Sepia drawing


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a drawing in monochrome, made in sepia alone, or in sepia with other brown pigments.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Later it moves to autumnal shades, dusty browns and burnt oranges contrasted with russet reds, sepia drawing rooms and verdant greenery to signify flashbacks to halcyon days before returning to the bleak dusky shades of hard frontier life in log cabins and perilous treks through the skeletal greys of harsh mountainous terrain.
Upping sticks in 1804, he moved to London where he lived poorly and sold the odd sepia drawing to fund studies with wellknown painter John Varley.
The people of Bath opted for a framed sepia drawing of Brighton Beach by Constable and an inscribed silver cigar box engraved with the city's arms.
This exhibition will focus on pictures of Liverpool, but there will also be a selection of rarely-seen fine sepia drawings of Malta, and watercolours of France, Italy and Wales.
1) was eye-catching (especially in the selection from a recently rediscovered series now in Dusseldorf depicting the site of Horace's Villa), the large sepia drawings appeared most original.
It was therefore a self-defeating piece of parsimony for the Hermitage to send over for its latest exhibition, called The Genius of Caspar David Friedrich, only six oil-paintings and six sepia drawings by that austere and sometimes repetitious artist, accompanied by a detritus of Biedermeier sentimentality and Prussian militarism hardly worthy of the store-room of a provincial picture gallery.
Six oil paintings and six sepia drawings by Friedrich (1774-1830) have been lent by the Hermitage for this exhibition, which also looks more broadly at the taste for German art in Russia cultivated by Nicholas I and his German wife Alexandra.
This showcase focuses on Frank's pictures of Liverpool streets, churches, pubs and city views, as well as a selection of rarely-seen fine sepia drawings of Malta, and watercolours of France, Italy and Wales.
Frank Green studied at Liverpool College of Art, in the 1960s; and while the exhibition will focus on pictures of Liverpool - from its streets to its churches and pubs - there will also be a selection of rarely-seen fine sepia drawings of Malta, and watercolours of France, Italy and Wales.