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crescenzio onofri (ca. 1632 Rome – after 1712 Florence)

A Wide Wooded Landscape with Two Anglers on a River Bank. Pen and brown ink, borderline in brown ink. 41.4 x 59 cm. Monogrammed at bottom left: CR. ON.

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domenico piola (1627–1703, Genoa)

The Finding of Moses. Pen and brown ink and brown wash over black lead. 17.7 x 24.8 cm.

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johann heinrich roos (1631 Reipoltskirchen – 1685 Frankfurt am Main)

Pastoral Landscape with a Resting Herdsboy and his Flock. Pen and black and brown ink over chalk, gray wash. 47.8 x 33 cm. Signed at bottom left: JHRoos fecit. Ca. 1668/9.

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daniel seiter (1647 Vienna – 1705 Turin)

Jacob Gives Joseph a Coat of Many Colours. Pen and brown ink, gray wash over a subtle preliminary drawing in black chalk. 14.2 x 16.9 cm. Verso titled with pen and brown ink and inscribed: Cavalier Daniel Saiter.

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friedrich sustris (1540 Venice (?) – 1600 Munich)

Susannah and the Elders. Pen and gray ink, gray wash. 12.5 x 8.8 cm. Ca. 1585–1590. Watermark: Cross on three mount in quatrefoil and circle (Briquet 1242: between 1566 and 1594).

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anthonie waterloo (ca. 1610 Lille – 1690 Utrecht)

A Wide, Wooded Landscape. Black chalk, gray and black wash, charcoal soaked in linseed oil. 40.7 x 63.7 cm.

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gottfried bernhard goetz (1708 Velehrad – 1774 Augsburg)

Scenes from the Passion of Christ (Birth of Christ, Last Supper, Descent from the Cross, Entombment). Pen and gray and brown ink, gray wash, heightened with white, over traces of red chalk. Each ca. 8.6 x 5.1 cm.

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

Watermills on the River Fibreno ("Le Molini a Carinello con il Fiume Fibreno"). Pen and brown ink over pencil, brown wash. 57 x 81 cm. Signed and dated: Filippo Hackert f. 1793. Nordhoff 871.

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wilhelm jury (1763 – 1829, Berlin)

Albertine and Franz Alexander von Kleist with their children. Pen and point of brush in gray, brown and reddish-brown over black crayon, on parchment prepared with a white chalk ground. 8 x 9.6 cm. Signed bottom left: W. Jury fec. (1796).

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daniel marot the younger (1695 London – 1769 The Hague)

A Dancing Party in a Park-like Landscape. Pen and gray and black ink over graphite, gray wash. 31.2 x 48.8 cm. Signed: Daniel Marot fecit.

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christoph nathe (1753 Nieder-Bielau near Görlitz – 1806 Schadewalde)

Landeskrone Hill near Görlitz. Pen and point of brush in brown and grayish brown ink over graphite. 23.2 x 36.6 cm.

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giovanni domenico tiepolo (1727–1804, Venice)

The Baptism of Christ. Pen and brown ink over graphite, gray wash. 28.3 x 19.3 cm. Numbered at top left: 89, signed bottom left: Dom. Tiepolo f.

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luigi ademollo (1764 Milan – 1849 Florence)

A Burial Scene in an Antique Mausoleum. Pen and brown ink, brown wash, heightened with white, over pencil, on laid paper in the shape of a lunette. 39.2 x 56 cm. Ca. 1800. Watermark: Fleur-de-lis in a double circle crowned by letters PM, underneath with the name Fabriano (Italy, late 1790s).

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karl blechen (1798 Cottbus – 1840 Berlin)

A Fountain in a Park. Black and white chalk on brownish laid paper. 27.2 x 21.8 cm. Signed and dated in the lower margin: Blechen del. d. 6 December 1831. Paul Ortwin Rave, Karl Blechen, Leben, Würdigungen, Werk, Berlin 1940, No. 1802.

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johann georg von dillis (1759 Grüngiebing – 1841 Munich)

Poplars against a Light Cloudy Sky. Black and white chalk on blue laid paper. 20.7 x 26.5 cm. Ca. 1820.

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simon petrus klotz (1776 Mannheim – 1824 Munich)

Arcadian Landscape with Ancient Ruins and Shepherds. Pen and black ink, over pencil, black and gray wash. 44.4 x 54.5 cm. Ca. 1800.

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christoph heinrich kniep (1755 Hildesheim – 1825 Naples)

Italian Landscape with the Tomb of Theodor Körner. Black chalk on wove paper. 48.4 x 33.3 cm. Dated in lower margin: Napoli: ao182..., and inscribed at bottom left by an unknown hand as: G. Gigante.

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adolph von menzel (1815 Breslau – 1905 Berlin)

Half-length portrait of a young woman glancing to her left. Pencil on wove paper. 18.2 x 11.3 cm. Monogrammed and dated: AM (18)83.

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bartolomeo pinelli (1781–1835, Rome)

Telemachus Requests Permission from Pluto to Seek His Father in the Underworld. Pen and brown ink over pencil, brown and gray wash. 41.7 x 58 cm. Verso signed, dated and titled by the artist: Pinelli fece 1809 Roma / Telemaco implora da Plutone la grazia di ricercare suo padre, se fosse nel Tartaro.

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théophile alexandre (1859 Lausanne – 1923 Paris)

La Mère Chatte. Black chalk and white heightening on laid paper. 48 x 62.5 cm. Signed: Steinlen, inscribed in pencil bottom left: La mère chatte. Before 1913.

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