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The Roman emperor Vespasian sits in an interior receiving a document from a standing figure to the right of the composition.  The emperor is dressed in a white robe and sits on a red chair to the left of the composition.  The interior is largely dark, with the exception of the emperor, whose figure is brightly lit.<br />The painting is in the original frame, which is constructed to resemble a Roman Temple with base, entablature, and fluted ionic pilasters.
Lawrence Alma-Tadema
Vespasian hearing from one of his generals of the taking of Jerusalem by Titus
1866
Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund
2004/2.143
View of an unfurnished room, whose walls are decorated with pilasters.
Walker Evans (American (North American))
Breakfast Room at Belle Grove Plantation, White Chapel, Louisiana
1935
Museum purchase made possible by the W. Hawkins Ferry Fund
2002/2.233
In the foreground, a group of several figures, dressed in graeco-roman clothing, surround a man lying in bed. The setting has classical architectural components such as columns and pediments and a large stone sundial in the upper left corner. The figures are painted in bright colors (blue, white, gold and red) but the rest of the composition is painted in muted colors (gray, brown, dark green). Most figures are gazing up at the sundial.
Bertholet Flemal (Flemish (culture or style))
The Illness and Cure of Hezekiah
1651
Museum Purchase
1973/1.708
An ink drawing in shades of gray with very exact detailing of objects and architectural elements in the scene. It shows the interior of a Roman house with sunlight streaming into an open courtyard with a fountain. The stone fountain has a square basin supported by a pedestal and a standing nude sculpture above it. One wall of the courtyard is decorated with floral designs and two figural scenes. A small bush is growing in a dirt area of the floor and there are two large vessels against the wall. Two figures are standing in a colonnade to the left of the courtyard. One is a woman dressed in a toga who is looking at a man dressed in a short sleeved tunic. The decorations of the floor, walls and ceiling depict ancient classical designs such as ascanthus leaves, meander and scroll patterns and the roof tiles have floral plume decorations and lion's head spouts.
Eugène Viollet-le-Duc
Interior of a Pompeiian Home with Figures (The Impluvium)
1873
Museum Purchase
1976/2.20
People inside their home that has been destroyed by a flood.
Leonard Freed (American (North American))
Couple Inside Their Flood Damaged Home, Wilkes-Barre, PA, USA
1972
Gift of Thomas Wilson '79 and Jill Garling '80
2014/2.328
This print shows a line-drawing of a room with an oddly proportioned, stiffly posed women in the center of it. She wears a dress with red, green, yellow, and blue trim, high heeled shoes and a multi-colored hat. There are decorative tiles on the lower part of the wall, a black and white portrait hangs on the left side, and a colorful painting hangs on the center of the wall. Two small dogs, one black and one white, stand to the left of the woman. To the left of the dogs is a stand with a vase and plant.
Saul Steinberg (American (North American))
Portrait of R
1970
Gift of the Marvin Felheim Collection
1983/1.220
Interior view of Pennsylvania Station in Manhattan.
Berenice Abbott (American (North American))
Penn Station, Interior, Manhattan
1935 – 1939
Gift of Mrs. Ursula R. Freimarck through the Friends of the Museum of Art
1971/2.127
The circular room’s ceiling is painted with a sky motif populated by cupids; the room also features ornamental mouldings above four windows that depict musical instruments, and busts on pedastals are placed between the windows. A large number of well-dressed men and women sit while a group of musicians in the center of the room perform on a piano, flutes, cellos, a harp, and other stringed instruments. The print is framed by an ornamental border, and a stretch of tasseled fabric below the scene contains a title and a coat of arms.<br /><br /><u>Marks/Inscriptions:</u><br />
In plate, l.c.: Le Concert / A Madame La Comtesse de Saint Brisson; and l.r.: Par son très humble et très obéissant / Serviteur Duclos In plate, in lower margin, l.l.: Dessiné par Aug. de St. Aubin. Graveur du Roi; abd l.c.: A Paris chés Chereau Graveur rue St. Jacques près les Mathurins / Avec Privilége du Roi; and, l.r.: Gravé par A.J. Duclos<br /><br />
Collector's mark on verso: DB.W enclosed in a rectangle. (Copied onto sheet in objec
The Concert
1773
Museum Purchase
1956/1.53
The circular room’s ceiling is painted with a sky motif populated by cupids; the room also features ornamental mouldings above four windows that depict musical instruments, and busts on pedestals are placed between the windows. A large number of well-dressed men and women sit while a group of musicians in the center of the room perform on a piano, flutes, cellos, a harp, and other stringed instruments. The print is framed by an ornamental border, and a stretch of tasseled fabric below the scene contains a title and a coat of arms.
Le Concert / Au Madame la Comtesse de Saint Brisson
1773
Gift of Professor Walter M. and Nesta R. Spink
2011/2.210
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