Agostino Brunias, Tobia e l’Angelo



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  1. Agostino Brunias, Tobia e l’Angelo, matita nera e gessetto su carta grigia, mm 680 (705) x 540 (560), 1754 ( III premio al Concorso di Seconda Classe), Archivio Storico dell’Accademia di San Luca, Roma

  2. Robert Adam, Frontispiece, Plate I, in The Ruins of the Palace of the Emperor Diocletian at Spalatro in Dalmatia, Printed for the Author, London 1764 (http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/DLDecArts.AdamRuins)

  3. Agostino Brunias, Decorative painting for the Breakfast room at Kedleston Hall, Tempera on canvas, 1759-60, Victoria and Albert Museum, London © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

  4. Robert Adam, Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire, fronte sud

  5. Agostino Brunias, Perspective View in Parliament Street and the Screen for the Admiralty, 1759, pen, pencil and wash within a single ruled border on laid paper, SM Adam volumes (4) 35/4, John Soane’s Museum, London

  6. Agostino Brunias, Finished drawing for the monument to Major-General James Wolfe (unexecuted), 1759, Pen and wash within a single ruled border on laid paper (527 x 1057), SM Adam volumes (10) 28/51, John Soane’s Museum, London

  7. Agostino Brunias, Design for a relief panel for the funerary monument of Lieutenant-Colonel Roger Townshend, pen and wash within a single line border on blue sugar paper (809 x 329), 1760, Adam, vol. 19/66, John Soane’s Museum, London

  8. Agostino Brunias, Design for a relief panel for the funerary monument of Lieutenant-Colonel Roger Townshend, pen and wash within a single line border on sugar paper (470 x 364), 1760, Adam, vol. 16/66, John Soane’s Museum, London

  9. Agostino Brunias, Design for the atlantes on the funerary monument of Lieutenant-Colonel Roger Townshend, 1760, pen and wash on laid paper (225 x 468), SM Adam volumes, (8) 19/71; John Soane’s Museum, London

  10. Agostino Brunias, Design for the atlantes on the funerary monument of Lieutenant-Colonel Roger Townshend, 1760, pen and wash on laid paper (196 x 477), SM Adam volumes (9) 19/72, John Soane’s Museum, London

  11. The Head of a Chief of New-Zealand, the face curiously tataowd, or mark'd, according to their Manner, Plate XVI, Engraving after drawing by Sydney Parkinson, in S. Parkinson A Journal of a Voyage to the South Seas..., London 1773

  12. French Mulatresses and Negro Woman Bathing, s.d., oil on canvas, 35.56 x 28.58 cm, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography at Harvard University, ©http://www.peabody.harvard.edu/

  13. Free Women of Color with their Children and Servants in a Landscape, ca.1764–96, Oil on canvas, 50.8 x 66.4 cm, Brooklyn Museum, New York © Brooklyn Museum

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