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Pierre-Paul Prud’hon (1758-1823), Study for a Portrait of Empress Joséphine, 1805? Black chalk, stumped in some areas, heightened with white, on blue paper, 248 x 302 mm), Bequest of Therese Kuhn Straus in memory of her husband, Hubert N. Straus; 1977.58

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Pierre-Paul Prud'hon (1858-1823) Study for a Portrait of Empress Joséphine, 1805 Black chalk, stumped in some areas, heightened with white, on blue paper; ruled in pen and black ink 9 3/4 x 11 7/8 inches (248 x 302 mm) Bequest of Therese Kuhn Straus in memory of her husband, Herbert N. Straus; 1977.58, The Morgan Library & Museum

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Pierre-Paul Prud’hon (1858-1823) "Female Nude" Black, white and pale pink chalk, some stumping, on blue paper. 23 x 12 inches

Study of a Woman’s Head and Hands Antoine Watteau, ca. 1717. / Red and white chalk and graphite on off-white laid paper.

Head of a Young Girl and Studies of Hands and of her Right Foot Charles de La Fosse (French, Paris 1636–1716 Paris) / Black, red and white chalk, touches of yellow and pink pastel, on beige paper.

Head of a Man with Closed Eyes / attributed to Francesco Vanni (Italian, active Siena and Rome, 1563-1610) / Black and red chalk on gray paper

ORIGINAL PASTEL PAINTING by Karen Margulis psa Title: Where Poppies Blow Size: 5x7 inches Media: Pastel on archival pastel paper