Drawings (visual works)
Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
Framed drawing of Anny Coury by artist Deborah Howard. Drawing is full color with red, orange, and yellow abackground. Anny Coury is looking towards the viewer.
Framed drawing of Ava Kadishson Schieber by artist Deborah Howard. Drawing is in full color and wears a green turtleneck shirt. Ava Kadishson Schieber is looking towards the viewer.
One watercolor painting of a cutaway of an unknown pumping facility. Color tinted photographic prints: Yangtze Gorge Dam in China, Eklutna Power Plant in Alaska, Grand Coulee Power Plant in Washington, Epharta Office Building in Washington, Tracy Pumping Plant in California, Vista House Shasta Dam in California, Keswick Dam in California, Hungry Horse Dam in Montana, and Anderson Ranch Dam in Idaho. Prints are photographic prints of drawings.
Pen and Ink framed drawing of Folsom Dam in California. Black and white photographic prints: Yangtze Gorge Dam and Power Plant in China, and the Parker Dam and Generating Plant in California.
Pencil drawing on paper of the Mary Reed Library building of the University of Denver campus in 1948; mounted to mat board. The drawing is of the Southeast entrance to the building showing wooden revolving doors, two stories of elaborate Collegiate Gothic Architecture and a woman sitting reading a book by the entrance. The door is colored with brown pencil and the brick is red oil crayon or pencil. The white lines of the brick have been painted on.
Framed drawing of David Schichor by artist Deborah Howard. Drawing is in black and white, he wears a patterned collared shirt and glasses. David Schichor is looking towards the viewer.
Framed drawing of Don Altman by artist Deborah Howard. Drawing is largely black and white with bits of red on the rim of his glasses. Don Altman is looking slightly over his right shoulder towards the viewer.
Framed drawing of Esther Wasserman by artist Deborah Howard. Drawing is black and white with red and orange highlights in her hair. Esther Wasserman is turned slightly to the left and looking towards the viewer.