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Albrecht Duerer Northern Renaissance. A Young Hare 1502; Watercolor and gouache on paper, 25 x 23 cm. The praying hands, 1508. Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669).

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Albrecht Duerer

Northern Renaissance

A Young Hare1502; Watercolor and gouache on paper,

25 x 23 cm

The praying hands, 1508


Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669)

Christ Healing the Sick (The Hundred Guilder Print)

c.1647-1649

etching, drypoint, burin, 10 7/8 x 15 1/4 inches


Rembrandt

The Three Crosses, etching, 1653, State III of IV


Rembrandt

Self portrait

1655, o/p, 49,2 × 41 cm

Self-Portrait at 28 (Self-Portrait in Furcoat)1500; Oil on panel, 67 x 49 cm


Rembrandt

Bathsheba at Her Bath

1654

Oil on canvas 56 x 56"

Albrecht Dürer

Eve, 1507


Rembrandt van Rijn

1606-1669

Etching, 16.2x11.6 cm

Albrecht Dürer, Adam and Eve, 1504, engraving.


Claude Monet,

Boulevard des Capucines,

1873-74(31-5/8x23-3/4 inches)


Velasquez

The Spinners, 1657(Oil on canvas, 220 x 289 cm


Cezanne, Life with Apples, 1878


Hans Holbein the Younger

Sir Thomas Moore

1527

Tempera on panel

Franz Hals

The laughing cavalier

1624


Velasquez, Juan de Pareja, 1650

Diego Velázquez

Portrait of pope Innocent X (1650)


Rembrandt

Diana Bathing

1631

Rembrandt

Etching of a Woman Bathing, 1658


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