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Works of Art (12)

Arch with Running Vines, Leaves, and Fruit, 500–600, Byzantine; Said to be from the Monastery of Apa Apollo, Bawit, Egypt, Limestone (29.9.2a-v)
Architectural Ensemble from a Jain Meeting Hall, last quarter of 16th century, India, Gujarat, Patan, Teak with traces of color (16.133,1,2)
The Burial of Punchinello, ca. 1800, Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo (Italian, Venetian), Pen and brown ink, brown and yellow wash, over black chalk (1975.1.473)
Chapter House, 12th century, French, Aquitaine; from the Cistercian abbey of Notre-Dame at Pontaut, south of Bordeaux. Limestone brick, and plaster (35.50)
Design for a "Corinthian Hall" by G. Leoni: From The Architecture of A. Palladio in Four Books (vol. 1, book 2, plate XXVIII), 1715, Author: Andrea Palladio (Italian, 1508–1580), Engraver: Bernard Picart (French), Editor: James (Giacomo) Leoni; Translator: Nicholas Dubois, London: Printed by John Watts for the author Giacomo Leoni, 1715, (41.100.169.28)
From the El, 1915, Paul Strand (American), Platinum print) (49.55.221)
Funerary Stela with Architectural Frame, 500–700, Byzantine; Probably from Armant, Egypt, Limestone with red, green, and black paint (36.2.6)
Keystone from a Vaulted Ceiling, ca. 1220–1230, Crusader; From Castle Montfort/Starkenberg, Limestone (28.99.1)
The Miracle of Christ Healing the Blind, possibly ca. 1570, El Greco (Domenikos Theotokopoulos) (Greek), Oil on canvas (1978.416)
Narbonne Arch, 12th century, French, Marble (22.58.1a)
Portal from the Church of San Leonardo al Frigido, ca. 1170–1180, Italian; Made in Tuscany, White Carrara marble, grayish marble (62.189)
[Roman Arch at Orange], 1851, Édouard Baldus (French, born Prussia), Salted paper print from paper negative (1990.1127)