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Room in Which Colonel Newcome Died, from In Thackeray's London

A work made of charcoal, with white chalk and gray pastel, and stumping, heightened with touches of white gouache, on light gray laid paper with blue fibers, laid down on wood pulp board.

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  • A work made of charcoal, with white chalk and gray pastel, and stumping, heightened with touches of white gouache, on light gray laid paper with blue fibers, laid down on wood pulp board.

Date:

c. 1913

Artist:

Francis Hopkinson Smith
American, 1838-1915

About this artwork

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Prints and Drawings

Artist

Francis Hopkinson Smith

Title

Room in Which Colonel Newcome Died, from In Thackeray's London

Origin

United States

Date

Made 1912–1913

Medium

Charcoal, with white chalk and gray pastel, and stumping, heightened with touches of white gouache, on light gray laid paper with blue fibers, laid down on wood pulp board

Inscriptions

Signed recto lower left, on primary support, in charcoal: “F Hopkinson Smith”; inscribed lower right, in graphite: “45”

Dimensions

397 × 602 mm (primary support); 413 × 620 mm (secondary support)

Credit Line

Waller Fund

Reference Number

1914.369

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