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Drawings from an Earlier Time 2

We spent most of last weeks chapter in the middle of England.  This week as we continue with our unknown artist’s travels we journey north to Morpeth and then south to Gloucester and Worcester.  Again all drawing are from around … Continue reading

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Frederick Varley Art

I picked up a couple of pieces this week which were created because an artist found a niche in the market and needed money.  This allowed him to survive and eventually move to Canada where he continued and expanded his … Continue reading

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Art of Maps II

The maps in my collection cover many areas and times and recently I picked up an atlas.  The art of map-making was at it’s most beautiful in the 16th and 17th centuries.  Prior to that maps were on the the … Continue reading

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Art of Open Space

Today, three views by three different artists of wide open spaces.  Three scenic prints of three different countries.  To begin, I invite you to travel to what is most likely Shropshire , the source of the river Trent. An etching … Continue reading

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