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Raphael, Tobias and Tobit from BL Royal 15 D III, f. 220v

Raphael, Tobias and Tobit from BL Royal 15 D III, f. 220v

Miniature of Raphael, Tobias and Tobit. Image taken from f. 220v of Bible historiale, the early version. Written in French.

Tobias from BL Royal 15 D I, f. 23

Tobias from BL Royal 15 D I, f. 23

Miniature of Tobias, a fish, and Raphael, with a partial border Image taken from f. 23 of La Bible Historiale, part 4 (Bible Historiale of Edward IV). Written in French.

Tobias from BL Royal 15 D I, f. 23

Tobias from BL Royal 15 D I, f. 23

Detail of a miniature of Tobias, a fish, and Raphael. Image taken from f. 23 of La Bible Historiale, part 4 (Bible Historiale of Edward IV). Written in French.

Raguel's Reception of Tobias at Ecbatana

Raguel's Reception of Tobias at Ecbatana

Pieter Aertsen (Netherlandish, Amsterdam 1507/8–1575 Amsterdam)

Tobias
Tobias
Tobias Leaving the Table, from The Story of Tobias

Tobias Leaving the Table, from The Story of Tobias

Georg Pencz (German, Wroclaw ca. 1500–1550 Leipzig)

Tobias Leaving the Table, from The Story of Tobias

Tobias Leaving the Table, from The Story of Tobias

Georg Pencz (German, Wroclaw ca. 1500–1550 Leipzig)

Tobiolus Catches the Fish, from The Story of Tobias

Tobiolus Catches the Fish, from The Story of Tobias

Georg Pencz (German, Wroclaw ca. 1500–1550 Leipzig)

Tobiolus Makes a Propitiatory Sacrifice, from The Story of Tobias

Tobiolus Makes a Propitiatory Sacrifice, from The Story of Tobias

Georg Pencz (German, Wroclaw ca. 1500–1550 Leipzig)

Paurmeister von Kochstedt, Tobias

Paurmeister von Kochstedt, Tobias

Stecher: Boissard, Robert Stecher: Bry, Theodor de

Paurmeister von Kochstedt, Tobias

Paurmeister von Kochstedt, Tobias

Stecher: Boissard, Robert Stecher: Bry, Theodor de

Paurmeister von Kochstedt, Tobias

Paurmeister von Kochstedt, Tobias

Stecher: Boissard, Robert Stecher: Bry, Theodor de

Paurmeister von Kochstedt, Tobias

Paurmeister von Kochstedt, Tobias

Stecher: Boissard, Robert Stecher: Bry, Theodor de

Paurmeister von Kochstedt, Tobias

Paurmeister von Kochstedt, Tobias

Stecher: Boissard, Robert Stecher: Bry, Theodor de

Paurmeister von Kochstedt, Tobias

Paurmeister von Kochstedt, Tobias

Stecher: Boissard, Robert Stecher: Bry, Theodor de

Paurmeister von Kochstedt, Tobias

Paurmeister von Kochstedt, Tobias

Stecher: Boissard, Robert Stecher: Bry, Theodor de

Seifart, Tobias

Seifart, Tobias

Maler: Schnabel, Michael (1627) Stecher: Dürr, Johann (1600)

Seifart, Tobias

Seifart, Tobias

Stecher: Dürr, Johann (1600) Datierung: 1651 / 1680

Scenes from the History of Tobias

Scenes from the History of Tobias

Medalist: Georg Hautsch (German, 1664–1736)

Seifart, Tobias

Seifart, Tobias

Maler: Schnabel, Michael (1627) Stecher: Dürr, Johann (1600)

Paurmeister von Kochstedt, Tobias

Paurmeister von Kochstedt, Tobias

unbekannter Künstler Datierung: 1601 / 1750

The Angel Departing from the Family of Tobias

The Angel Departing from the Family of Tobias

Rembrandt (Rembrandt van Rijn) (Dutch, Leiden 1606–1669 Amsterdam)

The Angel Departing from the Family of Tobias

The Angel Departing from the Family of Tobias

Rembrandt (Rembrandt van Rijn) (Dutch, Leiden 1606–1669 Amsterdam)

The Angel Leaving the Family of Tobias

The Angel Leaving the Family of Tobias

Rembrandt (Rembrandt van Rijn) (Dutch, Leiden 1606–1669 Amsterdam)

Oelhafen von Schöllenbach, Tobias

Oelhafen von Schöllenbach, Tobias

Stecher: Jode, Pieter de (2)

Oelhafen von Schöllenbach, Tobias
Oelhafen von Schöllenbach, Tobias

Oelhafen von Schöllenbach, Tobias

Verlag: Merian, Matthäus d. Ä. (Erben) Verlagsort: Frankfurt (Main)

