This catalogue of Dutch and Flemish drawings of the fifteenth to the early nineteenth centuries in the Royal Collection at Windsor gives the content and provenance of over seven hundred drawings in detail, and supersedes the two-volume catalogue compiled by Leo van Puyvelde and published in 1942 and 1944. The history of the collection is fully described by Christopher White in the Introduction. The catalogue which follows is divided into four separate sections according to century: the fifteenth to the seventeenth centuries have been compiled by Christopher White and the entries for the later drawings are by Charlotte Crawley. For ease of reference, each of the drawings is illustrated in black and white next to its catalogue entry. This catalogue of a unique collection will prove an indispensable work of reference for scholars and students of Northern European art.