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A Saint Kneeling (recto and verso)

Petr Brandl
Oil paint on dark brown preparation (recto), black and white chalks (verso) on paper
18th century Czech drawing

Antiochus and Stratonice

Paolo Pagani
Pen and black ink with brush and gray wash over black chalk on beige antique laid paper
17th century Italian drawing

David with the Head of Goliath

Cosmas Damian Asam
Brush and gray wash over black chalk on cream antique laid paper
18th century German drawing

Design for the Upper Section of an Altar with Three Angels

Johann Georg Wagner
Pen and black ink with watercolor over traces of black chalk on cream antique laid paper
18th century German drawing

Empress Maria Theresa with her Sons Joseph II, Leopold II, Ferdinand, and Maximilian Francis

Franz Anton Maulbertsch
Pen and brown and black inks with brush and brown and gray washes over traces of
18th century Austrian drawing

Group of Figures

Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo
Pen and brown ink on cream antique laid paper, laid down
18th century Italian drawing

Leda and the Swan

Paul Troger
Pen and brown ink over traces of black chalk on cream paper
18th century Austrian drawing

Personification of Victory (recto), Study of a Female Figure and the Bust of a Woman in Profile (verso)

Gaspare Diziani
Pen and brown ink with brush and brown wash over black chalk (recto) red chalk..
18th century Italian drawing

Portraits of the Donors of the Monastery of Zábrdovice

Joseph Johann Winterhalter
Pen and brown ink with brush and brown wash over graphite on cream antique laid
18th century German drawing

Project for the High Altar in the Church "Am Hof", Vienna

Salomon Kleiner
Pen and black ink and watercolor
18th century German drawing

Risen Christ with Fourteen Auxiliary Saints

Karel Skréta
Pen and brown ink with brush and brown wash over black chalk on cream antique
17th century Bohemian drawing

Saint Agnes Holding a Lamb with a Putto (recto and verso)

Ignaz Unterberger
Black and red chalk (recto), and black chalk (verso)
18th century Austrian drawing


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