawn for humans
  Ox-drawn transport
  Riding horses, etc.
  Waggons for goods
  Trains/railways/stations, etc.
  Mechanical transport - cars
  Sleighs
  Bicycles
  Sea-journeys
  Barges/rafts/river-transport
  Ferries
  Emigration
  Travellers resting
  Miscellaneous - walking/roads/fords/fantastic
Trade
  Allegory
  Miscellaneous
Markets
  Market scenes
  Market scenes with religious subjects in background
  Horse markets
Professions
  Cycles
  Agricultural
    Allegories
    Bee-keepers
    Cowboys/cowherds
    Dairy workers
    Fruit-gatherers
    Goatherds
    Grooms
    Harvesting/gleaning
    Hop-picking
    Horticulture/gardening
    Pig-workers
    Ploughing
    Pruning/grafting
    Rice-growing
    Sowing
    Threshing/winnowing
    Vine-workers
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Wood-cutters
    Shepherds
      Census
      At work
      Types - people portrayed as shepherds, etc.
    Peasants
      Cycles
      Going to market
      Inside/outside the farmyard
      Miscellaneous field work
      Types
        Single figure
        Couples
        Groups
        With eggs
        Carousing and dancing (see also Village Life)
  Apothecaries, etc. (Artes Mechanicae, Medicina)
    Apothecaries
    Pharmacists and physicians
    Barbers
    Beauticians
    Distillers
  Arts and associated professions
    Archaeologists
    Picture-dealers
    Engravers
    Book-sellers
  Builders (Artes Mechanicae, Armatura)
    Braziers
    Brick-makers
    Builders
    Carpenters
    Coopers
    Lime kiln worker
    Ship-builders
    Stone-masons
  Surveyors
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Cloth & Wool workers
    Bleaching
    Carding
    Drapers
    Dyeing
    Fullers
    Lace-making
    Linen-workers
    Sewing
    Shearing sheep
    Silk production
    Spinning
    Tailors
    Tapestry-workers
    Weaving
    Wool-trade
  Craftsmen
    As a social group
    Basket-makers
    Bronze-casters
    Clock-makers
    Compass-makers
    Goldsmiths
    Glassmakers
    Inkstone-makers
    Jewellers
    Knife-grinders
    Lapidaries
    Leather-workers
    Nail forgers
    Plumbers
    Potters
    Printers
    Shoemakers
    Smiths
    Spectacle makers
    Turners
    Umbrella-makers
    Wheelwrights
  Professions concerned with food (Artes Mechanicae, Venatio)
    Fishing
      Fishermen
      Coral fishing
      Pearl diving
      Miscellaneous
      Selling fish on the shore
      Curing fish
      Fishmongers
    Bakers
    Butchers
    Cheese-makers
    Cooks
    Gamekeepers
    Greengrocers
    Milkmen/milkmaids
    Millers
    Poulterers
    Wine merchants/tasters
    Miscellaneous food merchants (see also Peasants with eggs)
  Financial professions etc.
    Money-weighers
    Counting money/keeping accounts
    Money-lenders
    Merchants
    Misers
    Tithe-gatherers
    Allegory of the invention of money
  Nefarious professions
    Charlatans
    Mountebanks
    Murderers
    Pick-pockets
    Robbers/tomb-robbers
    Pirates
    Poachers
    Slave-traders
    Smugglers
    Spies
  Street-traders
    Cycles
      Carracci/Guillain, Diverse figure
      Mitelli, Di Bologna l'Arti
      Cries of London
      Villamena
    Miscellaneous
  Theatrical professions, etc.
    Actors, etc.--see Theatre
    Bear-leaders
    Musicians
    Lion-tamers
    Orators
  Other professions
    Bellmen/criers
    Carters
    Carworkers
    Chaplains
    Chimney-sweeps
    Coopers
    Courtiers (see also Court life)
    Firemen
    Geographers
    Gravediggers
    Grooms
    Heralds
    Lamplighters
    Milliners
    Miners
    Notaries
    Pin-makers
    Policemen
    Porters
    Rat-catchers
    Tinkers
    Turf-diggers
    Washerwomen
    Watchmen
    Water-sellers/carriers
    Workmen
    Miscellaneous professions
  Tools
Domestic Life
  Children
    Without adults
      Single
      Two or more
      With pets
    With adults
      Breast- or bottle-fed
      Mothers holding children
      Mothers not holding children
      With old women
      With men
      Orphans
  Couples and families
    Couples (no children)
    Families
    Dissolute household
    Domestic quarrel
  Housework and servants
    Accounts
    Cleaning
    Cooks—see Kitchens
    Ironing
    Laundry
    Scullery
    Sewing
    Spinning
    Miscellaneous
  Kitchens
    People in their own kitchens
    People working in the kitchens of inns or large houses
    With religious scene in the background
    Batterie de cuisine
    Fat kitchen and lean kitchen
    Food prepared in places other than kitchens
  Interiors
    With beds
    Without beds
  Miscellaneous
    Levée/toilet
    Conversation-piece
    Visit
    Moving house
Domestic Objects
  Beds etc.
  Cabinets, cupboards, wardrobes
  Commodes and chests of drawers
  Cassoni
  Chests
  Folding screens
  Chairs, sofas, stools, benches
  Thrones
  Tables and desks
  Dishes and service
  Jugs, teapots, ewers
  Wine-vessels, saucepans, barrels, vases
  Bowls, pots, beakers
  Carpets
  Cups, drinking-vessels
  Lamps, candlesticks, ovens, fire equipment
  Cutlery
  Salt-cellars
  Table decoration
  Caskets, small boxes
  Clocks
  Combs, Ivory
  Door-knockers
  Fish tanks
  Jewellery
  Lacquer work
  Mirrors
  Textiles
  Miscellaneous
Still Life
  Vanitas
  Flowers
  Fruit
  Game
  Fish, shellfish and shells
  Miscellaneous food
  Musical instruments
  Miscellaneous objects
  Trompe l'oeil
  With religious scenes
Village Life
  Miscellaneous
  Tapestries
  Kermis--see RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY Church feasts
  Drinking (alcohol)
    Single figures
    In brothels
    In places other than inns or brothels
    Miscellaneous
    Inn scenes
      With fighting
      With music/dance
      Without fighting/music/dance
        Interiors
        Exteriors
Eating
  Meals
    Domestic/solitary
    Cafés/eating-houses
    Company at table
    Triclinium  
  Meals with music
    Popular
    Bourgeois/aristocratic
    Banquet
  Banquet/Symposium
    Census
    Miscellaneous
  Supper party, V. & A. ivory
  Special festive meals
    Christening
    Birthday party
    "The King Drinks"
  Picnic
Pastimes
  Boating
  Country walks and promenades
  Drinking (non-alcoholic)
  Embroidery
  Feeding birds
  Feeding fish
  Gambling
  Knitting
  Letter-writing
  Reading
  Sightseeing
  Sleeping
  Smoking
  Writing
  Miscellaneous
Ships
  Seafaring allegories
  Sailing ships and boats
    Men of war
    Merchant ships
    Yachts
  Various types
    Fishing boats
    Gondolas
    Rowing boats
    Submarines
    Steamers
    Paddle-boats
    Ceremonial vessels
    Barges
    Spanish "silver" ships
    Various types (see also Transport--Ferries)
  Miscellaneous
    Antiquity
    Shipwreck/storm at sea {see also MAGIC & SCIENCE
    Launching a ship
    Boats in harbour/under repair
    Adaptations
  Sea battles
    Ancient
    Post-classical
Warfare
  Battles
    Assyrian—see PRE-CLASSICAL ICONOGRAPHY
    Ancient
      Sarcophagi
        Census
        Miscellaneous
      Types and cycles
      Miscellaneous
    Classical types
      Cavalry
        Antique representation
        Post-antique representation
      Infantry
        Antique representation
        Post-antique representation
    Oriental
    Modern
      Types
        Women
        Nudes
      Specific
        Anghiari
        Cascina
        'Battles of the Duc de Coigny'
        Pavia
        San Romano
        Storming of Seringapatam
        Miscellaneous
      Unspecific
        Without bows or guns
        With bows or crossbows
        With guns
  Soldiers
    Classical
      Cycles
      Heads and busts
      Wounded, dying and dead
      Miscellaneous
      Charioteers
      Cavalry
      Infantry
        Nude or semi-nude (cf. Gladiators)
        Armed or clothed
    Post-classical
      Cycles
      On horseback
      With pikes/halberds
      With maces
      With bows/crossbows
      With muskets etc.
      With cannon
      With flutes/drums etc.
      With flags/standards
      Military ranks
      With women
      Playing cards, dice, backgammon etc.
      Non-European, depicted by Europeans
      Militia and guardsmen
      Children
      Miscellaneous
  Before & after battle
    Soldiers leaving home
    Soldiers resting
    Target practice/manoeuvres
    Council of war
    Wounded
    Division of spoils
    War memorial
    Captives
  Miseries of War
    Cycles
    Massacre/pillage/murder
    Refugees, etc.
  Siege
    Siege
    Capture of town
  Warfare
    Strategy
    Aerial bombardment
    Order of battle/parades/marches
    War heroes/heroines in action
  The camp
    Camp
    Camp-followers
  Weapons
    Weapons and armour (see also Costume)
    Firearms
    War machines
  World War I
  Spanish Civil War
  Riots/demonstrations
  Allegories of war
  War and Peace
  Peace
  War and Victory
  Trophy
  Duel
Tournament
  Tapestries
  Cassoni
  16th-century German prints
  Pluvinel, Instructions du Roy
  Miscellaneous
Lifting on shield
Estates of society
  Cycles
    Jean Bourdichon
    Tarocchi
  The poor
  Nobleman and lady cycle, Monogrammist CG
  Nobility
  Kings and queens
  Clerics
  Miscellaneous
  Adaptations
Orders of knighthood
  Heralds
  Knights
  Order of the Garter
  Order of the Golden Fleece
  Order of Christ
  Knights of Malta
  Order of Saint Michel
  Order of Santiago
  Order of San Stefano
  Miscellaneous orders
  Honours
Initiation
Election
Oaths
Kingship
  Hagia Triada chieftain cup
  Divine origin of kings
  The king's touch
  Miscellaneous
Coronation
  Census
  St Stephen's mantle
  Crowns
  Crowning of the poet
  Miscellaneous
Investiture
Apotheosis
  Homer
  Gemma Augustea/Gemma Tiberiana
  Ancient emperors, miscellaneous
  Modern rulers, miscellaneous
  Buckingham
  Nelson
  Cities and battles
  Artists, poets, actors, philosophers
  Saints/religious persons
  Miscellaneous
Art
  Painter's studio
    Equipment
    At work, alone
    With live model
    With plastic model
    With sitter
    Models (without the painter)
    Painting from inspiration
    Relaxing
    With friends/patrons
    With family/apprentices
    Apprenticeship/apprentices
  Sketching outdoors/plein-air painting
  At work indoors - not in studio
  Studios of
    Sculptors
    Architects/craftsmen
    Engravers/printers
    Potters
  Academies of art
    Technical instruction
    Academy exhibitions
    Satirical/infantile/erotic
    Artists' clubs
    Miscellaneous
  Societies of artists
    Bentveughels
    Miscellaneous
  Academies, not specifically of art
  Art appreciation
  Artists' houses
    El Greco
    Rubens
    Titian
    Vasari
    Zuccari
    Miscellaneous
  Kunst und Wunderkammer
  Collections
    Antique sculpture, 16th/17th century Roman collections
      Collecting of antiquities, miscellaneous
      Albani
      Altieri
      Aquino
      Ariano
      Bolognese
      Borghese
      Del Bufalo
      Borromini
      Museo Capitolino & Campidoglio
      Carpi
      Cesarino
      Cesi
      Cevoli
      Colonna
      Este
      Gallo
      Garimberti
      Granvelle
      Grassi
      Ludovisi
      Maffei
      Mattei
      Medici
        Census
        Villa Medici
      Del Monte (Pope Julius III)
      Mutti
      Salviati (Census)
      Santacroce
      Sassi
      Savelli
      Soderini
      Vatican (Census)
      Della Valle
      17th /18th cent./miscellaneous collections
    Britain
      Sir John Soane's Museum
      Wilton House
      Woburn Abbey
      Miscellaneous
    France
      Treasure of St Denis, gifts of Suger etc.
      La galerie du sieur Girardon
      Miscellaneous
    German lands
    Italy
      Alfonso d'Este, Ferrara
      Uffizi, Florence
      Isabella d'Este, Mantua
      Miscellaneous
      Japanese idols brought by the Jesuits to Rome
      Medici collection
    Netherlands
    Miscellaneous
      Rudolf II, Prague
      Archduke Leopold William, Brussels
      Miscellaneous and anonymous
      Pictures in domestic settings
  Museums
    Britain
    France
    Germany
    Israel
    Italy
    Netherlands
    Russia
    Spain
    United States
    Miscellaneous
  Grand tour
    Tourists/Ciceroni
    G. Keate Sketchbook, B. M.
    Miscellaneous
  Art dealers/galleries/auction houses
  Fakes/forgeries
  Exhibitions
    Great exhibition of 1851 and similar ventures
    Miscellaneous
Libraries
  Decoration of Salone Sistino, Vatican Library
    The great historic libraries
    Ensemble
    Councils of the church--Eastern
    Councils of the church--Western
    The alphabets and their inventors
  Catalogues and book lists
  Escorial
  Le Puy
  Ramusio
  England
  Warburg Institute
    Heilwigstraße, Hamburg
    Thames House, London
    Imperial Institute Buildings, London
    Woburn Square, London
  Miscellaneous
Caricature
  Bernini
  Carracci
  Daumier
  Doré
  Ghezzi
  Goya
  Hogarth
  Leonardo
  Mola
  Neapolitan
  Patch
  Rowlandson
  Tiepolo
  Miscellaneous
  P. L. Ghezzi, Duke of Wellington collection
  Goya, Los Caprichos
  Capricci
    Gerardini
    Solis
    Miscellaneous
  Grotesque figures/heads
    Double and triple heads
    Leonardo
    Arcimboldo
    Bolten van Zwolle
    Theophrastus 1836
    Grotesque figures
    Grotesque figures and heads, miscellaneous
Satire
  On fashion
  On marriage/courtship
  On religion--see RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
  On works of art/collections/dealers, etc.
  J.W.C.I., XV. 3-4 (missing)
  Folly
  Rakes, drunkards, gamblers and prostitutes
    Rake's Progress, Amsterdam 1541
    Lo specchio a fin de la putana
    La vita del lascivo
    Hogarth, The Harlot's Progress, engravings
    Hogarth, The Rake's Progress, paintings
    Hogarth, The Rake's Progress, engravings
    Hogarth, The Rake's Progress, plagiaries
    Industry and Idleness
    Rakes, drunkards, gamblers, miscellaneous
    Courtesans and prostitutes, miscellaneous
  Political
    British Museum satires
      Barlow, satirical playing cards
      Cromwell and the Protectorate
      Downfall of James II; advent of William and Mary
      17th century, miscellaneous
      The rebellion of 1745
      Satires against Walpole
      18th century, miscellaneous
    Michelfeld tapestry, and Dürer's woodcuts after it
    Thirty Years' War
    16th century, miscellaneous
    England, 17th century
    Netherlands, 16th and 17th centuries
    France, Ancien Régime
    French Revolution
    Napoleonic period
    England, 18th and 19th centuries
    19th century (except England), miscellaneous
    20th century, miscellaneous
    Miscellaneous
Political symbols and allegories
  Zincgreff, Emblematum ethico-politicorum, 1619
  Thirty Years' War
  Leo Belgicus
  Netherlands, miscellaneous
  France, miscellaneous
  Allegories, miscellaneous
  Symbols, miscellaneous
 Propaganda
Popular Imagery
  Land of Cockayne
  Monkeys & Pedlars
  Nemo, Nobody, Somebody, Everyman
  Miscellaneous
Battle of the Sexes
  Domination by women
    Cycles
    Old Testament
    Miscellaneous
  Battle for the Trousers
  Miscellaneous
Bath
  Cycle
  Greek bathing
  Bath chambers, thermae etc.
  Mixed and erotic
  Women's bath
    Indoors
    Outdoors
  Men's bath
  Children's bath
  Miscellaneous
  Bathroom decoration
    Appartement des bains, Fontainebleau
    Cardinal Bibbiena's bathroom in the Vatican
Love
  Philosophy of love
    Platonic
    Love discussed
  Allegories of love
    Cycles
    Love & life
    Love & death
    Temperaments in love
    Folly of love
    Modest & wanton love
    Miscellaneous
  Symbolism of love
    Fons Amoris
    Castle of love
    Court of the god of love
    Symbolism of the sexual act
    Carrying a torch
    Offering the heart
    Knot of love
    Erotic symbolism
    Miscellaneous
  Garden of Love
    Medieval
    Renaissance and later
  Practice of love/love-making
    Cycle: I Modi
    Miscellaneous
    Lesbian
  The Lover
    Love sickness
    Flirtation/flirt
    The lover's choice
    Contemplating a naked woman
    Looking at portrait of the beloved
    Jilted lover
    Voyeurs
  Conventions of love
    Love couple
      Cycle
      Single pair
        Entretien galant
        Embrace
        Bedroom scenes
        In the country
        With book
        Love letter
        Playing chess
        Drinking/offering drink
        Offering fruit or flowers
        Elopement
        Couple on horseback
        Coronation of lover
        Fool & woman
        Romantic
        Lover's quarrel
      Complex
      Miscellaneous
    Love & music
      Cycle
      Single figure
      Single pair
      Complex
  Seduction
    By men
    By women
  Illicit etc.
    Adultery
    Rape
    Unwanted pregnancy
  Venal
    Odalisques/Harem
    Courtesans
    Procuress
    Brothels
    Money offered/stolen
    Venal love spurned
  Unequal love/ill-assorted couples
    Allegory
    Old man & young woman
    Old woman & young man
    Woman between old & young man
    Miscellaneous
  Eternal triangle (missing)
  Marriage
    Census
    Wedding caskets and sarcophagi
    Cycles and miscellaneous
    Allegories etc.
      Cycles
      Miscellaneous
      Mystic marriage
      Symbol: the yoke
      Forced marriage
      Arranged marriage
  Marriage rites
    Before the ceremony
      Betrothal
      Wedding preparations
      The dowry
      Bridal procession
    The ceremony
      Dextrarum iunctio
      Giving the ring
      Miscellaneous
      Signing the contract
      Leaving the ceremony
    After the ceremony
      The wedding feast
      Bedding the bride
      Aftermath--the married state
    Dancers, processions
      Aldegrever
      Beham
      Schaüfelein
      Domenico Veneziano
      Miscellaneous
Conception/birth
  Ludovisi throne and Boston relief
  Miscellaneous
Divorce 
RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY


HEBREW DOGMA, RITUAL AND PRIESTHOOD

Miscellaneous
Jewish customs and genre scenes
Jewish ghettoes
Jewish cemeteries
  France
  Germany
  Hungary
  Miscellaneous
  Ernst Naményi notes
Synagogues
  France
  Germany
  Hungary
  Italy
  Miscellaneous
  Ernst Naményi notes
Jewish ritual objects
  Passover dishes etc
  Kettubot
  Spice boxes
  Chanukah lamps
  Rimonim
  Ornaments of the Torah and the Ark
  Miscellaneous
Megillot of Esther
Haggadah
Jewish ritual printed books
Manuscripts


