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London Stereoscopic Company
1860–70
London Stereoscopic Company
1860–70
Juul of New York City
1962
John Targee
1815
Winchester Repeating Arms Company
ca. 1895–1900
Smith & Wesson
ca. 1891–92
Smith & Wesson
1888–89
Smith & Wesson
1892–93
French
ca. 1831–35
French
ca. 1831–35
Mary Abastenia St. Leger Eberle
1914
John La Farge
1908–9
Hedda Sterne
1953
Duncan Phyfe
ca. 1810–20
Diego Rivera
1915
Tiffany Studios
possibly 1902–32
Frank Stella
1963
John Vanderlyn
1818–19
Duncan Phyfe
ca. 1837
Thomas Hart Benton
1930–31
Duncan Phyfe
1835–40
John R. Morgan
1936
Eva Zeisel
1929–30
Florine Stettheimer
1942
Francis William Edmonds
1858
Francesco Francia
1502
Mitchell, Vance & Co.
1868–70
Louis C. Tiffany
ca. 1891–93
Duncan Phyfe
ca. 1837
Romare Bearden
1971
Duncan Phyfe
1835–47
Henry Inman
1832–33
Rosina Emmet
ca. 1878–85
Leonora Carrington
ca. 1937–38
Adelaide Alsop Robineau
1910
Randolph Rogers
1853–54; carved 1859
Charles-Honoré Lannuier
1805–12
Henry Inman
1832–33
Edward Hopper
1930
Helen West Heller
1923–55