wash drawing


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Synonyms for wash drawing

a watercolor made by applying a series of monochrome washes one over the other

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The pen, ink and wash drawing, done on the back of an illustrated letter, is thought to date from September 1900, when the enigmatic artist was travelling through France.
The pencil, ink and wash drawing, Edgar, feigning madness, approaches King Lear, shows one of the most dramatic and celebrated scenes in all Shakespeare's plays, and is a study for an oil painting which is now lost.
Among the self-portraits, a haughty one of the young Joshua Reynolds shows unexpected skill, William Alexander sporting an eye patch is confrontational, but the tiny wash drawing of Richard Parkes Bonington (Fig.
Among items which have gone under the hammer are: Dame Shirley Bassey's Chanel handbag - pounds 500; Sophie Dahl's favourite necklace - pounds 275; Manic Street Preachers' signed guitar - pounds 2,001; Ryan Giggs' signed football boots - pounds 200; Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson's Paralympic kit - pounds 200; A limited edition print and original ink and wash drawing by Sir Kyffin Williams - pounds 4,500; A T-shirt designed by actors Ioan Gruffudd and Matthew Rhys - pounds 500; A dress worn by Charlotte Church on her first professional photoshoot - pounds 1,000; A signed Kylie Minogue DVD - pounds 200; Robert Croft's England cricket shirt - pounds 135;
As well as an unpublished ink and wash drawing of Sherlock Holmes by illustrator Sidney Paget, expected to fetch between pounds 5,000 to pounds 7,000, Conan Doyle's personal letters also form an important - and enlightening - part of the collection.
The Welsh artist had donated an ink and wash drawing called Old Farmer With A Stick, together with a limited edition framed print.
Company director Martin Hornung bid a total of pounds 4,500 for Sir Kyffin's ink and wash drawing called Old Farmer With A Stick, which he will receive together with a limited edition framed print by the North Wales artist.
Towards the end of the 19th century, those artists who turned to themes inspired by the deepest recesses of the mind often used unconventional means of representation, another vein that Thaw found appealing: think of Victor Hugo creating pen and wash drawings by pouring ink on to the paper, then dredging through the puddle with his nib to create an imaginary whatever.
The tale is narrated in effectively rhymed text and illustrated with large line and wash drawings that indicate the close observation Goldfinch has applied to the landscape, people and animals around her on the farm, and in their spirited community.
Amongst the twenty or so illustrators I particularly liked Mike Warren's pen and wash drawings of swans at Slimbridge which illustrate Spike Milligan's poem 'Down the Stream the Swans all Glide' and Graham Burchell's 'Black Swan'.
A large selection of watercolours, acrylics, pastels, oils and pen and wash drawings will be available to view and to buy.
Freehand ink wash drawings are used to 'map' the site, explore the atmosphere and intuit the central ideas and impulses of the project.
CHELTENHAM is the latest venue for an exhibition by equine artist Liz Armstrong, who will be showing a collection, including oils on canvas, ink and watercolours, and crayon wash drawings, in the shopping village during the Boylesport meeting on Friday and Saturday.