At the Met there is a marvelous cabinet that belonged to Card. Barbarini who became Urban VIII. Don’t worry about the number of tassels. The varied.
There are some whimsical depictions of birds, including a reversal of fortune! Sometime in manuscripts you will see some scribal joking wherein mice hunt the cat, etc. in imitation of formal hunting parties.
This lovely Madonna and Child by Rosselli (+1507) will warm the heart of all but the prudes out there.
There are medieval treasures from Hildesheim on display including one of the finest bronzes I have ever seen.
There is a little detail in it which I may take as the basis for a sermon.
A glorious tomb/door entrance to Holy Church, no?
And now I will have some coffee in the American wing and enjoy the view.