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Charcoal drawings

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Two-dimensional works, usually on paper, in which the image is created with charcoal, which is a black, porous carbonaceous material made from burned wood.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Collection of Virginia Poullard Dupalais Twigg, Lucy Way Sistare Say, and Charles Alexandre Lesueur Works of Art

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSP 130
Scope and Contents The Collection of Virginia Poullard Dupalais Twigg, Lucy Way Sistare Say, and Charles Alexandre Lesueur Works of Art (circa 1800-1846; 43 items) contains twenty-six pencil, pastel, charcoal and watercolor sketches on paper by Charles Lesueur and seventeen pencil and watercolor sketches attributed to Virginia Dupalais Twigg, Lesueur's niece and pupil who lived with him in New Harmony, or Lucy Sistare Say, a fellow artist teaching at New Harmony. Many of the sketches document life in New Harmony,...