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Rembrandt van Rijn
The Ship of Fortune
Gift of Carl Fredric Clarke
Broken disc with image of Apollo (in classically inspired drapery and holding a lyre) sitting on a winged horse. Apollo further identified be words Poetry and Music written above and below the figures, respectively. Larson 2/7/18&nbsp;<br />
Ulysses Ricci
Poetry and Music
early 20th century

Girolamo Mocetto
The Calumny of Apelles
Museum Purchase

Domenico Maria Canuti
Divine Wisdom and Human Wisdom
1675 – 1685
Gift through the Estate of Edward Sonnenschein

David Claypoole Johnston
Untitled (Allegorical Figures, Apollo, and Mercury Presenting Bounty to America)
1799 – 1865
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Irving Levitt

Julian Weir
Allegorical Figure for Chicago World's Fair Columbian Exposition
Gift of Gilbert M. Frimet
Two figures dominate the image with little reference to setting other than a low horizon line and some pebbles in the lower left. A man stands tothe lelft wearing simple tradesman&#39;s clothes; in his right hand he holds a ladle and another cooking implement. A knife in its sheath hangs at his waist. On his left shoulder stands a bird wtih wings open that is facing the man. To the right is a woman with a headdress and veil and cloak wrapped over one shoulder and in front of her.
Albrecht Dürer
The Cook and his Wife
1496 – 1497
Museum Purchase

Study for a Ceiling with Allegorical Figures (recto); Architectural sketch (vers
1567 – 1599
Purchased from the Estate of Edward Sonnenschein

Georges Rouault (French (culture or style))
Miserere. Pl. 12. Le dur métier de vivre... It is hard to live...
Museum Purchase

Palma il Giovane
Ceiling Sketch with Allegorical and Mythological Figures
1544 – 1628
Museum Purchase

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
Vari Capricci. No. 8. Death Giving Audience
Museum Purchase
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