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category: women

catalog number: 1-1-5-F

series number 1

size: 2.55 inches by 4 inches

farmgirl with pitchfork

About this Image:

A frontice piece for a story "Jack of All Trades" by the Reverend T.S. Millington.

The caption under the picture says:

Out in the hayfield-while the cloudless sky
In sunshine smiles, the peasants' toil to aid.
by B. Gough

From a children's book series titled Home Words for Heart and Hearth, ca. 1885.

price: $12.00


Difficult. The original image was not composed of lines, but looked more of a pencil sketch, so there isn't the clear line delineation for detail found in line art. The appeal of the image makes the extra effort to work with it very rewarding.

Surprisingly, a prismed glossy paper works very well with this image.

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