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 "The Merchant´s Daughter" by Rolf Nesch, a drypoint and colored aquatint on paper depicting the stylized figure of a young woman in a blue coat amidst abstract swirling patterns suggestive of wind, in muted tones of blue, white, and beige on cream paper.

The Merchant´s Daughter

Rolf Nesch

 "Unhappy mother!" by Francisco de Goya is an etching featuring a distraught woman reaching out toward a child while another woman holds her back; to the side, a man walks away, and the scene is set against a minimalistic backdrop with sepia tones.

Unhappy mother!

Francisco de Goya

 "Jente ved vindu," a black and white linocut print by artist Georg Schrimpf, depicting a stylized female figure sitting by a window, reflecting or daydreaming, with a small plant on the sill and an urban backdrop suggested by geometric shapes representing buildings.

Jente ved vindu

Georg Schrimpf

 An etching by Francisco de Goya titled "Nanny's boy" depicting an elderly woman, possibly a nanny, walking while carrying a thumb-sucking infant in her arms. The detailed black and white artwork uses shades of gray to highlight textures and expressions, suggesting a traditional setting and attire.

Nanny' s boy

Francisco de Goya

 "Portrett av datteren Inger," an impressionist-style oil painting by Julius Paulsen on canvas, showcasing a young woman in a green dress looking to the left in a room with muted earthy tones.

Portrett av datteren Inger

Julius Paulsen

 A lithograph on paper by Pablo Picasso titled "Young Girl Inspired by Cranach," depicting a stylized monochromatic portrait of a young girl with expressive features, curly hair with a floral wreath, and an ornate garment, in shades of brown and black.

Young Girl Inspired by Cranach

Pablo Picasso

 Hand-colored lithograph on paper by an unknown lithographer depicting a fourteen-year-old girl with a pale and patchy complexion indicative of leprosy. She wears a gray headscarf, a green checkered collar, an orange-brown attire, and a red and green striped scarf. Her expression is solemn with a soft, direct gaze. The artwork is titled "En fjorten år gammel pike som er rammet av spedalskhet."

En fjorten år gammel pike som er rammet av spedalskhet

Ukjent litograf

 "Where is mother going?" by Francisco de Goya, an etching featuring a distressed woman in mid-stride carrying two children with a chaotic background, rendered in a monochromatic palette.

Where is mother going?

Francisco de Goya

 "Jeftas datter," a hand-woven tapestry by Frida Hansen, depicting a central woman in a flared gown with red and pink tones, surrounded by stylized figures, patterns,

Jeftas datter

 Monochromatic etching

Hva far gjorde - var alltid rett! La meg gjøre det samme! VI

Arne Bendik Sjur

 "She fleeces him" by Francisco de Goya, an etching on paper showing a sly-looking woman seated on the lap of an unconscious or asleep man, holding an item with a complicit second woman standing behind. Rendered in sepia tones, the scene captures a moment of deceit in period clothing.

She fleeces him

Francisco de Goya

 Oil painting by Halfdan Strøm on canvas depicting a young girl in a white dress with blue floral patterns standing in center; her hair in braids with red ribbons, wearing a matching red-bowed hat and dark boots, set against an impressionistic backdrop of green foliage with hints of blue, white, and yellow flowers.

The Artist's Daughter Mox at fourteen

Halfdan Strøm

 "Gustava, ung finsk jente fra Uleåborg" by Sébastien-Charles Giraud, lithograph on paper showing a young woman in traditional Finnish clothing from the 19th century. Her contemplative expression is framed by a dark headscarf, and the artwork features a monochromatic color palette with shades of brown on an off-white paper.

Gustava, ung finsk jente fra Uleåborg

 A hand-colored woodcut on wove paper by John Savio, titled "Boy and Girl," featuring a young couple in close proximity, foreheads nearly touching, with the boy in a dark hat and coat and the girl in a colorful, patchwork-like outfit against the backdrop of a bare tree and a gradient pale sky.

Boy and Girl

John Savio

 "Will she rise again?" by Francisco de Goya, an etching and polishing on paper depicting a shadowy scene with a female figure lying on the ground, possibly struggling to get up, while a male figure stands by her side in a dark, tumultuous environment, executed in sepia tones.

