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Desavary, Charles Paul (possibly)
Kneeling Woman
19th century
1980.47
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Fontana, Carlo (possibly)
Untitled (Sketch of a dome)
1999.0.159
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Blythe, David Gilmour
Farm Scene
ca. 1863
1995.57
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Bohnen, Blythe
Self-Portrait: Vertical Motion Up, Medium
1983
1992.38
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Bohnen, Blythe
Self-Portrait: Pivotal Motion from Chin, Large
1974
1992.39
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Hollar, Wenceslaus (possibly)
Maritime print: ship details
mid-17th century
1975.33.a
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Whistler (possibly after)
Untitled (Courtyard with Archway)
1994.11
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Hollar, Wenceslaus (possibly)
Maritime print: ship details
mid-17th century
1975.33.b
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Hollar, Wenceslaus (possibly)
Maritime print: ship details
mid-17th century
1975.33.c
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Twombly, Cy
Untitled, from the portfolio "New York Collection for Stockholm"
1973
1991.64.28
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Picard, G. (possibly)
Journée de Paris 14 juillet 1915 au profit des Oeuvres de Guerre de l'Hôtel-de-Ville
1915
1975.13.59
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D'Ostoya (possibly)
Humble Homage to His Majesty Victor Emmanuel the King of Italy
1915
1975.13.7
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D'Ostoya (possibly)
Humble Homage to His Majesty Pierre I the King of Serbia and to His Valiant Army
1975.13.22
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Hiroshige, Ando (possibly)
Small Bird on Flowering Branch
19th century
1999.0.127
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Utagawa Kunisada (possibly)
Woman in Snow with Parasol and Fish
18/19th century
1999.0.182
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Eizan, Kikugawa (possibly)
Viewing Cherry Blossoms
19th century
1999.0.195
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Dyck, Anthony van (possibly after)
Ionnes Breugel (from Iconography)
1999.0.214
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D'Ostoya (possibly)
Humble Homage to M. Millerand, Minister of War
1975.13.36
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Bly
Untitled (Field with Cows and Cathedral)
2004.0.23
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Bly
Untitled (Street and Catherdral)
2004.0.29
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Hoefnagel, Jacob (possibly); Bry, Theodor de (and workshop?); Hoefnagel, Joris (after)
Frontispiece, "Pars Tertia," from "Archetypa Studiaque Patris Georgii Hoefnagelii"
published 1592
2006.107
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Hoefnagel, Jacob (possibly); Bry, Theodor de (and workshop?); Hoefnagel, Joris (after)
Part III, plate 9, from "Archetypa Studiaque Patris Georgii Hoefnagelii"
published 1592
2006.108
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Hoefnagel, Jacob (possibly); Bry, Theodor de (and workshop?); Hoefnagel, Joris (after)
Ipsa dies aperit: conficit ipsa dies. (One day brings forth [a flower], and the same day ends it [on the flower].), part I, plate 9, from "Archetypa studiaque patris Georgii Hoefnagelii"
published 1592
2016.21
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Hoefnagel, Jacob (possibly); Bry, Theodor de (and workshop?); Hoefnagel, Joris (after)
Nasci. Pati. Mori. (Birth, suffering, death.) Exanimat tenuis mures. Ut noxa salaces: sic modico casu lubrica vita perit. (A trifling injury kills the lustful mice: thus this uncertain life is lost through a simple accident.), part II, plate 8, from "Archetypa studiaque patris Georgii Hoefnagelii"
published 1592
2016.22
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Hoefnagel, Jacob (possibly); Bry, Theodor de (and workshop?); Hoefnagel, Joris (after)
Per tal variare Natura e bella. (Through such variety nature is beautiful.) Alea parva Nuces, et non damnosa videtur: Saepe tamen pueris abstulit illa nates. (Gambling with nuts is thought a harmless game; but it has often raised the boys’ buttocks [=boys have been beated on the buttocks]), part II, plate 12, from "Archetypa Studiaque Patris Georgii Hoefnagelii"
published 1592
2016.23
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Hoefnagel, Jacob (possibly); Bry, Theodor de (and workshop?); Hoefnagel, Joris (after)
Octipedem ne excites. (Don’t wake an eight-foot [on the scorpion]) Scorpius irata tactus dat vulnera cauda. (When it is touched, the scorpion inflicts wounds with its irate tail.), part IV, plate 4, from "Archetypa Studiaque Patris Georgii Hoefnagelii"
published 1592
2016.24
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