Filtering by Tag: Unacknowledged Museum of Gay Art
4 ganymedes (second by canova)+david & jonathan (rembrandt)+bacchus+3 graces(canova)+hermaphrodites - hermitage, st petersburg
Archeological Museum, Istanbul: Hermaphrodite + Alexander, the Great + Alexander, the Great + Hephaestion
wallace collection, london
unfortunately london's national gallery does not allow photography.
Hermaphrodite, second half of third century A.D.
Museo di Scultura Antica Giovanni Barracco, Rome.
Memorial to Homosexuals Persecuted Under Nazism
Elmgreen and Dragset, Berlin, 2008.
Freedom is not given to you — you have to take it.
Unfortunately they did not allow photography at the retrospective I saw today of her. I got those two over the Internet.
'The Death of Sappho,' Gustave Moreau, 1872 @ Collection Scharf-Gerstenberg
Diana at Charlottenburg Palace
Altes Museum (Greek-Roman sculpture) + Alte Nationalgalerie (fishermen and orange picker). Berlin, today,
Neues Museum, Berlin, today.
I hereby declare that all paintings of Saint Sebastian are to be part of the Unacknowledged Museum of Gay Art, and that they shall remain at their present institutions in extended loan until otherwise indicated. Brussels, August 18, 2013.
Section Brussels (Museum of Fine Arts - Old Masters)
"Offerandes à Bacchus," 1700s, Andries Cornelis.
"Narcisse," 1600s, Gabriel Grupello.
today at Palais des Beaux-Arts of Lille.
"Hermaphrodite," XIX century copy. [3 views]
"Saint Sébastien," 1400s. Gentile da Fabriano.
"L'art étrusque," 1872, Louis-Jean Schoroeder. [2 views]
"Priam aux pieds d'Achille," 1876, Jules Bastien-Lepapge.
"Ganymède," 1811-1814, Jean-Pierre Cortot. [2 views]
"Hercule Combattant Acheloüs," 1667-1670, Noël Coypel.
"Narcisse," 1868, Ernest-Eugène Hiolle. [2 views]
"Urne cinéraire décorée du duel entre les deux fils du roi de Thebes, Etéocle et Polynice," II century.
Athènes, 460-450 B.C.
"Saint Famille," 1550, Frans Floris.
"La France gémit des troubles qui sa divisent. La Fidélité la console et lui présente des sujets zélés," 1760, François Boucher.
"The Trap," 1946, Paul Delvaux.
"Untitled," 1924, René Magritte.
at the Mu.zee, Oostend, Belgium.