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Images Dated 19th September 2005 (page 2)

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Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: The Madonna of Canon van der Paele, 1436. Artist: Jan van Eyck

The Madonna of Canon van der Paele, 1436. Artist: Jan van Eyck
The Madonna of Canon van der Paele, 1436. Canon van der Paele is shown in the choir of the collegiate church of St. Donatian in Bruges

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: The Virgin and Child Jesus with Saint Bernard, 18th century. Artist: Paul Troger

The Virgin and Child Jesus with Saint Bernard, 18th century. Artist: Paul Troger
The Virgin and Child Jesus with Saint Bernard, 18th century. From the collection of the Museum of Fine Art, Budapest, Hungary

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Self Portrait with Straw Hat, 1887. Artist: Vincent van Gogh

Self Portrait with Straw Hat, 1887. Artist: Vincent van Gogh
Self-Portrait with Straw Hat, 1887

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Commander in Armour, with a Red Scarf, c1625-1627. Artist: Anthony van Dyck

Commander in Armour, with a Red Scarf, c1625-1627. Artist: Anthony van Dyck
Commander in Armour, with a Red Scarf, c1625-1627. From the collection at the Gemaeldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden, Germany

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: The Adventuress, c1717. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau

The Adventuress, c1717. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau
The Adventuress, c1717. From the collection of the Musee des Beaux-Arts, Troyes, France

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Parsifal in Quest of the Holy Grail, 1912. Artist: Ferdinand Leeke

Parsifal in Quest of the Holy Grail, 1912. Artist: Ferdinand Leeke
Parsifal in Quest of the Holy Grail, 1912

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Study, 18th century. Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

Study, 18th century. Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
Study, 18th century. From the collection of the Museum of Fine Art, Budapest, Hungary

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Study of a Man, 18th century. Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

Study of a Man, 18th century. Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
Study of a Man, 18th century. From the collection of the Museum of Fine Art, Budapest, Hungary

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Champagne, 19th century. Artist: Nicolas-Toussaint Charlet

Champagne, 19th century. Artist: Nicolas-Toussaint Charlet
Champagne, 19th century. A poster design for the Paul Frestier and Co Poster company

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Portrait of Countess Livia da Porto Thiene and her Daughter, c1551. Artist: Paolo Veronese

Portrait of Countess Livia da Porto Thiene and her Daughter, c1551. Artist: Paolo Veronese
Portrait of Countess Livia da Porto Thiene and her Daughter, c1551. From the collection of the Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore, U.S.A

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: The Patio, 19th century. Artist: Henri Achillo Zo

The Patio, 19th century. Artist: Henri Achillo Zo
The Patio, 19th century

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Woods Covered with Snow, 19th century. Artist: Frits Thaulow

Woods Covered with Snow, 19th century. Artist: Frits Thaulow
Woods Covered with Snow, 19th century

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Mezzetin, 1718-1720. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau

Mezzetin, 1718-1720. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau
Mezzetin (half-measure), 1718-1720. Mezzetin, a stock character of the commedia dell arte, the improvisational theater form of Italian origin

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: View of the Institute, 19th century. Artist: Charles Lapostolet

View of the Institute, 19th century. Artist: Charles Lapostolet
View of the Institute, 19th century. Set up in 1795 to encompass the four (and later) five Academies to promote the perfection of arts and sciences in an interdisciplinary manner in Paris

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Woman sitting and turned towards the right, c1716. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau

Woman sitting and turned towards the right, c1716. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau
Woman sitting and turned towards the right, c1716. From the collection of the Morgan Library, New York, U.S.A

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Ball at the Hotel de Ville, 1860. Artist: Eugene Louis Lami

Ball at the Hotel de Ville, 1860. Artist: Eugene Louis Lami
Ball at the Hotel de Ville, 1860

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: The Indifferent One, 1717. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau

The Indifferent One, 1717. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau
The Indifferent One, 1717. From the collection of the Louvre Museum, Paris, France

