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1,257 results filtered with: Ink drawings
  • A man cuts his finger with a knife; representing the sense of touch. Pen drawing by A. Overlaet, 1761, after D. Teniers.
  • A tick (Ixodes reduvius). Coloured drawing by A.J.E. Terzi.
  • Allegory of water: a woman holding a ship on her shoulders; Moses leading Israelites out of Egypt while Pharaoh and the Egyptians drown. Drawing, ca. 1740.
  • Professors at the Medical Faculty, University of Louvain: seven caricatures. Drawing (?) by G. Parsy, ca. 1900 (?).
  • The dream of a patient in Jungian analysis: a steeply descending road, with telegraph poles on the left, a wall and fields on the right, huge mountainous waves in the distance. Drawing by M.A.C.T., 1978.
  • Plague in Cape Town: convicts cleansing and disinfecting infected buildings. Drawing by H. Johnson, 1891.
  • Dissection of the trunk: side view, showing the bones and muscles, with small pencil sketches of a nude in various poses. Ink and watercolour with laminated flaps, 18--.
  • Singapore: a police officer clearing two race-goers from the racecourse. Pen and ink drawing by J. Taylor, 1881.
  • Nurses being lectured on bandaging using a mannequin on a hospital ward. Drawing by J. Belon.
  • Allegory of water: a woman holding a ship on her shoulders; Moses leading Israelites out of Egypt while Pharaoh and the Egyptians drown. Drawing, ca. 1740.
  • Allegory of water: a woman holding a ship on her shoulders; Moses leading Israelites out of Egypt while Pharaoh and the Egyptians drown. Drawing, ca. 1740.
  • Right lateral view of the Apollo Belvedere. Pen and ink drawing after G. Audran.
  • A monster representing an influenza virus hitting a man over the head as he sits in his armchair. Pen and ink drawing by E. Noble, c. 1918.
  • The male human flea (Pulex irritans). Pen and ink drawing by A.J.E. Terzi, ca. 1919.
  • A king holding court. Ink drawing.
  • A man with a wooden leg collecting brushwood in a wicker basket slung over his shoulder. Pen and wash drawing.
  • Surgical instruments. Pen and ink drawing, 1850/1910?.
  • The dream of a patient in Jungian analysis: a tunnel, into which water cascades from the top into a swirling pool; small people look down from the top. Drawing by M.A.C.T., 197-.
  • A female nude seen from behind. Pen and ink drawing by W. Mulready.
  • Allegory of water: a woman holding a ship on her shoulders; Moses leading Israelites out of Egypt while Pharaoh and the Egyptians drown. Drawing, ca. 1740.
  • The captain of a ship is looking through a telescope at an approaching hurricane on which is inscribed 'Talks' ; a naval officer is standing beside him. Drawing by A.G. Racey, 191-.
  • Black nightshade (Solanum nigrum): leaves and fruits. Pen drawing, partially coloured.
  • Trial of a Chinese woman charged with adultery: the trial before elders is shown taking place in an ancestral hall. Ink drawing, China, 18--?.
  • Muscles of the head and neck: écorch ́figure seen from behind. Pen and ink wash, by C. Landseer, ca. 1815.
  • Allegory of water: a woman holding a ship on her shoulders; Moses leading Israelites out of Egypt while Pharaoh and the Egyptians drown. Drawing, ca. 1740.
  • Allegory of water: a woman holding a ship on her shoulders; Moses leading Israelites out of Egypt while Pharaoh and the Egyptians drown. Drawing, ca. 1740.
  • Axillary plexus of nerves. Pen and ink sketch by G.E. Blenkins, 18--.
  • The dream of a patient in Jungian analysis: logs rolling along a stream through a tunnel, a person stepping from one log to another. Drawing by M.A.C.T., 197-.
  • Muscles of the leg and foot: lateral view, with knee bent and foot flexed. Ink and watercolour, 18--.
  • Passion flower (Passiflora species): twining stem with flowers and fruit. Pen drawing.