OLD TESTAMENT AND NEW TESTAMENT


Old Testament and New Testament cycles
Old Testament and New Testament worthies
Old Testament and New Testament allegorised
Old Testament: patriarchs
Old Testament: women worthies
Old Testament: cycles
Old Testament
  Genesis
    Cycles
    Creation
      Cycles
      The seven days
        Day 1: creation of day and night
        Day 2: division of the firmament
        Day 3: creation of earth and seas
        Day 3: creation of plants
        Day 4: creation of sun, moons and stars
        Days 5 & 6: creation of fish, fowl and animals
        Day 7: day of rest
      Miscellaneous
        'And the spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters'
        Creation of matter, heaven, angels, time
        Fall of the rebel angels (see also Apocalypse)
        God as Creator
        Miscellaneous
    Adam and Eve
      Cycles
      Adam-single figure
      Eve-single figure
      Adam and Eve together
      Creation of Adam
      Creation of Eve
      Before the fall
        Marriage of Adam and Eve
        Adam naming the beasts
        Eve naming the birds
        God's warning
        Adam and Eve in paradise: adaptations
        Adam and Eve in paradise: miscellaneous
      The fall
        Without animals
          Serpentine snake
          Anthropoid snake
        With animals
          Serpentine snake
          Anthropoid snake
        Miscellaneous
          Without serpent
          With other scenes
          Allegory
          With memento mori
          Adaptations and miscellaneous
      After the fall, before the expulsion
        Adam and Eve hiding
        God admonishes them
        God gives them garments
      The expulsion from paradise
        Miscellaneous
        With memento mori
      After the expulsion
        Adam and Eve at work
        Adam and Eve lamenting sin
        Adam and Eve doing penance
        Miscellaneous
    Seth
      Adam and Seth: the two columns (Josephus, Antiquities)
    Cain and Abel
      Cycles
      Sacrifice of Cain and Abel
      Death of Abel
      Cain cursed by the Lord
      Adam and Eve mourning the death of Abel
      Cain and his family
    The death of Adam (see also Legend of the True Cross)
    Enoch
    Lamech and his children
      Lamech and Cain
      Lamech beaten by his wives
      Lamech's children: Jabal, Jubal, Tubalcain and Naamah
    Noah
      Cycles
      God and Noah
      Before the deluge
      Construction of the ark
      Noah's ark
      The animals entering the ark
      The deluge
      Sacrifice of Noah
      End of deluge: disembarkation
      The rainbow
      Noah's family
      Noah planting the vine
      Drunkenness of Noah
      Cursing of Ham
      Adaptations
    Nimrod and the giants
    Gomer
    Descendants of Shem
    The tower of Babel
    Abraham
      Cycles
      Single figure
      Sarah: single figure
      Abraham's bosom
      Departure from Haran
      Abraham at Sichem
      Abraham and Lot
      Fighting the king of Sodom
      Abraham and Melchizedek
      God encourages Abraham
      The vision of the smoking furnace
      Abraham and the three angels
      Lot
        Cycle
        Single figure
        Lot and the angels
        Lot led from the city by the angels
        Lot and his daughters
      Abimelech restores Sarah to Abraham
      Hagar
        Sarah introduces Hagar to Abraham
        The first expulsion of Hagar (when pregnant)
        The return of Hagar
        The second expulsion of Hagar (with Ishmael)
        Hagar and Ishmael in the desert (without angel)
        The angel comforting Hagar
        Hagar and Ishmael summoned home by Abraham
        Ishmael, miscellaneous
      The sacrifice of Isaac
        Cycles
        Fritz Saxl's notes
        Birth and circumcision of Isaac
        Isaac bearing the logs for his sacrifice
        Abraham blessing Isaac/before the sacrifice
        Sacrifice of Isaac: before the appearance of the angel
        Sacrifice of Isaac: with angel, without servants
        Sacrifice of Isaac, with servants
        Sacrifice of Isaac, with God the Father
        Sacrifice of Isaac: Isaac naked
        Sacrifice of Isaac: variants (typological, allegorical, etc.)
        Abraham offering the ram
    Isaac and Rebecca
      Cycles
      Eliezer and Rebecca: cycles
      Eliezer's oath
      Rebecca at the well
      Eliezer and Rebecca's parents
      Rebecca leaving her father
      The meeting of Isaac and Rebecca
      The marriage of Isaac and Rebecca
    Jacob, cycles and miscellaneous
    Birth of Esau and Jacob
    Esau selling his birthright
    God appearing to Isaac
    Isaac and Rebecca surprised by Abimelech
    Isaac blessing Jacob
    Esau before Isaac
    Jacob and Esau, miscellaneous
    Jacob's dream
    Jacob meeting Laban
    Jacob, Laban and the division of the flocks
    Jacob's migration into Canaan
    Laban seeking his idols
    Jacob wrestling with the angel
    Reconciliation of Jacob and Esau
    Dinah
    Jacob putting away strange gods
    Jacob and Rachel (and Leah)
    The death of Rachel
    Judah and Tamar
    Joseph
      Cycles
      Joseph bringing his brothers' evil report to their father
      Joseph's dreams
      Joseph on his way from Sichem to Dothan
      Joseph cast into the well by his brothers
      Joseph sold to the Ishmaelites
      Joseph's coat shown to Jacob
      Joseph sold to Potiphar
      Joseph and Potiphar's wife
      Joseph led to prison
      Joseph interprets dreams in prison
      The baker led out to execution
      Asseneth/Asenath (daughter of Potiphar, wife of Joseph)
      Pharaoh's dream
      Joseph interpreting Pharaoh's dream
      Joseph as ruler over the land of Egypt
      Triumph of Joseph
      Joseph sells corn to his brothers
      Benjamin leaves Jacob
      The finding of Joseph's cup
      Joseph reveals his identity to his brothers
      Jacob's journey to Egypt, and his vision
      Joseph meeting Jacob
      Joseph presenting Jacob before Pharaoh
    Jacob on his deathbed
      Blessing Manasseh and Ephraim
      Blessing his sons
      Dying
    The twelve sons of Jacob/the twelve tribes of Israel
    The burial of Jacob
    Joseph's death and corpse
  Exodus
    Cycles
    Initial H
    Moses
      Cycles
      Single figure
      Single figure, horned
      Moses and Aaron
      Moses as bishop
      Moses as lawgiver
      Adaptations and miscellaneous
    The Israelites in Egypt
    Pharaoh ordering the destruction of the Hebrew children
    The birth and exposure of Moses
    The childhood of Moses
      Nursed by his mother
      Tested by fire
      Trampling the crown of Pharaoh
    The finding of Moses
    Moses slays the Egyptian taskmaster
    Moses and the daughters of Jethro
    Moses and the burning bush
    Moses' journey to Egypt
      Travelling
      Zipporah circumcising her son
      Meeting Aaron
    The Israelites and their Egyptian taskmasters
    Moses and Aaron before Pharaoh
    The plagues of Egypt
    The Passover
    The mark of the Tau
    The departure from Egypt
    The crossing of the Red Sea
    The crossing of the Red Sea with Joseph's bones
    Miriam
    Moses sweetening the bitter waters of Marah
    The oasis of Elim
    Israelites gathering manna
    The gathering of quails (cf. Numbers)
    Moses striking the rock
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Victory of Joshua over the Amalekites
    Jethro visits Moses in the wilderness
    Moses appointing judges
    The Israelites washing their clothes
    The Israelites on Mount Sinai
    Moses on Mount Sinai (Moses as intermediary)
    The Lord’s instructions to Moses on Mount Sinai
    The Ark of the Covenant and the Tabernacle
      Tabernacle and utensils
      Human bones as prototype for tabernacle construction
      The ephod/high priest of the tabernacle
      Consecration of the priests/sanctification of the tabernacle
      The Israelites bringing materials for the tabernacle
      Offerings at the tabernacle
      Ark of the Covenant, miscellaneous
    Moses receiving the tables of the law
    The golden calf
    Moses descends from Sinai with his face shining
    Moses presenting the tables of the law to the Israelites
    The Israelites in the desert
      The tents in the desert and the pillar of cloud
      Stations of the Israelites
      God addresses the Israelites
  Old Testament cycle: Leviticus to Ruth (Tempesta)
  Leviticus
    Cycles
    Initial V
    The sin offering
    Aaron’s sacrifice
    Nadab and Abihu
    Clean and unclean animals
    The high priest with beasts for sacrifice
    The scapegoat
    The feast of tabernacles
    Laws about sacrifice
    Stoning of the son of Shelomith
  Numbers
    Cycles
    The lord speaking to Moses
    The Israelites and their standards (the order of the tribes)
    Moses numbering the children of Israel
    Levites bearing the tabernacle
    The law with regard to lepers
    The test of adultery
    Moses and the silver trumpets
    The quails (cf. Exodus)
    Miriam cured of leprosy
    The stoning of the sabbath breaker
    The spies returning with grapes from Eshcol
    Korah, Dathan and Abiram
    Aaron's sacrifice
    Aaron's rod blossoms
    The death of Aaron
    The brazen serpent
    Balaam and the ass
    Balaam and Balak
    Rules for sacrifice
    The Midianite women
      Phineas killing Zimri and Cozbi
      The captured Midianite women
      The purification of the Midianite virgins
  Deuteronomy
    Cycles
    God gives the charge to Joshua and Moses
    The last will of Moses
    The death of Moses
    The promised land
    Various laws
  Joshua
    Cycles
    Single figure
    God speaks to Joshua
    The soldiers of Israel prepare to cross the Jordan
    Rahab and the spies
    Joshua bids the ark go forward
    The crossing of the Jordan
    The circumcision of the children of Israel
    Joshua and the angel
    The siege of Jericho
    The destruction of Ai
    Joshua and the Gibeonites
    Victory over the Amorites
    Joshua stays sun and moon
    The five kings
    Joshua divides the inheritance to Israel
    The daughters of Zelophedad
    Joshua making a covenant
    Death of Joshua
  Judges
    King Adoni-Bezek
    Othniel and Achsah, the daughter of Caleb
    Ehud kills Eglon, king of Moab
    Deborah and Barak
    Jael and Sisera
    Gideon
      Gideon and the angel; destruction of the altar of Baal
      Gideon and the fleece
      Gideon selecting his men
      Defeat of the Midianites
    The death of Abimelech
    Jephthah and his daughter
      Cycles
      Jephthah's daughter--single figure
      Jephthah meeting his daughter
      Jephthah's daughter bewailing her virginity
      Sacrifice of Jephthah's daughter
      The daughters of Israel mourning Jephthah's daughter
    Manoah and his wife
      Apparition of the angel
      Sacrifice, with angel ascending in the flames
      Rembrandt: Fritz Saxl notes and photos
    Samson
      Cycles
      Single figure
      Samson rending the lion
      Bees and honey in the lion's carcase
      Samson's wedding
      Samson and his father-in-law
      The foxes in the cornfield
      Samson fighting the Philistines in the cornfield
      Samson smiting Philistines with the jawbone of an ass
      Samson drinking water from the jawbone
      Samson carrying the gates of Gaza
      Samson and Delilah
        Breaking his bonds
        Philistines cut his locks
        Delilah cuts his locks
        Miscellaneous
      Capture of Samson
      Blinding of Samson
      Samson in prison, at the mill: eyeless in Gaza
      Samson destroys the house of the Philistines
    Micah's idolatry
    The Levite and his concubine
    The battle of Gibeah
    The rape of the daughters of Shiloh
  Ruth
    Cycles
    Ruth and Naomi
    Ruth and Boaz
    Boaz and the elders
  The Kings of Israel
  The Books of the Kings: Cycles
  I Kings (Vulgate) I Samuel (Authorised Version)
    Samuel
      Single figure
      Elkanah, Hannah and Peninah
      Hannah
      Samuel and Eli
      God appearing to Samuel as a child
      Eli, miscellaneous
      The Philistines capture the ark
      The death of Eli
      The ark in the temple of Dagon
      The plague at Ashdod
      The ark returned by the Philistines
    Saul
      Single figure
      Saul asks Samuel for his strayed asses
      Samuel anoints Saul
      Samuel offers sacrifices for the young Saul
      The Israelites sharpen their weapons
      Saul and the Amalekites
    Jonathan fighting the Philistines
    David
      Cycles
      Single figure
        As musician
          Playing the harp
          With the harp, but not playing it
          Playing a musical instrument other than a harp
          With a musical instrument other than a harp: not playing it
        As psalmist
          Dictating his psalms
          David as psalmist
          David receiving a psalter from God
        In prayer
        As repentant sinner
        As king, without harp or other musical instrument
        Performing six works of charity
        As lawgiver
        David triumphant in a chariot
        Miscellaneous
    Samuel anointing David
    David presented to Saul
    David soothing Saul's spirits with the harp
    David killing the lion/the bear
    David and Goliath
      David refusing Saul's armour
      David with stone and sling (single figure)
      David killing Goliath with stone and sling
      David beheading Goliath
      David with the head of Goliath
      David presenting Goliath's head to Saul
      Triumph of David
    David and Michal
    David and Saul
      David presents foreskins to Saul
      David and Jonathan
      Jonathan and Saul
      Saul hurls his javelin at David, playing the harp
      David given bread and Goliath's sword by Ahimelech
      David feigns madness before Achish, king of Gath
      Doeg and the priests of Nob
      David smiting the Philistines and others
      David cutting Saul's robe
      David taking/removing Saul's spear and water
    David and Abigail (and Nabal)
    David and Achish, king of Gath
    Saul and the witch of Endor
    Ahinoam and Abigail taken by the Amalekites
    The death of Saul
  II Kings (Vulgate) II Samuel (Authorised Version)
    Coronation and exaltation of David
    David mourning for Saul and Jonathan
    David and Abner
    Joab killing Abner
    The killing of Baanah and Rechab
    The ark returns to Jerusalem
      Return of the ark
      David dancing/playing before the ark
      Death of Uzzah
      Michal's contempt
      David worshipping in the tabernacle
    David chooses the High Priest
    David, Mephibosheth and Ziba
    David and Bathsheba
      Cycles
      Tapestries
      Bathsheba seen by David: not receiving message
      Bathsheba seen by David: receiving message
      Bathsheba: David not present: without letter/message
      Bathsheba: David not present: receiving letter/message
      David and Bathsheba, miscellaneous
      Uriah receives the letter from David, and the death of Uriah
      David and Nathan
      David's penitence
    Tamar
    David and Absalom
      David, Absalom and the woman of Tekoah
      The death of Amnon
      Shimei curses David
      The death of Absalom
    Joab kills Amasa
    Saul’s sons hanged
    David gathering the bones of Saul and his sons
    David's mighty men
    David's sacrifice
    David: various battles
  III Kings (Vulgate) I Kings (Authorised Version)
    The deathbed of King David
      David and Abishag
      Bathsheba begging David to make Solomon king
      Solomon at the deathbed of King David
      David's death and burial
    Solomon
      Cycles
      Single figure (not enthroned)
      Enthroned (not on the throne of Solomon)
      Adaptations
      As author of Proverbs
      Miscellaneous
      Solomon anointed king
      Bathsheba before Solomon
      Solomon's dream at Gibeon
      Judgement of Solomon
        Baby held by foot
        Baby not held by foot
        Adaptations
      Temple of Solomon
        The message from Hiram
        The building of the temple
        Reconstruction of the temple: Torniellus, Annales sacri
        Reconstruction of the temple: Scheuchzer, Physica sacra
        Reconstructions of the temple: miscellaneous
        Solomon's house
        Consecration of the temple
        The Lord appears to Solomon
      The queen of Sheba
        Meeting of Solomon and Sheba
        The queen of Sheba and the True Cross--see Legend of the Cross
        The queen of Sheba tests Solomon with hard riddles
        The throne of Solomon
      Solomon worshipping false idols (the voluptuousness of Solomon)
    Rehoboam succeedeth Solomon
    Jeroboam
    Asa
    Elah and Zimri
    Elijah
      Cycles
      Single figure
      Elijah fed by ravens
      Elijah's sacrifice
      Elijah in the desert with the angel
      Elijah throwing his mantle over Elisha
    Ahab and Naboth
      Cycle
      Miscellaneous
      Death of Ahab
  IV Kings (Vulgate) II Kings (Authorised Version)
    Elijah
      King Ahaziah
      The captains and their fifties
      The chariot of fire
    Elisha
      Elisha dividing the waters
      Elisha pouring salt into the waters of Jericho
      Elisha and the mocking children
      Elisha and the prophet’s widow
      Elisha and the Shunamite woman
        Cycle
        Miscellaneous
      Elisha and Naaman
      Elisha and the axehead
      The Syrians struck blind by Elisha
    Plundering of Syria
    Jezebel
    Jehu
    Joash and Athalia
    Joash at the deathbed of Elisha
    The buried man cured by contact with Elisha's bones
    Ahaz
    Hezekiah
    The destruction of the armies of Sennacherib
    The death of Sennacherib
    Josiah
      Cycles
      Miscellaneous
    Nebuchadnezzar destroys Jerusalem
    Evilmerodach releases Jehoiachin from prison
  Chronicles
    Miscellaneous
  I and II Esdras (Vulgate) (A.V. Ezra, Nehemiah)
  Tobit
    Cycles
    Adaptations
    Tobit burying the dead
    Blinding of Tobit
    Tobit, Anna and the kid
    Tobit lends money to Gabael
    The angel in Tobit's house
    Departure of Tobias
    Tobias and the angel--without the fish
    Tobias catching the fish
    Tobias cutting out the fish's liver
    Tobias and the angel--with the fish
    Raguel receiving Tobias
    Marriage of Tobias and Sarah
    Wedding night of Tobias and Sarah
    Tobias leaving the house of Raguel
    Tobit and Anna waiting for Tobias
    Return of Tobias
    Tobias healing Tobit's blindness
    Tobias paying the angel
    Raphael leaves the house of Tobit
  Judith
    Cycles
    Specific works
    Story of Holofernes
    Story of Achior
    Judith preparing herself, and heading for Holofernes' camp
    Judith introduced to Holofernes
    Feast of Judith and Holofernes
    Judith in Holofernes' tent, before the beheading
    Beheading of Holofernes
    Judith rushing from the camp
    Discovery of Holofernes' corpse
    Judith showing Holofernes' head to the people
    Judith placing Holofernes' head in a sack
    Judith with head of Holofernes (not placing it in a sack)
    Judith without head of Holofernes
    Judith--adaptations and miscellaneous
  Esther
    Cycles
    Single figure
    The feast of Ahasuerus (and Vashti)
    The crowning of Esther
    The feast of Esther
    Mordecai discovers the plot against Ahasuerus
    Ahasuerus gives Haman power to destroy the Jews
    Mordecai's lament
    Esther fasting
    Esther's toilet
    Esther before Ahasuerus
    'On that night could not the king sleep'
    Ahasuerus orders Haman to honour Mordecai
    The triumph of Mordecai
    Esther, Haman and Ahasuerus
    The death of Haman
    Mordecai receives the ring of Ahasuerus
    Esther, Mordecai and the revenge of the Jews
  Job
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Job taunted by his wife
    Job visited by his friends
    Job with musicians
    Miscellaneous
  Psalms
  Proverbs
  Ecclesiastes
  Canticles (Song of Songs)
  The Book of Wisdom (The Wisdom of Solomon)
  Ecclesiasticus
  Prophets
    Cycles
    Single figure, unidentified
  Isaiah
    Single figure
    Vision of the Lord God of Hosts; the Live Coal
    Miscellaneous Visions
    Prophecies
    With Morning and Night
    Satire on/condemnation of idolatry
    Martyrdom of Isaiah
    Miscellaneous
  Jeremiah
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Called by God
    Vision of the rod and seething pot
    Jeremiah's girdle
    Lamenting over Jerusalem
    Cast into the dungeon
    The stoning of Jeremiah
    Miscellaneous
  Lamentations—see: Jeremiah lamenting over Jerusalem
  Baruch
  Ezekiel
    Cycles
    Vision of the Tetramorph
    Ezekiel in the valley of bones
    The temple of Ezekiel
    Miscellaneous
  Daniel
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Nebuchadnezzar captures Jerusalem
    Nebuchadnezzar's first dream
    The children in the furnace
    Nebuchadnezzar's second dream
    Nebuchadnezzar's madness
    Belshazzar's feast
    Daniel in the lions' den
    The visions of Daniel
    Susanna and the elders
      Cycles
      Susanna--single figure
      Elders hiding
      Elders approaching
      Elders tugging at Susanna’s garments
      Elders touching Susanna’s skin
      Elders feeling Susanna’s breasts
      Judgment of Daniel
      Stoning of the elders
    Bel and the dragon
      Cycle
      Miscellaneous
      An angel brings Habakkuk with food to Daniel in the lions' den
  Hosea
  Joel
  Amos
  Obadiah
  Jonah
    Census
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Jonah thrown overboard
    Jonah vomited up by the whale
    Jonah under the gourd
    Miscellaneous
  Nahum
  Habakkuk
  Zephaniah
  Haggai
  Zachariah
  Malachi
  Maccabees
    Cycles 
      Painted Chamber, Westminster
      Miscellaneous 
    Single figure
      Judas Maccabeus
    Revolt of Mattathias
    Eleazar, the son of Saura, dies beneath an elephant
    Death of Nicanor
    The letter from the Jewish community in Jerusalem to the Jews of Egypt
    Expulsion of Heliodorus
    Andronicus murder Onias
    Martyrdom of Eleazar the Scribe
    Martyrdom of the Seven Brothers 
    Miscellaneous
  Apocrypha (for Apocrypha in Authorised Version, see Tobit, Judith, Book of Wisdom, Ecclesiasticus, Daniel (Susanna and the elders, Bel and the dragon), Maccabees)
    The prayer of Manasseh
    III and IV Esdras (Vulgate) (A.V. I and II Esdras)
    Miscellaneous
  Josephus (see also CLASSICAL HISTORY)
New Testament
  Canon Tables
       Cycles
       Letter from Eusebius of Caesarea to Carpianus on the Gospel canons
       Miscellaneous
  Liturgical Cycles
  New Testament Cycles
  Cycles of the Life of Christ
  Life of Christ
  Annunciation
    With Virgin only
    With angel only
    Angel not flying    
      Angel holding sceptre
        Angel standing
        Angel kneeling or genuflecting
      Angel holding scroll
        Angel standing
        Angel kneeling or genuflecting
      Angel holding sceptre and scroll
      Angel holding lily
        Without Holy Spirit as dove
        With Holy Spirit as dove
      Angel holding palm
      Angel holding plant other than lily or palm
      Angel holding nothing
        Angel standing
        Angel kneeling or genuflecting
    With flying angel
      Angel holding sceptre and or scroll
      Angel holding lily
      Angel holding palm
      Angel holding nothing
    With many angels
    With God the father
      Alone
      With angels
      With the hand of God
    With Christ
      As infant
      As adult
      With prediction of Christ's fate
    With saints and/or donors
      With saints, without donors
      With donors, without saints
      With saints and donors
    With other Biblical scenes or figures
      Adam and Eve
      Sacrifice of Isaac
      Moses
      Burning Bush
      Judith
      Miscellaneous prophets/prophecies
      Visitation
      Departure for Bethlehem
      St Luke
      With scenes from Christ’s Passion
    Miscellaneous
      Angel making Virgin's bed
      With symbols of the Virgin
      In Rosary
      With Nativity, Shepherds, Magi
      With symbols of the Passion
      With lamb and flag
      With kneeling girls receiving dowries
      With Eucharist
      With vine symbolism
      With Virgin's crown
      With Virgin/servant spinning
      With sewing basket
      With cat
      With dog
      With 'the stone the builders rejected'
      With Virtues
      Miscellaneous
      Adaptations
  The Virgin telling Joseph of the angel's message
  Joseph's first dream
  Visitation
    Mary and Elisabeth only
       Bamberg Cathedral
       Elisabeth touching or gesturing towards Mary’s belly
       Elisabeth embracing Mary (not touching Mary’s belly)
       Elisabeth touching only Mary’s hand
       Elisabeth and Mary not touching
       Misc
    With Joseph and/or Zacharias
    With servants
    With many figures
    Miscellaneous
      With donors
      With Trinity
      With angels
      With saints
      With sacrifice of Isaac
      With children in the wombs
      With birth of Christ/John
      With massacre of the innocents
      With baptism
      With open grave
      With scenes from the passion
      With scenes from the life of the Baptist
      With peacock
      With archer
  Joseph and Mary travel to Bethlehem
    The census taken at Bethlehem
    The journey to Bethlehem
    No room at the inn
  Nativity
    Cycles
      London, BM, ivory book cover
      Padua, S. Giustina porch sculptures
      Louvre, Paris, ivory casket
      Jacopo della Quercia, Bologna, S. Petronio
      Miscellaneous
    Immediate family only
      Child only
      Virgin and child only
      Joseph, Virgin and child only
    Immediate family and angels only
      Virgin, child and angels only
      Joseph, Virgin, child and angels only
      Angels making themselves useful
    Joseph holding/doing things
      Removing hose
      Warming himself
      Holding candle/lantern
      Cooking
      Fetching water
      Chopping firewood
    Virgin lying in
    Bathing of Christ
    With God the father/the holy spirit
    With saints
    With John the Baptist as an infant
    With St Bridget of Sweden
    With donors
    With the midwives, Zelomi and Salome
    With Adam and Eve
    With star
    With Tobias and the angel
    With prediction of Christ's fate
    With onlookers
    With sibyl/prophet
    With horoscope of Christ
    Before a triumphal arch
    Botticelli: mystic nativity
    Miscellaneous
    With various other scenes
    Nativity sculptures (crib, presepio)
    With annunciation to the shepherds
      Virgin and child only
      Immediate family (and possibly angels) only
      Joseph holding candle/lantern
      Joseph warming himself/removing hose/asleep
      Virgin lying in
      Bathing of Christ
      With God the father/holy spirit
      With onlookers
      With John the Baptist
    With arrival of the shepherds
      On their way
      Looking in
      Present
    With Magi
      Arriving in background
      Nativity and Adoration of the Magi (double scenes)
  Annunciation to the Shepherds
  Adoration of the shepherds
    Shepherds bringing gifts
      Including lamb
      Not including lamb
    Shepherds not bringing gifts
      With angels
      Without angels
    Virgin kneeling in adoration before the child
    With annunciation to shepherds
    With Magi in background
    With Virgin lying in
    With annunciation to Virgin/visitation
    With God
    Before triumphal arch
    With saints, prophets, sibyls, donors
    Joseph resting head on hands
    Adaptations
  Story of the Magi
    Cycles
      Limoges Châsses
      Miscellaneous
    Fragments
    Miscellaneous
    Journey of the Magi
      Benozzo Gozzoli
      Miscellaneous
    Herod questioning the priests and scribes
    The Magi before Herod
    The dream of the Magi
    The return of the Magi
    The death of the Magi
  Adoration of the Magi
    Specific paintings
      12th-century English ivories, V&A
      12th-century Rhenish ivories, V&A
      Gentile da Fabriano, Uffizi
      Fra Angelico and Fra Filippo Lippi, Washington
      Frescoes in Völlan, near Merano 
      Leonardo da Vinci, Uffizi
      Titian (?), Prado
    Without attendants
      Without Joseph
        Black magus
        White magus
      With Joseph
        Black magus
        White magus
    With attendants
      Black magus
        With ox and ass
          With angels
          Without angels
        Without ox and ass
          With angels
          Without angels
            With classical ruins
            Without classical ruins
      White magus
        With ox and ass
          With angels
          Without angels
        Without ox and ass
          With angels
          Without angels
    With other New Testament scenes
      With shepherds
      Miscellaneous
      With prediction of Christ's fate
    With God the father
    With saints
    With donors
    With prophets
    In a classical setting
    With Virgin as queen
    With Virgin before grotto
    With Virgin lying in
    Figures of Magi
    With a pair of onlookers
    Fewer than 3 Magi
    With Magi congratulating Joseph
    With Herod
    With procession on horseback in distance
    Adaptations
    Allegories
    Fragments
  Circumcision of Christ
    Without doves
    With doves
    With typological subjects
    With other New Testament scenes
    Miscellaneous
  Presentation in the Temple
    Virgin holding child
      With doves
