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Andrew Jackson, president of the United States / painted by W.J. Hubard ; C.G. Childs Lithr.; drawn by A. Newsam, pupil to C.G. Childs.

Print shows Andrew Jackson, full-length portrait, sitting in a chair, facing front, with legs crossed and hands on lap.

Plaque with the Calling of Saints Peter and Andrew

This rare and highly important plaque epitomizes a key moment in the history of medieval art, when goldsmiths—who had traditionally used enamels only as a substitute for colored gems—realized the full potential... more

Andrew from BL Royal 20 D VI, f. 187v

Detail of an historiated initial 'D'(e) of Andrew resuscitating the child Aegyptus. Image taken from f. 187v of Lives of the Saints. Written in French.

Andrew from BL Royal 20 D VI, f. 185

Detail of an historiated initial 'D'(e la passion) of the crucifixion of Andrew. Image taken from f. 185 of Lives of the Saints. Written in French.

Andrew from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 285v

Bas-de-page scene of Andrew before the king. Image taken from f. 285v of Psalter ('The Queen Mary Psalter'). Written in Latin, with French image captions.

Andrew from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 286

Detail of a bas-de-page scene of Andrew being crucified by two men on a diagonal cross. Image taken from f. 286 of Psalter ('The Queen Mary Psalter'). Written in Latin, with French image captions.

Andrew from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 285v

Detail of a bas-de-page scene of Andrew before the king. Image taken from f. 285v of Psalter ('The Queen Mary Psalter'). Written in Latin, with French image captions.

Saint Andrew

Six other panels from the series are known. All were owned by the German painter and collector Johann Anton Ramboux in the nineteenth century, and they formed either the predella or a row of figures above the m... more

Saint Andrew

This panel is from an important five-part portable altarpiece that was possibly commissioned by the governing body of the city of Siena. Together with Giotto, Simone was the most famous artist of his day. His r... more

Manuscript Leaf with the Feast of Saint Andrew in an Initial M, from an Antiphonary

Master of the Riccardiana Lactantius Made in Florence, Italy

St. Andrew

Martin Schongauer (German, Colmar ca. 1435/50–1491 Breisach)

Andrew from BL Eg 1070, f. 80v

Miniature of Andrew and an historiated initial 'A', with partial foliate border carried by an angel. Image taken from f. 80v of Book of Hours, Use of Paris ('The Hours of René d'Anjou'). Written in Latin, calen... more

Andrew from BL Eg 1070, f. 80v

Detail of a miniature of Andrew and an historiated initial 'A', with partial foliate border carried by an angel. Image taken from f. 80v of Book of Hours, Use of Paris ('The Hours of René d'Anjou'). Written in ... more

Retable with Scenes from the Life of Saint Andrew

In the central panel, Saint Andrew—apostle, brother of Saint Peter, and disciple of Saint John the Baptist—sits holding his attribute, a cross, which is more commonly represented in the form of an X. Above are ... more

Andrew from BL YT 28, f. 65v

Miniature of Andrew with Peter; miniature of the martyrdom of Andrew. Image taken from f. 65v of Secreta secretorum (ff. 1-43); Il Tesoro (translation of Li Livres dou Tresor) (ff. 43v-130); miscellaneous texts... more

Saint Andrew

These figures, along with five others in the Robert Lehman Collection at the Metropolitan Museum, originally formed part of an altarpiece that included Christ and the twelve apostles. Made in Meuse Valley, Fran... more

The Risen Christ between Saint Andrew and Saint Longinus

Andrea Mantegna (Italian, Isola di Carturo 1430/31–1506 Mantua)

Saint Andrew

This high-relief sculpture of Saint Andrew standing in a shell-topped niche was originally on an altar in Old Saint Peter’s, Rome. Tiberio Alfarano’s 1571 plan of the basilica indicates where it was located ins... more

St. Philip (or Andrew?)

Print shows St. Philip standing with a cross in one hand and a book in the other hand.

St. Andrew

In Mariette Album, folio 88, top left Etched by Master F. P. (Italian, active 16th century)

St. Andrew

Lucas van Leyden (Netherlandish, Leiden ca. 1494–1533 Leiden)

St. Andrew

Lucas van Leyden (Netherlandish, Leiden ca. 1494–1533 Leiden)

St. Andrew from Christ and the Apostles

Hans Baldung (called Hans Baldung Grien) (German, Schwäbisch Gmünd (?) 1484/85–1545 Strasbourg (Strassburg))

St. Andrew from Christ and the Apostles

Hans Baldung (called Hans Baldung Grien) (German, Schwäbisch Gmünd (?) 1484/85–1545 Strasbourg (Strassburg))

St. Andrew

In Mariette Album, folio 86, bottom fourth Etched by Andrea Schiavone (Andrea Meldola) (Italian, Zadar (Zara) ca. 1510?–1563 Venice)

Apostle (Saint Philip or Andrew?)

