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Mount Hagen region
ca. 1500 BCE– ?1600 CE
Northern Highlands region artist
13th–14th century
Pakistan (possibly Gilgit region)
9th–early 10th century
Highlands, Mt. Hagen region
ca. 1500 BCE– ?1600 CE
Highlands, Mt. Hagen region
ca. 1500 BCE– ?1600 CE
India (Andhra Pradesh, Kalyani region)
12th–13th century
China (Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region)
ca. 6th–7th century
Soga Shōhaku
1779
Mensuat region (?)
late 19th–mid-20th century
Albert Bierstadt
1890
Byzantine
late 1000s–1100s (cameo); 1100s–1300s (mount)
Master Heinrich of Constance
ca. 1310–20
Massim region
19th–early 20th century
Massim region
19th–early 20th century
ca. 1850–1640 B.C.
Thomas Hart Benton
1930–31
Paul Klee
1923
Bernd and Hilla Becher
ca. 1977
Bernd and Hilla Becher
ca. 1977
Bernd and Hilla Becher
ca. 1977
German
ca. 1300
Théodore Rousseau
late 1820s
Unidentified artist
19th century
Bernd and Hilla Becher
ca. 1977
Bernd and Hilla Becher
ca. 1977
Vincent van Gogh
1890
Pottier and Stymus Manufacturing Company
ca. 1870–75
China (Xinjiang Autonomous Region, Central Asia)
7th–9th century
Ivan F. Summers
1935–43
China (Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region)
ca. 6th–7th century
late 11th–early 12th century
12th–13th century
Northern India, Delhi or Agra region
ca. 1540
Edward Lear
1877
Xie Zhiliu
Datable to 1957
Western Indonesia
9th century
Marsden Hartley
1939–40
Jeong Seon (artist name: Gyeomjae)
mid-18th century
Li Jie
ca. 1170
South India, Karnataka
ca. 18th century