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Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany

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The Hulsenbeck Children 1805-06 - Philipp Otto Runge
The Hulsenbeck Children 1805-06 - Philipp Otto Runge
 
Aeneas
Aeneas's Farewell to Dido in Carthago 1676 - Claude Lorrain (Gellee)
 
The Genius of France between Liberty and Death - Jean-Baptiste Regnault
The Genius of France between Liberty and Death - Jean-Baptiste Regnault
 
The Sea of Ice 1824 - Caspar David Friedrich
The Sea of Ice 1824 - Caspar David Friedrich
 
Adolf Gottlieb Friedrich Reading 1802 - Caspar David Friedrich
Adolf Gottlieb Friedrich Reading 1802 - Caspar David Friedrich
 
Ossian Awakening the Spirits on the Banks of the Lora with the Sound of his Harp after 1801 - Baron Francois Gerard
Ossian Awakening the Spirits on the Banks of the Lora with the Sound of his Harp after 1801 - Baron Francois Gerard
 
Wreck in the Sea of Ice 1798 - Caspar David Friedrich
Wreck in the Sea of Ice 1798 - Caspar David Friedrich
 
Self-Portrait 1784 - Asmus Jakob Carstens
Self-Portrait 1784 - Asmus Jakob Carstens
 
Neubrandenburg in Flames (Sunrise near Neubrandenburg) c. 1835 - Caspar David Friedrich
Neubrandenburg in Flames (Sunrise near Neubrandenburg) c. 1835 - Caspar David Friedrich
 
Self Portrait With Cap And Sighting Eye Shield 1802 - Caspar David Friedrich
Self Portrait With Cap And Sighting Eye Shield 1802 - Caspar David Friedrich
 
New Church in Delft with the Tomb of Willem the Silent 1650 - Gerard Houckgeest
New Church in Delft with the Tomb of Willem the Silent 1650 - Gerard Houckgeest
 
Still-life 1666-68 - Samuel Van Hoogstraten
Still-life 1666-68 - Samuel Van Hoogstraten
 
Flora - Jan Massys
Flora - Jan Massys
 
Landscape with Pavilion c. 1797 - Caspar David Friedrich
Landscape with Pavilion c. 1797 - Caspar David Friedrich
 
Carrying the Cross (detail) 1523-24 - Matthias Grunewald (Mathis Gothardt)
Carrying the Cross (detail) 1523-24 - Matthias Grunewald (Mathis Gothardt)
 
The Lesson of the Nightingale 1804-05 - Philipp Otto Runge
The Lesson of the Nightingale 1804-05 - Philipp Otto Runge
 

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The Quarrel of Oberon and Titania 1849 - Sir Joseph Noel Paton
The Quarrel of Oberon and Titania 1849 - Sir Joseph Noel Paton
The Three Ages of Man 1511-12 - Tiziano Vecellio (Titian)
The Three Ages of Man 1511-12 - Tiziano Vecellio (Titian)
Ariel and Caliban, 1837 - David Scott
Ariel and Caliban, 1837 - David Scott
Mars and Venus with Cupid and a Dog - Paolo Veronese (Caliari)
Mars and Venus with Cupid and a Dog - Paolo Veronese (Caliari)
An Allegory with a Boy Lighting a Candle in the Company of an Ape and a Fool (Fábula) 1589-92 - El Greco (Domenikos Theotokopoulos)
An Allegory with a Boy Lighting a Candle in the Company of an Ape and a Fool (Fábula) 1589-92 - El Greco (Domenikos Theotokopoulos)
Christ in the House of Martha and Mary 1654-55 - Jan Vermeer Van Delft
Christ in the House of Martha and Mary 1654-55 - Jan Vermeer Van Delft
Niagara Falls, 1867 - Frederic Edwin Church
Niagara Falls, 1867 - Frederic Edwin Church
Albrecht Dürer on the Balcony of his House 1854 - William Bell Scott
Albrecht Dürer on the Balcony of his House 1854 - William Bell Scott
Mrs. Wilbraham Bootle, 1781 - George Romney
Mrs. Wilbraham Bootle, 1781 - George Romney
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