Drawings (1531-43)
by Hans HOLBEIN the Younger
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The Triumph of Riches
Pen and brown ink with washes, chalk and bodycolour, 444 x 1193 mm
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Triumph of Wealth
Pen in brown, with gray and brown wash, white highlights and subsequently squared, 251 x 569 mm
Musée du Louvre, Paris

Lady Elyot
Chalk, pen and brush on paper, 280 x 209 mm
Royal Collection, Windsor

Sir Thomas Elyot
Chalk, pen and brush on paper, 286 x 206 mm
Royal Collection, Windsor

Apollo and the Muses on Parnassus
Pen in black, over traces of black pencil, with gray, blue, and brown wash, 421 x 384 mm
Staatliche Museen, Berlin

Portrait of an Unidentified Man
Black and coloured chalks on pink prepared paper, 260 x 200 mm
Royal Collection, Windsor

Simon George of Quocote
Pale pink priming, chalk with indian ink, 281 x 193 mm
Royal Collection, Windsor

Jane Seymour
Black and coloured chalks on paper, 500 x 285 mm
Royal Collection, London

Henry VIII and Henry VII
Pen in black, with gray, brown, black, and red wash, paper mounted on canvas, 257,8 x 137,1 cm
National Portrait Gallery, London

Sir Richard Rich
Black and coloured chalks and pen and ink on pale pink prepared paper, 321 x 264 mm
Royal Collection, Windsor

Lady Rich
Black and coloured chalks, pen and ink, and metalpoint on pale pink prepared paper, 375 x 302 mm
Royal Collection, Windsor

Portrait of Sir Richard Southwell
c. 1537
Black and coloured chalks, brush in black and metal pen, 366 x 277 mm
Royal Collection, Windsor

Edward, Prince of Wales, with Monkey
Pen, ink and watercolour, 401 x 309 mm
Kunstmuseum, Öffentliche Kunstsammlung, Basel

Coloured chalks and pen, heightened with gold, 230 x 180 mm
Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence

Summary of paintings by Hans Holbein the Younger
1515-19 | 1519-25 | altarpieces | 1526-28 | 1529-31
1532-35 | Ambassadors | Henry VIII and his family | 1536-43
drawings and woodcuts | miniatures | Miscellaneous works

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