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Lubell 3/2: 128
Pen, graphite pencil and colored pencil drawing (with watercolor and [crayon?]) of a group of coneflowers devoid of spatial context, largely facing right. Like the other flower drawings, it appears to use a variety of different drawing materials: black ink and pencil for some of the petals and buds (complete with line patterns), watercolor and [crayon?] yellows and oranges for the petals, green colored pencil for the stems, and graphite pencil for outlines on several pieces. There is an incomplete or erased shadow of a flower near the center of the drawing.
30.5 x 22.9 cm
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Part of the New Brunswick Special Collections Repository