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Apse
Apse from San Martín at Fuentidueña
Date: ca. 1175–1200
Medium: Limestone
Accession Number: L.58.86
The Virgin and Child in Majesty and the Adoration of the Magi
Attributed to the Master of Pedret
(Spanish, Catalonia, 12th century)
Date: ca. 1100
Medium: Fresco, transferred to canvas
Accession Number: 50.180a-l
Virgin and Child in an Apse
Copy after Robert Campin
(Netherlandish, ca. 1480)
Date:
Medium: Oil on canvas, transferred from wood
Accession Number: 05.39.2
St Peter's apse, exterior niche section and details (recto) St Peter's apse, exterior niche elevation and profiles of details (verso)
Drawn by Anonymous, French, 16th century
Date: early to mid-16th century
Medium: Dark brown ink, black chalk, and incised lines
Accession Number: 49.92.12
St. Peter's, apse, exterior niche details (recto) St Peter's, apse, exterior niche elevation and profile of scrolled console, elevation of column shaft (verso)
Drawn by Anonymous, French, 16th century
Date: early to mid-16th century
Medium: Dark brown ink, black chalk, and incised lines
Accession Number: 49.92.42
Pendant Brooch with Cameo of Enthroned Virgin and Child and Christ Pantokrator
Date: late 11th–12th century (cameo); 12th–14th century (mount)
Medium: Chalcedony cameo; gold mount with pearls, emeralds, garnets, sapphires, and a sardonyx intaglio
Accession Number: 2007.9
Apse of the Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul, Troyes
John Taylor Arms
(American, Washington, D.C. 1887–1953 New York)
Date: 1929
Medium: Intaglio
Accession Number: 42.21.51
Design for the Decoration of the Semi-Dome of a Church Apse.
Workshop of Battista Franco
(Italian, Venice ca. 1510–1561 Venice)
Date: ca. 1545–55
Medium: Pen and brown ink, brush and gray wash, over black chalk and ruling in black chalk
Accession Number: 2008.178.6
Apse of a Church Seen Through the Snowy Branches of a Tree
Anthonie Waterloo
(Dutch, Lille 1609–1690 Utrecht)
Date: 17th century
Medium: Black chalk, gray wash, heightened with white, on blue paper
Accession Number: 2005.418.28
St. Peter's, attic, window, elevation (recto) St. Peter's, apse, plan; window, cornice, elevation profile; arch frame, elevation profile (verso)
Drawn by Anonymous, French, 16th century
Date: early to mid-16th century
Medium: Dark brown ink, black chalk, and incised lines
Accession Number: 49.92.22
St. Peter's, apse, partial elevation (recto) blank (verso)
Drawn by Anonymous, French, 16th century
Date: early to mid-16th century
Medium: Dark brown ink, black chalk, and incised lines
Accession Number: 49.92.45
St. Peter's, apse, window, elevation (recto) Unidentified, portal, elevation (verso)
Drawn by Anonymous, French, 16th century
Date: early to mid-16th century
Medium: Dark brown ink, black chalk, and incised lines
Accession Number: 49.92.89
Saint Peter's, apse, exterior elevation (recto) blank (verso)
Drawn by Anonymous, French, 16th century
Date: early to mid-16th century
Medium: Dark brown ink, black chalk, and incised lines
Accession Number: 49.92.91
The Apse of Notre-Dame, Paris
Charles Meryon
(French, 1821–1868)
Date: 1854
Medium: Etching with engraving and drypoint on laid paper; fourth state of nine
Accession Number: 57.531.5
The Apse of Notre-Dame, Paris
Charles Meryon
(French, 1821–1868)
Date: 1854
Medium: Etching with engraving and drypoint on laid paper; fourth state of nine
Accession Number: 67.630.25
The Apse of Notre-Dame, Paris
Charles Meryon
(French, 1821–1868)
Date: 1854
Medium: Etching with engraving and drypoint on laid paper; fourth state of nine
Accession Number: 67.630.26
The Apse of Nôtre-Dame, Paris
Charles Meryon
(French, 1821–1868)
Date: 1854
