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Title Artist Medium & Support Creation Date
Grandfather's Birthday   Salentin, Hubert   Oil on canvas  ca. 1870 
Eine Gebirgsgegend bey Salzburg   Klotz, Simon Petrus   Lithograph on paper  1807 
Two Heads   Masaccio   Lithograph with tint stone on paper  1817 
Äolus die Winde einschliessend   Diepenbeeck, Abraham Jansz. van   Lithograph on paper  1810-1816 
The Holy Family Under the Apple tree   Rubens, Peter Paul   Etching on paper   
Abbildung der Apostel und Jünger Jesu Christi   German Artist, Unknown   Engraving on paper   
The Parable of the Lost Sheep   de Vos, Maerten   Engraving on paper   
Sommerreigen   Deiters, Hans   Color lithograph on paper  ca. 1905 
[The Seamstress], from the periodical "The Studio"   Orlik, Emil   Two-color woodcut on paper  1896 
A Smoker   Leibl, Wilhelm   Etching on paper   
Woman with Black Hair   Goetze, Otto   Etching on paper   
Portrait of a Man   Kriehuber, Josef   Lithograph on paper  1846 
Landscape with Tree   Halm, Peter von   Etching on paper   
Glacier des Bois   German Artist, Unknown   Lithograph on paper   
Member of the Democratic Women's Association   Höefelich, Ludwig Friedrich   Lithograph on paper   
We have one   German Artist, Unknown   Lithograph on paper  1848 
Adoration of the Christ Child   van Eyck, Jan   Tinted lithograph on paper  1817 
Jean Paul Richter   Meier, Friedrich   Lithograph with tint stone on paper  1825 
What's the weather?   Tidemande, Adolph   Lithograph on paper  1860 
The Gaze into the Void   Struck, Hermann   Etching on paper   
Leopold Friedrich Franz Nicolaus, Erbprinz zu Anhalt-Dessau   German Artist, Unknown   Lithograph on paper   
Man's Head   Leibl, Wilhelm   Etching on paper  1874 
Wayside Conversation   Shayer, William   Engraving on paper  ca. 1820-1866 
Before the Play   Goetze, Otto   Soft ground etching on paper   
Rising Fog   Kampmann, Gustav   Lithograph on paper  1898 

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