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241 results filtered with: Alchemists
  • An alchemist in his laboratory. Oil painting by or after David Ryckaert III.
  • An alchemist with his assistants in his laboratory. Engraving by J.P. Le Bas, 1747, after D. Teniers.
  • An alchemist. Oil painting after Pieter Bruegel.
  • An alchemist in his laboratory. Oil painting by a follower of David Teniers the younger.
  • An alchemist in a short orange gown blowing bellows into a still with an alembic. Pastel drawing.
  • A philosopher in his study, reading a book containing a print of a skeleton. Etching by J.A. von Prenner, 1728, after C. Paudiss.
  • An alchemist at his furnace, hunched over bellows. Coloured mezzotint by H. Dawe after D. Teniers the younger.
  • Interior with an alchemist. Oil painting by Thomas Wijck (Thomas Wyck).
  • An alchemist in his laboratory. Oil painting by a follower of David Teniers the younger.
  • An alchemist and his assistant hoping to turn base metal into gold. Aquatint after T. Rowlandson.
  • An alchemist seated at a furnace, turning away in thought. Oil painting by or after David Teniers II (?).
  • An elderly alchemist seated in an armchair in his study, conducting an experiment. Drawing.
  • Two children wait nervously while an alchemist secretively concocts a mixture at his stove. Pen and wash drawing by G. Robinson.
  • An alchemist working with his assistants at a crucible. Etching by F. Pedro after F. Maggiotto.
  • An alchemist. Oil painting by E.C. Barnes.
  • An alchemist seated at a furnace, turning away in thought. Oil painting by or after David Teniers II (?).
  • An alchemist in his laboratory. Oil painting by or after David Ryckaert III.
  • A savant in his cabinet, surrounded by chemical and other apparatus, examining a flask. Oil painting by Mattheus van Helmont, 167-.
  • An alchemist stoking a furnace in a dimly lit room, as daylight shines through a window. Engraving by P-F. Basan after T. Wyck.
  • A monkey-alchemist pumps a bellows in a laboratory; alluding to the vanity of alchemy. Process print after J.P. Le Bas after D. Teniers the younger.
  • An alchemist in his laboratory. Oil painting by a follower of David Teniers the younger.
  • An alchemist poring over a book, on his table stand an hour-glass, a skull, and an astrological globe. Engraving by J.N. Tardieu after D. Teniers the younger, 1640/1650.
  • Scene from Sir Walter Scott's "Anne of Geierstein": Hermione takes refuge in the chemical laboratory of Sir Herman, an Austrian alchemist. Oil painting.
  • An alchemist in his laboratory. Oil painting by a follower of David Teniers the younger.
  • An alchemist in his laboratory. Oil painting by James Nasmyth.
  • An alchemist wearing a tall hat, sitting at a table containing his chemical instruments. Lithograph by H. Wood after F. Howard.
  • An alchemist and his assistant hoping to turn base metal into gold. Aquatint after T. Rowlandson.
  • An alchemist in his laboratory. Oil painting by or after David Ryckaert III.
  • An alchemist making gold. Oil painting by Hendrik Heerschop, 1665.
  • An alchemist in his laboratory. Oil painting by a follower of David Teniers the younger.