Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps, just published by the British Library - See more at: http://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/magnificentmaps/2013/08/whimsical-sea-monsters.html#sthash.QlGuwhh5.dpuf P.93 fig.7
Wang Daokun (1525-1593) Visiting a friend by a mountain stream Hanging scroll, ink on silk; inscribed by the artist "In the autumn of the yiyou year (1585) Nanming Wang Daokun painted" with two seals of the artist reading Wang Daokun yin and Zi Yuqing, accompanied by a silk wrapping cloth and a wood box, both inscribed with colophons by numerous Chinese and Japanese connoisseurs. 59 1/2 x 22 3/4in (151 x 57.8cm)
CALENDAR WITH WEEKDAYS, FEASTDAYS AND GOLDEN NUMBERS MS in Swedish on brass, Sweden, 1540, 1 clog, 24x3x1 cm, single column, (23x3 cm), 2+2 lines in runes from the younger futhark of high quality, 95 feastday symbols. Provenance: 1. T.T.H., Sweden (1593); 2. E.E.H.S., Sweden (1611); 3. Arne Gurholt, Oslo. Commentary: Runic clogs of brass of this early date are known by 1 or 2 copies in public Swedish collections only. http://www.schoyencollection.com/calendars.html#1568
The three Le Nain brothers were painters in 17th-century France : Antoine Le Nain (c.1599-1648), Louis Le Nain (c.1593-1648), and Mathieu Le Nain (1607–1677). They produced genre works, portraits and portrait miniatures. ~ "Peasants in a Tavern"