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Bearded Man with a Falcon. Attributed to Bastiani Lazzaro, ca. 1460-1512. Located at the Courtauld Gallery, London.  Courtesy of the Courtauld Gallery Website.

Bearded Man with a Falcon. Attributed to Bastiani Lazzaro, ca. Located at the Courtauld Gallery, London. Courtesy of the Courtauld Gallery Website.

Landseer 1802-1873 Oil on panel 66x49,5

Sir Edwin Henry Landseer The Falcon ca.

King James I of England and VI of Scotland by Arnold van Brounckhorst - Copy after an original of c. 1574

King James I of England and VI of Scotland by Arnold van Brounckhorst - as a boy, after Arnold Bronckorst, Attributed to Rowland Lockey - National Portrait Gallery

Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor - While in Rome, Frederick III married Eleanor of Portugal, enabling him to build a network of connections with dynasties in the west and southeast of Europe. After Frederick III's coronation, the Habsburgs were able to hold the imperial throne almost continuously for centuries, until 1806.

Eleanor of Portugal, Holy Roman Empress - Wikipedia

falconer with birds

bartleby-company:View of a falconer or ‘falcon seller’ playing a wind instrument and carrying seven birds on a hoop suspended from his neck. The figure’s turban suggests Mughal origins of the wearer. [Nd.

A Boy with a Falcon,  c.1665 - Joan van Noordt

Jan van Noordt "Boy with a Falcon", 1665 (The Netherlands, Baroque / Dutch Golden Age, cent.

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