Seifart, Tobias

Seifart, Tobias

Stecher: Franck, Johann

Taufrer, Tobias

Taufrer, Tobias

unbekannter Künstler

Seifart, Tobias

Seifart, Tobias

Stecher: Franck, Johann

Oelhafen von Schöllenbach, Tobias

Oelhafen von Schöllenbach, Tobias

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

Taufrer, Tobias

Taufrer, Tobias

unbekannter Künstler

Tobie effrayé par le poisson (Tobias frightens the fish)

Tobie effrayé par le poisson (Tobias frightens the fish)

Jean Jacques Lagrenée (French, Paris 1739–1821 Paris)

Wiedeburg, Christoph Tobias

Wiedeburg, Christoph Tobias

Verleger: Schnorr, Salomon Stecher: Beck, Johann Georg (1676) Verlagsort: Helmstedt

Winckler, Tobias

Winckler, Tobias

Stecher: Kilian, Wolfgang Philipp Verlag: Tauber, Johann Daniel (Erben) Verlagsort: Altdorf

Imperium romano germanicum in suos circulos elect. et Status suma cura et studio divisum deri in Sculpt : [tabula] apud T.C. Lotter Geogr. Aug. V ; Tobias Conrad. Lotter sculpsit

Imperium romano germanicum in suos circulos elect. et Status suma cura...

Escala gráfica además, en: 'milliaria gallica comunia'. Coordenadas: E17 30'-E40 20'/N55 50'-N45 10'. Sin_especificar meridiano

Wiedeburg, Christoph Tobias

Wiedeburg, Christoph Tobias

Verleger: Schnorr, Paul Dietrich Stecher: Schmidt, Johann Georg (1694) Verlagsort: Helmstedt

Tobias Returning Sight to His Father

Tobias Returning Sight to His Father

Antoine de Marcenay de Ghuy (French, Arnay-le-Duc (Côte-d'Or) 1724–1811 Paris)

Wilkes, and Liberty--A New Song

Wilkes, and Liberty--A New Song

A broadside comprising an engraving printed above two columns of verse in letterpress. The former represents two groups; in one the Earl of Bute, armed with a dagger, tears away the robe of the fainting Britann... more

Gebler, Tobias Philipp Freiherr von

Gebler, Tobias Philipp Freiherr von

Verleger: Nicolai, Friedrich Stecher: Mansfeld, Johann Ernst Verlagsort: Stettin

Gebler, Tobias Philipp Freiherr von

Gebler, Tobias Philipp Freiherr von

Verleger: Nicolai, Friedrich Stecher: Mansfeld, Johann Ernst Verlagsort: Stettin

Humphry Clinker Smashing a Dish at Dinner..., an illustration from Tobias Smollett's "The Expedition of Humphry Clinker" (London, 1793), Vol. 1

Humphry Clinker Smashing a Dish at Dinner..., an illustration from Tob...

Charles Grignion, I (British, London baptised 1721–1810 London)

A Drawing Room Altercation, an illustration from Tobias Smollett's "The Expedition of Humphry Clinker" (London, 1793), Vol. 1

A Drawing Room Altercation, an illustration from Tobias Smollett's "Th...

Charles Grignion, I (British, London baptised 1721–1810 London)

Men Dancing in a Coffee House, an illustration from Tobias Smollett's "The Expedition of Humphry Clinker" (London, 1793), Vol. 1

Men Dancing in a Coffee House, an illustration from Tobias Smollett's ...

Charles Grignion, I (British, London baptised 1721–1810 London)

Title Page, from Tobias Smollett's "The Expedition of Humphry Clinker" (London, 1793), Vol. 1

Title Page, from Tobias Smollett's "The Expedition of Humphry Clinker"...

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Lord Oxmington Repelling Lismahago's Challenge to Single Combat, an illustration from Tobias Smollett's "The Expedition of Humphry Clinker" (London, 1793), Vol. 1

Lord Oxmington Repelling Lismahago's Challenge to Single Combat, an il...

Charles Grignion, I (British, London baptised 1721–1810 London)

Lismahago Outside The Inn at Durham, an illustration from Tobias Smollett's "The Expedition of Humphry Clinker" (London, 1793), Vol. 1

Lismahago Outside The Inn at Durham, an illustration from Tobias Smoll...

Charles Grignion, I (British, London baptised 1721–1810 London)

List of Plates I-VII, from Tobias Smollett's "The Expedition of Humphry Clinker" (London, 1793), Vol. 1

List of Plates I-VII, from Tobias Smollett's "The Expedition of Humphr...

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

The Duke of N-'s Levée, an illustration from Tobias Smollett's "The Expedition of Humphry Clinker" (London, 1793), Vol. 1

The Duke of N-'s Levée, an illustration from Tobias Smollett's "The Ex...

Charles Grignion, I (British, London baptised 1721–1810 London)

Matthew Bramble Offering Charity to the Ensign's Widow, an illustration from Tobias Smollett's "The Expedition of Humphry Clinker" (London, 1793), Vol. 1

Matthew Bramble Offering Charity to the Ensign's Widow, an illustratio...

Charles Grignion, I (British, London baptised 1721–1810 London)