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This book is a salesman's sample from 1907. The back cover is missing, and front cover and spine are very loose. There is some edge and corner wear, as well as rubbing along the remaining cover and spine. The title page is partially colored in, with some of the water and one of the bear's pants having been colored by the previous owner. The second page is an introduction to the book and has no illustrations. The third page has some dark colored smudges and tells how to draw different lines. The next page has some practice for drawing different lines, and the figures have been filled in. There are also some dark smudges on this page as well. The next page is various steps in drawing a toddler's head, and has been colored iln as well. The following page is the steps to drawing a pig, which has been colored in black. On the back side of this page is just a silhouette picture, which has some minor crayon traces. The next page is of a horse and a dog, and just the horse's head and saddle have been colored in. On the back of this page is a picture of a house that has been colored in by previous owner. The next two pages are facing pages, and have identical images of two bears golfing. However, the first page has been colored by the illustrator, while the second was painted in by the previous owner. The next two facing pages are of two bears on a raft; with the first picture being colored in by the author, and the second in crayon by previous owner. The third set of facing pages are of the two bears at the circus; the first page came colored in by the author, and the second colored in crayon by previous owner. On the page of this page is a picture of a ram that has been colored in brown by previous owner. The next set of facing pages are the two bears practicing archery. The first picture was colored in crayon by previous owner, and has some purple and blue crayon lines around the edge of the page. On the next set of facing pages, the bears are picking apples. This page has only been partially colored in by previous owner. On the last set of facing pages, the bears are on a see-saw. The page left blank for coloring by the owner has been all colored in. The matching page has no noticed markings. On the very last page there is an eagle and an owl. The owl has been colored in black with red spots in pencil and crayon, and the eagle has been colored gray with blue stripes, and is sitting on a purple rock. ; ; 9" x 6"
Title: Teddy-Bears Painting and Drawing Book - Consisting Also of a Delightful Series of Familiar Plants, Flowers, Animals, Birds, Figures, Landscapes, Marine, Miscellaneious, Etc. Designed to Teach Accuracy, Beauty, Harmony, and Color with Pencil, Paint, and Brush
Publisher: L. G. Stahl: 1907
Weight: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 47015