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London Stereoscopic Company
1860–70
London Stereoscopic Company
1860–70
The Master of the Small Landscapes
1555–60
Jan van Goyen
1646
Master of Pedret
ca. 1100
Master of the Martyrdom of St. Sebastian
probably mid-17th century
Hendrick ter Brugghen
ca. 1624–25
Roman, Pompeian
last decade of the 1st century BCE
Master of the Dinteville Allegory
1537
Andrea Mantegna
shortly after 1450
Bastis Master
2600–2400 BCE
Master of Saint Augustine
ca. 1490
Pieter Bruegel the Elder
1565
Corneille de Lyon
ca. 1535
The Master of the Small Landscapes
1559–61
Western Tibet or Ladakh
14th century
Roman
last decade of the 1st century BCE
Théodore Gericault
1818
Osservanza Master
ca. 1435
Xiao Yuncong
dated 1668
Master of the Virgin among Virgins
Tilman Heysacker
late 15th century
Goya (Francisco de Goya y Lucientes)
by 1818 (possibly 1814–18)
Jacob Halder
1586
Tang Yin
Master I. D. C.
probably early 17th century
Franz Peter Bundsen
1780
The Limbourg Brothers
1405–1408/1409
Master of the Codex of Saint George
ca. 1330–35
The Master of the Small Landscapes
1559–61
Master of the Virgin Mary's Reliquary Casket
early 13th century
Francesco Fanelli
17th century cast
Master of the View of Saint Gudula
ca. 1480
Roman
last decade of the 1st century BCE
Edgar Degas
1882
Frans Post
1650
Adriaen Brouwer
ca. 1636
Sassetta (Stefano di Giovanni)
ca. 1433–35
Dai Benxiao
late 17th century
Paul Cézanne
1882–85