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A Slave for Sale
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1897
Jiménez Aranda, José
A Slave for Sale
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1897
Jiménez Aranda, José

A young, completely nude slave sits on a carpet. The sign hanging from her neck bears a Greek inscription (Rose, 18 years old, on sale for 800 coins) that offers her as merchandise at an Oriental market. She chastely hangs her head to hide her shame. The feet of her possible purchasers are visible behind her as they crown around to contemplate her defenseless nudity. This is one of Jiménez

Head of an Old Man, Half-Length Clothed Figure and Leg
Red chalk, White chalk on dark toned paper. XVIII century
Bayeu, Francisco
Head of an Old Man, Half-Length Clothed Figure and Leg
Red chalk, White chalk on dark toned paper. XVIII century
Bayeu, Francisco

On the left, this drawing depicts a study of an old man’s head in right profile with a lowered gaze. In the centre, there is a study of a cloak for a half-length figure with a lightly sketched face. On the right, the right leg with its foot is depicted showing the sole.

Arms and Hands
Red chalk, White chalk on dark toned paper. XVIII century
Bayeu, Francisco
Arms and Hands
Red chalk, White chalk on dark toned paper. XVIII century
Bayeu, Francisco

This is a study of limbs (arms and hands). There are 13 of them in various poses, five of which are holding a stick.

Two Raised Arms and Part of a Leg
Red chalk, White chalk on dark toned paper. 1779
Bayeu, Francisco
Two Raised Arms and Part of a Leg
Red chalk, White chalk on dark toned paper. 1779
Bayeu, Francisco

This is a preparatory drawing which studies the arms in detail, together with the position of the hands and a leg showing the knee. It is a study for the figure of the Young Angel (D000623) in the upper part of the central register of the fresco The Transfer of the Remains of Saint Eugene in the cloister of Toledo Cathedral. Three preparatory sketches for the fresco are extant: one in Toledo Cathe

Saint Peter
Black chalk, White chalk on green paper. 1771
Bayeu, Francisco
Saint Peter
Black chalk, White chalk on green paper. 1771
Bayeu, Francisco

Dibujo preparatorio para la figura de San Pedro para el fresco de la Transfiguración para uno de los ocho sectores de la Cúpula de la Colegiata de San Ildefonso, destruida en el incendio de 1920. Se conoce el boceto preparatorio para este fresco que formaba parte de la Colección Simonsen de Sao Paulo (en 1975 en el comercio de Nueva York). Estudio de una figura masculina sentada y de espaldas con

Two Hands
Red chalk on dark toned paper. 1769
Bayeu, Francisco
Two Hands
Red chalk on dark toned paper. 1769
Bayeu, Francisco

This is a study of hands depicted as resting, joined, and on the chest. This is probably a preparatory drawing for the figure of the Virgin in Pentecost in the Church of San Pascual in Aranjuez, painted alongside its related episodes (Annunciation, Nativity and Ascension) in 1769 and no longer extant. The position of the hands coincides with the sketches in the Grases Collection and in the Dupont

Group of Figures / Studies of a Young Woman Reclinig on the Ground, Holding an Urn
Pencil, Grey-brown ink on paper. First half of the XVI century
Perino del Vaga
Group of Figures / Studies of a Young Woman Reclinig on the Ground, Holding an Urn
Pencil, Grey-brown ink on paper. First half of the XVI century
Perino del Vaga

According to Elena Parma (Mantua, 2001, p. 296), the figure studies on the recto were perhaps made in relation to the planning of a masque, or a similar theatrical production. According to her interpretation of the scene, the two seated female figures are receiving a bearded dwarf, accompanied by a boy, though it seems by no means certain that the man is a dwarf, his physical proportions being in

Four Hands
Black chalk, White chalk on yellow paper. 1769
Bayeu, Francisco
Four Hands
Black chalk, White chalk on yellow paper. 1769
Bayeu, Francisco

This is a study of hands: two of them are depicted interlaced, another with bent fingers holding a cane and the last showing its back. It is a preparatory drawing intended for the figures of the shepherds in The Nativity canvas in the Church of San Pascual in Aranjuez. This canvas was painted alongside its related episodes (Annunciation, Ascension and Pentecost) in 1769, all of which are no longer

Moses
Red chalk, White chalk on dark toned paper. 1781
Bayeu, Francisco
Moses
Red chalk, White chalk on dark toned paper. 1781
Bayeu, Francisco

Dibujo preparatorio para la figura de Moisés en la parte superior central de la bóveda del fresco Regina Prophetarum, en la nave a la derecha de la Santa Capilla de la Basílica del Pilar de Zaragoza, pintada en 1781. Se conservan dos bocetos preparatorios en el Museo Diocesano de Zaragoza, uno de ellos en grisalla y en el museo varios dibujos preparatorios para el fresco. Se representa a la figura

Study of a right leg
Black chalk on yellow laid paper. XVII century
Saura, Mosén Domingo
Study of a right leg
Black chalk on yellow laid paper. XVII century
Saura, Mosén Domingo

This drawing is probably a life study.

Study of Hands
Black chalk on yellow laid paper. Mid-XVIIcentury
Anonymous
Study of Hands
Black chalk on yellow laid paper. Mid-XVIIcentury
Anonymous

This is a work from mid-seventeenth century Madrid. This drawing was attached onto the same sheet as D000235 until they were separated at the Institute of Restoration in 1968.

Saint Francis Supported by an Angel / Study of Bare Legs
Black chalk, White chalk on grey paper. XVIII century
Bayeu, Francisco
Saint Francis Supported by an Angel / Study of Bare Legs
Black chalk, White chalk on grey paper. XVIII century
Bayeu, Francisco

This is a study in pencil and outlined at the top with a semi-circular arch. On the front, the saint is depicted kneeling with his arms outstretched and looking upwards. Behind him, to his left, an angel supports him.On the verso, there is a study of bare legs.

Four Arms
Red chalk, White chalk on dark toned paper. XVIII century
Bayeu, Francisco
Four Arms
Red chalk, White chalk on dark toned paper. XVIII century
Bayeu, Francisco

This is a study of four arms, one of them with an armband around the arm and holding a pen.

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