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before 1971
Artist:Drawn by Richard Welling , American, 1926 - 2009
Drawing; black ink on paper
Primary Dimensions (image height x width): 16 3/8 x 23 3/4in. (41.6 x 60.3cm) Sheet (height x width): 16 3/8 x 23 3/4in. (41.6 x 60.3cm)
Credit Line: Gift of the Richard Welling Family
Description: Drawing of three airplanes, all of which have branding on their bodies and/or tails (Allegheny, United, and Trans World Airlines). The right propeller of the Allegheny plane is visible in the foreground, and there is a worker on the left loading baggage into the plane. On the right, there is a line of people waiting to board. The United plane is in the background on the right, and the TWA plane is in the background on the left, along with a truck and two workers.
Subject Note: A reproduction of this drawing appears on page 98 of Richard Welling's The Technique of Drawing Buildings. Date Note: The date is based on the year The Technique of Drawing Buildings was published.
Inscription: Recto, bottom left, handwritten in blue ink: "Fig. 36" [circled] Bottom right, handwritten in blue ink: "ILLUSTRATION FOR PROJECT 12 - CAPTION 2" ["2" is circled]
Object Number: 2012.284.5626
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