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A work made of brush and black ink, brown wash and white casein, with rubbing and erasing, over graphite, on cream wove paper, prepared with a white wash.
© Richard Hunt

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  • A work made of brush and black ink, brown wash and white casein, with rubbing and erasing, over graphite, on cream wove paper, prepared with a white wash.

Date:

1959

Artist:

Richard Hunt
American, born 1935

About this artwork

Upon his graduation from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1957, Richard Hunt won the coveted James Nelson Raymond Foreign Travel Fellowship, enabling him to visit England, Italy, Spain, and France. Best known for his public sculpture, Hunt is also a master draftsman. Working fluidly in both artistic modes, his drawings recall the curvilinear forms found in his sculpture, which are always tied to his careful observation of nature.

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Artist

Richard Hunt

Title

Untitled

Origin

United States

Date

1959

Medium

Brush and black ink, brown wash and white casein, with rubbing and erasing, over graphite, on cream wove paper, prepared with a white wash

Dimensions

722 × 572 mm

Credit Line

Print and Drawing Fund

Reference Number

2012.557

Copyright

© Richard Hunt

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