As wide ranging as the title implies, the collection of Jean Bonna contains some of the best European drawings in the world and includes works from many centuries, geographical locations, styles, and techniques. The idealized landscapes of Claude, the religious themes of Jordaens, Degas's dancers, and Ligozzi's nature studies, all are part of this amazing group of works now on exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and traveling to the National Gallery of Scotland later this year. The conversation between Bonna and George Goldner (Prints & Drawings, MoMA) reveals much about the passion for collecting and the eye of the connoisseur. The entries are excellent, often including comparative works for study; the reproductions are elegant, and the bibliography is extensive. This is a fine example of a catalog that both documents the items on display and creates a resource for future study, and, as such, it belongs in every art library, large academic and public collection, and any institution that has a drawings collection. Highly recommended.