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abraham bloemaert (c. 1565 Gorinchem – 1651 Utrecht)

Head of an Old Man Looking Down. Red chalk over a light preliminary drawing in black chalk, white heightening, on brownish  paper. 25.6 x 17.5 cm. With the number “39” in the top right-hand corner. Circa 1595–1605. Bolten 809.

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frans floris (1519/20–1570, Antwerp)

Study of a Man's Head with Red Beret. Oil on panel. 39.2 x 32.2 cm. Circa 1562–65.

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frans francken II (1581–1642, Antwerp)

The Israelites Worshipping the Golden Calf. Red chalk.
27.2 x 36 cm.

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johann heinrich roos (1631 Reipoltskirchen–1658 Frankfurt a. M.)

A Pastoral Landscape with a Shepherd Boy Drinking Water and a Resting Shepherdess with their Flock. Pen and black and brown ink, gray wash, over black chalk. 47.8 x 33 cm. Signed at bottom right: “JHRoos fecit”. Circa 1668/9.

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abraham-louis rodolphe ducros (1748 Moudon – 1810 Lausanne)

View of the Poseidon Temple in Paestum with Staffage Figures. Watercolour over pen and black ink. 35 x 50.2 cm. A contemporary inscription in pen and brown ink on the reverse: “Dessin Original de Ducros”, and an inventory number: “B. No 279. a.“. Watermark: Strasbourg Lily.

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carl august ehrensvärd (1745 Stockholm – 1800 Örebro)

Antique Scene. Pen and brown ink, brown and gray wash. 20.6 x 17.2 cm.

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augustin alphonse gaudar de la verdine (1780 Bourges – 1804 Siena)

Landscape with the Sibylline Temple in Tivoli. Brush and brown and gray wash, over pencil. 20.6 x 20.8 cm. Signed and dated: "Rome 1803 Alphonse Gaudar".

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salomon gessner (1730–1788, Zurich)

Ideal Landscape with Ancient Tomb. Pen and black and brown ink, gray wash over a preliminary sketch in graphite. 21.4 x 35 cm. Signed and dated: "S. Gessner f. 1768". Watermark: Strasbourg Lily.

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

Landscape near Fossombrone. Pen and brown ink, brown wash, over graphite. 34.7 x 45.4 cm. Signed: "Ph. Hackert f.", inscribed in the upper left-hand corner by the artist’s own hand and dated: "pres de Fossombrone. 1776". Nordhoff 691.

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jean-baptiste marie huet (1745–1811, Paris)

Pastoral Landscape with Shepherd Family and Herd. Oil on copper. 17.6 x 13.6 cm.

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jean-baptiste le prince (1734 Metz – 1781 Saint-Denis-du-Port)

Full-length Portrait of a Woman in Traditional Russian Dress Facing Right. Red chalk. 34.5 x 19.5 cm. Monogrammed at bottom right: "LP".

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julien de parme (1736 Cavigliano – 1799 Paris)

Jupiter Asleep in the Arms of Juno. Pen and brown ink; pen and brown ink framing lines. 24.2 x 18.8 cm (image size) on 39.1 x 29 cm (sheet size). Monogrammed, dated and inscribed in the artist’s own hand: "Iliade XIV / J. 1772 / Fait d’après le Tableau."

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joseph benoît suvée (1743 Bruges – 1807 Rome)

Female Head Studies. Coloured chalks on brownish paper, each sheet measuring circa 20.2 x 25.2 cm. One sheet signed: "Suvée". Circa 1770.

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adrian zingg (1734 St. Gallen – 1816 Leipzig)

Mountain Landscape with a Large Oak and Two Travellers Resting in the Foreground. Pen and brown ink, brown wash, over a light preliminary drawing in graphite. 61.5 x 45 cm. Circa 1800.

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pietro benvenuti (1769 Arezzo – 1844 Florence)

Nude Study of an Ancient Warrior with Left Arm Raised and Right Arm Resting on a Boulder. Pastel. 63 x 46.2 cm. Circa 1817–29.

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johann jakob dorner the younger (1775–1852, Munich)

Farm by a Mountain Stream. Watercolour over a light preliminary drawing in pencil, white chalk. 21 x 27.5 cm. Signed and dated: "Dorner 1833".

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anselm feuerbach (1829 Speyer – 1880 Venice)

Drapery study for "Iphigenia". Black chalk, heightened with white, on grayish green paper. 39.5 x 26.8 cm. Inscribed: "Iphigenie". Circa 1862.

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jean-auguste-dominique ingres (1780 Montauban – 1867 Paris)

Full-length Portrait of Lady Jane Montagu reclining on an antique chaise longue. Etching, silhouetted, extensively reworked with pencil and brush and brown wash. 34.7 x 46.3 cm. Signed: "Ingres Del".

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johann adam klein (1792 Nuremberg – 1875 Munich)

"Formation Skating"; "Waltzing on Ice". Pen and black ink, gray and brown wash, over pencil. Each sheet measuring circa 8.8 x 13.4 cm. Signed and dated: "JAK fecit 1824".

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adolph von menzel (1815 Breslau – 1905 Berlin)

Portrait of an Old Woman in Profile with a Detailed Study of the Same. Pencil and black chalk, with stumping, on light buff wove paper. 20.4 x 13 cm. Monogrammed and dated: "AM (18)90".

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jacobus pelgrom (1811–1861, Amsterdam)

A Wooded Landscape with Two Men Conversing. Black chalk, brown and gray wash, over black chalk. 54.1 x 41.2 cm. Monogrammed and dated: "J.P. 1842".

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