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Ivor Abrahams RA
Figure study, 1985-86
Gouache on paper
Henry Hugh Armstead RA
Study of a stooping male figure for 'The Sun and Moon Stand Still', 1860s?
Pencil and white gouache on cream wove paper
Study for an illustration to Tennyson's poem 'Godiva'
Pen and ink on cream wove paper
Male nude stooping to pick up a stone
Pen and ink and wash on cream wove paper
Study of a man, for the reredos of Hythe Church, Kent
Pen and ink with wash and white highlights over pencil on green wove paper
Study of a man supporting the head of another figure, for the reredos of Hythe Church, Kent
Studies for 'The Obedience of Joshua', 1879
Green wove paper
Attributed to Gaspar Becerra
Posterior view of male skeleton, 1556
Etching and engraving
From: Capitoline Museums (Rome)
Cast of relief showing Endymion and his dog
Plaster cast, 18th century?
Sir George Clausen RA
Study of a Dutch woman washing fish in a tub (Volendam), mid-late 1870s
Oil on canvas
Study of an old man in a stooping position, relating to 'The Old Reaper', ca. 1909
Crayon on laid paper
Man sharpening a sickle beside a haystack, probably 1900s
Ink and watercolour on laid paper
Study for 'In the Bean Field', ca.1904
Pastel on wove paper
Figure outlines for a hoeing subject, relating to 'Sons of the Soil', probably ca. 1901
Ink and pencil on wove paper
Drawing after 'Boys Making a Fire', 1892
Ink on card
Study for the female figure in 'Allotment Gardens', ca. 1899
Pastel and crayon on wove paper
Study of a male figure, relating to a hoeing subject
Watercolour on wove paper
Figure studies for 'The Boy and the Man', ca. 1908
Crayon on wove paper
Study of the female figure for 'Allotment Gardens', ca. 1899
Pastel on wove paper. some of the heavier lines may have also been reinforced with black chalk.
Study of a stooping female figure and male figure relating to 'Allotment Gardens', probably ca. 1899
Eileen Cooper RA
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