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Study of a Climbing Plant (Pumpkin Family) (pencil heightened with white on blue paper)

Study of a Climbing Plant (Pumpkin Family) (pencil heightened with white on blue paper)


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Study of a Climbing Plant (Pumpkin Family) (pencil heightened with white on blue paper)

XYC216269 Study of a Climbing Plant (Pumpkin Family) (pencil heightened with white on blue paper) by Ward, James (1769-1859); 21.5x44 cm; Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, USA

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Branch Creeper James Ward Recto Royal Academician Royal Academicians Britisch Britisch Egnland


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This print showcases James Ward's "Study of a Climbing Plant (Pumpkin Family)" in exquisite detail. The artwork, created during the 18th century, is a testament to Ward's exceptional talent and his ability to capture the beauty of nature. The pencil drawing, heightened with white on blue paper, brings forth an ethereal quality that enhances the delicate intricacies of the climbing plant. Ward's meticulous attention to detail is evident in every stroke, as he masterfully captures the curling tendrils and vibrant leaves of this botanical wonder. Measuring at 21.5x44 cm, this artwork holds its own within the prestigious Yale Center for British Art's Paul Mellon Collection in the USA. Its presence among other notable works signifies its importance within British art history. James Ward himself was a renowned English artist who lived from 1769 to 1859. As a member of the Royal Academy (RA), his contributions to art were highly regarded during his time and continue to be celebrated today. This stunning piece serves as a reminder of England's rich artistic heritage and showcases Ward's skillful technique. It transports viewers into an enchanting world where nature takes center stage, inviting us to appreciate its intricate beauty.

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