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European Art in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

European Art in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

Works of Art (31)

Andromache and Astyanax, 1814–24, Pierre-Paul Prud'hon (French), completed by Charles Boulanger de Boisfrémont (French), Oil on canvas (25.100.14)
Andromache and Astyanax, ca. 1798, Pierre-Paul Prud'hon (French), Pen and gray ink with brush and brown wash over traces of black chalk (1999.348)
Architect's table, ca. 1780–95, David Roentgen (German, 1743–1807), Oak, mahogany, walnut, pine, and cherry, veneered with mahogany; gilt bronze, brass, iron, steel; partially tooled and gilded leather; Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution (Inv. no. 1952-160-1) (L.2009.19)
Berlin secretary cabinet, 1778–79, 1786, David Roentgen (German, 1743–1807), Oak, pine, walnut, mahogany, cherry, and cedar, veneered with curly maple, burl maple and mahogany (both stained), and with marquetry in maple (partially stained), hornbeam, apple, walnut, mulberry, tulipwood, and rosewood; ivory, mother-of-pearl, gilt bronze, brass, steel, iron, and silk (L.2013.15.1)
The Billiard Room, Nicolas-Antoine Taunay (French), Oil on wood (1982.60.49)
Clock, ca. 1780–90, Workshop of David Roentgen (German); Movement attributed to Elie Prudhomme, German; Neuwied, Oak, pine mahogany; brass and gilt-bronze mounts, enamel (2002.237)
David Roentgen and Company in Saint Petersburg, 1784–86, Johann Friedrich Anthing (German, ca. 1753–1805), Cut paper, ink, watercolor, gold foil (48.73.1)
Eagle Attacking a Fish (one of five medallions from a coffret), ca. 1110–30, Conques, France, Gilt copper and champlevé enamel (17.190.689)
Fables, 1802, Author: Jean de La Fontaine (French), Illustrator: Charles Percier (French), Publisher: Pierre Didot the Elder (French), Printed book with engraved headpiece illustrations (67.703)

Harlequin table, ca. 1760–65, Abraham Roentgen (German, 1711–1793), Oak, pine, walnut, rosewood, and mahogany, veneered with rosewood, tulipwood (stained), pearwood (stained); ivory, mother-of-pearl; gilt bronze, brass, and iron (L.2013.15.2)
Longcase clock, ca. 1774–75, David Roentgen (German, 1743–1807), Oak, veneered with maple, burl woods, holly, hornbeam (all partially stained), and other woods; mother-of-pearl; gilt bronze and brass (1975.101)
Lunar-Shaped Ring Bezel and Grotesque Figures, ca. 1620–30, Noël Rouillard (French), Blackwork and engraving (42.40.1[1])
María Teresa (1638–1683), Infanta of Spain, 1651–54, Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish), Oil on canvas (49.7.43)
Mercury in a Decorative Frame with Grotesques, ca. 1600–1630, After Adriaen Collaert (Netherlandish, ca. 1560–1618), Blackwork and engraving (23.101.4)
The Mourning of Pallas, Anne-Louis Girodet-Trioson (French), Pen and brown ink, brush and gray and brown wash, heightened with white (1996.567)
Oeuvres de Jean Racine, 1801, Author: Jean Racine (French), Illustrators: Pierre-Paul Prud'hon (French); Jean-Guillaume Moitte (French); Anne-Louis Girodet-Trioson (French); Nicolas-Antoine Taunay (French); Antoine Denis Chaudet (French); Francois Gè (French), Engraver: Jean Baptiste Michel Duprèel (French), Printed book with engraved illustrations (58.635.1(1))

Oeuvres de Jean Racine, 1801, Author: Jean Racine (French), Illustrators: Pierre-Paul Prud'hon (French); Jean-Guillaume Moitte (French): Anne-Louis Girodet-Trioson (French); Nicolas-Antoine Taunay (French); Antoine Denis Chaudet (French,); Francois Gèrard, called Baron Gèrard (French), Engraver: Jean Baptiste Michel Duprèel (French), Publisher: Pierre Didot the Elder (French), Printed Book with engraved illustrations (58.635.1(2))

Opera, 1799, Author: Horace, (Roman), Illustrator: Charles Percier (French), Publisher: Pierre Didot the Elder (French), Printed book with engraved headpiece illustrations (32.28)

Ornament Print with Schweifwerk and Two (Allegorical?) Figures, ca. 1615–20, Esaias von Hulsen (Dutch), Blackwork and engraving (2012.55)
Oval case decorated in Schweifwerk, ca. 1614–19, Jacques Hurtu (French), Blackwork and engraving (39.95.5)
Oval Print with Birds, Insects, and Fruits, ca. 1620, Claes Jansz Visscher (Dutch), copy after Hertzog von Brin (German), Blackwork (56.500.114)
Oval table, ca. 1774–80, David Roentgen (German, 1743–1807), Oak, walnut, pine, cherry, cedar, and maple, veneered with maple, hornbeam, holly (all partially stained), cherry, mahogany, tulipwood, and other woods; gilt bronze, iron, brass, steel; partially tooled and gilded leather (58.75.39)
Pendant Shaped Like a Beetle with a Couple and a Young Man Playing an Instrument, 1619, Jean I Toutin (French), Blackwork and engraving (23.84.15)
Portraits of an Elderly Woman and an Elderly Man, 1775–80, Roentgen Manufactory, Partially stained marquetry in maple, hornbeam, beech, boxwood, and other woods, frame in mahogany, picture backing in cherry; gilt bronze, brass, and iron (L.2013.15.3a–b)
Rolltop desk, ca. 1776–79, David Roentgen (German, 1743–1807), Oak, cherry, pine, mahogany, veneered with maple, burl woods, holly, hornbeam (all partially stained), tulipwood, mahogany, and other woods; mother-of-pearl; partially gilded and tooled leather; gilt bronze, iron, steel, brass, and partially gold-lacquered brass (41.82)
Rolltop desk, ca. 1780, David Roentgen (German, 1743–1807), Oak, pine, walnut, cherry, tulipwood, and mahogany (later drawers), veneered with maple, hornbeam (both partially stained), tulipwood, burl wood (stained), mahogany, holly, walnut, and other woods; gilt bronze, brass, steel, and iron; marble; partially tooled and gilded leather (58.75.55)
Small Motifs of Insects and Plants, 1596, Georg Herman (German), Blackwork and engraving (42.86.4[8])
Sofa, ca. 1762–64, Abraham Roentgen (German, 1711–1793), Walnut, beech, oak, veneered with walnut and birch (partially stained and painted with colored washes); green silk (replacement) (L.2007.20)
Square Design in Silhouette Style with Schweifwerk and Grotesque Figures, 1617, Esaias von Hulsen (Dutch), Made in Stuttgart, Germany, Blackwork (32.123.11)
Tea chest, ca. 1750–55, Abraham Roentgen (German, 1711–1793), Oak, cedar, veneered with rosewood; brass, iron, and steel (1999.147)
Vertical Panel with a Man and Woman, ca. 1631, Hans Janssen (Dutch), Blackwork and engraving (47.108.11[2])