1086 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
Chalk drawing by William Mulready depicting an academy study of a nude. Great Britain, ca. early 19th century.
Chalk drawing on brown paper by Benjamin Robert Haydon. Great Britain, ca. early 19th century.
Chalk drawing by Richard Redgrave entitled 'Study for the girl skipping in "The Poor Teacher"'. Great Britain, ca. mid 19th century.
Chalk drawing by Charles West Cope depicting a study of a female figure for the picture 'The Cup of Cold Water'. Great Britain, ca. mid 19th century.
Chalk drawing by William Mulready depicting a male nude lying on his back, three-quarter view from head. Great Britain, 1852.
Portrait study of a young girl. Chalk drawing by Margaret Sarah Carpenter, 1818.
Illustration by E. McKnight Kauffer of Don Quixote standing guard over a sleeping Sancho Panza. Photogravure from a set of 21 illustrations in 'Don Quixote', published by the Nonesuch Press, 1930.
Submission panel for 1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces exhibition, by Pezo van Ellrichshausen, Chile, 2009.
Submission panel for 1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces exhibition, by Tham & Videgard, Stockholm, 2009.
Submission panel for 1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces exhibition, by Tryptique, Paris, 2009.
Design, 1:1 exhibition, submission panel, 70°N Arkitektur, Tromso, 2009
Poster advertising a group of actors, The Elizabethans, performing costumed dramatic scenes [and] Don Quixote at National School Room, Nescliff, 1879
Poster advertising Don Quixote at the National Theatre, Olivier, 1982
Ground plans (2 rolled) and elevation tracing for 'Helen', designed by James Bailey, copy tracing on paper.
Plans and elevations, by James Bailey, (5 set plans, 10 tracings rolled) for the 'Old Vic Permanent Set', dated November 1953.
Plans and elevations, by James Bailey, (9 rolled set plans, and 1 cover sheet) for 'Die Fledermaus' at the London Coliseum, 16/04/1959.
Plans and elevations, by James Bailey, comprising 1 crayon & pencil set design, 7 set plans, 2 sheets of notes and 27 tracings (all rolled) for 'Casse Noisette' at the La Scala, Milan, 31/12/1956.
19thC, Raphael & Michelangelo Drawings; Thurston Thompson C ?, Studies of a male figure
19thC, Raphael & Michelangelo Drawings; Thurston Thompson C ?, Raphael, The infant Christ
19thC, Photographic Art Treasures 1856; Lake Price, "Don Quixote in his study"
Anon. Studies for Virgin and Child, from a drawing by Michelangelo in the British Museum. Late 19th - early 20th century, autotype
Anon. Sketch of a seated female figure, from a drawing in the British Museum by Michelangelo. Late 19th - early 20th century, autotype
Anon. Studies for the Virgin and Child, from a drawing in the British Museum by Michelangelo. Late 19th - early 20th century, autotype
'Agricultural Distress - or the Englishman degraded'. Anonymous drawing, English, ca. 1830.
Leach, Bernard, From Hofakuji Matsumoto, 1964, pen and ink, signed and dated 'BL 1964', inscribed with title.
Measured drawing of the elevation and half plan of the bases of two fluted columns for comparison, 18th century, Sir William Chambers (1723-1796).
Drawing, an ewer decorated with mythological subjects, Florence, mid 16th century.
Drawing, Reclining female nude holding a small pot in her left hand, Italian, late 16th century.
Drawing, The Coronation of the Virgin, Italian, late 16th century.
Anonymous pen and ink drawing by the school of Pietro da Cortona depicting The Massacre of the Innocents. Italy, ca. 1625-69.
Drawing, the seated Virgin, in profile, with the Child on her knee, Italian, mid 16th century.
Alfred Stevens, two studies of a female figure, draped, looking to the left, with right arm downwards, for 'truth', red chalk, 19th century.
Pen, wash and watercolour drawing by an anonymous British artist. One of two examples from 'Practical perspective of landscapes', a treatise consisting of seven sheets of drawings with diagrams and notes. Britain, early 19th century.
Black chalk drawing by Guillaume Courtois (known as il Borgognone) depicting the head of a young woman, probably the Virgin Mary, and a sketch of a child's hand and arm. Italy, ca. 1650-79.
Original design by Walter Crane for the cover to 'Don Quixote Retold' by Judge Parry, published by Blackie & Son. Great Britain, 1900.
Drawing, Design for a doorcase: detail showing upper part only, Italian, mid 16th century.
Drawing, design for a doorway, with a window above, Italian, second half of the 16th century.
Drawing, The Annunciation, Italian, early 18th century.
Drawing, design for a console, school of Perino del Vaga, 16th century.
Portrait of Richard Roberts Jones (1780-1843), self educated linguist.
One of 69 portrait drawings collected and bound in a volume by Dawson Turner, 1825.
May, Phil (1864-1903); 'Arry and 'Arriet'; original drawing for book illustration. Signed in ink Phil May 95. Chalk.
Black and red chalk drawing by Herbert Cole depicting a nude woman seated. Great Britain, 1923.
'Second floor, roof, and cellar plan.', measured drawing by A.B. Waters, Lymore, Montgomery, 1929
'Details of white drawing room.', measured drawing by A.B. Waters, Lymore, Montgomery, 1929.
Pen and ink drawing by Sir Henry Cole entitled 'Portelle'. Great Britain, 1867.
Red chalk drawing depicting the head of a boy in profile. School of the Carracci, Italy, ca. late 16th century.
J. B. Leyron(?). Head of a woman, dated 1786
Frank Dobson. Study of a seated female nude. Red and black chalk.
Augustus John, drawing of male and female nudes with a red chalk nude study on the reverse, ca.1900-1907 pen, ink and wash
Drawing by John Hamilton Mortimer
Drawings (two on one sheet) showing a vaulted lobby in a tomb-mosque in the Qarâfa or Eastern Cemetery, Cairo, and the stone ceiling of the Turret Chamber in the western minaret of the Great Mosque of Omaiyade at Damascus. Pen and ink drawing by William Harvey, ca.1911.
Drawing of female nude, seated, facing left by Frank Dobson C.B.E., R.A. (1889-1963), active in the early to mid 20th century.
Drawing, self-portrait by Eric Forbes-Robertson in sailor's costume, late 19th-early 20th century.
Drawing, self-portrait by Eric Forbes-Robertson, late 19th-early 20th century.
Head of a fiend, chalk drawing by Eric Forbes-Robertson, late 19th-early 20th century.
Pen and ink drawing by Thomas Stothard, RA (1755-1834). Study of a male nude.
Drawing, Studies of drapery, three hands and a head, Rome, early 18th century.
Drawing, A group of three angels holding an open book, by Il Tometta (Niccolò Martinelli, active c. 1566-86).
William Lock. Drawing, sketch study of two nude female figures. c.1780. Black chalk, pen and ink and wash.
Pencil, pen and ink, and wash drawing by Augustus Callcott depicting Don Quixote on a horse and Sancho Panza on a mule approaching a village. British School, ca. early 19th century.
Design for an initial H showing a young woman seated playing a stringed instrument, possibly by E.F. Burney; pen, ink, wash and red chalk
Dali, Salvador, Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, from a series of 12, colour lithograph, 1956-57
Early self-portrait drawing by Alfred Stevens, showing the head of a young man in profile with long hair, alongside studies of draped figures on the same sheet. Great Britain, ca. 1835-8.