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Link Israhel van Meckenem The Falconer and Noble Lady, c. 1495/1503 Rosenwald Collection 1951.10.101
Artefact Italian landscape with a falconer by Frederik de Moucheron (1633-1686) Italian landscape with a falconer by Frederik de Moucheron (1633-1686)
Link Italian Noblemen,middle of 14th c.
Artefact Italian School Late Nineteenth "young Falconer" Italian School Late Nineteenth "young Falconer"
Artefact IV Falconers IV Falconers
Link Ivory Pyxis, Umayyad Spain, 970 from Madinat al-Zahra
Artefact IVORY SECTIONAL OKIMONO OF A FALCONER SIGNED HARUYAMA, MEIJI PERIOD IVORY SECTIONAL OKIMONO OF A FALCONER SIGNED HARUYAMA, MEIJI PERIOD
Artefact Ivory statue of a falconer in Japan Ivory statue of a falconer in Japan. 19th century
Link Ivory statue of a falconer, Japanese, Meiji period, late 19th century
Link Ivory statue of Japanese falconer thanks to Huisheng Chen
Link J.Elias Ridinger ( 1698 – 1767 ): Falknerin mit behaubten Falken und Windspiel; Foto: UMJ, N.Lackn
Artefact Jack Mavrogordato, Renz Waller and Ernesto Coppaloni Jack Mavrogordato, Renz Waller and Ernesto Coppaloni
Artefact Jacobean Hawk Ring for George Ashton of Minting Jacobean Hawk Ring for George Ashton of Minting
Artefact James IV King of Scotland (1473-1513) copy by Daniel Mijtens James IV King of Scotland (1473-1513) copy by Daniel Mijtens
Artefact JAMES IV, King of Scotland (1473-1513) JAMES IV, King of Scotland (1473-1513)
Link James Robert Granville Exley (1878-1967) ‘The Young Falconer’, portrait of Mary Exley
Link James Robertson Justice (1907-1975) - Beloved Bear - as falconer - photo
Artefact Jan Weenix - The dead swan and deer. 2,5 x 3 meter. Jan Weenix - The dead swan and deer. 2,5 x 3 meter.
Artefact Jan Weenix. The dead heron and a deer. Jan Weenix. The dead heron and a deer.
Link Japanese bronze hawk perched on a gnarled wood tree base (1868 to 1912 Japan)