St Joseph; walking towards the left, a staff in his right hand, his left hand holding the bridle of an ass which is not seen, and wearing a cloak over a long tunic Pen and brown ink, with brown wash, heightened with white (partly oxidised), over red chalk

An00288531 001 l

Thing

Made Of
paper
Type of Thing
drawing
School
British, Flemish
Subject
saint/martyr
Techniques
drawn

Place

In Gallery
British Roy PIIIa

Time

Acquired In
1769
Made
1694-1770

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