• 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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Gentile da Fabriano, follower of
Gentile di Niccolo Massio, called Gentile da Fabriano
Etienne-Maurice Falconet
Gian Maria Falconetto, attributed to
Giovanni Falier
Francesco Fanelli, workshop of
Federigo Coc...
Paolo di Giovanni Fei
Henry Ferguson
Northern Italian School
Ferrarese 15th Century
Ferrarese 15th Century(?)
Ferrarese 16th Century
Ferrarese-Bolognese School (Amico Aspertini?)
Defendente Ferrari
Gaudenzio Ferrari, circle of
Francesco di Simone Ferrucci
Domenico Fetti
Domenico Fetti, workshop of
Paolo Fiammingo
Domenico Fiasella
Filarete
Filippo da Verona
Filippo Lippi and Sandro Botticelli, circle of
Maso Finiguerra
Paolo Finoglia, previously attributed to Artemisia Gentileschi
Adriano Fiorentino
Niccolò Fiorentino
Niccolò Fiorentino, attributed to
Niccolò Fiorentino, style of
Pier Francesco Fiorentino
Pier Francesco Fiorentino (Pseudo)
Niccolo di Giovanni Fiorentino, follower of
Niccolo di Giovanni Fiorentino, workshop of
Flemish 15th Century
Flemish 16th Century
Probably Flemish 16th Century, (after a model by Leone Leoni?)
Flemish 17th Century(?)
Flemish Master, second half of the 16th c.
Govaert Flinck, attributed to (Rembrandt van Rijn, previously attributed to circle of)
Florentine School
Florentine School, c. 1475
Florentine School, close to Botticini
Florentine School, mid 15th c. (Andrea di Giusto?)
Florentine, possibly after a model by Desiderio da Settignano (stem with integral base); Florentine 19th Century (dome, enclosure, base beneath enclosure); Florentine 19th Century (finial, bottom plin
Francesco Botticini, attributed to
Florentine 15th Century
Florentine 15th Century (pax frame?), western European 19th Century (miniature)
Florentine 15th Century, after the Antique
Florentine 15th or 16th Century, after a model by Andrea del Verrocchio and Orsino Benintendi (?)
Florentine 15th or 16th Century, after the Antique
Florentine 16th Century
Florentine 16th Century (?)
Florentine 19th Century
Florentine 19th Century, after Master of the Marble Madonnas
Florentine Master, mid 15th Century
Florentine School, Italian
Peter Flötner
Peter Flötner, attributed to a follower of
Peter Flötner, style of
Niccolò da Foligno
Annibale Fontana
Annibale Fontana, after
Annibale Fontana, attributed to
Lavinia Fontana
Vincenzo Foppa
Vincenzo Foppa, follower of
Vincenzo Foppa, follwer of (possibly Niccolò da Varallo)
Fra Angelico (Guido di Pietro)
Lorenzo Fragni
Jean-Honoré Fragonard
Pietro Francavilla (Pierre de Francqueville)
Giovanni Francesco da Rimini
Francesco da Sangallo
Francesco di Andrea Anguilla, attributed to
Francesco di Giorgio, workshop of
Francesco di Giorgio Martini
Francesco Francia
Francesco Francia, after
Francesco Francia, attributed to
Francesco Francia, follower of
Francesco Francia, follower of
Franciabigio (Francesco di Cristofano)
Franconian School, mid 15th c.
Francesco d'Antonio (Francesco d'Antonio di Bartolommeo)
French (?) Artist
French 13th Century
French 14th Century
French 15th Century
French 16th Century
French 16th Century (?)
French 17th Century
French 18th Century
French 19th Century
French 19th Century (?)
French 19th Century, after Jacopo Sansovino
French Master
French Master, active 1561
French or Belgian 19th Century (?)
French or Italian 16th Century, after Michel Colombe
Bernardino Fungai
Jan Fyt
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