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Duke Albert from BL Royal 14 E IV, f. 169v

Duke Albert from BL Royal 14 E IV, f. 169v

Miniature of the audience of the Master of the Staple with duke Albert, with a partial border containing a lozenge bearing a white rose of the York family, at the beginning of chapter 31 of book 3. Image taken ... more

Duke Albert from BL Royal 14 E IV, f. 169v

Duke Albert from BL Royal 14 E IV, f. 169v

Detail of a miniature of the audience of the Master of the Staple with duke Albert, at the beginning of chapter 31 of book 3. Image taken from f. 169v of Recueil des croniques d’Engleterre. Written in French.

Albert van der Helle

Albert van der Helle

Heinrich Aldegrever (German, Paderborn ca. 1502–1555/1561 Soest)

Albert van der Helle

Albert van der Helle

Heinrich Aldegrever (German, Paderborn ca. 1502–1555/1561 Soest)

Portrait of Albert, Archduke of Austria, Sovereign of Southern Netherlands

Portrait of Albert, Archduke of Austria, Sovereign of Southern Netherl...

Peter Paul Rubens (Flemish, Siegen 1577–1640 Antwerp)

Study for an Equestrian Portrait, Possibly that of Albert de Ligne, Count of Arenberg; verso: Various Studies of Statues and Figures, Including the Venus Pudica and Scipio and his Lictor

Study for an Equestrian Portrait, Possibly that of Albert de Ligne, Co...

Van Dyck probably made this drawing as a preparatory study for the lifesize equestrian portrait of Albert de Ligne, prince of Brabançon and Arenberg (Holkham Hall, Norfolk), which he painted about 1628–32. The ... more

Ligne, Comte d'Arenberg, 2. Prince de Barbançon, Albert de

Ligne, Comte d'Arenberg, 2. Prince de Barbançon, Albert de

Verleger: Merian, Matthäus (der Ältere) Stecher: Aubry, Peter (2) Verlagsort: Frankfurt (Main)

Ligne, Comte d'Arenberg, 2. Prince de Barbançon, Albert de

Ligne, Comte d'Arenberg, 2. Prince de Barbançon, Albert de

Verleger: Merian, Matthäus (der Ältere) Stecher: Aubry, Peter (2) Verlagsort: Frankfurt (Main)

Grawer, Albert

Grawer, Albert

Stecher: Hafner, Melchior (1)

Grawer, Albert

Grawer, Albert

Stecher: Hafner, Melchior (1)

Grawer, Albert

Grawer, Albert

Stecher: Hafner, Melchior (1)

Charles d'Albert d'Ailly, duc de Chaulnes

Charles d'Albert d'Ailly, duc de Chaulnes

Robert Nanteuil (French, Reims 1623–1678 Paris)

Grawer, Albert

Grawer, Albert

Verleger: Hoffmann, Johann Stecher: Franck, Johann Verlagsort: Nürnberg

Grawer, Albert

Grawer, Albert

Verleger: Hoffmann, Johann Stecher: Franck, Johann Verlagsort: Nürnberg

Fabricius, Johann Albert

Fabricius, Johann Albert

Verleger: Renger, Johann Gottfried Stecher: Delsenbach, Johann Adam Verlagsort: Halle (Saale)

Fabricius, Johann Albert

Fabricius, Johann Albert

Stecher: Bernigeroth, Martin

Fabricius, Johann Albert

Fabricius, Johann Albert

Stecher: Fritzsch, Christian Verlag: Felginer, Theodor Christoph (Witwe) Verlagsort: Hamburg

Albert von Sachsen-Teschen

Albert von Sachsen-Teschen

These small, highly decorative plaques are representative of the purely Neoclassical porcelain luxury products that were commissioned as mementos for visiting dignitaries and family members or sent as tokens of... more

Fabricius, Johann Albert

Fabricius, Johann Albert

Radierer: Fritzsch, Johann Christian Gottfried

Albert, Herzog von Sachsen-Teschen

Albert, Herzog von Sachsen-Teschen

Stecher: Adam, Jakob Verlag: Artaria&Co. Verlagsort: Wien

Albert, Herzog von Sachsen-Teschen

Albert, Herzog von Sachsen-Teschen

Stecher: Adam, Jakob Verlag: Artaria&Co. Verlagsort: Wien

More of Werther–The Separation: Charlotte Preserved from Destruction by Albert and Hymen, whilst Werther in an access of frenzy puts and end to his existence

More of Werther–The Separation: Charlotte Preserved from Destruction b...

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Albert Gallatin

Albert Gallatin

The popularity of profile portraits, which ultimately derived from classical medallions honoring famous men of the republics of Greece and Rome, burgeoned during America’s Federal period. The English painter an... more

Design for Albert Settee

Design for Albert Settee

Anonymous, British, 19th century