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Porcelain woman. Famille verte w/enamel.   QING DYNASTY Anonymous   Porcelain with enamel  1662-1722 
Woman dressed à la Turk with servant.   LIOTARD Jean-Etienne   Pastel on Parchment  1742-1743 
Woman at the organ tapestry. Detail.   FRENCH RENAISSANCE Anonymous   Textiles  c.1500 
Lady with the Unicorn tapestry.Hearing. Detail: Woman at the organ.   FRENCH RENAISSANCE Anonymous   Wool & Silk  c. 1500-1510 
Tapestry of a man with wine carrier & woman with fruit. Detail.   FRENCH RENAISSANCE Anonymous   Textiles  c.1500 
Tapestry of a woman doing needlepoint.   FRENCH RENAISSANCE Anonymous   Textiles  c.1500 
Sleeping Woman.   PENCZ Georg     1544 
Young woman at her toilet.   BEHAM Barthel     c. 1525-1540 
Portrait of a young woman.   BRUYN Bartholomaeus     c. 1515-1555 
Venetian lady.   DÜRER Albrecht   Ink on Paper  1495 
Apocalypse.Apocalyptic woman.   DÜRER Albrecht   Ink on Paper  1497-1498 
Portrait of a Woman.   LICINIO Bernardino     c. 1479-1565 
Young Woman & her Little Boy.   BRONZINO Agnolo     c. 1540 
Young Woman & Her Little Boy.   BRONZINO Agnolo   Oil on canvas  c. 1540 
Standing nude woman.   CORREGGIO     c. 1514-1534 
Caricature of Old Woman.   LEONARDO da Vinci     1480-1519 
Legend of the Profanation of the Host.Jewish woman purchases host. Detail.   UCCELLO Paolo     1467-1469 
St. Antonio (Il Santo). Arca di S. Antonio. Wall reliefs. Old woman.   SANSOVINO Jacopo     c. 1525 
Life of Christ predella.Christ & Woman of Samaria.   PERUGINO     c. 1500-1505 
Birth of the Virgin. Detail: Women.   CARNEVALE Fra   Oil  c.1467 
Portrait of a Woman.   PONTORMO Jacopo     1520-1529 
Portrait of a Young Woman.   POLLAIOLO Piero del   Tempera  c. 1460-1470 
Young woman at her toilet.   BELLINI Giovanni   Oil  1515 
Woman with a fur.   TITIAN   Oil  c.1535 
Lucretia.   VERONESE   Oil  1565-1570 

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