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Two studies of a nude woman  1603

by Jacob de Gheyn II

De Gheyn did not make the model posing for him in his studio any more beautiful than she actually was. He has in no way obscured the voluptuous curves of the female body in these two contrasting poses. Moreover, in places, he further enlivened the drawing by adding accents in pen and ink.
Courtesy of Rijksmuseum