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Bartolome Murillo (1617-82) is best known as a painter of devotional scenes, yet a substantial part of his work consists of pen-and-ink drawings. Many are preparatory sketches for paintings, while others are highly finished pieces in their own right. This handsome and authoritative catalogue raisonne presents Murillo's complete output in this genre. Thoroughly revised and updated, it contains more than 100 colour plates and many smaller figures, greatly enriching our knowledge of this major Baroque artist.