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Hans Holbein The Younger - Double Portrait of Sir Thomas Godsalve and His Son JohnDouble Portrait of Sir Thomas Godsalve and His Son JohnHans Holbein The Younger

Double Portrait of Sir Thomas Godsalve and His Son John (1528) is a artwork (oil and tempera on oak) by the German painter and printmaker Hans Holbein the Younger. The painting (35 × 36 cm) is in the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden.

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Giorgio De Chirico - The Prodigal SonThe Prodigal SonGiorgio De Chirico

The Prodigal Son (Italian: Il figliol prodigo) is a painting by the Greek-born Italian artist Giorgio de Chirico. It is painted in tempera on canvas and was completed in 1922 as de Chirico was in transition from the Metaphysical style of his earlier works to the neoclassicism he essayed in the 1920s...

Galleria d'Arte Moderna (Milan, Italy)
 
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Hans Holbein The Younger - Portrait of Edward, Prince of WalesPortrait of Edward, Prince of WalesHans Holbein The Younger

Portrait of Edward, Prince of Wales (1539) is artwork (Oil and tempera on oak) by the German painter and printmaker Hans Holbein the Younger. The painting (57 × 44 cm) is in the National gallery of Art, Washington, D. C..

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Aleksandr Deyneka - Portrait of a BoyPortrait of a BoyAleksandr Deyneka
30 x 24 cm, (1915)

Long conjectured to portray Alban Berg, who did not visit Gmunden in 1908, this nonetheless has clear affinities with those that Gerstl painted there, notably in its broad brushstrokes, subject representation and background. Since this displays a thinner application than the heavy paint deposits see...

 
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Bernhard Keil (Keyl) - Boy Warming himself over EmbersBoy Warming himself over EmbersBernhard Keil (Keyl)

'In his group portraits de Keyser follows the Amsterdam tradition of showing civic guards standing full-length. The result is not very satisfactorily. He is more original and successful in his small scale, full-length portraits of one or two figures in interiors surrounded by objects that allude to ...

Academy of Fine Arts Vienna (Vienna, Austria)