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Pencil. fifty two. five x 31. 2 cm. 29 / JEAN-AUGUSTE-DOMINIQUE INGRES (1780–1867) Nudes, research for The Golden Age. Pencil on white paper pale to ivory, defined with a stylus. 39 x 28. 1 cm. 30 / JEAN BAPTISTE CAMILLE COROT (1796–1875) Nude determine status with fingers Crossed Above Her Breasts. Pencil on white paper. forty seven x 24 cm. 31 / EUGÈNE DELACROIX (1798–1863) women Wrestling. Pencil. 22 x 27 cm. 32 / WILLIAM FROST (1810–1877) Black and white chalk. forty six x 34 cm. 33 / ÉDOUARD MANET (1832–1883) Seated Nude girl.
Black chalk, with white chalk highlights around the shoulders. 23. five x 27. four cm. 21 / REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (1606–1669) Seated Nude lady. Pen and brush, bistre, black chalk and charcoal. 28. eight x 19. 1 cm. 22 / ANTOINE COYPEL (1661–1722) A examine of a Seated Male Nude. Black and white chalks on blue paper. 33. 7 x 23. 1 cm. 23 / JEAN ANTOINE WATTEAU (1684–1721) Nude girl on a Divan. pink and black chalk on a truly light bluish-gray paper. 22. five x 25. four cm. 24 / WILLIAM HOGARTH (1697–1764) Seated Nude lady Academy determine.
30. eight x 19. 2 cm. nine / PORDENONE (1484–1539) determine of Time. Pen and brown ink and brown wash on light blue paper, heightened with white. 27. five x forty two cm. 10 / SEBASTIANO DEL PIOMBO (ca. 1485–1547) Nude girl status. Black chalk heightened with white on azure paper. 35. three x 18. nine cm. eleven / AGNOLO BRONZINO (1503–1572) reproduction after Bandinelli’s Cleopatra. Black chalk on white paper. 38. five x 21. five cm. 12 / JOST AMMAN (1539–1591) status Male Nude. Pen and ink. 26 x 17. five cm. thirteen / TINTORETTO (1518–1594) Nude girl Reclining.
Five x 28. five cm. 28 / JOHN CONSTABLE (1776–1837) Male Nude. Pencil. fifty two. five x 31. 2 cm. 29 / JEAN-AUGUSTE-DOMINIQUE INGRES (1780–1867) Nudes, learn for The Golden Age. Pencil on white paper pale to ivory, defined with a stylus. 39 x 28. 1 cm. 30 / JEAN BAPTISTE CAMILLE COROT (1796–1875) Nude determine status with palms Crossed Above Her Breasts. Pencil on white paper. forty seven x 24 cm. 31 / EUGÈNE DELACROIX (1798–1863) women Wrestling. Pencil. 22 x 27 cm. 32 / WILLIAM FROST (1810–1877) Black and white chalk. forty six x 34 cm.
Five / ALBRECHT DÜRER (1471–1528) woman Nude, noticeable from the again, keeping a employees and a material. Brush and India ink. 32 x 21 cm. 6 / JAN GOSSAERT VAN MABUSE (ca. 1478–1533/36) Adam and Eve. Black chalk. sixty two. eight x forty seven. 7 cm. 7 / MICHELANGELO BUONARROTI (1475–1564) experiences for the Libyan Sibyl. pink chalk. 29 x 21. three cm. eight / RAPHAEL (1483–1520) Leda and the Swan. Pen and ink over blind-stylus comic strip. 30. eight x 19. 2 cm. nine / PORDENONE (1484–1539) determine of Time. Pen and brown ink and brown wash on pale blue paper, heightened with white.