The Flemish Proverbs (oil on canvas)
Brueghel, Pieter the Younger (c.1564-1638)
Beef, Veal, Pork, and Mutton Cuts, 180...
English School, (19th century)
The Land of Cockaigne, 1567 (oil on panel)
Bruegel, Pieter the Elder (c.1525-69)
Dzik (mixed media on paper)
Wild Boar, 1999 (graphite, conte and charcoal on paper)
Running boar, 1999 (mixed media on paper)
The Curia Lawyer's Office (oil on canv...
Vos, Paul de (c.1595-1678)
The Garden of Eden, 1659 (oil on canvas)
Kessel, Jan van, the Elder (1626-79)
Fol.59v November: Gathering Acorns (vellum)
Matfre Ermengaut (d.1322)
Temptation of St. Anthony, 1490 (oil o...
Bosch, Hieronymus (c.1450-1516)
The Wooden Gate or, The Pig Keeper, 18...
Gauguin, Paul (1848-1903)
The month of February, miniatures from...
Hollanda, Antonio de (c.1480 - c.1557) (attr.to)
Fol.59v December: Killing Pigs (vellum)
Netherlandish Proverbs, 1559 (oil on panel)
Breeding pigs and horses, from 'Opus R...
Czech School, (16th century)
The Garden of Earthly Delights, 1490-1500 (oil on panel)
Three Prize Pigs outside a Sty
Herring Snr, John Frederick (1795-1865)
Elizabethan Street Scene, from 'A Book of Roxburghe Ballads'(woodcut) (b/w photo)
The Charming Brute (colour etching)
English School, (18th century)
Young boar, Bialowieza, Poland (mixed media on paper)
Mud Pies, 1873 (oil on canvas)
Knaus, Ludwig (1829-1910)
Wild Boar Trotting, 1999 (graphite, conte and charcoal on paper)
Sacrifice of a bull, a ram and a pig in honour of the God mars, frieze from the Altar of...
Roman, (1st century AD)
The Pig Market, 1875 (oil on canvas)
Hedouin, Pierre Edmond Alexandre (1820-89)
Pigs (oil on canvas)
Soutine, Chaim (1894-1943)
Man, woman and child before an altar offering a sow as a sacrifice to Demeter and Kore (...
Praxiteles (c.400-c.330 BC) (school of)
Encounter on the Way to the Field, 1897 (oil on panel)
Herbst, Thomas Ludwig (1848-1915)
The Effects of Intemperance, c.1663-65 (oil on panel)
Steen, Jan Havicksz. (1625/26-79)
Taking the census and the sacrifice of a bull, a ram and a pig in honour of the god Mars...
Roman, (1st century BC)