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The front (obverse) of the medal presents a profile portrait of a bearded man wearing a cassock, cap, and stole. The reverse depicts a bridge spanning a river. A winged figure flies above the bridge blowing a trumpet, while a nude male figure reclines below the bridge in the foreground and a wolf nurses at his feet. Inscriptions run around both the border edge of both sides of the medal.
Nicolas-François Chéron
Pope Clement IX (obverse), and the Ponte Sant' Angelo (reverse)
1669
Museum Purchase
1984/1.284
An angel, holding a scepter in his left hand and making a gesture of speech with his right, interrupts the Virgin at her reading. She kneels on the floor and rests her left hand on an open book placed atop a lectern. A vase with a flowering lily sits on the floor between the angel and the Virgin and a small white dove encircled by a halo hovers between them. The scene unfolds within an elaborate and richly decorated interior that includes a chair and canopied bed in the background.
Artist Unknown, Antwerp School, Belgium
Annunciation
1515 – 1525
Gift of Prof. and Mrs. Charles H. Sawyer
1992/1.135
This marble statue depicts a standing male figure, who holds a closed book in his left hand and makes what appears to be a gesture indicating speech with his right. The curls of his flowing beard and long hair are echoed in the gentle curving folds and undulating edges of his long robe and mantle. He turns his head downward and to his left
Belgian
Apostle
1350 – 1360
Museum Purchase
1957/2.3
This dish features a recessed center with a central boss decorated with a rosette design. The recessed area and rim are painted with floral motifs and leaf designs arranged in concentric rings.
Moorish (Moorish)
Dish with Floral Motifs
17th century
Transfer from the College of Architecture and Design
1972/2.120
This elegant self-portrait depicts a half-length figure of a man in three-quarters profile with his left arm resting on a stone ledge. The somber colors of his garb, consisting of a white shirt with a dark robe, is offset by luxurious details: the fur collar of his robe, the black ribbon and gold chain around his neck, the embroidered collar and cuffs of his shirt, and the three rings on his right hand. Two pink carnations appear on the ledge before him.
Bartholomäus Bruyn, the Elder (German (culture or style))
Self-Portrait with carnations
1520 – 1530
Museum Purchase
1963/2.43
This figure of Christ wears a volumnious mantle and strides forcefully forward with his left leg. His hands, now broken off, once held either a cross-staff or a globe while he made of gesture of blessing with the other. His robe appears to have originally been gilded and then painted over with red to impart his garment with a lustrous quality.
German
Standing Christ
1470 – 1480
Transfer from the College of Architecture and Design
1972/2.55
A standing, bearded figure of St. Christopher, broken off at the knees, holds the Christ child on his right shoulder while leaning upon a staff in his left hand. The child, whose head is encircled by a halo, wears a long cloak over his robe and rests his left hand upon an orb in his lap. The red and brown polychromy is a later addition.
English
St. Christopher carrying the Christ Child
15th century
Museum Purchase
1961/1.178
This carved bone sculpture depicts John the Evangelist in profile with his hands held before him, bowing his head in mourning. A male figure wearing a knee-length robe stands on the right and holds a club in his left hand. A second male figure appears behind the saint in a similar pose of grief.
Embriachi Workshop, Venice, Italy
The Mourning St. John the Evangelist with two male figures (fragment of a crucifixion from a portable altarpiece)
1395 – 1405
Presented in memory of Rosalie Eisenberg
1966/1.108

Hieronymus Hopfer
A Soldier Killing a Naked Man
1530
Museum Purchase made possible by the Friends of the Museum of Art
1983/1.376
A powerfully muscled nude man sits astride a fearsome sea creature. He grasps an oar in his left hand and the beast's reins in his right, while a cloth billows out behind him. A variety of humanoid creatures frolic in the seascape in the background.
Hendrick Goltzius
Oceanus (from a Series of 6 Mythological Figures)
1589 – 1590
Museum Purchase
1960/2.36

Italian
Historiated Initial 'O' with St. John the Baptist
14th century
The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection
1969/2.42
This sculpture represents an angel bending slightly toward the left with his head tilted downward. Carved slots in his back would have held his wings, and the figure has lost his forearms and hands as well as his legs below the knees.
French
Angel
1295 – 1305
Gift of the Friends of the University of Michigan Museum of Art for the Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection
1969/2.157
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