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Recent acquisitions
Highlights
En plein air
Women Artists

Painting

There are over 120 paintings in the collection, mostly dating to the 19th century, when depictions of artists working in their studios became a popular genre. The French school is especially strong with works by Honoré Daumier, Jean-Louis-Ernest Meissonier and Henri Fantin-Latour. There are notable groups of paintings by less well-known names, such as Norbert Goeneutte, François Bonvin and Emile Friant. Although Old Master paintings of the subject are harder to acquire, the collection includes fine examples by David Teniers the Younger, Anthony Van Dyck and Frans Francken the Younger.

Drawing

Given that Katrin Bellinger started collecting in parallel to her career as a dealer in Old Master drawings it is not surprising that this is a strength of the collection. To date, there are some 400 sheets, the earliest of which is a French manuscript illumination of around 1500, while a drawing by Antony Gormley is among the most recent.

Although the theme of the artist at work is harder to find in Katrin Bellinger’s favourite area, 16th- and 17th-century Italian drawings, the collection does include some beautiful examples by Parmigianino, Pier Francesco Mola and Livio Mehus, among others. The 18th century is well represented, both in Italy, with drawings by Giambattista and Domenico Tiepolo, and in France, with Antoine Watteau, Jean-Honoré Fragonard, Hubert Robert and Jean-August-Dominque Ingres. The subject’s omnipresence in the 19th century is reflected in the collection’s holdings, which include Pierre Puvis de Chavannes, Paul Mathey, Georges Seurat and James Ensor. Self-portraits and studio scenes continue to proliferate in the 20th century, as shown by the works of Max Liebermann, Lovis Corinth, William Orpen, Egon Schiele and Horst Janssen.

Print

The print collection has grown steadily in recent years and now includes over 300 works. It features iconic examples in excellent impressions, including Rembrandt’s Self-Portrait Drawing at a Window and Rembrandt and Saskia, as well as works by lesser-known hands such as the German printmakers, Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki, Johann Adam Klein and Georg Friedrich Schmidt. Alongside the prints we find important artists’ manuals by Odoardo Fialetti and Abraham Bloemaert. The contemporary holdings include prints by Jim Dine and Michael Craig-Martin.

Photography

With over 300 examples, the photographic holdings have increased steadily in an effort to focus on images that complement the collection as a whole. Therefore, the corpus of 19th-century artists’ studio views is particularly significant and includes two large groups by photographers Edmond Bénard and Paul Marsan (Dornac). A noteworthy series of portraits by J. P. Mayall showing Academicians of the Royal Academy in their studios was used to illustrate F. G. Stephens’ Artists at Home (1884). Among the contemporary photographs we find portraits of Lucian Freud and his contemporaries by David Dawson and Bruce Bernard.

Sculpture

Sculptural depictions of artists at work are relatively rare and there are just over 20 in the collection. Highlights include the Hands of the Painter, Meissonier cast in bronze by Vincenzo Gemito and Denys Puech’s Portrait of Léon Bonnat. One of the great rarities of the collection is a female mannequin made in Southern Germany around 1550. Although not strictly showing an artist working, the collection includes several portrait medals, among them Caspar Berger’s provocative Vera Icon/Self-Portrait (2010) in 18k gold. Among the contemporary pieces, Not Vital’s Self-portrait (1995) and Phillida Barlows’s Untitled: Paintsticks (2017).

Recent acquisitions

Among the Old Master drawings, significant acquisitions were Giovanni Battista Pace’s St Luke Painting the Virgin and Thomas Rowlandson’s An Artist Travelling in Wales. The nineteenth-century French holdings now include two drawn portraits by Paul Mathey and Emile Friant.

The paintings collection was enriched by a flamboyant Biedermeier self-portrait by the little-known Kassel artist Heinrich Ahrens as well as an intimate Self-portrait reading in the studio by Friant, which joins other examples by the artist, making an already good group even stronger.

Notable additions to the depictions of female artists at work were Thomas Worlidge’s etching after a self-portrait by Sofonisba Anguissola (Lancut Museum, Poland) and Felix Bracquemond’s La Terrasse, which shows the artist’s wife portraying an elegant lady with a parasol.

Recently acquired photographs include Serge Vandercam’s portrait of Jean Arp posing by his easel, and Albrecht Fuchs’ shot of John Baldessari in his Los Angeles studio. We were pleased to also add some contemporary works: Antony Gormley’s watercolour The Origin of Drawing VIII (2008) and Michael Craig-Martin’s print Savarin Can (2018).

