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Anoniem Zuidelijke Nederlanden (historische regio) ca. 1400
De geboorte, ca. 1400
Antwerp, Museum Mayer van den Bergh, inv./cat.nr. 374
De geboorte
Peter Paul Rubens
Christ holding the globe, ca. 1618
Antwerp, Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten Antwerpen, inv./cat.nr. 302
Christus met wereldbol in zijn handen
Gaspar de Crayer
De H. Maagd verschijnt aan de H. Dominicus, ca. 1650-1655
Antwerp, Sint-Pauluskerk (Antwerpen)
De H. Maagd verschijnt aan de H. Dominicus
Frans Francken (II)
Mankind’s eternal dilemma, the choice between virtue and vice, 1633 gedateerd
London, art dealer Johnny Van Haeften (London)
Het eeuwige dilemma van de mensheid, de keuze tussen deugd en ondeugd
Gerard de Lairesse
Allegory of Wisddom fostering the arts and sciences, ca. 1670
Sotheby's (New York City) 2013-06-06, nr. 38
Allegorie op de Wijsheid die de kunsten en wetenschap voortbrengt
attributed to Peter Paul Rubens
Portrait of Abraham Ortelius (1527-1598)
Antwerp, Museum Plantin-Moretus/Prentenkabinet, inv./cat.nr. V.IV.54
Portret van Abraham Ortelius (1527-1598)
Peter Paul Rubens
God the Father, na 1610
Galerie Saint-Luc 1881-04-11 - 1881-04-13, nr. 21
God de Vader
Cornelis Schut (I)
Geometria, ca. 1650
Antwerp, Stedelijk Prentenkabinet Antwerpen
Geometria
Cornelis Schut (I)
The Apotheosis of the Seven Liberal Arts, ca. 1650
Antwerp, Stedelijk Prentenkabinet Antwerpen
De Apotheose der Zeven Vrije Kunsten
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