Dark And Light: Detail Of GL00-SB04-FC00-0160
By: Unknown
Published: n/a, 1904-1922
Uploaded: 09/28/2007
Uploaded by: Pocket Masters
Pockets: Students of Arthur Wesley Dow Collection


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Dimensions: Vertically Framed (28.5" wide x 35.5" high x 1" depth), Board (26" wide x 33.5" high), Work (8.25" wide x 6" high)
Technique Medium Material: Ink on paper
Color: Black, Gray
Subject Matter: Representative pictures in black and white - landscape
Special ID Features: Label on board below work: DARK AND LIGHT, SOMBRE ET CLAIR, DUNKEL UND HELL, SOMBRA Y CLARO
Source Provenance: Part of The Students of Arthur Wesley Dow Collection, a collection of works rendered by Teachers College students studying under Professor Dow in the period 1905 to 1923
Exhibition Loan History: "Arthur Wesley Dow and his Influence": Herbert F. Johnson Museum: 08.24.1990 - 10.14.1990, Berkshire Museum: 11.01.1990 - 12.31.1990, Amon Carter Museum: 01.11.1991 - 03.10.1991, Laguna Art Museum: 06.21.1991 - 09.01.1991
September 2000 - "The Dow Collection; The Influence of Composition," The Macy Gallery, Teachers College, Columbia University: November to December 2005 - Gruss Center of Visual Arts, The Lawrenceville School, New Jersey
Bibliographic Citations: Composition: A Series Of Exercises In Art Structure For The Use Of Students And Teachers, by Arthur Wesley Dow, Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Doran, c1913
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