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Insects

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Cherry Blossom, Dragonfly and Butterfly - Anonymous Artist
Cherry Blossom, Dragonfly and Butterfly - Anonymous Artist
 
Bilalang Gambur, Cicada, Koombang Kerbo, Koombang Gajah, Scaraboeus Beetle, Ucanucang, from
Bilalang Gambur, Cicada, Koombang Kerbo, Koombang Gajah, Scaraboeus Beetle, Ucanucang, from 'Drawings of Animals, Insects and Reptiles from Malacca', c.1805-18 - Anonymous Artist
 
The Head of Medusa c. 1617 - Peter Paul Rubens
The Head of Medusa c. 1617 - Peter Paul Rubens
 
Still life depicting flowers, shells and insects - Balthasar Van Der Ast
Still life depicting flowers, shells and insects - Balthasar Van Der Ast
 
Butterflies and Insects c. 1655 - Jan van Kessel
Butterflies and Insects c. 1655 - Jan van Kessel
 
Bouquet of Flowers - Peter Paul Binoit
Bouquet of Flowers - Peter Paul Binoit
 
Ooang Keta, from
Ooang Keta, from 'Drawings of Animals, Insects and Reptiles from Malacca', c.1805-18 - Anonymous Artist
 
South African Insects - Stephen Briggs Carlil
South African Insects - Stephen Briggs Carlil
 
Boorong Mooray, from
Boorong Mooray, from 'Drawings of Birds from Malacca', c.1805-18 - Anonymous Artist
 
Tulips, irises, pink and white roses, narcissi, primroses and other flowers in a stone vase with butterflies, a caterpillar, a snail - Peter Paul Binoit
Tulips, irises, pink and white roses, narcissi, primroses and other flowers in a stone vase with butterflies, a caterpillar, a snail - Peter Paul Binoit
 
Still life depicting flowers, shells and a dragonfly - Balthasar Van Der Ast
Still life depicting flowers, shells and a dragonfly - Balthasar Van Der Ast
 
Still-Life with Fruit - Luis Paret Y Alcazar
Still-Life with Fruit - Luis Paret Y Alcazar
 
Insects, from
Insects, from 'Drawings of Animals, Insects and Reptiles from Malacca', c.1805-18 - Anonymous Artist
 
Still-Life with Cherries and Strawberries in China Bowls 1608 - Osias, the Elder Beert
Still-Life with Cherries and Strawberries in China Bowls 1608 - Osias, the Elder Beert
 
The Intruder - Lilian Cheviot
The Intruder - Lilian Cheviot
 
Still-life 2 - Osias, the Elder Beert
Still-life 2 - Osias, the Elder Beert
 
Oodang Katik la-ote, from
Oodang Katik la-ote, from 'Drawings of Animals, Insects and Reptiles from Malacca', c.1805-18 - Anonymous Artist
 

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Astarte Syriaca (Syrian Astarte) - Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Astarte Syriaca (Syrian Astarte) - Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Albanian Olive Pickers - John Singer Sargent
Albanian Olive Pickers - John Singer Sargent
The Hireling Shepherd - William Holman Hunt
The Hireling Shepherd - William Holman Hunt
Salome with the Head of John the Baptist - Massimo Stanzione
Salome with the Head of John the Baptist - Massimo Stanzione
Silver Favorites - Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema
Silver Favorites - Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema
Early Lovers, 1858 - Frederick Smallfield, A.R.W.S.
Early Lovers, 1858 - Frederick Smallfield, A.R.W.S.
The Lost Bird, 1883 - Marcus Stone
The Lost Bird, 1883 - Marcus Stone
Heidelberg: Sunset, c.1840-42 - Joseph Mallord William Turner
Heidelberg: Sunset, c.1840-42 - Joseph Mallord William Turner
The Waters of Lethe by the PLains of Elysium - John Roddam Spencer Stanhope
The Waters of Lethe by the PLains of Elysium - John Roddam Spencer Stanhope
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