L a - b e a u t é - s a u v e r a - l e - m o n d e ~ D o s t o ï e v s k i

L a - b e a u t é - s a u v e r a - l e - m o n d e  ~  D o s t o ï e v s k i

Sunday, June 20, 2021

Fathers and sons

Francesco Sassetti and his son Teodoro, by Domenico Ghirlandaio, circa 1488.
Gordon Barnes and his son Graham, Woodford Green, London, unknown photographer, circa 1954.
"Mr. Able" and his son, painted salt print, calotype by Jabez Mayall, painting most likely by Andre Mansion, circa 1855.
 Father and son, unknown artist, formerly attributed to Titian, circa middle of the seventeenth century.
Father and son, by Suzuki Harunobu, circa 1766.
Father and son, 1948.
Father and son, by Cornelis de Vos, 1626.
Father and son, attributed to John Vanderlyn, circa 1825-40.
Coahuilla Indian father and son, Pala, California, by George Wharton James, circa 1905.
Father and son, French School, circa middle of the eighteenth century.
Father and son, English, artist unknown, circa 1600.
Father and son, Germany, circa 1914-18.
Laurence Davidson and his three sons, by Eugène-François-Marie-Joseph Devéria, 1850.
Father and son, circa second half of the twentieth century. 
Dirck Van Der Wissel and his son Jacob, by Thomas de Keyser, 1631.
Thomas Hopewell and his son Timothy, by Frank Buchser, 1861.
Father and son, circa 1840-50s.
Jan van de Poll and his son Harmen Hendrick, by Arnold Boonen, circa 1700-1705.
Father and sons, French School (?), circa middle of the eighteenth century.
Father and son, circa first half of the twentieth century.
Father and son, by Jonathan Budington, 1800.
Alexander J. Cassatt and his son Robert, by Mary Cassatt, 1884.
Dock worker with son, New Orleans, by John Vachon, 1943.
Father and three sons, by Bartholomäus Bruyn, circa 1535-45.
Father and son, by Mason Chamberlin, circa 1780
Father and son, circa 1840-50s.
Frederick van Velthuysen and his son Dirck, by Thomas de Keyser, circa 1657-58.
Father and son, 1895.
John Jacob Anderson and his sons, John and Edward, by Joshua Johnson, circa 1812-1815.
(The artist, freed at the age of about nineteenth, is the first African-American recorded as working in this country as a professional artist.)
George Seton, 3rd Earl of Winton, with his sons, George and Alexander, by Adam de Colone, 1625.
 Leopoldo Salcedo and his son Edgar, circa 1947.


The left hand of my father/la mano izquierda de mi papá, by Stephen O'Donnell, 1997.

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