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View of Lower Manhattan from the Manhattan Bridge, September 11, 2001

View of England from BL Royal 15 E IV, f. 24v

View of England from BL Royal 15 E IV, f. 24v

"View of Venice"

"View of Venice"

"View of Venice"

"View of Venice"

St. Bartholomew, standing in frontal view with head facing to right and holding martyr's palm with both arms, from the series 'Christ and the Twelve Apostles'

Rearing Horse in Rear Three-Quarter View

View of Vienne on the Rhone

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: View of Buildings Adjoining the Capitol

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: View of Rome from the East

St. John the Evangelist, striding in three-quarter view toward the left and holding a chalice with snakes in his right hand, an eagle stands behind his right leg

Gezicht op het Reguliersklooster te Amsterdam, naar de situatie in 1502

Belegering van het Muiderslot door Gelderse troepen, 1508

Fortitude in profile view walking toward a fire at left and leading a harnessed lion, a landscape in the background

Bust-Length Study of a Bearded Man with Cap in Three-Quarter View

Fortitude in profile view walking toward a fire at left and leading a harnessed lion, a landscape in the background

St. Andrew standing in profile view and grasping a monumental cross, chiaroscuro woodcut in green and brown, from a series of twelve apostles after Parmigianino

[Bird's-eye view of a large scale water supply system showing tunnels and covered aqueducts]

Belegering van de Engelenburcht, 1527

Belegering van de Engelenburcht, 1527

Belegering van de Engelenburcht, 1527

Beleg van Oldeklooster, 1535

Beleg van Oldeklooster, 1535

Beleg van Oldeklooster, 1535

Het beleg van Oldeklooster, 1535

View of Rome from the Janiculum in the South-West; verso: Sketch of buildings and plants

View of Lake Tai

Beleg van Amersfoort, 1543

Empedocles, standing frontally with his head turned in three-quarter view, directs his gaze toward a flame (the crater of Mount Aetna?) emerging from a horizontal ground line, a walking stick leans toward the right margin

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: View of the Back of the Statues of the Dioscuri at the Quirinal

Vijfde gezicht op het Colosseum te Rome

Gezicht op de Palatijn met het Septizonium

Gezicht op de Thermen van Diocletianus

Portrait medal of Dido, Queen of Carthage (obverse); A View of Carthage (reverse)

Tweede gezicht op de Thermen van Diocletianus

View of ruins on the Palatine Hill with trabeated facade at left and arcades at center, from the series 'The Ruins of Rome' (Praecipua aliquot Romanae antiquitatis ruinarum monimenta, vivis prospectibus)

Second View of the Baths of Diocletian, from set of Roman Ruins

Two Figures in an Architectural Setting: A Female Nude Seated in a Profile View and a Seated Male Nude in a Three-Quarter View with the Left Leg Bent

View of the Back of Statues of the Dioscuri at the Quirinal

Gezicht op de brug van Fabricius te Rome

Tweede gezicht op het Forum Nerva

Gezicht op de Palatijn met zonsopgang

Perspectival View, Temple of Isis

Gezicht op het Septizonium en het Colosseum in Rome

Tweede gezicht op het Colosseum te Rome

Gezicht op het Colosseum en de Palatijn

Vierde gezicht op het Colosseum te Rome

Achtste gezicht op het Colosseum te Rome

Gezicht op het Colosseum en de Palatijn

Zesde gezicht op het Colosseum te Rome

Eerste gezicht op de Thermen van Caracalla

Gezicht op een ruïne te Rome

Gezicht op het Forum Romanum vanuit het Capitool

Gezicht van de Palatijn op de Thermen van Caracalla

Gezicht op de Tempel van Romulus en de basiliek van Constantijn

Derde gezicht op het Colosseum te Rome

Eerste gezicht op het Colosseum te Rome

Zevende gezicht op het Colosseum te Rome

View of unidentified ruins with trabeated facade at left, arcades at center, and arch at right, from the series 'The Roman Ruins' (Praecipua aliquot Romanae antiquitatis ruinarum monimenta, vivis prospectibus)

Gezicht op het Forum van Nerva

Gezicht op het Forum Romanum

Gezicht op de ruïne van de basiliek van Constantijn

View of Nuremberg, to the west, right plate

View of Nuremberg, to the west, center plate

View of Nuremberg, to the east, right plate

View of Nuremberg, to the west; left, center and right plates

View of Nuremberg, to the West, left plate

View of Nuremberg, to the east, center plate

View of Nuremberg, to the east, left plate

View on a River, with a Castle on an Island

Bird's Eye View of Rome

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Birdseye View of the Port of Rome

Temple of Serapis, pediment and cornice, projection view

View of the Tiber (Tivoli) (Prospectus Tyburtinus) from The Large Landscapes

Village View

Gezicht in vogelvluchtperspectief op de kerk van Eik en Duinen in 1556

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: View of Rome from the West

View of ruins, possibly the Baths of Caracalla, from the series 'The Small book of Roman ruins and buildings' (Operum antiquorum romanorum)

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: View of Rome from the North

View of the Capitoline Hill during Michelangelo's restoration, the equestrian monument of Marcus Aurelius in the centre from the 'Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae:'

View of the Campidoglio on the Capitoline Hill, with equestrian statue at lower right, from the series 'The Small book of Roman ruins and buildings' (Operum antiquorum romanorum)

View of the Roman Forum, looking toward the Palatine Hill, from the series 'The Small book of Roman ruins and buildings' (Operum antiquorum romanorum)

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Front view of St. Lawrence Gateway, Rome

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: View of the Roman Capitol

View of the Campidoglio as re-designed by Michelangelo from the 'Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae'

View of Antwerp from Braun and Hogenberg's Civitates Orbis Terrarum

Partial view of a Building [Templum Veneris] from the series 'Ruinarum variarum fabricarum delineationes pictoribus caeterisque id genus artificibus multum utiles'

Partial View of a Monument [Mercurii Templum] from the series 'Ruinarum variarum fabricarum delineationes pictoribus caeterisque id genus artificibus multum utiles'

Partial view of a Building [Tem Ro Penatibus Dicatu] from the series 'Ruinarum variarum fabricarum delineationes pictoribus caeterisque id genus artificibus multum utiles'

Partial View of a Building [Templum Isaiae Prophetae] from the series 'Ruinarum variarum fabricarum delineationes pictoribus caeterisque id genus artificibus multum utiles'

Partial view of a Building [Templum Iovis Ultoris) from the series 'Ruinarum variarum fabricarum delineationes pictoribus caeterisque id genus artificibus multum utiles'

Partial View of a Building [Palatium Claudie] from the series 'Ruinarum variarum fabricarum delineationes pictoribus caeterisque id genus artificibus multum utiles'

Partial view of a Building [Sepulchrum Adriani] from the series 'Ruinarum variarum fabricarum delineationes pictoribus caeterisque id genus artificibus multum utiles'

[Interior view of large, spacious kitchen with cooks preparing a meal]

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Aerial View of the Belvedere and its Gardens

View of the Tiber Island represented as a ship, the Temple of Aesculapius at left

Studies for a Figure of Saint Francis Kneeling in a Three-Quarter View and for His Hands (recto); Studies for a Figure of Saint Francis Kneeling in Profile (verso)

[Person with crossed eyes, head-and-shoulders view]