Nathaniel Jocelyn, Joseph Cinqué (1840)
Sengbe Pieh (c.1814 – c.1879), later known as Joseph Cinqué, was a West African man of the Mende people and was the most prominent defendant in the case United States v. The Amistad, in which it was found that he and 51 others had been victims of the illegal Atlantic slave trade.
Nathaniel Jocelyn painted portraits of Joseph Cinqué and of the abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison. He went on to found the National Bank Note Engraving Company. After Trumbull, he is represented by more portraits in the Yale collection than any other artist. In 1827 he was elected into the National Academy of Design as an Associate member, and became a full Academician in 1946.
A collection of sketches by Joseph Stalin
Józef Kossakowski by Kazimierz Wojniakowski, 1794
Jusepe de Ribera
Saint Sebastian Tended by Saint Irene (c. 1621)
Bilbao Fine Arts Museum, Spain
French School, Male Nude, 18th century
Tommies Bathing I and II, John Singer Sargent, 1918.
Rex Whistler 1940 self portrait (by mpt.1607)
Saint Michael the Archangel (c. 1617)
Museum of Fine Arts, Santander, Spain
Attributed to Diego Velázquez
Saint John the Baptist in the Wilderness (1618-25)
Art Institute of Chicago