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Creator Name: Taylor, F. Walter
Creator Role: Artist
Creator Dates/Places: 1874-1921
Creator Name-CRT: F. Walter Taylor
Title: Ah, like a wood Anemone, thy face, thy curving throat shone faintly through the enfolding gloom that hung about me
Title Type: Title based on CAI - Taylor, no. 29 (D size)
View: Full View
Creation Start Date: 1918
Creation End Date: 1918
Creation Date: 1918?
Object Type: Drawings and Watercolors
Classification Term: Periodical illustrations
Materials and Techniques: charcoal
Materials and Techniques: Studies
Materials and Techniques: Drawings
Materials and Techniques: Charcoal
Parts and Pieces: 1
AMICA Contributor: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division
Owner Location: Washington, DC, USA
ID Number: DLC/PP-1933:0096
Credit Line: Courtesy of The Library of Congress
Subject Terms: Knights.
Subject Terms: Courtship.
Subject Terms: Poetry.
Context: Study for "Tristram in the Wood," poem by Katharine Taylor, Scribner's magazine, 64:514 (Nov. 1918)
Related Work Description: Cabinet of American Illustration (Library of Congress)
Link to Work: (DLC)95849474
AMICA ID: LOC_.cai96003629/PP
AMICA Library Year: 1999
Media Metadata Rights:
Courtesy Library of Congress
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