By Anthony Toney
Full-page reproductions of drawings from the early fifteenth century to the tip of the 18th century, all fantastically reproduced: Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Dürer, Fragonard, Urs Graf, Wouwerman, many others. fine shopping booklet, version booklet for artists.
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