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Abraham Bloemaert, Crispijn van de Passe I, Hans Rottenhammer, Jacob de Gheyn II, Johann König, Marten de Vos, Jacques de Gheyn II, Hans Ro...

Abraham Bloemaert GORINCHEM 1566 - 1651 UTRECHT SAINT LUKE Pen and brown ink and greenish-grey wash, heightened with white, within black chalk and ink framing lines; dated, lower left: and bears attribution, lower right margin: Blomart 206 by 163 mm

Jacques de Gheyn II ANTWERP 1565 - 1629 THE HAGUE THE PROPHETESS HANNAH DECIDING THAT THE INFANT SAMUEL SHALL BE LENT TO THE LORD Pen and brown ink and wash on blue-grey paper; bears attributions, verso, to Parmigianino (in red and black chalk), and to de Gheyn (pencil) 275 by 145 mm

Jacques de Gheyn II ANTWERP 1565 - 1629 THE HAGUE THE PROPHETESS HANNAH DECIDING THAT THE INFANT SAMUEL SHALL BE LENT TO THE LORD Pen and brown ink and wash on blue-grey paper; bears attributions, verso, to Parmigianino (in red and black chalk), and to de Gheyn (pencil) 275 by 145 mm

Abraham Bloemaert, Crispijn van de Passe I, Hans Rottenhammer, Jacob de Gheyn II, Johann König, Marten de Vos, Jacques de Gheyn II, Hans Ro...

Abraham Bloemaert, Crispijn van de Passe I, Hans Rottenhammer, Jacob de Gheyn II, Johann König, Marten de Vos, Jacques de Gheyn II, Hans Ro...

JACQUES DE GHEYN II ANTWERP 1565 - 1629 THE HAGUE

Study of Eleven Heads Artist: Jacques de Gheyn II (Netherlandish, Antwerp…

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Mark Demsteader is one of the most popular and influential figurative artists in Britain today, Mark's drawings have a sensitivity and an unfinished quality that make them powerful, enigmatic and stunning

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