By Anthony Toney
Full-page reproductions of drawings from the early fifteenth century to the tip of the 18th century, all superbly reproduced: Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Dürer, Fragonard, Urs Graf, Wouwerman, many others. first-class looking ebook, version publication for artists.
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Crayon on grey paper, heightened with white. sixteen × 10. 130 BOUCHER. Shepherdess and baby. Crayon, heightened with white. Reproduced unique dimension. 131 BOUCHER. girl nude. pink crayon. 15¼ × 12. 132 BOUCHER. workforce of spectators. Brush drawing. 10 × 15½. 133 LOURS AUBERT (French, 1720–1780). younger artists within the studio; the seated boy is grinding shades. Black and crimson crayon and coloured pencils. Dated 1747. nine½ × thirteen. 134 JEAN BAPTISTE GREUZE (French, 1725–1805). Maternal pleasure. Drawn with pen and brush over a pencil cartoon, and coloured with bistre. eleven¾ × 13½. 135 GREUZE. Girl’s head. Pastel on a reddish flooring, enlivened with crimson crayon, and heightened with white. 10 × 13¼. 136 GREUZE. Scene with a certain doe. grey and brown wash. 14 × 9¼. 137 JEAN HONORÉ FRAGONARD (French, 1732–1806). reasonable of St. Cloud. Brush drawing with brown wash. 14 × nine. 138 FRAGONARD. Bull and puppy in reliable. Brush drawing in bistre. 17 × 12. 139 FRAGONARD. Expulsion of the retailers from the Temple. Pen drawing with brown wash. 18 × 12¾. 140 FRAGONARD. Lion. Wash. 18 × thirteen. 141 FRAGONARD. woman with a marmot, most likely Marguerite Gérard, the artist’s sister-in-law. Brush drawing in bistre, with blue and purple water colour. eight × 10¼. 142 FRAGONARD. the nice cypress street within the gardens of the Villa d’Este. Bistre. thirteen¼ × 18. 143 FRAGONARD. the seller. Pencil comic strip and brush drawing in bistre. 6¾ × 9¼. 144 FRAGONARD. Children’s merriment. Pencil caricature and execution in bistre. 6 × nine. 145 FRAGONARD. woman at a lectern (Marguerite Gérard). Brush drawing in bistre. thirteen × 17. 146 FRAGONARD. panorama with fountain within the gardens of the Villa d’Este. Bistre. 14¼ × 11¼. 147 FRAGONARD. kids between ruins of antiquity. Sepia. 12 × eight. 148 HUBERT ROBERT (French, 1733–1808). Architectonic panorama; a variety of Roman motifs recomposed right into a massive bathtub apartment, with modern figures and décor. Pen drawing finished with water colour strategy. 149 AUGUSTIN DE SAINT-AUBIN (French, 1736–1807). younger lady. Crayon, colour wash, a few crimson pencil. 6¾ × eight. 150 SAINT-AUBIN. younger guy in dressing dress strolling towards barber’s desk. Crayon and lead pencil. five¾ × nine. * All measurements are given in inches, with the width given earlier than the peak. 15O Masterpieces of Drawing Plate 1. Vittore Pisano, known as Pisanello Plate 2. Petrus Christus Plate three. Unknown Flemish grasp of the fifteenth century Plate four. grasp of the Hausbuch Plate five. Pietro Perugino Plate 6. Domenico Ghirlandaio Plate 7. Francesco Francia Plate eight. Leonardo da Vinci Plate nine. Francesco Monsignori Plate 10. Raffaellino del Garbo Plate eleven. Bartolommeo Suardi, referred to as Bramantino Plate 12. Marco d’Oggiono Plate thirteen. Jan Gossaert Mabuse Plate 14. Albrecht Dürer Plate 15. Dürer Plate sixteen. Dürer Plate 17. Dürer Plate 18. Dürer Plate 19. Dürer Plate 20. Dürer Plate 21. Dürer Plate 22. Dürer Plate 23. Dürer Plate 24. Dürer Plate 25. Dürer Plate 26. Lukas Cranach the Lider Plate 27. Michelangelo Buonarroti Plate 28. Michelangelo Plate 29. Michelangelo Plate 30. Bernardino Luini Plate 31. Wolf Huber Plate 32.