Melvil Decimal System: 759.0838
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Landscape design; City planning
Graphic arts and decorative arts ; design
Printmaking and prints
Amusements and Recreation
Materials and Methods
Epic; Mythic; Idealistic
Genre And Still Life
Historical; Battles, etc.
Landscape, marine, nature, architecture, cityscape, other subjects
American And Canadian
Germany & Central Europe
Spanish and Portuguese
Non-literate peoples and to 499
Works under MDS 759.0838
- Masterpieces From The Berlin Museums, 1948-1949 - Exhibited In Cooperation With The Department Of The Army Of The Usa by Cleveland Museum of Art
- Masterpieces of Painting from the National Gallery of Art by Huntington Cairns
- Masterpieces of painting from the National Gallery of Art by National Gallery of Art
- The Armand Hammer Collection by Los Angeles County Museum of Art.,
- Paintings by The Frick Collection
- The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art Guide to the Collections by Stephen D. Borys
- Contemporary art of 79 countries by International Business Machines
- An exhibition of cleaned pictures, 1936-1947 by National Gallery
- The Phillips Collection, a museum of modern art and its sources. Catalogue by Duncan Phillips
- Masterpieces of Art, New York World's Fair, 1940 (Catalogue of European and American Paintings, 1500 -1900) by Walter Pach
- Paintings in the Art Institute of Chicago : a catalogue of the picture collection by The Art Institute of Chicago
- A catalogue of the paintings & drawings in the collection at Wilton House, Salisbury, Wiltshire by Sidney Herbert Pembroke
- National Gallery of Art Book of Illustrations by National Gallery of Art
- A catalogue of paintings in the John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art by William E. Suida
- Masterpieces of European painting in America by Hans Tietze
- The King's pictures; an illustrated souvenir of the exhibition of the King's pictures at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, 1946-47 by Royal Academy of Arts
- Catalogue of European paintings and sculpture from 1300-1800 by George Henry McCall
- Les chefs-d'œuvre du Musée du Prado by Museo del Prado
- Favorite Paintings From the Detroit Institute of Arts (Fifteen Color Reproductions with Descriptive Notes) by Detroit Institute of Arts
- Reality and fantasy, 1900-1954. [Catalog of the exhibition] May 23 through July 2, 1954 by Walker Art Center.
- Manolo Millares, la atracción del horror by Alfonso de la Torre
- Great paintings from the National Gallery of Art by National Gallery of Art
- European paintings from the Gulbenkian collection by Calouste Sarkis Gulbenkian
- Musée Royal De La Haye (Mauritshuis) : Catalogue Raisonné Des Tableaux Et Des Sculptures by Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis
- The sources of modern painting; a loan exhibition assembled from American public and private collections at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, March second through April ninth, 1939 by Institute of Contemporary ...
- A catalogue of paintings in the collection of Jules S. Bache by Jules S. Bache
- Duveen pictures in public collections of America; a catalogue raisonné with three hundred illustrations of paintings by the great masters, which have passed through the House of Duveen by Duveen Brothers.,
- 20th century painting and sculpture from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Winston. [Exhibition] Oct. 30-Nov. 27, 1955, University of Michigan, Museum of Art, Alumni Memorial Hall by University of Michigan.
- Second enlarged catalogue of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Collection of Non-objective Paintings, on exhibition from February 8, 1937 through February 28, 1937 by Solomon R. Guggenheim
- Illustrated guide by Sir C. J. Holmes
- Louisiana paintings of the nineteenth century, lent by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Groves, New Orleans; an exhibition in the Louisiana State University Library, October and November, 1959 by Louisiana State University
- Complete list of American and European drawings, paintings, and watercolors in the collection of the Lyman Allyn Museum by Lyman Allyn Museum.
- Old masters in America; a comprehensive guide; more than two-thousand paintings in United States and Canada by forty famous artists by John D. Morse
- Catalogue de reproductions en couleurs de peintures, 1860 à 1955 = Catalogue of colour reproductions of paintings, 1860
- The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art : guide to the collections by John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art.
- The Samuel H. Kress collection by El Paso Museum of Art.,
- Museum of Living Art A.E. Gallatin collection. New York University by A. E. Gallatin
- Catalogue of paintings, including three sets of tapestries by North Carolina Museum of ...
- CATALOGUE OF COLOUR REPRODUCTIONS OF PAINTINGS PRIOR TO 1860, 7th edition (1964) by Unspecified
- Pintura Cer© mica Valenciana : Segles XVIII- XX : les col℗ʺleccions privades by Mercedes González Teruel
- Art treasures of the Pinakothek by Ernst Büchner
- The Berlin masterpieces, paintings from the Berlin museums exhibited in coöperation with the Dept. of the Army of the United States of America ... An Art news picture book
- Masterworks of five centuries by Golden gate international exposition. Department of Fine Arts.
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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