Found in 429 Collections and/or Records:
A Midsummer Night's Dream : drawing of a male in a horned costume, his arms around two women , circa 1886-1897
Includes three views of same pose, as well as color and detail notes for the costume and hair.
Includes a brief note on the color of the dress.
Acrobats (female) : drawings of a female holding a staff, from behind, and her patella , circa 1886-1897
Includes detail and color notes for her stomach, thighs, patella, etc.
Nineteen small drawings depict various stages of female trapeze act.
Drawings depict female tightrope walkers in various stages of action.
Larger drawing depicts two tightrope walkers. Smaller drawing depicts a single tightrope walker with a leg lifted.
An African woman is seen from behind in this apparently incomplete sketch. She bears three baskets on her head and carries a fourth basket in her hand. She wears some kind of band-like top, with a wrapped long skirt. Her feet are bare and she wears bracelets on her wrists. A palm tree is sketched loosely at left. Unlabeled.
Labeled on the spine "Vol. 1 1824". Comprises sketches from Anna Margaret Carr's Grand Tour, in France and Switzerland. The sketches begin on 22 August 1824 near Montreuil. Carr traveled for five weeks from Paris to Florence (first going north-east through Reims via Soissons, then south through Geneva via Dijon and Poligny, and finally along the northern shore of Lake Geneva through Lausanne). The first volume ends on 8 September 1824 at Saint Maurice.