Domenico Beccafumi (Italian, Cortine in Valdibiana Montaperti 1484–1551 Siena)

Saint Andrew holding a large cross, from 'Christ and the Apostles'

Andrea Schiavone (Andrea Meldola) (Italian, Zadar (Zara) ca. 1510?–1563 Venice)

St. Andrew

In Mariette Album, folio 86, top center Etched by Andrea Schiavone (Andrea Meldola) (Italian, Zadar (Zara) ca. 1510?–1563 Venice)

St. Andrew, from Christ, the Apostles and St. Paul with the Creed

Hendrick Goltzius (Netherlandish, Mühlbracht 1558–1617 Haarlem)

St. Andrew, from Christ, the Apostles and St. Paul with the Creed

Hendrick Goltzius (Netherlandish, Mühlbracht 1558–1617 Haarlem)

The Martyrdom of Saint Andrew

This oil sketch on paper is the earliest surviving preparatory work for Otto van Veen's painting for the high altar of Antwerp's church of Saint Andrew, still in situ. Depicted is the crucifixion of the apostle... more

Martyrdom of Saint Andrew

Anonymous, Italian, Roman-Bolognese, 17th century

Martydom of Saint Andrew (recto); Head of a Woman (verso)

Anonymous, Italian, Roman-Bolognese, 17th century

St. Andrew

Juan Carreño de Miranda (Spanish, Avilés 1614–1685 Madrid)

Saint Andrew

This painting is an early-seventeenth-century, reduced workshop replica of the figure of the apostle that appears in a larger devotional canvas by El Greco, Saint Andrew and Saint Francis (Prado, Madrid). Andre... more

St. Andrew, from 'Christ, Mary and the Apostles'

Antonio Tempesta (Italian, Florence 1555–1630 Rome)

Apostle spoon: St. Andrew

The set (67.166.1–.13) includes a master spoon with a figure of Christ and twelve apostle spoons. Martin Hewitt who made the Saint Andrew spoon had served his apprenticeship under William Cawdell. Both were spe... more

Martyrdom of St. Andrew

Salvator Rosa (Italian, Arenella (Naples) 1615–1673 Rome)

Half-lenth Figure of St. Andrew in an Oval.

Antonio del Castillo y Saavedra (Spanish, Cordoba 1616–1668 Cordoba)

Figure of St. Andrew seated in a Landscape

Antonio del Castillo y Saavedra (Spanish, Cordoba 1616–1668 Cordoba)

The Martyrdom of Saint Andrew

Claude Vignon (French, Tours 1593–1670 Paris)

The Martydrom of St. Andrew

Giovanni Battista Spinelli (Italian, documented Naples ca. 1630–ca. 1660 Naples (?))

Saint Andrew kneeling in prayer as he is led to the cross, after Reni

After a fresco by Reni in the church of San Gregorio Magno in Rome. Engraved by Carlo Cesi (Italian, Antrodoco ca. 1622–1682 Rieti)

Sir Andrew Fountaine

Medalist: Jacques-Antoine Dassier (Swiss, Geneva 1715–1759 Copenhagen)

Mrs. Andrew Symmes (Lydia Gale)

Lydia Gale (1743/44-1770) married Colonel Andrew Symmes in 1763.

Miss Younge, Mr. Dodd, Mr. Love, and Mr. Waldron, in the Characters of Viola, Sir Andrew Aguecheek, Sir Toby Belch, and Fabian (Shakespeare, Twelfth Night, Act 3, Scene 4)

Four eighteenth-century actors appear here in the duel scene of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night." Elizabeth Younge portrays Viola (disguised as the page Cesario), timorously holding a sword while urged to fight by... more

Miss Younge, Mr. Dodd, Mr. Love, and Mr. Waldron, in th Characters of Viola, Sir Andrew Aguecheek, Sir Toby Belch, and Fabian (Shakespeare, Twelfth Night, Act 3, Scene 4)

Eighteenth-century actors appear here in the duel scene in act 3 of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night." Elizabeth Younge portrays Viola (disguised as the page Cesario), timorously holding a sword while urged on by F... more

Christ Summoning Peter and Andrew

Richard Earlom (British, London 1743–1822 London)