Anonymous author – Muslim and Christian playing chess. 13th century

By Goya – Eagle hunter

By Géricault – Boxers with spectators and a man’s head

By Lautrec, Toulouse – At the circus free horses

By Boccioni – Dynamism of a cyclist (Oblong feature)

Anonymous author – Raja smoking a hookah. India, Rajasthan, 19th century

By T.F. Simon – Henry Circus in Prague

By Grosz – Acrobats

By Fantin Latour – The toast

By Ter Borch – Two boys relieving themselves in the street

By Munch – Asleep

By Seurat – Man lying on a parapet

By Leger – Skating rink

By Bruegel, the Elder – Seated Burgher

By Matisse – Signac fishing and Derain swimming

By Bonnard – Preparatory sketch for ‘Coffee’

By Beuys – Witches spitting fire

By Piranesi – Studies of three men

By Schlemmer – Man running

By Jones, Inigo – Elephant with palanquin

By Botero – Gymnast

By Van Dyck, Anton – Figure with dog and figure with falcon

By Guercino – Young holding a cup and a carafe of wine

By Kirchner – Two women

By Kubin, Alfred – Descent in the gorge

By Muhammad Ali of Golconda – Poet in a garden

By Bantzer, Carl – Vesper on the field

By Cézanne – Bathers

By Daumier – The athlete

By Lautrec, Toulouse – Drinker

By T.F. Simon – Asian girl with parasol

By Renoir – A woman seated by a lake

By Fantin Latour – Inner with five women

By Pissarro – Group of characters under discussion, for a market study

By Seurat – The nanny

By Avercamp – Games on the ice in Kampen

By Riza-i ‘Abbasi – Lady with a mirror

By Keene, Charles S.- The seven ages at lawn tennis

By Rowlandson – Pantheon masquerade

By Fragonard – Fireworks

By Van Ostade – Untitled

By Matisse – Seated woman

By Bonnard – Preparatory sketch for ‘The bowl of milk’

By Dürer – The women’s bath

By Calder – Circus

By Watteau – Savoyard

By Bacon – Man on a bed

By myself – Two figures talking beside a bench


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