pen and ink drawings
Drawings using ink as the primary medium and pen as the primary implement, usually on paper but may be on another support. Such drawings have a distinctive, linear appearance. For drawings that use pen and ink as well as washes, prefer "pen and wash drawings." For drawings or paintings using ink applied with brushes, use "ink wash paintings."
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains 16 prints of hand drawn Christmas cards by Claude Howell from 1977 to 1994. Many are illustrations of downtown Wilmington, North Carolina, specifically of St. James Episcopal Church. Christian imagery is consistent throughout this collection of cards, including angels, baby Jesus, and the Three Wise Men, along with other biblical scenes. Some cards were drawn abroad and highlight the culture of the country Howell was visiting. All are pen and ink illustrations.
This collection contains original artwork created by local Wilmington artist, Hester Claire Donnelly (1904-1992). Included are a series of informal sketches and finished works, ranging in topics. Most of the artwork was created on rough or semi-tooth drawing paper using watercolor paints, pencils, colored pencils, and markers.