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the Kota Master
ca. 1720 (recto); ca. 1750–75 (verso)
the Kota Master
ca. 1720
the Kota Master
ca. 1720
the Kota Master
ca. 1690–1700
the Kota Master
ca. 1655–60
Bastis Master
2600–2400 BCE
Master of Pedret
ca. 1100
Western Tibet or Ladakh
14th century
Osservanza Master
ca. 1435
Master of Saint Augustine
ca. 1490
Master of the Dinteville Allegory
1537
India (Rajasthan, Kota or Bundi)
ca. 1760
probably early 17th century
the Kota Master C
ca. 1715
the Kota Master C
ca. 1713
Hendrick ter Brugghen
ca. 1624–25
ca. 1420–30
Jacques Demé
1690–91
Master of the Martyrdom of St. Sebastian
probably mid-17th century
Jan van Goyen
1646
Master of the Codex of Saint George
ca. 1330–35
Joachim Friess
ca. 1620
Master GG
hallmarked 1773–74
Master Heinrich of Constance
ca. 1310–20
Sheikh Taju
1780
Hans Raj Joshi
1777
Jacob Halder
1586
Lautenbach Master
ca. 1480
Margaret Neilson Armstrong
1910
David Roentgen
ca. 1780–83
Ann Muir
2017
Master of Frankfurt
possibly 1496–1502
Master of the Lorsch Calvary
ca. 1440
Master of the Amsterdam Cabinet
ca. 1480–90
Thomas Eakins
1882
Jean Hey (called Master of Moulins)
ca. 1490
India, Rajasthan, Kota
ca. 1730–40
India (Rajasthan, Kota)
ca. 1800
Mahavihara Master
early 12th century
India (Rajasthan, Kota)
ca. 1690–1710