The good harvest of 1854 by British painter Charles Allston Collins was exhibited at the Royal Academy a year after its completion in 1855.
Here Belgian Artist Théo van Rysselberghe paints a coastal scene in the pointillist style in 1892, just six years after the technique was developed.
Napoleon Accepts the Surrender of Madrid, 4th December 1808 is a Neo-classic painting by French artist Antoine-Jean Gros.
Here French painter Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres paints Inès Moitessier, a woman of French high society.
Zenobia's last look on Palmyra is an 1888 historical painting by English Pre-Raphaelite painter Herbert Gustave Schmalz.
Antoine-Jean Gros' Napoleon at the Pyramids in 1798, painted 12 years after the event in 1810 shows a packed battle scene filled with action
Mars Being Disarmed by Venus is French Neo-classical painter Jacques-Louis David's final work, painted in 1824.
1835's Hercules and Diomedes is Antoine-Jean Gros' final painting and depicts the seventh labour of Hercules
Adolph Menzel's At the Beer Garden from 1883
French artist Paul Delaroche painted the historic scene of Joan of Arc Being Interrogated in 1824 in the French Neoclassical style.
The Sisters Zénaïde and Charlotte Bonaparte is a double portrait of Napoleon's two nieces painted by Jacques-Louis David
Portrait of Lord John and Lord Bernard Stuart is a 1638 double-portrait painting by Flemish Baroque artist Anthony van Dyck.
The Death of Elizabeth I, Queen of England is an 1828 oil on canvas historical painting by French Realist artist Paul Delaroche.
In The Desperate Man the young Gustave Courbet stares manically out at us with his mouth open and his fingers tangled in his disheveled hair.
The Battle of Nazareth by French artist Antoine-Jean Gros shows the rout of Ottoman forces by the French army in April 1799.
Here French baroque painter Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres depicts in his 1862 painting Jesus Among the Doctors a young Christ preaching
This is Anthony van Dyck's 1623 portrait of one of Genoa's most prestigious aristocratic families, The Lomellini Family.
The Tragic Actor Rouvière as Hamlet is an 1866 stage portrait by French painter Édouard Manet.
Édouard Manet's The Surprised Nymph is in the tradition of Susanna and the Elders from the book of Daniel, a topic is covered extensively in art history.
Bunch of Asparagus is an 1880 Impressionist still-life painting by French artist Édouard Manet.