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Showing 523 results for Jean Cour (or Court)
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probably early 17th century
Master IDC
late 16th century or early 17th century
Master IDC
late 16th to early 17th century
Jean de Court
first quarter of the 17th century
Barthélemy Cabirol
ca. 1785, with later additions
The Limbourg Brothers
1405–1408/1409
Jean Clouet
ca. 1536
Jean Marc Nattier
1749
Jean-Baptiste Greuze
1763
Master of the Dinteville Allegory
1537
ca. 1504
French, Limoges
ca. 1560–70
French, Limoges
ca. 1560–70
ca. 1504
late 16th–17th century
Jean-Baptiste Greuze
ca. 1765
Jean Pucelle
ca. 1324–28
Jean Honoré Fragonard
ca. 1769
Jean Siméon Chardin
ca. 1728–30
Jean de Liège
ca. 1370–90
French
ca. 1250
Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
1851–53
1696
Alexandre-Jean Oppenordt
ca. 1685
Charles Le Brun
ca. 1660
Jean Hey (called Master of Moulins)
ca. 1490
French or British
ca. 1790
Jean Marc Nattier
1756
Jean-Baptiste Joseph Pater
ca. 1733
French, Paris
ca. 1761–62
Jean-Baptiste Stouf
1804–8
Jean Ducrollay
1753–54
Jean Michelin
1656
Mathieu Coiny fils
1759–60
Hallé
ca. 1788–90
probably Italian or Spanish
ca. 1500
Camille Corot
1852, 1857, or 1863
French, Limoges
probably late 16th century
Jean Alaux
1817
Jean Moynat
1750–51