• Jan van Bijlert (1597-1671), Allegory of Smell, circa 1630
    Jan van Bijlert (1597-1671)
    Allegory of Smell, circa 1630
  • Studios of Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) & Frans Snyders (1579–1657), The Head of Medusa, circa 1617-18
    Studios of Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) & Frans Snyders (1579–1657)
    The Head of Medusa, circa 1617-18
  • Jacob Jordaens (1593-1678), Three studies of a young woman, circa 1615
    Jacob Jordaens (1593-1678)
    Three studies of a young woman, circa 1615
  • Jan Jansz van de Velde (1620-1664), The Ragpicker, 1645
    Jan Jansz van de Velde (1620-1664)
    The Ragpicker, 1645
  • Carl Müller (1818-1893), The Veiled Virgin, 1872
    Carl Müller (1818-1893)
    The Veiled Virgin, 1872
  • Willem van Nijmegen (1636-1698), Allegory of the loss of Arnhem, 10 June 1672
    Willem van Nijmegen (1636-1698)
    Allegory of the loss of Arnhem, 10 June 1672
  • Nicolaas Struyk (1686-1769), Butterflies and moths, circa 1719
    Nicolaas Struyk (1686-1769)
    Butterflies and moths, circa 1719
  • Nicolaas Struyk (1686-1769), Lizards and crustaceans, circa 1719
    Nicolaas Struyk (1686-1769)
    Lizards and crustaceans, circa 1719
  • Nicolaas Struyk (1686-1769), Insects, circa 1719
    Nicolaas Struyk (1686-1769)
    Insects, circa 1719
  • Master of the Arundel Sketchbook, White Ermine Moths (Spilo soma lubricipeda), circa 1640
    Master of the Arundel Sketchbook
    White Ermine Moths (Spilo soma lubricipeda), circa 1640
  • Nicolaas Struyk (1686-1769), Flying lizards, snakes, a scorpion and a chameleon, circa 1719
    Nicolaas Struyk (1686-1769)
    Flying lizards, snakes, a scorpion and a chameleon, circa 1719
  • Antony Henstenburgh (1695-1781), Four butterflies and three moths
    Antony Henstenburgh (1695-1781)
    Four butterflies and three moths