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Charles Rohlfs
1907
March 1881
Dave (later recorded as David Drake)
1858
Seymour Joseph Guy
ca. 1860s
Adelaide Alsop Robineau
1913
Louis C. Tiffany
late 19th–early 20th century
Union Porcelain Works
1885–87
James Earle Fraser
1952
Union Porcelain Works
1885–87
George A. Schastey & Co.
1881–82
Charles Dewolf Brownell
ca. 1853–66
David Aronow
1930s
American
1730–60
Teunis Denise Dubois
1775–1800
Tiffany & Co.
ca. 1887
Louis A. Stirn
1925
Louis A. Stirn
1925
Baumann Brothers
ca. 1880
G. G.
1818
Louis C. Tiffany
late 19th–early 20th century
The Beulah Company
ca. 1930–40
Joseph Bini
ca. 1870
Richard Wittingham
ca. 1800
United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing (“Shakers”)
1835–75
Turner & Fisher
1844–46, 1850
Frederick Wilson
late 19th–early 20th century
Tiffany Studios
1923–24
Julius Dessoir
1853
David Aronow
1930s
Native American, South West, Apache (?)
late 19th century
Stow Wengenroth
1968
David Aronow
1930s
American
ca. 1800
David Aronow
1930s
Romaine Brooks
ca. 1930–35
United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing (“Shakers”)
1840–60
Joseph Britton
1845–48
Louis C. Tiffany
late 19th–early 20th century
Cy Twombly
1968
Frank Giorgini
20th century