Highlights

This section features some of the collection’s highlights in different media.

En plein air

The practice of working out of doors to create landscape sketches and studies to be later worked up in the studio is a long established one. An early example from the Katrin Bellinger collection is Lambert Doomer’s draughtsman sketching by a tree of circa 1660, where he captures a colleague working out of doors. An Italian drawing, Remigio Cantagallina’s artist walking and sketching in a landscape, is another early example.

From the late 18th century onwards sketching excursions with fellow artists became common practice, as shown in the drawings and prints of Friedrich Preller the Elder, Johann Adam Klein and Wilhelm von Kobell. Thomas Rowlandson’s Artist travelling in Wales shows an elderly artist heavily laden with painting-materials in the pouring rain, making a witty commentary on the trials of the touring painter.

 Indeed, although drawing implements, watercolours and sketchbooks are easily transported, the equipment available to artists before the 19th century limited their ability to produce a finished painting in nature. Pigments had to be ground and mixed with linseed oil to obtain colours, and a pig’s bladder was needed to carry them outside the workshop. This changed with the introduction of paint in tubes (invented in 1841) and of lightweight portable easels, contributing to the rise of plein air painting. The method became more widespread from the 1860s and was made famous by the impressionists who advocated the need to capture the quality of natural light and its effect on both landscape and figures.

Women Artists

Ever since she started collecting, Katrin Bellinger has sought representations of female artists at work, as counterparts to the overwhelming majority of portraits and self-portraits of male artists. Despite the difficulties and limitations historically encountered by women wanting to pursue a career in the arts, women are shown making art in a variety of images ranging vastly in date and geographical provenance, as the present selection demonstrates. The earliest in the collection is a woodcut illustration from Boccaccio’s 14th-century De Mulieribus Claris (Concerning Famous Women), which shows the Roman artist Marcia. The most recent is a 2019 piece by London-based South African artist Lisa Brice.

While some of the works are self-portraits, others were made by the artists’ teachers, husbands, and fellow art school students. Aside from a few exceptions, their identity is unknown and from the manner in which they are portrayed it is not always possible to ascertain if these women were professionals or amateurs. Up to the 19th century, young women wishing to learn how to draw were usually taught by a family member or an established artist, as illustrated in Francesco Bartolozzi’s and Arthur Pond’s drawings.

In the second half of the 19th century, access to formal training became progressively more open to women, with private art schools first seeing the benefits in admitting female pupils. Rose Marie Guillaume’s watercolour is set at the renowned Académie Julian in Paris, where she trained and taught, in a separate studio reserved for female students only. Larger institutions slowly followed suit. The London Royal Academy of Arts began admitting women in 1860 – although they could not attend life-drawing classes there until 1893 – and the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris finally opened its doors to female students in 1897. Late 19th-century self-portraits with palette and brushes symbolize the ambitious and self-confident woman artist. The struggle for access and recognition continued throughout the 20th and 21st centuries and arguably up to the present day, with the self-portrait and the studio view still acting as powerful vehicles for the negotiation of women’s artistic identity.

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Rose-Marie Guillaume

A PAINTER IN THE STUDIO OF THE ACADÉMIE JULIAN, PARIS, 1875-after 1896

Black chalk, watercolour, gouache, 610 x 440 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2011-012

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Anonymous

Portrait of a female artist, circa 1800

Pastel and black chalk on paper, 590 x 460 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2015-007

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Virginie Augeron, Active late 18th century

Self-Portrait at an Easel, holding a Palette and Brushes, in a Park Landscape, 1794

Black and red chalk, heightened with white, 360 mm (diameter) Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2017-054

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Anonymous, French school

The drawing lesson, 19th century, second half

Oil on canvas, 210 x 150 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2015-090

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Tom Heywood, active 1868-1913

TWO LADIES IN A DRAWING SCHOOL, 1868

Watercolour, 441 x 278 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 1990-003

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Arthur Pond, London 1701-1758 London

An Amateur Pastellist at her Easel, Circa 1737

Pastel on linen canvas, 640 x 508 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2017-007

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Anton Sorg, printer, Augsburg 1430-1493 Augsburg

Marcia as sculptor and painter (from Boccaccio, De Mulieribus Claris), 1479/94

Woodcut, 256 x 181 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 1995-028

