Drawings of Lord Leighton’s “Archway on the Palatine”, Corot, “Italian Woman”, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, “The Four Times of Day: Morning, Noon, Evening, Night”.
Although badly worn and in part dubiously restored, this painting still has impact. Tintoretto was a very fast painter, favouring a dark ground. Sadly, many of his paintings are badly deteriorated. The picture above is much clearer than the painting itself. I enjoyed drawing from this because the composition is very complex. As you scan it more figures seem to appear out of the ether.