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187 results filtered with: Chalk drawings
  • A greyhound, écorché. Chalk drawing attributed to J.F. Lewis.
  • Muscles of the leg. Red chalk and pencil drawing by A. Durelli, ca. 1837.
  • Ange-Bernard Imbert-Delonnes. Drawing by P. Chasselat, 1799-1800.
  • World War I: the German Navy attacking Allied nursing. Coloured chalk drawing by Louis Raemaekers, 1918.
  • A standing male nude with cloak: arms folded around a staff. Red chalk drawing by J.J. Masquerier.
  • Muscles of the upper arm and shoulder. Red chalk and pencil drawing by or associated with A. Durelli, ca. 1837.
  • The pelvis, front view: two studies, showing the bones and ligaments of the right-hand side of the pelvis. Pencil and black chalk drawing, with bodycolour, 1840/1880?.
  • Muscles, tendons and bones of the elbow and hand: three figures. Red chalk and pencil drawing by or associated with A. Durelli, ca. 1837.
  • Muscles of the head and neck: an écorché figure seen from behind. Pencil and red chalk drawing, by C. Landseer, ca. 1815.
  • Right écorché leg and foot (life-size), showing the bones, muscles and tendons. Red chalk and pencil drawing, with bodycolour, by C. Landseer, 1815.
  • An apothecary wearing a gown and skull cap, pouring fluid from a bottle. Chalk drawing by or after H. Stacy Marks.
  • Muscles and tendons of the lower leg and foot, seen from behind. Red chalk and pencil drawing by or associated with A. Durelli, ca. 1837.
  • The dissection of a young, beautiful woman directed by J. Ch. G. Lucae (1814-1885) in order to determine the ideal female proportions. Chalk drawing by J. H. Hasselhorst, 1864.
  • A medicine vendor holding up a small flask of medicine for sale. Red chalk drawing attributed to Nicolaes Walraven van Haeften.
  • Solomon Eagle striding through plague ridden London with burning coals on his head, trying to fumigate the air. Chalk drawing by E.M. Ward, 1848.
  • Bones, muscles and tendons of the pelvis, leg and foot: two details of an écorché figure. Red chalk and pencil drawing, with bodycolour, by W. Harvey, 1819.
  • Saint Peter. Black chalk drawing after P. Monnot.
  • A tooth-drawer extracting a tooth from an agonized patient. Coloured chalk drawing.
  • Ange-Bernard Imbert-Delonnes. Drawing by P. Chasselat, 1799-1800.
  • A standing male nude with his arms raised. Black chalk drawing by J.J. Masquerier, 1793.
  • Muscles and tendons of the back: écorché figure. Red chalk and pencil drawing by or associated with A. Durelli, ca. 1837.
  • Pelvic bone: front and side views. Pencil and chalk drawing by J. Mongrédien, ca. 1880.
  • Bones, muscles and tendons of the arm and hand: two details of an écorché figure. Red chalk and pencil drawing, with bodycolour, by a contemporary of W. Harvey (?), ca. 1819.
  • A woman seated on the ground, torchbearer to left, below heads of plague victims. Chalk drawing by E.M. Ward, 1848.
  • Muscles and tendons of the thigh. Red chalk and pencil drawing by or associated with A. Durelli, ca. 1837.
  • Bones of the skull, vertebrae and sacrum: six figures. Pencil drawing by J.C. Zeller ca. 1833 (?) after G. del Medico, 1811.
  • Muscles, tendons and bones of the knee-joint: two figures. Red chalk and pencil drawing by or associated with A. Durelli, ca. 1837.
  • A medicine vendor holding up a small flask of medicine for sale. Red chalk drawing attributed to Nicolaes Walraven van Haeften.
  • A man with goitre. Chalk drawing by J. de Ribera.
  • Muscles and tendons of the thigh. Red chalk and pencil drawing by or associated with A. Durelli, ca. 1837.