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Title Artist Medium & Support Creation Date
Mastaba of Ti. Herd of cattle fording a canal.   EGYPTIAN OLD KINGDOM Anonymous     c. 2500 BCE 
Man pouring wine into barrel.   FRENCH ROMANESQUE Anonymous   Stone  c.1125 
La Main Chaud tapestryWoodcutters.Detail.   NETHERLANDISH RENAISSANCE Anonymous   Textiles  Early 16 c 
Tapestry of wool shearing.   NETHERLANDISH RENAISSANCE Anonymous   Textiles  c. 1500 
Rabbit hunting with ferrets.   NETHERLANDISH GOTHIC Anonymous   Textiles  1450-1475 
Spring.   GRIMMER Abel     c. 1592 
Vegetable Market with the Flight into Egypt (earth).   BEUCKELAER Joachim     1569 
Visit to the Farm. Detail: Figures on Left.   BRUEGHEL Pieter the younger     c. 1590-1637 
Visit to the Farm.   BRUEGHEL Pieter the younger     c. 1590-1637 
The Census at Bethlehem. Detail: Village in Winter.   BRUEGEL Pieter the elder     c. 1558-1569 
Peasant with cattle.   ROMAN IMPERIAL Anonymous     1 c 
Cimgador (man carrying pots).   COLIMA Anonymous   Terracotta  200 BCE-500 CE 
Fishing.   CARRACCI Annibale   Oil on Canvas  c, 1580-1599 
Fishing. Detail.   CARRACCI Annibale   Oil on Canvas  c, 1580-1599 
Madonna of the Rosary.   CARAVAGGIO Michelangelo Merisi da   Oil on Canvas  1606 
Calling the Cows Home.   MILLET Jean-François     1872 
Return of the Flock.   MILLET Jean-François   Chalk on Paper  1860-1865 
Peasant Walking with Chopping Knife and Stick.   VAN GOGH Vincent   Black chalk  September 1881 
Reaper.   VAN GOGH Vincent   Black chalk  August 1885 
Peasant Woman Stooping.   VAN GOGH Vincent   Black chalk  August 1885 
Satyr and Peasant.   STEEN Jan     Before 1679 
Fascist sculpture. Peasant with child.   ITALIAN Anonymous     c. 1930 
The Shepherdess.   BOUGUEREAU Adolphe William     1886 
The Shepherdess.   BOUGUEREAU Adolphe William     1889 
Wooded Landscape with Farms. Detail.   HOBBEMA Meindert   oil on canvas  c. 1665 

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