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17th Century
The 17th century was a vibrant period in Western art. In addition to Dutch Masters which are represented in their own category, this was the period of baroque art. Baroque art is characterized by great drama, rich, deep color, and intense light and dark shadows. Some of the greatest baroque artists include Caravaggio, Rubens, Velazquez and Antony van Dyck.
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Young Woman Trying Earrings, 1654 by  Rembrandt Young Woman Trying Earrings, 1654 by  Rembrandt The Praying Hands by Albrecht Durer The Praying Hands by Albrecht Durer
Cherubs with Garland of Flowers (detail) by Carlo Maratta Le Triomphe de Cupidon (detail) by Karel Philips Spierincks Le Saint Famille by Nicolas Poussin Venus by Sandro Botticelli
School of Athens by  Raphael Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci Studio di Testa by  Michaelangelo
Testa Ideale by  Michaelangelo The Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli Cherubini (detail from La Madonna di S. Sisto) by  Raphael Cherubini (detail from La Madonna di S. Sisto) by  Raphael
The Girl with a Pearl Earring by Jan Vermeer The Girl with a Pearl Earring by Jan Vermeer San Giovannino by Bernardino Luini Vergine in Adorazione, 1406-1469 by Fra Filippo Lippi
Il Redentore by Leonardo da Vinci S. Domenico by Fra Beato Angelico Il Musicista by Leonardo da Vinci Sistine Madonna by  Raphael
Sistine Madonna by  Raphael The Virgin Mary Annunciate, ca. 1430 by Fra Beato Angelico The Drunkenness of Noah (detail) by  Michaelangelo The Drunkenness of Noah (detail) by  Michaelangelo
The Delphic Sibyl by  Michaelangelo The Delphic Sibyl by  Michaelangelo St. Michael by Bartolome Esteban Murillo Portrait Of Suzanne Fourment by Peter Paul Rubens
Portrait Of Suzanne Fourment by Peter Paul Rubens The Garden of Earthly Delights (center panel) by Hieronymus Bosch An Allegory With Venus And Cupid by Agnolo di Cosimo Bronzino Las Meninas by Diego Velasquez