Medium: Etching with engraving and drypoint on laid paper; fourth state of nine
Accession Number: 29.107.103
Chevet de St. Martin-sur-Renelle (The apse of the Church of St. Martin-sur-Renelle, Paris, after Langlois)
Charles Meryon
(French, 1821–1868)
Date: 1860
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 17.78.26
The Apse of Notre-Dame, Paris
Charles Meryon
(French, 1821–1868)
Date: 1854
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 17.3.414
Facsimile of the Apse Painting in Tomb 25, Bagawat Necropolis, Kharga Oasis
Charles K. Wilkinson
Date: A.D. 2nd century or later
Medium: Tempera on paper
Accession Number: 30.4.227
Exterior Apse of Church of Saint-Nectaire
Eugène Isabey
(French, Paris 1803–1886 Lagny)
Date: 1831
Medium: Lithograph in black on light gray chine collé laid down on ivory wove paper; second state of two
Accession Number: 22.85.8
The Battle between Christians and Moors at El Sotillo
Francisco de Zurbarán
(Spanish, Fuente de Cantos 1598–1664 Madrid)
Date: ca. 1637–39
Medium: Oil on canvas
Accession Number: 20.104
Apse Mosaic, San Clemente, Rome
John Singer Sargent
(American, Florence 1856–1925 London)
Date: 1868–69
Medium: Watercolor, gouache, and graphite on off-white wove paper
Accession Number: 50.130.83g
Study for the Decoration of an Apse: Saints and Angels in Glory with God the Father Above
Belisario Corenzio (Italian
(born Greece), Achaea 1558–1646 Esperia, Lazio)
Date: 1590–1646
Medium: Brush, blue and brown wash, highlighted with white, over a little black chalk, on beige paper
Accession Number: 63.76.2
Figures in One of Michelangelo's Niches on the Apse of St. Peters, Rome
Hubert Robert
(French, Paris 1733–1808 Paris)
Date: ca. 1763
Medium: Red chalk. Framing lines in pen and brown ink.
Accession Number: 1972.118.229
Christ Presenting The Keys to Saint Peter and The Law to Paul
Date: 1150–1200
Medium: Elephant ivory
Accession Number: 1979.399
San Zaccaria, Venice
Thomas Struth
(German, born Geldern, 1954)
Date: 1995
Medium: Chromogenic print
Accession Number: 1996.297
The Young David Playing the Harp
Michelangelo Anselmi (Italian, Siena or Lucca
(?) 1492–1556 Parma)
Date: ca. 1548–50
Medium: Black chalk, brush and gray wash, on blue paper, squared in pen and brown ink
Accession Number: 61.123.2
Christ at the Column
Delli brothers
(Florentine, active Spain, 1430s–60s)
Date: ca. 1440–70
Medium: Pen with brown and black carbon ink, brush with gray wash, watercolor, and gouache on parchment; inscriptions in brown ink of a different type
Accession Number: 2004.137
Virgin Suckling the Child
Netherlandish (Antwerp) Painter
(ca. 1520)
Date:
Medium: Tempera and gold on linen
Accession Number: 45.170.1
Apse from San Martín at Fuentidueña
Date: ca. 1175–1200
Accession Number: L.58.86
The Virgin and Child in Majesty and the Adoration of the Magi
Attributed to the Master of Pedret
(Spanish, Catalonia, 12th century)
Date: ca. 1100
Accession Number: 50.180a-l
Virgin and Child in an Apse
Copy after Robert Campin
(Netherlandish, ca. 1480)
Date:
Accession Number: 05.39.2
St Peter's apse, exterior niche section and details (recto) St Peter's apse, exterior niche elevation and profiles of details (verso)
Drawn by Anonymous, French, 16th century
Date: early to mid-16th century
Accession Number: 49.92.12
Pendant Brooch with Cameo of Enthroned Virgin and Child and Christ Pantokrator
Date: late 11th–12th century (cameo); 12th–14th century (mount)
Accession Number: 2007.9
Apse of the Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul, Troyes
John Taylor Arms
(American, Washington, D.C. 1887–1953 New York)
Date: 1929
Accession Number: 42.21.51
Design for the Decoration of the Semi-Dome of a Church Apse.
