GEAR, William

William Gear drawing titled ‘Grass and Capital’



William Gear drawing in ink with Text.

‘Grass and Capital’ drawn in ink with text in prose to top left corner which reads roughly translated ‘But so he is the white cap, this his track in the falling of the grass, than the base of the Doric colium , there is a sad –? The green weeks, it looks to him good he would leave it there within, its delight and the greek man, but it is his pot (?) He puts it and leaves it thus stones and grass in union.’

The page is from a sketch book as the top edged is serrated. Very slight grubby with very soft handing creases, else very good.

Sheet Size 270 x 370mm  (27.5 x 14.5 inches)

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