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 File — Box: 3, Folder: 3

Untitled,, (undated)


  • (undated)

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Lubell 3/3: 131

Pen and ink drawing (with watercolor) of a girl holding a blooming flower up to her jawline. Only her left hand and part of her head (it crops out everything above her nose and below her neckline) are visible, using thin yellow ink lines. The flower, on the other hand, uses black (or dark blue) ink for its stem and outline, with yellow watercolor strictly kept inside the petals. Details are rather extensive for a piece that is mostly empty; hairs and patterns are all over even the thin flower stem, and the girl's outline is thickened through crisp patterns and spaces (such as a thicker yellow line to indicate shadow and spacing between two of her fingers). Signature erased, possibly Winifred M. Lubell.

33.9 x 28.9 cm

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