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Cyrus Cincinnati Cuneo, San Francisco 1878-1916 London

FEMALE STUDENTS IN WHISTLER’S ACADEMY IN PARIS, c. 1898/99

Pen and ink, 457 x 305 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2011-028

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Francesco Bartolozzi, Florence 1727-1815 Lisbon

A YOUNG WOMAN, DRAWING, 1799

Black and red chalk, on laid paper, 254 x 364 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2017-004

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ROBERT LÉOPOLD LEPRINCE , Paris 1800-1847 Chartres

THE DRAWING LESSON

Pen and brown ink and wash, 240 x 300 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2008-011

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GIJSBERTUS JOHANNUS VAN DEN BERG , Rotterdam 1769-1817 Rotterdam

THE DRAWING LESSON, 1790S

Red and black chalk, 483 x 375 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2011-013

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Jean-François Bosio, Monaco 1764-1827 Paris

Portrait of an artist sketching in a Parisien interior

Pen and brown ink, brown wash heightened with white on blue paper, 269 x 197 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2019-056

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François Bonvin, Paris 1817-1887 Saint-Germain-en-Laye

Sophie Unternährer painting at the Easel, 1848

Oil on canvas, 242 x 187 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2018-041

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François Bonvin, Paris 1817-1887 Saint-Germaine-en-Laye

A WOMAN PAINTING AT AN EASEL, c. 1848

Black chalk, 237 x 156 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 1999-013

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Catherine Caroline C. Engelhart, Copenhagen 1845-1926 Sèvres

THE ARTIST IN HER STUDIO, 1894

Oil on canvas, 790 x 550 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2001-016

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ANNE GUÉRET, Paris 1760-1805 Paris

PORTRAIT OF A FEMALE ARTIST WITH A PORTFOLIO (SELF-PORTRAIT?), 1793?

Black chalk, pen and grey ink and wash, heightened with white gouache, 320 x 404 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2008-012

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Jules Alfred Huot de Goncourt, Paris 1830-1870 Auteuil-Neuilly-Passy

PORTRAIT OF MADEMOISELLE BLANCHE PASSY AT HER EASEL, 1859

Pencil, 248 x 165 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2011-063

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FANNY GUILLAUME BARONNE DE MOLARET , Chartres 1820 - 1888 Chartres?

Landscape painter at her easel, 1837

Graphite on vellum, 282 x 222 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2015-017

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Francesco Bartolozzi , Florence 1727-1815 Lisbon

PORTRAIT OF ANGELICA KAUFFMANN, AFTER SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, 1780

Stipple engraving, 330 x 260 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2002-006

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Thomas Worlidge, Peterborough 1700-1766 London

Portrait of the artist Sofonisba Anguissola

Etching, 216 x 160 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2019-045

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Felix Bracquemond, Paris 1833-1914 Sèvres

La Terrasse (THE ARTIST’S WIFE, MARIE BRACQUEMOND, DRAWING), 1876

Etching on chamoise laid paper, 250 x 350 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2018-062

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Kati Horna, Budapest 1912-2000 Mexico City

LEONORA CARRINGTON IN HER STUDIO, 1954

Vintage gelatin silver print, 250 x 200 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2015-019

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Fritz Eschen, Berlin 1900-1964 Melk

Renée Sintenis at work on the ‘Knabe mit Querflöte’, c. 1952-53

Vintage silver print, 400 x 299 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2017-053

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Lisa Brice, Cape Town 1968

Untitled, 2019

Oil on trace, 419 x 296 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2019-063

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Remigio Cantagallina, Sansepolcro 1582-1656 Florence

AN ARTIST SKETCHING AN AVALANCHE OF TREES IN AN ITALIANATE LANDSCAPE

Black chalk, pen and brown ink, single pen and brown ink framing lines, on laid paper, 192 x 252 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2015-028

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Allaert van Everdingen, Alkmaan 1621-1675 Amsterdam

Travellers Sketching in a Glade by a Stream and Fir Trees

Watercolour and bodycolour, brown framing lines, 145 x 223 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 1991-008

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Lambert Doomer, Amsterdam 1624-1700 Amsterdam

An artist seated by a tree, sketching, c. 1660

Pen and brown ink, brown wash, 145 x 117 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 1992-001

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Antoine-Félix Boisselier, Paris 1790 - 1857 Versaille

