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Showing 67 results for Old Bering Sea III, Native American
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Old Bering Sea III, Native American
300–500 CE
Old Bering Sea II, Native American
100–300 CE
Old Bering Sea
2nd–3rd century
Okvik, Native American
ca. 200 BCE–100 CE
Old Bering Sea
4th–5th century
Old Bering Sea
2nd–4th century
Old Bering Sea
4th century (?)
Old Bering Sea
2nd century BCE–1st century CE
Old Bering Sea
2nd century BCE–1st century CE
Old Bering Sea
150 BCE–100 CE
Guo Xi
ca. 1080
Okvik, Native American
100 BCE–200 CE
Nicolas Poussin
ca. 1633
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
1760s
Gerard David
early 1480s
The Limbourg Brothers
1405–1408/1409
Théodore Rousseau
late 1820s
Edouard Manet
1874
Gerard David
ca. 1510–15
Justus of Ghent
ca. 1475
Greek
late 2nd–1st century BCE
El Greco (Domenikos Theotokopoulos)
ca. 1605–10
Master of the Brussels Calling of Saint Matthew
ca. 1540–50
Jacopo Tintoretto (Jacopo Robusti)
probably 1577
Master of the Virgin among Virgins
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
1760s
Théodore Rousseau
ca. 1846–67
Thomas Hart Benton
1930–31
Dosso Dossi (Giovanni de Lutero)
Grant Wood
1931
Mason Jackson
1865–70
Jacob van Ruisdael
ca. 1670
Andrea Mantegna
shortly after 1450
manuscript: 13th century; cover: dated 1691
Rosa Bonheur
1852–55
Lorenzo Lotto
1520s
Paul Cézanne
1890–92
Paul Gauguin
1899
John Hill
1823–24
Edward Hopper
1928