By Carol Belanger Grafton
A marvelous archive of conscientiously chosen works by way of celebrated artists, from Renaissance luminaries to twentieth-century masters, this wealthy pictorial legacy could be prized by way of animal enthusiasts up to will probably be valuable through devotees of excellent art.
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Despite the fact that, republication or replica of any representation by way of the other photo provider, even if or not it's in a ebook or in the other layout source, is precisely prohibited. 9780486145594 synthetic within the united states Dover guides, Inc. , 31 East 2d road, Mineola, N. Y. 11501 desk of Contents identify web page Copyright web page record OF PLATES checklist OF PLATES Frontispiece: PETER PAUL RUBENS (1577–1640) learn for the Portrait of the Duke of Lerma. Pen over black chalk and wash. three hundred x 215 mm. 1 JOST AMMAN (1539–1591) Saint Nicholas. Pen and ink, heightened with white, on crimson ready paper. 301 x 197 mm. 2 JOST AMMAN (1539–1591) Stag. Pen and black ink. 109 x ninety one mm. three ANDREA DEL SARTO (1486–1531) reports of a puppy. crimson chalk. one hundred ninety x 253 mm. four FRANCIS BARLOW (1626–1704) Elephant and Rhinoceros. Pen and wash. 250 x 185 mm. five FRA BARTOLOMMEO (1472–1517) St. George and the Dragon. Black, white, and yellowish chalk on grey ready paper. 317 x 272 mm. 6 ANTOINE-LOUIS BARYE (1796–1875) Jaguar. Pencil and watercolor. 253 x 247 mm. 7 STEFANO DELLA BELLA (1610–1674) The Eagles. Etching. 154 x one hundred twenty mm. eight ROSA BONHEUR (1822–1899) Bull Resting. gentle black pencil. 299 x 437 mm. nine HIERONYMUS BOSCH (c. 1450–1516) The Owl’s Nest. Pen and brown ink, laid down. a hundred and forty x 196 mm. 10 EDMÉ BOUCHARDON (1698–1762) Bull’s Head. crimson chalk. 607 x 454 mm. eleven FRANÇOIS BOUCHER (1703–1770) learn of a hen. Black, crimson, and white chalk on brownish-gray paper. one hundred seventy x 2 hundred mm. 12 PIETER BRUEGEL THE ELDER (1525/30–1569) Rider and Horses. Pen and bistre over black chalk. 164 x 184 mm. thirteen ANTONIO DEL CASTILLO (1616–1668) Camels. Quill pen. 166 x 246 mm. 14 THÉODORE CHASSÉRIAU (1819–1856) Amazon. Black crayon. two hundred x 270 mm. 15 GIORGIO DE CHIRICO (1888–1978) Cavalo. Charcoal on paper. 148 x 211 mm. sixteen ALLAERT CLAESZ (1498–1562) Rider. Pen and bistre wash. 323 x 312 mm. 17 CLAUDE (CLAUDE LORRAIN) (1600–1682) best: The Campo Vaccino with the Basilica of Constantine. Pen and bistre wash. 128 x ninety three mm. backside: Oxen coming near near a Mountain Lake. Pen and brown ink, and wash. 104 x one hundred fifty mm. 18 EDGAR DEGAS (1834–1917) Racehorse and Jockey. crimson chalk. 283 x 418 mm. 19 EDGAR DEGAS (1834–1917) research for ‘Steeplechase—The Fallen Jockey’: the pony. Charcoal. 231 x 355 mm. 20 EUGÈNE DELACROIX (1798–1863) A Horseman. Pen and sepia wash. a hundred ninety x 230 mm. 21 GASPARE DIZIANI (1689–1767) Hermit and a Stag. Pen, brown ink and wash over purple chalk on skinny ecru paper. 273 x 197 mm. 22 ALBRECHT DÜRER (1471–1528) Sketches of Animals and Landscapes (detail). Pen and black ink; blue, grey, and rose wash. 264 x 397 mm. 23 ALBRECHT DÜRER (1471–1528) The Knight on Horseback. Pen and brown ink with watercolor on white paper. 410 x 324 mm. 24 ALBRECHT DÜRER (1471–1528) Head of a Roebuck. Watercolor. 228 x 166 mm. 25 ALBRECHT DÜRER (1471–1528) The Italian Trophies. Pen and black ink on white paper, a number of pentimenti. 432 x 316 mm. 26 ANTHONY VAN DYCK (1599–1641) experiences of a Horse. Black chalk, with white chalk highlights, on blue paper. 429 x 366 mm. 27 ANTHONY VAN DYCK (1599–1641) stories of the pinnacle of a Horse and of a guy on Horseback.