By Carol Belanger Grafton
A terrific archive of conscientiously chosen works by means of celebrated artists, from Renaissance luminaries to twentieth-century masters, this wealthy pictorial legacy might be prized via animal fanatics up to will probably be valuable through devotees of good art.
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223 x 166 mm. seventy nine PAULUS POTTER (1625–1654) learn of a Bull. Black pencil. 126 x one hundred fifty five mm. eighty THE PSEUDO-PACCHIA, SIENESE university (16th Century) Marcus Curtius jumping into the Abyss. Pen and brown ink. 297 x 221 mm. eighty one RAPHAEL (1483–1520) learn for St. George and the Dragon. eighty two REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN RIJN (1606–1669) Recumbent Lion. Pen and brown ink, brown wash, corrected with white, indented, laid down. a hundred and forty x 203 mm. eighty three REMBRANDT HARMENSZ VAN RIJN (1606–1669) An Elephant. Black chalk. 233 x 354 mm. eighty four JOHANN ELIAS RIDINGER (1698–1767) A Stag. Graphite heightened with white, on paper lined with a grey floor. 333 x 271 mm. eighty five PETER PAUL RUBENS (1577–1640) research of a Lion. Black chalk, brush and brown ink, heightened with white. 283 x 429 mm. 86 PETER PAUL RUBENS (1577–1640) experiences of Cows. Pen and brush and brown ink. 340 x 522 mm. 87 ROELANDT SAVERY (1576–1639) a tender Monkey. Black, pink, and yellow chalk and brush. 406 x three hundred mm. 88 ALFRED SISLEY (1839–1899) ducks. Pastel on paper. 198 x 308 mm. 89 FRANS SNYDERS (1579–1657) experiences of a Boar’s Head. Pen in brown and brown wash. most sensible: 102 x one hundred forty five mm. , backside: 128 x 185 mm. ninety THÉOPHILE-ALEXANDRE STEINLEN (1859–1923) From Chats et autre bêtes. Charcoal or pencil. 153 x 253 mm. ninety one JOHANNES STRADANUS (1523–1605) The Tiger Hunt. Pen and brown ink, brown wash, heightened with white gouache. 185 x 261 mm. ninety two GIOVANNI DOMENICO TIEPOLO (1727–1804) Peasants on Their strategy to marketplace. Pen and brown ink and wash, over underdrawing in black chalk. 296 x 421 mm. ninety three TITIAN (TIZIANO VECELLIO) (1485–1576) jumping Rider. Black and white chalk on blue paper. 388 x 247 mm. ninety four TITIAN (1485–1576) A Horse and Rider Falling. Black chalk, on discolored grey paper, squared for growth in crimson chalk. 274 x 262 mm. ninety five HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC (1864–1901) Circus Rider. coloured crayons on white paper. 438 x 314 mm. ninety six HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC (1864–1901) Horses. gentle black pencil. 149 x 238 mm. ninety seven UMBRIAN grasp, nameless (15th Century) males on Horseback. Bistre on ochre flooring. 208 x 284 mm. ninety eight DIEGO VELÁZQUEZ (1599–1660) A puppy. Pencil. 88 x 187 mm. ninety nine DIEGO VELÁZQUEZ (1599–1660) research of horse for hand over of Breda. Pierre noir. 247 x 187 mm. a hundred ADRIAEN VAN DE VELDE (1636–1672) A Cow Grazing. crimson chalk, ink framing strains. 154 x 137 mm. one zero one VENETIAN grasp, nameless (16th Century) Horsemen. Pen, bistre. 276 x 265 mm. Plate 1. JOST AMMAN Plate 2. JOST AMMAN Plate three. ANDREA DEL SARTO Plate four FRANCIS BARLOW Plate five. FRA BARTOLOMMEO Plate 6. ANTOINE-LOUIS BARYE Plate 7. STEFANO DELLA BELLA Plate eight. ROSA BONHEUR Plate nine. HIERONYMUS BOSCH Plate 10. EDMÉ BOUCHARDON Plate eleven. FRANÇOIS BOUCHER Plate 12. PIETER BRUEGEL THE ELDER Plate thirteen. ANTONIO DEL CASTILLO Plate 14. THÉODORE CHASSÉRIAU Plate 15. GIORGIO DE CHIRICO Plate sixteen. ALLAERT CLAESZ Plate 17. CLAUDE (CLAUDE LORRAIN) Plate 18. EDGAR DEGAS Plate 19. EDGAR DEGAS Plate 20. EUGÈNE DELACROIX Plate 21. GASPARE DIZIANI Plate 22. ALBRECHT DÜRER Plate 23. ALBRECHT DÜRER Plate 24. ALBRECHT DÜRER Plate 25. ALBRECHT DÜRER Plate 26. ANTHONY VAN DYCK Plate 27.