Victorian-Era Goat Brooch
unknown maker
c. 1890
diamonds, rubies and pearl set in silver and gold

Victorian-Era Goat Brooch

unknown maker

c. 1890

diamonds, rubies and pearl set in silver and gold

Agnus Dei
Benozzo Gozzoli
1460
Magi Chapel, Medici Palace, Florence
fresco

Agnus Dei

Benozzo Gozzoli

1460

Magi Chapel, Medici Palace, Florence

fresco

Pottery Goat
China
Han Dynasty (206 B.C.E. to 220 C.E.)

Pottery Goat

China

Han Dynasty (206 B.C.E. to 220 C.E.)

La Joueuse de Mandore

and

detail

Théobald Chartran

1879

oil on canvas

Big Sheep Wool Gallery building
Tirau, Waikato, New Zealand
constructed c. 1994
corrugated iron

Big Sheep Wool Gallery building

Tirau, Waikato, New Zealand

constructed c. 1994

corrugated iron

José María Obregón
Giotto and Cimabue
1857
Wikipedia:

In his Lives of the Artists, Giorgio Vasari relates that Giotto was a shepherd boy, a merry and intelligent child who was loved by all who knew him. The great Florentine painter Cimabue discovered Giotto drawing pictures of his sheep on a rock. They were so lifelike that Cimabue approached Bondone and asked if he could take the boy as an apprentice.

José María Obregón

Giotto and Cimabue

1857

Wikipedia:

In his Lives of the Artists, Giorgio Vasari relates that Giotto was a shepherd boy, a merry and intelligent child who was loved by all who knew him. The great Florentine painter Cimabue discovered Giotto drawing pictures of his sheep on a rock. They were so lifelike that Cimabue approached Bondone and asked if he could take the boy as an apprentice.

Giotto

The Sacrifice of Joachim

and

details from neighboring paintings

from Scrovegni Chapel, Padua

c. 1300

fresco

b4-16-e:

Panel with the Birth of St. John the Baptist from Retable Domingo Ram -  Spanish - 1464–1507

b4-16-e:

Panel with the Birth of St. John the Baptist from Retable Domingo Ram -  Spanish - 1464–1507

Paula Rego
The Interrogator’s Garden
2000
Pastel on paper, mounted on aluminum

Paula Rego

The Interrogator’s Garden

2000

Pastel on paper, mounted on aluminum

Luis Ricardo Falero

Vision of Faust (Witches Going to Their Sabbath)

and

detail

1878