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Other Portraits of David

King of Israel

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  CASTIGLIONE, Giovanni Benedetto
      David with the head of Goliath (C. 1655):
            Head of David
      Madonna in majesty, The (1285-86):
            Abraham and David
  FETI, Domenico
      David (C. 1620):
            Head of David
      Ascension, The (1456-57):
            Left group of Old Testament personages, lower part of constellation (Moses and David)
  MASTER of the Cypresses
      King David as scribe (1430s):
            David, upper part of figure
            Lower left part of picture
            Lower right part of picture
            Upper left part of picture
            Upper right part of picture
      Ancestors of Christ: Jesse - David - Solomon (1511-12):
            David (?), upper part of figure
      David (1504):
            Head of David
            Head of David
            Rear view
            Right hand of David
  PERUGINO, Pietro
      Almighty with prophets, kings, and sybils, The (1500):
            Heads of David and Daniel
  QUELLIN, Erasmus II
      Saul and David (C. 1635):
  RATNER, Phillip
            Upper part of figure
  REMBRANDT Harmenszoon van Rijn
      David and Uriah (C. 1665):
            Head of David
  Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, School of?
      David and Uriah (C. 1665):
            Head of David
  SLUTER, Claus
      Prophet (King) David (1395-1406):
            Upper part of figure
  UNKNOWN; French Master
      Scenes from the life of David (C. 1250):
            David with covered head, upper part of figure
  UNKNOWN; German Master
      Annunciation, The (C. 1170s):
      Assumption of the Virgin, The (C. 1170s):
  UNKNOWN; Illustrator of 'St. Albans Psalter', England, first half of 12th century
      I have placed help on a mighty one, and have exalted one chosen out of my people (First half of the 12th century):
            Upper bar of cross
      On his head a crown of precious stones (First half of the 12th century):