Charles Archer (1855-1931) - Still life with Camelia and Primula sinensis, oil on canvas, 50,8 x 61 cm.
Nicolaes Pietersz Berghem (Dutch, 1620-1683) - Studies of a horse’s head, oil on canvas, 29 x 36,2 cm.
Johan Laurents Jensen (1800-1856) - Lilacs, Violets, Pansies, Hawthorn Cuttings, and Peonies on a Marble Ledge, 1832.
Young Husband: First Marketing, a 1854 painting by Lilly Martin Spencer. (at Metropolitan Museum of Art’s newly installed American-art galleries)
Hans Holbein (Hans Holbein the Younger) (c1497-1543), Portrait of Simon George, inscribed “S. George of Cornwall”. Black and coloured chalks, pen and brush and Indian ink on pink-primed paper, 28.1 × 19.3cm, Royal Collection, Windsor Castle
Frederic Edwin Church, Cayambe, 1858
From the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston:
Frederic Church achieved great renown in the nineteenth century for his heroic landscape paintings, among them Heart of the Andes (1859, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York), in which he combined on a ten-foot (three-meter) canvas details of lush vegetation with a sweeping vista of valleys, plains, a waterfall, a church, and mountains of the Ecuadoran Andean landscape, culminating in the snow-capped peak of Chimborazo. But Church also conveyed the grandeur of the South American landscape in smaller oil sketches, such as Cayambe. Painted after his second trip to Ecuador, Cayambe shows the volcano of the same name in the distance, behind a lake lined with luxuriant tropical foliage.
Wilhelm Leibl (German, 1844-1900), Zwei Hände mit stock [Two hands with walking stick], undated. Oil on canvas.
François-Emile Barraud, Palette et Pinceaux, c. 1928
Guido Reni, St. Sebastian, c. n/d