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Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1780–1867), Study for the Drapery of Molière in the "Apotheosis of Homer", Black chalk with stumping | Metropolitan Museum of Art

Study for the Drapery of Molière in the "Apotheosis of Homer" Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres Black chalk with stumping 11 x 9 in.

Watteau, 'Woman Seen from the Back Seated on the Ground, Leaning Forward', c.1717-18. Red and black chalk, wash and graphite on paper, fully glued to backing 145 x 182 mm. The Trustees of the British Museum, London, inv. 1895-9-15-936. Photo © The Trustees of the British Museum, London.

Jean-Antoine Watteau Woman Seen from the Back Seated on the Ground, Leaning Forward red and black chalk, wash and graphite on paper, fully glued to backing, x cm.

Albrecht Dürer, six pillows, pen an ink on paper, n.d.

Albrecht Dürer, six pillows (verso), pen and brown ink, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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Concentration: Drawing of person just overwhelmed, drowning in fabric. The human form barely recognizable under all the cloth.

Alberto Giacometti. "Femme debout" (Standing woman), drawing in crayon on paper dated c.1947-1950.

"Femme debout" (Standing woman), drawing in crayon on paper dated haunting and striking

Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1780–1867), Study for the Figure of France in "The Apotheosis of Napoleon I", 1853 | Harvard Art Museums

Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, Study for the Figure of France in The Apotheosis of Napoleon I, 1853

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