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Pocahontas saving the life of Captain John Smith, c.1836-40 - John Gadsby Chapman
Pocahontas saving the life of Captain John Smith, c.1836-40 - John Gadsby Chapman
 
The O-Kee-Pa self-torture religious ceremony of the Mandan tribe, from a painting of c.1835 - George Catlin
The O-Kee-Pa self-torture religious ceremony of the Mandan tribe, from a painting of c.1835 - George Catlin
 
Osceola or
Osceola or 'Rising Sun', a Seminole Leader, 1838, illustration from 'The Indian Tribes of North America - George Catlin
 
'Mint', a Mandan Indian girl, 1832 - George Catlin
 
Sioux Buffalo Dance - George Catlin
Sioux Buffalo Dance - George Catlin
 
A Mandan tribal dance representing
A Mandan tribal dance representing 'Day' and 'Night', from a painting of c.1835 - George Catlin
 
De Tonty Suing for Peace in the Iroquois Village in January 1680, 1847-48 - George Catlin
De Tonty Suing for Peace in the Iroquois Village in January 1680, 1847-48 - George Catlin
 
The Wild West Show at West Brompton, 1887 - John Charlton
The Wild West Show at West Brompton, 1887 - John Charlton
 
'White Cloud', Head Chief of the Iowas, 1844-45 - George Catlin
 
Warrior of the Crow Tribe - George Catlin
Warrior of the Crow Tribe - George Catlin
 
'Chief Wolf on the Hill' and his wife 'She who Bathed her Knees', 1841 - George Catlin
 
'Buffalo Bull' and 'the Big Elk', 1841 - George Catlin
 
Catching Wild Horses on the Plains - George Catlin
Catching Wild Horses on the Plains - George Catlin
 
Red Indians using the Travois - George Catlin
Red Indians using the Travois - George Catlin
 
Hunting buffalo on snow-shoes - George Catlin
Hunting buffalo on snow-shoes - George Catlin
 
'The Owl', c.1832 - George Catlin
 
Buffalo bull protecting calf and mother under attack - George Catlin
Buffalo bull protecting calf and mother under attack - George Catlin
 
Mato-Tope, second chief of the Mandan people in 1833 - George Catlin
Mato-Tope, second chief of the Mandan people in 1833 - George Catlin
 
A Game played by the natives of California, from
A Game played by the natives of California, from 'Voyage Pittoresque Autour du Monde' 1822 - (After) Choris, Ludwig (Louis)
 
Joc-O-Sot, 1844 - George Catlin
Joc-O-Sot, 1844 - George Catlin
 
Portrait of Osceola (1804-38) - George Catlin
Portrait of Osceola (1804-38) - George Catlin
 
The White Buffalo, c.1840 - George Catlin
The White Buffalo, c.1840 - George Catlin
 
Sioux mother and baby, c.1830 - George Catlin
Sioux mother and baby, c.1830 - George Catlin
 
North American Indians - George Catlin
North American Indians - George Catlin
 
Pawnee Warriors, c.1832 - George Catlin
Pawnee Warriors, c.1832 - George Catlin
 
Missouri prairie fire - George Catlin
Missouri prairie fire - George Catlin
 
Crow Indian Pa-Ris-Ka-Roo-Pa,
Crow Indian Pa-Ris-Ka-Roo-Pa, 'The Two Crows' - George Catlin
 
Buffalo Dance, c.1832 - George Catlin
Buffalo Dance, c.1832 - George Catlin
 
Ritual dance of the natives of California, at the Mission of San Francisco, from
Ritual dance of the natives of California, at the Mission of San Francisco, from 'Voyage Pittoresque Autour du Monde' - (After) Choris, Ludwig (Louis)
 
Mandan Archery Contest, c.1832 - George Catlin
Mandan Archery Contest, c.1832 - George Catlin
 
North American Indian, from
North American Indian, from 'Modes et Costumes Historiques', 1862 - Cartias
 
Monchousia(White Plume) Kansa 1822 - Charles Bird King
Monchousia(White Plume) Kansa 1822 - Charles Bird King
 
Petalesharro (Generous Chief) Pawnee 1822 - Charles Bird King
Petalesharro (Generous Chief) Pawnee 1822 - Charles Bird King
 

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The Peacock Skirt, illustration for the English edition of `Salome' by Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) 1893 - Aubrey Vincent Beardsley
The Peacock Skirt, illustration for the English edition of `Salome' by Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) 1893 - Aubrey Vincent Beardsley
The Stomach Dance, from 'Salome' by Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) 1893 - Aubrey Vincent Beardsley
The Stomach Dance, from 'Salome' by Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) 1893 - Aubrey Vincent Beardsley
The Rape of Ganymede c. 1533 -  Michelangelo Buonarroti
The Rape of Ganymede c. 1533 - Michelangelo Buonarroti
The Dancer's Reward, illustration from 'Salome' by Oscar Wilde, pub. 1894 - Aubrey Vincent Beardsley
The Dancer's Reward, illustration from 'Salome' by Oscar Wilde, pub. 1894 - Aubrey Vincent Beardsley
Study for The Golden Age - Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
Study for The Golden Age - Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
Waterfall in a Mountainous Northern Landscape 1665 - Jacob Van Ruisdael
Waterfall in a Mountainous Northern Landscape 1665 - Jacob Van Ruisdael
How Sir Tristram Drank of the Love Drink - Aubrey Vincent Beardsley
How Sir Tristram Drank of the Love Drink - Aubrey Vincent Beardsley
Adoration of the Magi (from the predella of the Roverella Polyptych) 1474 - Cosme Tura
Adoration of the Magi (from the predella of the Roverella Polyptych) 1474 - Cosme Tura
Madame Frederic Reiset - Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
Madame Frederic Reiset - Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
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