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Left ankle
Left foot
Left foot
Left Hand
Head of an Angel in Left Profile

Head of an Angel in Left Profile

Taddeo di Bartolo (Italian, Siena ca. 1362–1422 Siena)

The Battle of the Sea Gods (Left portion of a  frieze)

The Battle of the Sea Gods (Left portion of a frieze)

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

Left Leg Guard
Standard Bearer with Raised Left Hand

Standard Bearer with Raised Left Hand

Barthel Beham (German, Nuremberg ca. 1502–1540 Italy)

Left Arm Guard
Head of a Woman with Helmet Looking Left

Head of a Woman with Helmet Looking Left

Circle of Francesco Salviati (Francesco de' Rossi) (Italian, Florence 1510–1563 Rome) (?)

Head of man in Profile to Left

Head of man in Profile to Left

Attributed to Parmigianino (Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola) (Italian, Parma 1503–1540 Casalmaggiore)

The Visitation of the Virgin to Saint Elizabeth; King Solomon in a Niche at Left.

The Visitation of the Virgin to Saint Elizabeth; King Solomon in a Nic...

Carlo Urbino (Italian, Crema ca. 1510/20–after 1585 Crema)

Defense for the Left Arm
The Lord with the Globe in His Left Hand

The Lord with the Globe in His Left Hand

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

Young Man Standing in Profile Facing Left (recto); Sketch of Two Capitals (verso)

Young Man Standing in Profile Facing Left (recto); Sketch of Two Capit...

Bachiacca (Francesco d'Ubertino Verdi) (Italian, Florence 1494–1557 Florence)

Saint Christopher Facing Left

Saint Christopher Facing Left

Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg)

Saint Christopher Facing Left

Saint Christopher Facing Left

Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg)

Saint Christopher Facing Left

Saint Christopher Facing Left

Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg)

Bearded  Old Man Seated with Left Arm Extented

Bearded Old Man Seated with Left Arm Extented

Bernardino Campi (Italian, Cremona 1522–1591 Reggio Emilia)