      Without doves
    Virgin and Simeon holding child
      With doves
      Without doves
    Simeon holding child
      With doves
      Without doves
    Neither Virgin nor Simeon holding child
    Miscellaneous
      With other New Testament scenes/scenes from life of Virgin
      With angels
      With saints/donors
      With typological scenes
      With Virtues
      Anna/Simeon
      Adaptations
  Joseph's second dream
  Massacre of the Innocents
    Herod's dream
    Herod ordering the massacre
    The massacre
      With Herod
      Without Herod
      Raphael/Marcantonio type
      Brueghel type
      With flight into Egypt
    The holy innocents
  The flight into Egypt
    No distinctive iconography
      Family moving towards right
      Family moving towards left
      Family moving towards viewer
    Legends
      Falling idols
      Leaning palm
      Miraculous corn
      Brigands
      Ox
      Gypsy
    With angel(s)
    With God
    With saints
    With Joseph's dream
    With massacre of the innocents
    With other New Testament scenes
    In a Netherlandish landscape
    In a classical landscape
    Crossing a river
    Miscellaneous
      Cycles
      With symbols of the Virgin
      Joseph and Virgin riding
      Joseph carrying the child
      Virgin walking
      With shepherds
      Without Joseph
      Joseph drawing water
      With servant
      With two women
      With serpent
      Free-standing sculpture
      With crowd
      Night scenes
      With soldiers
      Adaptations
      The arrival in Egypt
  Rest on the flight into Egypt
    No distinctive iconography
    Legends
      Falling idols
      Leaning palm
      Miraculous corn
      Brigands
      Ox
    With angels
    With John the Baptist
    With John and Elisabeth
    With other saints
    With donors
    With massacre of the innocents
    With references to the Passion
    With flight
    In Netherlandish landscape
    In classical landscape
    In Egyptian landscape
    Miscellaneous
      Virgin nursing child
      With fruit
      Soldiers in the background
      Virgin weeping
      Virgin washing
      Women washing
      At a fountain
      Joseph cooking
      People bringing gifts
      With shepherds
      With elephant
      Adaptations
  Return from Egypt
  Infancy of Christ
    Cycles
      Augsburg, Anton Sorg, 1491
      Hieronymus Wierix
      Raphael Sadeler
      Miscellaneous
    Taking his first steps
    With John the Baptist
    Taught by the Virgin
    Going to school
    In the carpenter's shop
    Piercing his finger on a thorn
    Miscellaneous
  Christ among the doctors
    Christ led into the temple
    Virgin present
      Christ enthroned
      Christ lecturing from podium
      Christ not enthroned, not at podium
      Virgin's heart pierced by a sword
    Virgin not present
      Christ enthroned
      Christ lecturing from podium
      Christ not enthroned, not at podium
      With saints
  Christ returning from the temple
    Virgin in search of him
    With Virgin and Joseph 
    With Joseph
  Baptism of Christ
    With God the Father
      With angels
      Without angels
      With the hands of God
    Without God the Father
      With angels
      Without angels
    Miscellaneous
      John and Christ only
      John preaching
      Christ as a child
      Jordan as a river god
      With tree and axe
      With sun and moon
      With saints or prophets
      With donor
      St John with jug
      Christ naked
        Miscellaneous
        Relief sculpture, S.Giovanni, Monza
      Christ glorified
      John blessing
      Christ in a tub
      Christ only
      With other scenes
      Miscellaneous
  Temptation of Christ
    Cycles
      Sandro Botticelli, Sistine chapel
      Miscellaneous
    'Command that these stones be made bread'
    'Cast thyself down'
    'All these things will I give thee'
    'Get thee hence, Satan'
    'And behold, angels came and ministered unto him'
    With other scenes
    Miscellaneous
  Christ and the Apostles
    Calling of the Apostles
      Peter and Andrew, by sea of Galilee
      Peter and Andrew, not by sea of Galilee
      James and John
      Matthew
      Christ choosing his apostles
      Miscellaneous
    The disciples and the ears of corn
    Giving the keys to Peter
    Giving the law to Paul (Traditio legis)
    Miscellaneous
  Transfiguration of Christ
    Christ, Moses, Elijah, Peter, James and John only
    Christ only
    Christ, Moses and Elijah only
    With the lunatick son
    With other saints
    With donors
    With God
    With angels
    Miscellaneous
  Teaching of Christ
    Sermon in synagogue at Nazareth
    Sermon from the boat
    Sermon on the mount
    Preaching before Herod's steward
    Preaching in the temple
    Christ and the woman of Samaria
      Without other figures
      With other figures
      With evangelists
      With saints
      With other New Testament scenes
    The woman taken in adultery
      No inscription
      Christ writing
      After the writing of the inscription
      Specific works
        'Giorgione'
        Pieter Brueghel I
        Lucas Cranach
    Christ in the house of Mary and Martha
      Christ present
      Mary and/or Martha only
    Christ blessing little children
    The feast in the house of Levi
      Miscellaneous
      Veronese
    Christ in the house of Simon
      Mary anointing his feet
      Mary anointing his head
      With triclinium
      Lazarus discoursing on the pains of hell
    The tribute money
    Christ drives the money-changers from the temple
    Christ and Nicodemus
    'Consider the lilies of the field'
    Teaching about the Eucharist
    'Before Abraham was, I am'--the stoning of Christ
    Christ, his disciples and the Virgin
    Christ prophesies the destruction of the temple
    'The foxes have holes...'
    Christ and the lawyer
    'Come unto me, all ye that labour...'
    Christ and Zacchaeus
    The camel and the eye of the needle
    The widow's mite
    'Lay not up treasure on earth'
    'Be ye wise as serpents, and harmless as doves'
    Signs in the sun, moon and stars
    The disciples break the sabbath by plucking ears of corn
    Christ teaching his disciples (miscellaneous)
    Christ teaching (not his disciples)
  Parables
    Cycles
    Good Samaritan
      Cycles
        Heinrich Aldegrever
        After Maerten van Heemskerck
        Miscellaneous
      With other Biblical subjects
      Man falling among thieves
      Priest and Levite pass by on the other side
      Good Samaritan anoints the victim's wounds...
      ...and sets him on his own beast
      At the inn
    The prodigal son
      Cycles
        Sebald Beham
        Hans Bol
        Jacques Callot
        Pier Francesco Cittadini
        Michiel Coignet
        Luca Giordano
        H. Janssens
        Krems, Austria
        Marburg, Elisabethkirche
        Jacob Matham after Karel van Mander
        Bartolomé Murillo
        Monogrammist MT
        Nuremberg, Sebalduskirche
        South Minim, Hertfordshire
        Pietro Testa
        Vienna, Albertina, Italian engravings
        Sebastian Vrancx
        Miscellaneous tapestries
        Miscellaneous
      Receives inheritance
      Departs
      Dissipation
      Driven out by companions
      Feeding swine
      Welcomed home by his father
      Feast in his honour
      Adaptations
    Dives and Lazarus
      Cycles
        Heinrich Aldegrever
        After Maerten van Heemskerck
        Georg Pencz
        Miscellaneous
      Dives not present
      Dives feasting: Lazarus outside
      Death of Dives
      Lazarus in Abraham's bosom
    Wise and Foolish Virgins
      Cycles
        Monogrammist AG
        Israhel van Meckenem
        Jan Saenredam
        Martin Schongauer
        Burton Agnes Hall
      Miscellaneous
  The Great Supper/Wedding of the King's Son
    Sending for guests
    Excuses of the guests who could not come
    The guests arrive and eat
    Expulsion of the guests with no garment
  Miscellaneous, on agricultural themes
    The good shepherd
    The lost sheep
    'Every plant ... shall be rooted up'
    Labourers in the vineyard
    Sheep on the right, goats on the left
    The sower
    The grain of mustard seed
    The barren fig-tree
    The wicked husbandmen
    The sowing of the tares
    The rich man and his steward
  Miscellaneous, on non-agricultural themes
    The city set on a hill
    The house built on sand
    The broad and narrow ways
    The talents
    The rich man
    The lost coin
    Pearls before swine
    The hidden treasure
    The unmerciful servant
    The unjust judge and the importunate widow
    'I am the light of the world'
    Blind leading the blind
    Mote and beam
    'Be ye wise as serpents...'
    Pearl of great price
    Publican and pharisee
  Miracles
    Cycles
      Jan Saenredam after Hendrick Goltzius
      Flemish triptych, Melbourne
      Ivory diptych, London, V&A
      Ivory pyxis, London, BM
      Ivory pyxis, Darmstadt
      Ivory panels, Louvre, Paris
      Westminster Retable
      Mosaics, Monreale
      Miscellaneous
    Christ healing
      The blind
      The deaf mute
      The centurion's servant
      At the pool of Bethesda
      The man sick of the palsy
      The man taken with palsy (lowered through roof)
      The man with the withered hand
      The leper
      The ten lepers
      The man with dropsy
      Peter's mother-in-law
      The woman with the issue of blood
      The woman with the spirit of infirmity
      The sick--miscellaneous
    Christ casting out devils
      The Gadarene swine
      The lunatick son
      The Canaanite/Syrophoenician woman
      Miscellaneous
    Marriage at Cana
    Multiplication of loaves and fishes
      Gianlorenzo Bernini
      Domenico Feti
      Pyxis, Livorno
      Miscellaneous
    Raising of Lazarus
      Cycle: Chichester cathedral
      Christ and the sisters of Lazarus
      Lazarus swaddled, upright tomb
      Lazarus at left
      Lazarus in centre
      Lazarus at right
    Christ raising from dead
      The widow of Nain's son
      Jairus's daughter
    Miraculous draught of fishes
      Christ in boat (before crucifixion)
      Christ on shore (after crucifixion)
      Christ not depicted
    Miscellaneous
      Christ stilling the storm
      Christ walking on water
      Tribute in the fish's mouth
      Christ cursing the fig-tree
  Passion of Christ
    Cycles
      Engravings
        Sebald Beham
        Lucas Cranach the Elder
        Jean de Culmbach
        Albrecht Dürer
          Engraved Passion
          Little Passion
          Great Passion
        Florentine, 15th century: 'The Vienna Passion'
        Philip Galle after Johannes Stradanus
        German 15th century woodcuts
        Henrick Goltzius
        Urs Graf
        Geronimo Grandi
        Lucas van Leiden
          Bartsch 43-56
          Jan Muller after Lucas van Leiden
          Bartsch 57-65
        Master bX8
        Israhel van Meckenem
        Monogrammist AG
        Hans Leonhard Schäufelein
          Bartsch 34
          Bartsch 35
        Martin Schongauer
        Antoon Wierix after Maerten de Vos
        Miscellaneous
      Paintings and drawings
        Anon drawings
        Austrian ca 1400
        Avanzi and Altichieri, Padua
        Amico Aspertini
        Hans Burgkmair et al., Augsburg
        Giovanni Boccati
        Jörg Breu
        Duccio
        Albrecht Dürer
        Hampton Court, Cardinal Wolsey's Closet
        Heures de la Croix
        Hofgeismar, Pfarrkirche
        Hans Holbein the Elder, Donaueschingen
        Hans Holbein the Younger, Basle
        Johann Koerbecke
        Laatch, St Leonhard's church
        Pietro Lorenzetti, Assisi
        Karel van Mander
        Attributed to Meister Grollae'schen Anbetung
        Master of the Malkammer Altar
        Master of Trebon
        Hans Memling
        Copy after Hans Memling
        Pacino di Buonaguida
        Parma, Biblioteca Palatina, MS gr. 5
        Jacopo Pontormo, Certosa, S. Lorenzo al Monte
        Rembrandt, Munich
        Tuscan Triptych wings, 13th century
        Miscellaneous
      Sculpture
        Bologna, S. Pietro
        Donatello, S. Lorenzo pulpits
        Nottingham alabaster, Ferrara
        Easter candlestick, Rome, S. Paolo
        Vienna, Hofmuseum
        Zürich, Landesmuseum
        Miscellaneous
      Ivories
        10th century, London, BM
        15th-century casket, London, Courtauld Institute Galleries
        14th-century writing tablet, London, V&A
        Miscellaneous
      Other media
        Flemish tapestries, Vienna
        Flemish tapestries
        15th-century French tapestry, Saragoosa
        16th-century German embroidery
        14th-century South German embroidery
        Tapestries, San Marco, Venice
        Tapestries, miscellaneous
        Textiles, miscellaneous
        Other/mixed media, miscellaneous
  Christ taking leave of his mother
  The entry into Jerusalem
    The disciples fetch the ass
    Christ weeping as he approaches Jerusalem
    Palmesel
    Entry into Jerusalem
    Adaptations
  The conspiracy of the priests
    Officers fail to arrest Christ
    Caiaphas' prophecy
    Assembly of priests in the house of Caiaphas
    Payment of Judas
  Last supper
    Disciples sent to prepare supper
    Christ washing Peter's feet: Peter points to his head
    Christ washing his disciples' feet
    Christ washing his disciples' feet: papal medals
    Specific paintings
      Andrea del Sarto
      Alessandro Allori
      Franciabigio
      Leonardo da Vinci and imitators/followers
      Pietro Perugino
      Raphael
    Institution of the Eucharist
    Judas alone, opposite
    'One of you shall betray me'
    'Lord, is it I?'
    Christ giving the sop to Judas
    Disciple blowing his nose
    Judas leaving
    With triclinium
    With saints/prophets/donors
    No specific type
    The two swords
    Christ setting a child amongst his disciples
  The agony in the garden
    Specific works
      Mosaic, San Marco, Venice
      Albrecht Dürer
      El Greco
      'After Michelangelo'
      Bronze figure of sleeping disciple, 13th-century
    With soldiers approaching
      With crucifix or other instruments of the Passion
    Without soldiers approaching
      With crucifix or other instruments of the Passion
      Without crucifix or other instruments of the Passion
    Miscellaneous
      Christ leaves the disciples
      Christ and the angel, alone
      Christ rebukes the disciples
      With death
      With saints/donors
      With other scenes from the Passion
      Miscellaneous
  Betrayal of Christ
    With Malchus' ear
      With kiss of Judas
        Malchus carrying or dropping lamp
        Malchus not carrying or dropping lamp
      Without kiss of Judas
      Christ healing Malchus' ear
    Without Malchus' ear
      With consternation of the soldiers
      With kiss of Judas
      Without kiss of Judas
      Young man fleeing naked
      Christ led away captive
      Christ dragged across the brook Cedron
  The trial of Christ
    Christ before the High Priest
    The buffeting of Christ
    St Peter's denial
    The repentance of Judas
    The suicide of Judas
    Christ before Pilate
    Procla, Pilate's wife
    Christ before Herod
    Pilate washing his hands
    The judgment of Pilate
    Pilate writing the title on the Cross
    Barabbas
  Flagellation
    With two executioners
    Pilate not present
      Pilate present
      Piero della Francesca
    More than two executioners
      Pilate not present
      Pilate present
    Miscellaneous
      Christ being bound to the column
      Christ at the column
      With saints/donors
      Miscellaneous
  The crowning with thorns
    Crown pressed down with sticks
    Crown pressed down by hand
  The mocking of Christ
  Ecce Homo
    With many people
    With few people
      Full length
      Less than full length
    Christ only
      Full length
      Less than full length
    With the Virgin
    With saints not present at the event
    Christ and angel(s) only
  The way to Calvary
    Stations of the Cross cycles
      Spanish engravings
      18th-century Bolognese paintings
      Christ led forth
    Christ upright
      With St Veronica
        With Simon of Cyrene
        Without Simon of Cyrene
      Without St Veronica
        With Simon of Cyrene
          With Virgin
          Without Virgin
        Without Simon of Cyrene
          With Virgin
          Without Virgin
    Christ falling
      With St Veronica
        With Simon of Cyrene
          With Virgin
          Without Virgin
        Without Simon of Cyrene
          With Virgin
          Without Virgin
      Without St Veronica
        With Simon of Cyrene
          With Virgin
          Without Virgin
        Without Simon of Cyrene
          With Virgin
          Without Virgin
    Single figure
      Christ upright
      Christ falling
    Holbein: Fritz Saxl's notes
    Miscellaneous
  Before the crucifixion
    Preparations (Christ not yet present)
    Christ offered wine/vinegar
    Christ stripped of his garments
    Christ awaiting crucifixion
    Christ nailed to the cross
    Christ mounting the cross by ladder
    Writing of the superscription
  The raising of the cross (cf. raising of the three crosses)
  The crucifixion
    Single cross
      Specific works
        Holy Rood, Barking
        Hallstatt, Austria
        Grünewald, Isenheim altar
        Grünewald, small crucifixion
        W. Jamnitzer
      Christ only
      Christ and angels only
      Christ and departing soldiers only
      With Virgin and St John only
        Symmetrical
          With skull
            With sun and moon
            Without sun and moon
          Without skull
            With sun and moon
            Without sun and moon
              With superscription
              Without superscription
          15th-century German woodcuts
        Assymetrical
        With angels only
        With departing soldiers
        With unidentified weeping figures
      With centurion's conversion
        Christ's side being pierced and/or sponge offered
        Christ's side not being pierced and/or sponge offered
          Virgin fainting
          Virgin not fainting
            Magdalene embracing cross
            Magdalene not embracing cross
      Without centurion's conversion
        Christ's side being pierced and/or sponge offered
        Christ's side not being pierced and/or sponge offered
          Virgin fainting
          Virgin not fainting
            Magdalene embracing cross
              With angels
              Without angels
            Magdalene not embracing cross
      With donors
        With saints not present at the event
        Without saints not present at the event
      Without donors
        With saints not present at the event
    Three crosses
      Specific works
        Monogrammist HC
        Frankfurt, Liebighaus
        Vienna, Schnitzaltar
      With centurion's conversion
        Christ's side being pierced and/or sponge offered
        Christ's side not being pierced and/or sponge offered
          Virgin fainting
          Virgin not fainting
            Magdalene embracing cross
            Magdalene not embracing cross
      Without centurion's conversion
        Christ's side being pierced and/or sponge offered
        Christ's side not being pierced and/or sponge offered
          Virgin fainting
          Virgin not fainting
            Magdalene embracing cross
            Magdalene not embracing cross
      With donors
      With saints not present at the event
      With Virgin and St John only
      The two thieves
        Having their legs broken
        Their souls departing
        Without Christ
    With various canonical episodes
      With raising of the three crosses
      With writing/affixing of superscription
      Soldiers casting lots
      Rending of the veil of the temple
      Saints rising from their graves
      With miscellaneous scenes from the Passion
    With various apocryphal episodes
      Longinus cured of his blindness
      Adam and/or Eve at base of the cross
      Philosophers interpreting the celestial phenomena at the death of Christ
    With symbolical animals
      Pelican
      Snake
      Unicorn
    With various allegorical figures
      Virtues
      Ecclesia/Synagogue
      Oceanus/Gea
      Terra
      Satan/executioner
    With sun and moon
    Virgin's heart pierced with sword
    Virgin embracing cross
    With Magdalene only
    With St Veronica
    With martyrs
    With instruments of the Passion
    Angels catching blood
    With suicide of Judas
    With hell at the foot of the Cross
    On the Ark of the Covenant
    With moralizing meaning
    In ecclesiastical interior
    Centurion/Longinus with polygonal halo
    With other scenes from Christ's life
      Infancy
      Passion
      After the Passion
      Miscellaneous
    Without Christ
      Virgin and St John only
      Figures at foot of Cross
    Various allegories
    Fragments and studies
    Adaptations and miscellaneous
  Joseph of Arimathaea asks Pilate for the body of Christ
  The priests and pharisees before Pilate
  Deposition
    Specific works
      12th-century bronze, V&A, London
      Rogier van der Weyden and imitators
    With nails being removed
    With three crosses
    Virgin fainting
    Virgin embracing Christ
    Magdalene adoring wounds in Christ's feet
    Miscellaneous
    With other scenes from Christ's life
    With saints not present at the event and/or donors
    Adaptations
  Lamentation
    Specific works and types
      Michelangelo
      Niccolò dell'Arca
      Pietà de Villeneuve
      'Vesperbild'
      Tapestry, Vienna
      Middle Rhenish sculptures, ca 1510
      Epitaphioi
    Virgin standing
    Virgin kneeling
    Virgin leaning over body
    Virgin holding Christ's arm
    Virgin with Christ's body in her lap
      At foot of the cross
      Not at foot of the cross
    Virgin fainting
    St John supporting Christ's body
    Magdalene caressing Christ's hand
    Magdalene caressing Christ's feet
    Washing of Christ's body
    At entrance to cave, or by tomb
    On slab
    Upright in sepulchre
    With saints not present at the event
    With donors
    With other scenes
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Pietà
    Virgin and Christ only, not at foot of cross
    Specific works
      Titian, Accademia
      M. Soldani, Kress (Seattle)
    Virgin and Christ only, at foot of cross
      Whole length
      Half length
    With angels
    With saints not present at the event/donors
    With evangelists
    With Virgin's heart pierced by a sword
    With sinners
    With instruments of the Passion
    Adaptations: Virgin and Child in Pietà position
  Dead Christ
    Alone
    With angels
    With God
    With saints and/or donors
    With instruments of the Passion
    Supported by Joseph of Arimathaea
  Entombment
    Specific paintings
      Master of Flémalle, Courtauld Institute Galleries, London
      Titian, Louvre
      Titian, Prado
      Caravaggio/Rubens after Caravaggio
    Christ's body carried to the sepulchre
    Christ's body lowered into the sarcophagus
    Christ upright
    Christ sitting/semi-recumbent
    Virgin embracing/caressing Christ
    Virgin fainting
    Magdalene drying blood with hair
    Anointing Christ's body
    Sealing of the sepulchre
    With other scenes from Christ's life
    With saints and/or donors
    Adaptations
    The holy sepulchre
  Harrowing of Hell
    12th-century, Bristol cathedral
    Christ trampling on the gates
    With Satan beneath Christ's feet
    With hell in the shape of a mouth
    Miscellaneous
  Resurrection
    Sealed sarcophagus
      Christ emerging through the lid
      Christ standing/sitting on the sarcophagus
      Christ standing in front of the sarcophagus
      Christ rising into the air
    Open sarcophagus
      Christ standing or sitting inside the sarcophagus
      Christ with one foot on the edge of the sarcophagus
      Christ’s legs straddling the side of the sarcophagus
      Christ standing or sitting on top of the sarcophagus
      Christ standing in front of the sarcophagus
      Christ rising into the air
        Angel(s) opening sarcophagus
        Angel(s) not opening sarcophagus
    Christ emerging from a sepulchre
        Sealed sepulchre
        Open sepulchre
    Sepulchre/sarcophagus not visible
    Angel removing stone
    Angels at empty sepulchre
    Soldiers at sepulchre
    Christ stepping onto soldier
    With other scenes
    With saints and/or donors
    With prophets and/or evangelists
    With John and Peter running to the tomb
    With allegory of vanquished death
    With animal symbols
    Visitors to the empty sepulchre
      The holy women, with soldiers
      The holy women, without soldiers
      The holy women, without tomb
      Peter
      John and Peter
  Apparitions of Christ
    Cycles
      Carolingian ivory, Aachen
      Durham slabs, 12th century
      Miscellaneous
    'Noli me tangere'
      Christ and Mary only
        Christ at left
        Christ at right
      With other figures
      With saints/donors
      With other scenes
      Fragments and miscellaneous
    Christ appearing to the holy women
    Christ appearing to his mother
    The way to Emmaus
    The supper at Emmaus
      Rembrandt
      Christ and 2 disciples only
      Christ, 2 disciples and (an)other figure(s)
      With other scenes
      With saints/donors
      Adaptations
    The incredulity of Thomas
    Christ appearing to disciples in Galilee
    Christ appearing to disciples in Jerusalem
    Christ appearing on shore of Lake Tiberias--see Miracles
    Christ's charge to Peter: 'Feed my sheep'
  The chief priests bribe the soldiers
  Ascension
    Specific works
      Donatello, V&A, London
      Melozzo da Forlì, SS. Apostoli, Rome
      5th-century ivory, Munich
      12th-centyr ivory, V&A, London
      Miscellaneous ivories
    Christ's feet only
    Christ in mandorla
    Whole figure of Christ, not in mandorla
  Pentecost
    Specific works
      Pedro Machuca
      Titian
    With Kosmos
    With Jews listening outside
    Virgin not present
    Virgin present
      With tongues of flame descending
      Without tongues of flame descending
  Apocalypse (Revelation)
    Cycles
      Block books
      Prints
        Hans Burgkmair
        Coburg Bible
        Albrecht Dürer
        Jean Duvet
        German, 1460s
        Hieronymus Greff (after Dürer)
        Juan de Jauregui
        Georg Lemberger
        Malermi Bible, Venice 1490
        Merian Bible, Amsterdam 1626
        Dirck Vellert
        Anton Woensam of Worms
      Manuscripts
        Cambridge, University Library, Mm. V. 31
        Cambridge, Magdalene College, B. 2. 24
        Cambridge, Magdalene College, Pepys 1803
        Cambridge, Trinity College, B. 10. 2
        Cambridge, Trinity College, B. 10. 6
        Cambridge, Trinity College, R. 16. 2
        London, Lambeth Palace Library, 75
        London, Lambeth Palace Library, 209
        London, Lambeth Palace Library, 434
        London, British Library, Add. 11,695
        London, British Library, Add. 17,333
        London, British Library, Add. 17,399
        London, British Library, Add. 35,166
        London, British Library, Add. 42,555
      Other media
        Angers tapestries
        Francesco d'Arezzo
        16th-century Brussels tapestries, Madrid
        York Minster, east window
        Miscellaneous
    St John on Patmos
    The seven churches which are in Asia
    The Son of Man and the seven candlesticks
    The twenty-four elders and the book with the seven seals
    The adoration of the lamb
    The four horsemen
    The opening of the fifth seal
    The opening of the sixth seal
    Angels sealing the servants of God in their foreheads
    Seventh seal: the first four trumpets
    Seventh seal: fifth trumpet
    Seventh seal: sixth trumpet
    St John eating the book
    The two witnesses
    The woman clothed in the sun
    Fall of the rebel angels
    The worship of the beast
    The lamb and the 144,000 redeemed
    Earth reaped for the winepress of God's wrath
    The seven angels pour out their vials
    The whore of Babylon
    The fall of Babylon
    Angel casting a millstone into the sea
    'And I heard as it were the voice of a great multitude'
    The word of God
    The call to the birds
    The angel binding the dragon
    First resurrection
    The new Jerusalem
    Miscellaneous
Antichrist
  Signorelli, Orvieto
  Lucas Cranach, Passional Christi und Antichristi, 1521
  Miscellaneous
The Four Last Things
Signs before the Day of Judgment
Last Judgment
  Specific works
    Michelangelo
      Sistine Chapel
      Drawings
      Drawings connected to early stages
      Drawings after Michelangelo
        Cambridge sketchbook
        Miscellaneous
      Paintings after Michelangelo
      Prints after Michelangelo
        Whole fresco
        Details
    Bamberg Cathedral
    Boughton, Buckinghamshire
    11th-century cross, Copenhagen
    Florence, S. Maria Novella
    London, V&A, 12th-century enamel
    Maastricht, shrine of Servatius
    New York, 12th-century book cover
    Hendrick Goltzius cycle
    Rimini, Palazzo dell'Arengo
    Orvieto, Signorelli
    Padua, Giotto
    Campo Santo, Pisa
    Torcello Cathedral
  Resurrection of the Dead
  Virgin interceding
