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Charles Philip Slocombe (English, 1832-1895), Francis Seymour Haden (English, 1818-1910), Henri Toussaint (French, 1849-1911), Hubert Herkomer (English, born Bavaria, 1849-1914), Paul Adolphe Rajon (French, 1843-1888), after George Paul Chalmers (Scottish, 1833-1878), and Charles Murray (English, 1842-1924)
after John MacWhirter (Scottish, 1839-1911), Leon Richeton (French, 1854-1934), Erskine Nicol (Scottish, 1825-1904), Samuel Palmer (English, 1805-1881), Alphonse Legros (French, 1837-1911), Félix François Louis Dupont (French, 1848-1897), Jules Adolphe Breton (French, 1827-1906), Alfred-Louis, Brunet-Debaines (French, 1845-c. 1935), Léopold Lowenstam (Dutch, 1842-1898), Leopold Flameng (French, born Belgium, 1831-1911), John Gilbert (English, 1817-1897), Philip Gilbert Hamerton (English, 1834-1891), M. Dujardin (French, active 1880-1895), George Dunlop Leslie (English, 1835-1921), James McNeill Whistler (American, 1834-1903), Abel Lurat (French, 1829-1890), Anatole Vely (French, 1838-1882), Frederick Albert Slocombe (English, 1847-1920), François Feyen-Perrin (French, 1826-1888), and John Dawson Watson (English, 1832-1892)
written by S.G.W. (Samuel Greene Wheeler) Benjamin (English, 1837-1914)
published by Dodd Mead & Company (American, 20th century)
A Group of Etchers, 1882
Jan van Vianen (Dutch, c. 1660-1726), Jan Goeree (Dutch, 1670-1731), and Pieter Stevens van Gunst (Dutch, 1659-c. 1724)
written by Phaedrus (15 B.C.-50 A.D.) and additional text by David van Hoogstraten (Dutch, 1658-1724)
published by Francisci Halmae (Dutch, 18th century)
Aesop's Fables by Phaedrus (Phaedri Augusti Liberti Fabularum Aesopiarum), 1701
Anton Tischler (Austrian, 1721-1780), Jacob Matthias Schmutzer (Austrian, 1733-1811), and Johann Ernst Mansfeld (Czech, 1739-1796)
poetry by Pietro Metastasio (Italian, 1698-1782)
composed by Johann Adolf Hasse (German, 1699-1783)
Alcide al Bivio (Hercules at the Crossroads), 1760
Alphabet
Lucas Kilian
German, 1579-1637
Alphabet, 1627
Book of Hours
Netherlandish (Utrecht)
closely related to the early work of the so-called Master of Zweder van Culemborg (Netherlandish, active 1420-1440)
Book of Hours, c. 1420 (20th century binding)
Netherlandish (Leiden)
related to the so-called Master of Hugo Janz Van Worden (Netherlandish, active 1480-1485)
Belgian binder
Book of Hours, 1480/85 (19th century binding)
Netherlandish
American binding
Book of Hours, c. 1455 (early 20th century binding)
Jost Amman (Swiss, 1539-1591)
written by Barthélemy de Chasseneuz (French, c. 1480-1541)
published by Sigmund Feyerabend (German, c. 1527-1590)
printed by Georg Corvinus (German, died 1580)
Catalogue of the Glory of the World, by Barthélemy de Chasseneuz, Including the Waters of the Legion in the Senate of Governor, Judges, and of the Illustrious (Catalogus Gloriae Mundi D. Bartholomaei Cassanaei, Burgundi, apud Aquas Sextias in Senatu Decuriae Praesidis, ac Viri Clarissimi), 1579
Max Beckmann (German, 1884-1950)
written by Lili von Braunbehrens (German, 1894-1982)
published by R. Piper & Co. (German, 20th century)
printed by Dr. C. Wolf & Sohn (German, 20th century)
City Night (Stadtnacht), 1921
Northern France or Flanders
American binding
Cycle of Old and New Testament Images, Possibly Prefatory Cycle for a Psalter, c. 1250 (bound 2003)
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