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" ... found our way into his quiet studio, where, like a delicate exotic requiring the most careful treatment to retain life within it, he could keep himself warm and snug, as he expressed it ; there he might be seen at his easel, throwing his rich and... "
Sketches by Samuel Prout: In France, Belgium, Germany, Italy and Switzerland - Page 15
by Samuel Prout, Ernest G. Halton - 1915 - 26 pages
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A Book of Memories of Great Men and Women of the Age: From Personal Acquaintance

Samuel Carter Hall - Artists - 1877 - 495 pages
...into his modest studio, where I found him at his easel throwing his rich and beautiful colouring over some old palace of Venice, or time-worn cathedral...weakness, ever cheerful, ever thankful that he had still strength sufficient to carry on his work. It was rarely he could begin his labours before the...
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Retrospect of a Long Life: From 1815 to 1883

Samuel Carter Hall - Authors, English - 1883 - 612 pages
...himself " warm and snug." There he might be seen at his easel throwing his rich and beautiful coloring over a sketch of some old palace of Venice or time-worn...on his work. It was rarely that he could begin his labors before the middle of the day, when, if tolerably free from pain, he would continue to paint...
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Art in Devonshire, with the biographies of artists born in that county. Repr ...

George Pycroft - 1883
...be seen at his easel, throwing his rich and beautiful colouring over a sketch of some old palace in Venice or time-worn cathedral of Flanders ; and though...weakness, ever cheerful, ever thankful that he had still strength enough to carry on his work. He rose late, and could seldom begin his labours before...
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Report and Transactions - The Devonshire Association for the ..., Volume 14

Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art - Devon (England) - 1882
...be seen at his easel, throwing his rich and beautiful colouring over a sketch of some old palace in Venice or time-worn cathedral of Flanders ; and though...weakness, ever cheerful, ever thankful that he had still strength enough to carry on his work. He rose late, and could seldom begin his labours before...
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