Workshop of Battista Franco
(Italian, Venice ca. 1510–1561 Venice)
Date: ca. 1545–55
Accession Number: 2008.178.6
Apse of a Church Seen Through the Snowy Branches of a Tree
Anthonie Waterloo
(Dutch, Lille 1609–1690 Utrecht)
Date: 17th century
Accession Number: 2005.418.28
St. Peter's, attic, window, elevation (recto) St. Peter's, apse, plan; window, cornice, elevation profile; arch frame, elevation profile (verso)
Drawn by Anonymous, French, 16th century
Date: early to mid-16th century
Accession Number: 49.92.22
St. Peter's, apse, partial elevation (recto) blank (verso)
Drawn by Anonymous, French, 16th century
Date: early to mid-16th century
Accession Number: 49.92.45
St. Peter's, apse, window, elevation (recto) Unidentified, portal, elevation (verso)
Drawn by Anonymous, French, 16th century
Date: early to mid-16th century
Accession Number: 49.92.89
Saint Peter's, apse, exterior elevation (recto) blank (verso)
Drawn by Anonymous, French, 16th century
Date: early to mid-16th century
Accession Number: 49.92.91
The Apse of Notre-Dame, Paris
Charles Meryon
(French, 1821–1868)
Date: 1854
Accession Number: 57.531.5
The Apse of Notre-Dame, Paris
Charles Meryon
(French, 1821–1868)
Date: 1854
Accession Number: 67.630.25
The Apse of Notre-Dame, Paris
Charles Meryon
(French, 1821–1868)
Date: 1854
Accession Number: 67.630.26
The Apse of Nôtre-Dame, Paris
Charles Meryon
(French, 1821–1868)
Date: 1854
Accession Number: 29.107.103
Chevet de St. Martin-sur-Renelle (The apse of the Church of St. Martin-sur-Renelle, Paris, after Langlois)
Charles Meryon
(French, 1821–1868)
Date: 1860
Accession Number: 17.78.26
The Apse of Notre-Dame, Paris
Charles Meryon
(French, 1821–1868)
Date: 1854
Accession Number: 17.3.414
Facsimile of the Apse Painting in Tomb 25, Bagawat Necropolis, Kharga Oasis
Charles K. Wilkinson
Date: A.D. 2nd century or later
Accession Number: 30.4.227
Exterior Apse of Church of Saint-Nectaire
Eugène Isabey
(French, Paris 1803–1886 Lagny)
Date: 1831
Accession Number: 22.85.8
The Battle between Christians and Moors at El Sotillo
Francisco de Zurbarán
(Spanish, Fuente de Cantos 1598–1664 Madrid)
Date: ca. 1637–39
Accession Number: 20.104
Apse Mosaic, San Clemente, Rome
John Singer Sargent
(American, Florence 1856–1925 London)
Date: 1868–69
Accession Number: 50.130.83g
Study for the Decoration of an Apse: Saints and Angels in Glory with God the Father Above
Belisario Corenzio (Italian
(born Greece), Achaea 1558–1646 Esperia, Lazio)
Date: 1590–1646
Accession Number: 63.76.2
Figures in One of Michelangelo's Niches on the Apse of St. Peters, Rome
Hubert Robert
(French, Paris 1733–1808 Paris)
Date: ca. 1763
Accession Number: 1972.118.229
Christ Presenting The Keys to Saint Peter and The Law to Paul
Date: 1150–1200
Accession Number: 1979.399
San Zaccaria, Venice
Thomas Struth
(German, born Geldern, 1954)
Date: 1995
Accession Number: 1996.297
The Young David Playing the Harp
Michelangelo Anselmi (Italian, Siena or Lucca
(?) 1492–1556 Parma)
Date: ca. 1548–50
Accession Number: 61.123.2
Christ at the Column
Delli brothers
(Florentine, active Spain, 1430s–60s)
Date: ca. 1440–70
Accession Number: 2004.137
Virgin Suckling the Child
Netherlandish (Antwerp) Painter
(ca. 1520)
Date:
Accession Number: 45.170.1
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