Rembrandt is perhaps the most renowned of the Dutch Baroque painters. The Raising of the Cross of 1633, painted when the artist was 27.
Cherry Ripe by John Everett Millais, the Pre-Raphaelite painter depicts a little girl named Edie Ramage in fancy dress.
Snap the Whip was painted by Winslow Homer in 1872, six years after the end of the American Civil War.
John Everett Millais portrays in Portrait of Effie Gray (1873) his now wife with great dignity seated in a cushioned chair holding a magazine.
Despite being attributed to Rembrandt, Girl with a Broom is likely at least partly to be the work of one of his pupils, Carel Fabritius.
Summer Night was painted in 1890 by American artist Winslow Homer depicting a man and woman dancing.
Leaning on Her Arms by American artist Mary Cassatt was painted in 1879, around the time she became close to fellow artist Edgar Degas.
The Sacrifice of Isaac is a painting by Rembrandt van Rijn which tells the story of the Binding of Isaac from the Book of Genesis.