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Allegory of the Faith, c1670. Artist: Jan Vermeer

Allegory of the Faith, c1670. Artist: Jan Vermeer
Allegory of the Faith, c1670. Vermeers source derives from a standard handbook of iconography, Cesare Ripas Iconologia. Vermeer interpreted Ripas description of Faith with the world at her feet

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, 1435. Artist: Conrad Witz

King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, 1435. Artist: Conrad Witz
King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, 1435. In this panel from the Heilspiegel Altarpiece, Witz painted a gold background with filigree ornamentation and placed both his figures before it

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Architectural study, (1830-1905?). Artist: Adolph Menzel

Architectural study, (1830-1905?). Artist: Adolph Menzel
Architectural study, (1830-1905?). From the collection of the Museum of Fine Art, Budapest, Hungary

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: The Edges of the Seine, Paris, (1880-1924?). Artist: James Wilson Morrice

The Edges of the Seine, Paris, (1880-1924?). Artist: James Wilson Morrice
The Edges of the Seine, Paris, (1880-1924?). From the collection of the Musee d Orsay, Paris, France

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Peace and Justice, 16th century. Artist: Martin de Vos

Peace and Justice, 16th century. Artist: Martin de Vos
Peace and Justice, 16th century. From the collection of the State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Study of a woman seen from the back by Jean-Antoine Watteau, 1716-1718. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau

Study of a woman seen from the back by Jean-Antoine Watteau, 1716-1718. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau
Study of a woman seen from the back by Jean-Antoine Watteau, 1716-1718. This study is drawn from a live model. Watteau has used his favourite combination of black, red and white chalks

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Entry of the Duchess of Orleans in the garden of Tuileries, 1841. Artist: Eugene Louis Lami

Entry of the Duchess of Orleans in the garden of Tuileries, 1841. Artist: Eugene Louis Lami
Entry of the Duchess of Orleans in the garden of Tuileries, 1841. The artist evokes a festival on June 4, 1837 in the honor of Helene de Mecklembourg, who had just married the Duke of Orleans

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Artist studio scene, (1680-1720?). Artist: Gerard Thomas

Artist studio scene, (1680-1720?). Artist: Gerard Thomas
Artist studio scene, (1680-1720?). Private collection

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Sunflowers, 1889. Artist: Vincent van Gogh

Sunflowers, 1889. Artist: Vincent van Gogh
Sunflowers, 1889. One of four paintings of sunflowers by Vincent van Gogh. From the collection of Yasuda Kasai Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Christ on the Cross, 17th century. Artist: Hermann Weyer

Christ on the Cross, 17th century. Artist: Hermann Weyer
Christ on the Cross, 17th century. From the collection of the Museum of Fine Art, Budapest, Hungary

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Heavenly scene, 18th century. Artist: Jacob de Wit

Heavenly scene, 18th century. Artist: Jacob de Wit
Heavenly scene, 18th century

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Old Man Kindling Wood, 1881. Artist: Vincent van Gogh

Old Man Kindling Wood, 1881. Artist: Vincent van Gogh
Old Man Kindling Wood, 1881. From the collection of the Rijksmuseum, Kroller-Muller, Holland

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: The Autumn, 1738. Artist: Nicolas Lancret

The Autumn, 1738. Artist: Nicolas Lancret
The Autumn, 1738. From the collection of the Louvre Museum, Paris, France

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Womans Head, 1780. Artist: Marie Louise Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun

Womans Head, 1780. Artist: Marie Louise Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun
Womans Head, or Peace Reaping Abundance, 1780. From the collection of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Landscape with Bridge, 1550. Artist: Hans Sebald Lautensack

Landscape with Bridge, 1550. Artist: Hans Sebald Lautensack
Landscape with Bridge, 1550. From the collection of the Museum of Fine Art, Budapest, Hungary

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: The Tuileries Gardens, 1858. Artist: William Wyld

