Works in Paper

Head of a Boy Artist: Domenico Zampieri
Date: First quarter of the seventeenth century
Location: Italy
Medium: Charcoal Drawing with sanguine and white chalk on paper
Allegories of Flora and Abundance Artist: work shop of Taddeo and Federico Zuccaro
Date: 1568
Location: Italy
Medium: Pencil, iron gall ink, quill and bistre washes on paper
Sabine Women Pleading for peace Artist: Giovanni Battista Foggini
Date: First quarter of the 18th century
Location: Italy
Medium: Ink, brown wash and white opaque pigment over graphite on paper
Paul Raising Eutychus from the Dead Artist: Anton Domenico Gabbiani
Date: 1652-1726
Location: Italy
Medium: Graphite, brown ink with brown wash on paper

 

 

Silvio and the Wounded Dorinda Artist: Anonymous
Date: Seventeenth/Eighteenth Century
Location: Italy (possibly Bologna)
Medium: Graphite, pen and brown ink with grey wash on ivory laid paper with a watermark of a bird, possibly a crane or a stork.
Peter and John at the Gate of the Temple Artist: Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn
Date: 1659
Medium: Etching on paper
Baptism of Saints Processus and Martinianus
Artist: Attributed to Giusepe Passeri
Date: 1695
Location: Italy (Rome)
Medium: Red chalk on ivory laid paper

 

A Rake's Progress, Plate VIII, Madman in Bedlam

Artist: William Hogarth engraved by Thomas Cook
Date: 1806
Location: England
Medium: Black ink on ivory paper