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Henry Hugh Armstead RA
A seated male figure, for carvings at Llandaff Cathedral
Pen and ink over pencil on cream wove paper
Studies of seated male figures for Llandaff Cathedral carvings
Pen and dark brown ink over pencil on cream wove paper
Study of a man standing next to a machine with a wheel, for the Albert Hall frieze, by 1871
Study of a woman leaning on another figure's shoulder for an illustration to Tennyson's Dora
Pen and ink with wash over pencil on cream wove paper
Study for an illustration to Tennyson's poem 'Godiva'
Pen and ink on cream wove paper
A seated female figure
Nude study of a seated female figure for the memorial to Mrs. Craik, Tewkesbury, ca. 1889
Pencil and white gouache on blue/grey wove paper
Studies of female figures for the 'Milton Fountain'
Two seated figures for the King's College Fountain, Cambridge (not used), ca. 1874
Pen and ink over pencil on light brown wove paper
Francesco Bartolozzi RA
Henry Brandon, 2nd Duke of Suffolk, 10 March 1541?
Etching and stipple-engraving
Attributed to Gaspar Becerra
Lateral view of male skeleton, 1556
Etching and engraving
From: British Museum
Cast of relief of youth, horse, and dog from Hadrian's Villa
Plaster cast, 19th century?
A Young Woman feeding a Bird, ca. 1730
Sir George Clausen RA
Figure study for 'The Barn at Deers Farm', ca. 1911
Pencil on laid paper
Figure study for 'The Boy and the Man', ca. 1908
Ink, crayon, pastel and pencil on wove paper
Figure studies for 'The Boy and the Man', ca. 1908
Crayon on wove paper. there are also some traces of pen and brown ink on the paper, but this is not used for the drawing.
Study of the female figure for 'Allotment Gardens', ca. 1899
Pastel on wove paper
John Constable RA
Seascape Study: Boat and Stormy Sky, 20 July 1828
Oil on paper laid on board
George Dance RA
Woman seated at a table
Pencil on cream wove paper
Two men seated at a table
Pen and ink over pencil on cream laid paper
Pencil on cream laid paper
Pen and ink on cream laid paper
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