Dog-woodArtist(s)Warren LombardObject Creation Date1933Medium & SupportgraphiteDimensions
12 in. x 9 9/16 in. ( 30.48 cm x 24.35 cm )Credit LineGift of Prof. and Mrs. Alfred H. WhiteSubject matter
Lombard summered in Monhegan, Maine and developed much of his aesthetic and subject matter there. Monhegan was a well known artist colony that had existed since the mid-nineteenth century. This drawing is from Lombard's later period when he focused on studies of botanical subjects, such as the dogwood pictured here.
Eva Caston 2017Physical Description
Drawing of branch with flowers.
Eva Caston 2017Primary Object ClassificationDrawingCollection AreaWesternRights
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flower (plant material)
modern and contemporary art