This anthology, rigorously reproduced from infrequent portfolios, provides over 40 of these works, via artists starting from the fifteenth century Italian Filippino Lippi to the nineteenth century French classicist, J. A. D. Ingres. incorporated are such highlights as a Michelangelo research for a useless Christ; drawings of seated girls by way of Rembrandt; a research by means of Rubens for Daniel within the Lions' Den, and most excellent nudes by means of Tintoretto, Titian, Andrea del Sarto, Raphael, Pontormo, and different celebrated artists.
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Sanguine; 330 × 230 mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Andrea del Sarto (1487—1530/31). research of a tender guy. Sanguine; 395 × 2 hundred mm. Louvre. Paris. Andrea del Sarto. woman determine. Black chalk on white paper; 260 × a hundred ninety mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Andrea del Sarto. Male determine. Sanguine on pink paper; 265 × two hundred mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Andrea del Sarto. Male half-figure. Sanguine on white paper; one hundred ninety × one hundred fifty mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Andrea del Sarto. learn of a kid. Sanguine on white paper; 250 × one hundred sixty five mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Andrea del Sarto. experiences of kids. Sanguine on white paper; 2 hundred x 275 mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Tintoretto (Jocopo Robusti; 1518/19-1594). research of a nude guy. Chalk on blue paper; 274 x 353 mm. Palazzo Corsini Corsini, Rome. Tintoretto. examine of a nude guy for one of many thieves in Christ Bearing the go (Scuola di San Rocco, Venice). Charcoal on greenish-gray paper; 378 × 201 mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Tintoretto. research of a nude guy. Charcoal on blue paper; 242 × 142 mm. Landesmuseum, Darmstadt. Tintoretto. examine of a nude guy. Chalk on gold-brown paper; 210 x 227 mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Tintoretto. learn of a nude girl. Charcoal with white heightening on bluish paper; 255 x 380 mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Tintoretto. experiences of nude lady. Chalk on blue paper; 243 × 161 mm. Palazzo Corsini, Rome. Tintoretto. research of a nude guy. Charcoal on brown paper; 311 × 121 mm. college of Würzburg. Tintoretto. Reclining girl nude. Black crayon and chalk on blue paper; 260 x 420 mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. university of Tintoretto. research of a feminine nude. Charcoal on grey paper; 220 x 362 mm. Palazzo Corsini, Rome. Titian (Tiziano Vecellio; ca. 1485 or 1488/89-1576). Reclining male determine. Charcoal and chalk on blue paper; 280 x 415 mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Titian; Reclining male determine. Chalk heightened with white on blue paper; 293 x four hundred mm. Uffizi Gallery, Florence. Timoteo delle Vite (1469-1523). Seated guy. Black chalk. Daniele da Volterra (1509-1566). research for a sibyl. Sanguine. Pierpont Morgan Library, ny.