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Red chalk

Scope note

Chalk composed of hematite diffused in clay and used for drawing since the Renaissance. Originally cut from deposits but later fabricated from the same material.

This term has 955 records attributed within our system.

Connected records

An image of Drawing

A roebuck (Capreolus capraea)

Accession Number: PD.677-1963

An image of Drawing

A bedroom scene

Accession Number: PD.459-1963

An image of Drawing

Grotesque Head

Accession Number: PD.26-1958

An image of Drawing

Two studies of a man carrying a basket

Accession Number: PD.108-1961

An image of Drawing

Two actors

Accession Number: PD.109-1961

An image of Drawing

"Homme Debout"

Accession Number: PD.111-1961

An image of Drawing

"Femme debout"

Accession Number: PD.110-1961

An image of Drawing

A lady, seen from behind

Accession Number: PD.112-1961

An image of Drawing

Portrait of Antoine de la Roque

Accession Number: 2266

An image of Drawing

A man playing a flute

Accession Number: 2265

An image of Drawing

La Collation

Accession Number: PD.21-1964

An image of Drawing

A Roman garden scene

Accession Number: PD.40-1954

An image of Drawing

Two studies of a little child

Accession Number: PD.98-1961

An image of Drawing

Bacchus and Erigone (?)

Accession Number: 3097

An image of Drawing

An Italian landscape with ruins and figures

Accession Number: PD.42-1954

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