AN ARTIST WITH A SKETCHBOOK, PERCHED IN A TREE

Pen and brown wash, black chalk, and pencil, 150 x 107 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 1996-008

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Johann Christoph Erhard, Nuremberg 1795-1822 Rome

THE DWARF-ARTIST HOFFMANN, SKETCHING IN A LANDSCAPE

Pencil, 138 x 104 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 1992-023

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Wilhelm von Kobells, Mannheim 1766-1853 Munich

The Draughtsman, c. 1846

Etching, 155 x 130 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 1992-027

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Johann Adam Klein, Nürnberg 1792-1875 Munich

An artist’s visiting card, 1814

Etching, 750 x 820 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 1993-005

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Johann Adam Klein, Nuremberg 1792-1875 Munich

A draughtsman with a herd, 1844

Etching, 341 x 258 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2002-010

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Hubert Robert, Paris 1733-1808 Paris

Deux dessinateurs au milieau de fragments antiques, devant le Panthéon de Paris, 1804

Pen and grey ink with watercolour over underdrawing in pencil, 130 x 200 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2016-006

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Carlo Labruzzi, Rome 1748-1817 Perugia

The Colosseum from the Palatine Hill, Rome; A GROUP OF FIGURES AND THE ARTIST SKETCHING

Pen and watercolour over traces of pencil, 375 x 540 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2012-017

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Frierich Preller the Elder, Eisenach 1804-1874 Weimar

The artist with his pupils in nature in the island of Vilm, 1847

Pencil and white wash on brown paper, 161 x 139 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2016-031

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Thomas Rowlandson, London 1756-1827 London

An Artist Travelling in Wales, c. 1797

Pen and ink and watercolour over touches of pencil (n the artist's original wash line mount), 282 x 282 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2019-044

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Heinrich Ahrens, Braunschweig 1805-1863 Kassel

Self-portrait, with dog, tobacco pipe, sketchbook and pencil, lying in Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe

Oil on canvas, 36.4 x 45 cm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2018-064

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Julius von Blaas, Albano Laziale 1845-1923 Bad Hall

A woman painter sketching in a forest

Oil on canvas, 45 x 71 cm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2012-020

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Onorato Carlandi, Rome 1848-1939 Rome

GIUSEPPE FERRARI VIEWED FROM BEHIND SKETCHING EN PLEIN AIR

Pen and brown ink, 254 x 177 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2002-028

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Henri-Joseph Harpignies, Valenciennes 1819-1916 Saint-Privé

A draughtsman in the forest, 1901

Black chalk, 435 x 295 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2009-014

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Richard Müller, Tschirnitz 1874-1954 Dresden

Atelier en plein air at the Geiersburg ruins near Teplitz, 1939

Pencil on vellum, 218 x 265 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2018-065

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Anonymous, French, early 20th century

Artist painting in a field

Collodian sepia print, 151 x 105 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2014-007

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Eugene Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc, Paris 1814-1879 Lausanne

The artist sketching while trapped in a crevasse, 1870

Watercolour heightened with gouache, 229 x 133 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2017-003

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Evelyn Dunbar, Reading 1906-1960 Wye

CHARLES MAHONEY DRAWING PLANTS IN THE GARDEN OF THE CEDARS, c. 1936

Pen and ink, 85 x 120 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2015-032

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Cyrus Cincinnati Cuneo, San Francisco 1878-1916 London

SELF-PORTRAIT, SKETCHING OUT OF DOORS

Oil on board, 38.1 x 28 cm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2013-015

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Charles Desavary, Arras 1837-1885 Arras

JEAN-BAPTISTE COROT PAINTING AT SAINT-NICOLAS-LES ARRAS, c. 1875

Vintage albumen print, 137 x 100 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2013-034

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Eugène Decan, Paris 1829-1893 Paris

COROT PAINTING OUTSIDE

Oil on canvas, 241 x 349 mm Katrin Bellnger collection, inv. no. 2010-004

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Giovanni Battista Pace, Rome 1650-1699 Rome

Saint Luke painting the Virgin

Red chalk, lightly squared in black chalk, 253 x 197 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2018-066

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Emile Friant, Dieuze 1863 - 1932 Paris

Self-portrait reading in the studio

Oil on canvas laid down on panel, 35.2 x 33 cm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2018-039

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Emile Friant, Dieuze 1863-1932 Paris

Portrait of Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962), 1911

Black chalk, 540 x 380 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2019-005

