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By Carol Belanger Grafton

This quantity deals a magnificent sampling of lifestyles drawings by way of forty five of the artwork world's maximum masters. From Albrecht Dürer's 15th-century brush-and-ink drawing of Female Nude, noticeable from the Back and Modigliani's combined media presentation of Caryatid to wonderful drawings through Raphael, Rubens, van Dyck, Hogarth, Constable, Ingres, Gauguin, Matisse, and 35 different amazing artists, those conscientiously chosen plates demonstrate the various kinds and traditions of drawing the human determine over 5 centuries. of significant worth to scholars and artists, this assortment may be welcomed by way of museum-goers and fans of good artwork everywhere.

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26 / PIERRE-PAUL PRUD’HON (1758–1823) The Fountainhead. Black and white chalk. fifty four x 39. 1 cm. 27 / JOSHUA REYNOLDS (1723–1792) Pencil. forty. five x 28. five cm. 28 / JOHN CONSTABLE (1776–1837) Male Nude. Pencil. fifty two. five x 31. 2 cm. 29 / JEAN-AUGUSTE-DOMINIQUE INGRES (1780–1867) Nudes, examine for The Golden Age. Pencil on white paper light to ivory, defined with a stylus. 39 x 28. 1 cm. 30 / JEAN BAPTISTE CAMILLE COROT (1796–1875) Nude determine status with fingers Crossed Above Her Breasts. Pencil on white paper. forty seven x 24 cm. 31 / EUGÈNE DELACROIX (1798–1863) women Wrestling. Pencil. 22 x 27 cm. 32 / WILLIAM FROST (1810–1877) Black and white chalk. forty six x 34 cm. 33 / ÉDOUARD MANET (1832–1883) Seated Nude lady. Sanguine on ivory paper. 28 x 20 cm. 34 / PAUL CÉZANNE (1839–1906) lifestyles Drawing. sixty one x forty seven cm. 35 / EDGAR DEGAS (1834–1917) status Nude Leaning in the direction of the Left. Black chalk. 35. five x 26. five cm. 36 / AUGUSTE RODIN (1840–1917) Aphrodite and Adonis. Pen and watercolor. 21 x 29 cm. 37 / PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR (1841–1919) 3 Bathers via the Water. Sanguine and chalk. 108 x 162 cm. 38 / ARISTIDE MAILLOL (1861–1944) lady Nudes (sometimes known as the 2 Wrestlers). Black and white chalk on grey paper. 122 x ninety five cm. 39 / PAUL GAUGUIN (1848–1903) Breton Bather. Black crayon and pastel, squared for growth. fifty seven. 2 x 34. five cm. forty / HENRI MATISSE (1869–1954) Charcoal. sixty one x forty. five cm. forty-one / JOHN SLOAN (1871–1951) version Asleep. tender pencil on paper. 17. 2 x 24. 2 cm. forty two / ANDRÉ DERAIN (1880–1954) Seated Nude. purple crayon on buff paper. sixty one. eight x forty six. 1 cm. forty three / AMEDEO MODIGLIANI (1884–1920) Caryatid. Watercolor over pen and ink, pastel crayons on paper tinted mauve. 28. 6 x 24. 2 cm. forty four / JULES PASCIN (1885–1930) Pen and charcoal. forty x 30. five cm.

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