Great Animal Drawings and Prints (Dover Fine Art, History of Art)

Great Animal Drawings and Prints (Dover Fine Art, History of Art)

Carol Belanger Grafton

Language: English

Pages: 112

ISBN: B00A3ZDT9G

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


From Rembrandt's monumental elephant and Toulouse-Lautrec's prancing circus steed to Rubens' masterly brush-and-ink study of a lion, this unique collection portrays all manner of creatures from the animal kingdom. More than 100 royalty-free illustrations — 17 in color — include magnificent works by: Hieronymus Bosch, Albrecht Dürer, Anthony van Dyck, Francisco Goya, Leonardo da Vinci, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Diego Velazquez, Fra Bartolommeo, Katsushika Hokusai, John James Audubon, Edgar Degas, Pablo Picasso, and many other masters.
A superb archive of carefully selected works by celebrated artists, from Renaissance luminaries to twentieth-century masters, this rich pictorial legacy will be prized by animal lovers as much as it will be treasured by devotees of fine art.

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Study of a Tiger. Black and red chalk, heightened with white, on bistre paper. 391 x 570 mm. 62 HERBERT THOMAS DICKSEE (1862–1942) On the Alert. Watercolor and gouache. 443 x 690 mm. 63 ALBRECHT DÜRER (1471–1528) Rabbit. Watercolor. 250 x 225 mm. 64 JEAN-LOUIS-ANDRÉ-THÉODORE GÉRICAULT (1791–1824) Fighting Horses. Watercolor over pencil. 216 x 295 mm. 65 JOHN GOULD (1804–1881) Eagle Owl. Lithograph. 400 x 525 mm. 66 LEONARDO DA VINCI (1452–1519) A Horse in Profile to the Right and Its

Study of a Tiger. Black and red chalk, heightened with white, on bistre paper. 391 x 570 mm. 62 HERBERT THOMAS DICKSEE (1862–1942) On the Alert. Watercolor and gouache. 443 x 690 mm. 63 ALBRECHT DÜRER (1471–1528) Rabbit. Watercolor. 250 x 225 mm. 64 JEAN-LOUIS-ANDRÉ-THÉODORE GÉRICAULT (1791–1824) Fighting Horses. Watercolor over pencil. 216 x 295 mm. 65 JOHN GOULD (1804–1881) Eagle Owl. Lithograph. 400 x 525 mm. 66 LEONARDO DA VINCI (1452–1519) A Horse in Profile to the Right and Its

x 287 mm. 72 HERMAN PALMER (1894–1946) Lancelot. Pen and ink and yellow wash on buff paper. 254 x 295 mm. 73 GEORGE PENCZ (c.1500–1550) Romulus and Remus. Pen and black ink, watercolor and gouache over black chalk under-drawing, on white paper. 280 mm. diameter. 74 PABLO PICASSO (1881–1973) Bull and Gored Horse. Black ink on prepared panel. 315 x 407 mm. 75 PABLO PICASSO (1881–1973) Horse and Dying Minotaure. Gouache and Indian ink. 494 x 644 mm. 76 PABLO PICASSO (1881–1973) The Monkey.

11501 Table of Contents Title Page Copyright Page LIST OF PLATES LIST OF PLATES Frontispiece: PETER PAUL RUBENS (1577–1640) Study for the Portrait of the Duke of Lerma. Pen over black chalk and wash. 300 x 215 mm. 1 JOST AMMAN (1539–1591) Saint Nicholas. Pen and ink, heightened with white, on red prepared paper. 301 x 197 mm. 2 JOST AMMAN (1539–1591) Stag. Pen and black ink. 109 x 91 mm. 3 ANDREA DEL SARTO (1486–1531) Studies of a Dog. Red chalk. 190 x 253 mm. 4 FRANCIS BARLOW

Hunt. Pen and brown ink, brown wash, heightened with white gouache. 185 x 261 mm. 92 GIOVANNI DOMENICO TIEPOLO (1727–1804) Peasants on Their Way to Market. Pen and brown ink and wash, over underdrawing in black chalk. 296 x 421 mm. 93 TITIAN (TIZIANO VECELLIO) (1485–1576) Leaping Rider. Black and white chalk on blue paper. 388 x 247 mm. 94 TITIAN (1485–1576) A Horse and Rider Falling. Black chalk, on discolored gray paper, squared for enlargement in red chalk. 274 x 262 mm. 95 HENRI DE

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