Old Masters

The term ‘Old Masters’ refers to prominent European artists and artist workshops active between the Renaissance and 1800. This category encompasses artists working in a range of styles and movements, including Dutch Realism, Rococo, Neoclassicism, and Mannerism.

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Albrecht Dürer
THE ADORATION OF THE LAMB (The Hymn of the Chosen)
circa 1496-1497
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Jean Guillaume Moitte
Allegory of music and poetry
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Charles Mellin
The Assumption of the Virgin
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François Boucher
A putto
circa 1750
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Émile Bernard
Bretonne assise sur un muret
1886
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Thomas Luny
Indiamen at Anchor off Saint Helena
1788
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Filippo Bartolini
Bargaining for a Carpet
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Otto Pilny
View of the El Mnayyad Mosque, Cairo
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