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  • n. A type of picture drawn using ink applied with a pen and a brush.

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Examples

  • The pen-and-wash medium carefully delineates the tailoring of their garments.

    Fashion in Art: Medieval France and the Netherlands

  • There are varied mezzotints of this picture by Hogarth himself still extant, and there is a pen-and-wash drawing of Sarah by Samuel Wale in the British Museum.

    She Stands Accused

  • But it was this winter's study of the “Liber Studiorum” that started him on his own characteristic course; and while we have no pen-and-wash work of his before 1845 (except a few experiments after Prout), we find him now using the pen continually during the “Modern Painters” period.

    The Life of John Ruskin

  • But it was this winter's study of the "Liber Studiorum" that started him on his own characteristic course; and while we have no pen-and-wash work of his before 1845 (except a few experiments after Prout), we find him now using the pen continually during the "Modern Painters" period.

    The Life of John Ruskin

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