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Or a way through of a sense of failure to interpret what initially attracted me, but is is finished in abstracting or inter- feel obligated to cover every inch finished, it may seem like a personal triumph or an anticlimax, or both. Having got to know every inch of the drawing, Then I I am do not look able to at do so it again for three or four days, perhaps longer. dispassionately: if it does not come off, I just tear the drawing up. FARMSTEAD NEAR VIRGINIA, COUNTY MEATH, IRELAND, 1964 of a series of drawings Winter landscapes made on are sometimes difficult to find spring, however, the weather The is I built up and then to draw.
Up whenever the opportunity presents man (no longer made, unfortunately) itself is on my paper. One of the finest surfaces make up I is just as uneven as bear skins, Smooth What- good as this classic have ever drawn on was a Chinese paper, manufactured in thin sheets, laminated to the weight you require, then color dyed to taste. sheets, as stock a superb paper, but there are American, Dutch, French, and Italian equivalents, hand made from bamboo. This travels. I It comes in great with a soft grain exquisitely suitable for pencil and wash.