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jost amman (1539 Zurich – 1591 Nuremberg)

The Young Bacchus. Pen and black ink. 18 x 14 cm. Monogrammed and dated: JA 1573.

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giovanni battista gaulli (known as Il Baciccio, 1639 Genoa – 1709 Rome)

Detail Study for "The Assumption of St. Agnes". Pen and brown ink, brown wash, white heightening, over a light preliminary drawing in black chalk. 25.5 x 39 cm.

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pieter de molyn (1595 London – 1661 Haarlem)

A Wide Landscape with Resting Country Folk. Black chalk, grey and greyish-brown wash; borderline in black ink. 17.8 x 26 cm. Signed: PMolyn.

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lelio orsi (1508–1587, Novellara)

Figure Study of a Bearded Man (Design for a Telamon). Pen and brown ink. 19.8 x 7.2 cm.

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simon vouet (1590–1649, Paris)

Bust Portrait of a Young Man (Self-portrait?). Black and red chalk on brownish, finely structured laid paper. 14.1 x 11.8 cm. Circa 1620–25.

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antoine coypel (1661–1722, Paris)

Head of a Bearded Man Gazing Upwards. Black, red and white chalk (aux trois crayons). 22.7 x 16.3 cm. Circa 1715–17.

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giovanni david (1743 Cabella Ligure – 1790 Genoa)

Arcadian Landscape with Ancient Ruins, Orientals and Herdsmen. Pen and greyish-black ink and watercolour. 19.8 x 31.2 cm. Circa 1775.

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johann georg von dillis (1759 Grüngiebing – 1841 Munich)

Girl Reading. Graphite, brown and red chalk, in an oval frame, composed of various pieces of paper and mounted on laid paper by the artist himself. 16.5 x 13.8 cm. Inscribed, signed and dated in the artist’s own hand: "Drawn from life by G. Dillis 1789."

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balthasar anton dunker (1746 Saal near Stralsund – 1807 Bern)

Idyllic Southern Landscape with Figures. Pen and black ink over graphite and watercolour. 29 x 22.2 cm. Signed and dated: "Dessiné par B. A. Dunker 1775".

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franz de paula ferg (1689 Vienna – 1740 London)

Landscape with Ruins and Figures. Grisaille on paper, mounted on handmade cardboard. 20.3 x 15.9 cm.

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lorenzo de’ ferrari (1680–1744, Genoa)

Study sheet of a naked youth with raised arms. Black chalk and white heightening on greenish-grey paper. 41 x 55.5 cm. Circa 1726–30.

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johan tobias sergel (1740–1814, Stockholm)

Dancing Maenad. Red chalk drawing. 17 x 18.5 cm.

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melchior steidl (1657 Innsbruck – 1727 Munich)

Design of a Choir Fresco with Maria Immaculata for Schönenberg Church near Ellwangen. Pen and reddish-brown ink, grey wash. 32 x 19.5 cm. 1711. Signed, inscribed and dated at the bottom: „Melchior Steidl Mahler I:F:/gezeichnet in Ellwange[n] a: 1711."

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luigi ademollo (1764 Milan – 1849 Florence)

The Death of Germanicus. Pen and black ink over a faint preliminary drawing in pencil, brown wash, white heightening; borderline in black ink. 44.5 x 70 cm. Circa 1800.

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jean-achille benouville (1815–1891, Paris)

View of Lake Nemi with the Town of Genzano in the background. Pen and brown ink, watercolour and gouache. 37 x 55.8 cm. Circa 1845.

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eduard daege (1805–1883, Berlin)

Standing Female Nude with Bound Hands. Black and red chalk, charcoal, squared in pencil. 52.5 x 23.9 cm. Monogrammed: Ed. Dg. Circa 1835.

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joseph von führich (1800 Kratzau – 1876 Vienna)

The Adoration of the Shepherds. Pen and brown ink. 26.2 x 38.7 cm. Circa 1824–30. Monogrammed. Wörndle 197.

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franz innocenz kobell (1749 Mannheim – 1822 Munich)

Arcadian Landscape with Figures. Pen and brown ink and watercolour. 18.3 x 22.3 cm. Circa 1810–15.

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adolph von menzel (1815 Breslau – 1905 Berlin)

Lady in a Ball Dress Sat on a Chair, Ladling Soup from a Little Bowl. Pen and black ink, grey wash. 17.3 x 10.6 cm. Signed and dated: Ad. Menzel. 78.

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jean-baptiste müntzberger (1794–1878, Geneva)

Section of Meadow with Common Hogweed and Blackberry Tendril. Oil on paper, mounted on canvas. 35 x 27 cm. Monogrammed. Circa 1830.

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franz skarbina (1849–1910, Berlin)

Study of an Elegant Young Woman with an Umbrella, seen from behind. Pen and point of brush and black ink on brownish drawing cardboard. 27.5 x 19.1 cm. Signed and dated: „Skarbina Nov. 1878."

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