W.G. Lewis - Mid 20th Century Pen and Ink Drawing, Boxgrove Priory Studies
DescriptionW.G. Lewis - Original Mid 20th Century Pen and Ink Drawing. Contains two fine drawings. One inscribed as 'Lord la Warr's Chantry in S Aisle, Boxgrove, Sussex' and the other as simply 'Bowgrove Priory'. Both are depictions of St Mary and St Blaise. Signed and inscribed. In fine condition.W. G. Lewis was a professional illustrator known for his work for Tablet Magazine. These drawings are from a collection of artists sketchbooks by Lewis. Although a relatively unknown artist, W. G. Lewis’s skilled collection of pen and ink and graphite drawings displays a remarkable capacity for finite detailing and precision for architecture and natural landscapes. This very capable artist renders images generally from around the Devon, Yorkshire, Wales, and Kent areas.
26.8 x 18.6cm (10.6" x 7.3")
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|Date||Mid 20th Century|
|Dimensions||26.8 x 18.6cm|
|Medium||Pen and Ink|
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