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Gustaf Lundberg (Swedish, 1695-1786)

Gustaf Lundberg (Swedish, 1695-1786)

MAX BECKMANN  Selbstbildnis mit Seifenblasen (Self-Portrait with Soap Bubbles, c.1898-1900)

MAX BECKMANN Selbstbildnis mit Seifenblasen (Self-Portrait with Soap Bubbles, c.1898-1900)

39David Bailly (1584-1657) Self-Portrait with Vanitas Symbols

39David Bailly (1584-1657) Self-Portrait with Vanitas Symbols

39Karel DUJARDIN (Dutch Baroque Era Painter, ca.1622-1678) Allegory 1663

39Karel DUJARDIN (Dutch Baroque Era Painter, ca.1622-1678) Allegory 1663

39Attributed to Jaques de Gheyn II (Antwerp 1565-1629) A vanitas allegory

39Attributed to Jaques de Gheyn II (Antwerp 1565-1629) A vanitas allegory

39Follower of Otto van Veen (Flemish Mannerist Painter, ca.1556-1629) Homo Bulla

39Follower of Otto van Veen (Flemish Mannerist Painter, ca.1556-1629) Homo Bulla

Simon Renard De Saint-Andre (1613-1677) Vanitas Oil on canvas 1650 Musee des Beaux-Arts (Lyon, France)

Simon Renard De Saint-Andre (1613-1677) Vanitas Oil on canvas 1650 Musee des Beaux-Arts (Lyon, France)

Child Playing With Soap Bubbles, Allegory of Vanity Jan Lievens (1607 – 1674, Dutch)

Child Playing With Soap Bubbles, Allegory of Vanity Jan Lievens (1607 – 1674, Dutch)

After Marten de Vos.1590 (c.) Allegory of transitoriness. Landscape with two naked youths, one sitting on an urn and blowing a soap bubble, the other lying asleep with his arm on a skull near an hour-glass; after Maarten de Vos Engraving

After Marten de Vos.1590 (c.) Allegory of transitoriness. Landscape with two naked youths, one sitting on an urn and blowing a soap bubble, the other lying asleep with his arm on a skull near an hour-glass; after Maarten de Vos Engraving

After Frans van Mieris I  Print made by Jean Georges Wille  The distracted observer; a curly-haired boy making soap bubbles, standing behind a table upon which are an embroidered drapery and some metal vases; in trompe l'oeil stone border; after Frans van Mieris the Elder; finished state, with additional shading on the border; before coat of arms, before letter. 1766 Etching and engraving

After Frans van Mieris I Print made by Jean Georges Wille The distracted observer; a curly-haired boy making soap bubbles, standing behind a table upon which are an embroidered drapery and some metal vases; in trompe l'oeil stone border; after Frans van Mieris the Elder; finished state, with additional shading on the border; before coat of arms, before letter. 1766 Etching and engraving