An archival giclée reproduction of an original Native
American ledger drawing. This art form flourished between the 1860s and 1920s among Native Americans of the Great Plains region. The term "ledger drawing" comes from accounting ledger books, a common source ...
Drawing by Albert Thornton Bishop, which was reproduced
and published in Drawings for Renaissance Architecture of England. New York: J. Wiley & Sons, 1938. Unframed. Art > Drawings > Original. Color: black/white, Material: graphite on board.
Pencil drawing of an English cottage with a
barn in the background, circa 1820, done on mica paper with a subtle shimmery finish. Unframed. Art > Drawings > Original. Color: gray/cream, Material: graphite on mica paper.