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Dying Slave

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Date: 1513 - 1516
Creator: Buonarroti, Michelangelo
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Saint Anne with the Christ Child, the Virgin, and Saint John the Baptist

Description: The painting depicts St. Anne seated at the right with the Christ child in her lap. The Virgin stands at St. Anne's left elbow and St. John the Baptist kneels to the side in front and a lamb lies at St. Anne's feet.
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Date: 1511~
Creator: Baldung, Hans
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Eleanora di Toledo

Description: A seated woman with folded arms, one hand gloved, is dressed in heavily decorated gown.
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Date: 1560~
Creator: Bronzino, Agnolo
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The Temptation of Saint Anthony

Description: Fantastical landscape with figures. The palette is predominately greens, blues, and browns.
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Date: 1550/1575
Creator: Bruegel, Pieter, I (follower of)
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A Prince of Saxony

Description: A young man with golden hair, red coat, and a small wreath-like crown is depicted in this portrait.
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Date: 1517~
Creator: Cranach, Lucas, the elder
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Wawel Head: Man in a Net Bonnet

Description: The sculpted and polychrome wooden head is that of a man with a beard and mustache and wearing a hat with a flower emblem.
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Date: 1531/1535
Creator: Tauerbach, Sebastian
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The Flight into Egypt

Description: Woman wearing a decorated cape and holding a child rides a donkey being led by a man. The trio is in the foreground with landscape in the middle and distant grounds. The story depicted is the Flight into Egypt from the Bible.
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Date: 1500~
Creator: Carpaccio, Vittore
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A Young Woman with her Little Boy

Description: An elegant woman wearing a heavily decorated and embellished red gown is depicted with her arm around a young boy. The woman wears a gold cap around her hair. The background is a heavy green drapery.
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Date: 1540~
Creator: Bronzino, Agnolo
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Danaë

Description: Painting depicting Danaë.
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Date: 1545
Creator: Titian
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Le istitutioni harmoniche

Description: This is a 1562 copy of "Le istitutioni harmoniche," one of the most influential music theory treatises written by Gioseffo Zarlino. The first edition appeared in Venice in 1558. The treatise, divided in four parts, includes theoretical and practical elements of music. The first two parts discuss philosophical, cosmological and mathematical aspects of music, Greek tonal system and tuning. The third and fourth parts cover the rules of counterpoint and modes, respectively. This copy bears a dedication to Vicenzo Diedo. It contains a table of contents per chapter and list of corrections. Several handwritten annotations appear on the t.p. ink: "coll: cochi nuoi soc: Jesù;" "exdono Joannis Jerary;" and "Inscriptet catalog."
Date: 1562
Creator: Zarlino, Gioseffo, 1517-1590.
Partner: UNT Music Library

Yu Garden (Yuyuan): Garden View

Description: Characteristic elements in Chinese gardens: water, trees, rocks & buildings, and changes in elevation are visible in this view. Rock formations in the background with a pagoda structure.
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Date: 1559/1577
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