Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History

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Works of Art (13)

Avaritia (Greed), 1558, Pieter van der Heyden after Pieter Bruegel the Elder (Netherlandish), Engraving; only state (26.72.31)
Battle about Money, after 1570, Pieter van der Heyden after Pieter Bruegel the Elder (Netherlandish), Engraving; second state of four (26.72.40)
Big Fish Eat Little Fish, 1557, Pieter van der Heyden after Pieter Bruegel the Elder (Netherlandish), Engraving; first state of three (17.3.859)
Desidia (Sloth), 1558, Pieter van der Heyden after Pieter Bruegel the Elder (Netherlandish), Engraving; only state (26.72.34)
Fables, 1802, Author: Jean de La Fontaine (French), Illustrator: Charles Percier (French), Publisher: Pierre Didot the Elder (French), Printed book with engraved headpiece illustrations (67.703)

The Kitchen Maid, ca. 1780, Charles François Adrien Macret (French), after Gerrit Dou (Dutch), Engraving (17.3.1771)
Knight, Death, and the Devil, 1513–14, Albrecht Dürer (German), Engraving (43.106.2)
Land of Cockaigne, after 1570(?), Attributed to Pieter van der Heyden after Pieter Bruegel the Elder (Netherlandish), Engraving; first state of two (26.72.44)
Oeuvres de Jean Racine, 1801, Author: Jean Racine (French), Illustrators: Pierre Paul Prud'hon (French); Jean-Guillaume Moitte (French); Anne-Louis Girodet-Trioson (French); Nicolas Antoine Taunay (French); Antoine Denis Chaudet (French); Francois Gè (French), Engraver: Jean Baptiste Michel Duprèel (French), Printed book with engraved illustrations (58.635.1(1))

Summer, 1570, Pieter van der Heyden after Pieter Bruegel the Elder (Netherlandish), Engraving; first state of two (26.72.23)
Two Flayed Men and Skeletons, ca. 1540–1545, Domenico del Barbiere, after Rosso Fiorentino (Italian, Florentine), Engraving (49.95.181)
A Woman Cooking, ca. 1648–50, Geertruyt Roghman (Dutch), Engraving (56.550.4)
A Young Woman Chopping Onions, 1724, Louis Surugue (French), after Gerrit Dou (Dutch), Engraving (24.63.1656)