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Chinese, for European or possibly British market
ca. 1700
Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
ca. 1755
Chinese, for British market
ca. 1723–35
Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer
ca. 1735–40
Chinese, possibly for British market
Chinese, for British market
ca. 1760
possibly British
ca. 1510
John Champion
ca. 1770–72
F. & C. Osler
ca. 1850
Chinese, for French market
late 18th century
George Harrison
probably ca. 1770
Chinese, for British or Scottish market
mid-18th century
Francis Perigal
probably ca. 1770
British, London mounts and Chinese porcelain
Chinese porcelain 1573– ca. 1585, British mounts ca. 1585
James Morisset
hallmarked for 1797–98
William Linnell
ca. 1753–54
Japanese, for European, probably Dutch, market
ca. 1710
Japanese, possibly Dejima, for the Western market
ca. 1730
Chinese, made for the European or American market
ca. 1700–1800
Chinese, possibly Canton
mid-18th century
Chinese, for American market
ca. 1765–70
Chinese, for American market
Eugène Delacroix
Peter Paul Rubens
Joachim Patinir
ca. 1515
British or Western European
ca. 1400–1450
Master of the Dinteville Allegory
Thomas Chippendale
ca. 1755
ca. 1504
M. I. F.
ca. 1600
Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi)
James Cox
Velázquez (Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez)
ca. 1635
Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi)
British, probably Greenwich or London
ca. 1620–30
Georges Seurat
Georg Wecker
late 16th century
Chinese, possibly for European or American market
early 19th century
John Vanderbank the Elder
ca. 1650