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Provenance
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Christ on the Road to Calvary
Flemish
ca. 1600
46.162
Dancing Peasants
Pieter Brueghel the Elder
16th century
52.39
Bust of prophet or apostle
Italian (Genoa)
ca. 1530
62.27
Virgin and Child with Angels
Atelier of Andrea della Robbia
ca. 1480-90
55.76
Saint John the Baptist
Unknown artist
16th century
58.68
Saint John the Evangelist
German
16th century
58.69
Children Playing with a Goat
Claude Michel (called Clodion)
18th century
60.61
Saint Gregory
German
second half of 18th century
62.64.1
Saint Ambrose
German
second half of 18th century
62.64.2
Mourning Virgin Mary
Giovanni Bandini
ca. 1530
65.86
Bust of Grand Duke Constantine
Russian
ca. 1825
97.44.54
Barcelona
Francis Picabia
1924
61.188
Landscape with Figures
Alessandro Magnasco
57.58
Christ, Betrayal
Utrecht Master
c. 1500
64.71
Christ, Resurrection
Utrecht Master
ca. 1500
64.72
Adoration of the Shepherds
Giuseppe Maria Crespi
ca. 1710-25
49.130
Lamentation Over the Dead Christ
Jacopo Palma
late 1580s
61.163
Christ Driving the Money Changers from the Temple
Pieter Neeffs the Elder
first half 17th century
68.233
Boys Blowing Bubbles
Michaelina Wautier
1640s
58.140
The Duet
Jan Miense Molenaer
ca. 1629
61.162
Christ Walking on the Water
Alessandro Magnasco
ca. 1740
50.80
Self-portrait
Gaspare Traversi
mid 18th century
50.89
Christ and the Woman of Samaria
Francesco de Mura
1752
68.186
Madame Brion, Seated, Taking Tea
Jacques-André-Joseph Aved
1750
87.99
Gaspard Dughet
ca. 1665-67
50.109
Andrea Previtali
ca. 1517
54.163
Claude Michel (called Clodion)
18th century
59.134
Flemish
15th century
54.152

Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.