Battle of Cascina, Study of a Man (c.1504-5) Pen and brown ink, wash heightened with lead white over leadpoint and stylus. British Museum, London.
Battle of Cascina, Study for A Male Nude (1504) Black chalk heightened with lead white. The Teyler Museum, Haarlem
Christ at the Column (1516) Black chalk heightened with lead white (discolored) over stylus. British Museum, London
David. Studies for bronze (1501-2?) Pen. Louvre, Paris. Michelangelo has written: "David with the slingshot and I with the bow" and the first line of a Petrarch sonnet "Broken is the high column, the green..."
Grotesque Heads; sketch for Hercules and Antaeus (1527-9) Red and black chalk. British Museum, London
Last Judgement, a study for (c.1534) Black chalk, sanguine and pencil on paper. Casa Buonarotti, Florence
Last Judgment, Studies for Haman (c.1511-12) Red chalk. Black chalk for outline of a tree. The Teyler Museum , Haarlem
Last Judgment. Studies for an angel and for the damned, detail (1534-5) Black chalk. British Museum, London
Madonna and Child (1535-40?) Black and red chalk and white pigment, Cartoon on prepared paper. Casa Buonarroti, Florence
Sistine ceiling, Studies for the Libyan spandrel and "Slaves" for Julius' tomb (c.1511-12) red chalk; also (1512-13) pen and ink. Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
Sistine Ceiling. Erythraen Sibyl (c.1508-9) Black chalk. Pen and brown ink and brown wash. British Museum, London
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