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Madonna

By Romano, G. - Madonna playing with the child

By Romano, G. – Madonna playing with the child

By Parmigianino - The madonna cares the child

By Parmigianino – The madonna cares the child

By Raphael - The madonna with a laughing child

By Raphael – The madonna with a laughing child

By Van der Weyden, R. - Seated virgin of curly hair

By Van der Weyden, R. – Seated virgin of curly hair

By Barocci, F.- The pale face of the madonna

By Barocci, F.- The pale face of the madonna

By Fra Bartolomeo - Unknown title

By Fra Bartolomeo – Unknown title

By Feuerbach, Anselm Friedrich - Mary and child

By Feuerbach, Anselm Friedrich – Mary and child

By Rembrandt - The virgin and the child with the cat and snake

By Rembrandt – The virgin and the child with the cat and snake

By Parmigianino - The madonna with a lying child

By Parmigianino – The madonna with a lying child

By Michelangelo - Sketches and life studies for The Taddei Madonna

By Michelangelo – Sketches and life studies for The Taddei Madonna

By Barocci - Sketches to his work Immaculate Virgin

By Barocci – Sketches to his work Immaculate Virgin

By Tiepolo - Unknown title

By Tiepolo – Unknown title

By Piombo del, S. - Study of a madonna's head

By Piombo del, S. – Study of a madonna’s head

By Guardi - Virgin with child

By Guardi – Virgin with child

By Rubens - Unknown title

By Rubens – Unknown title

By Burne Jones, E. - Drapery studies for madonna

By Burne Jones, E. – Drapery studies for madonna

By Da Vinci - Madonna with the child

By Da Vinci – Madonna with the child

By Murillo - The child on the lap of the madonna

By Murillo – The child on the lap of the madonna

By Sirani, Elisabetta - Unknown title

By Sirani, Elisabetta – Unknown title

By Van Eyck, Jan - Virgin of the fountain

By Van Eyck, Jan – Virgin of the fountain

By Montagna, Bartolomeo - Madonna with the child

By Montagna, Bartolomeo – Madonna with the child

By Ligozzi, J. - The treetop's madonna

By Ligozzi, J. – The treetop’s madonna

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Self-portrait

By Tour, M. Q. de la - Self-portrait

By Tour, M. Q. de la – Self-portrait

By Bakst, Léon - Self-portrait wearing waistcoat

By Bakst, Léon – Self-portrait wearing waistcoat

By Levitan, Isaac I. - Self-portrait

By Levitan, Isaac I. – Self-portrait

By Picasso - Self-portrait

By Picasso – Self-portrait

By Rossetti, Dante C. G.- Self-portrait

By Rossetti, Dante C. G.- Self-portrait

By Corinth, L. - The artist seen by himself

By Corinth, L. – The artist seen by himself

By Bailly, David - Self-portrait

By Bailly, David – Self-portrait

By Goya - The artist seen by himself

By Goya – The artist seen by himself

By Gris, Juan - The artist seen by himself

By Gris, Juan – The artist seen by himself

By Peukert, August - Self-portrait with hat and cigar

By Peukert, August – Self-portrait with hat and cigar

By Pellegrini, Giovanni Antonio - Self-portrait in front of the easel

By Pellegrini, Giovanni Antonio – Self-portrait in front of the easel

By Menzel - Self-portrait

By Menzel – Self-portrait

By Fantin Latour - Self-portrait

By Fantin Latour – Self-portrait

By Fuseli - Self-portrait  leaning his left cheek on a hand

By Fuseli – Self-portrait leaning his left cheek on a hand

By Piazzetta, G. - The artist seen by himself

By Piazzetta, G. – The artist seen by himself

By Picabia, F. - The artist seen by himself

By Picabia, F. – The artist seen by himself

By Bellmer, Hans - The artist seen by himself

By Bellmer, Hans – The artist seen by himself

By Angrand, C. - The artist seen by himself

By Angrand, C. – The artist seen by himself

By Corinth, Lovis - Self-portrait

By Corinth, Lovis – Self-portrait

By Rembrandt - Self-portrait

By Rembrandt – Self-portrait

By Hockney - Self-portrait bringing his hand to his right ear

By Hockney – Self-portrait bringing his hand to his right ear

By myself - My left eye while I was laughing, in the eighties

By myself – My left eye while I was laughing, in the eighties

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Old people

By Goya – Still I learn

By Le Nain – Seated old woman with a little girl

By Klimt – Sitting old woman in profile

By Toulouse-Lautrec – Old woman carrying fagots

By Anguissola – Old woman studying the alphabet with a laughing girl

By Cesari – The head of a bearded man wearing a turban

By Bruegel, the Elder – Two old men

By Bloemaert – Study of the head of a bearded man

By Rembrandt – Old man with his arms extended

By Da Vinci – Seated old man

By Kustodiev – Old man wearing traditional clothes

By Von Menzel, Adolph – Study of a nude

By Moore – Old women wearing hats

By Campi – Studies of an old woman’s face and a leg

By Ghirlandaio, Domenico – Bust of an oldish man, in profile to right

By Altdorfer, Albrecht – Stepping man

By Rubens – Two studies of an elderly man’s head

By Kubin – The great grandmother

By Simberg, Hugo – Auntie in wheelchair

By Piazzetta – Old man’s head

By Jordaens – Head of an elderly man

By Maes – Old woman asleep

By De Kooning – Bearded man

By Dürer – Study of a man aged

By Piot, René – The naked, bearded man, his head bent forward, face, arms folded

By Ricci – Head of an old man

By Gérôme – Standing old man with a basket and a staff

By David, Gerard – Portrait of an old woman

By Boucher – Tilted head study of an old man down to the right

By Klimt – Head of an old woman

By Da Vinci – Head of an old man

Anonymous – Head of a bearded old man, turned to the left

By Schulz, Bruno – Beside the old father in the sanatorium

By Bandinelli, Baccio – Head of an old man

By Goya – Old woman

By myself – Two old women looking a pond in a park

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Feelings

By Munch – Consolation

By Goya – Angry mad (‘Loco furioso’)

By Ter Borch – Laughing (Self-portrait)

By Van Gogh – Sorrow

By Friedrich – Ache

By Picasso – Weeping woman

By Bruegel, the Elder – Prudence

By Lichtenstein – ‘I know how you must feel, Brad’

By Kubin – Engagement

By Boccioni – The Farewells (After states of mind)

By Zorn – Delight

By Fantin Latour – ‘Omnia Vanitas’ (naked woman in front of shelving)

By Kahlo, Frida – Abstracted

By Millet – ‘Love going away’

By Sickert – Desperation (detail)

By Michelangelo – Condemned soul

By Beuys – Intelligence

By Munch – Childhood reminiscence. (Outside the gate)

By Goya – Help

By Grünewald – Woman imploring

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