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Big Fish Eat Little Fish
Pieter van der Heyden (Flemish, c. 1530–after 1584)
after Pieter Bruegel, the elder (Flemish, 1525/30–1569)
published by Hieronymus Cock (Flemish, c. 1510–1570)
Big Fish Eat Little Fish, 1557
Adam and Eve
Albrecht Dürer
German, 1471-1528
Adam and Eve, 1504
Armed Four-Master Sailing Towards a Port, from The Sailing Vessels
Frans Huys (Flemish, c. 1522-1562)
after Pieter Bruegel, the elder (Flemish, 1525/30-1569)
published by Hieronymus Cock (Flemish, c. 1510–1570)
Armed Four-Master Sailing Towards a Port, from The Sailing Vessels, c. 1560-62, published 1665
Alphabet Deaf (Still) and (Always) Blind
E. L. T. Mesens
Belgian, 1903-1971
Alphabet Deaf (Still) and (Always) Blind, 1957
Adam and Eve (The Fall of Man)
Lucas van Leyden
Netherlandish, 1494-1533
Adam and Eve (The Fall of Man), c. 1514
Christopher Columbus, frontispiece from volume 5 of Theodor de Bry's America
Attributed to Johann Theodor de Bry (German, 1561-1623)
after Sebastiano del Piombo (Italian, c. 1485-1547)
Christopher Columbus, frontispiece from volume 5 of Theodor de Bry's America, 1595
Christ before the High Priest Annas, from a Plenarium
German Painter
Christ before the High Priest Annas, from a Plenarium, about 1470
Allegory of Marital Strife
Pieter Serwouters (Flemish, 1586-1657)
after David Vinckboons I (Flemish, 1576-1632)
Allegory of Marital Strife, 1607
Christ, after His Transfiguration, Exorcises the Devil from the Lunatic, from Leven Christi (Life of Christ), Plate 44 from Woodcuts from Books of the 15th Century
Unknown Artist (Gouda or Antwerp, late 15th century)
printed and published by Pieter van Os (Netherlandish, active c. 1479-1496)
original text by Ludolphus de Saxonia (German, c. 1295–1378)
portfolio text by Wilhelm Ludwig Schreiber (German, 1855–1932)
Christ, after His Transfiguration, Exorcises the Devil from the Lunatic, from Leven Christi (Life of Christ), Plate 44 from Woodcuts from Books of the 15th Century, 1495, portfolio assembled 1929
Air, plate two from The Four Elements
Jan van de Velde II (Dutch, c.1593-1641)
after Willem Buytewech (Dutch, 1591/92-1624)
Air, plate two from The Four Elements, 1622
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