Recto - study of a monk; verso - Study of a nude man and a youth in contemporary costume.

One of 5 drawings donated by Sir Kenneth Clark to the Ashmolean in 1937. Kenneth Clark was Keeper of Fine Arts at the Ashmolean from 1931-33. He went on to become the youngest person to be appointed as director of the National Gallery where he remained until after the Second World War in 1945.


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