• Saint Lucy :: c.1473-1474
  • Artist: Francesco del Cossa, Italian
  • Repository: National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
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The Kress Collection encompasses more than 3,000 works of European art, and is distinguished for its abundance of Italian Renaissance paintings. The Collection was donated to scores of regional and academic art museums throughout the United States between 1929 and 1961, with the single largest donation reserved for the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C.

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Giovanni Battista Caccini, attributed to
Guido Cagnacci, attributed to
Benedetto Caliari, attributed to
Giovanni Battista Cambi (called Bombarda)
Luca Cambiaso
Camelio (Vittore Gambello), circle of
Girolamo Campagna, circle of
Domenico Campagnola
Robert Campin, follower of
Robert Campin, follower of
Canaletto (Giovanni Antonio Canal)
Canaletto (Giovanni Antonio Canal), attributed to
Canaletto (Giovanni Antonio Canal), follower of
Canaletto (Giovanni Antonio Canal), workshop of
Giovanni Candida
Giovanni Candida, attributed to
Giovanni Candida, follower of
Pietro Candido (Peter De Witte)
Puccio Capanna
Caradosso
Giovanni Cariani (Giovanni Busi)
Mathias Carl
Martin Carlin
Martin Carlin, attributed to
Carmagnola 15th Century
Fra Carnevale
Giovanni Francesco Caroto
Giovanni Francesco Caroto, attributed to
Vittore Carpaccio
Vittore Carpaccio, attributed to
Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux
Giulio Carpioni
Agostino Carracci
Annibale Carracci
Lodovico Carracci
Rosalba Carriera
Cristoforo Caselli
Felice Antonio Casone
Francesco Castiglione, attributed to
Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione
School of Castile (Juan de Borgoña?)
Vincenzo Catena
Danese Cattaneo
Danese Cattaneo, after
Gian Marco Cavalli
Antonio de Bellis, attributed to
Giovanni Cavino
Cecco di Pietro
Benvenuto Cellini
Cenni di Francesco di Ser Cenni
Central Italian 15th or 16th Century (Roman 15th or 16th Century?)
Central or North Italian 16th Century
Giacomo Ceruti, circle of
Cesare da Bagno
Cesare da Sesto (Il Milanese)
Philippe de Champaigne
Jean Siméon Chardin
Petrus Christus
Antonio Cicognara (Ferrarese School, previously attributed to)
Cima da Conegliano
Cima da Conegliano, follower of
Cimabue, attributed to
Cimabue, contemporary of
Cimabue, follower of (Deodato Orlandi da Lucca?)
Jaime Cirera
Vincenzo Civerchio
Matteo Civitali
Matteo Civitali, circle of
Pieter Claez
Clemente da Urbino
Claude Michel (called Clodion), attributed to
Clodion
François Clouet
Leonardo Carlo Coccorante
Gasparo Coirano, attributed to
Bernardino de' Conti
Jean Baptiste Camille Corot, attributed to
Lodovico Corradini
Antonio Allegri Correggio, attributed to
Correggio
Correggio (Antonio Allegri), follower of
Pietro da Cortona
Francesco Cossa (Ferrarese School, late 15th c., previously attributed to)
Francesco del Cossa
Lorenzo Costa
Costanzo da Ferrara
Antoine Coysevox
Girolamo di Benvenuto, style of
Guidoccio Cozzarelli (Guidoccio di Giovanni di Marco Cozzarelli)
Lucas Cranach the Elder
Lucas Cranach the Elder, attributed to
Lucas Cranach the Elder, workshop of
Lucas Cranach the Younger
Lorenzo di Credi (Lorenzo d'Andrea d'Odregio)
Lorenzo di Credi, follower of
Lorenzo di Credi, follower of
Giuseppe Maria Crespi
Giuseppe Maria Crespi, attributed to
Donato Creti
Cristoforo di Geremia
Cristoforo di Geremia, attributed to
Unknown Neapolitan School
Carlo Crivelli
Vittore Crivelli
Simone dei Crocefissi
Antonio Marinetti, attributed to
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