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Paul Mathey, Paris 1844-1929 Paris

Portrait of Paul Renouard, drawing, c. 1891

Charcoal, 335 x 240 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2019-006

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Serge Vandercam, Copenhagen 1924-2005 Wavre

Jean Arp

Silver vintage print, 500 x 400 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2018-019

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Albrecht Fuchs, Bielefeld 1964

John Baldessari in his studio, Los Angeles, 2004

C-print, 310 x 248 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, 2018-068

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Antony Gormley, London 1950

The Origin of Drawing VIII, 2008

Carbon and casein on paper, 190 x 273 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2018-054

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Michael Craig-Martin, Dublin 1941

Savarin Can, 2018

Digital print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Bright White 310gsm paper, 420 x 290 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2019-048

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Henri Fantin-Latour, Grenoble 1836-1904 Buré

Self-Portrait, in the Studio

Oil on panel, 335 x 318 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 1997-026

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Cornelis Pietersz Bega, Haarlem 1631/32-1664 Haarlem

Self-Portrait, c. 1649-50

Oil on paper, 187 x 172 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2007-036

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Carlo Maratti, Camerano, Marche 1625-1713 Rome

Portrait of Annibale Carracci

Black and red chalk, 157 x 120 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2014-028

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Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Venice 1696-1770 Madrid

Piazzetta’s Academy: Artists Drawing a Nude in an Academy by Lamplight, c. 1720

Black and white chalk on blue paper, 410 x 540 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 1993-022

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Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo, Venice 1727 - 1804 Venice

Punchinello as a Portrait Painter, c. 1802-03

Pen and brown ink, brown and ochre wash, over black chalk, 355 x 470 mm Katrin Bellinger collction, inv. no. 2004-014

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Hubert Robert, Paris 1733-1808 Paris

An Artist Seated at a Table in his Studio Drawing a Bust of A Woman, c. 1763-65

Red chalk, 333 x 441 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, ind. no. 2002-012

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Livio Mehus, Oudenaarde 1630-1691 Florence

Self-Portrait

Red chalk, 214 x 168 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 1999-035

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Lucian Freud, Berlin 1922-2011 London

The Artist’s Studio, with a Study for ‘Large Interior after Watteau’ on an Easel, 1983

Pen and ink, coloured chalks, and wash, 178 x 254 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2002-020

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Max Liebermann, Berlin 1847–1935

Self-Portrait with Straw Hat and Sketch Pad, c. 1924

Watercolour, 309 x 244 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2010-029

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Horst Janssen, Hamburg 1929–1999 Hamburg

Self-Portrait, Poster Design for Galerie Kornfeld, 1971

Black and coloured chalks, 560 x 332 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2012-016

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Paul Mathey, Paris 1844–1929 Paris

Félicien Rops at the Press, 1888

Pencil and pen in brown ink, with white gouache, 315 x 228 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 1992-019

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Egon Schiele, Tulin 1890 – 1918 Vienna

Office at the Mühling Prisoner-of-War Camp, 1916

Black and red crayon, 461 x 292 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2013-031

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Georges Seurat, Paris 1859–1891 Paris

Le Peintre à la palette, c. 1881

Black conté crayon, 175 x 110 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2010-028

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Ermenegildo Antonio Donadini, Spolarto 1847–1936 Radebeul

Artist’s Studio, Munich, 1877

Pencil, 348 x 417mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2010-011

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Hubert Robert, Paris 1733 - 1808 Paris

Roman Studio of the Antiquities Restorer, Bartolomeo Cavaceppi, 1765

Black chalk Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2013-030

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Pierfrancesco Mola, Coldrerio 1612-1666 Rome

Self-Portrait

Black and red chalk; yellow, red, blue and mauve, brown and white pastels on light brown paper, 315 x 246 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2016-026

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Jean Honoré Fragonard, Grasse 1732-1806 Paris

The Inspiration of the Artist

Pen and brown ink and wash over black chalk within pen and brown ink framing lines, 230 x 349 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2016-025

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Jacques Antoine Marie Lemoine, Rouen 1751-1824 Paris

Portrait of Jean Honoré Fragonard, 1797

Black chalk, stomp and highlights in white chalk on beige paper, 320 x 225 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2016-016

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Pierre Puvis de Chavannes, Lyon 1824-1898 Paris

Self-Portrait holding a Palette, c. 1883-87

Pastel on linen canvas, 653 x 500 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2016-015

