The Titian Room sets the stage for some of the Museum’s finest masterpieces. The Rape of Europa by Venetian Renaissance painter Titian, from whom this room takes its name, dominates the space. An opulent spectacle of Baroque textiles and Rococo furniture surrounds it. Deeply personal arrangements also form an integral part of this room’s ensemble. Just to the left of Titian’s masterpiece, one of Gardner’s favorite paintings, Christ Carrying the Cross, stands above a small table perpetually set with flowers.