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Ink

Scope note

A fluid medium used for drawings or tracings. An opaque, usually black, pigment is mixed with a vehicle such as water to produce a fluid which can be applied with a pen or stylus. Through the end of the 19th century, ink was supplied dried in stick or block form which was ground and mixed with water as needed. At the beginning of this century prepared ink became popular. MCFAD

This term has 19,001 records attributed within our system.

Connected records

An image of Drawing

Achilles in his tent with prisoners

Accession Number: PD.52-1998

An image of Drawing

Mother and child in a kitchen

Accession Number: PD.25-1958

An image of Drawing

A river landscape

Accession Number: 2042

An image of Drawing

Lady in a long dress, standing

Accession Number: 1974

An image of Marlay 40-pl.40_201409_jas244_mas.tif

Seated youth

Accession Number: Marlay 40-pl.40

An image of Marlay 40-pl.28_201409_jas244_dc1.jpg

A man and a woman walking towards the right

Accession Number: Marlay 40-pl.28

An image of Marlay 40-pl.37_1_201409_jas244_mas.tif

Youth on horseback with a beggar

Accession Number: Marlay 40-pl.37

An image of Marlay 40-pl.30_201409_jas244_dc1.jpg

Calligraphy, written by 'Ali al Kabib

Accession Number: Marlay 40-pl.30

An image of Marlay 40-pl.33_201409_jas244_dc1.jpg

Dancing girl with a Love philtre

Accession Number: Marlay 40-pl.33

An image of Marlay 40-pl.26_201409_jas244_dc1.jpg

Calligraphy, written by Nu'in al'din Muhammad

Accession Number: Marlay 40-pl.26

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