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Title Artist Medium & Support Creation Date
Woman Reading Letter over Her Lover’s Shoulder   Seppo   Color woodcut   
The Embrace   Master M. Z.   Engraving  1503 
The Two Lovers   Wenzel von Olmütz     15th century 
Wooded Landscape with Herdsman Driving Cattle over a Bridge, with Rustic Lovers and Ruined Castle   Gainsborough, Thomas   Etching and soft-ground etching printed in brown ink on wove paper  1779-1780 
The Whirlwind of Lovers, Plate I   Blake, William   Engraving on linen-fiber paper  1826 (restrike printed later) 
The Kiss   Munch, Edvard   Etching, aquatint, and drypoint printed in brown-black ink on tan wove paper  1895 
The Lover’s Delay   Cole, Timothy   Wood engraving on tissue paper  1909 
The Lovers (Les Amoureux)   Appel, Karel   Color lithograph  1959 
Lovers in a Doorway, Houston, TX   Fink, Larry   Gelatin silver print  1959 (printed ca. 1980) 
Lovers Seen at Half Length   Ikeda, Eisen   Color woodcut  19th century 
Woman Combing Hair of Her Lover   Kikukawa Eizan   Color woodcut  19th century 
The Lovers   Hokushu   Color woodcut  19th century 
The Lovers   Utagawa Kunimaru   Color woodcut  19th century 
Darker Version of Laughter of Lovers   Dine, Jim   Photogravure printed from copper plate (etched directly from the original gelatin silver negative) on wove paper  2000 
The Laughter of Lovers   Dine, Jim   Photogravure printed from copper plate (etched directly from the original gelatin silver negative) on wove paper  2000 
Lovers on a Balcony   Isoda, Koryûsai   Color woodcut  ca. 1760-1780 
Lovers on a Bridge   Isoda, Koryûsai     ca. 1760-1780 
Lovers   Utagawa, Kunisada   Color woodcut  ca. 1861 
Lovers with New Year’s Ball   Kitagawa, Utamaro   Color woodcut  late 18th century - ca. 1806 
Insect Cage: Lovers at a Shop for Insect and Bird Cages   Kitagawa, Utamaro   Color woodcut  late 18th century - ca. 1806 

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