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.

“I want—I have just time for that—to again remind the reader—who has my gratitude for still being with me to the end—that a drawing is a thing to be looked at and not written about.”

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