    With sword and lily
    Without sword and lily
    Showing her breast to Christ
  With intercessors, not including Virgin
  Without intercessors
    With sword and lily
    Without sword and lily
  Angels carrying cross
  Hell and Paradise
  Weighing of souls
  With Trinity
  With evangelists
  With allegories of life
  With followers of Cain and Abel
  Christ alone or with angels
  With sun and moon
  With fall of man
  With scenes from Christ's life
  With donors
  Miscellaneous
  Fragments
  Adaptations
God the Father
  Alone
  With angels
  With alpha and omega
  Tetragrammaton
  With symbols of the evangelists
  In miscellaneous contexts
The Holy Spirit
Trinity
  Specific works
    14th-century French sculpture, Kress (Portland, Oregon)
    Fresco, Scarnafigi, Piedmont
    Attributed to Botticelli, London, Courtauld Institute Galleries
  Trinitas creator
  Three-headed type
  As three winged angels
  Three identical human figures
  Christ as lamb
  Holy Spirit in human form, with wings
  As a symbol (scutum fidei etc.)
  Father and Christ only
  Christ seated by Father, Holy Spirit between them
  Christ crowned by Father
  With Christ on cross
    With saints
    Without saints
  With Christ as man of sorrows
  Adoration of the Trinity
  With Virgin ('quaternity')
    Christ as a child
    Christ as an adult
    Christ as both child and adult ('quinity')
    And Joseph ('heavenly and earthly trinities')
  With Christ as a child (without Virgin)
  With evangelists
  With donors
  Miscellaneous
  Heidi Heimann notes and images
Christ
  Portraits
    With verbal description
    Busts
    Heads in profile
    Heads--frontal
    Heads--miscellaneous
    Veil of Abgar
  As a child or infant
    With instruments of the Passion
    Lying asleep on the cross
    Asleep (not on cross)
    With orb
    In glory
    Squeezing grapes
    On a flower, with new year greeting
    With infant St John
    Miscellaneous
  Holding book
  Pantocrator
    In apse
    In cupola
    In icons
  Salvator mundi
    Holding orb
    With orb at his feet
  Maiestas domini
    In mandorla
      With evangelists
      Without evangelists
    Not in mandorla
      With evangelists
      Without evangelists
    Christ only
      Miscellaneous
      With apostles
      With virtues
      With sword in hand/in mouth
    The empty throne ('etimasia')
    Christ on throne of Solomon
  On the cross
    Dead
    Alive
    Wearing long robe (type of volto santo, Lucca)
    Angels removing Christ on cross from Golgotha
  Man of sorrows
    With instruments of the Passion
      In tomb
      Not in tomb
    Without instruments of the Passion
      In tomb
      Not in tomb
    Head or bust
    With Virgin
    With Virgin and St John
    With saints and/or donors
  The Risen Christ
  Triumphant
    Trampling
      Asp, basilisk, lion and dragon
      Lion and dragon
      Serpent/dragon only
      Evil in human form
    Triumphing over death and evil/devil
    In Roman-style triumph
      Woodcuts after Titian
      Miscellaneous
  Allegories of Christ
    Cycles
      Goltzius
      Wierix
  Imagery involving wine or blood
    Christ in the wine-press
    Christ as the true vine
    The mystic bath
    Christ as fons vitae/pietatis
    Christ filling a chalice with blood
    Christ in chalice
    Christ drinking cup of salvation
    Christ filling the sea with blood
    The seven bleedings of Christ
  Imagery involving sheep
    Christ as lamb
    Christ as good shepherd
      Census
      Miscellaneous
  Miscellaneous Passion iconography
    Christ with the instruments of the Passion
    The instruments of the Passion (without Christ)
    The vernicle
    The five wounds (disembodied)
    The sacred heart
    The shroud
  The sacred monogram
    Cycle--Aberdeen
    Miscellaneous
  The coat-of-arms of Christ
  Miscellaneous early Christian symbols
  Miscellaneous types
    Bestowing crowns
    As source of authority
    As king of kings
    As pope
    As priest etc.
    As pilgrim
    As embodiment of trade or profession
    As Orpheus
    As angler/fish
    The ship of Christ
    In the tree of life
    'Ego sum via veritas et vita'
    As example of virtue
    Christ of the trades/the Sunday Christ
    Imitatio Christi
    Miscellaneous eucharistic imagery
    Blessing
    With saints and/or donors
    Miscellaneous
Christ and the Virgin     
The Cross
  Legend of the True Cross
    Cycles
      Antoniazzo Romano
      Braunschweig Cathedral
      Agnolo Gaddi
      Adam Elsheimer
      Flemish wood carvings, V&A, London
      Piero della Francesca
      Signorelli school
      Kelloe (Durham)
      Miscellaneous
    Various scenes
  Relics and miracles
    Rood of Bromholm
    Cross of Scuola di S. Giovanni Evangelista
    Cross of Scuola di S. Giovanni Evangelista--miracles cycle
    Miraculous crosses, miscellaneous
  Miscellaneous
    Haeftanus, 'Regiae viae crucis'
    Hrabanus Maurus, De laudibus sanctae crucis
    Adoration of the cross
    Peacocks flanking the cross
    The cross and the balance
    'Take up your cross and follow me'
    The living cross
    Cross made of four types of wood
    Miscellaneous
Holy Family
  Virgin, Child and Joseph only
    With fruit or flowers
    Without fruit or flowers
  Virgin, Child, Joseph and angels only
  Joseph engaged in--
    Carpentry
    Feeding Child
    Playing with Child
    Holding Child
    Sleeping
  Miscellaneous
    With book
    At table
    With yarn-winder
    Adoring the Child
    Virgin nursing
    Sleeping Child
    With angel   to--
      Joachim
      Joseph
    With fountain of life
    With donors
    With symbols of the Virgin
    With other scenes
    With other unidentified figure
    With later saints
    With God the Father/Holy Spirit
    With instruments of the Passion
    With allegorical figures
    With lamb (without John the Baptist)
    Adaptations
  With St John the Baptist
    Only
    And angels
    And later saints
    And other unidentified figures
    As an adult
    And Mary Magdalene
    And St Elisabeth
      Only
      And St Zacharias
      And Sts Mary Cleophas and Mary Salome
      And later saints
      And angels
      And other figures (neither saints nor angels)
  With St Anne
    Only
    And St Joachim
    And St John the Baptist
    And Sts John the Baptist and Elisabeth
    And St John the Baptist and later saints
    And angels
Virgin and Child
  With St Anne [Anna Selbdritt]
    Virgin smaller in size
      Held like an infant
      Standing/sitting by St Anne
    Virgin similar in size
      Christ Child between them
      Virgin sitting in Anne's lap
      Christ Child not between them, Virgin not in Anne's lap
    And donors
    And later saints
    Virgin and Child crushing serpent
    And Trinity
    And unidentified figures
  Byzantine types
    Hodegetria
    Eleousa
    Nikopoia
    Platytera
  Half-length
    No saints, angels, donors or attributes
      With parapet
        Child standing on parapet
        Child not standing on parapet
      Without parapet
        Child standing on lap
        Child not standing on lap
          Child at left
          Child at right
  Full-length
    Standing
      No saints, angels, donors or attributes
        Child at left
        Child at right
        Child in centre
    Seated
      No saints, angels, donors or attributes
        Child at left
        Child at right
        Child in centre
      Medieval sculpture
        York Minster and Museum
        London, V&A
        British Museum, London
        Wells cathedral
  Child sleeping
  With inscriptions
  Child blessing
  With birds
    Goldfinch
    Parrot
    Other species
  With animals
    Ape
    Hare/rabbit
    Cat
    Dog
    Lamb
    Squirrel
    Butterfly
    Mythical animals
    Miscellaneous
  With flowers
    Rose
    Lily
    Pink/carnation
    Sweet pea/vetch
    Columbine
    In a garland
    Miscellaneous
  With fruit
    Apple
    Pear
    Grapes
    Pomegranate
    Cherries
    Miscellaneous
  With book
    Child reading
    Child turning pages
    Child pointing to text
    Virgin turning pages/pointing to text
    Book held by Virgin
    Book held by Child
    Book lying nearby
  Holding a scroll
  Dictating
  Writing
  Virgin feeding Child with pap
  Virgin washing Child
  Virgin with Child playing
  Virgin fondling/caressing Child
  Virgin nursing Child (Virgo lactans)
    Virgin and Child only
    With saints
    With angels
    With saints and angels
    Adaptations
  Virgin adoring Child
    Alone
    With saints/angels
  Virgin of humility
  With St John the Baptist
    Specific works
      Leonardo, Madonna of the Rocks
      Michelangelo, Royal Academy tondo
      Raphael, Madonna della Seggiola
      Titian, Munich
    John as an infant
      No other saints, no angels
        Less than full-length
        Full-length
      And angels
      And St Elisabeth
      And Sts Elisabeth and Zacharias
      And later saints
    As an adult
    And other figures
  With prophets
  With apostles
  With church fathers
  With saints
    Specific works
      Andrea del Sarto
      Cesare da Sesto
      Follower of B. Daddi
      Domenico Veneziano
      Follower of Duccio
      Master of Flémalle
      Giorgione
      Giovanni del Ponte
      Master of the Goodhart Madonna
      Rome, S. Maria in Trastevere
      Sassetta
      Bernardo Zenale
    Virgin adoring child
    Holding apple
    With single saint
    Less than full-length
    Standing
    Seated (not on throne)
    In an apse
    Beneath a baldachin
    On a low throne
      With two saints
      With three or four saints
      With five or more saints
    On a high throne
      With two saints
      With three or four saints
      With five or more saints
    'Sacra conversazione'-type
      Pastoral
      In a building
    With non-musician angels
    With musician angels
  With angels
    Musician (without saints)
    Less than full length
    Enthroned
    Full length
      Seated not on throne
      Standing
  Crowned
    By angels
      With saints
      Without saints
      Beneath a crown
  With Holy Spirit
  With prefigurations of Christ's fate
    Scenes from Christ's Passion
    Crucifixion
    Christ displaying his wounds
    Child holding cross or crown of thorns
    Angels holding instruments of the Passion
    Other
  With other scenes
    From the life of the Virgin
    With annunciation
    With shepherds
    From Christ's life
    From lives of Christ and the saints
  With symbolic objects
    Hanging egg
    Scapular
    Amulet
    Honey
    Flyswitch
    Yarn-winder
    Cradle
    Ears of corn
    Star-covered mantle
    Pearl
    Clock
    Inkwell
    Coral
    Orb
    Dragon/lion
    Globe/snake
    Fountain
    Vision of tabernacle
    Memento mori
    Rosary
      Antonello da Messina
      Virgen de Pomata type
      Giving rosary to saints
      Giving rosary to the devout
      Virgin and Child holding rosary
  In clouds
    With St John the Baptist
    With saints
    Without saints
      With angels
      Without angels
  With single suppliant/donor
    With saints
    Without saints
  With more than one suppliant/donor
    With saints
    Without saints
  Virgo inter virgines
  Vierges ouvrantes
  Miscellaneous botanical symbolism
    In the burning bush
    In a tree
    In a wood
    'Madonna im Rosenhag'
    In a garden
  In glory/mandorla
  On the crescent moon
    Full-length
      Without saints, moon's face not visible
      With saints
    Half-length
    With moon's face visible
    With crushing of serpent/devil
    With Cain and Abel
    With sun and moon
    In the sun
  Miraculous or cult images
    Madonna of Loreto
    Santa Maria del Carmine
    Beautiful Virgin of Regensburg
    Notre Dame de Sablons
    Madonna of Monserrato
    Virgen de la Candelaria
    Nuestra Señora de Atocha
    La Peregrina de Quito
    Santa Maria Peña de Francia
    Virgen del Pilar
    Virgen de Guadalupe
      Mexican
      Spanish
    Miscellaneous
  Miscellaneous
    'Black' madonnas
    Of the Carmelites
    Of the Order of Mercy
    With Virtues
    With prisoners
    In triumph
    In classical setting
    In a gothic interior
    With miscellaneous attributes
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
Tree of Jesse
  Specific images
    Wall-painting, Arilje
    Window, Beauvais, St Stephen's
    Fresco, Braunschweig cathedral
    Windows, Costessey, Norfolk
    Ceiling, Hildesheim, St Michael's
    Wall-painting, Mateich
    Window, Soissons cathedral
  Without extended genealogy
    Virga only
      Miscellaneous
      With dove of Holy Spirit, or seven doves of gifts of Holy Spirit
      Virga, Virgin and Christ
  With extended genealogy
    Manuscript illuminations
    Sculpture
    Paintings
    Windows
    Textiles
    Prints and drawings
  Variations
    With Biblical scenes, or scenes of martyrdom
    With crucifixion
    With other trees (of life, of seven gifts)
    With classical philosophers
    Speculum virginum
    Tree from feet
  Miscellaneous
    Fragments
    Adaptations
    Comparative material 
    Miscellaneous Watson material
Genealogy of Christ
  Ancestors
  Holy Kinship
Life of the Virgin
  Cycles
    Austrian paintings, 15th century
    Coghetti, Savona cathedral
    Dürer, Bartsch 76-95
    Adam Elsheimer, Gemäldegalerie, Berlin
    Hans Fries, Kunsthalle, Basle
    Gaddi, S. Croce, Florence
    Gatti, Bartsch 7-22
    Ghirlandaio, S. Maria Novella, Florence
    Giotto, Padua, Arena chapel
    'School of Giotto'
    Giovanni da Milano, S. Croce, Florence
    Goltzius, Bartsch 15-20
    Grandi
    Halberstadt, tapestry
    Heures de la Vierge
    Kremsmünster, Benediktinerstift
    Leonardo da Besozzo, S. Giovanni a Carbonara, Naples
    Lorenzo Monaco, S, Trinità, Florence
    Master of the Life of the Virgin
    Master of the Presentation
    Israhel van Meckenem
    Memling, Seven Joys, Munich
    Nardo di Cione, S. Maria Novella, Florence
    Nelli, Palazzo Trinci, Foligno
    Orcagna, Orsanmichele, Florence
    Padua, Carmine
    Prato, cathedral
    St Lambrecht, Schlosskirche
    Siena, S. Bernardino
    Siena cathedral, Chigi chapel
    Taddeo di Bartolo, Siena
    M. Reichlich, Munich
    Venetian, 15th century
    Venice, S. Marco
    Hieronymus Wierix
    Miscellaneous
    Miscellaneous--textiles
  Joachim and Anne
    Cycles
    Single figures
    Dividing their goods
    Praying in the temple
    Joachim driven from the temple
    Angel appearing to Joachim amongst the shepherds
    Angel appears to Anne
    Meeting at the Golden Gate
    Miscellaneous
  Birth of the Virgin
    Andrea del Sarto
    Virgin held by St Anne
    Virgin held by a nurse
    Virgin being or about to be washed
    Miscellaneous
  Presentation of the Virgin in the temple
    Titian, Accademia, Venice
    Paolo di Giovanni Fei, Washington
    Miscellaneous
  Education of the Virgin, etc
    Virgin with Joachim and Anne
    Virgin taught to read
    Virgin sewing, etc
    Virgin receiving food from an angel
    Virgin knitting/sewing seamless cloak
  Marriage of the Virgin
    Miracle of the budding rod
    Nicholas Dipre
    Raphael
    With suitors breaking their rods
    Without suitors breaking their rods
  Proof of the Virgin
  Events preceding the Virgin's death
  Death of the Virgin
    Arnolfo di Cambio
    Hugo van der Goes
    Eastern Orthodox
    Christ or God receiving the Virgin's soul
      With aspergillum
      Without aspergillum
    Christ/God not present
      With aspergillum
      Without aspergillum
    With Christ/God, without Virgin's soul
    Without Christ/God, with Virgin's soul
    Without apostles
    With later saints
  Funeral of the Virgin
  Assumption of the Virgin
    Specific works
      Andrea del Sarto
      Cesio
      Rubens and follower
      Massimo Stanzione
      Titian
    Without Apostles, Christ or Trinity
    With Apostles, without Trinity or Holy Women
    With Apostles and Holy Women
    With God, Christ or Trinity
    With legend of the girdle
    With later saints
    With prophets
    With donors
    Without the Virgin
    Virgin as child in Christ's arms
    Virgin on her deathbed
    Reception of Virgin in Heaven
    With coronation of the Virgin
    Miscellaneous
  Coronation of the Virgin
    Specific works
      Fra Angelico, Louvre
      Giovanni Bellini, Pesaro
      Guariento, Venice, Palazzo Ducale
      Antependium, 14th-century Venetian
    Virgin and Christ only
    Virgin, Christ and angels only
    Virgin, Christ and saints only
    With saints and angels, Virgin crowned by Christ
    With God the Father and Christ
    With God the Father
    With Trinity
      Holy Spirit as dove
        With angels
          Without saints
          With saints
        Without angels
          Without saints
      Holy Spirit in human form
    No members of the Trinity present
    With four evangelists
    With prophets
    With donors
    With other scenes
    With dead Christ
    With empty tomb
    With seven joys of Virgin
    The crown of the Virgin
    Miscellaneous
Iconography of the Virgin
  Virgin alone
    Full length
    Less than full length
      Hands visible
      Hands not visible
  Symbols
  Legends and miracles
  Seven joys
  Seven sorrows
  Seven sorrows cycle: Boucquet
  Virgo orans
  Virgin of the apocalypse
  Virgin as queen of heaven (regina coeli)
  Allegories
  Hortus conclusus with unicorn hunt
  With ears of corn
  Madonna del Magnificat
  Mater misericordiae
    With child
    Without child
  As patroness/protectress
  Madonna del soccorso (fighting a devil)
  As priestess
  In armour/military contexts
  Standing on globe and snake
  Carrying a crucifix
  With saints
  Mater dolorosa
  Contemplating crown of thorns
  In glory
  'Benedicta tu in mulieribus'
  Madonna del Parto
  Virgin with child visible in womb
  With a book
  On throne of Solomon
  Biverus, Sacrum Oratorium
  With seven gifts of the Holy Spirit
  Madonna of Savona
  Madonna del Pilar
  Specific images
  Miscellaneous
  Immacolata
    Single figure
    With angels
    With God the Father/Holy Spirit
    With Sts Anne and Joachim
    With saints
    With Child
    With donors
  Immaculate conception
    Allegory
    Allegory--El Greco
    Miscellaneous
Apostles
  Cycles
    Antonio da Trento, after Parmigianino
    Bambaia, Milan
    Hans Baldung Grien, Bartsch 6-18
    Sebald Beham, Bartsch 36-42
    Sebald Beham, Bartsch 43-54
    F. de Bocholt, Bartsch 5-17
    F. de Bocholt, Bartsch 18-29
    Burton Agnes
    Agostino Carracci, Bartsch 48-62
    School of Cavallini
    Chartres
    Vanni after Correggio
    Lucas Cranach the Elder, Bartsch 23-36
    Lucas Cranach the Elder, Martyrdoms of the Apostles, Bartsch 37-48
    Donatello, San Lorenzo
    18th-century anon engravings
    Jan van Eyck, Albertina, Vienna
    Glamis Castle, chapel
    Hendrick Goltzius, Christ and the Apostles with the Creed
    El Greco, Toledo
    Halberstadt, tapestry
    Lucas van Leiden, Bartsch 86-99
    Malmesbury Abbey
    Marcantonio Raimondi, Bartsch 64-76
    Marcantonio Raimondi, Christ and the Apostles, Bartsch 124-136
    Marco da Ravenna, Bartsch 79-91
    Master of 1466, Bartsch 50-62
    Giuseppe Mazzuoli, Brompton Oratory
    Israhel van Meckenem, Bartsch 51-63
    Israhel van Meckenem, Christ, Virgin and Apostles, Bartsch 64-78
    Israhel van Meckenem, Apostles and Creed, Bartsch 79-84
    Israhel van Meckenem, Lehrs 237-247
    Medallist of the Apostles, Apostles with Creed
    Milan, cathedral
    Ivory panel, Louvre, Paris
    Silver vase, Syrian 5th century?, Louvre, Paris
    Guido Reni, attributed, Bartsch 11-23
    Rimini, Temio Malatestiano
    Le Gros, Lateran, Rome
    Monogrammist S.H., attributed, St Florian
    Andrea Schiavone, Christ and the Apostles, Bartsch 24-37
    Andrea Schiavone, Christ and the Apostles, Bartsch 38-50 (missing)
    Martin Schongauer, Bartsch 34-45
    Signorelli, Loreto
    Virgil Solis, Bartsch undescribed
    Hans Springinklee, Bartsch 14-24
    Hans Springinklee, Bartsch 52-56 (two only)
    Tobias Stimmer, Städel, Frankfurt (two only)
    Antonio Tempesta, Christ, Virgin and Apostles, Bartsch 344-357
    L. Thiry, Bartsch 6-9
    Juan Guas, Toledo
    Master WY, Bartsch 1-12
    Zurbaran, Lisbon museum
    Miscellaneous
  In pairs
  Single, unidentified
  Before the Acts
    Christ's mission to the Apostles
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Separation of the Apostles
  Acts of the Apostles
    Cycles
      Raphael cartoons, V&A
      Brussels tapestries
      Philip Galle after Maerten van Heemskerck
      Miscellaneous
    Headpiece
    The Common Life
    Peter and John heal a cripple at Gate Beautiful
    Peter and John before Annas
    An angel frees the apostles
    Philip the deacon baptising the eunuch
    Paul and Barnabas at Lystra
  Andrew
    Single figure, or with other saints
    Cycles
      Rome, Vat. lat. 8541
      Cologne school
      Rome, S. Andrea della Valle
    Specific works
      Caravaggio
      Guido Reni
    Stories
      Dragged through streets by horses
      Scourged
      Adoring his cross
      Led to/attached to cross
      Crucifixion
      Deposition and entombment
      Saves bishop from seduction by devil-woman
      Appears to bishop and people of Mantua
      Miscellaneous
  Barnabas
  Bartholomew
    Single figure
      Without flayed skin
      With flayed skin
    Cycles
    Stories
      Destroying idols
      Exorcising the daughter of Polemius
      Baptising Polemius
      Beaten with staves
      Flayed
      Beheaded
      Posthumous miracle: the oil that would not pour
  James the Great
    Single figure
      Without other saints
      With other saints
    Cycles
      Stoke Orchard wall paintings
      Solsona museum
      Rome, Vat. lat. 8541
      Master of St James
      Avanzi and Althichieri, Padua
      Mantegna, Eremitani
      Jan van Scorel, Douai
      Miscellaneous
    Stories
      Virgin appears to him at Saragossa
      He raises a king and queen from the dead
      Subduing the devils sent by Hermogenes
      Baptises Hermogenes
      Hermogenes burns his books
      James appears before Herod Agrippa
      He heals a man with palsy
      Baptises Josias
      Martyrdom
      Posthumous miracles etc.
        His body taken to Spain in a rudderless ship
        Wild bulls become tame when hauling his funeral carriage
        Miracle of unjustly hanged man
        Fighting the Moors/the Indians
        Miscellaneous
  James the Less
  Judas Thaddeus
  Philip
  Simon
  Thomas
    Single figure
      Without builder's rule
      With builder's rule
    Cycles
      London, BM bowls, 12th century
      A. Gaddi, Prato, Legend of the Girdle
      Luca di Tomé
      16th-century Netherlandish drawings, Berlin
      Miscellaneous
    Stories
  Peter and Paul
    Single figures
      Medals
      Not medals
    Cycles
      S. Pietro in Grado, Pisa, 13th century
      Miscellaneous
    Stories
      Simon Magus
      In the Mamertine prison
      Last meeting of Peter and Paul
      Martyrdoms
      Theft of the saints' corpses
      Miscellaneous
  Peter
   Single figure
     With key/book
       Sculpture
       Paintings
       Prints
       Medals
       Other media
     Various types
       Head
       Penitent
       Praying
       Enthroned
       Fisher of Men
       Good Shepherd
     With other figures
   Cycles
     Brancacci chapel
     Beauvais tapestries
     Philip Galle after Maerten van Heemskerck
   Stories
     Preaching
     Ananias and Sapphira
     Healing the sick with his shadow
     Healing Aeneas
     Raising of Tabitha
     Vision of the unclean beasts
     Centurion Cornelius
     Before/death of Herod Agrippa
     Arrested and imprisoned
     Miracle of the spring
     Released from prison by an angel
     'Domine, quo vadis?'
     Martyrdom
     Miscellaneous
  Paul
    Single figure
      Sculpture
      Paintings
      Prints
      Medals
      Drawings
      Other media
    Cycles
      Hans Holbein the Elder
      Philip Galle after Stradanus
      St Paul's Cathedral, London
      Greenwich Hospital
      Miscellaneous
    Stories
      Conversion
        Michelangelo
        With apparition of Christ
        Apparition of God/Trinity
        God/Christ not visible
      Persecuting Christians
      Healed by Ananias
      Escapes in a  basket
      Blinds Elymas
      In Philippi
      Earthquake in prison
      'Ignoto Deo'
      In Corinth
      At Ephesus
      Raising Eutychus
      Shipwrecked on Malta
      Preaching and baptising
      Disputing
      Exorcising
      Before Ananias, Felix etc.
      In captivity
      Epistles
      Plautilla gives him her handkerchief
      Martyrdom
      Miscellaneous
Evangelists
  Symbols
    Cycles
      Tetramorph
      Bury St Edmund's Cross
      Donatello, Padua
      Dublin: Book of Kells
      Martin Schongauer, Bartsch 73-6
      Titian, Accademia
      Miscellaneous
  Cycles
    Agostino Veneziano
    Heinrich Aldegrever, after Georg Pencz, Bartsch 57-60
    Sebald Beham, Bartsch 55-58
    Jan van Bijlert
    Abraham Bloemaert
    Brussels, Bibl. Roy. 10993
    Brussels, Bibl. Roy. 18383
    Brussels, Bibl. Roy. II 175
    Burton Agnes
    G. Caccini, ciborium, S. Spirito, Florence
    Carlo Cesio, S. Agostino, Rome
    Sculptures, after Jacob Cobaert (?)
    Lucas Cranach the Elder, Bartsch 49-52
    Dublin, Trinity College, 53
    Stained glass windows, Fairford
    Flemish, 17th century, Coll. Bishop of Durham
    Facade, Florence cathedral
    Philip Galle after Anthonis Blocklandt, Hollstein 205
    Jacques de Gheyn after Hendrick Goltzius
    Lorenzo Ghiberti, Baptistery, Florence
    Domenico Ghirlandaio school, S. Maria Novella, Florence
    Rodolfo Ghirlandaio, Palazzo Vecchio, Florence
    Kremsmünster, Codex Millenarius
    Lanfranco, Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle
    J. Leonardo (attr.), Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle
    Wooden sculptures, Lincoln College chapel, Oxford
    London, BM, 15th-century Italian enamel cross
    London, British Library, Add. 11,850
    London, British Library, Add. 17,739
    London, British Library, Add. 34, 890
    Theodoor van Loon, Diest, St Catherine's
    Luca della Robbia
    Lucas van Leiden, Bartsch 100-103
    Imitator of Lucas van Leiden
    Bernardino Ludovisi, Rome, S. Trinità dei Pellegrini
    Niccolò Martinelli, drawings
    Master of 1466, Bartsch 63-66
    Master of 1466, Bartsch 67-70
    L. Mattielli, Dresden, Hofkirche
    Val de Grace, Paris
    Prague, Metropolitan Chapter Library, Cim. 2. IV. 60
    Pseudo-Boccaccino, El Paso, Texas
    Guido Reni, Duke of Beaufort coll.
    After Guido Reni, Bartsch undescribed
    Rome, S. Croce in Gerusalemme, facade
    Hans Leonhard Schäufelein, Bartsch undescribed
    Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Schatzkammerevangeliar
    Vienna, Nationalbibliothek, 1244
    Miscellaneous
  With Christ
  Unidentified
  Matthew
    Gospel
      Initial L
      Headpiece
    Symbol
    Single figure
      Head
      With money bag
      With sword
      With builder's rule
      With halberd
      With gospel (without angel)
      With gospel and nativity of Christ
      With the angel
    Caravaggio
    Stories
      Miscellaneous
      Martyrdom
  Mark
    Gospel
      Headpiece
    Symbol
    Cycles
      Pala d'Oro, Venice, S. Marco
      Scuola di S. Marco
      Salviati tapestries, Venice
      Tintoretto
    Single figure
      With lion
      Without lion
      With Abraham's sacrifice
      With baptism of Christ
      With other saints
    Stories
      Miscellaneous
      Martyrdom
      Posthumous miracles, etc.
  Luke
    Gospel
      Initial Q
      Headpiece
    Altar: Hans Bornemann, Hamburg
    Symbol
    With ox's head (Bucephalus)
    Presenting his gospel to Christ
    With Theophilus
    As author of the Acts
    With scenes from his gospel
    Stories
    Tomb, S. Giustina, Padua
    Single figure
      Writing
          With ox
          Without ox
          Filling/sharpening his quill etc.
      Not writing
          With ox
          Without ox
    Painting the Virgin
    Holding the Virgin's portrait as an attribute
  John
    Gospel
      Initial I
      Headpiece
    Dictating to Prochoros
    Symbols
    Head only
    Cycles
      Oxford, Bodleian, Auct. D. 4. 17
      Lambeth Apocalypse
      Florence, S. Croce (Giotto, A. Gaddi)
      Florence, S. Maria Novella, Filippino Lippi
      Augsburg, Hans Burgkmair
      Uffizi, Florence, drawings by Jan Gossaert
      Miscellaneous
    Single figure
      With eagle
      With chalice
      With eagle and chalice
      With book or scroll
      Without attribute or book
      With other saints
      With John the Baptist
      With Christ
    Stories
      In cauldron of oil
      On Patmos--see Apocalypse
      Raising of Drusiana
      The philosopher Crato
      Sticks and stones turned into gems and gold
      Destruction of the temple of Diana
      The poisoned chalice
      The robber youth
      Ascension
      Posthumous episodes
Doctors of the Church
  Greek
  Latin
    Cycles
      Bellaria, Bartsch 21-22
      Caprarola
      Lorenzo Ghiberti
      Goya
      Marcantonio school
      Jacob Matham after Giuseppe d'Arpino
      Girolamo Pallari, S. Marco, Venice
      Hans Springinklee, Bartsch undescribed
      Antonio Vivarini and Giovanni de Allemagna
      Hieronymus Wierix after Maerten de Vos
      Francisco de Zurbaran
