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The scarlet sunset, 1833 JMW Turner
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Girolamo Romani (Il Romanino), The Last Supper, 1535
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Giovanni Battista Caracciolo (Il Battistello), Madonna and Child, c. 1630s
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Giovanni Battista Salvi (Il Sassoferrato), Madonna and Child, 17th century
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Bartolomeo Gennari, Joseph and the Wife of Potiphar, 17th century
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Fra Bartolommeo, Christ Crowned with Thorns, 16th century
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Fra Bartolommeo, Madonna and Child, c. 1490s
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Alessandro Turchi (L’Orbetto), Christ and the Adulteress, 17th century
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Francesco Raibolini Francia, Madonna and Child with Saints Jerome and Francis, c. 1512-5
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Giovanni Antonio Bazzi (Il Sodoma), The Lamentation, c. 1502-3
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ivan konstantinovich aivazovsky acropolis of athens
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Vincent van Gogh Dutch, 1853-1890 Terrace and Observation Deck at the Moulin de Blute-Fin, Montmartre, early 1887 Oil on canvas, mounted on pressboard 17 1/8 x 13 in. (43.6 x 33 cm)
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Egon Schiele, Feld von Blumen (Field of Flowers), 1912
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Workshop of Lucas Cranach Lucas Cranach I - Henry V the Pious, Duke of Saxony
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serpents of Libya Faits des Romains, Paris ca. 1460-1465. BnF, Français 64, fol. 391v
Romains1

Sir E. Burne-Jones The Perseus Series The Doom Fulfilled 1884-85
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Augusto Giacometti - Adam and Eve 1907
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Around Wall Street, 1973 Leonera Carrington
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Workshop of Lucas Cranach Lucas Cranach I - Diptych Two Electors of Saxony - Johann Hard
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Kazimir Malevich, Girl, 1932
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”Grief” by Oskar Zwintscher {1898}
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Follower of Lucas Cranach the Elder The Martyrdom of Saint Catherine (16th century)
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A basilisk and two victims of its murderous gaze, c.1200-1225 Isn’t that a cockatrice? I’m just wondering because I thought basilisks had a serpentine form, please correct me if I’m wrong. In medieval Europe the basilisk began taking on the form and description of a cockerel/cockatrice. Kind of like dragons and wyverns descriptions eventually evolve and are incorporated into other grotesques. There is a lot of overlapping and grey areas with mythological creatures
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Fruits & Vegetables - Historic American Seed & Plant Catalogs from Smithsonian Institution Libraries
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1490 Albrect Durer (1471-1528) Margaret of Austria (the 10-year-old daughter of Emperor Maximilian I)
Durer1

Zdzisław Beksiński
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war elephant bestiary, England 13th century. Bodleian Library, MS. e Mus. 136, fol. 19v
Bestiary1

Saint Helena With The Cross by Lucas Cranach the Elder
CIN402946

Paul Signac: The Bonaventure Pine (1893)
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Hans Memling - The Virgin and Child with an Angel
The Virgin and Child with an Angel

Wyeth, Andrew
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Woman With a Necklace - Amedeo Modigliani
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Cologne, Unknown artist - Portrait of a Woman
Portrait of a Woman

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X-Men vs Magneto by Steve Rude
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Page from FANTASTIC FOUR ANNUAL #4 by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott
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Splash page to FANTASTIC FOUR #102 by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott. This was Kirby’s final regular issue on the title
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Splash page from STRANGE TALES #89 by Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers, featuring Fin Fang Foom
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Splash page from TEEN-AGE ROMANCES #84 by Jack Kirby and Vince Colletta
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Cover to MARVEL PREMIERE #30 featuring the Liberty Legion by Jack Kirby and Frank Giacoia
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Wolverine by Moebius
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    Pieter Brueghel The Younger (1564/1565-1636)

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    Scene from the Swedish West Coast Carl Wilhelm Wilhelmson - 1898

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    Cuno Amiet (Swiss, 1868-1961), Mineli, 1918

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