The Tuileries Gardens, 1858. Artist: William Wyld
The Tuileries Gardens, Paris, France, 1858. Ffrom the collection of Victoria and Albert Museum, London, United Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: The Marriage at Cana, 1596-1597. Artist: Martin de Vos

The Marriage at Cana, 1596-1597. Artist: Martin de Vos
The Marriage at Cana, 1596-1597. The painting shows Christs first miracle. When the wine ran out at a wedding at which Jesus and his mother were guests

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Tapestry, 1715-1716 Artist: Charles le Brun

Tapestry, 1715-1716 Artist: Charles le Brun
Tapestry, 1715-1716. Director of the Gobelins tapestry manufactory, Charles Le Brun, French Baroque Era Painter, 1619-1690. Silk and wool, H: 11 ft. 4 1/2 in.; W: 8 ft. 9 1/4 in

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Nymph and Satyr, c1715. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau

Nymph and Satyr, c1715. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau
Nymph and Satyr, c1715. From the collection of the Louvre, Paris, France

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Nude woman sitting on a chaise longue, putting on her shirt, 18th century

Nude woman sitting on a chaise longue, putting on her shirt, 18th century. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau
Nude woman sitting on a chaise longue, putting on her shirt, 18th century. From the collection of the British Museum, London, Great Britain

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Studio Interior, 1845. Artist: Octave Tassaert

Studio Interior, 1845. Artist: Octave Tassaert
Studio Interior, 1845. From the collection of the Musee du Louvre, Paris, France

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Wealth, 1640. Artist: Simon Vouet

Wealth, 1640. Artist: Simon Vouet
Wealth, 1640. A large serpentine figure of a woman draped in fabric is seated in front of an imposing architectural background

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: The Comtesse de Selve Making Music, detail, 1787. Artist: Adelaide Labille-Guiard

The Comtesse de Selve Making Music, detail, 1787. Artist: Adelaide Labille-Guiard
The Comtesse de Selve Making Music, detail, 1787. At the Salon of 1787, Labille-Guiard exhibited a work which was identified only as Madame de *** faisant de la musique

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Convoi d lsabeau de Baviere, 19th century. Artist: Jean Truchot

Convoi d lsabeau de Baviere, 19th century. Artist: Jean Truchot
Convoi d lsabeau de Baviere, 19th century. Isabel was Queen Consort of France (1385-1422) after marrying Charles VI of France, but as the King of France was insane

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Portrait of a Lady, 1460. Artist: Rogier Van der Weyden

Portrait of a Lady, 1460. Artist: Rogier Van der Weyden
Portrait of a Lady, 1460. The costume suggests a date after 1460, perhaps around 1466. It also suggests that the sitter is a gentlewoman, rather than a member of the nobility

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Two studies of a young womans head, 1716-18. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau

Two studies of a young womans head, 1716-18. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau
Two studies of a young womans head, 1716-18. From the collection of the British Museum, London, United Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Illustration for the play Whims of Marianne, 1851. Artist: Eugene Louis Lami

Illustration for the play Whims of Marianne, 1851. Artist: Eugene Louis Lami
Illustration for the play Whims of Marianne, 1851. Alfred de Mussets tragedy is about a young woman who heartlessly ignores a passionate suitor, only to change her tune when he finally gives up on her

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Young woman, nude, holding one foot in her hands, 1716-18. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau

Young woman, nude, holding one foot in her hands, 1716-18. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau
Young woman, nude, holding one foot in her hands, 1716-18. From the collection of the British Museum, London, United Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Study, 1716-1718. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau

Study, 1716-1718. Artist: Jean-Antoine Watteau
Study, 1716-1718. From the collection of the British Museum, London, United Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: St Jacques, 18th century. Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

St Jacques, 18th century. Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
St Jacques, 18th century. From the collection of the Museum of Fine Art, Budapest, Hungary

Background imageImages Dated 19th September 2005: Study, (1715-1739?). Artist: Pierre Charles Tremolieres

Study, (1715-1739?). Artist: Pierre Charles Tremolieres
Study, (1715-1739?)



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