      Miscellaneous
      Church fathers with four evangelists (or symbols)
    Ambrose
      Cycle
        S. Ambrogio, Milan
      Single figure
        With scourge
        With a dove at his ear
        With beehive
        In/with cradle (story of the bees)
        Without scourge, dove, beehive or cradle
      Stories
        Refusing Theodosius entrance to Milan cathedral
        Miscellaneous
    Augustine
      Cycles
        Gerolano Genga
        Benozzo Gozzoli
        Carl van Loo
        Arca di S. Agostino, Pavia
        Miscellaneous
      Single figure
        Not holding heart, not in study
        With St Donatus
        With heart
        In study
      Stories etc.
        With St Monica
        Conversion
        Baptism
        Ordination
        Debating
        With the child
        Washing feet of Christ
        Visions
        As a monk
        Miracles
        Adoring Virgin or crucifix
        Between Christ and Virgin ('Positus in medio')
        Triumphing over heresy
        With Cain and Abel
        With symbol of St John
        Miscellaneous
    Gregory
      Single figure
        With dove
        Without dove
      Stories etc.
        The angel on the tomb of Hadrian
        Feast of St Gregory
        Mass of St Gregory
        Saving souls from purgatory
        Miscellaneous
    Jerome
      Single figure
        Without lion
        With lion
        With Sts Paula and Eustochium
      In his study
        Pointing to skull
        Not pointing to skull
          With lion
          Without lion
      Pulling the thorn from the lion's paw
      Cycles
      Stories etc.
        Miscellaneous stories
        Flagellation
        Visions
        Angels appearing to him
        Angels appearing to him (Simon Vouet)
        Temptation
        Hearing the last trump
        Receiving communion from angels
        Last communion
        Death and apotheosis
        Adaptations
        Miscellaneous allegories etc.
        Posthumous apparitions
      In the wilderness
        Reading or writing
        Kneeling
          Before a crucifix
            Beating his chest
              One shoulder bare
              Both shoulders bare
              Both shoulders covered
            Not beating his chest
          Before image of the Virgin and Child
          Without crucifix or image of the Virgin and Child
        Seated
        Standing
        Lying
        Half-length
        With allegorical figures
Saints (other than Apostles, Evangelists and Doctors of the Church)
  Abacus--see Habakkuk
  Abdon and Sennen
  Abondius, bishop of Como
  Abondius, sexton at St Peter's
  Abraham, bishop
  Abraham of Chidane
  Acacius of Armenia
  Acacius of Melitene
  Acca
  Acepsimus
  Achatius--see Acacius of Armenia
  Ache and Acheul
  Acisclus
  Aconcio
  Actinea and Graeciniana
  Acutius and Eutyches
  Adalbert of Egmond
  Adalbert of Prague
  Adamnan
  Adauctus
  Adelaide, empress
  Adelaide, abbess of Villich
  Adalhardt (Adelard)
  Adelphus of Metz
  Adjutor
  Adolph of Maastricht--see Botolph
  Adrian of Canterbury
  Adrian of Nicomedia
  Adrian of Scotland
  Aegidius--see Giles
  Aemilian of Cogolla
  Aemilian of Faenza
  Afra of Augsburg
  Afra of Brescia
  Agabus
  Agatha
  Agatho
  Agilulf
  Agnellus
  Agnes of Assisi
  Agnes of Montepulciano
  Agnes of Rome
    Cycles
    Single figure & with other saints
    Martyrdom
    Miscellaneous scenes and miracles
  Agostino Novello (Blessed)
  Agricola of Avignon
  Agricola of Ravenna
  Agrippina
  Aidan
  Aigulphus
  Alban
  Albert (see Aubert)
  Albert of Chiatino
  Albert of Louvain
  Albert of Pisa (Blessed)--see Raynerius of Pisa
  Albert Siculus
  Albertinus
  Alberto degli Abati--see Albert Siculus
  Albertus Magnus
  Albinus (Aubin)
  Aldebrando--see Hildebrand
  Aldegonda
  Alena
  Alessandro--see Asteria
  Alexander I, pope
  Alexander of Bergamo
  Alexander of Fiesole
  Alexander of Rome
  Alexander Sauli
  Alexandra of Nicomedia
  Alexandra, nun
  Alexis
  Alexis Falconieri
  Alfonso Maria de' Liguori
  Alfonso Rodriguez
  Aloysius Gonzaga--see Luigi Gonzaga
  Alphege
  Altmann
  Alto
  Alypios
  Amalberga of Maubeuge
  Amalberga of the Scheldt
  Amandus of Maastricht
  Amantius
  Amatus
  Ambrogio Sansedoni (Blessed)
  Ambrose--see Doctors of the Church
  Amedeo (Blessed)
  Amelius and Amicus
  Ammon
  Anacletus
  Anastasia
  Anastasius I, pope
  Anastasius of Brescia
  Anastasius of Solin
  Anatolia
  Andrea Anagni (Blessed)
  Andrea Avellino
  Andrea Corsini
  Andrea Gallerani (Blessed)
  Andrea Grego (Blessed)
  Andrea da Fiesole--see Andrew of Ireland
  Andrew--see Apostles
  Andrew of Crete
  Andrew of Ireland
  Angela of Bohemia (Blessed)
  Angela of Foligno (Blessed)
  Angela Merici
  Angelus of Jerusalem
  Angilbert of St Riquier
  Anianus of Alexandria
  Anicetus, pope
  Anne, mother of the Virgin
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Stories
    Death
  Anne of Jerusalem
  Anno
  Ansanus
  Ansbertus
  Anselm of Canterbury
  Anselm of Lucca
  Anselm of Nonantola
  Ansgar
  Anthelmus
  Anthony Abbot
    Cycles
    Single figure
      With pig
      Without pig
      With saints
      Pennants
    Stories
      On his way to see Paul the Hermit
      With Paul the Hermit
      With the corpse of Paul the Hermit
      Miscellaneous miracles and legends
    Temptation
      Bosch
      Brueghel
      Teniers
      Tempted by devils, with devil-women
      Tempted by devils, without devil-women
      Tempted by a devil woman (no other devils)
      Tempted by devil women (no other devils)
      Beaten/assaulted by devils on the ground
      Carried aloft by devils
  Anthony of Padua
    Single figure etc.
      Single figure
      Holding heart
      Vine growing from chalice
      Sitting in a tree
      With other saints
    Vision of the Christ child
    Miracles
      The severed leg
      The baby's evidence clears its mother of adultery
      The miser's heart
      The praying mule
      Raising people from the dead
      Posthumous miracles and apparitions
    Cycles, preaching and miscellaneous
      Cycles
      Preaching
        To people
        To animals
        To fish
      Apotheosis
      Miscellaneous
  Anthony of Rome
  Antigius
  Antilia
  Antoninus of Florence
  Antoninus of Piacenza
  Apollinaire
  Apollonia
  Apollonius of Brescia
  Arbogast
  Arcadius
  Argimirus
  Ariosti, Corradino (Blessed)
  Aristeus
  Armagilo
  Armel
  Arnold of Soissons
  Arnulph of Metz
  Arsenius
  Artemia--see Constance
  Asteria
  Asterius of Ostia
  Athanasius
  Athala
  Athenogenes
  Attala--see Athala
  Attica--see Constance
  Aubert of Avranches
  Aubert of Cambrai
  Audax--see Anatolia
  Audifax--see Marius and companions
  Audit--see Ovide
  Audomarus--see Omer
  Augustine of Canterbury
  Augustine of Hippo--see Doctors of the Church
  Aurea of Ostia
  Aurelius, bishop of Rediciane
  Aurelius, martyr at Rome
  Austregisilus
  Austria, patron saints
  Avitus
  Avold, Avor--see Nabor
  Bacchus--see Sergius and Bacchus
  Balbina
  Barat, Madeleine Sophie--see Madeleine Sophie Barat
  Barbara
    Single figure
      With tower
        With martyr's palm, with eucharist
        With martyr's palm, without eucharist
        Without martyr's palm, with eucharist
        Without martyr's palm, without eucharist
      Without tower
        With martyr's palm, with eucharist
        Without martyr's palm, with eucharist
      With feather
      Trampling her father
      With sword
      With sword-lily (iris)
      With lightning
      Patroness of artillerymen
      Patroness of masons
      Protectress against sudden death
      No attributes
      With Catherine of Alexandria
      With saints other than Catherine
      With donors/suppliants
      Stories, including martyrdom
      Text
  Barbatianus
  Barlaam and Josaphat
  Barnabas--see Apostles
  Bartholomew--see Apostles
  Bartholomew of Grottaferrata--see Nilus of Grottaferrata
  Bartolo Buompedoni (Blessed)
  Basil
  Basilides
  Basilissa--see Julian and Basilissa
  Bassiano
  Bassus
  Baudime
  Bavo
  Beatrice
  Beatus
  Bede
  Begga
  Benedict II, pope
  Benedict Cerretani (Blessed)
  Benedict Joseph Labre
  Benedict the Moor
  Benedict of Norcia
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Stories
      Childhood
      The broken sieve
      Romanus lowering food
      Rolling in thorns
      Vestition of Placidus and Maurus
      Maurus saves Placidus from drowning
      With Totila/Totila's servant
      The serpent in the flagon of wine
      The storm at Scholastica's
      Death and apotheosis
      Raising from dead
      Exorcising
      Preaching
      Miscellaneous
  Benedict Revelli
  Benedicta
  Bénézet
  Benignus of Todi
  Benno
  Bernadette Soubirous
  Bernard of Aosta--see Bernard of Menthon
  Bernard of Clairvaux
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Vision of the Virgin, lactating
    Vision of the Virgin, not lactating
    With instruments of the Passion, etc.
    Embraced by Christ from the Cross
    Entering monastery at Cîteaux
    With the Duke of Aquitaine
    Blessing loaves of bread
    Miscellaneous
  Bernard of Menthon
  Bernard of Offida (Blessed)
  Bernard of Parma--see Bernard degli Uberti
  Bernard of Rupaforte
  Bernard of Tiron
  Bernard Tolomei (Blessed)
  Bernard degli Uberti
  Bernardino of Siena
    Cycles
    Preaching
    Single figure, with saints and donors
    Death and assumption
    Miscellaneous miracles and stories
  Bertin
  Bertrand
  Betto
  Bianco
  Bibiana
  Blaise
    Cycle
    Miscellaneous
  Bonaventure
  Bonaventure of Forlí (Blessed)
  Boniface of Germany
  Boniface of Lausanne (Blessed)
  Boniface of Tarsus
  Boninsegna Cicciaporci
  Bononius
  Bonosa
  Bonosus of Antioch--see Maximilian of Antioch
  Bonosus of Treves
  Boris and Gleb
  Botolph
  Botvid
  Brendan
  Briccius (Brice)
  Brieuc--see Briocus
  Bridget of Ireland
  Bridget of Sweden
  Broicus
  Broccadelli, Lucia--see Lucy of Narni
  Bronislawa (Blessed)
  Bruno
  Brynolf
  Burchard
  Cadoc
  Caius
  Cajetanus--see Gaetano
  Calepodius
  Callixtus
  Calogero
  Camillus
  Campion, Edmund--see Edmund
  Candida
  Candidus
  Cantianilla
  Cantianus
  Cantius
  Canute IV
  Canute Lavard
  Carlo Borromeo
    Cycle
    Single figure
    Medals
    With Virgin
    With other saints
    At his devotions
    With plague victims
    Apotheosis
    Miscellaneous scenes
  Carlo Spinola (Blessed)
  Carpophorus--see Coronati
  Casilda
  Casimir
  Cassian of Imola
  Cassian of Todi
  Castorius--see (Five) Statuaries
  Castrense
  Cataldus
  Catherine of Alexandria
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Trampling Maxentius
      With sword only
      With sword in chest
      With two wheels
      Without sword or wheel
      Holding her head
      Without sword, with unbroken wheel
      Without sword, with broken wheel
      With sword and wheel
      With other saints
    Mystic marriage
      Shown image of Christ by Adrian
      With saints/angels
      Without saints, with angels
      With prophets
      With donors
      To the adult Christ
      Virgin, Child and Catherine only
      Catherine sleeping/dreaming
      Without Virgin Mary
    Stories
      Refusing to worship idols
      Breaking idols
      Dispute with doctors
      Martyrdom of doctors
      Empress Faustina visits Catherine in prison
      Angel announcing her martyrdom
      Destruction of the wheels of torture
      Beheading
      Borne by angels to Sinai
      Glorification
  Catherine of Bologna--see Catherine Vigri
  Catherine of Cardona
  Catherine of Genoa
  Catherine de' Ricci
  Catherine of Siena
    Single figure
    Trampling devil
    With devotees
    With other saints
    Handing out texts
    Cycles
    Stories
      Vision of Dominic, Francis and Benedict
      Mystic marriage
      Receives crown of thorns from Christ
      Swaps hearts with Christ
      Shown wounds by Christ
      Receives communion from angel/Christ
      Stigmatisation
      Brings pope from Avignon
      Exorcising
      Praying for various souls
      Death
      Apotheosis
      Canonisation
      Miscellaneous
  Catherine of Sweden
  Catherine Vigri of Bologna
  Cecilia
    Cycles
    Single figure
      With keyboard instruments
      With stringed instruments
      Singing
      Without musical instruments
      With other saints
      With Valerian
      Raphael and imitators
      Portraits historiés
    Stories
      Betrothal and marriage
      Martyrdom
      Apotheosis
      Miscellaneous
      Adaptations
  Cedd
  Celestine I, pope
  Celestine V--see Peter Celestine
  Celsus--see Nazarus and Celsus
  Chad
  Charlemagne
  Charles the Good (Blessed)
  Chelidonius--see Medin
  Chetillus--see Exuperius of Viborg
  Christeta--see Vincent, Sabine and Christeta
  Christina the Astonishing
  Christina of Bolsena
    Single figure
    Stories
  Christina of Tyre--see Christina of Bolsena
  Christopher
    Single figure
      With Christ child and hermit
      Alone with Christ child
      Alone
      With other saints
      With New Testament scenes
      With devils
      With other figures
      With donors
      Cynocephalous
    Cycle
    Stories
      Miscellaneous
      Martyrdom
    Adaptations
  Chromatius
  Chrysanthus and Daria
  Chrysogonus
  Ciriacus
  Cizy of Besançon
  Clair of Nantes
  Clare of Assisi
    Single figure
      Alone
      With other saints
    Cycles
    Stories
      Given palm by bishop of Assisi
      Vestition/haircut
      Gives rule of her order to pope
      Visions of Christ and Christ child
      Repels Saracens with pyx
      Death and funeral
      Miscellaneous miracles
      Miscellaneous
  Clare of Montefalco (Blessed)
  Clare of Rimini
  Clarus of Florence (Blessed)
  Claude of Besançon
  Claude of Rome--see (Five) Statuaries
  Clement I, pope
  Clement of Alexandria
  Clement of Volterra--see Justus and Clement
  Cletus--alternative name for Anacletus
  Clodoaldus
  Clodulphus
  Clothilda
  Cloud--see Clodoaldus
  Cointa--see Quinta
  Colette
  Colman of Austria
  Coloman--see Kilian
  Colomba da Rieti (Blessed)
  Columba of Iona
  Columba of Sens
  Columbanus
  Concordia--see Hippolytus
  Concordio
  Conrad of Ascoli (Blessed)
  Conrad of Constance
  Conrad of Piacenza
  Conrad of Urach (Blessed)
  Consortia
  Constance
  Constantia, Attica and Artemia
  Constantine
  Constantius of Perugia
  Constantius
  Copini, Maria Maddalena--see Maria Maddalena Copini
  Corbinian
  Cordula
  Corentin
  Cornelius
  Corona and Victor
  Coronati (Quattro)
  Cosmas and Damian
    Single figure
    Cycles
    Healing
    Martyrdom
    Miracle of the Ethiopian's leg
  Covat--see Cucuphas
  Crescentia--see Vitus
  Crescentius
  Cresci
  Crispin and Crispinian
  Crowned Martyrs (Four)--see Coronati
  Cucuphas
  Culgat--see Cucuphas
  Cunegunde of Bamberg
  Cunegunde of Poland
  Cunera
  Cunibert
  Cuthbert
  Cyprian of Antioch--see Justina of Antioch
  Cyprian of Carthage
  Cyriaca--see Dominica
  Cyriacus, deacon
    Cycle
    Miscellaneous
  Cyriacus, pope
  Cyril of Alexandria
  Cyril of Belozersk
  Cyril of Constantinople
  Cyril and Methodius
  Cyrilla
  Dalmatius Moner--see Moner, Dalmatius
  Damasus
  Daniel of Padua
  David of Mynyw
  David of Västeras
  Davinus
  Decuman
  Deicolus
  Delphina (Blessed)
  Demetrius of Thessalonica
  Denis
  Denys of Rijkel (Venerable)
  Deocarus
  Desiderius of Alsace
  Desiderius of Benevento--see Januarius
  Devota
  Didymus of Alexandria
  Diego of Alcalá
  Diego Giuseppe of Cadiz (Blessed)
  Dionysius, pope
  Dionysius the Areopagite--see Denis
  Disibod
  Dismas
  Divy
  Dmitri
  Dominic of Calzada
  Dominic de Guzmán
    Cycles
    Single figure
      With the hound of God
      Without the hound of God
    Stories etc.
      His mother and the Domini canis
      His book in the heretics' fire
      Apparition of Peter and Paul
      Gives the rule of his order to pope
      Raises Napoleon Orsini from dead
      Angels bring loaves of bread
      Virgin appears to Dominic and his friars
      Various miracles
      Miscellaneous non-miraculous stories
      Apotheosis
      Vision at Soriano
      Receives rosary from Virgin
      With the Virgin--not receiving rosary
      Vision of the Virgin as intercessor
      Miscellaneous allegorical scenes
  Dominic of Silos
  Dominic of Sora
  Dominic del Val
  Dominica
  Domitilla
  Domninus of Fidenza
  Donatian
  Donatus of Arezzo
  Donatus of Fiesole
  Donnino--see Domninus
  Dorothy of Caesarea
  Dorothy of Murnau
  Dunstan
  Dymphna
  Eanswitha
  Ebba of Coldingham I
  Ebba of Coldingham II
  Eberhard of Salzburg
  Ecclesius
  Edburga
  Edern
  Edigna
  Ediltrude--see Etheldreda
  Edith of Wilton
  Edmind, king and martyr
  Edmund Campion (Blessed)
  Edward, king of England
  Edward the Confessor, king of England
  Efflam
  Egidius--see Giles
  Egwin
  Einbetta, Warbetta and Wilbetta
  Eleutherius, bishop
  Eleutherius, deacon
  Eleutherius, pope
  Elias of Egypt
  Eligius
    Single figure
    As smith or farrier
    Miracle of horse's hoof
    Consecrated bishop
    Preaching, healing etc.
  Elin--see Helen of Skövda
  Elizabeth, mother of John the Baptist
  Elizabeth of Hungary
    Single figure
      With roses in her lap
      With the poor or sick
      Without the poor or sick
      Spinning
    Stories
      Cycles
      Giving alms etc.
      Washing lepers
      Crucified Christ in her husband's bed
      Bread turns into roses
      Miscellaneous
  Elizabeth of Portugal
  Elizabeth of Thuringia--see Elizabeth of Hungary
  Elmo--see Erasmus
  Eloy--see Eligius
  Elpidius
  Elzear
  Emerentiana
  Emeric—see Henry of Hungary
  Emerita
  Emetherius and Chelidonius--see Medin
  Emidius
  Emilius and Castus
  Emmeram
  Engelmond
  Engratia of Saragossa
  Enimie
  Enodoc
  Ephraim
  Ephysius
  Epimachus
  Epiphanius of Cyprus
  Epiphanius of Pavia
  Erasmus
    Single figure
    Cycles
    Being disembowelled
  Erembert
  Erentrude
  Erhard
  Eric IV Plovpennings, King of Denmark
  Eric IX, King of Sweden
  Ermengol
  Ermyn--see Armel
  Erundina--see Romola, Redempta and Erundina
  Eskill
  Ethelbert
  Ethelburga
  Etheldreda
  Eudaldo
  Eugenia
  Eusenius I, pope
  Eugenius of Carthage
  Eugenius of Florence
  Eugenius of Toledo I
  Eugenius of Toledo II
  Eulalia
  Eulogius
  Euphemia
  Euphrasia of Egypt
  Euphrasia of San Michele (Blessed)
  Euphrosyne of Alexandria
  Euphrosyne, companion of Ursula
  Eurosia
  Eusebius of Cremona
  Eusebius of Vercelli
  Eusignius
  Eustace
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Stories
      Conversion
      His sons
      Martyrdom
      Miscellaneous
  Eustace of Luxeuil
  Eustathius--see Eustace
  Eustochium
  Eustolia
  Eutyches--see Acutius
  Eutychianus, pope
  Eutitius
  Eutropius
  Evaristus
  Evasius
  Eventius
  Ewald the Dark and Ewald the Fair
  Exuperius of Bayeux
  Exuperius of the Theban Legion
  Exuperius of Toulouse
  Exuperius of Viborg
  Eystein Erlendssön
  Fabian
  Fabiola
  Faith
  Fausta
  Faustina and Flaminia
  Faustinus--see Florentius
  Faustinus and Jovita
  Febronia
  Felicissimus
  Felicitas and her seven sons
  Felicitas of Carthage
  Felicula--see Petronilla
  Felix III, pope
  Felix IV, pope
  Felix of Cantalice
  Felix of Dunwich
  Felix of Gerona I
  Felix of Gerona II
  Felix of Lodi--see Nabor
  Felix of Nola
  Felix of Valois
  Felix and Adauctus
  Ferdinand III, king of Castile
  Festus, see Januarius
  Fiacre
  Fidelis of Sigmaringen
  Fina
  Fiorenzo--see Florentius
  Firmin of Amiens I
  Firmin of Amiens II
  Firmina
  Flavia--see Placidus
  Flavia Domitilla--see Domitilla
  Flavian
  Flavius Clemens
  Flora and Lucilla
  Florentius of Orange
  Florentius of Perugia
  Florian of Lorch
  Floriana--see Faustina and Flaminia
  Floridus
  Florin
  Florus and Laurus
  Foillan
  Fortunata of Agen
  Fortunatus of Spoleto
  Forty Martyrs
  Four Crowned Martyrs
  Fourteen Holy Helpers--see Holy Helpers
  Foy--see Faith
  Francesca Romana
  Francis of Assisi
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Alone
      With Franciscan saints
      With other saints
    Stories
      In meditation/prayer
      Levitating
      Stigmatisation
        With Leo
          With lines linking wounds of Christ and Francis
          Without lines linking wounds of Christ and Francis
          Blessing for Leo
        Without Leo
        Supported/comforted by angels
      Visions
        Of the Virgin and Child
        Of the Virgin and Christ at Portiuncula
        Of a musician angel
        Embracing Christ on the Cross
        Miscellaneous
      Renouncing his father
      Wedding Poverty
      Supporting the Lateran
      Before the Sultan
      The wolf of Gubbio
      Meeting St Dominic
      Instituting cult of the presepio
      Preaching to birds and oter animals
      Miscellaneous miracles
      Last communion
      Death and funeral
      Apparitions and posthumous miracles
      Pope Nicholas V at his tomb
      Miscellaneous
    Allegories
      Interceding
      Miscellaneous
  Francis Borgia
  Francis of Paola
  Francis Patrizi--see Francis of Siena
  Francis of Siena (Blessed)
  Francis Xavier
    Cycle
    Single figure
    Stories
    Death
  Francis Xavier and Ignatius Loyola
    Cycle
    Dual images
  Franco da Grotti--see Franco da Siena
  Franco da Siena (Beato)
  François de Sales
  Françoise de Chantal--see Jeanne de Chantal
  Frederick of Utrecht
  Frediano--see Frigidianus
  Frideswide
  Fridolin
  Frigidianus
  Froilanus
  Fromund
  Frontonius
  Fructuosus of Braga
  Fructuosus of Tarragona
  Fulbert
  Fulgentius of Astigi
  Fulgentius of Ruspe
  Fursey
  Fustianus
  Gabriele Ferretti
  Gaetano
  Gaianus
  Galantini, Ippolito (Blessed)
  Galdinus
  Galgano
  Gall of Bregenz
  Gall, bishop
  Galla
  Gallican
  Gaudentius of Brescia
  Gaudentius of Rimini
  Gaudiosus
  Gaugericus
  Gebhard
  Gelasius
  Geminiano
  Gemma Galgani
  Genesia
  Genesius of Arles
  Genesius of La Jara
  Genesius of Rome
  Genevieve of Brabant
  Genevieve of Paris
    Miscellaneous
    Adaptations
  Gennaro--see Januarius
  Genoveva--see Genevieve
  Gentianus, Victorinus and Fustianus
  George
    Cycles
    Specific works
      Bavarian sculpture ca 1525
      Donatello
      Bernt Notke
      Raphael
      Sodoma
    Single figure
      Without the dragon
    George and the dragon
      On foot
        Dragon showing signs of life
        Dragon dead
      On horseback
        Without the princess
        With princess
          With lamb
          Dragon on leash
          Without lamb, dragon not on leash
    Stories
      George and the princess, after the battle
      Baptising the people of Silena
      Martyrdom
        Having his flesh torn
        George and the enchanter
        On the wheel
        The scourging of Dacian's wife
        Beheading
    Miscellaneous
      Helping Christians fight Saracens
      Adaptations
      Miscellaneous
  Gerald of Béziers
  Gerard of Brogne
  Gerard of Sagredo
  Gerard of Villamagna (Blessed)
  Gerebern--see Dymphna
  Gereon
  Germain, bishop missionary
  Germain of Auxerre
  Germain of Granfeld
  Germain of Moutier-Granval
  Germain of Paris
  Germain of Talloires
  Germaine Cousin
  Gertrude the Great--see Gertrude of Helfta
  Gertrude of Helfta
  Gertrude of Nivelles
  Gervasius and Protasius
  Géry--see Gaugericus
  Gherardesca of Pisa
  Ghislain
  Giacinto--see Hyacinth
  Giacomo della Marca
  Giacomo Benfatti (Blessed)
  Giles
  Giles of Assisi (Blessed)
  Gimignano--see Geminiano
  Gimer
  Giovanna--see Joan
  Giovanni e Paolo--see John and Paul
  Girolamo Emiliani
  Giuseppe Benedetto Cottolengo
  Gleb--see Boris and Gleb
  Goar
  Goban
  Godelieva
  Godfrey of Kappenberg
  Gomaire--see Gummar
  Gomarus--see Gummar
  Gonsalvus of Amarante (Blessed)
  Gonzaga, Aloysius/Louis/Luigi--see Luigi Gonzaga
  Gorcum, Martyrs of--see Martyrs of Gorcum
  Gothard
  Graeciniana--see Actinea and Graeciniana
  Grata
  Gratus
  Gregory VII, pope
  Gregory the Great--see Doctors of the Church
  Gregory the Illuminator
  Gregory the Moor
  Gregory Nazianzenus
  Gregory Thaumaturgus
  Gudula
  Guénolé--see Gwenael
  Guido of Anderlecht--see Guy of Anderlecht
  Guido of Pomposa
  Guirec
  Gummar
  Gutmann--see Homobonus
  Guthlac
  Guy of Anderlecht
  Gwenael
  Habakkuk--see Marius and companions
  Hadelin
  Hallvard
  Hathebrandus
  Hedwig
  Helen of Skövda
  Helenus of Troyes
  Helpers--see Holy Helpers
  Henry II, emperor
  Henry of Hungary
  Henry of Uppsala
  Herbaud
  Herculanus
  Heribert
  Hermagoras
  Hermann-Joseph (Blessed)
  Hermengild
  Hermes
  Hidulphus
  Hieron
  Hieronymus--see Hieron
  Hieronymus--see Jerome
  Hilarion of Gaza
  Hilary of Arles
  Hilary of Poitiers
  Hilary of Toulouse
  Hilda
  Hildebrand
  Hildegard of Bingen
  Himerius
  Hippolytus Galantinus
  Hippolytus of Rome
  Holy Helpers
  Holy Innocents--see Petronius
  Hommebon--see Homobonus
  Homobonus
  Honora--see Efflam
  Honoratus of Amiens
  Honoratus of Arles
  Honoré--see Honoratus
  Hormisdas
  Hosanna of Mantua
  Hospice
  Hubert
  Hugh of Grenoble
  Hugh of Lincoln
  Hugh Postilli (Blessed)
  Hugh of St Cher--see Hugh Postilli
  Hugh of Volterra
  Humiliana de' Cerchi (Blessed)
  Humility of Faenza
  Hungary, patron saints
  Hyacinth, martyr--see Eugenia
  Hyacinth of Poland
  Hyacinth Marescolti--see Marescolti, Hyacinth
  Hyginus
  Hymer--see Himerius
  Idda
  Ignatius of Antioch
  Ignatius Loyola (see also Francis Xavier)
    Cycle
    Portraits
    Medals
    Single figure
    Visions of Christ and Christ Child
    Allegories
    Stories
  Ildefonso
    Single figure
    Receiving the chasuble from the Virgin
    Cutting part of Leocadia's veil
    Miscellaneous stories
  Illuminata of Todi
  Imelda Lambertini--see Lambertini, Imelda
  Ingrid
  Innocence of Rimini
  Innocents--see Holy Innocents
  Iolanda--see Jolenta
  Ioscio--see Joscio
  Ippolito Galantini--see Galantini, Ippolito
  Irenaeus of Chiusi
  Irene of Portugal
  Irene of Rome
  Irmina of Treves
  Isberga--see Ittisberga
  Isidore of Chios
  Isidore the Labourer-see Isidore of Madrid
  Isidore of Madrid
  Isidore of Seville
  Itha--see IddaItisberga
  Ives
  Ivetta
  Ivo--see Ives
  Jacopone da Todi (Blessed)
  James, deacon--see Marianus and James
  James the Great--see Apostles
  James Intercisus
  James the Less--see Apostles
  James della Marca--see Giacomo della Marca
  James Kisai
  James the Penitent
  Jane of Tolosa
  Januarius
  Japanese Martyrs--see Martyrs of Japan
  Jean-François Régis
  Jean-Marie Vianney
  Jeanne de Chantal
  Jeanne d'Arc--see Joan of Arc
  Jeanne-Antide Thouret
  Jeanne de Valois--see Joan of Valois
  Jeroen--see Hieron
  Jerome--see Doctors of the Church
  Jerome of Noordwijk--see Hieron
  Joachim, father of the Virgin Mary
  Joachim of Siena (Blessed)
  Joan of Arc
  Joan of Orvieto
  Joan of Signa (blessed)
  Joan of Valois
  Job
  Jocundus
  Jodocus
  Johannes Climacus
  John the Almoner
  John of Avila (Blessed)
  John the Baptist
    Single figure
      As a child/infant
      As a beardless youth
        With lamb or ram
        Without lamb or ram
      Bearded
        With lamb
          On book
          In disc
          Not on book or disc
        Without lamb
      With other saints
      Winged
    Cycles
    Stories
      His parents
      Annunciation to Zacharias
      Birth
      Circumcision
      Zacharias writes his name
      Elizabeth and John fleeing Jerusalem
      Going into the desert
      Baptising
      Bearing witness
      'I am not the Christ'
      'Ecce agnus dei'
      Christ blessing John
      Denouncing Herod and Herodias
      Preaching
        Herod present
        Herod not present
        To the pharisees (cf. John bearing witness)
      Martyrdom
        Cycles
        Arrest and imprisonment
        Salome: single figure
        Dance of Salome
          Before beheading of John
          With beheading
        Beheading
          Without Salome
          Salome watching, not receiving head
          Salome receiving head
            Body of John visible
            Body of John not visible
          Salome with head of John
          Head of John the Baptist
        Presentation of the head
          With beheading
          By servant
          By Salome
          By Salome, not at banquet
          By Salome and servant
          Mutilation by Herodias
        Entombment
      Miscellaneous scenes after death
      Miscellaneous miracles
  John Baptist of the Conception (Blessed)
  John Berchmans
  John of Beverley
  John of Bridlington
  John of Capestrano
  John Chrysostom
    Miscellaneous
    Myth of his penitence
  John of the Cross
  John Damascene
  John Davy (Blessed)
  John of Egypt
  John the Divine--see Evangelists
  John the Evangelist--see Evangelists
  John Fisher
  John of God
  John of Goto
  John Gualbertus
  John Houghton (Blessed)
  John the Kalyvite
  John of Matha
  John of Nepomuk
  John the New
  John of Plano
  John of Sahagún
  John of San Facondo--see John of Sahagún
  John I, pope
  John and Paul, martyrs
  Jolenta (Blessed)
  Jordan of Saxony (Blessed)
  Josaphat Kuncewycz
  Joscio Roseus
  Joseph
    Single figure
      Without Christ Child
      With Christ Child
    Crowned by Christ
    As a carpenter
    Death
  Joseph of Arimathaea
  Joseph of Calasanza
  Joseph of Copertino
  Joseph of Leonessa
  Joseph Oriol
  Josse--see Jodocus
  Jucundus--see Jocondus
  Judas Thaddeus--see Apostles
  Jude--see Judas Thaddeus
