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Jones, Low and Ball
Spoon
19th century
1972.40.2
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Piazzetta, Giovanni Battista (follower of)
Head of a Boy
18th century
1941.1.17
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Homer, Winslow
Guides Shooting Rapids
1895
1976.14
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Tiepolo (follower of)
Ceiling Sketch
18th century (?)
1980.49
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Uglow, Alan
Untitled
1994
2006.127.1
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Uglow, Alan
Untitled
1994
2006.127.2
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Uglow, Alan
Untitled
1994
2006.127.3
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Uglow, Alan
Untitled
1994
2006.127.4
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Uglow, Alan
Untitled
1994
2006.127.5
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Uglow, Alan
Untitled
1994
2006.127.6
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Uglow, Alan
Untitled
1994
2006.127.7
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Uglow, Alan
Untitled
1994
2006.127.1-.7
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Borch, Gerard ter, the younger (follower of)
Soldiers Playing Cards
17th century
1948.2
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Hobbema, Meindert (follower of)
Landscape with Figures
17th century
1962.34
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Bellows, George Wesley
The Picket Fence
1924
1964.22
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Unknown; Fuseli, Henry (follower of)
Allegory of the Coalition of Europe
late 18th-early 19th century
1964.37
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Longfellow, Ernest Wadsworth
Italian Landscape
U.84
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Greene, Elizabeth Bigelow
Portrait of Anne Whitney
2008.0.98
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Low
The Steamer William Lawrence
1872
2000.0.6
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Barlow, T. Oldham; Ansdell, Richard (after)
Morning. "Ready to Start for the Moors"
published 1881
1968.76
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Bellows, George Wesley
Portrait of Robert Aitken
1921
1980.91
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Homer, Winslow
Eight Bells
1887
1981.48
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Milton, Peter Winslow
Man at the Top of the Stairs, from "The Jolly Corner"
1971
1994.45
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Milton, Peter Winslow
Naomi One
1971
1994.44
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Ship Building, Gloucester Harbor, published in "Harper's Weekly, October 11, 1873"
published 1873
1994.47
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Homer, Winslow (after)
St. Valentine's Day, the Old Story in All Lands
1868
1995.98
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The Morning Bell, published in "Harper's Weekly," December 13, 1873
published 1873
1995.99
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Art Students and Copyists in the Louvre Gallery, Paris
1868
1995.100
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Spring in the City, published in "Harper's Weekly," April 17, 1858
published 1858
1995.101
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Homer, Winslow (after); Brady, Mathew B. (after)
Hon. Abraham Lincoln, Born in Kentucky, February 12, 1809 [Photographed by Brady], published in "Harper's Weekly," November 10, 1860
published 1860
1996.7.1
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Homer, Winslow (after)
1) Expulsion of Negros and Abolitionists from Tremont Temple, Boston, Massachusetts on December 3, 1860., from "Harper's Weekly"
1860
1996.7.2
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Homer, Winslow (after?)
General Thomas Swearing in the Volunteers Called into Service of the United States at Washington, D.C., published in "Harper's Weekly," April 27, 1861
published 1861
1996.7.4
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The Great Meeting in Union Square, New York, to Support the Government, April 20, 1861, published in "Harper's Weekly," May 4, 1861
published 1861
1996.7.5
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Homer, Winslow (after); Brady, Mathew B. (after)
Colonel Ellsworth, of the Fire Zouaves (unknown illustrator), and Colonel Wilson, of Wilson's Brigade [Photographed by Brady], published in "Harper's Weekly," May 11, 1861
published 1861
1996.7.6
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The Seventy-Ninth Regiment (Highlanders) New York State Militia, published in "Harper's Weekly," May 25, 1861
published 1861
1996.7.7
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Homer, Winslow (after?)
The Advance Guard of the Grand Army of the United States Crossing the Long Ridge Over the Potomac, at 2 AM on May 24, 1861...
1861
1996.7.8
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The War-Making Havelocks for the Volunteers, published in "Harper's Weekly," June 29, 1861
published 1861
1996.7.9
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Crew of the United States Steam Sloop "Colorado," Shipped at Boston, June 1861, published in "Harper's Weekly," July 13, 1861
published 1861
1996.7.10
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Filling Cartridges at the United States Arsenal, at Watertown, Massachusetts, published in "Harper's Weekly," July 20, 1861
published 1861
1996.7.11
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Homer, Winslow (after); Brady, Mathew B. (after); Loomis, G. H. (after)
Flag-Officer Stringham [photographed by Brady], Major-General Butler [photographed by Loomis, of Boston], and Bombardment of Forts Hatteras and Clark by the United States Fleet, under Flag-Officer Stringham, U.S.N., published in "Harper's Weekly," September 14, 1861
published 1861
1996.7.12
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Homer, Winslow (after)
A Night Reconnoissance on the Potomac, published in "Harper's Weekly," October 26, 1861
published 1861
1996.7.13
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The Songs of the War, published in "Harper's Weekly," November 23, 1861
published 1861
1996.7.14
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Christmas Boxes in Camp--Christmas, 1861, from "Harper's Weekly, January 4, 1862 cover"
1861
1996.7.15
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Our Army Before Yorktown, Virginia, published in "Harper's Weekly," May 3, 1862
published 1862
1996.7.16
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Homer, Winslow (after)
Charge of the first Massachusetts Regiment on a Rebel Rifle Pit Near Yorktown - Sketched by Mr. W. Homer, published in "Harper's Weekly," May 17, 1862
published 1862
1996.7.17
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The Union Cavalry and Artillery Starting in Pursuit of the Rebels Up the Yorktown Turnpike, published in "Harper's Weekly," May 17, 1861
published 1862
1996.7.19
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The Army of the Potomac-Our Outlying Picket in the Woods, published in "Harper's Weekly," June 7, 1862
published 1862
1996.7.20
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The War for the Union 1862. A Cavalry Charge., from "Harper's Weekly, July 5, 1862 (p 424-425)"
1862
1996.7.21
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The surgeon at Work at the Rear During an Engagement., from "Harper's Weekly, July 12, 1862 (p 436)"
1862
1996.7.22
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Homer, Winslow (after)
The War for the Union, 1862--A Bayonet Charge, published in "Harper's Weekly," July 12, 1862
published 1862
1996.7.23
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