Philip II of Spain, married Queen Mary I of England.
Elizabeth I of England, (1533-1603) Date: ca. 1570–1600 Culture: Italian, probably Medium: Onyx and gold Dimensions: Overall: 5/8 x 1/2in. (1.6 x 1.3cm); visible cameo: 16 x 13 mm Classification: Lapidary Work-Gems Credit Line: The Milton Weil Collection, 1938 Accession Number: 38.150.32 This artwork is not on display
Queen Mary I of England and her husband Phillip II of Spain by the English School. The marriage took place 2 days after their meeting, on 25 Jul the day of St. James- patron saint of Spain.
Covered Chalice Date: late 15th century Geography: Made in, Toledo, Castile-La Mancha, Spain Culture: Spanish
Dobla of Alfonso of Aragon (1465-68) Date: 1465–83 Geography: Made in, Aragon and Sicily, Spain and Italy Culture: Spanish and Italian Medium: Gold
William Merritt Chase, (American, 1849–1916). Carmencita, 1890. Gift of Sir William Van Horne, 1906 (06.969) | Carmencita, the dancer known as "The Pearl of Seville," made her New York debut in 1889 and was besieged with requests for private performances. John Singer Sargent arranged for her to perform in Chase's Tenth Street studio on April 1, 1890. After this memorable recital, Chase painted this lively portrait of her, showing her in motion as she clicks her castanets in her hands. #dance
Saltcellar, French, c. mid-13th century
Head of a little boy Date: first half 16th century Culture: probably Italian, Venice Medium: Carnelian and gold Dimensions: Overall: 1 1/8 x 11/16 in. (2.8 x 1.8 cm); visible cameo: 16.8 x 13 x 10.9