Reclining Female Figure in an Italian Landscape, John Hamilton Mortimer
Pen and black ink on cream paper; roughly 9 x 12 inches (22 x 32 cm).
Link is to original in the Yale Center For British Art, which has both zoomable and downloadable versions on the website. There is also a zoomable version on the Google Art Project and a downloadable file of that version on Wikimedia Commons. The latter two are somewhat larger, but my instinct is that the color of the ink and paper are truer on the Yale site.
This 18th century drawing classically posed figure has some of the feeling of Renaissance figures, particularly in the elegant pose of the hands. In areas where the ink is applied more fluidly and is semi-transparent, there is an additional feeling of delicacy and softness.
I find it interesting that Mortimer has augmented the hatching lines with small areas of stipple in the modeling of the face and hands.