The Metropolitan Museum of Art received on loan Lot and His Daughters by Peter Paul Rubens. The painting was sold for $58.1 million to a private collector at Christie’s, London, in 2016. It now hangs next to the Met’s Venus and Adonis. The two paintings, though roughly twenty years apart, were pendants when they were in the collection of the Dukes of Marlborough at Blenheim Palace. The painting will be on view at the Met through September 2017.