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Presenting an illustration by Henri-Charles Guérard of his pug, Azor, (est. 1870 – 1887) as today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.

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Pug Portrait - a free Vintage Coloring page

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Chinese Zodiac Dog Warrior – Coloring with Copic Markers

This is one of the vintage illustrations for a backer’s reward of Curator Prime’s Mystery Art Envelope Kickstarter project. The backer has graciously given permission to share this custom art and the process that enabled it to be, as adventurous as that was.

To begin, as the backer did not specify an illustration, Curator Prime chose the close-up of the Chinese Zodiac Dog Warrior in honor of 2018 being the Year of the Dog. Then she brought forth her stash of Copic markers. Read More →


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Presenting the caption from a postcard (1893) which tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page.

“The Dog: Here he has been hanging around us for a month, and we leave to-night.”

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Man, Dog, Woman - a free Vintage Coloring page

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from Dog Tales (1800) by Lilian Gask. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by E. Stuart Hardy.

“A little fat pug with a jolly, round face sniffed eagerly at the biscuits, and a stylish black Maltese told him not to be greedy, but to get some for her if he could reach them.”

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Feeding the Dogs - a free Vintage Coloring Page

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from A Book of the Country and Garden (1903) by H. M. Batson. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by F. Carruthers Gould and A. C. Gould.

One of these was a mongrel fox-terrier named Joe, and so well did he understand all our conversation that when we did not wish him to know our plans we were forced to speak in Spanish, for he was quite good at elementary French. If we spoke English the matter was hopeless.

“Where are you driving to-day?”

“I am going to pay a call at Butterbridge.”

“Shall you take le petit chien?”

By saying “le petit chien” instead of “the dog” Jim would imagine that he was using all the necessary wiles of dissimulation.

“No, they don’t like dogs. I must leave him at home.”

An hour or so would go by, and our efforts to find Joe would become exasperating; so in despair I would start to find le petit chien waiting for me a mile away smiling by the roadside. He always smiled when he had got the better of me, but I only once heard him laugh aloud.

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Good Dog - a free Vintage Coloring Page

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from the novel The Dragon of Wantley: His Rise, His Voracity & His Downfall, A Romance (1892) by Owen Wister. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by John Stewardson.

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from the “Notes and Appreciations” section of the book Drawings in Pen & Pencil: From Dürer’s Day to Ours (1922) by George Sheringham. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by E. Carlègle from the weekly French magazine, La Vie Parisienne.

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