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Diana and Cupid
Pompeo Batoni
(Italian, Lucca 1708–1787 Rome)
Date: 1761
Medium: Oil on canvas
Accession Number: 1982.438
Portrait of a Young Man
Pompeo Batoni
(Italian, Lucca 1708–1787 Rome)
Date: ca. 1760–65
Medium: Oil on canvas
Accession Number: 03.37.1
Three Nude Male Figures; Study of the Right Hand of the Figure on the Left
Pompeo Batoni
(Italian, Lucca 1708–1787 Rome)
Date: 1708–87
Medium: Red chalk
Accession Number: 1975.131.5
Allegory in Honor of Pope Benedict XIV
Pompeo Batoni
(Italian, Lucca 1708–1787 Rome)
Date: ca. 1745
Medium: Red chalk, highlighted with white, on beige paper
Accession Number: 1973.156
Bust-Length Study of a Child
Pompeo Batoni
(Italian, Lucca 1708–1787 Rome)
Date: 1708–87
Medium: Black chalk, hightlighted with white chalk, on blue-gray paper
Accession Number: 1998.178
Maria Luisa of Parma (1751–1819), Later Queen of Spain
Laurent Pécheux
(French, Lyons 1729–1821 Turin)
Date: 1765
Medium: Oil on canvas
Accession Number: 26.260.9
The Fall of Simon Magus
attributed to Anonymous, Italian, first half of the 18th century
Date: 18th century
Medium: Red chalks on beige paper
Accession Number: 66.77
Diana and Cupid
Pompeo Batoni
(Italian, Lucca 1708–1787 Rome)
Date: 1761
Accession Number: 1982.438
Portrait of a Young Man
Pompeo Batoni
(Italian, Lucca 1708–1787 Rome)
Date: ca. 1760–65
Accession Number: 03.37.1
Three Nude Male Figures; Study of the Right Hand of the Figure on the Left
Pompeo Batoni
(Italian, Lucca 1708–1787 Rome)
Date: 1708–87
Accession Number: 1975.131.5
Allegory in Honor of Pope Benedict XIV
Pompeo Batoni
(Italian, Lucca 1708–1787 Rome)
Date: ca. 1745
Accession Number: 1973.156
Bust-Length Study of a Child
Pompeo Batoni
(Italian, Lucca 1708–1787 Rome)
Date: 1708–87
Accession Number: 1998.178
Maria Luisa of Parma (1751–1819), Later Queen of Spain
Laurent Pécheux
(French, Lyons 1729–1821 Turin)
Date: 1765
Accession Number: 26.260.9
The Fall of Simon Magus
attributed to Anonymous, Italian, first half of the 18th century
Date: 18th century
Accession Number: 66.77

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