IMAGES ON SITE IMAGES SUR LE SITE Marble Head of Epikouros. 2nd century A.D. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Giorgione. The Three Philosophers. 1509. Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien. Unidentified Artist. Gathering of Philosophers. Qing dynasty.1644–1911. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Allegorical Tapestry with Sages of the Past. 1480-1500. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Edouard Manet. The Philosopher/Le philosophe. 1865-1866. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Jacques Louis David. The Death of Socrates. 1787. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Caspar David Friedrich. Two Men Contemplating the Moon. ca. 1825-30. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Henri Martin. The Philosopher/Le philosophe. 1885. Wikiart. Jacob Matham. Tabula Cebelis. Landscape with three concentric walled enclosures with many clusters of figures moving within them, emblematic of increasing degrees of moral purification. 1592. Rijksmuseum. Stefano Della Bella. Study of heads of three philosophers, talking together. c.1647. British Museum. Theodor Matthias von Holst. Aristotle and Phyllis studies of woman riding on back of philosopher brandishing whip. 1818-1844. British Museum. Shimomura Kanzan. Diogenes in white robe, clasping his knees and gazing down; rim of barrel above him. 1903-1935. British Museum. Gustav Klimt. Philosophy. 1907. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Bronze figure of a seated unidentified philosopher, with his hand raised to his chin. 1stC-2ndC. British Museum. Pierre-Paul Prud’hon. Philosophy. c. 1800. Wikiart. Giovanni Battista Tiepolo .Plate 20. 1 solitary philosopher a proof before the number but after the erasure of the two heads. 1750-1760. British Museum. Ferdinand Bol. The Old Philosopher. 1642. British Museum. Lioubov Popova. Portrait d’un philosophe, 1915. Metropolitan Museum of Art. William Pether. A Philosopher Giving a Lecture on the Orrery. 1768. National Gallery of Art. Katsushika Hokusai. Zhuang Zi dreaming of butterflies.1847. British Museum. Pieter Claesz. Still Life with a Skull and a Writing Quill. 1628. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Quinten Massys. The Adoration of the Magi.1526. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Marble Female Hern. 1st Century A.D. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Albrecht Dürer. Melencholia I. 1514. Metropolitan Museum of Art.