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Henry Hugh Armstead RA
Two standing male figures carrying mallets, for the Albert Hall frieze, by 1871
Pen and ink with pencil on cream wove paper
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
Studies of female nudes, probably for 'Sea-Weeds', by 1862
Pen and ink over pencil on cream wove paper
Study of a recumbent male figure for 'The Sun and Moon Stand Still', 1860s?
Pencil on cream wove paper
Three figure studies for 'The Sun and Moon Stand Still', 1860s?
Pencil with white gouache on cream wove paper
Studies for 'The Sun and Moon Stand Still', 1860s?
Studies for 'Hero and Leander', ca. 1875
Pen and brown ink with white gouache over pencil on brown laid paper
Draped studies of a female figure for 'Remorse', ca. 1903
Pen and black ink with wash and white gouache over pencil on blue/green wove paper
Studies of children for a memorial to the Revd. Hatchard
Two studies of floating female figures
Three studies of an embroidered hat or headdress
Studies of an embroidered band
Study of a male nude for a "medal for Engineers"
Studies of a child for the relief sculpture in the Julius Beer Mausoleum, ca. 1880s
Red chalk over pencil on thick wove paper
Study of a praying woman for the relief sculpture in the Julius Beer Mausoleum, ca. 1880s
Pencil and red chalk on cream wove paper
Study of the torso of a male figure and a detail of the right hand
Pen and ink on cream wove paper
Studies of an old man
Two studies of figures for an illustration to Tennyson's Dora
A woman leaning to the right with her head in her hands
A bare-chested old man, in profile
Studies of a standing female figure for an illustration to Tennyson's Dora, 1860s?
Studies of female figures for the 'Milton Fountain'
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