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Study of Sculptural Figures in a Stairway Arch, MFA Boston
John Singer Sargent
1856-1925
American
contour, foreshortening
CHARCOAL
Angels of Clouds Holding a Scroll and a Wreath
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
1696-1770
Italian
PEN AND INK AND PENCIL
wash, study for a celing fresco
Sketch for a Fountain
After Jacopo Zucci
Italian
c. 1540-1596, late 16th century
PEN AND BRUSH WITH INK
copy, two options for fountain
Standing Male Nude
Anonymous
Italian
18th century
CHALK
condition of paper, modeling, study
Unfall einer Katze
Paul Klee
1939
CRAYON
continuous line, space and volume
Form
Reinhold Rudolf Junghanns
1884-1967 (early 20th century)
CHALK ON PAPER
framing, signature, motion
Via Crucis
Way of the Cross
Luca Cambiaso
Italian
1527-1585
IRON GALL INK
repairs, confidence, lines are short due to amount of ink, diagonals, darker=closer
Two Putti
Italian
RED CHALK ON PAPER
possibly a study
Linda
Chuck Close
1974
INK AND GRAPHITE
grid, distortions, artist mark
An Elephant Combat in a Palace Courtyard, with Excited Spectators Carrying Firecrackers
Anon
c. 1725-1730
INK ON PAPER
calligraphic, naturalistic, miniature
Wash
used from 14th century to give TONE to pen and ink
Conte Crayon
Nicolas Jacques Conte
mixture of graphite and clay
Chalk
Earth substances, ground
Drawing
dragging something across a surface
least preparation and simpelist materials
concentrate on form without distractions of medium
Crayon
colors in a binder
charcoal
carbon attained by heating organic substances