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" Drawing is a manual training in itself. It is an educator of both eye and hand. The eye is rendered incomparably more accurate, and the hand is brought more completely under the power of the will than by any other exercise whatever. "
Sloyd: Or, Educational Manual Training with Paper, Cardboard, Wood, and Iron ... - Page 5
by Everett Schwartz - 1893 - 275 pages
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Elementary Schools: How to Increase Their Utility, Being Six Lectures ...

Sir William Bousfield, William Lant Carpenter, Charles Villiers Stanford, G. M. Onslow, George Ricks, Ada Heather-Bigg, W. H. Grieve - Education, Elementary - 1890 - 189 pages
...will than by any other exercise whatever. But, then, as an American writer puts it, drawing in itself is not sufficient; it must be supplemented by its application to work in paper, cardboard, wood, clay, or other material. Manual training through drawing alone is work but half done, and the other...
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Elementary schools how to increase their utility: Being six lectures ...

William Bousfield - Fiction - 1890 - 189 pages
...will than by any other exercise whatever. But, then, as an American writer puts it, drawing in itself is not sufficient; it must be supplemented by its application to work in paper, cardboard, wood, clay, or other material. Manual training through drawing alone is work but half done, and the other...
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