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Showing 265 results for Western or Central European; quiver, possibly German
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Western or Central European; quiver, possibly German
quiver, probably early 16th century; bolts, 14th–16th century
Western or Central European, the Netherlands or Austria
ca. 1505–19
Marsden Hartley
1914
Jacob Floris
ca. 1570–1600
German Painter
ca. 1573–82
Central European, possibly German
early 16th century; 14.25.1576g, probably 17th or 18th century
Central European, possibly Germany
probably 17th or 18th century
David Roentgen
ca. 1775–79 with later alterations
Central or Eastern European, possibly Vienna
dated 1489
Caravaggio (Michelangelo Merisi)
1597
Bernard Salomon
ca. 1600
Joachim Patinir
ca. 1515
German
ca. 1250
European, possibly German
probably 16th or 17th century
Master of the Dinteville Allegory
1537
European, possibly German
probably 16th century
European, possibly German
probably 16th century
ca. 1504
Lorenz Zick
mid-17th century
Lorenz Zick
mid-17th century
Johann Benedikt Gahn
ca. 1700
Antonello da Messina (Antonello di Giovanni d'Antonio)
Johann Gottfried Hänisch the Elder
crossbow, ca. 1720–30; winder, ca. 1575–1600
German or Austrian
ca. 1475–85
Berlinghiero
possibly 1230s
Jacques Louis David
1787
Franz von Stuck
1908
Western or Central European; j, possibly Switzerland
15th–17th century; j, probably 15th or 16th century
Guido Reni
1627
Justus of Ghent
ca. 1475
German, Nuremberg
early 17th century
Johann Daniel Sommer II
ca. 1685
Kunz Lochner
dated 1548
Gerard David
ca. 1500
Jean Bellegambe
1511–12
Joos van Cleve
ca. 1520
Melchior Baumgartner
ca. 1655–59, engraved decorations ca. 1825–50
Southwestern German
ca. 1750–60
Giotto di Bondone
possibly ca. 1320
Hittite
ca. 14th–13th century BCE