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Walker Evans
1900s–1970s
Walker Evans
1920s–70s
1890s
Keystone View Company
1860s–1910s
Francis Hendricks
1850s–1910s
Keystone View Company
1850s–1910s
Unknown
1850s–1910s
Unknown
1850s–1910s
London Stereoscopic Company
1860–70
London Stereoscopic Company
1860–70
Brown and Turner families
begun 1846
Walker Evans
1947–74
Josiah Wedgwood
1783
Francis H. Bacon
1886–88
Ming Smith
2020
David Smith
1952–53
Anthony G. Quervelle
ca. 1830
H. Smith
ca. 1845
Rembrandt (Rembrandt van Rijn)
ca. 1654
I H
1675–76
H. Grenser
before 1807
Ralph Earl
1798
Smith & Wesson
1881–1902
Tile Club
1886
A. H.
1770–1800
David Smith
1932–35
Griffen, Smith and Hill
1880–89
Thomas Hart Benton
1930–31
A. H. Dinsmore
ca. 1890
H. A. Smith
1850s–60s
Smith & Wesson
1892–93
Union Porcelain Works
1876
Sir Joshua Reynolds
1782
Smith & Wesson
ca. 1893
Union Porcelain Works
1876
Art Smith
ca. 1948
Art Smith
ca. 1946
Smith & Wesson
1888–89
A. and H. Lejambre
ca. 1880
Sir Joshua Reynolds
1787