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De Young Museum, San Francisco

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Roman Fish Market Arch of Octavius - Albert Bierstadt
Roman Fish Market Arch of Octavius - Albert Bierstadt
 
Still Life with Ducks and Vegetables - Thomas Hill
Still Life with Ducks and Vegetables - Thomas Hill
 
A Broadside of Mount Tamalpais - William Keith
A Broadside of Mount Tamalpais - William Keith
 
Mount Tallac from Lake Tahoe - Thomas Hill
Mount Tallac from Lake Tahoe - Thomas Hill
 
Easter Morning Portrait at a New York Window - Frederick Childe Hassam
Easter Morning Portrait at a New York Window - Frederick Childe Hassam
 
Scene in the Artic - William Bradford
Scene in the Artic - William Bradford
 
The Niagara River at the Cataract - Gustavus Grunewald
The Niagara River at the Cataract - Gustavus Grunewald
 
Philip Hone - John Wesley Jarvis
Philip Hone - John Wesley Jarvis
 
Innocence - George Luks
Innocence - George Luks
 
The Steamship Syracuse - James Bard
The Steamship Syracuse - James Bard
 
View of Mount Vernon - Ferdinand Richardt
View of Mount Vernon - Ferdinand Richardt
 

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Museum of the day: National Gallery, London, England

The Ugly Duchess 1525-30 - Quinten Metsys
The Ugly Duchess 1525-30 - Quinten Metsys
Juno Discovering Jupiter with Io 1618 - Pieter Pietersz. Lastman
Juno Discovering Jupiter with Io 1618 - Pieter Pietersz. Lastman
Dido Receiving Aeneas and Cupid Disguised as Ascanius 1720s - Francesco Solimena
Dido Receiving Aeneas and Cupid Disguised as Ascanius 1720s - Francesco Solimena
Man and Woman Sitting at the Virginal 1658-60 - Gabriel Metsu
Man and Woman Sitting at the Virginal 1658-60 - Gabriel Metsu
The Hay Wain, 1821 - John Constable
The Hay Wain, 1821 - John Constable
Allegory (or The Knight's Dream) -  Raphael
Allegory (or The Knight's Dream) - Raphael
The Shrimp Girl c. 1740 - William Hogarth
The Shrimp Girl c. 1740 - William Hogarth
Still Life An Allegory of the Vanities of Human Life, c.1640 - Harmen van Steenwyck
Still Life An Allegory of the Vanities of Human Life, c.1640 - Harmen van Steenwyck
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