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Imperial Armory, Tula (south of Moscow), Russia
ca. 1780–85
Jean Baptiste de Boyer, marquis d'Argens
1741
Charles Auguste, marquis de La Fare
1749
Marie Geneviève Charlotte Darlus Thiroux d'Arconville
1770
Roman
251–253 CE
Roman
ca. 14–37 CE
Roman
ca. 325–370 CE
Russian
1797
Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg
1801–4
Roman
212–217 CE
Peter Paul Rubens
probably mid-1630s
John Kay
1804
Justus of Ghent
ca. 1475
probably Italian
ca. 1810–20
Tula Arms Factory
ca. 1801
Vasily Kandinsky
1912
second half 16th century
Benozzo Gozzoli (Benozzo di Lese di Sandro)
Roman
ca. 130–138 CE
Peter Paul Rubens
ca. 1613–14
Andrei Nikiforovich Voronikhin
made between early March and end of April 1803
Italian, Milan
ca. 1570
Bernardo Daddi
ca. 1338–40
Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux
1873
Byzantine
ca. 337–40
Pieter Bruegel the Elder
1565
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
ca. 1751–52
Paul de Lamerie
1738/39
China
ca. 522–23
Paul Cézanne
1891
Ph. Phralov
1815
Johan Henrik Åkerblom
1798
Peter Paul Rubens
ca. 1625–27
Mason Jackson
1865–70
Roman
27 BCE–14 CE
Ignatii Shchedrovskii
1852
Juan de Flandes
ca. 1497
Paolo Veronese (Paolo Caliari)
1570s
William Heath ('Paul Pry')
May 29, 1815
Ma Hezhi
mid-12th century