Rose branch

From the exhibition:
Wild at Heart: Ernest Thompson Seton

New Mexico History Museum

Untitled pen & ink drawing by Ernest Thompson Seton

Rose branch. Untitled pen & ink drawing by Ernest Thompson Seton, late 19th or early 20th century. Photo courtesy of the Academy for the Love of Learning. 

In 1879, Seton studied art at the Royal Academy in London; in 1883, at the Art Students League in New York; and in 1884, in Paris. In 1885, his work was compared favorably to that of Audubon. In his lifetime, Seton produced 4,000 paintings, drawings and sketches.

Note: Representative image at left is often cropped for display purposes. Downloaded high-resolution images are not cropped.