Akbarnama (Book of Akbar), from the Collection Nathaniel Middleton, he was from 1750 – 1807 an East India Company resident at Lucknow (India). The book is created in North India, probably Murshidabad, late 18th century. It’s a Persian manuscript on cream-coloured paper.
Andy Warhol, Joseph Beuys in memoriam screenprint in colors on paper. Executed in 1986.
Attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, Anne of Denmark, 1614.
Co Westerik, Gramophone player, 1971, oil paint and tempera on panel.
George Bellows, Men of the docks, 1912 (Detail).
Joseph Mallord William Turner, Light and colour, Goethes theory – The morning after the deluge – Moses writing the book of Genesis. Exhibited in 1843. Oil on canvas.
Paul Gauguin, The washerwomen, Arles, 1888, oil on burlap.
Richard Mosse, Safe from harm, 2012, photo.
Walid Siti, Deconstructed pyramid, 2013, straw, clay and acrylic on MDF.