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1878
ca. 1877
Ferdinand Delannoy
mid-19th century
Hezekiah Butterworth
1881
William James Linton
1882
William Cullen Bryant
[ca. 1883]
Maxime-François-Antoine Lalanne
1880
M. Mounet-Sully
1886
Rogier van der Weyden
ca. 1460
William Cullen Bryant
1877
Robert Swain Gifford
1888
Master of the Dinteville Allegory
1537
Antonio Canova
1804–6
Antoine Watteau
ca. 1718–20
Daniele da Volterra
probably ca. 1545
Italian
1540
Charles Joseph Natoire
1740
Aram Alban
1929 or later
Domenico Guidi
1694
probably Italian
ring: mid-16th century; cameo: early Hellenistic 4th century BCE
Antico (Pier Jacopo Alari Bonacolsi)
probably modeled: 1496, cast: ca. 1501
South Netherlandish
1500–1520
Bartolomeo Fenice (Fénis)
1659
Jan van Goyen
1646
Richard Estes
1981
Olmec and Maya
900–400 BCE (initial fabrication); 100–300 CE (Maya inscription)
Hans Memling
ca. 1470
a) ca. 1530-40 and b) 1551
Pierre Paul Prud'hon
?1813–17; 1823–24?
Titian (Tiziano Vecellio)
1550s
Olmec and Maya
900–400 BCE (initial fabrication); 100 BCE‒100 CE (incised reverse)
Abraham Walkowitz
1906
Joos van Cleve
ca. 1525
Giovanni Battista Maganza the Elder
1530–86
Peter Flötner
ca. 1540
Peter Flötner
ca. 1540
Peter Flötner
ca. 1540
Peter Flötner
ca. 1540
Francesco Francia
1510
Arnulf Rainer
1978