A map and a series of old master studies.
In the following map all the rooms in the National Gallery displaying paintings showing or implying rape or other sexualized violence are marked red. Below that you’ll find a list of all the paintings in question, and each painting’s reason for inclusion. This list derives from my personal observation on repeated visits during the fall of 2016–unfortunately I cannot guarantee that it is complete.
Lorenzo Lotto, Portrait of a Woman inspired by Lucretia, allusion to the rape of Lucretia
Nicolas Poussin, Nymph with Satyrs, woman about to be raped
Nicloas Poussin, Cephalus and Aurora, man being assaulted
Ludovico Caracci, Susannah and the Elders, aussault, attempted rape, blackmail
Guide Reni, Susannah and the Elders, aussault, attempted rape, blackmail
Sebastiano Ricci, Bacchus and Ariadne, woman about to be raped
Batoni, Time orders Old Age to destroy Beauty, woman grabbed against her will
Room E (basement, not on map):
Francesco Hayez, Susannah at her Bath, attempted rape, blackmail