  Judocus--see Jodocus
  Julia of Certaldo (Blessed)
  Julia of Corsica
  Julian of Anazarbus
  Julian of Cuenca
  Julian the Hospitaller
  Julian of Istria--see Julian of Rimini
  Julian of Perugia
  Julian the Poor--see Julian the Hospitaller
  Julian of Rimini
  Julian of Silistria
  Julian and Basilissa
  Juliana of Bologna
  Juliana of Cornillon
  Juliana Falconieri
  Juliana of Nicomedia
  Julitta of Caesarea in Cappadocia
  Julius I, pope
  Julius of Orta
  Justa of Aquila--see Justa of Siponto
  Justa of Siponto
  Justa and Rufina
  Justina of Antioch
  Justina of Padua
  Justinus of Chieti
  Justus of Trieste
  Justus and Clement
  Jutta--see Ivetta
  Juvenalis
  Kacukylla
  Kenelm
  Kieran
  Kilian
  Ladislas
  Lambert
  Lambertini, Imelda (Blessed)
  Landelin
  Lanfranco of Canterbury (Blessed)
  Lanfranco of Pavia
  Laumer
  Lawrence
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Without other saints
      With other saints
    Distributing alms
    Martyrdom
  Lazarus of Bethany
  Lazarus of Constantinople
  Leander
  Leger--see Leodegar
  Leo I, the Great, pope
  Leo III, pope
  Leo IV, pope
  Leocadia of Toledo
  Leodegar
  Leonard of Limoges
  Leopold
    Cycle
    Miscellaneous
  Léu--see Loup
  Liberalis
  Liberius
  Libertus
  Liborius
  Licerius
  Liduina--see Lydwina
  Lidwyna--see Lydwina
  Limbania (Blessed)
  Linus
  Lioba
  Liphardus
  Livinus
  Lodovica Albertoni (Blessed)
  Longinus
  Lorenzo Giustiniani
  Louis IX, king of France
  Louis of Anjou--see Louis of Toulouse
  Louis Bertrán
  Louis Gonzaga--see Luigi Gonzaga
  Louis of Toulouse
  Louise de Marillac
  Loup of Sens
  Loup of Troyes
  Loy--see Eligius
  Lucia--see Lucy
  Lucian of Antioch
  Lucilla and Nemesius
  Lucina
  Lucius I, Pope
  Lucius of Coire
  Lucius of Como
  Lucretia
  Lucy
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Holding eyes
      Not holding eyes
    Stories
      Oxen cannot drag her
      Martyrdom
      Miscellaneous
  Lucy of Narni (Blessed)
  Lud--see Lucius of Coire
  Ludgarda
  Ludger
  Ludmilla
  Luduina--see Lydwina
  Luglius and Luglian
  Luigi Gonzaga
  Luitgard
  Luke
  Lullus
  Lupus, bishop of Verona
  Lupus--see Loup
  Luthard
  Lydwina
  Macarius of Alexandria
  Macarius of Antioch
  Macarius of Egypt, the Great
  Macarius of Rome
  Macrina
  Madeleine Sophie Barat
  Maddalena Copini--see Maria Maddalena Copini
  Maffeo (Blessed)
  Maginold--see Mang
  Maginus
  Maglorius
  Magnoald--see Mang
  Magnus of Füssen--see Mang
  Magnus of Oderzo
  Malatesta, Roberto (Blessed)
  Malchus
  Mamas
  Mammas--see Mamas
  Mang
  Mangold--see Mang
  Mansuetus of Toul
  Marcella
  Marcella--see Potamiena
  Marcellina
  Marcellinus of Deventer
  Marcellinus of Perugia--see Florentius
  Marcellinus, pope
  Marcellinus and Marcus
  Marcellinus and Peter
  Marcellus I
  Marcellus of Léon
  Marcellus of Paris
  Marciana
  Marculf
  Marcus
  Mareri, Philippa--see Philippa Mareri
  Marescotti, Hyacinth
  Margaret of Antioch
    Single figure
      With dragon, but not emerging from it
      As shepherdess
      Neither of the above
    Cycles
    Stories
      Seen by Olybrius while tending sheep
      Appearing before Olybrius
      Emerging from dragon
      Trampling devil in human form
      Beheading
  Margaret of Cortona
  Margaret of Hungary
  Margaret of Scotland
  Margaret Mary Alacocque
  Maria de la Cabeza (Blessed)
  Maria de Cervellon
  Maria Egyptiaca--see Mary of Egypt
  Maria Goretti
  Maria dell'Incarnazione (Blessed)
  Maria Maddalena--see Mary Magdalene
  Maria Maddalena Copini (Blessed)
  Maria Maddalena de' Pazzi
  Mariana de Jesus
  Marianus and James
  Maries, the Three (cf. Resurrection: Visitors to the empty sepulchre)
  Saintes Maries de la Mer
  Marina of Antioch
  Marina of Egypt
  Marino--see Marinus
  Marinus
  Marius of Lausanne
  Marius, Martha, Audifax and Habakkuk
  Mark--see Evangelists
  Mark of Egypt
  Martha of Bethany
  Martha--see Marius and companions
  Martial
  Martin I, pope
  Martin of Porres
  Martin of Tours
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Stories, miscellaneous
    Dividing his cloak
  Martin of Valencia
  Martina
  Martyrs of Gorcum
  Martyrs of Japan
  Mary Cleophas--see Maries, Saintes Maries de la Mer
  Mary of Egypt
  Mary Magdalene
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Not shown as penitent
        With ointment jar
          Without book
          With book
        Without ointment jar
        With other saints
      Penitent, in desert
        Titian and followers
        With jar
          Without skull
            With cross
            Without cross
          With skull
            With cross
            Without cross
        Without jar
          Without skull
            With cross
            Without cross
          With skull
            With cross
            Without cross
    Stories
      Life before conversion
      Reproved by Martha
      Led to hear Christ preaching
      Penitent (not in desert)
      Tempted
      In scenes from life of Christ
      Voyage to Marseilles
      Story of the prince of Marseilles
      Lifted up by angels at the canonical hour
      Given communion by angels
      Ecstasy
      Last communion
      Death and burial
    Miscellaneous
      Portraits of women as penitent Magdalenes
      Miscellaneous
  Mary of Oignies
  Mary of Rome
  Mary Salome--see Maries, Saintes Maries de la Mer
  Maternus
  Mathurin
  Matilda of Helfta--see Mechtilde of Helfta
  Matthew--see Evangelists
  Matthias--see Apostles
  Matthias of Cologne--see Mattia da Colonia
  Mattia da Colonia (Blessed)
  Maurelius of Ferrara
  Maurice
  Maurilius
  Maurinus
  Maurontus of Breuil
  Maurontus of Marseilles
  Maurus of Foligno
  Maurus of Glanfeuil
  Maurus of Huy
  Maurus of Parenzo
  Maurus of Rome
  Maxima of Rome
  Maximilian of Antioch (and Bonosus)
  Maximilian of Lorch
  Maximinus of Aix-en-Provence
  Maximinus of Padua
  Mechtilde of Helfta
  Medard
  Medin
  Megingaud--see Meingosus
  Megingoz--see Meingosus
  Meingosus
  Meinrad
  Melania I
  Melania II
  Melanius
  Melchiades
  Melchior
  Menas of Alexandria
  Mercurius of Caesarea
  Merry
  Methodius of Constantinople
  Methodius of Olympus
  Methodius, apostle of the Slavs--see Cyril and Methodius
  Michael, archangel--see Angelic hierarchy
  Michele dei Santi
  Michelina of Pesaro (Blessed)
  Milburga
  Millan--see Aemilian
  Milliau
  Miltiades--see Melchiades
  Miniatus
  Mitre
  Modesta
  Modestus
  Moner, Dalmatius
  Monica
  Montan of La Fère
  Moses the Black
  Musa
  Mustiola
  Nabor and Felix
  Narcissus
  Natalis of Casale
  Natalis of Milan
  Nazarius and Celsus
  Nectaire
  Nectan
  Neot
  Nereus and Achilleus--see Domitilla
  Nestor
  Nicasius
  Nicetius
  Nicodemus--see Petronilla
  Niccolò Albergati (Blessed)
  Nicholas of Bari
    Cycles
    Single figure
      With golden balls
      Without golden balls
      As protector of children
      East European images
    Stories
      As a baby, he stands up and praises God
      The three girls' dowry
      Saves a ship in distress
      Miracle of the grain
      The tree of Diana
      The three condemned soldiers
      The three condemned princes
      The three pickled boys
      Reinstated as bishop by Christ and the Virgin
      Miracles at his tomb
      Miracle of Adeodatus
      Miscellaneous
  Nicholas of Flue
  Nicholas of Myra--see Nicholas of Bari
  Nicholas of Paglia (Blessed)
  Nicholas of Tolentino
  Nicodemus
  Nicomedes
  Nicostratus--see (Five) Statuaries
  Nilamon
  Nilus
  Nitidia
  Non
  Nona--see Marcellus of Léon
  Norbert
  Notburga of Eben (Blessed)
  Nothelfer--see Holy Helpers
  Notker, Balbulus
  Nympha
  Octavian
  Ocysellas
  Oda
  Odilia of Alsace
  Odilia of Huy
  Odilo of Cluny
  Odo
  Olaf
  Ol[d]egarius
  Olympia
  Omer
  Onuphrius
    Cycle
    Miscellaneous
  Omobono--see Homobonus
  Opportuna
  Orico degli Umiliati
  Orientius
  Orosia
  Osanna of Mantua--see Hosanna of Mantua
  Osburga
  Oswald of Northumbria
  Oswald of Worcester
  Osyth
  Othilia--see Odilia
  Otmar
  Ottilia--see Odilia
  Otto
  Ovide
  Pachomius
  Padua, patron saints of
  Pakene and Victor
  Palatia
  Pancras
  Pantaleon
  Pantalus
  Paolino--see Paulinus
  Papianus--see Maurus of Rome
  Paphnutius
  Parasceve
  Pardulphus
  Paschal Baylón
  Paschasius Radbertus
  Paterius
  Paternianus
  Patientia
  Patrick
  Patroclus
  Paul--see Apostles
  Paul the Hermit
  Paul of Léon
  Paula
  Paulina of Rome
  Paulina of Thuringia
  Paulinianus and companions
  Paulinus of Lucca
  Paulinus of Nola
  Paulinus of York
  Pelagia of Jerusalem
  Pelagia and Repisme
  Pelagius of Cordova
  Pellegrino Laziosi
  Perboyre, John Gabriel (Blessed)
  Peregrine
  Pergentinus and Laurentianus
  Perpetua and companions
  Perpetuus
  Peter--see Apostles
  Peter of Alcántara
  Peter of Arbuès
  Peter Canisius
  Peter of Castelnau (Blessed)
  Peter Celestine
  Peter Damian
  Peter the Exorcist--see Marcellinus and Peter
  Peter Gonzales—see Telmo
  Peter Igneus (Blessed)
  Peter of Luxemburg (Blessed)
  Peter Martyr
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Miscellaneous stories
    Martyrdom
    Martyrdom: after Titian
  Peter Nolasco
  Peter Pectinarius (Blessed)
  Peter Regalado
  Peter Thomas
  Peter Urraca (Servant of God)
  Peter of Verona--see Peter Martyr
  Peter Vincioli
  Petronilla
  Petronius of Bologna
  Philastrus
  Philip--see Apostles
  Philip Benizzi
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Stories
  Philip Ciardella
  Philip, deacon--see Acts of the Apostles
  Philip of Florence--see Philip Benizzi
  Philip Neri
    Cycles
    Miscellaneous
    Visions
  Philippa Mareri
  Philomena
  Phocas
  Piat
  Pietro di San Pietro--see Peter Vincioli
  Piran--see Kieran
  Pirminius
  Pius V, pope
  Pius X, pope
  Placidus and companions
  Placidus--see Sigisbert and Placidus
  Plautilla of Rome
  Plautilla, virgin martyr
  Pol-de-Leon--see Paul of Léon
  Polycarp of Rome
  Polycarp of Smyrna
  Pontianus, pope
  Pontianus of Spoleto
  Poppo
  Potamiena
  Porfirio of Camerino
  Praxedis and Pudentiana
  Primianus
  Primus
  Prisca
  Probus of Verona
  Probus--see Cantius
  Processus and Martinianus
  Procopius of Bohemia
  Proculus of Bologna
  Proculus of Naples--see Januarius
  Prosdocimus
  Prosper
  Protus and Hyacinthus--see Eugenia
  Prudentius of Tarazona
  Publius
  Pulcheria
  Quattro Coronati--see Coronati
  Quentin
  Quinta
  Quintin--see Quentin
  Quiquenvat--see Cucuphas
  Quiricus and Julitta
  Quirinus of Neuss
  Quirinus of Siscia
  Quiteria
  Radegund of France
  Radegund of Wellenburg--see Radiana
  Radiana
  Ragenulfa--see Reynolfa
  Rainer--see Raynerius
  Ramon Lull
  Randoaldus
  Rasius
  Raymond Nonnatus
  Raymond of Peñafort
  Raynald of Concoreggio (Blessed)
  Raynald of Nocera
  Raynerius of L'Aquila
  Raynerius of Borgo San Sepolcro (Blessed)
  Raynerius of Pisa
  Redempta--see Romola
  Regintrudis
  Regula
  Regulus
  Reinold
  Remy
  Remy of Fécomp (Blessed)
  René
  Reperata
  Restituta
  Reynolfa
  Richard, king of Wessex
  Richard of Chichester
  Rigardis
  Rita of Cascia
  Rivoal
  Robert
  Roch
    Cycles
    Single figure (see also Sebastian)
      With dog, with angel
      Without dog, with angel
      With dog, without angel
      Without dog, without angel
    Tending/giving alms to plague-sufferers
    Interceding for plague-sufferers
    Miscellaneous storis
  Roderick
  Romanos, deacon
  Romanus of Lucca
  Romanus and Barulas
  Rombaud--see Romoldus
  Romedio
  Romola, Redempta and Erundina
  Romoldus
  Romuald
    Cycle
    Miscellaneous
  Romulus
  Ronan
  Rosa of Lima
  Rosalia
  Rose of Viterbo
  Rosina
  Rosseline of Villeneuve-léz-Avignon (Blessed)
  Roxane
  Rufina
  Rufinus
  Rumbold--see Romoldus
  Rupert
  Sabbas
  Sabina
  Sabinus, bishop of Assisi
  Saints Guérisseurs, Les
  Salvator of Horta
  Salvius of Albi
  Salvius of Amiens
  Sara, servant to the Maries
  Sara, abbess
  Saturninus
  Satyrus--see Marcellina
  Savine
  Savinus, bishop of Assisi—see Sabinus
  Savinus, hermit
  Scholastica
  Schorne, Sir John
  Sebaldus
  Sebastian
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Not being martyred
      With Roch
      With other saints
    Before the martyrdom
      Story of Marcellinus and Marcus
      Curing Zoë of dumbness
      Story of Chromatius
      Being tied to tree or column
    Martyred
      Alone
        Full-length
          Pierced by arrows
            Tied to a tree
            Tied to a column
          Not pierced by arrows, tied to tree or column
          Not tied to tree or column
        Less than full-length
      With bowmen
        Tied to a tree
        Tied to a column
        Not tied to tree or column
      Crowned by angels
      With figures other than bowmen or saints
    Being tended to
      By Irene
      By angels
    After the martyrdom
      Deposition
      Cudgelled to death
      Thrown into Cloaca Maxima
      Entombment
      Assumption
    Miscellaneous
      Interceding/with donors
      Adaptations
  Secundus of Avila
  Secundus of the Theban Legion
  Seiriol
  Senatore Septala
  Seraphia
  Serapion, mercedarian
  Serapion, hermit
  Sergius, pope
  Sergius, hermit
  Sergius and Bacchus
  Servandus
  Servatius
  Seton, Elizabeth Ann
  Seven Sleepers of Ephesus--see Sleepers of Ephesus
  Severa
  Severinus of Cologne
  Severinus of Noricum
  Severinus of Sanseverino
  Severus of Barcelona
  Severus of Naples
  Severus of Ravenna
  Sexburga
  Sidor of Rostoff
  Sidwell
  Siffrein
  Sigfrid
  Sigisbert
  Sigisbert and Placid
  Sigismund
  Silverius
  Silvester--see Sylvester
  Silvia--see Sylvia
  Simeon
  Simeon the Stylite
  Simon Fidati of Cascia (Blessed)
  Simon de Roxas
  Simon Stock
  Simon of Trent
  Simpertus (Symprecht)
  Simplicius
  Sisinnius
  Sixtus
  Sleepers of Ephesus, The Seven
  Solange
  Solutare
  Sophia—see Theological Virtues, cycles
  Sophronia
  Sosius
  Sotera
  Speciosa
  Spiridon
  Stanislaus of Cracow
  Stanislaus Kostka
  Statuaries, The Five
  Stephen, protomartyr
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Alone
      With other saints
      As intercessor/with donors
    Stories, other than stoning
    Stoning
      With Saul
      Without Saul
  Stephen, pope
  Stephen, king of Hungary
  Sulpice
  Sunniva
  Susanna
  Suzo, Henry (blessed)
  Swibert
  Swithin
  Sylvester
  Sylvia
  Sylvia Rufina
  Symphorian
  Syncletica
  Syrus
  Talida
  Tarsilla
  Tatiana
  Telemachus
  Telius
  Telmo (Peter Gonzales)
  Ten Thousand Martyrs of Ararat
  Terenzio of Pesaro
  Terenzio of Todi
  Thais
  Thecla
  Thegonnec
  Theobald
  Theodard
  Theodgar
  Theodora and Didymus
  Theodore of Lucca
  Theodore of Studium
  Theodore Stratelatos--see Theodore Tyro
  Theodore Tyro
  Theodore of Verona
  Theodosia
  Theodosius of Tot'ma
  Theodulus, bishop
  Theodulus, deacon
  Theofredus
  Theresa of Avila
    Single figure
    Adorned by holy family
    Heart pierced by angelic arrow
    Inspired by holy dove
    Miscellaneous visions/glories
    Miscellaneous
  Theresa of Lisieux
  Thiemo
  Thierry
  Thomas Aquinas
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Temptation
    Teaching/preaching/disputing
    With Sts Peter and Paul
    'Bene scripsisti de me Thoma'
    Allegories
    Miscellaneous
  Thomas à Becket
  Thomas Garnet
  Thomas More
  Thomas Nacci
  Thomas of Villanueva
    Cycle
    Miscellaneous
  Titus
  Toribio
  Totnan
  Tropez
  Trophimus
  Trudo
  Trudpert
  Tryphonius
  Tugean
  Ubaldo
  Ulphia
  Ulrich
  Urban
  Urius
  Ursicinus of Luxeuil
  Ursicinus of Ravenna
  Ursula
    Cycles
    Single figure
      Miscellaneous
      With schutzmantel
    Stories
      Miscellaneous
      Martyrdom
  Ursus of Aosta
  Ursus of Ravenna
  Ursus of the Theban Legion
  Vaast
  Valentine
  Valeria
  Valerian and Tiburtius
  Valérie—see Valeria
  Valerius
  Varmondus
  Vedastus
  Venantius
  Veneranda
  Veranus
  Verdiana
  Verecundus
  Verena
  Verny
  Veronica (see also Christ carrying the Cross, Vernicle)
  Veronica of Binasco (Blessed)
  Vicenta Maria Lopez Vicuña (Blessed)
  Victor, pope
  Victor of Marseilles
  Victor of Milan
  Victor of Solothurn
  Victorinus of Assisi
  Victorinus of Siena
  Vigilius
  Villana de Bottis (Blessed)
  Vincent Ferrer
    Cycles
    Miscellaneous
  Vincent Madelgar
  Vincent de Paule
  Vincent of Saragossa
    Cycles
    Nuno Gonçalves polyptych
    Single figure
    Martyrdom
  Vincent, Sabina and Christeta
  Virgilius
  Vitalis of Ravenna
  Vitalis, bishop of Salzburg
  Vitus
  Vladimir
  Walpurga
  Waltrude
  Warbede
  Wenceslas
  Wendelin
  Werburgh
  Werenfried
  Werstan
  Wiborad
  Wigbert
  Wilfrid
  Wilgefortis
  Willehold
  William of Aquitaine
  William of Eskilsö
  William of Fenoglio (Blessed)
  William of Monte Vergine—see William of Vercelli
  William of Norwich
  William of Vercelli
  William of York
  Willibald
  Willibede
  Willibrord
  Willigis
  Winifred
  Winnoc
  Wiro
  Wita
  Wivina
  Wolfgang
  Wulfram
  Wulstan
  Yves--see Ives
  Zacharias, pope
  Zacharias, father of John the Baptist
  Zeno
  Zenobius
    Cycles
    Single figure
    Raises child from dead
    Miscellaneous stories
  Zita
  Zoë
  Zosimus of Russia
  Zosimus of the Thebaïd
  Zürich, patron saints of—see Felix, Regula and Exuperantius
Groups of saints
All Saints
Saints: cycles
  St Peter's
  Bethelehem frescoes
  Patron saints
  Saints associated with the house of Habsburg
  Tapestries
  Miscellaneous
  Saints from the same order
    Carthusians
    Dominicans
    Franciscans
    Jesuits
  Female saints
  Plague saints
  Hermits
  Martyrs
  Virgin martyrs
Unidentified saints
  Popes
  Bishops and abbots
  Martyrs
  Male
  Female
Apotheosis/Assumption of saints
Haloes
Angels
  Musicians
    Cycles
      Agostino di Duccio
      Cherubino Alberti after Polidoro da Caravaggio
      Fra Angelico
      Donatello
      Gaudenzio Ferrari
      Melozzo da Forlí
      Giacomo Pacchiarotto
      Master of the St Lucy Legend
    Single figure
      Playing strings
      Playing wind
      Playing percussion
      Singing
    Two or more
      Playing strings
      Playing wind
      Singing
      Playing percussion and strings
      Playing percussion and wind
      Playing percussion, strings and wind
      Playing strings and wind
  In adoration or lamentation
    In adoration
    In lamentation  
  Holding things
    Banderoles
    Books
    Candles/candelabras and torches
    Censers
    Cloths
    Coats-of-Arms
    Cornucopias
    Crowns
    Eucharist
    Flowers
    Globes
    Instruments of the Passion
      Bernini
      Bossi
      Caravaggio follower
      Sadeler
      Ponte Sant’Angelo
      Miscellaneous
    Palms
    Portraits
    Reliquaries
    Saints’ attributes
    Sceptres and staffs
    Scrolls
    Swords
    Tablets
  Various attributes and activities
    In armour
    Dancing
    Drawing curtains
    With inscribed wings
    With human beings
  Putti
    With bodies
    Heads and wings only
  Miscellaneous
    Single
    Two or more
  The Guardian angel
  Angelic hierarchy
    Miscellaneous
    Cherubim and seraphim—cf. Putti
    Angelomachy
  Archangels
    Miscellaneous
    Raphael
      General
      With Holy Family/Virgin and Child
      With saints and/or donors
    Gabriel
    Michael
      Cycles
      General
      Legends
        Appearing on the Castel Sant'Angelo
        And Christ's entry into Jerusalem
        Bull of Mt Gargano
        Rescuing St Archippo from inundation
        Michael and Melchizedek
      With the devil
        Without armour
        With medieval armour
        With classical armour
      With the balance
The Christian heart 
  Cycles 
    Frederik Bouttats
Anton Wierix
Miscellaneous
Anima, the soul
  Cycles
    Wierix/Galle
    Brussels, Bibliothèque Royale, cod. 10308
  Miscellaneous
Ways to heaven and hell
  Ladders, steps
  Bridge of hell
  Trees
  Ship of salvation
  Miscellaneous
Heaven and Hell
Heaven
  Specific works
    Benozzo Gozzoli
    Andrea Orcagna
    Jacopo Tintoretto
  The gate of heaven
  The blessed
  Heaven as a garden
  Heaven in the clouds
  The heavenly hierarchy
  The mystic paradise
  Rivers of paradise
Abraham’s bosom
Purgatory
Hell
  The mouth of hell
    Durham cathedral
    Lincoln cathedral
    York Minster
    Miscellaneous
  Hell’s entrance
  Pains of Hell cycle: the Shepheardes Kalender
  Punishment of specific sins
  Punishment of sinners, general
  Satan eating Judas et al.
  Miscellaneous
Devil(s)
  Cycle, Fairford windows
  Clutching human head
  As cook or waiter
  Seduction by the devil
  Devil fought by women
  Lucifer/Satan
  Exorcism
  Miscellaneous
Exegesis
Typology
  Cycles
    Speculum humanae salvationis
    Biblia pauperum
    Concordantiae caritatis
    Ciboria
    Miscellaneous
  Types
    Classical
    Creation
    Adam
    Eve
    Fall
    Abraham
    Joseph
    Moses
    Passover
    Crossing Red Sea
    Manna
    Gideon
    Jephthah
    Samson
    David
    Solomon
    Widow of Zarepath
    Tobias
    Judith
    Esther
    Song of Songs
    Prophets
    Susanna
    Jonah
  Antitypes
    Annunciation to Joachim
    Birth of Virgin
    Presentation of Virgin in temple
    Marriage of Virgin
    Annunciation
    Visitation
    Nativity
    Adoration of the Magi
    Circumcision
    Presentation of Christ
    Massacre of Innocents
    Flight into Egypt
    Falling idols
    Return from Egypt
    Baptism
    Temptation
    Transfiguration
    Cleansing the temple
    Penitence of Magdalene
    Raising of Lazarus
    Entry into Jerusalem
    Last Supper
    Christ foretells his death
    Judas sells Christ
    Betrayal of Christ
    Soldiers fall back before Christ
    Pilate washing his hands
    Flagellation
    Mocking of Christ
    Christ carrying cross
    Nailing to Cross
    Crucifixion
    Christ's side pierced
    Descent from cross
    Lamentation
    Entombment
    Harrowing of Hell
    Maries at sepulchre
    Noli me tangere
    Incredulity of Thomas
    Ascension
    Pentecost
    Last Judgment
    Heaven
    Hell
    Virgin
      Defensorium virginitatis Mariae
      Virgin triumphant over Devil
      Virgin and Child
      Coronation of Virgin
      Virgin as new Eve
Eight Beatitudes
Seven Works of Mercy
  Cycles
  Adaptations
  Individual
    Feeding the hungry
    Receiving strangers
    Visiting the sick
    Giving drink to the thirsty
    Clothing the naked
    Delivering prisoners
    Burying the dead
Almsgiving
Seven gifts of the Holy Spirit
Ten Commandments
The Creed
Pater Noster
Seven Sacraments
  Cycles
  Baptism
  Confirmation
  Communion (Protestant)
  Marriage
  Ordination
  Penance
  Extreme Unction
  Mass
  Eucharist
    Adoration or Glorification
    Triumph (Rubens)
  Mill of Sacrament
Salvation
  Miscellaneous
  Allegory: homo viator type
  Predestination
Deesis
Prayer
  With rosary
  Grace before meal
  Figures in attitude of prayer
  Prayers
Intercession
Devotions
  Adoration of Jesus
  Rosary represented as rose-garland
  Mysteries of the rosary
Spiritual exercises
  Contemplation
  De contemptu mundi
  Speculum virginum
  Duodecim specula deum
Catechism
Penitence (cf. Sacraments: Penance)
  Climacus, Heavenly ladder and penitential canon
  Miscellaneous
  Christ and the penitent sinners
  Flagellants
Preaching
Services
Congregations
Church ritual
  Vienna, Nationalbibliothek cod. 2765
  Asperging
  Miscellaneous
Ceremonies of the Church
  Porta Santa
  St Andrew's Head
  Jubilees
  Consecration or dedication of a church or altar
  Canonisation
  Miscellaneous
Church feasts
  Cycles
  Christmas
  Epiphany
  Carnival and Lent
  Miscellaneous
  Kermis
  Return from Kermis
Liturgical drama
Religious processions
  Corpus Christi
  Procession in Piazza San Marco
  Penitent processions of Henri III
  Processione Eucaristica, Rome 1929
  Miscellaneous
Pilgrimage
  Breydenbach, Reisen ins Heilige Land
  Pilgrims en route
  Pilgrims at their destination
  Allegorical pilgrimages
  Miscellaneous
Crusades
Missionary activity
Religious conversion
  Believers and unbelievers
  Miscellaneous
Visions/ecstasy
Miracles
  The miracle of the Virgin's catafalque
  Miracles involving the host
  Foundation of S. Maria Maggiore
  Burial of Count Orgaz
  Miracle of Theophilus
  Miracles of resurrection
  Miracles of healing
  Miracles of Crucifix of Soria
  Miscellaneous
Miraculous images
  Cristo de Malta
  Cristo de Lucca (volto santo)
  Cristo de los Temblores
  Santa Cruz de Carabuco
  Miscellaneous
Votive offerings
  Sculpture
  Paintings
Memorial paintings (epitaphs)
Ecclesiastical interiors
  Catholic
  Protestant
  Miscellaneous
Ecclesiastical objects
  Cycles
  Miscellaneous
  Altars and altarpieces
    Designs
    Portable
    Altar furniture
    Represented on coins, medals, prints and miniatures
    Miscellaneous
    Italy
      Paintings
      Sculpture
      Specific works
      Miscellaneous
    German lands
    English
    French
    Netherlandish
    Spanish and Portuguese
    Miscellaneous and unidentified
  Books and bookcovers
  Baldacchini
  Bells
  Bowls
  Boxes
  Calami
  Cantoria
  Candlesticks
  Caskets
  Chairs
  Chalices
  Chasubles
  Choirstalls
  Censers
  Ciboria
  Copes
  Cribs
  Crosses and Crucifixes (cf. Christ on the cross)
    Stone
    Specific works
    Paintings
    Sculpture
      Christ only, without cross
        Metal crown
        Crown of thorns
        No crown
      Christ and cross
        Metal crown
        Crown of thorns
        No crown
      Various
        With four evangelists
        With Virgin and John the Divine
        With scenes from Christ's life
        With Lazarus rising from the dead
        Palm-tree crosses
        Calvaries
        Without crucified Christ
        Bases
        Miscellaneous
  Crowns (votive)
  Croziers
  Dalmatics
  Devotional prints
  Doors
    St Peter's, Rome: Filarete
      General views
      View of interior panel
      Left door
        Main panels: Christ, St Paul, martyrdom of St Paul
        Borders
        Scenes from the Council of Ferrara and Florence, 1436-7
      Right door
        Main panels: The Virgin, St Peter, martyrdom of St Peter
        Borders
        Scenes from the Council of Ferrara and Florence, 1436-7
    Miscellaneous
  Door knockers
  Ewers
  Flabella (fans)
  Fonts
    Lead
    English
    German and Austrian
    Italian
    Low Countries
    Spanish
    Miscellaneous
  Galleries
  Iconostasis
  Inscriptions
  Lamps
  Lavabos
  Lecterns
  Maniples
  Misericords
  Monstrances
  Organ shutters
  Orphreys
  Paxes
  Pews
  Phylacteries
  Pries dieu
  Pulpits
  Pyxes
  Relics
  Reliquaries
    Hand, arm and foot
    Head and bust
    Full-length figure
    Crosses
    Shrines and caskets
    Triptyches
    Monstrances
    Collections
    Miscellaneous
  Rood screens
  Rosaries
  Screens
  Shrines
  Situlae
  Stoles
  Stoups
  Tabernacles
  Temples
  Treasures
  Vestments
Religious Orders
  Cycles
  Monks, Friars, etc.
    Augustinian canons
    Augustinian friars
    Benedictines
    Camaldolensians
    Capuchins
    Carmelites
    Carthusians
    Order of Charity
    Cistercians
    Dominicans
    Franciscans
    Hieronymites
    Jesuits
    Mercedarians
    Minims
    Olivetans
    Oratorians
    Servites
    Trinitarians
    Vallombrosans
  Nuns etc.
    Benedictine
    Carmelite
    Dominican
    Dominican Tertiaries
    Franciscan Tertiaries
    Poor Clares
  Miscellaneous
    Monks
    Nuns
    Monks and nuns
  Emblems of religious orders
  Miscellaneous priesthood
Confraternities
  Misericordia
  Ordre du S. Esprit
  Miscellaneous
Quakers
Miscellaneous sects
  Church of England
  Miscellaneous
Ecclesia
  Triumphant Church
  Ecclesia Christiana et Ecclesia Antichristi
  Triumphs of Christ and Church
  Otto van Veen, Triumph of The Church
  Allegories
  Ship of the Church
  Ecclesia and Synagogue
    Old and New Testament
    Miscellaneous
Religious triumphs
  Catholicism
  Religion
  Faith
    Titian
    Pieter Coecke van Aelst
    Lommelin
    Miscellaneous
Fortress of Faith
Allegories of Papacy
Allegories of Divine Love
The Christian Soldier
The Christian, miscellaneous
Church organisation
Church government
Church history
  Donations
    Constantine
    Charlemagne
  Jubilee 1300
  Councils
    Lyons
    Constance
    Trent
    Miscellaneous
The Papacy
  Foundation and succession of papacy
  Conclave and election of popes
  Secular rulers acknowledge supremacy of papacy
  Pope and Emperor
  Pope and cardinals
  Pope receiving foreign emissaries
  Investiture by pope
  History of papacy: Leo and Attila
  Miscellaneous
Reformation
  Jan Luiken, Historie der Reformatie
  Lucas Cranach, Passional Christi und Antichristi (duplicate photos)
  Portents and prophecies
  Images with portraits of reformers
  Historical events
  Allegories
  Miscellaneous
Counter-Reformation
  B. Arias Montano and Ph. Galle, Divinarum nuptiarum conventa et acta
  Joannes David, Christelijcke Waerseggher
  Miscellaneous
Religious persecution
  Iconoclasm
  Autos-da-fé
  Heresy
  Foxe, Acts and monuments of martyrs
  Miscellaneous
Antisemitism
  Ritualmord
  Pusculus, De Judaeorum perfida
  Profanation of the host
  Miscellaneous
Religious satire
  Cycle
    Schuttenius, Het Nieuwe Roomsche Symbolum
  The fox in the pulpit
  Against friars, monks, priest et al. 
  Lechery of friars et al.
  Against indulgences
  Against the papacy
  The Church led astray by Aristotle, Plato et al.
  Catholic, anti-Protestant
  Protestant, anti-Catholic
  Catholic, anti-Catholic
  Protestant, anti-Protestant
  Miscellanous
 ARTISTS


