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John Hoppner, (British, 1758–1810). The Sackville Children, 1796. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Thomas W. Lamont, 1948 (53.59.3) | The children of the third duke of Dorset were painted in the summer of 1796 at Knole, the Sackville family seat. #kids #metkids

John Hoppner, (British, 1758–1810). The Sackville Children, 1796. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Thomas W. Lamont, 1948 (53.59.3) | The children of the third duke of Dorset were painted in the summer of 1796 at Knole, the Sackville family seat. #kids #metkids

Sir Henry Raeburn, (British, 1756–1823). The Drummond Children, ca.1808–9. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Mary Stillman Harkness, 1950 (50.145.31) #kids

Sir Henry Raeburn, (British, 1756–1823). The Drummond Children, ca.1808–9. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Mary Stillman Harkness, 1950 (50.145.31) #kids

Auguste Rodin (French, 1840–1917). Bacchante (Grapes or Autumn), ca. 1874. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Charles Ulrick and Josephine Bay Foundation.

Auguste Rodin (French, 1840–1917). Bacchante (Grapes or Autumn), ca. 1874. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Charles Ulrick and Josephine Bay Foundation.

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, 1696–1770). The Triumph of Marius, 1729. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1965 (65.183.1) | This painting is from a series of ten magnificent canvases painted to decorate the main room of Ca’ Dolfin, Venice. The subject of this triumphal procession is identified by the Latin inscription at the top of the painting, from the Roman historian Lucius Anneus Florus: "The people of Rome behold Jugurtha laden with chains". # horses

Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, 1696–1770). The Triumph of Marius, 1729. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Rogers Fund, 1965 (65.183.1) | This painting is from a series of ten magnificent canvases painted to decorate the main room of Ca’ Dolfin, Venice. The subject of this triumphal procession is identified by the Latin inscription at the top of the painting, from the Roman historian Lucius Anneus Florus: "The people of Rome behold Jugurtha laden with chains". # horses

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