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" A high chair was placed at the table, pencils and paper were brought, and the infant artist soon produced an astonishingly striking likeness. Mr Kenyon now coaxed the child, who had got tired by the half- hour's labour, and asked him if he could take... "
St. Nicholas - Page 293
by Mary Mapes Dodge - 1909
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Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham

Englishmen - 1837
...the room, in the height of infantile joyousness. Mrs Kenyon, as soon as she could get him to stand, asked him if he could take the likeness of that gentleman,...Kenyon now coaxed the child, who had got tired by the half- hour's labour, and asked him if he could take the likeness of the lady ? " Yes, that I can,"...
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Anecdote Biography

John Timbs - Art - 1860 - 392 pages
....*.* -*. Ki-njiiii. -j« • .• ,m ;o •i IIM Miild lttk.1- ..• her husband. " That I can," said little Lawrence, " and very like too." A high chair...were brought, and the infant artist soon produced a striking likeness. Mr. Kenyon now coaxed the child, and asked him if he could take the likeness of...
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The life of Lloyd, fisrt lord Kenyon

George Thomas Kenyon (hon.) - 1873
...the room in the height of infantile joyousness. Mrs. Kenyon, as soon as she could get him to stand, asked him if he could take the likeness of that gentleman,...Mr. Kenyon now coaxed the child, who had got tired DD CHAP. by the half-hour's labour, and asked him if he could XIV - — .— ^ take the likeness of...
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Lectures anglaises, pour les classes de seconde et de première: Histoire ...

Henri Veslot - 1905 - 359 pages
...husband. ''That 1 can " (7), said the little Lawrence, " and very like too ". A high chair was placed on the table, pencils and paper were brought, and the infant artist soon produced an astonishingly-striking likeness. Mr. Kenyon now (1) Eng. Gr., p 103, I, *.. (2) Lloyd Kenyon (1732-1802)...
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Nineteenth-Century Lives

Laurence S. Lockridge, John Maynard, David Staines - Literary Collections - 1989 - 216 pages
...Paradise Lost upon request, but could make instant pencil portraits of guests at his father's inn: "A high chair was placed at the table, pencils and...soon produced an astonishingly striking likeness" (1, 41). It is noticeable that most of these precocious artists were said to have indulged their compulsion...
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