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World of Dreams (1876). Lady Laura Theresa Alma-Tadema (English, 1852-1909). Oil on canvas.Lady Laura Theresa Alma-Tadema was one of the leading painters of the English salon painting of her day. She was a student and the second wife of Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema. She specialised in highly sentimental domestic and genre scenes of women and children, often in Dutch 17th-century settings and style.

World of Dreams Lady Laura Theresa Alma-Tadema (English, Oil on canvas.Lady Laura Theresa Alma-Tadema was one of the leading painters of the English salon painting of her day. She was a student and the second wife of Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema.

The Meagre Company, detail, 1633-37 Frans Hals

The company of Captain Reinier Reael and Lieutenant Cornelis Michielsz. Blaeuw, known as the ‘Meagre Company’ (detail) - Frans Hals. Seventeenth century fellas really made the effort.

KING EDWARD VI - HEIR OF HENRY VIII AND QUEEN JANE SEYMOUR - 17th CENTURY OIL PAINTING.  IT'S BEAUTIFUL.

King Edward VI - Heir of Henry VIII and Queen Jane Seymour - century oil painting.

Mary I, daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon; sister of Edward VI and Elizabeth I

Queen Mary I, "Bloody Mary" - queen of England from the daughter of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon.

English School, early 17th century | Lot | Sotheby's  PORTRAIT OF A GIRL

English School, Portrait of a Girl holding a Rose, early century, Sotheby's

Portrait of a young Cavalier, possibly Edward Bowar, from Treasurer's House, York, England - English arist, 17th century

Cavalier style In the century in the Cavalier period the He is wearing waistcoat with black breeches and white stockings. He is also showing white flat ruffs.Portrait of a young Cavalier.

Anglo-Dutch School, 17th Century - A portrait of a... on MutualArt.com

Anglo Dutch School, circa 1615 A portrait of a lady, three-quarter length, wearing a black dress 45 x 31 x

The Bird of Self Knowledge. (It makes me think of Labyrinth. "It's so stimulating being your head!")

This painting (oil on wood) from the last third of the century alludes to the popular proverb "Nimm dich selbst bei der Nase" ("take yourself by your nose"). It's also called "Vogel Selbsterkenntnis" (Bird of self-knowledge).

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