• Michiel van der Voort


  • Massimiliano Soldani-Benzi

    Castor and Pollux

  • Lorenzo Bartolini

    ‘The Forbes of Pitsligo Vases’, with Corresponding Plinths

  • Domenico di Bartolomeo Ubaldini, known as il Puligo

    Madonna and Child, c. 1525

  • Roman late 1st century A.D./first half of the 2nd century A.D.

    Funerary Altar of Claudius Hyllus

  • Nicholas Stone

    A set of four English alabaster swans

  • Benedetto Buglioni

    Saint Jerome in the Wilderness, c. 1510-15

  • Lorenzo Ghiberti

    Madonna and Child

  • The Master of the Budapest Abundance

    Allegory of Abundance

  • Wilhelm Schubert van Ehrenberg

    View of the interior of the Basilica of St. Peter's, Rome

  • Francesco Righetti

    Monumental cast of an important antique cinerary urn in the Vatican Museum, circa 1805

  • Gilles-Lambert Godecharle

    Bust of Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592) French Renaissance philosopher and essayist

  • Florentine, 16th century


  • Giovacchino Fortini

    Bust of a Nobleman in Armour

  • Massimiliano Soldani-Benzi

    Ganymede and the Eagle, circa 1714

  • Giacomo Raffaelli

    Important pietra dura marble table top, on a bronze and cast iron base

  • Giovanni Francesco Susini

    The Farnese Bull

  • Jean Honoré Fragonard

    Landscape with Brigands attacking travellers

  • Pieter Isaaczs

    Madonna and Child with Adoring Saints and God the Father

  • Bartholomeus Spranger

    Jupiter and Antiope, c. 1600

  • 17th century, after a model by Adriaen de Vries

    The Rape of a Sabine Woman

  • Bartholomeus Spranger

    St. Mary Magdalene

  • Hans von Aachen

    Portrait of Adriaen de Vries, wearing a white ruff and a black doublet, half length

  • Italian

    Important pair of large carved Egyptian Porphyry vases and covers

  • Florentine, c. 1500

    Seated Lion, probably after the Marzocco of Florence

  • Antonio Susini

    Equestrian Portrait of Carlo Emanuele I, Duke of Savoy

  • Ptolemaic, early 2nd century B.C.

    Head of Prince Ptolemy V Epiphanes (203 - 181 B.C.)