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American
1810–15
Adam Weisweiler
ca. 1787
Joseph Meeks & Sons
1829–35
332–30 B.C.
Charles Joseph Natoire
1740
Vincent van Gogh
1888–89
Biagio d'Antonio
Spanish
ca. 1175–1200
Joseph Mallord William Turner
ca. 1845
Duncan Phyfe
ca. 1837
Carlo Crivelli
ca. 1480
South Netherlandish
1500–1520
Luca Signorelli (Luca d'Egidio di Luca di Ventura)
ca. 1505–7
Joseph Wright (Wright of Derby)
1779
Sir Edward Burne-Jones
1868–77
Barry Ledoux
1982–85
French
ca. 1175–1200
Joseph Richardson Jr.
ca. 1795
Jörg Breu the Younger
ca. 1534–47
Taleides
ca. 540–530 BCE
664–200 B.C.
Italian
1540
John McMullin
1799
664–610 B.C.
Master of the Dinteville Allegory
1537
Giovanni di ser Giovanni Guidi (called Scheggia)
ca. 1449
Robert and William Wilson
ca. 1830
Robert and William Wilson
ca. 1830
Robert and William Wilson
ca. 1830
Edouard Manet
1874
Duncan Phyfe
ca. 1837
François Boucher
1765
Adélaïde Labille-Guiard
1785
Joseph Siffred Duplessis
1776
Claus de Werve
ca. 1415–17
William Hogarth
1729
Philippe Bertrand
1704 or earlier
Jan Steen
ca. 1670
India (Tamil Nadu)
ca. late 13th century
Sri Lanka, Kandy district
18th century