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Agasias of Ephesus
Cast of the Borghese Gladiator
Plaster cast, 19th century?
Sir William Allan RA
The Shepherd's Grace, 1835
Oil on panel
Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema RA
'And seeing a water-bird fly upward, [Zal] took his bow and shot it through the heart ...'
Etching with drypoint
Portrait of Henry William Banks Davis, R.A., 1904
Oil on canvas
A Family Group, 1896
Caracalla: AD 211, 1902
Henry Hugh Armstead RA
Two drawings of a male figure wearing a crown and carrying a book
Pen and ink over pencil on cream wove paper
Standing male figure wearing a crown and carrying a book
Three studies of a seated male figure for Llandaff Cathedral carvings
Pen and dark brown ink over pencil on cream wove paper
A seated male figure, for carvings at Llandaff Cathedral
Studies of seated male figures for Llandaff Cathedral carvings
Studies of a seated male figure for carvings at Llandaff Cathedral
Study of a kneeling male figure for the cornice of the Westminster Abbey reredos, ca. 1867
Pencil on cream wove paper
Figure studies for the carving on the Bishop's Throne, Llandaff Cathedral, probably 1863
Pen and brown ink over pencil on cream wove paper
A standing male figure, possibly Watt, for the Albert Hall frieze, by 1871
Pen and ink with pencil on cream wove paper
Two male figures, for the Albert Hall frieze, by 1871
Standing male nudes, for the Albert Hall frieze, by 1871
Two standing male figures carrying mallets, for the Albert Hall frieze, by 1871
Drawings of standing male figures, for the Albert Hall frieze, by 1871
Nude studies of male figures for the external frieze on the Royal Albert Hall, by 1871
Pen and black ink over pencil on cream wove paper
Compositional sketch for 'Sea-Weeds', by 1862
Study of a recumbent male figure for 'The Sun and Moon Stand Still', 1860s?
Study of a stooping male figure for 'The Sun and Moon Stand Still', 1860s?
Pencil and white gouache on cream wove paper
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