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pieter Aertsen (1508–1575, Amsterdam)

The Sacrifice of Iphigenia. Pen and brown ink, borderline in red
chalk, reworked in black ink. 11.8 x 25.9 cm.

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pierre boucquet – after (1593–1647, Paris)

Ornament sheet with peapod motifs. Pen and brown ink over graphite. 27.9 x 19.8 cm. Inscribed at the lower left Baldasar Moncornet.

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bartholomeus breenbergh (1598 Deventer – 1657 Amsterdam)

Landscape with Apollo and Daphne. Pen and point of brush and gray ink, borderline in pen and brown ink. 15.4 x 9.9 cm. Monogrammed and dated: B. B. f. 1640.

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simone cantarini (known as il Pesarese, 1612 Pesaro – 1648 Verona)

Study sheet showing St. Jerome, the sacrifice of Isaac, a seated woman, and a tree. Pen and brown ink with red chalk. 26.1 x 19.2 cm. Ca. 1635–1637.

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nicolas cochin (the Elder, 1610 Troyes – after 1649)

The Temptation of St. Anthony. Pen and brown ink over chalk. 15.9 x 25.5 cm. Ca. 1640.

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andrea locatelli (1695–1741, Rome)

Wide Campagna Landscape, in the foreground three men on the bank of a small river. Pen and brown ink over pencil, brown wash, with a borderline in pen and brown ink. 30.5 x 46.5 cm. Watermark: Countermark letters IV.

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pietro antonio novelli (1729–1804, Venice)

An antique warrior with sword, long cloak, and plumed ­helmet next to a sacrificial urn, in a rocaille frame. Pen and gray and brown ink over red chalk with gray wash. 13.8 x 8.5 cm. Inscribed in the lower text plate: Fabbrica di Francesco Rubelli/Q.m Cesare all’Insegna del/Coraggio in Canonica S. Marco/Venezia.

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luzio romano (active ca. 1528 – ca. 1570 Genova and Rome)

Study sheet showing Neptune in a carriage drawn by four seahorses; above, a shepherd and a goat ridden by a putto. Pen and brown ink over black chalk. 29.1 x 21.8 cm. ­Inscribed below the image: Pierino. Watermark: Anchor within circle with eight-pointed star (Woodward 158 ff: Venice, Rome since 1561).

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abraham storck (1644–1708, Amsterdam)

View of the Castle Pfalz near Kaub on the Rhine. Pen and gray and brown ink with gray wash. 10 x 14.9 cm. Titled by the artist at the upper edge: de Pfalts/Caup.

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georg anton urlaub (1713 Thüngersheim – 1759 Würzburg)

The Institution of the Rosary by Saint Dominic. Watercolor over pen and brown ink. 13.1 x 17.7 cm. Ca. 1750.

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carl blechen (1798 Cottbus – 1840 Berlin)

Two flute players with a dancing maenad. “Smoke drawing” (drawing scratched into lamp-black fixed onto paper). 8.8 x 6.9 cm. Mounted by the artist on grayish-green ­prepared board with a blue and brown borderline. Signed on the verso: Blechen.

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jean-jacques de boissieu (1736–1810, Lyon)

A Wide, Hilly Landscape with the Ruins of a Fortress on a Hill and Staffage Figures in the Foreground. Brush and gray ink with gray wash. 14.4 x 22.5 cm. Signed and dated at upper left: De Boissieu 1783.

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friedrich bury (1763 Hanau – 1823 Aachen)

Portrait of the Princess Augusta of Hessia-Kassel in front of a copy of the Sistine Madonna. Watercolour and gouache. 23.4 x 18.1 cm. Ca. 1808.

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vincenzo camuccini (1771–1844, Rome)

The Assassination of Julius Ceasar; The Death of ­Virginia. Pen and point of brush and brown ink over chalk with white heightening, laid down on the ­original blue mounting paper with double borderline in pen and black ink. Each ca. 56 x 99 cm. The first sheet monogrammed at the lower right corner: V.C. Ca. 1800.

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martin drolling (1752 Oberbergheim – 1817 Paris)

Interior with the son of the artist by a fireplace and a small girl; verso, two studies of a sleeping cat on a child’s chair. Red chalk on brownish laid paper. 19.7 x 27.2 cm.
Ca. 1795.

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jakob philipp hackert (1737 Prenzlau – 1807 San Piero di Careggio)

Landscape near Vietri. Watercolour and pen in grayish-brown ink, with a borderline in pen and gold-brown ink on the original mount. Sheet size 58.3 x 37.2 cm. Inscribed in pen and brown ink by the artist: Vietri. Before 1779. Illustrated in Wolfgang Krönig/Reinhard Wegner, Jakob Philipp Hackert, Cologne,Weimar,Vienna, 1994, ill. 55.

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johann wilhelm meil (1733 Altenburg – 1805 Berlin)

Sketchbook in horizontal quarto format with studies of ­figures, animals, trees, genre scenes, and preparatory studies for illustrations. Forty-eight drawings in black and red chalk, heightened with white, and one drawing in pen and point of brush on white, grayish-green, or pink paper, many ­executed on both the recto and verso of the sheets. 12.5 x 19.6 cm.

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christoph nathe (1753 Nieder-Bielau – 1806 Schadewalde)

Forest with Rocks with a Man by a Stream in the Foreground. Point of brush and pen in brown, black, and gray ink. 21.6 x 27.7 cm. Ca. 1795.

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berthel thorvaldsen (1770–1844, Copenhagen)

Caritas. Black chalk on thin ivory colored wove paper. 17.9 x 11 cm. Signed and dated: A Thorvaldsen /Roma le 12 luglio 1810.

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carl wagner (1796 Rossdorf/Rhön – 1867 Meiningen)

High mountain landscape with torrent. Pen and point of brush in black and gray with gray wash. 44 x 34.2 cm. Monogrammed and dated at lower left: CW (18)30 and with the monogram LR in another hand (for Ludwig Richter).

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