Carrying on with where we left off yesterday, this is Venus, by Lucas Cranach The Elder, a painting dating to circa 1518, depicting the Roman goddess of love. Cranach was known to paint the goddess along with her son Cupid, but here she's on her own.
Back to religious material, but of a more morbid nature. Eve, The Serpent, And Death dates to 1510-15, depicts Adam as Death, Eve as the temptress, and the serpent in the mix. I could have titled this post Naked Women, but that would have drawn in all sorts of the wrong search results. :)
Another work by Lucas Cranach The Elder, this is Christ And The Adulteress, dating to around 1533, depicting the New Testament interlude with Jesus rebuking those making an accusation against the woman in question.
The path took me into what's called the Baroque Room, a large space with paintings and sculptures mostly of a religious or mythological nature.