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Master Drawings New York 2024

Master Drawings New York 2024

Nicholas Hall is pleased to participate in Master Drawings New York 2024 in association with W. M. Brady & Co.
Master Drawings New York 2024
Presented in associated with W. M. Brady & Co.
17 East 76th Street, New York
26 January – 3 February 2023

We are delighted to welcome W.M. Brady & Co. to present an exhibition of Old Master and 19th-century Drawings: Recent Acquisitions. The exhibition will be on view at our gallery as part of Master Drawings New York from 26 January to 3 February 2024.

The selection presented include three distinguished New York collections formed over the last few decades. These include rare and beautiful sheets by Italian artists such as Niccolò dell’Abate, Taddeo Zuccaro, Gregorio Pagani, Guercino, and Piranesi, as well as exceptional drawings by such French artists as Claude Mellan, Charles de la Fosse, Charles-Joseph Natoire, Hubert Robert, and Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot.

Other outstanding sheets include a magnificent trois-crayons drawing by Nicolas Plattemontagne of the Magus Balthazar, a study for the Adoration of the Magi (Quimper, Musée des Beaux-Arts); a superb red chalk study for the Grenelle Fountain by the sculptor Edmé Bouchardon, from the collection of P. J. Mariette;  a beautiful large chalk drawing of a Young Man wearing a Studio Cap by Lorenzo Tiepolo; and a rare preparatory study for one of the tapestries illustrating the Life of Maximilien of Bavaria by Pieter de Witte, called Peter Candid.

Additionally, we will exhibit three exceptional drawings by François Bonvin and his brother, Léon.  These include a study of a Woman Drawing Water from a Copper Fountain and a Still Life with a Coffee Pot by François and a remarkable watercolor of a Basket of Wild Flowers by Léon.

A fully illustrated digital catalogue will accompany French 18th-century Drawings from a Private Collection.

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Nicholas de Plattemontagne, Study for the Figure of Balthazar, Three Studies of a Left Hand and One of a Right Hand
Pietro Buonaccorsi, known as Perino del Vaga, Various Figures Riding on Fantastical Sea Monsters, and Other Marine Creatures
Taddeo Zuccaro, Two Designs for a Frieze Decoration with Putti (recto) Detail of a Frieze Decoration with Putto (verso)