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Charenton-le-Pont

Charenton-le-Pont

ca. 1893

Joseph Pennell

(American, 1857-1926)

Pen and ink

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Harold T. Clark 1961.271

Description

In this delicate view of the French suburban town Charenton-le-Pont, on the right bank of the Seine, tiny boats, suggested by a few pen and ink lines, glide under a bridge. The striking, reflective surface of the water is suggested by the bright white of the paper. Pennell executed a number of panoramic views of Paris in 1893. The linear quality of this drawing suggests that this may have been a preliminary study for an etching which was never executed.

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Department: 
Drawings
Type of artwork: 
Drawing
Medium: 
Pen and ink

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