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pen and ink drawings

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: 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 5 Collections and/or Records:

Collection of Louisiana Architecture Drawings

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-095
Scope and Contents This artificial collection includes original drawings, which were made for Louisiana architectural projects (such as business, plantation, and residential buildings) or which show Louisiana architectural subjects. Drawings date to the 19th through the 20th centuries and are the work of various architects and artists, most unidentified. Media of drawings includes pencil, ink, watercolor, and combinations of each. Two drawings by Louisiana artist Vera Walker Morel, for the New Orleans Item...
Dates: 19th – 20th centuries

Grace Dunn Drawings

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-007
Scope and Contents

This collection includes drawings rendered in ink and pencil on paper, created by New Orleans artist Grace Blethen Dunn (1885-1970). Some were considered as illustrations for the Works Project Administration’s New Orleans City Guide (1938) and Louisiana: A Guide to the State (1941).

Dates: 1938-1941

J. Herndon Thomson Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-158
Scope and Contents

This collection of papers from J. Herndon Thomson (1891-1969) includes a small number of miscellaneous notes, photographs, and drawings.

Dates: 1920s – 1960s

James R. Lamantia, Jr. Office Records and Collection

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-084
Scope and Contents This collection includes project drawings for museum exhibitions and commercial, educational, recreational, religious, and residential commissions. European drawings and project photo negatives, which were collected during his career, are also maintained. Projects were done in New Orleans, throughout Louisiana, in New York, NY, and a few other cities throughout the United States. Photographic negatives were created by Frank Lotz Miller and feature projects and models by Burk, LeBreton, and...
Dates: 1501–1990

Nathaniel C. Curtis, Jr. Drawings collection

 Collection
Identifier: SEAA-024
Scope and Contents

This collection includes nine ink sketches, some with watercolor highlights, by New Orleans architect Nathaniel Courtlandt Curtis, Jr. (1917-1998). Sketches are mostly of scenes from New Orleans jazz funerals and feature the Young Men Olympians, Eureka Brass Band, and the Majestic Brass Band.

Dates: 1978–1979; Undated