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Sketch of a kneeling, partially draped female nude offering a dish

RIBA29526
NOTES: This study may have been taken from a Roman painting or sculpture and appears to be a preparatory sketch for RIBA29527.

Sketch of a kneeling, partially draped female nude offering a dish of food to a reclining woman

RIBA29527
NOTES: This study may have been taken from a Roman painting or sculpture. A preparatory sketch for the study can be seen at RIBA29527.

Sketch of a bas-relief featuring three figures, Merenda

RIBA29576
NOTES: The drawing's inscription features the words 'A bas relieva at Merenda... excellent work bigger than life'.

Design for a medal for the Catch Club depicting a faun filling the cup of a seated nude figure in front of a candalabrum

RIBA29584
Stuart, James (1713-1788)
NOTES: The Catch Club was a select musical society. The subject of the medal corresponds with the Club motto, 'Let us drink and let us sing together'.

Design for a medal depicting four classical figures

RIBA29587
Stuart, James (1713-1788)

Mural design for 'The Wedding of Sir Degrevaunt', for William Morris's home at the Red House, Bexleyheath, London: scene showing the wedding procession with musicians

RIBA29598
Burne-Jones, Sir Edward (1833-1898)
NOTES: This sketch appears to relate to one of three mural paintings executed by Burne-Jones in the drawing-room at Red House in the summer of 1860, soon after William and Jane Morris moved in. The incomplete series of paintings illustrates the wedding procession, ceremony and feast of the Arthurian knight Sir Degrevaunt, in which the Morrises are depicted as Degrevaunt and his bride.

Design for a medal for the Catch Club depicting two dancing female musicians, one of whom is playing a triangle, the other a tambourine

RIBA29624
Stuart, James (1713-1788)
NOTES: The Catch Club was a select musical society. The subject of the medal corresponds with the Club motto, 'Let us drink and let us sing together'.

The Raising of Lazarus: illustration of the Old Testament showing Christ bringing the dead body of Lazarus to life, surrounded by onlookers

RIBA29738
Castiglione, Giovanni Benedetto, of Genoa (1616-1670)
NOTES: This etching is from a volume of drawings from Gopsall Hall, Leicestershire.
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