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Francesco Guardi (1712–1793)
View of Levico in the Valsugana
Pen and brown and black ink, brown wash, over black chalk
16 13/16 x 25 inches (426 x 635 mm)
The Morgan Library & Museum, New York
Thaw Collection

Francesco Guardi (1712–1793)
Ascent of a Balloon in Venice
Black chalk on paper.
9 7/16 x 9 13/16 inches (240 x 249 mm)
The Morgan Library & Museum, New York
Thaw Collection

Guercino (Giovannirancesco Barbieri, 1591–1666)
Saint Adoring the Virgin and Child
Pen and brown ink, with brown wash, over black chalk, on paper; squared for transfer in black chalk
15 3/4 x 10 1/2 inches (400 x 267 mm)
IV, 168a

Giovanni Guerra (Modena 1544–1618 Rome)
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego Saved from the Fiery Furnace
Pen and brown ink, brown wash, over traces of black chalk
Inscribed at lower center, in pen and brown ink, F. Zucaro.
7 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches (197 x 222 mm)
Purchased as the gift of the Fellows, 1965; 1965.3

Martin van Heemskerk (1498–1574)
The Phlegmatic Temperament: Luna, 1565
Pen and brown ink, over black chalk, on paper
Signed and dated at the lower left, Heemskerck inventor 1565 (the data some distance from the name); numbered, to the left of the date, possibly also by the artist, 4. On verso, in an old (seventeenth century?) Dutch script, in black chalk, no 25/3–/ van heemskerck.
8 1/4 x 9 7/16 inches (210 x 240 mm)
Purchased on the Fellows Fund; 1986.7

Francisco de Herrera (1627–1685)
Design for a Processional Sculpture of The Vision of St. John on Patmos, with Five Variant Plans. Verso: Sketches of a Seated Male Nude, Ornament Designs, and a Seated Figure
Pen and brown ink, with brown wash, over metalpoint, on paper
Inscribed in pen and brown ink in the plan at lower left, D[on] fran.co de herrera; in faint black chalk at upper left above figure, herrera.
10 3/4 x 7 13/16 inches (273 x 198 mm)
Purchased as the gift of Walter C. Baker; 1960.12

Francisco de Herrera (1627–1685)
Sketches of a Seated Male Nude, Ornament Designs, and a Seated Figure. Recto: Design for a Processional Sculpture of The Vision of St. John on Patmos, with Five Variant Plans.
Pen and brown ink, with brown wash, over metalpoint, on paper
10 3/4 x 7 13/16 inches (273 x 198 mm)
Purchased as the gift of Walter C. Baker; 1960.12v

Jacob Hoefnagel (1575–ca. 1630)
Orpheus Charming the Animals
Watercolor and gouache, heightened with white gouache, over traces of black chalk, on vellum mounted on panel, bordered in gold
Signed and dated at lower left in gold, Ja: Houfnagl / 1613.
6 9/16 x 8 1/4 inches (166 x 210 mm)
Purchased on the Sunny Crawford von Bülow Fund 1978; 1998.22

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