Allegoric

By El Greco (after Michelangelo) – ‘The Day’ (On allegorical depictions of Night as a woman and Day as a man)

By Klimt – The Philosophy

By Carracci – Abundance and Plenty

By Jordaens – Allegory of Fertility

By Tiepolo – The Time and The Truth

By Veronese – The Victory allegory

By Anonymous (Italy, 17th century) – Supporting between the Youth and the Old Age

By Zoppo, Marco – Allegory of Fortune

By Munch – Allegory on Ages of Woman

By Delacroix – Head of Liberty

By Bernini – Thought for the statue of Truth

By Sargent, John Singer – Sketches to The Science

By Besnard, Albert – Allegorical composition about Justice

By Pisanello – The Luxury

By Klimt – ‘Nuda Veritas’

By Raphael – Allegorical Vision of a Knight

By Ingres – Female nude for the allegorical figure of France

By Fuseli – Paraphrase about Michelangelo

By Rowlandson – ‘Four generations’

By Bramer – Money combats the World, the Flesh, and the Devil

By Botticelli – The Abundance

By Volterrano – The Truth illuminating Human Blindness

By Picabia – The Woman of Love

By Pordenone – The embodiment of Time

By Munch – Spider’s web

By Masson, Benedict – Allegory ‘Poor Painting! ‘

By Bronzino – The Truth and the Justice

By Klimt – The Tragedy

By Chasseriau – The invention of the drawing

By Le Brun – Two heads of men and boars

By Salviati – The Spring

By Villard de Honnecourt – Allegory of Church Triumphant

By Tiepolo – Unknown title

By Mantegna, Andrea – Three deities

By Veronese – Allegoric female figure

By Castillo – Friendship (Amistad)

By Klimt – Study for ‘The Expectation’ from the Stoclet Frieze

By Warhol – The Philosophy

By Puvis de Chavannes – An allegory of ‘The Sorbonne’

By Kalho, Frida – Allegorical vision of Frida and The Abortion

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