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Sketch of biblical figures probably taken from an Old Master painting

RIBA20884
NOTES: This drawing is one of a number of miscellaneous sketches and copies from Stevens's school copybook and sketchbook. It was probably made between 1824 and 1833.

Sketch of a man holding a lance probably taken from an Old Master painting

RIBA20905
NOTES: This drawing is one of a number of miscellaneous sketches and copies from Stevens's school copybook and sketchbook. It was probably made between 1824 and 1833.

Study of a nude man probably taken from an Old Master painting

RIBA20906
NOTES: This drawing is one of a number of miscellaneous sketches and copies from Stevens's school copybook and sketchbook. It was probably made between 1824 and 1833.

Page of figure sketches and caricatures including members of a military band on horseback

RIBA20911
NOTES: This drawing is one of a number of miscellaneous sketches and copies from Stevens's school copybook and sketchbook. It was probably made between 1824 and 1833.

Sketch of a bearded man's face probably taken from an Old Master painting

RIBA20926
NOTES: This drawing is one of a number of miscellaneous sketches and copies from Stevens's school copybook and sketchbook. It was probably made between 1824 and 1833.

Studies of Classical stone fragments depicting figures carved in bas relief

RIBA20945
NOTES: This drawing was produced for reproduction in 'Antiquities of Ionia, Part the Fourth', published by the Society of Dilettanti (London, 1881). The engraver of the images in their printed form was Jules Penel.

Detail of a capital featuring grotesque ornament, Church of San Spirito, Florence

RIBA20953
Brunelleschi, Filippo (1377-1446)
NOTES: Alfred George Stevens travelled to Italy in 1834 where he spent nine years studying the frescoes and paintings of the Old Masters. In the early 1840s, after attending a design course at the Florentine Academy, he returned to London.

Sketches of figures from Classical mythology taken from Italian Renaissance sculptures or paintings

RIBA21140
NOTES: This drawing is one of a number of sketches of Italian paintings, sculpture, Medieval and Renaissance costume and miscellaneous tracings by Godwin from an album containing items relating to architecture and ornament. Alfred George Stevens travelled to Italy in 1834, where he spent nine years studying the frescoes and paintings of the Old Masters. In the early 1840s, after attending a design course at the Florentine Academy, he returned to London.

Sketches of Medieval costume with notes on colour copied from original Italian paintings: figures include a knight wearing chainmail armour, a cardinal, Florentine magistrates, a notary and a French nobleman

RIBA21160
NOTES: This drawing is one of a number of sketches of Italian paintings, sculpture, Medieval and Renaissance costume and miscellaneous tracings by Godwin from an album containing items relating to architecture and ornament. Alfred George Stevens travelled to Italy in 1834, where he spent nine years studying the frescoes and paintings of the Old Masters. In the early 1840s, after attending a design course at the Florentine Academy, he returned to London.

Composition of allegorical figures representing the arts and artists

RIBA21180
Testa, Pietro (1611-1650)
NOTES: This is an engraving probably intended as a frontispiece to a proposed Trattato di Pittura. For the related drawing please see RIBA84049.
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