[Original Pencil and Ink Study of a Knight and Squire]
by Kent, Rockwell
[Np: The Artist, ca. late 1920s-1930s]. Original pencil and ink drawing on paper, image area 27 x 18 cm (10 3/4 x 7") plus margins. Matted. Mat a bit dusty, drawing in very good state, An attractive and very characteristic rendering of a caped bearded man with broad sword at ease, with a younger clean-shaven figure, also caped, standing behind his right shoulder. The drawing is not captioned, but it may have been a preliminary study for Kent's Chaucer or Shakespeare, though it differs from anything finally published in either. With the Kent estate paraph in the lower right corner. (Inventory #: WRCLIT76340)
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