This rather unusual sculpture is called Memento Mori. It dates back to around 1770, by the Italian artist Francisco Celebrano.
This is a whimsical oil painting by the Flemish painter Jacob Jordaens (and his workshop). It is called As The Old Sing, So The Young Pipe. It dates to 1640, and reflects the proverb that children take after their elders- in this case, not in the best of ways!
The Italian artist Bernardo Bellotto painted this oil painting around 1743. It is called The Arsenal, Venice.
Bellotto also painted this one around the same time- it is titled The Piazzetta, Venice.
Venice also features in this oil painting by Antonio Canal, aka Canaletto, painted circa 1735-37. It is titled St. Mark's And The Clock Tower, Venice.
This dramatic oil painting is by a British artist, George Morland, painted at some point in the 1790s. It is titled The Wreckers, and deals with a favourite subject of the artist- shipwrecks and their aftermath.
While I was in this room, I photographed again two items that I've shown you before. The first is the dramatic oil painting The Death Of General Wolfe, painted in 1770 by Benjamin West, and depicting the death of the famed British general at the Battle of Quebec.
The second is the sculpture Dancer by Italian sculptor Antonio Canova.