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Gerard David
ca. 1510
Gerard David
ca. 1510
Hans Memling
ca. 1472–75
Hans Memling
Hans Holbein the Younger
ca. 1532
Jean Hey (called Master of Moulins)
ca. 1490
Petrus Christus
Jacometto (Jacometto Veneziano)
ca. 1485–95
Jacometto (Jacometto Veneziano)
ca. 1485–95
Attributed to Corneille de Lyon
Master of Saint Giles
ca. 1500
ca. 1470–80
French (Ile-de-France or Burgundo-Lyonnais)
ca. 1570–90, and 19th century
Master of Frankfurt
possibly 1496–1502
Master of the Munich Bavarian Panels
ca. 1450
Simon Marmion
ca. 1473
Lucas Cranach the Younger
ca. 1545–50
ca. 1470–90
Flemish, Antwerp (?)
late 16th century
F. Ring Foundry
ca. 1875 after a dinanderie model from the Southern Netherlands, ca. 1450
17th century, partly, with later replacements and additions
possibly 19th century or first half of 20th century
Italian, Bolognese
early 17th century
16th century
German, Lower Saxony (?)
ca. 1350
German, Nuremberg
ca. 1425–50
Southern French
ca. 1630
late 17th century
Italian (Rome or Siena?)
ca. 1550–80 (rebuilt, with extensive replacements)
early 17th century
possibly 19th century or first half of 20th century
Northern European (?), possibly German
ca. 1380–1400
Italian or American
early 20th century (?)
Master of the Female Half-Lengths
ca. 1525–50
Joos van Cleve
possibly 1527–33
Lucas Cranach the Elder
ca. 1580–1620
Gerard David
Dieric Bouts
After 1485
Hans Memling
Early sixteenth century