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The Arch of Titus and the Forum, Rome
French Painter
(early 19th century)
Date: ca. 1824–35
Medium: Oil on canvas
Accession Number: 2003.42.32
[Roman Arch at Orange]
Édouard Baldus
(French, born Prussia, 1813–1889)
Date: 1851
Medium: Salted paper print from paper negative
Accession Number: 1990.1127
Design for a City Gate in the Shape of a Triumphal Arch with a Tall Central Arch Topped with a Pediment, from Desseins d'Arc de Triomphe, part of Œuvres du Sr. D. Marot
Daniel Marot the Elder
(French, Paris 1661–1752 The Hague)
Date: published 1703 or 1712
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 30.4(115)
Vertical Panel with Alternating Green Arches with Gold Linework and Gold Arches with Purple Cinquefoils
Anonymous, French, 20th century
Date: ca. 1910–1929
Medium: charcoal, gouache and gold paint
Accession Number: 64.503.21
View of the Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine from the Palatine
Charles Rémond
(French, Paris 1795–1875 Paris)
Date: ca. 1822–24
Medium: Oil on paper, laid down on canvas
Accession Number: 2003.42.48
Title Plate with Triumphal Arch Topped with a Crowned Obelisk, from Desseins d'Arc de Triomphe, part of Œuvres du Sr. D. Marot
Daniel Marot the Elder
(French, Paris 1661–1752 The Hague)
Date: published 1703 or 1712
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 30.4(112)
Design for a Double Triumphal Arch with an Equestrian Statue Under a Pediment on the Upper Story, from Desseins d'Arc de Triomphe, part of Œuvres du Sr. D. Marot
Daniel Marot the Elder
(French, Paris 1661–1752 The Hague)
Date: published 1703 or 1712
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 30.4(120)
Design for a City Gate in the Shape of a Triumphal Arch with Two Square Pavillions, from Second Liure d'Arc de Triomphe et Porte de Ville, part of Œuvres du Sr. D. Marot
Daniel Marot the Elder
(French, Paris 1661–1752 The Hague)
Date: published 1703 or 1712
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 30.4(119)
Arched Harp (shoulder harp)
Date: ca. 1390–1295 B.C.
Medium: Wood
Accession Number: 43.2.1
Doorway
Date: ca. 1450–1500
Medium: Limestone
Accession Number: 34.21.9
Narbonne Arch
Date: ca. 1150–75
Medium: Marble
Accession Number: 22.58.1a
Design for a Triumphal Arch with Three Passageways and an Equestrian Statue on a Pedestal Above the Central Opening, from Desseins d'Arc de Triomphe, part of Œuvres du Sr. D. Marot
Daniel Marot the Elder
(French, Paris 1661–1752 The Hague)
Date: published 1703 or 1712
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 30.4(114)
Carved Stucco Panel from Between Two Arches
Date: 10th century
Medium: Stucco; molded and carved
Accession Number: 40.170.440
Fragment with an Arch and a Gemmed Cross
Date: 5th–6th century
Medium: Linen, wool
Accession Number: 2002.239.16
A circular well placed under an arched opening in a wall, the bucket attached to a rope hanging from a wheel fixed to the arch, from Small Wells, plate 13
after Hans Vredeman de Vries
(Netherlandish, Leeuwarden 1527–1606 (?) Antwerp (?))
