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Southern Italian or Bolognese
ca. 1640
workshop of Giovanni Maria Vasaro
ca. 1540
Master of the Dinteville Allegory
South Italian
Alessandro Algardi
second half of the 17th century
Apollonio di Giovanni di Tomaso
after ca. 1461
Flemish, Southern Netherlands
ca. 1500
Matteo Sellas
ca. 1630–50
Giovanni Bernardi da Castel Bolognese
model ca. 1540 (cast 16th or 17th century)
15th century
Dolon Painter
ca. 400–390 BCE
Stefano da Verona (Stefano di Giovanni d'Arbosio di Francia)
ca. 1400
Ludovico Carracci
ca. 1582
Greek, South Italian, Tarentine
late 4th or 3rd century BCE
South Italian
9th century
South Italian
12th century
Francesco Trevisani
ca. 1710
South Italian
Greek, South Italian, Campanian
4th century BCE
South Italian
ca. 1220–40
late 11th–early 12th century
ca. 1225–50
South Italian
late 11th–early 12th century
Southern Italian or Sicilian
19th century
Southern Italian or Greek
16th century
Southern German or Italian
late 16th century
Spanish or Southern Italian
early 17th century
Southern Italian or Sicilian
possibly 18th century
Southern Italian or Northern African
possibly 18th century
Italian or possibly Southern German
probably 1550–1600
Spanish or Southern Italian
late 17th–early 18th century
Gaetano Gandolfi
Greek, South Italian, Tarentine
late 4th century BCE
Italian, Venice (Murano) or Southern Netherlandish
Group of Bologna 585/Trieste S 403
ca. 340–320 BCE
probably Southern Italian or possibly Sicilian
possibly 18th century
Italian, probably Naples
ca. 1650–75
Menzies Group
ca. 330–320 BCE