Will she rise again?

Francisco de Goya

 Black and white etching by Francisco de Goya titled "Even thus he cannot make her out," depicting a man and woman in a close encounter, with the woman's expression partially visible while a second woman observes them from the side. The scene conveys drama and intimacy with a background that fades into shadows.

Even thus he cannot make her out

Francisco de Goya

 "Portrait of Girl," an oil painting by Magnhild Haavardsholm featuring a young girl with fair skin and pulled-back hair dressed in a long-sleeved blue top and dark skirt, seated in a chair against a backdrop of soft greens and blues with a hint of floral pattern in red and pink to the right. The painting conveys a tranquil and introspective mood.

Portrait of Girl

Magnhild Haavardsholm

 "Faraos datter," a tapestry by Frida Hansen, features a central feminine figure in an Egyptian-style ensemble, with subordinate figures and animals on either side, all woven in warm earthy tones with Egyptian motifs in the borders.

Faraos datter

Frida Hansen

 A figurine of a woman with a serene expression, wearing a burnt orange blouse, dotted white skirt, holding a mustard yellow shawl, standing on a green base.


 "Ungpikeprofil" by Arild Yttri, a monochromatic copperplate engraving on paper depicting a young girl in profile with a braid and a butterfly-patterned top. The artwork is rich in shades of black, gray, and white, exuding a soft and detailed realism.


Arild Yttri

 "The ponytail" by Henrik Finne, a color woodcut print on paper, showing the side profile of a contemplative young girl with her hair in a ponytail, rendered in earthy green and brown tones with a textured background.

The ponytail

Henrik Finne

 "Poor little things!" by Francisco de Goya, depicting two shawled women in a somber setting, with intricate use of black, white, and gray tones to highlight texture and emotion.

Poor little things!

Francisco de Goya

 "Because she was susceptible" by Francisco de Goya, an aquatint etching on paper showcasing a monochromatic image of a woman sitting on the ground, dressed in a flowing garment with her head bowed in a reflective or sorrowful manner, set against a stark, lightly shaded background.

Because she was susceptible

Francisco de Goya

 Monochrome drypoint etching by Arne Bendik Sjur titled "Hva far gjorde - var alltid rett! La meg gjøre det samme! XVII" featuring a contemplative man observing a child standing in a doorway with another child seated holding a doll, under the watchful presence of a large, haloed smiling face above.

Hva far gjorde - var alltid rett! La meg gjøre det samme! XVII

Arne Bendik Sjur

 A lithograph on paper by Pablo Picasso titled "Head of a Young Girl" depicting a stylized portrait of a young girl with large, helmet-like hair, rendered in shades of black and gray, with bold lines delineating her facial features.

Head of a Young Girl

Pablo Picasso

 Sculpted figurine of a child in traditional attire crouching and playing with a ball, crafted in varying shades of cream and light beige, set against a plain white background.


 "Jeune fille, célestine et petit-mâitre" by Pablo Picasso, an etching on paper depicting three figures side by side in monochromatic black on white paper, with the left figure in a wide-brimmed hat and a cloak, the center figure standing erect and facing forward, and the right figure a young female with textured hair and a patterned dress.

Jeune fille, célestine et petit-mâitre

Pablo Picasso

 "The Woman and Her Children" by Rolf Nesch - a fine art print on paper depicting a mother in gray and beige tones with a touch of yellow on her apron, holding an infant and with a toddler by her side, rendered with cold needle and colored aquatint techniques.

The Woman and Her Children

Rolf Nesch

 "En sabinerinne vugger sitt barn" by Kristian Zahrtmann, an oil painting of a mother seated beside a bed, gently rocking her baby in a wicker basket. She is dressed in a cream blouse and pale blue skirt with a dark apron, in a room filled with warm brown tones.

En sabinerinne vugger sitt barn

Kristian Zahrtmann

 Etching on paper by Lena Cronqvist titled "Pike med rundkolbe nr. 4" depicting a simple black and white scene of a young girl holding a large round-bottomed flask, with stark contrast and minimal background detail, emphasizing the interaction between the child and the object.

Pike med rundkolbe nr. 4

Lena Cronqvist