HEINRICH BODMER COLLECTION


Agostino Carracci
  Paintings
  Drawings
  Engravings
Annibale Carracci
  Paintings
    Miscellaneous
    Galleria Farnese
    Camerino
  Drawings
  Engravings
Ludovico Carracci
  Paintings
  Drawings
  Engravings
Antonio Carracci
Francesco Carracci
Paolo Carracci
Carracci School
Niccolò dell'Abate
Francesco Albani
Cherubino Alberti
Mauro Aldobrandini
Giacomo Altomonte
Jacope Amigoni
Antonio Amorosi
Giovanni Andrea Ansaldo
Petrus Aquila
Cesare Aretusi
Arpino, Cavaliere d', see Cesari
Dirck and Theodoor van Baburen
Giovanni Battista Gaulli, Il Baciccio
Sisto Badalocchio
Giovanni Baglione
Bagnacavallo
Bernardino Baldi
Lazzaro Baldi
Antonio Balestra
Niccolò Bambini
Antonio Barbalunga
Paolo Antonio Barbieri
Federigo Baroccio
Marcantonio Basetti
Pompeo Batoni
Pietro Bellotti
Antonio Bellucci
Abramo Belvedere
Giovanni Battista Benaschi
Federico Bencovich
Marco Benefial
Niccolò Berrettone
Giovanni Battista Bertusio
Giovanni Francesco Bezzi, il Nosadella
Isidoro Bianchi
Ferdinando Bibbiena
Giovanni Maria Bibbiena
Various members of the Bibbiena family
Vittorio Bigari
Jan van Bijlert
Giovanni Bilivert
Bartolommeo Biscaino
Clemente Bocciardo
Giambattista Bolognini
Giuseppe Bonito
Carlo Bonone
Pietro Paolo Bonzi
Orazio Borgianni
Jacques Courtois, il Borgognone
Felice Boselli
Giovanni Boulanger
Sebastien Bourdon
Domenico Brandi
Giacinto Brandi
Paul Brill
Francesco Brizio
Menghino di Brizzi
Jan van Bronckhorst
Domenico Brusasorci
Giovanni Antonio Burrini
Giovanni Battista Caccioli
Guido Cagnacci
Giacinto Calandrucci
Denijs Calvaert
Giacomo Alessandro Calvi
Antonio Calza
Luca Cambiaso
Vincenzo Campi
Antonio Canale, il Canaletto
Simone Cantarini
Domenico Maria Canuti
Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio
Netherlandish followers of Caravaggio
Luca Carlevaris
Various members of the Carlone family
Antonio Carneo
Baldassare de Caro
Angelo Caroselli
Girolamo da Carpi
Giulio Carpone
Battistello Carracciolo
Francesco Casanova
Alessandro Casolani
Valerio Castello
Giovanni Battista Castiglioni
Bernardino Cavallino
Antonio Cavallucci
Bartolommeo Cavarozzi
Francesco Cavazzoni
Giacomo Cavedoni
Sebastiano Ceccarini
Andrea Celesti
Giovanni Domenico Cerrini
Giacomo Ceruti
Giuseppe Cesari, il Cavaliere d'Arpino
Bartolomeo Cesi
Carlo Cesi
Giuseppe Chiari
Carlo Cignani
Fra Felice Cignaroli
Gianbettino Cignaroli
Lodovico Cardi da Cigoli
Giacomo Francesco Cipper, il Todeschini
Santolo Cirillo
Pierfrancesco Cittadini
Leonardo Coccorante
François Collignon
Michele Colonna
Sebastiano Conca
Giovanni Andrea Coppola
Cornelis Cort
Pietro da Cortona
Domenico Corvi
Placido Costanzi
Francesco Cozza
Wouter Crabeth
Joost van Craesbeek
Giovanni Battista Cremonini
Giuseppe Maria Crespi
Luigi and Giuseppe Maria Crespi
Giovanni Battista Crespi
Daniele Crespi
Donato Creti
Vincenzo Damini
Pietro Dandini
Monsu Desiderio
Michele Desubleo
Giacinto Diana
Gasparo Diziani
Carlo Dolci
Il Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri)
  Religious and Allegory
  Secular
  Drawings
Andrea Donducci (Mastelletta)
Girolamo Donini
Pietro Faccini
Aniello Falcone
Pietro Fancelli
Ferraù Fenzoni
Luca Ferrari
Orazio Ferrari
Pietro Ferrari
Giovanni Domenico Ferretti
Ciro Ferri
Domenico Feti
Domenico Fiasella
Giovanni Ambrogio Figino
Paolo Domenico Finoglio
Louis Finson
Giovanni Battista Fiorini
Lavinia Fontana
Prospero Fontana
Francesco Fontebasso
Gerolamo Forabosco
Francesco Fracanzano
Marc Antonio Franceschini
Vincenzo Franceschini
Guy François
Giovanni Antonio Fumiani
Francesco Furini
Antonio Domenico Gabbiani
Galanino (Baldassare Aloisi Galanini)
Giovanni Maria Galli
Giuseppe Gamberini
Various members of the Gandolfi family
Gaetano Gandolfi
Mauro Gandolfi
Ubaldo Gandolfi
Francesco Gessi
Lorenzo Garbieri
Domenico Gargiulo
Luigi Garzi
Bartolommeo Gennari
Benedetto Gennari Sr
Benedetto Gennari Jr
Cesare Gennari
Ercole Gennari
Giovanni Battista Gennari
Lorenzo Gennari
Artemisia Gentileschi
Orazio Gentileschi
Antonio Gherardi
Alessandro Gherardini
Vittore Ghislandi (Fra Galgario)
Corrado Giaquinto
Giacinto Gimigniani
Antonio Gionima
Francesco Gionima
Luca Giordano
Girolamo da Treviso
Giovanni Michele Granieri
Ercole Graziani
Pietro Graziani
Paolo Greco
Girolamo Grifoni
Francesco Grimaldi
Pier Francesco Guala
Francesco Guardi
Giovanni Antonio Guardi
Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri)
  Bible, Christ, Virgin
  Saints and angels
  Fresco cycles
  Secular
  Drawings
Paolo Guidotti
David de Haen
Gerrit van Honthorst
Giovanni Battista de Lampi
Lodovico Lana
Giovanni Lanfranco
Carlo Lanfranchi
Giovanni Battista Langetti
Andrea Lanzani
Tommaso Laureti
Filippo Lauri
Gregorio Lazzarini
Pietro Liberi
Andrea de Lione
Lorenzo Lippi
Johann Liss
Andrea Locatellil
Carlo Lodi
Alessandro Longhi
Pietro Longhi
Pietro Lorri
Carlo Loth
Benedetto Luti
Francesco Maffei
Domenico Maggiotto
Alessandro Magnasco
Pietro Malombra
Francesco Mancini
Bartolommeo Manfredi
Carlo Maratta
Giuseppe Marchesi
Marco Marchetti
Marco Marcola
Giovanni Battista Marcoli
Michele Marieschi
Vincenzo Martinelli
Lucio Massari
Paolo de Matteis
Sebastiano Mazzoni
Aureliano Milani
Giuseppe Maria Mitelli
Pierfrancesco Mola
Antonio Molinari
Giovanni Battista Molinari
Giovanni Antonio Molineri
Francesco Monti
Il Morazzone (Pier Francesco Mazzucchelli)
Paulus Moreelse
Leonardo Moro
Lorenzo del Moro
Pieter Mulier (Pietro Tempesta)
Francesco de Mura
Domenico Muratori
Girolamo Muziano
Battista Naldini
Giuseppe Niccolò Nasini
Giovanni Battista Natale
Giuseppe Nogari
Pietro Novelli
Giuseppe Nuvoloni
Girolamo Olgiati
Domencio Olivero
Crescenzio Onofri
Francesco Orlandi
Lelio Orsi
Pasquale Ottino
Pacceco (Francesco de Rosa)
Paolo Pagani
Michele Pagano
Giovanni Battista Paggi
Giovanni Pannini
Lorenzo Pasinelli
Bartolomeo Passante
Bartolommeo Passarotti
Tiburzio Passarotti
Giuseppe Passeri
Giovanni Pedretti
Domenico Pedrini
Filippo Pedrini
Domenico Pellegrini
Giovanni Antonio Pellegrini
Giuseppe Antonio Petrini
Giovanni Maria delle Piane
Santo Piatti
Giovanni Battista Piazetta
Pietro de Pietri
Marco del Pino
Domenico Piola
Giovanni Battista Pittoni
Giovanni Pizzoli
Antonio Pomarancio
Cristoforo Roncalli (Pomarancio)
Niccolò Pomarancio
Camillo Procaccini
Ercole Procaccini
Giulio Cesare Procaccini
Marcello Provenzali
Scipio Pulzone
Carlo Antonio Rambaldi
Michele Antonio Raposo
Giuseppe Recco
Guido Reni
  Bible, Christ, Virgin
  Other religious iconography
  Secular iconography and drawings
Niccolò Renieri
Marco Ricci
Sebastiano Ricci
Carlo Ridolfi
Orazio Riminaldi
Marco Rocca
Giuseppe Rolli
Giovanni Francesco Romanelli
Theodoor Rombouts
Salvator Rosa
Rosa da Tivoli
Matteo Roselli
Antonio Rossi
Mariano Rossi
Pietro Rotari
Franz Michael Rottmayr
Giuseppe Ruoppolo
Carlo Francesco Rusca
Francesco Ruschi
Francesco Rustici
Lorenzo Sabatini
Andrea Sacchi
Ventura Salimbeni
Orazio Samacchini
Carlo Saraceni
Emilio Savonanzi
Bartlomeo Schedoni
Johann Heinrich Schönfeld
Daniel Seiter
Giacomo Sementi
Giovanni Serodine
Giovanni Niccolò Servandoni
Andrea Sirani
Elisabetta Sirani
Giuseppe dal Sole
Francesco Solimena
Lionello Spada
Vincenzo Spisanelli
Massimo Stanzioni
Matthias Stomer
Bernardino Strozzi
Maria Felice Subleyras, née Tibaldi
Giuseppe Tassana
Agostino Tassi
Antonio Tempesta
Domenico Tempesti
Hendrick Terbrugghen
Mauro Tesi
Pietro Testa
Alessandro Tiarini
Domenico Tibaldi
Pellegrino Tibaldi
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
Oronzo Tiso
Bartolomeo Torreggiani
Flaminio Torri
Gaspare Traversi
Angelo Trevisani
Francesco Trevisani
Giovanni Battista Trotti, called Malosso
Alessandro Turchi
Andrea Vaccaro
Valentin de Boulogne
Giovanni Luigi Valesio
Francesco Vanni
Alessandro Varotari, called Padovanino
Pietro Muttoni, called della Vecchia
Francesco Vellani
Venetian school
Giovanni Maria Viani
Francesco Villamena
Candido Vitali
Ferdinand Voet
Simon Vouet
Benedetto Zalone
Giuseppe Zais
Antonio Zanchi
Domenico Zanetti
Giampietro Zanotti
Andrea Zoboli
Jacopo Zoboli
Francesco Zuccarelli
Federigo Zuccari
Taddeo Zuccari
Giacomo Zucchi
Francesco Zugno
Anonymous
Miscellaneous material

ARTISTS (OTHER THAN BODMER COLLECTION)


Ercole dell'Abbate
Niccolò dell'Abbate
Agostino Veneziano
Francesco Albani
Alessandro Allori
Cristofano Allori
Albrecht Altdorfer
Alessandro Algardi
Ambrogio de Predis
Joost Amman
Andrea da Firenze
Andrea del Sarto
  Poggio a Cajano
  Paintings, miscellaneous
  Drawings
  School and followers
Cavaliere d'Arpino
Amico Aspertini
Tiziano Aspetti
Hans Baldung Grien
Alesso Baldovinetti
Agostino Busti, il Bambaia
Baccio Bandinelli
Sisto Badalocchio
Federigo Barocci
Fra Bartolommeo
Bartolommeo Veneto
Marco Basiati
Jacopo Bassano
Leandro Bassano
Girolamo Battoni
Claudio Beaumont
Domenico Beccafumi
Sebald Beham
Stefano della Bella
Jacques Bellange
Bartolomeo Bellano
Gentile Bellini
Giovanni Bellini
Jacopo Bellini
Bernardo Belotto
Gianlorenzo Bernini
Niccolò Berrettoni
Bertoldo di Giovanni
Jacob Bink
William Blake
Gerrit de Bleker
Zacharias Blijhooft
Anthonis Blocklandt
Abraham Bloemaert
Cornelis Bloemaert
Jan Boeckhorst
Ferdinand Bol
Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio
Pierre Bonnard
Francesco Bonsignori
Jeroen Bosch
Andrea Boscoli
Sandro Botticelli
François Boucher
Dirck Bouts
Salomon de Bray
Jan Brueghel
Pieter Brueghel
Agnolo Bronzino
Hans Burgkmair
Edward Burne-Jones
Giovanni Antonio Burrini
Willem Buytewech
Giuseppe Caletti
Jacopo Alessandro Calvi
Luca Cambiaso
Domenico Campagnola
Antonio Campi
Antonio Canale, il Canaletto
Simone Cantarini
Domenico Canuti
Giovanni Battistello Caracciolo
Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio
Carlo Carloni
Antonio Carneo
Girolamo da Carpi
Vittore Carpaccio
The Carracci
Eugène Carrière
Alessandro Casolani
Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione
Vincenzo Catena
Bernardo Cavallino
Paolo Morando, il Cavazzola
Giacomo Cavedone
Benvenuto Cellini
Giovanni Battista Cerbara
Michelangelo Cerquozzi
Cesare da Sesto
Alessandro Cesati
Paul Cézanne
Alfred Edward Chalon
Philippe de Champaigne
Louis Chazal
Henry Cheere
Carlo Cignani
Lodovico Cardi da Cigoli
Cima da Conegliano
Pier Francesco Cittadini
Aert Claesz van Leiden
Cornelis van Cleve
Joos van Cleve
Claude Lorrain
Charles Nicolas Cochin
Pieter Codde
Michelangelo Colonna
John Singleton Copley
Gonzales Coques
Le Corbusier
Bartolomeo Coriolano
Pietro da Cortona
Cornelis Cornelisz van Haarlem
Camille Corot
Antonio Correggio
Lorenzo Costa
John Sell Cotman
Gustave Courbet
Joost van Craesbeek
Lucas Cranach
Gaspar de Crayer
Lorenzo di Credi
Tranquillo Cremona
Giuseppe Maria Crespi
Donato Creti
Francesco Currado
Aelbert Cuyp
Jacob Gerritsz Cuyp
Salvador Dali
Daniele da Volterra
Carlo Dolci
Il Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri)
Kees van Dongen
Albrecht Dürer
Guillaume Dupré
Anthonie van Dyck
Adam Elsheimer
Jan van Eyck
Aniello Falcone
Anselm Feuerbach
John Flaxman
Govaert Flinck
Florentine school
Peter Flötner
Francesco Salvatore Fontebasso
Jean-Honoré Fragonard
Marc Antonio Franceschini
Francesco di Giorgio
Francesco Francia
Jacopo Francia
Franciabigio
Battista Franco
Domenico Maria Fratta
Caspar David Friedrich
Henry Fuseli
Thomas Gainsborough
Ubaldo Gandolfi
Domenico Gargiulo (Micco Spadaro)
Aert de Gelder
Melchior Gerardini
Lorenzo Ghiberti
Davide Ghirlandaio
Domenico Ghirlandaio
Ridolfo Ghirlandaio
Michele Giambono
Antonio Gionima
Giovanni da Bologna
Giorgione (Giorgio Barbarelli da Castelfranco)
Vincent van Gogh
Hendrick Goltzius
Jan van Goyen
Benozzo Gozzoli
Anton Graff
Daniel Gran
Francesco Granacci
Ercole Grandi
El Greco (Domenikos Theotokopoulos)
Giovanni Francesco Grimaldi
Matthias Grünewald
Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri)
Frans Hals
Gavin Hamilton
Maerten van Heemskerck
Wolfgang Heimbach
Augustin Hirschvogel
William Hogarth
Ambrosius Holbein
Hans Holbein the Elder
Hans Holbein the Younger
Theodore Matthias von Holst
Samuel van Hoogstraten
Francesco Fernandi Imperiale
Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
Jozef Israëls
Augustus John
Jacob Jordaens
Adriaen Key
William Kent
Thomas de Keyser
Paul Klee
Gustav Klimt
Oskar Kokoschka
Johann König
Philips de Koninck
Alfred Kubin
Hans von Kulmbach
Ludovico Lana
Nicolas Lancret
Giovanni Lanfranco
Pieter Lastman
Charles Lebrun
Leone Leoni
Ottavio Leoni
Jules Bastien Lepage
Leupenius
Leonardo da Vinci
Liberale da Verona
Max Liebermann
Jan Lievens
Pirro Ligorio
Filippino Lippi
Filippo Lippi
Lodovico Lombardi
Lorenzo di Credi
Lorenzo Lotto
Lucantonio degli Uberti
Lucas van Leiden
Aurelio Luini
Bernardino Luini
Benedetto Luti
Nicolaes Maes
Francesco Maffei
Sebastiano Mainardi
Karel van Mander
Edouard Manet
François Mansart
Andrea Mantegna
Mantegna and Classical Antiquity
Carlo Maratta
Jacob Martens
Marco Marziale
Masaccio
Master of the Baroncelli portraits
Master of Flémalle
Maître de Moulins
Girolamo Mazzola-Bedoli
Guido Mazzoni
Hans Memling
Franz Xavier Messerschmidt
Michelozzo di Bartolommeo
Michelangelo Buonarotti
  Medici Chapel
  Sistine chapel
    Youths and medallions
    Prophets and sibyls
    Central panels, triangles
    Ancestors of Christ
    Engravings by Adam Ghisi
  Paintings and drawings, miscellaneous
  Sculpture, miscellaneous
Michiel van Miereveldt
Anton Mirou
Miseroni family
Girolamo Mocetto
Amedeo Modigliani
Claes Moeyaert
Federico Moia
Pierfrancesco Mola
Claes Molenaer
Piet Mondrian
Claude Monet
Francesco Monti
Raffaello Monti
Antonio Moro
Henry Moore
Jean Michel Moreau
Paulus Moreelse
Moretto da Brescia
Giovanni Battista Moroni
John Hamilton Mortimer
Edvard Munch
Bartolomé Murillo
Daniel Mytens
Battista Naldini
Nardo di Cione
Aert van der Neer
Gillis Neyts
Willem van Nieulandt
Bernd Notke
Julius Oldach
Gilles Marie Oppenord
Adriaen van Ostade
Isaac van Ostade
Pacecco (Francesco de Rosa)
Michael Pacher
Jacques-Augustin Pajou
Antonio Palladio
Anthonie Palamadesz
Palma Giovane
Palma Vecchio
Bernardino Parentino
Bartolommeo Passarotti
Christoph Paudiss
Giuseppe Pedretti
Domenico Pellegrini
Giovanni Antonio Pellegrini
Luca Penni
Balthasar Permoser
Petrus Christus
Baldassare Peruzzi
Parmigianino (Francesco Mazzola)
  Paintings and drawings
  Prints
Thomas Patch
  Prints after Fra Bartolommeo
  Prints after 'Giotto'
  Prints after 'Masaccio' (Filippino Lippi)
Perugino (Pietro Vannucci)
Giovanni Battista Piazetta
Pablo Picasso
Giovanni Pichler
Pierino da Vinci
Piero della Francesca
Piero di Cosimo
Bernardino Pinturicchio
  Appartamento Borgia, Rome
  Palazzo Colonna, Rome
  Palazzo del Magnifico, Siena
  Piccolomini Library, Siena
  Miscellaneous
Giovanni Battista Piranesi
Pisanello (Antonio Pisano)
Nicola Pisano
Polidoro da Caravaggio
Antonio Pollaiuolo
Piero Pollaiuolo
Jacopo Pontormo
  Paintings
  Drawings--heads
  Drawings--single figure
  Drawings--groups
Pordenone (Giovanni Antonio de Sacchis)
Guglielmo della Porta
Paulus Potter
Frans Pourbus the Elder
Frans Pourbus the Younger
Pieter Pourbus
Nicolas Poussin
  Paintings
    Mythological, Historical, Allegorical
    Religious
    Landscape
  Drawings
    Mythological, Historical, Allegorical
    Religious
    Landscape
    Miscellaneous
  Engravings
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Mattia Preti
Andrea Previtali
Francesco Primaticcio
Domenico Puligo
Scipio Pulzoni
Pierre Puvis de Chavannes
Adam Pynacker
Jan Pynas
Henry Raeburn
Rafaellino del Garbo
Marcantonio Raimondi
Allan Ramsay
Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio)
  Tapestries and tapestry cartoons
  Farnesina
  Vatican
    Stanza della Segnatura
      Ceiling
      School of Athens
      Disputà
      Parnassus
      Justizia
    Stanza d'Eliodoro
    Stanza dell'Incendio
    Sala di Costantino
  Mythological, Historical, Allegorical
  Religious
  Portraits
  Drawings
Jan van Ravensteyn
Rembrandt van Rijn
  Drawings
  Etchings
  Paintings
Guido Reni
Auguste Renoir
Sir Joshua Reynolds
Jusepe Ribera
Andrea Riccio
W. Riger
Giovanni della Robbia
Luca della Robbia
Tommaso Rodari
Auguste Rodin
Rogier van der Weyden
Gerolamo Romanino
Giulio Romano
George Romney
Salvator Rosa
Matteo Rosselli
Antonio Rossellino
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Vicenzo de' Rossi
Rosso Fiorentino
Francesco Rosso
Hans Rottenhammer
Sir Peter Paul Rubens
  Stockholm Bacchanals
  Miscellaneous paintings and drawings
  Engravings after
Gaspare Ruina
John Michael Rysbrack
Cornelis and Herman Saftleven
Francesco Salviati
Marco San Martino
Gerolamo da Santacroce
Antonio da Sangallo
Aristotile da Sangallo
Giuliano da Sangallo
Jacopo Sansovino
Giovanni Santi
Santi di Tito
Sassoferrato (Giovanni Battista Salvi)
Roelandt Savery
Girolamo Savoldo
Martin Schaffner
Godfried Schalcken
Hans Leonhard Schäuffelein
Andrea Schiavone
Gottlieb Schick
Bartolomeo Schedoni
Thomas Scheemakers
Egon Schiele
Hans Friedrich Schorer
Hans Schüchlin
Martin Schwarz
Moritz von Schwind
Jan van Scorel
Sebastiano del Piombo
Hercules Seghers
Daniel Seiter
Jacopo Sellaio
Cesare da Sesto
Georges Seurat
Sicciolante da Sermoneta
Walter Sickert
Gregorius Sickinger
Luca Signorelli
Marie Maximilienne de Silvestre
Francesco di Simone
Elisabetta Sirani
Giovanni Andrea Sirani
Max Slevogt
Pieter Snyers
Sodoma (Giovanni Antonio Bazzi)
Giovanni Antonio Sogliani
Andrea Solario
Francesco Solimena
Virgil Solis
Giovanni Sons
Giovanni Spagna
Niccolò Spinelli
Aretineo Spinello
Massimo Stanzione
Jan Steen
Stefano da Zevio
Bernhard Strigel
Bernardo Strozzi
Pierre Subleyras
Graham Sutherland
Jörg Syrlin
Cesare Tamaroccio
Antonio Tempesta
David Teniers
Gerard Terborch
Pietro Testa
Theodoric of Prague
Sir James Thornhill
Alessandro Tiarini
Pellegrino Tibaldi
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo
Domenico Tintoretto (Domenico Robusti)
Jacopo Tintoretto (Jacopo Robusti)
  Religious paintings
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  Drawings
Titian (Tiziano Vecellio)
Toba Sojo
Torellino (Giovanni Giorgi)
Flaminio Torre
Pietro Torrigiano
Michele Tosini (Michele di Ridolfo)
Cornelis Troost
Hans Troschel
Cosimo Tura
William Turner
Turone
Paolo Uccello
Maurice Utrillo
Moses van Uyttenbroeck
Perino del Vaga
Francesco Vanni
Giorgio Vasari
Philipp Veit
Diego Velázquez
  Religious
  Gods and Myths
  Las Lanzas
  Genre
  Portraits
  Las Meniñas
  Landscape
Adriaen van de Velde
Jan van de Velde
Willem van de Velde
Adriaen van Venne
Jan Vermeer
Horace Vernet
Giovanni da Verona
Veronese (Paolo Caliari)
Antonio Verrio
Andrea Verrocchio
Jan Victors
Enea Vico
David Vinckboons
Hans Vischer
Peter Vischer
Cornelis Visscher
Vitale di Bologna
Timoteo Viti
Alvise Vivarini
Antonio Vivarini
Bartolommeo Vivarini
Simon de Vlieger
Jan Verspronck
Christian Leber Vogel
Johannes Voorhout
Maerten de Vos
Simon Vouet
Abraham de Vries
Hendrick Cornelisz Vroom
Antoine Watteau
  Paintings
  Drawings and engravings
John Webb
Jan Weenix
Gottlieb Welte
Gabriel Weyer
James Whistler
Hieronymus Wierix
Meister Wilhelm
Adam Willaerts
Jean-Georges Wille
Richard Wilson
Emanuel de Witte
Georg Andreas Wolfgang
Michael Wolgemut
Philips Wouwerman
Jan Wynants
Joachim Wtewael
Francesco Zaganelli (Cotignola)
Martin Zasinger
Bartholome Zeitblom
Andrea Zoan
Marco Zoppo
Federico Zuccari
Taddeo Zuccari
Francisco de Zurbaran


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Armenia
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  Miscellaneous
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    Cathedral
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  C, miscellaneous
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      Corbel figure A
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      Corbel figures C & D
      Corner stone
      Reliefs
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    Miscellaneous
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    King's gallery
    King's great staircase
    King's dressing room
    Presence chamber
    Prince of Wales' apartments
    Queen's gallery
    Queen's guard chamber
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    Queen Anne's bedroom
    William III's bedroom
    Miscellaneous
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    Cathedral
      General views
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      Sculpture
        Frieze, with Old and New Testament cycle
        Last Judgment and Jesse tree
        Other west front sculpture
        Capitals
        Miscellaneous
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    Town and museum
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  L, miscellaneous
  London
    Public buildings, except churches
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      British Museum
      Brookes' Club
      Chatham House
      Chelsea Hospital
      Chiswick House
      Churchill Club
      10, Downing Street
      Greenwich Hospital
      Hanover Restaurant
      Highgate
        Miscellaneous
        Cemetery
      St James's Palace
      Kensal Rise
      Kensington Palace
      12, North Audley St
      20, Portman Square
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      Royal Scottish Bank
      Soane Museum
      Somerset House
      Travellers' Club
      Treasury
    Churches
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      Christ Church Spitalfields
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      St Margaret's Westminster
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      St Paul's Cathedral
      Westminster Abbey
    Miscellaneous
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    Old and New Testament cycle
    Virtues and Vices cycle
    Majestas Domini
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    Apostles cycle
    Miscellaneous
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  Malvern
  Minehead
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  M-N, miscellaneous
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    Sheldonian Theatre
    Taylor and Randolph Buildings
  O, miscellaneous
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  Wells
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  W, miscellaneous
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    St Mary's Abbey (Sculpture)
    Miscellaneous
  X-Z, miscellaneous
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Scotland I
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Scotland II
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Wales
France
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    Notes and diagram
    West front
      General views
      Upper stories
      Left buttress—Malachi, Zachariah and Haggai
      St Firmin (north) portal
        Central pier and tympanum—life of St Firmin
        Voussoirs—angels
        Sculptures—cycle of saints
        Quatrefoils
          General views
          Zodiac cycle
          Occupations of the months
      Buttress between St Firmin and central portals—Zephaniah, Habakkuk and Nahum
      Central portal
        General views
        Central pier—Christ and David
        Door jambs—Wise and foolish virgins
        Tympanum and voussoirs—Last Judgment
        Sculptures
          Prophets—Daniel, Ezekiel, Isaiah, Jeremiah
          Apostles
        Quatrefoils
          General views
          Virtues
          Vices
          Animals
      Buttress between central and Virgin portals—Micah, Jonah and Obadiah
      Virgin portal (south)
        Central pier—the Virgin and story of Adam and Eve
        Tympanum—Death and coronation of the Virgin; O.T. figures
        Voussoirs—Ancestors of the Virgin; angels
        Sculptures—Solomon & Sheba, Herod & Magi, Annunciation, Visitation, Presentation
        Quatrefoils
          General views
          Solomon and Sheba
          Herod and the Magi
          Types of the Virgin birth
          Story of Zacharias, father of John the Baptist
          Flight into Egypt; Christ among the Doctors
      Right buttress—Amos, Joel and Hosea   
    South transept
      Portal of the Golden Virgin
        General views
        Central pier—Coronation of the Virgin
        Tympanum—life of St Honoratus
        Voussoirs—O. T. figures and stories; Apostles
        Sculptures—angels and saints
        Blind arcading
    South side
    East end
    North side
  Chartres cathedral
    Miscellaneous
    West
      General views
      Tympana and voussoirs
        Ascension
        Second Coming
        Incarnation
      Column figures
      Ornamental pillars
      Niche figures
      Ornamental shafts
      Corbels
      Stonework
      Gargoyles
      Capitals
      Angel and donkey
      Windows
      Virgin
      Life of Christ cycle
        Annunciation to Massacre of Innocents
        Presentation to Last Supper
        Betrayal to Resurrection
      Pilasters
    North
      Portal
        General
        Tympanum I: Nativity
        Voussoirs I
        Arch I
        Column figures I
        Tympanum II
        Arch II
        Trumeau II: St Anne
        Column figures II
        Tympanum III
        Voussoirs III
        Column figures III
        Arch III
        Porch piers
        Porch socles: Artes mechanicae
        Pier bases
    South
      General views
      Gargoyles
      Niche figures
      Transept columns
      Portal
        Tympanum I
        Voussoirs I
        Porch I
        Porch archivolt I
        Column figures I
        Tympanum II
        Voussoirs II
        Porch II
        Porch archivolt II
        Trumeau II
        Column figures II
        Tympanum III
        Voussoirs III
        Porch III
        Porch archivolt III
        Column figures III
        Porch piers
    East
      Doorway
      Interior
        Nave
        Transepts
        Choir
        Crypt
        Corbels
        Columns
        Capitals
    Marburg photographs and miscellaneous
  Prehistoric dolmens
  Miscellaneous architectural plans, mainly 18th century
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  Arles
  Aulnay
  Autun
  Avignon
  A, miscellaneous
  Beaulieu
  Besançon
  Bourges
  Braine
  B, miscellaneous
  Caen
  Cahors
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  La Charité-sur-Loire
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  C-D, miscellaneous
  Etampes
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  E-L, miscellaneous
  Montceaux
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    Musée de Cluny
    Notre-Dame
    Sainte-Chapelle
    Val de Grace
    Miscellaneous
  Poitiers
  M-P, miscellaneous
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  Toulouse
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  T, miscellaneous
  Versailles
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Finland
Germany
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  Coblenz
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  Eichstätt
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  E-F, miscellaneous
  Görlitz
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  Hall
  Hamburg
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  M, miscellaneous
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  N, miscellaneous
  O, miscellaneous
  P, miscellaneous
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  S, miscellaneous
  Trier
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Ghana
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Greece
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    Acropolis
      General views and plans
      Propylaea
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    Other buildings
      Theseum (Temple of Hephaestus)
      Olympieion (Temple of Olympian Zeus)
      Theatre of Dionysus—see SOCIAL LIFE Theatres
      Odeion of Herodes Atticus—see SOCIAL LIFE Theatres
      Tower of the Winds
      Monument of Lysicrates
      Kerameikos cemetery
      Churches
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        Kapnikarea
        Metropolis
        St Nicodemus
        St Theodore
      Museums
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    General views
    Holy Apostles
    Saint Caterina
    Holy David
    Saint Demetrius
    Saint Elias
    Saint George
    Maria Theotokos
    Saint Pantaleon
    Saint Parasceve
    Saint Sophia  
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  Miscellaneous
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Holland
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  Miscellaneous
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    Villa Masetti
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    Miscellaneous
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      Palazzo Strozzi
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      SS. Apostoli
      Bargello chapel
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      S. Lorenzo
      S. Marco
      S. Maria Maggiore
        Old Testament Cycle
        Christ and the Virgin cycle
        Saints
        Pope Liberius and the Foundation of S. Maria Maggiore
        Architectural views
      S. Maria Novella
      Or S. Michele
      S. Miniato al Monte
      S. Spirito
      Miscellaneous
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      Certosa
      Fiesole
      Poggio a Cajano
      Miscellaneous
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    Palazzo del Te
    Miscellaneous
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  Mascalucia
  Maser
  Matera
  Messina
  Metaponto
  Milan
    Cathedral
    S. Ambrogio
    S. Babila
    S. Eustorgio
    S. Lorenzo
    S. Maria di Celso
    S. Maria delle Grazie
    S. Satiro
    Castello Sforzesco
    Ospedale Maggiore
    Palazzo Durini
    Miscellaneous
  Modena
  Monreale
    Cathedral
      Doors
      Capitals and carved ornament
      Architecture
      Mosaics
        Old Testament cycle
        Life of Christ cycle
        Lives of saints
        Miscellaneous
  Montefiascone
  Montepulciano
  Monte S. Angelo
  Monte Soratte
  Monza
  Moscufo
  Murano
  Naples
    General views
    S. Chiara
    S. Domenico Maggiore
    S. Francesco di Paolo
    S. Maria la Nuova
    Certosa di S. Martino
    S. Severino
    Baptistery
    Churches, miscellaneous
    Castelnuovo
    Fountains and obelisks
    Surroundings
  Narni
  Naturno
  Nepi
  Nonantola
  Norba
  Orvieto
    Cathedral
    Miscellaneous
  Ostia
  Otranto
  Padua
    Odeo Cornaro
    Palazzo della Ragione
    S. Antonio
    Miscellaneous
    Eremitani
      Old Testament
      New Testament
      Saint Augustine
      Angels
      Angelic hierarchy
  Paestum
  Palermo
    General
    Palazzo Reale
      Camera di Ruggero
      Capella Palatina
        Furnishings and general views
        Mosaics
          Old Testament
          Life of Christ
          Acts of the Apostles
          Christ and the Saints
        Ceiling
    Palazzo della Cuba
    Castello della Zisa
    Cathedral
    Chiesa della Martorana
    Chiesa dei Vespri
    S. Cataldo
    S. Giovanni degli Eremiti
    Other churches, etc.
  Palestrina
  Parabiago
  Parenzo
  Parma
    S. Giovanni Evangelista
    Bertoja, Sala del Bacio
    Miscellaneous
  Pavia
    University
    S. Francesco
    S. Maria in Betlemme
    S. Maria del Popolo
    S. Maria Maggiore
    S. Michele
    S. Pietro in Ciel d'Oro
    S. Teodoro
    Certosa
    Miscellaneous
  Pennabilli
  Pentima
  Perugia
    Palazzo Municipale
    Fonte Maggiore
    S. Bernardino
    Miscellaneous
  Pescia
  Piacenza
  Pianella
  Pienza
  Pietrasanta
  Pisa
    Panoramas
    Cathedral
    Baptistery
    Camposanto
    S. Maria della Spina
    War damage, 1944
    Miscellaneous
  Pistoia
    Cathedral
    S. Andrea
    S. Bartolommeo
    S. Giovanni Fuorcivitas
    Ospedale del Ceppo
    Miscellaneous
  Pola
  Pompeii
  Ponzana Romana
  Poppi
  Prato
  Ragusa
  Randazzo
  Ravello
  Ravenna
    S. Apollinare in Classe
    S. Apollinare Nuovo
      Exterior
      Panoramas of Interior
      Life of Christ cycle
      Images of Christ and Virgin
      Prophets and Martyrs
      Mosiac depictions of architecture
    Arian baptistery
    Orthodox baptistery
    S. Vitale
    Mausoleum of Galla Placidia
    Palazzo Arcivescovile
    War damage, 1944
    Miscellaneous
  Rialta
  Rimini
    Tempio Malatestiano
    War damage, 1944
    Miscellaneous
  Rome
    Panoramas
    Capitol
    Castel S. Angelo
    Forum Romanum
    Imperial Fora
    Palatine
    Pantheon
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Temples
      Minerva medica
      Miscellaneous
    Colosseum
      Census
      Miscellaneous
    Theatres
    Tombs
    Catacombs
    Villas
      Madama
        Exterior
        Interior
      Albani
      Borghese
      Farnesina
      Medici
      Papa Giulio
      Miscellaneous
    Palaces
      Cancelleria
      Colonna
      Farnese
      Quirinal
      Rucellai
      Miscellaneous
    Fountains
    Medieval towers
    Vatican
      Raphael logge
        General views
          Old Testament and Gospels cycle
          Ceiling stucchi
          Drawings
          Pilasters
            Photos
            Engravings
      Logge of Gregory XIII
      Sistine Chapel
        General views and Michelangelo
        Walls
      Miscellaneous
    Churches
      S. Agnese in Piazza Navona
      S. Agnese fuori le Mura
      S. Agostino
      S. Andrea delle Fratte
      S. Andrea in via Flaminia
      S. Andrea in Quirinale
      S. Carlo alle Quattro Fontane
      S. Carlo al Corso
      S. Carlo Borromeo
      S. Caterina de' Funari
      S. Clemente
      SS. Cosma e Damiano
      S. Costanza
      S. Crisogono
      S. Croce in Gerusalemme
      S. Eligio degli Orefici
      S. Francesca Romana
      S. Giovanni in Laterano
      Chiesa del Gesù
      SS. Giovanni e Paolo
      S. Giovanni in Laterano
      S. Gregorio Magno
      S. Ignazio
      S. Ivo
      S. Lorenzo fuori le Mura
      S. Luca
      S. Luigi dei Francesi
      S. Marco
      S. Maria degli Angeli
      S. Maria Antiqua
      S. Maria in Aracoeli
      S. Maria in Cosmedin
      S. Maria in Domnica
      S. Maria in via Lata
      S. Maria di Loreto
      S. Maria Maggiore
      S. Maria del Popolo
      S. Maria in Trastevere
      S. Maria ... (miscellaneous)
      SS. Nereo ed Achilleo
      S. Paolo
      S. Pietro
      S. Prassede
      S. Pudenziana
      S. Pietro in Montorio (Tempietto)
      S. Saba
      S. Sabina
      S. Sebastiano
      S. Stefano Rotondo
      S. Trinità del Monte
      S. Urbano
      S. Vincenzo al Volturno
      Miscellaneous
    Miscellaneous
  Rosciolo
  Rovigo
  Ruvo
  Salerno
  San Galgano
  San Donnino
  San Gimignano
  San Leonardo
  Sta Maria Capua Vetere
  Sta Maria di Siponto
  San Marino
  Sansepolcro
  Sassuolo
  Scarnafigi
  Segesta
  Selinunte
  Seromigno
  Sessa
  Siena
    Cathedral
    Churches
    Palazzo Communale
    Miscellaneous
  Siracusa
  Solanto
  Soriano nel Cimino
  Spello
  Spezia
  Spoleto
  Stupinigi
  Subiaco
  Taormina
  Tivoli
  Todi
  Torcello
  Torre de'Passeri
  Toscanella
  Trani
  Trento
  Treviso
  Trieste
  Troia
  Turin
  Urbino
  Venice
    Views
    Palaces
    Churches
      Frari
      S. Giorgio Maggiore
      S. Maria delle Salute
      Il Redentore
      S. Zaccaria
      Miscellaneous
    Scuole
    Palazzo Ducale
      General
      Capitals
    S. Marco
      Architecture
        Exterior
        Interior
      Sculpture
        Exterior
        Main entrance
        Subsidiary entrances
        Interior
      Mosaics
        General views
        Atrium
        Domes
        Life of Christ
        Story of St Mark
        Capella S. Isidoro
        Baptistery
        Miscellaneous
  Verona
    General views
    Palaces
    Cathedral
    S. Lorenzo
    S. Bernardino, Capella Pellegrini
    Churches, miscellaneous
    San Zeno
      Reliefs
      Single sculptures
      Bronze doors
        General
        Right side
        Left side
      Portals
      Capitals
      Architecture
  Vicenza
  Viterbo
  Volterra
  Unidentified
Libya
Liechtenstein
Luxemburg
Macedonia
Malta
Mexico
Norway
Palestine--see Israel
Poland
Portugal
  Alcobaça
  Batalha
  Lisbon
  Porto
  Miscellaneous
Rumania
Russia
Spain
  Avila
  Barcelona
  Burgos
  Cordova
  Escorial
  Gerona
  Granada
  Léon
  Madrid
  Manresa
  Merida
  Monserrat
  Murcia
  Oviedo
  Pamplona
  Parma
  Poblet
  Ripoll
  Sagunto
  Salamanca
  San Cugat del Villes
  San Juan de los Abadesas
  Santiago de Compostela
  Segovia
  Santillana del Mar
  Seville
  Tarragona
  Tarazona
  Toledo
  Toro
  Tuy
  Ubeda
  Valencia
  Valladolid
  Vich
  Villanueva de Sigena
    Old Testament cycle
    Ancestors
    New Testament cycle
    Animals and decorative details
    General views
  Zamora
Sweden
  Gothenburg
  Skaane
  Stockholm
  Uppsala
  Miscellaneous
Switzerland
  Chillon
  Chur
  Sion
  Zürich
  Miscellaneous
Syria
  Baalbek
  Damascus
  Djerada
  Dura (empty)
  Mushabbak
  Qalat Simaan
  Miscellaneous
Tunisia
Turkey
  Alabanda
  Assos
  Cappadocia
  Didima
  Diyarbakir
  Ephesus
  Eski Gumus
  Konya
  Larissa
  Pergamon
  Pisidian Antioch
  Priene
  Sardis
  Trebizond
  Xanthos
  Miscellaneous
Ukraine
United States of America 
ORNAMENT


