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    • Williams notebook, page 227

    • Pencil drawing; Draperies
    • Pencil sketch of drapery drawn upside down in the journal. There are five sketches of drapery. The sketches are of the drapery at the top of a window. The drapery is parted in the middle, an arrow-like object appears at top center. The drapery...
    • Williams notebook, page 226

    • Pencil drawing; Draperies
    • Pencil sketch of drapery drawn upside down in the journal. There are eight sketches. Five sketches are of half circles intersecting each other. One sketch is of a window with drapery. On top of the window is a shaded piece of fabric with...
    • Williams notebook, page 5

    • Pen drawing; Theater; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1618-Dramatic Production
    • Pencil writing, including the word "Shakespeare". There are two ink sketches. The first sketch is of William Shakespeare. Shakespeare is wearing a shirt with three buttons and a high collar. The sketch is in reddish ink. Shakespeare has a...
    • Williams notebook, page 224

    • Pencil drawing; Draperies
    • Pencil sketch of drapery drawn upside down in the journal. There are three sketches of drapery - the top two drawn in detail, the bottom a quick sketch. The drapery in the top sketch is tied only on the left side. The fabric is draped three...
    • Williams notebook, page 225

    • Pencil drawing; Draperies
    • Pencil sketch of drapery drawn upside down in the journal. There are two sketches of the drapery at the top of a window. On the top sketch, the drapery is parted in the middle. In the part is an arrow-like object. The curtain is tied on the...
    • Williams notebook, page 1

    • Pen drawing; Pencil drawing; Soldiers; Uniforms, Military; Swords; Hats; Horses; Feathers
    • Text in pencil on the top of the page and on the right of the page. Four drawings in ink and pencil. The largest drawing is in pencil of a man in an Elizabethan costume. His arms are bent at the elbows, and he is holding them away from his body....

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