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Studies of four antique statues

RIBA29489
NOTES: This drawing is one of a series of four sheets attributed to the English sculptor Joseph Nollekens, who between the years 1759 and 1770 studied and worked as an antiques dealer, restorer and copier in Rome before returning to England to become a highly successful portrait sculptor. The verso of the drawing is addressed to the architect, archaeologist and artist James 'Athenian' Stuart at the home of Thomas Anson, who resided at St James's Square, London from 1766 to 1773. It is one of several drawings included in a postal package sent to this address.

Studies of antique statues

RIBA29491
NOTES: This drawing is one of a series of four sheets attributed to the English sculptor Joseph Nollekens, who between the years 1759 and 1770 studied and worked as an antiques dealer, restorer and copier in Rome before returning to England to become a highly successful portrait sculptor. The drawing is one of several included in a postal package addressed to the architect, archaeologist and artist James 'Athenian' Stuart at the home of Thomas Anson, who resided at St James's Square, London from 1766 to 1773.

Studies of antique statues

RIBA29492
NOTES: This drawing is one of a series of four sheets attributed to the English sculptor Joseph Nollekens, who between the years 1759 and 1770 studied and worked as an antiques dealer, restorer and copier in Rome before returning to England to become a highly successful portrait sculptor. The drawing is one of several included in a postal package addressed to the architect, archaeologist and artist James 'Athenian' Stuart at the home of Thomas Anson, who resided at St James's Square, London from 1766 to 1773.

Studies of antique statues

RIBA29496
NOTES: This drawing is one of a series of four sheets attributed to the English sculptor Joseph Nollekens, who between the years 1759 and 1770 studied and worked as an antiques dealer, restorer and copier in Rome before returning to England to become a highly successful portrait sculptor. The drawing is one of several included in a postal package addressed to the architect, archaeologist and artist James 'Athenian' Stuart at the home of Thomas Anson, who resided at St James's Square, London from 1766 to 1773.

Studies of antique statues

RIBA29497
NOTES: This drawing is one of a series of four sheets attributed to the English sculptor Joseph Nollekens, who between the years 1759 and 1770 studied and worked as an antiques dealer, restorer and copier in Rome before returning to England to become a highly successful portrait sculptor. The drawing is one of several included in a postal package addressed to the architect, archaeologist and artist James 'Athenian' Stuart at the home of Thomas Anson, who resided at St James's Square, London from 1766 to 1773.

Studies of antique statues

RIBA29498
NOTES: This drawing is one of a series of four sheets attributed to the English sculptor Joseph Nollekens, who between the years 1759 and 1770 studied and worked as an antiques dealer, restorer and copier in Rome before returning to England to become a highly successful portrait sculptor. The drawing is one of several included in a postal package addressed to the architect, archaeologist and artist James 'Athenian' Stuart at the home of Thomas Anson, who resided at St James's Square, London from 1766 to 1773.

Studies of antique statues

RIBA29499
NOTES: This drawing is one of a series of four sheets attributed to the English sculptor Joseph Nollekens, who between the years 1759 and 1770 studied and worked as an antiques dealer, restorer and copier in Rome before returning to England to become a highly successful portrait sculptor. The drawing is one of several included in a postal package addressed to the architect, archaeologist and artist James 'Athenian' Stuart at the home of Thomas Anson, who resided at St James's Square, London from 1766 to 1773.

Sketch of a Parian bas-relief depicting a Bacchic processsion dedicated to the Nymphs at the Grotto of Agios Mua, Paros

RIBA29514
NOTES: This relief, depicting Pan, Nymphs and Hermes, was carved from Parian marble at the entrance to a subterranean quarry tunnel.

Sketches of nude and draped Classical figures in various attitudes, including a male prising open the jaws of a lion

RIBA29523
NOTES: These studies may have been taken from Roman paintings or sculptures.

Sketches of nude and draped Classical figures in various attitudes

RIBA29524
NOTES: These studies may have been taken from Roman paintings or sculptures.

Sketches of putti one of whom has a small bird perched on its finger

RIBA29525
NOTES: These studies may have been taken from Roman paintings or sculptures.
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