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wash drawing

n.
A drawing or painting in which washes of color are used.

wash drawing

n
(Art Terms) a pen-and-ink drawing that has been lightly brushed over with water to soften the lines

wash′ draw`ing


n.
a watercolor painting executed by applying a series of monochrome washes one over the other.
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Noun1.wash drawing - a watercolor made by applying a series of monochrome washes one over the other
watercolor, water-color, watercolour, water-colour - a painting produced with watercolors
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This 18th century pen |and ink wash drawing went on show at the Kirkleatham Old Hall Museum in April, 1989.
CUTLINE: (1) "A Fools' Cap and a Plate of Ice Cream," a pen-and-ink wash drawing from Harper's Bazaar, April 4, 1896, by Peter Newell, artist.
Gautam uses the media such as ink and wash drawing, oil on canvas and watercolour.
There's a bit of local romanticism in Thomas Hearne's Ruins of the Monastery at Halesowen, and near this example of picturesque dilapidation is a delicate pen and wash drawing by the high priest of the picturesque, the Rev William Gilpin.
So, too, is William Roberts's stylised pen and wash drawing of The Pigeon Fanciers.
Pratt & Whitney Global Service Partners has said Turkish Airlines has won the EcoPower engine wash drawing held at the Paris Air Show on 19 June.
The ink wash drawing titled A Farm in the Welsh Mountains was one of the star lots at the sale.
The pen and ink wash drawing, estimated to fetch around pounds 2,500, shows a farm at Yr Iard with Talgwyn Isaf in the background.
Titled A Farm In The Welsh Mountains, the ink wash drawing is potentially one of the star lots at the sale at an auctioneer's based in Shrewsbury.
In Yuri Annenkov's 1921 wash drawing of Isadora's head and graceful neck, the eyes are deeply shadowed, the mouth and nose are decisive, the jawline dips slightly into jowl.
which offers a selection of exceptional Old Masters--including a black chalk and wash drawing by Herman Saftleven (1609-85), thought to have been executed in 1642.