Visual Arts Portfolio

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Created in 1783 by Benjamin West, this American style drawing depicts 3 ladies in elegant dress with baskets at hand in a garden. Possibly conversing and shelling peas. The lady on the right has a slight smile. This is a drawing on paper.
1 of one hundred and two drawings William Blake produced for Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy that was commissioned by John Linnell from 1824-1827 in Pen and Ink and Watercolor. Depicted is Antaeus setting down Dante and Virgil in the Last Circle of Hell.
This sketch depicts the Old Testament passage from the Book of Moses (1:41) where the young Joseph interprets the Pharaoh’s dream of the seven bountiful and the seven famine years. This is water color and gouache over pencil on brownish card by Peter Von Cornelius while in the Nazarene Brotherhood. Von Cornelius later became director of the Munich academy.
Vittorio Amedeo Cignaroli produced this piece in the third quarter of the 18th century called Tobias and the Angel, a biblical scene. This is a oil on canvas and it is believed the artist enjoyed painting from real life due to the inclusion of biblical scenes.
In 1927 H.D. Bugbee displayed "The Rope Corral." This was his first of 3 depictions of his view of cowboy life. This is oil on canvas. The other two paintings are "Branding" and "The Chuckwagon."
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