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Famous portraits[1], see portrait painting.


14th century

  • Anonymous, John II the Good (c. 1350)
  • Anonymous, Rudolf IV (c. 1365)

15th century

16th century

  • Leonardo da Vinci
  • Mona Lisa (1503-1505)
  • Raffaello Sanzio, Baldassare Castiglione (1514-1515)
  • Jean Clouet
  • Francis I of France (c. 1525)
  • Bronzino, Portrait of Eleonora di Toledo (1545)
  • Anthonis Mor, Portrait of Mary Tudor (1554)
  • El Greco, The Nobleman with his Hand on his Chest (c. 1580)

17th century

  • Frans Hals, The Laughing Cavalier (1624)
  • Rubens, Susanna Fourment (1625)
  • Anthony van Dyck, Charles I of England (1635)
  • The Company of Frans Banning Cocq and Willem van Ruytenburch, known as the Night Watch (1642)
  • Diego Velázquez, Pope Innocent X (1650)

18th century

  • Nicolas de Largillière, The Beautiful Strasbourg Woman (1703)
  • Alexander Roslin, The Lady with the Veil (The Artist's Wife) (1768)
  • Chardin, Self-portrait (1771)
  • Sir Joshua Reynolds, Lady Caroline Scott as Winter (1776)
  • Self-portrait of Elisabeth Louise Vigée-Lebrun with daughter (1789)
  • Thomas Lawrence, Sarah Barrett Moulton: Pinkie (1794)

19th century

  • Ingres, Napoleon on his Imperial throne (1806)
  • John Singer Sargent, Madame X (Madame Pierre Gautreau) (1884)

20th century

  • John Liston Byam Shaw, Boer War (1901)
  • William Orpen, Self-Portrait (1910)
  • Amadeo Modigliani, Jeanne Hébuterne in yellow (1918)
  • Kazimir Malevich, Self-Portrait (1933)





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