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Lucas Cranach the Elder
ca. 1525–27
possibly Italian
probably 19th century
Northern Italian, probably Padua
ca. 1530–40
Antico (Pier Jacopo Alari Bonacolsi)
ca. 1510–ca. 1520
possibly French
early 17th century
Late 17th or 18th century
Carlo Crivelli
North French (carving); Upper Rhenish (painting)
ca. 1300 (carving); ca. 1310–20 (painting)
Joos van Cleve
ca. 1525
Lucas Cranach the Younger and Workshop
ca. 1545–50
Lucas Cranach the Younger and Workshop
ca. 1545–50
Master of the Martyrdom of St. Sebastian
probably mid-17th century
Spanish (Aragonese) Painter
Alvaro Pirez
probably ca. 1430
Ludwig Schongauer
Italian (Pisan) Painter
possibly ca. 1320–30
Fra Bartolomeo (Bartolomeo di Paolo del Fattorino)
shortly after 1497
Northern Italian
ca. 1530–40
16th century
Italian, probably Florence
16th–17th century
Italian, Venice (Murano)
ca. 1530
Austrian, Innsbruck
ca. 1620
Vincenzo Grandi
19th century
Agostino Zoppo
ca. 1520–30
Possibly northern Europe
late 16th–early 17th century
Italian, possibly Venice
late 17th century
Southern German
early 16th century
German, probably Nuremberg
mid-16th century
Ferdinando Tacca
mid-17th century
probably French
late 16th–early 17th century
possibly 17th century
Italian, Venice
late 16th century or later
Master of the Orléans Triptych
late 19th–early 20th century
Master of the Acts of Mercy
Bernardino dei Conti
Bachiacca (Francesco d'Ubertino Verdi)
possibly early 1520s
Vittore Crivelli
ca. 1481–82
Italian or German
late 17th century
North German
mid-12th century