The Pedlar, from Hans Holbein's series of engravings, Dance of Death.

Dance of Death, The Pedlar

The Pedlar, from Hans Holbein's series of engravings, Dance of Death.

A wagon comprised to carry the essential equipment for blacksmiths and artisans to perform their work.

Traveling Forge

A wagon comprised to carry the essential equipment for blacksmiths and artisans to perform their work.

"Not made on the spot but probably presenting approximately the king of equipage in which Napoleon traveled. He was accompanied by five other persons only."—Hazen, 1917

Napoleon Returning to France

"Not made on the spot but probably presenting approximately the king of equipage in which Napoleon traveled.…

This painting is by Andrea Mantegna is a good example of how the artist placed the figures in the background. The people seem to flow together in his work. The painting can now be found Hampton Court in Kensington Palace.

Part of the Triumphs of Julius Cesar

This painting is by Andrea Mantegna is a good example of how the artist placed the figures in the background.…

A large group of travelers in boats sailing on to the discovery of Lebanon.

Phoenician Fleet on a Voyage of Discovery

A large group of travelers in boats sailing on to the discovery of Lebanon.

This is an illustration of the Fairy Queen by English artist Walter Crane in 1896. It is an English epic poem by Edmund Spenser. This illustration shows a ship traveling the sea.

Fairy Queen

This is an illustration of the Fairy Queen by English artist Walter Crane in 1896. It is an English…

"Traveling would seem to have a distinctly selfish tendency."

Traveling Selfishly

"Traveling would seem to have a distinctly selfish tendency."