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Jean-Jacques Karpff, Colmar 1770-1829 Versailles

Self-Portrait, 1794

Pastel, 310 x 235 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2011-005

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Paul Cesar Helleu, Vannes 1859-1927 Paris

Paulette, the daughter of the Artist, drawing, circa 1920

Sanguine on paper, 482 x 370 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2017-017

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Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Montauban 1780-1867 Paris

Portrait of Auguste Gaspard Louis Boucher-Desnoyers, 1825

Graphite on vellum paper, 357 x 270 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 1995-038

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Lovis Corinth, Tapiau, Prussia 1858-1925 Zandvoort

Self-portrait with pencil and sketchbook, 1924

Graphite, 313 x 248 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2017-006

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Phyllida Barlow, Newcastle upon Tyne 1944

Untitled: Paintsticks, 2017

11 Bronze sticks Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2017-043

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Not Vital, Engadin 1948

Untitled (Self Portrait), 1995

Bronze, 21.6 x 21.6 cm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2017-040

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Ernst Scheidegger, Rorschach 1923-2016 Zürich

Salvador Dali, 2003

Silver gelatin print, 200 x 280 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2017-062

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Kalman Dery, Bacs 1859-1940 Munich

The Painter’s Studio, 1883

Oil on canvas, 49.5 x 68 cm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2018-002

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Martinus Rørbye, Drammen 1803-Copenhagen 1848

Portrait of Professor C. A. Lorentzen in his Studio, 1827

Oil on canvas, 70.4 x 57.1 cm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2017-044

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John Sergeant, London 1937-2007 Powys

The Drawing School at the Royal Academy, 1962

Coloured chalks and crayon, 68.6 x 71.1 cm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2017-050

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John Ward, Hereford 1917-2007 Bilting, Kent

Sel-portrait with model

Pencil, 311 X 464 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2017-049

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Victor-Charles-François Mongodin, Vire 1819 - ?

Un peintre

Black pencil, charcoal, stumping, white chalk, heightened with gouache on lilac paper, 305 x 223 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2018-051

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Lovis Corinth, Tapiau, Prussia 1858-1925 Zandvoort

Self-portrait, 1920-21

Lithograph on cream laid Japan paper, 315 x 250 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2018-027

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Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas, Paris 1834-1917 Paris

Study of the Artist’s Hands, with Subsidiary Studies after the “Nike Unbinding her Sandal Strap,” and a Figure Wearing a Cope, circa 1853-54

Graphite on pale pink laid paper, 123 x 234 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2018-015

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Honoré Victorin Daumier, Marseilles 1808-1879 Valmondois

Le peintre (presumed Portrait of Corot), circa 1866-67

Pen and black ink on laid paper, 248 x 184 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2018-050

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Georg Friedrich Schmidt, Berlin 1712-1775 Berlin

Self-portrait, Drawing, 1752

Etching and engraving, 211 x 172 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2018-048

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Honoré Victorin Daumier, Marseille 1808–1879 Valmondois

L’Aquafortiste

Oil on canvas, 135 x 180 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 1993-003

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Frans Francken II, Antwerp 1581–1642

A Painter at his Easel

Oil on copper, 280 x 240 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 1998-039

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Emile Friant, Dieuze 1863–1932 Paris

Victor Preuvé (1858-1943) in His Studio, ‘Le Coin Favori’, 1883

Oil on panel, 547 x 455 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2000-024

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Paul Mathey, Paris 1844–1929 Paris

Félicien Rops in His Studio

Oil on canvas, 650 x 500 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 1998-003

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Petrus van Schendel, Terhijden 1806–1870 Brussels

Artist in His Studio

Oil on wood, 43.6 x 60.5 cm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2007-008

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Anthony van Dyck, Antwerp 1599–1641 London

Portrait of Karel van Mallery (1571-1645)

Oil on board, 230 x 178 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 1998-010

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Pierre Louis Bouvier, Geneva 1766-1836 Geneva

Portrait of a Lady, Half-Length, Holding an Artist’s Portfolio, Seated at a Table with a Chest of Drawing Materials, 1812

Oil on canvas (unlined), 222 x 195 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2016-003

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Daniel Maclise, Cork 1806-1870 London

Self-Portrait as a Young Man, circa 1826 - 27

Oil on panel, 230 x 190 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2015-025

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Edouard Duyck, Brussels 1856-1897 Brussels

