What is Art History v.2

This gallery examines the question 'What is Art History?' solely through the images offered by The National Gallery, London.

The Ambassadors, Hans Holbein the Younger, 1533, From the collection of: The National Gallery, London
A Lady with a Squirrel and a Starling (Anne Lovell?), Hans Holbein the Younger, about 1526-8, From the collection of: The National Gallery, London
Portrait of a Young Man, Vincenzo Catena, probably about 1510, From the collection of: The National Gallery, London
Diana and Actaeon, Titian, 1556-9, From the collection of: The National Gallery, London
The Virgin and Child Enthroned, with Four Angels, Quinten Massys, about 1506-9, From the collection of: The National Gallery, London
The Vendramin Family, Titian, about 1540-45, From the collection of: The National Gallery, London
The Amazement of the Gods (?), Hans von Aachen, probably 1590s, From the collection of: The National Gallery, London
Christ taking leave of his Mother, Wolf Huber, about 1520, From the collection of: The National Gallery, London
The Holy Family with a Shepherd, Titian, about 1510, From the collection of: The National Gallery, London
Portrait of a Woman, Lucas Cranach the Elder, about 1525, From the collection of: The National Gallery, London
Portrait of Gerolamo (?) Barbarigo, Titian, about 1510, From the collection of: The National Gallery, London
Christ Nailed to the Cross, Gerard David, about 1481, From the collection of: The National Gallery, London
The Crucifixion: Central Panel, Master of Delft, about 1510, From the collection of: The National Gallery, London
Mary Magdalene, Giovanni Girolamo Savoldo, about 1535-40, From the collection of: The National Gallery, London
The Aldobrandini Madonna, Titian, about 1532, From the collection of: The National Gallery, London
A Knight with his Jousting Helmet, Giovanni Battista Moroni, about 1554-8, From the collection of: The National Gallery, London
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