Prints
  Agostino Veneziano
  Heinrich Aldegrever
  Albrecht Altdorfer
  Joost Amman
  Berthel and Sebald Beham
  Jacob Bink
  Albrecht Dürer
  Peter Flötner
  Odoardo Fialetti
  Fontainebleau school
  Augustin Hirschvogel
  Daniel Hopfer
  Jeronimus Hopfer
  Lambert Hopfer
  Lucas van Leiden
  Marcantonio school
  Masters and monogrammists
  Israhel van Meckenem
  Georg Pencz
  Andrea Schiavone
  Martin Schongauer
  Virgil Solis
  Enea Vico
  Giovanni Giardini, Promptuarium Artis Argentariae
Incorporating figures
Atlantes
Caryatids
Grotesques
Inhabited scrolls
Putti/figure/heads
Foliage with animals/birds/snakes/monsters
Garlands/cornucopias/wreaths
Vine leaves/leaf-masks
Foliage/flowers/fruit
Shells
Geometric
  Strapwork
  General
Jewellery/goldsmiths' work
Decorated objects
  Bells on clothing
  Dishes
  Plates
  Candlesticks
  Swords
Urns/vases, etc.
Trophies
Glass
Needlework
Intarsia
Wrought iron
Manuscripts
Frames
Portals
Architectural ornament
  Miscellaneous
  Orders
  Capitals
Architectural Design

 

MANUSCRIPTS


The Manuscripts section is currently being moved. Until now manuscripts have been filed by country, town and library, but in future they will be incorporated into the rest of the collection. This process should have been completed by the end of 2005.

For now, there is a temporary iconographic section consisting of cycles which are too bulky and of too frequent occurrence to fit into the rest of the Collection without causing overcrowding. This section is arranged as follows:

GODS & MYTHS

Historia Troiana
Aeneid
Argonauts

LITERATURE

Roman de la Rose

MAGIC & SCIENCE

Astrological manuscripts
  Aratea
  Non-Aratea
Encyclopaedic manuscripts
Writing systems
Types of people
Bestiaries

RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY

Liturgical manuscripts
  Antiphonaries
  Books of Hours
  Breviaries
  Epistolaries
  Lectionaries
  Pontificals
  Psalters
  Sacramentaries
  Miscellaneous
Apocalypse
ERANOS COLLECTION OF JUNGIAN ARCHETYPES


Tree of Life
Pillar Cults
Snake Symbolism
Caduceus
Pairs of Opposites
Hermaphrodites
Hermes/Mercury: Christian Parallels
Hermes Trismegistus and Hermes Thoth
Hermes/Mercury and Alchemy
Hermes/Mercury in Greek Mythology
The Cross
Scottish Cross
Irish Cross
Ouroberos (Animal eating its own tail)
Alchemical Symbolism
Omphalos
Arthur and the Grail
The Alchemical Vessel
Chalice Symbolism
Baptismal Fonts
Baptism
Water of Life
Noah's Ark
The Night Sea Journey of the Sun
Fish Symbolism
The Fish Supper
The Lord's Supper
Bread Symbolism
The Ear of Corn
Symbolism of Mass
St Christopher
The Holy Spirit
The Unicorn
The Horned God
Hell
The Quaternity
The Trinity
The Creation of Eve from Adam's Side
The Wounds in Christ's Side
The Nativity
The Birth of the Divine Child
Western Mandalas
The Redeemer
Stages of the Passion
The Resurrection
The Crucifixion
Gnostic Gems
The Holy Knot
Mexican Symbolism
Egyptian Symbolism
Apocalypse
Manuscripts of the Staatsbibliothek in Munich
A Dante Manuscript in the Vatican
An Opicinus de Canistris Manuscript in the Vatican
Hand Symbolism
Eye Symbolism
Symbols of the Chakras and their Parallels
Anthropos
Astrological Images
Arabic Astrology
Angels
The Creation and Paradise
Pyramids and Stupas
Animal Symbolism
Dragon and Whale
Varia
The Great Mother
  Gorgo
  Anna Selbdritt
  The Annunciation
  Christian
  Etruscan
  Italian
  Cretan
  Greek
  Prehistoric
  Primitive
  Babylonian
  Phoenician
  Cypriot
  The Spindle
  Sarcophagus Symbolism
  Miscellaneous
  Greek, the Kore
  Egypt
  Mexico
  India
  Tibet
  China
  Bali
  Mater Ecclesia
Spiral and Meander
The Labyrinth
The Egyptian Sun God Ra
Helios, Greece
Mithras
Sun Symbolism, Miscellaneous
Mexican Sun God
The Crown
Hercules
Symbolism of Ancient Greece
Apollo and Daphne
Images of Gods
Masks
  Miscellaneous
  Double-faced
  Swiss
Symbolism of the American Indians
Navajo Sand-Painting
The Kabirs, Satyrs etc.
Pan, Bacchus and Silenus
The Three Magi
Ancestor Cults
  Totem Poles
  Grave vessels
  Cult vessels
Three-Headed Gods


ASIAN ICONOGRAPHY


Gods and myths
Antiquities and revivals
Literature
  Arabic, Persian, Turkish, Urdu
    Bidpai
    Al-Hariri, Maqamat
    Firdausi, Shahnameh
      Cycles
      Individual scenes
    Miscellaneous
  Sanskrit
  Chinese
  Japanese
Magic and Science
  Landscape
    With travellers
    With scholars, or people enjoying the landscape
    With people in boats
    With no people visible
  Gardens
  Plants, flowers and fruit
    Bamboo
    Camellia
    Cherry
    Chrysanthemum
    Grapevine
    Iris
    Lychee
    Melon
    Narcissus
    Orchid
    Peach
    Peony
    Plum
    Poppy
    Rose
    Miscellaneous
  Animals
    Camels and dromedaries
    Cattle and buffaloes
    Deer
    Elephants
    Horses
    Lions and tigers
    Monkeys
    Squirrels
    Miscellaneous
  Birds
    Cranes and egrets
    Ducks
    Hawks (including eagles)
    Mynah birds (grackles)
    Pheasants
    Poultry
    Miscellaneous
  Snakes
  Fish and crustaceans
  Writing and calligraphy
  Technology
  Medicine
  Astronomy, astrology and cosmology
  Topography
  Seasons, months etc.
  Weather
  Rivers
  Monsters
Secular Iconography
  Tomb figures
  Miscellaneous
Portraits
  Rulers
    Turkey
    Persia
    Central Asia
    India
      Mughal Emperors
        Akbar
        Jahangir
        Shah Jahan
        Aurangzeb
        Miscellaneous
      Sultans and Rajas
      Miscellaneous
    China
      Kublai
      Taizu
      Yongzheng
      Qianlong
      Miscellaneous
  Poets and poetesses
  Scholars
  Officials
  Military officers
  Female, miscellaneous
  Male, miscellaneous
History
  Universal
  Near Eastern
  Iranian—see ASIAN LITERATURE, Shahnameh
  Indian
  Chinese
  Japanese
Social Life
  Drama
  Masks
  Dance
  Music
    Miscellaneous
    Ragamala
      Asavari Ragini
      Bhairava Raga
      Devandhar Ragini
      Gauri Ragini
      Kedara Ragini
      Lalit Ragini
      Sri Raga
      Todi Ragini
      Vilavali Ragini
      Miscellaneous
  Court life
  Games
  Netsuke
  Education
  Scholars and philosophers
  Travel
  Fishing
  Domestic life
  Domestic objects
  Carpets
  Pots, vessels etc.
  Still life
  Drinking
  Eating
  Banquet scenes
  Pastimes
  Boats
  Warriors
  Bath
  Single nudes in erotic/voyeuristic contexts
  Love-making
  Lovers
  Courtesans
  Miscellaneous
Ornament
  Nineteenth- and twentieth-century art
Religions
  Buddhism
    The lives of the Buddha
      Cycles, previous lives, infancy
        Cycles
        Dipankara-Jataka
        Mahila-Mukha Jataka
        Chaddanta-Jataka
        Jataka of the dove
        Syama-Jataka
        Visvantara-Jataka
        Queen Maya's dream
        The Bodhisattva in the Tushita heaven
        Birth of the Bodhisattva
        Bath of the Bodhisattva
        Birth of Kanthaka and Chandaka
        The return from the Lumbini garden
        Horoscope of the Bodhisattva
        The writing lesson
      Adolescence to enlightenment
        The marriage of Siddhartha and Yashodara
        The luxury of prince Siddhartha
        Prince Siddhartha's martial feats
        The slaying of the elephant
        The first meditation
        The sleep of the women
        The flight from Kapilavastu
        The exchange of clothes
        Kanthaka and Chandaka leave the Bodhisattva
        The emaciated Bodhisattva
        The offer of grass
        Homage of the Naga Kalika
        The approach to the Bodhi tree
        The attack of Mara
        The temptation
      After the enlightenment
        The offer of the four bowls
        The offering of the two merchants
        The offer of honey by monkeys
        The offer of the garment of rags
        The invitation to preach
        The sermon in the deer park
        The entry into Rajagriha
        Indra visits the Buddha
        Conversion of Atavika
        The delivery of Jyotishka
        The barking of the white dog
        The offering of dust
        The conversion of Angulimala
        Submission of the Naga Apalala
        The Naga Elapatra
        The conversion of Kashyapa
        The story of Ananda
        The nursling of the dead woman
        The ordination of Nanda
        A bull licks the Buddha's feet
        The miracle of Sravasti
        Makandika offers his daughter
        Offer of Amrapali's mango grove
        The invitation of Srigupta
        Devadatta's attempts to kill the Buddha
        Mahaparinirvana (the death of the Buddha)
        The Buddha's coffin
        The cremation of the Buddha
        The guarding of the relics
        Distribution of the relics
        Transportation of the relics
      Unidentified scenes
    Devotional images
      The Buddha teaching
      Adoration of the Buddha (in human form)
      Adoration of the Buddha (in symbolic form)
      The Buddha's footprint
      Standing Buddha
      Seated Buddha
      Buddha heads
      Adi-Buddha
        Vajradhara
        Vajrasattva
      Buddhas (other than Sakyamuni)
        Akshobhya
        Amitabha
        Amitayus
        Bhaisajyaguru
        Maitreya
        Padmasambhava
        Vairocana
        Miscellaneous
      Bodhisattvas  
        Avalokiteshvara
        Guanyin
        Ksitigarbha
        Manjushri
        Manjuvara
        Samantabhadra
        Vajrapani
        Miscellaneous
      Deities
        Chakrasamvara—see Samvara
        Hariti and Panchika
        Hayagriva
        Hevajra
        Jambhala
        Kalachakra
        Kurukulla
        Lokapalas
        Mahakala
        Palden Lhamo
        Prajnaparamita
        Samvara
        Shri Devi
        Simhavaktra
        Tara
        Ushnishavijaya
        Vaishravana—see Jambhala
        Vajradhara—see Adi-Buddha
        Vajrasattva—see Adi-Buddha
        Vajrakila
        Vajravidarana
        Vighnantaka
        Yakshas and Yakshis
        Yama
        Yamantaka
        Miscellaneous
      Heaven
      Disciples of the Buddha, yogis, monks etc.
        Arhats (Lohan, Rakan)
        Bodhidharma
        Mahasiddhas
          Kukkuripa
          Virupa
          Miscellaneous
        Milarepa
        Lamas
        Monks and abbots
      Devotional objects
      Miniature stupas
      Religious objects
      Animals and monsters
        Nagis and Nagas
        Garuda abducting Nagis/Nagas
        Lion riders
        Half-animal, half-human figures
        Miscellaneous
      Miscellanea
        Unidentified human heads
        Miscellaneous human figures
        Comparative material
        Fragments of human figures
        Inscriptions
        Hugo Buchthal notes/correspondence
        Miscellaneous
        Stupas
          Sanchi
          Bharhut
          Amaravati
  Hinduism
    Epics
      Bhagavata Purana
      Mahabharata
      Ramayana
    Deities
      Groups
      Individual
        Apsaras, devatas, celestial dancers etc.
        Bhavani
        Brahma
        Devi
        Durga
        Ganesha
        Garuda
        Hanuman
        Indra
        Kali
        Kamadeva
        Karttikeya
        Krishna
          Cycles
          Single figure
            As an infant
            With Radha
            With Rukmini
            With the gopis
            Lifting Mt Govardhana
            As Shrinathji
            As a cosmic diagram
          Miscellaneous
        Kubera
        Lakshmi
        Parvati
        Rama
        Sarasvati
        Shiva
          Single figure
          Dakshinamurti, the Great Teacher
          Dancing
          Shivalingams
          Miscellaneous
        Skanda
        Surya
        Vishnu
          Cycles
          Single figure
            With Lakshmi and Sarasvati
            With Lakshmi, without Sarasvati
            On the serpent Ananta
            Araha, with boar’s head
            Narasimha, man-lion
          Miscellaneous
        Miscellaneous
      Miscellaneous
        Saints, ascetics, yogis etc.
        Festivals
        Pilgrimage
          Miscellaneous
  Jainism
  Indian folk religions
  Islam
  Zoroastrianism & Mazdaism
  Daoism
    The eight immortals
      Cycles
      Cao Guojiu
      Han Xiangzi
      He Xiangu
      Lan Caihe
      Li Tieguai
      Lu Dongbin
      Zhang Guolao
      Zhongli Quan
    Deities
      Guandi
      Liu Hai
      Shoulao
      Miscellaneous
    Miscellaneous
  Chinese religions
    Confucianism
    Spirits and demons
    Miscellaneous
  Japanese religions
  Christianity
Afghanistan
  Begram
    Ivories
    Glass, bronze etc.
    Site photos
    Duplicates
    Otto Kurz material
    Unsorted
  Fondukistan
  Hadda


NON-EURASIAN ICONOGRAPHY

Africa
  Divination 
  Animals
  Types of people
  Commemorative figures
  Figures commemorating twins (ibeji)
  Rulers
  Ambassadors and dignitaries
  Equestrian figures
  Standing female figures
  Standing male figures
  Seated figures
  Female figures, half-length 
  Male figures, half-length  
  Standing figures of indeterminate/indeterminable gender
  Couples
  Mother and child
  Heads  
  ‘Dolls’
  Masks
  Helmet masks and headdresses
  Dancers and acrobats
  Musical instruments
  Musicians
  Hunters
  Stools, chairs and thrones
  Fishing
  Smoking
  Jewellery
  Cutlery
  Containers
  Headrests
  Warriors and warfare
  Staffs
  Power figures  
  Reliquary figures
  Votive figures
  Miscellaneous
Oceania
  Madagascar
  Indonesia
  Melanesia
    Male figures
    Female figures
    Mother and child
    Figures of dual/indeterminate/indeterminable gender
    Male and female figures, together
    Hook figures
    Modelled skulls, etc.
    Mythical/personal narratives
    Animals, fish, birds
    Masks, helmet masks, headdresses
    Votive images
    False vaginas
    Spirit poles
    Orators’ pulpits
    Headrests
    Drums and other musical instruments
    Canoe decorations and paddles
    Splash boards
    Gope/commemorative boards
    War/dance shields
    Weapons
    Staffs/staff finials
    Thrones
    Regalia
    Tools
    Ladders
    Containers
    Combs
    Ornaments
  Micronesia
  Polynesia
  Australia
  America
    North America
    New Mexican folk art
    Mesoamerica
      Deities
        Axe deities
        Chak
        God G III
        Hero Twins
        K’awiil (God K)
        God L
        Maize God
        Moon Goddess
        Paddler Deities
        Scribe God
        Sun God
        The Vision Serpent
        Miscellaneous
      Human figures and figurines, miscellaneous
        Babies, baby-faced figures etc.
        Humans with divine attributes
        Mortuary figures
        Warriors
        Miscellaneous
      Non-human imagery
        The Ball Game
        Animals
        World Tree
        Temples
        Incense burners
    South America
  Non-Eurasian Christian art


MENIL ARCHIVE: THE IMAGE OF THE BLACK IN WESTERN ART


Egypt
  Sculpture
  Reliefs and paintings of the 18th Dynasty
  19th-20th dynasties
  Erment
  Late periods
  Kushite
  Abydos
  Graeco-Roman/Coptic
Classical Antiquity
  Terracotta
  Vases
    Painted
    Heads
    Relief decoration
  Sculpture
    Stone
    Bronze
  Lamps
  Frescoes and Mosaics
  Mosaic--North Africa
  Jewels
Byzantine art
Manuscripts
  From the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris
  Chronologia Magna
  Abreviamen de las Estorias
Medieval--other media
14th century, miscellaneous
Spain, 13th-14th centuries
Spain and Portugal, 15th-16th centuries
Bohemia and Germany, 15th century
Germany  
  15th-16th centuries
  17th-18th centuries
Italy
  14th century
  15th century (1)
  15th century (2)
  late15th – early 16th century 
  16th century, first half
  16th century, second half (1)
  16th century, second half (2)
   Veronese
   Venice after Veronese
  17th century. Narrative subjects (1)
  17th century. Narrative Subjects (2)
  17th century. Narrative subjects (3)
  17th century. Secular, non-narrative (1)
  17th century. Secular, non-narrative (2)
  Stefano della Bella
Burgundy and Low Countries, 15th century
Low Countries, 16th century
Flanders
  17th century. Narrative subjects
  17th century. Misc
  Rubens (1)
  Rubens (2)
  Jordaens
Netherlands
  1585—
  17th century. Narrative subjects (1)
  17th century. Narrative subjects (2)
  17th century. Non-Narrative subjects (1)
  17th century. Non-Narrative subjects (2)
  Brasil/Maurice of Nassau
  Frans Post (1)
  Frans Post (2) 
France
  1400-1450
  1450-1600
  17th century
Miscegenation
Latin America
  Brunias
  Maurice Rugendas
    Voyage pittoresque dans le Brésil
    Paintings
    Drawings
    Lithographs
  Jean-Baptiste Debret
  16th-18th centuries
  End of the 18th century
  19th century
  Antilles
Abolition
  1789-1800
  1800-1840
  1840-1850
  1850-1861
  1861-1867
  1867-1890
  1890-1900
  Stedman
  Toussaint Louverture and San Domingo, Haiti
  Prints
19th century
  Europe
    Specific artists
      Chasseriau
      Delacroix
      Fromentin
      Dehodencq
      Gérôme
      Cordier
      Carpeaux
      Muller
      Lewis
      Buchser
      Laethier
    Miscellaneous
      1800-1818
      1818-1830
      1830-1860
      1860-1880
      1880-1900
    Orientalism
      1830-1860
      1860-1870
      1870-1880
      1880-1890
      1890-1899
    Africanism
      Miscellaneous
      South Africa
    Great Britain
      Brangwyn
      Before 1850
  United States
    West
    Copley
    Trumbull
    Saint-Gaudens
    Wood
    Walker
    Henry
    Ward
    Hoffman
    Mount
    Johnson
    Fuller
    Homer
    Prints
      Miscellaneous
      Nast
    Portraits of servants
    Portraits
    Caricature
    1700-1830
    1830-1850
    1850-1860
    1861-1865
    1865-1885
    1885-1900
20th century
  Paul Colin, Le Tumulte Noir
  Europe
    1900-1915
    1916-1929
    1930-1999
    Not dated
  Africanism
    1900-1915
  United States
    A-G
    H-Q
    R-Z
Heraldry
  Armorial universal du héraut Gelre
  Armorial de Bellenville
  Armorial Charolois
  Armorial Uffenbach
  Ulrich Richental, Das Konzil zu Konstanz
  Miscellaneous
  Tobacco
  Coats of Arms
Voyages
  Cavazzi, Missione evangelica al regno del Congo
  1508-1576
  1577-1599
  Theodore de Bry
  1605-1677
  1680-1688
  Grasset de St Sauveur
  1800-1899
The four continents
  Up to 1585
  1585-1600
  1600-1634
  1635-1650
  1651-1665
  1666-1679
  Versailles
  1800-1999
  Bonnart prints
Adoration of the Magi
  Dated
    Before 1500
    1500-1524
    1525-1615
    1616-1699
  Germany
    1600-1899
    Artists
    Anonymous
      Virgin at left
      Virgin at centre
      Virgin at right
  Low Countries
    15th century
    15th-16th centuries
    Flanders
      16th-17th centuries
      17th-19th centuries
      Sculpture
      Antwerp
    Holland
      16th-19th centuries
  France
  Spain
    16th century
    17th-18th centuries
  Portugal
  Italy
    15th-16th centuries
    16th century
    17th century
    18th-19th centuries
    White king, black servant
Shakespeare
Astrology
Festivals
  1500-1649
  1650-1699
  Dresden
    Before 1630
    After 1630
Decorative Arts
  Miscellaneous
  Ceramics
  Cameos
  Tapestries
  Busts
  Crèches
  Clocks
  19th-20th centuries 
  Black Heads (Riga)
Religious Themes
  Passion of Christ
  Miracle of the Black Leg (Sts Cosmas and Damian)
  Baptism of the Ethiopian Eunuch
  Saint Benedict the Moor, of Palermo
  Saint Maurice
    1240-1450
    1450-1490
    End of the 15th century--Halle
    1490-1520
    1600-1899
    Miscellaneous
  Baptismal missions
Satire

FOLIO


Mainly, but not exclusively, enlargements made for exhibition purposes.

MICROFICHES


Marburger Index of German art (Fiches 1 - 4800 only)
Ruland/Raphael collection

INDICES


Index of Subjects
This follows the order of the collection, and serves as a cross-reference; it also provides an  iconographical index for the Manuscripts

Author/Title/Content Index to Manuscripts & Printed Books

Index of Manuscripts 
For locating MS. illustrations in the iconographically-arranged section

Index by Artists and Media
Only original photographs are recorded

Marion Stancioff Index of Symbolism in Early Cultures

G. F. Hill, Index of mottoes; Index to biographies of portraits before 1600

M. B. Trapp, Index of engraved series of portraits of Cardinals (book in the Library)

Mrs.Florence Alksnis, Index of Saints

Index of Saints and their Attributes

Index of Warburg Institute negatives