Lucas Cranach the Elder was a famous artist and engraver of the German Renaissance who painted Hunting Near Hartenfels Castle in 1540.
On the Balcony is an Impressionist painting by French artist Berthe Morisot painted in 1872 when she was 31 years of age.
A View of the Artist's House and Garden, in Mills Plains, Van Diemen's Land, 1838 is an Australian Landscape painting by John Glover.
As the Old Sing So the Young Pipe is a good-humoured genre scene by Flemish painter Jacob Jordaens from around 1638-40.
This is an 1870 Portrait of Pre-Rathaelite model Maria Zambacoby painted by British artist Edward Burne-Jones.
Aleksander Gierymski is seen as both a Realist and an Impressionist painter and in Boy Carrying a Shaft seems to border both.
Berthe Morisot painted domestic scenes and In the Dining Room is no different, a serving girl looks out at us as she mixes food in the bowl.
French Neo-Impressionist Paul Gauguin painted Contes barbares (Primitive Tales) in 1902 a year before his death.
The Birth of John the Baptist, and early Lucas Cranach the Elder work from 1518 depicting the newborn John the Baptist being washed by maids.
Lucas Cranach the Elder's Judith with the Head of Holofernes is from a sub-genre of the Northern Renaissance relating to the power of women.
Benjamin West's Benjamin Franklin Drawing Electricity from the Sky depicts his namesake looking to the heavens in a dramatic scene.
Aleksander Gierymski habitually painted at night and Louvre at Night from 1892 shows his skill in the rendering of light and shades.
Prayer Before Battle is a painting by Jósef Chelmonskí where we see soldiers of the forces of the Polish Uprising against the Russian Empire.
John Reinhard Weguelin was known for his mythological and historical subjects which can be seen in The Obsequies of an Egyptian Cat.
Riders on the Beach is based in Paul Gauguin's Tahiti, a place whose 'primitive' lifestyle he saw as an antidote to western pessimism.
Paul Gauguin's Te aa no areois which means 'the seed of the Areois', who are the historical local people of Tahiti.
Scout Attacked by a Tiger depicts in a forbidding dense jungle, a tiger seizing upon the scout in Henri Rousseau's so-called 'Naive' style.
Jacob Jordaens, one of the premier Flemish Baroque painters, treats a story from Greek mythology in his work The Judgement of Paris.
John Reinhard Weguelin's 1900 painting The Mermaid of Zennor is taken from a Cornish folk tale about a man running away with a mermaid.
Ophelia (Pause for Thought) is a painting from 1870 by artist Pierre Auguste Cot depicting Ophelia from the Shakespeare play Hamlet.