Archive for August 2018

Presenting an illustration by Francisque Poulbot from Drawings in Pen & Pencil: From Durer’s Day to Ours by George Sheringham (1922) as today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.

“Drawings have this great advantage that they convey their meaning instantly. They tell their story more swiftly than a telegraph-form, whereas ideas on a printed page have to be assimilated in the usual processional order.”

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Kids by the Lake - a free Vintage Coloring page

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Presenting an illustration from Two Lyrics by Reverend John B. Tabb (1900) as today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.

“Ad Astra

LOVE ye the lives that far below
Upon your bounty upward grow?
Or feel ye, as they touch the hem
Of light their ignorance to cure,
That from your undiminished store
A virtue has gone out to them?

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Presenting an illustration from The Amateur Artist OR Oil And Watercolor Painting Without The Aid Of A Teacher (1906) by F. Delamotte as today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.

“The surface of sheet metal work may be decorated in different ways:  ( 1 ) by repousse, or working on it with hammer and tracer and stamps”

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Winter Rabbit - a free Vintage Coloring page

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Presenting an illustration from The Ornamental Arts of Japan (1882) as today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page. It is a Japanese woodcut after the original drawing by Toyeki, 16th century.

“It is worthy of note with what few and decided brush strokes the birds have been represented; and the masterly manner in which every characteristic detail has been expressed rather than clearly delineated. All the masters of this school were celebrated for their bold free-hand style of delineation, chiefly in monochrome. Birds, whose plumage offered favourable fields for the exercise of skilful single brush-stroke work, were naturally favourite subjects.”

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Chickens - a free Vintage Coloring page

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Presenting an illustration by Sarah Noble-Ives who is also the author of Songs of the Shining Way (1899) as today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.

“Where the Shining Way is broadest, there’s a nest;
Two fat Robins live in it,
In and out I see them flit,
And the biggest wears a gorgeous crimson vest.

We are friends, and so when I
Come to look, they do not fly,
But they chatter from the branches of the tree;
And I run down there to play,
When the sun shines, every day,
And next year they say they’ll build a nest for me.”

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My Bird Friends - free Vintage Coloring page

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