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  1. Illustration From Grimm's Fairy Tale, The Three Little Men In The Wood
  2. Connecticut Warbler
  3. Study of ash and other trees
  4. Vintage French Birds III
  5. Great Marbled Godwit
  6. Antique Greenery IV
  7. Love By Le Pape
  8. Hitchhiking Pin Up Girl
  9. Audubon: Sparrow
  10. Yosemite, Cathedral Spires, 1874
  11. Japonica, Magnolia and Butterflies
  12. Cassel Tropical Birds I
  13. Jesus Walking on the Sea, John 6:19-21, illustration
  14. Tulipa II
  15. Steam Train Carrying US Mail Across Sierra Nevada In 1870s
  16. An old man watches the crows
  17. Tomato, 1613
  18. Sandpiper, historical artwork
  19. Antique Herb Botanical IV
  20. Costume design for Nijinsky (1889-1950) for his role as the Blue God, 1911
  21. Little stint, historical artwork
  22. West end of the Parthenon, from Views of the Remains of Ancient Monuments In Greece
  23. Red-shouldered Hawk and Northern Bobwhite
  24. St. Michael and the Dragon, from a Latin edition, 1511
  25. Illustration By Arthur Rackham From Grimm's Fairy Tale, The Cunning Little Tailor
  26. Fruits and Foliage III
  27. American Redstart
  28. Salt Lake City, 1850
  29. Krakowiak, Tance Polskie, 1927
  30. Abundance of the Garden I
  31. Scrooge Objects to Christmas. Illustration for the novella A Christmas Carol
  32. Tropical Toucans VII
  33. Buff breasted Sandpiper
  34. Rose Victor Trouillard
  35. Edinburgh Castle From The Grass-Market
  36. Raven Wings
  37. Florence Nightingale (1820-1910) illustration from World Noted Women
  38. Turpin Exotic Palms VII
  39. Illustration For Purgatorio By Dante Alighieri, Canto II, Lines 42 And 43
  40. Vintage architecture print of The United States Capitol Building
  41. Delicate Tropicals VI
  42. Besler Florilegium II
  43. Leach's Storm Petrel
  44. Morris Pheasants VI
  45. The White Rabbit Is Late
  46. Pencil Sketch of Niccolo Paganini by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
  47. Flower Study and Insects
  48. St. Jerome in his Study, by Albrecht Durer, 1511