Date: ca. 1574
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 48.13.4(19)
View of an excavation, with an arch at center, from Les Plus Beaux Monuments de Rome Ancienne ou Recueil des plus beaux Morceaux de l'Antiquité Romaine qui existent encore
Possibly by Jean Barbault
(French, Viarmes 1718–1762 Rome)
Date: 1761
Medium: Engraving
Accession Number: 52.519.87(103)
Design for a Stage Set: Triumphal Arch with Fountains in the Side Niches and the View of a Boat through the Arch
Anonymous, Italian, Piedmontese, 18th century
Date: 1700–1780
Medium: Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, traces of lead point. Scale in pen and brown ink at bottom of the drawing
Accession Number: 65.654.62
View of the arches of the consuls Dolabella and Silanus enclosed within the Neronian arches of the Acqua Claudia, from the series 'Roman Antiquities' (Le Antichità Romane)
Giovanni Battista Piranesi
(Italian, Mogliano Veneto 1720–1778 Rome)
Date: 1756
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 2012.136.294
The so-called Temple of Janus. [Arch of Janus Quadrifrons.] A. So-called / Arch of Argentari [or Money-changers]..., from Vedute di Roma (Views of Rome), part I
Giovanni Battista Piranesi
(Italian, Mogliano Veneto 1720–1778 Rome)
Date: ca. 1750–78
Medium: Etching; second state of four (Hind)
Accession Number: 41.71.1.16(53)
View of the Arches of the Consuls Dolabella and Silanus enclosed within the Neronian Arches of the Acqua Claudia..., from Le Antichità Romane (Roman Antiquities), tome 1, tavola 25, figure 1
Giovanni Battista Piranesi
(Italian, Mogliano Veneto 1720–1778 Rome)
Date: published 1756–57
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 41.71.1.1(47)
[4 Stereographic Views of Wash. Cent. Arch, Dewey Arch, and Lincoln Monument, New York City]
Various, American
Date: 1850s–1910s
Medium: Photographs
Accession Number: 2007.457.3482–.3485
The Arch of Titus and the Forum, Rome
French Painter
(early 19th century)
Date: ca. 1824–35
Accession Number: 2003.42.32
[Roman Arch at Orange]
Édouard Baldus
(French, born Prussia, 1813–1889)
Date: 1851
Accession Number: 1990.1127
Design for a City Gate in the Shape of a Triumphal Arch with a Tall Central Arch Topped with a Pediment, from Desseins d'Arc de Triomphe, part of Œuvres du Sr. D. Marot
Daniel Marot the Elder
(French, Paris 1661–1752 The Hague)
Date: published 1703 or 1712
Accession Number: 30.4(115)
Vertical Panel with Alternating Green Arches with Gold Linework and Gold Arches with Purple Cinquefoils
Anonymous, French, 20th century
Date: ca. 1910–1929
Accession Number: 64.503.21
View of the Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine from the Palatine
Charles Rémond
(French, Paris 1795–1875 Paris)
Date: ca. 1822–24
Accession Number: 2003.42.48
Title Plate with Triumphal Arch Topped with a Crowned Obelisk, from Desseins d'Arc de Triomphe, part of Œuvres du Sr. D. Marot
Daniel Marot the Elder
(French, Paris 1661–1752 The Hague)
Date: published 1703 or 1712
Accession Number: 30.4(112)
Design for a Double Triumphal Arch with an Equestrian Statue Under a Pediment on the Upper Story, from Desseins d'Arc de Triomphe, part of Œuvres du Sr. D. Marot
Daniel Marot the Elder
(French, Paris 1661–1752 The Hague)
Date: published 1703 or 1712
Accession Number: 30.4(120)
Design for a City Gate in the Shape of a Triumphal Arch with Two Square Pavillions, from Second Liure d'Arc de Triomphe et Porte de Ville, part of Œuvres du Sr. D. Marot
Daniel Marot the Elder
(French, Paris 1661–1752 The Hague)
Date: published 1703 or 1712
Accession Number: 30.4(119)
Arched Harp (shoulder harp)
Date: ca. 1390–1295 B.C.
Accession Number: 43.2.1
Doorway
Date: ca. 1450–1500
Accession Number: 34.21.9
Narbonne Arch
Date: ca. 1150–75
Accession Number: 22.58.1a
Carved Stucco Panel from Between Two Arches
Date: 10th century
Accession Number: 40.170.440
Fragment with an Arch and a Gemmed Cross
Date: 5th–6th century
Accession Number: 2002.239.16
A circular well placed under an arched opening in a wall, the bucket attached to a rope hanging from a wheel fixed to the arch, from Small Wells, plate 13
after Hans Vredeman de Vries
(Netherlandish, Leeuwarden 1527–1606 (?) Antwerp (?))
Date: ca. 1574
Accession Number: 48.13.4(19)
Design for a Stage Set: Triumphal Arch with Fountains in the Side Niches and the View of a Boat through the Arch
Anonymous, Italian, Piedmontese, 18th century
Date: 1700–1780
Accession Number: 65.654.62
The so-called Temple of Janus. [Arch of Janus Quadrifrons.] A. So-called / Arch of Argentari [or Money-changers]..., from Vedute di Roma (Views of Rome), part I
Giovanni Battista Piranesi
(Italian, Mogliano Veneto 1720–1778 Rome)
Date: ca. 1750–78
Accession Number: 41.71.1.16(53)
[4 Stereographic Views of Wash. Cent. Arch, Dewey Arch, and Lincoln Monument, New York City]
Various, American
Date: 1850s–1910s
Accession Number: 2007.457.3482–.3485
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