Sculpture
 
Wax relief carving of the bust of a man, facing to the right
Pierre-Jean David d'Angers
1831
A bronze circular medal.  The sitter is L'Abbé de Lamennais, he is seen in profile from his right side.  He has a full head of hair and and wears a high collared jacket with a scarf.
Pierre-Jean David d'Angers
1831
A bronze sculpture of an angel.  The angel stands upright with wings stretched behind it, the right pointer figure is pointing out and the angel glances downward.
Jean [Jehan] Barbet
1475
A bronze sculpture of Antonio Galli.  His eyes are facing straight ahead, he has curly hair and is bearded. He wears a carefully detailed costume, which features a brocaded doublet, stiff collar framing a ruffled shirt, and woven buttons.
Federico Brandani
1561–62
Bronze sculpture of crouching Atlas supporting globe with triangular base
Severo da Ravenna
late 16th century
A marble bust of the Beatrice of Aragon.  Her hair is neatly wrapped behind her head, and her eyes are semi-closed.
Francesco Laurana
1471−74
Bronze sculpture of a man wearing a hat while riding a bronco, that is rearing on its hind legs.
Frederic Remington
1919
A bronze bust of a jurist.  He looks out slightly to his right, his hair is thinning at the top and he has a mid-length wavy haired beard.
Danese Cattaneo
1540
A marble bust of a lady. The sitter's eyes are semi-closed and her hair is parted in the middle pulled up neatly at the back of her head.  There are reliefs carved into the bottom of the sculpture.
Francesco Laurana
ca. 1470s
A marble sculpture bust of a lady, perhaps Mrs. Mary Robinson.  She has long curly hair, that is gathered in a ponytail over her right shoulder.  She wears a ruffled blouse and has a monogram hanging from her neck with the letters M and R.
John Charles Lochee
1775–90
Terracotta bust of a young girl.  She wears a bonnet with ribbons and flowers, she is looking down to her right.
Jean Hubert
ca. 1700−99
Marble bust of a young girl.  Her head and eyes are tilted downward, she has her hair twisted in three sections that meet at a bun in the back of her head.
Jacques François Joseph Saly
19th century
Andrea del Verrocchio
15th century
A marble bust of Henry Clay Frick.  He is looking to his right and is bearded. He wears a suit with a vest and tie.  A pocket square is peeking out of a pocket on his left side.
Malvina Hoffman
1922
Bronze candlestick featuring intricate motifs throughout.
Gasparo Macri
16th century
Bronze candlestick featuring intricate motifs throughout.
Gasparo Macri
16th century
Bronze casket with protruding head in the middle at the back and various intricate motifs throughout.  There is a crest in the center with two putti at either side on the lid.
Italian
16th century
Marble sculpture of the Comtesse du Cayla.  Her windswept hair is gathered at the top of her head in a large bouffant and pinned with leaves.  Her head is turned to her left, and she is wearing a sleeveless blouse with vine leaves draped over her right shoulder and across her chest.
Jean-Antoine Houdon
1777
Terracotta sculpture of three nymphs supporting a clock.  There are two nude female figures, one of them is clothed in a gauzy fabric dress.  They each have their arms raised above them and seem to be dancing while looking up at a circular orb that contains a clock.
Claude Michel, called Clodion
1788
A bronze sculpture of David. He is looking down, his left hand is on his left hip and his left foot sits on top of Goliath's severed head.
Severo da Ravenna
late 15th century to early 16th century
A bronze sculpture of David.  He is looking down and has a bag strapped across his body.  His left arm rests on his left hip and he holds a sword in his right hand, which is pointing down toward Goliath's severed head.
Italian
late 15th to 17th century
A tinted plaster sculpture of Diana.  She stands on the ball of her left foot, her right foot is extended behind her.  She looks to the right and holds a bow in her left hand, her right hand is positioned as if holding an arrow which is no longer part of the sculpture.
Jean-Antoine Houdon
before 1793
A terracotta sculpture of Diana.   She stands on the ball of her left foot, her right foot is extended behind her.  She looks to the right and holds a bow in her left hand, her right hand is positioned as if holding an arrow which is no longer part of the sculpture.
Jean-Antoine Houdon
1776−95
Bronze sculpture of Eve.  She is standing upright and is fully nude, her left arm is stretched out to her side and her head is turned to her left, she is gazing downward at the apple in her left hand.  She holds a second apple in her right hand.
Gabriel Grupello
1700–05
Bronze sculpture of a faun with arms raised playing the flute, which is no longer part of the piece, except for a small fragment in the left hand.
Vittore Gambello, called Camelio
early 16th century
A bronze sculpture of a female figure with a cornucopia.  Her head is turned to her right and she cradles a golden cornucopia in her left arm.
Venetian, Middle of the Sixteenth Century
ca. 1550
A bronze sculpture of a female figure with a cornucopia.  Her head is turned to her left and she cradles a golden cornucopia in her right arm.
Venetian, Middle of the Sixteenth Century
ca. 1550
A marble sculpture of Fidelity crowning Love.  Love looks up at Fidelity who is elevated a bit higher than Love.  Fidelity holds roses in her left hand, which is outstretched over Love's head, and a crown in her right hand, which rests by her side.  A dog is at their feet, looking up at the scene.
Étienne-Maurice Falconet
ca. 1760
A bronze firedog with a figure of Jupiter.  He has his left hand up to his chest, and has curly hair and a long beard.  There is an eagle at his feet, his right foot is propped on top of it.
Venetian, Late Eighteenth or Early Nineteenth Century
1775–1825