Self-Portrait, As reflected from a Convex Mirror, 1883

Oil on panel, 12 cm (diameter) Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2000-015

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Walter Gay, Boston 1856–1937 Le Bréau

Studio of the Sculptor, Jean-Louis Gregoire, 1888

Oil on panel, 405 x 270 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2011-002

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François Bonvin, Paris 1817–1887 Saint-Germain-en-Laye

The Artist’s Sign, a Trompe L’Oeil with Palette, 1866

Oil on zinc, 250 x 170 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2010-011

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Georg Friedrich Schmidt, Berlin 1712–1775 Berlin

Self-Portrait with Spider in the Window, 1758

Etching, 247 x 192 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2011-010

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Enea Vico, Parma 1523–1567 Ferrara

The Academy of Baccio Bandinelli, c. 1545/50

Engraving, 309 x 483 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 1998-039

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Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, Leiden 1606–1669 Amsterdam

Rembrandt and Saskia, 1636

Etching, 105 x 93 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2013-002

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Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn, Leiden 1606–1669 Amsterdam

Self-Portrait Drawing at a Window, 1648

Etching with drypoint and engraving, 159 x 130 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2012-003

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Érik Desmazières, Rabat 1948

Rembrandt’s Kunstcaemer, 2007

Etching with roulette and aquatint, 417 x 566 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2012-025

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Frederick Bloemaert (after Abraham Bloemaert), Utrecht c. 1616–1690 Utrecht

A Student Draughtsman, Drawing Plaster Casts, 1740

Engraving in printed book, 380 x 300 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 1995-071

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Norbert Goeneutte, Paris 1854-1894 Auvers-sur-Oise

Portrait of the Artist’s Brother, Charles Goeneutte, Before 1888

Drypoint on Arches laid paper, 550 x 345 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2016-022

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Angilbert Göbel, Frankfurt 1821-1882 Frankfurt

Portrait of the Artist, Christian Siedentopf Engraving and Smoking, 1843

Etching, 146 x 146 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2016-012

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Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione, Genoa 1609-1664 Mantua

The Genius of Castiglione

Etching, 368 x 245 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2016-041

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Georg Baselitz, Kamenz 1938

Der Maler

Etching, 315 x 237 mm Katrin Bellinger collection, inv. no. 2016-040

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Francisco Jose de Goya y Luciente, Fuendetodos, Aragon 1746-1828 Bordeaux

Self-Portrait, c. 1797-98

Etching and aquatint, 218 x 153 nm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2017-041

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David Dawson, Pwllheli 1960

Lucian Freud, Shaving from Lucian Freud: Studio Life

C-type photographic print, 553 x 743 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2012-008

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Anonymous, 20th c.

Max Liebermann Painting His Self-Portrait in His Studio, Pariser Platz, Berlin

Gelatin silver print, 130 x 178 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2006-023

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Bern Schwartz, New York City 1914–1978 La Jolla

Portrait of David Hockney, 1977

Printed from a digital scan of original negative Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2008-024

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Joseph Parkin Mayall, Huddersfield 1839-1906 London

Portrait of Frederic, Baron Leighton of Stretton, R.A., c. 1884

Albumen print, 179 x 217 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2000-041

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Paul Marsan, Paris 1858–1941 Paris

The Painter and Engraver, Félix Bracquemond, 1904

Vintage citrate print, 108 x 170 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2013-009

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Ugo Mulas, Pozzolengo 1928-1973 Milan

Jim Dine, New York, 1964/65

Vintage silver gelatin print, 275 x 475 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2016-004

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Henri Cartier-Bresson, Chauteloup-en-Brie 1908-2004 Montjustin

Henri Matisse, 1944

Vintage silver print, 177 x 253 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2015-089

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Emile-Antoine Bourdelle, Montauban 1861–1929 Le Vésinet

The Young Sculptor, c. 1908

Bronze, 28 cm (height) Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2014-046

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Vincenzo Gemito, Naples 1852–1929 Naples

The Hands of Jean-Louis Ernest Meisonnier, 1879

Bronze, 200 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2000-007

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Anonymous, Southern German School

Female Mannequin, c. 1550

Boxwood, 450 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2011-027

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Denys Pierre Puech, Gavernac 1854–1942 Paris

Portrait of Léon Bonnat, Full-Length, Holding a Palette, 1903

Plaster of Paris, 525 mm Katrin Bellinger Collection, inv. no. 2008-008