A) Head of a woman. Black chalk, inscribed Barbudo bottom right, 109 x 97 mm.
B) Standing priest. Black chalk, signed Barbudo bottom right, 201 x 127 mm.
Salvador Sánchez Barbudo had his first training in his native Spain in Seville and Madrid. He then moved to Rome, there he met and worked under the painter José Villegas Cordero, and joined a community of Spanish painters. He painted mainly historical or period paintings.