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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