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Harriet Keith Fobes
Featuring her September 1895 article
for THE DELINEATOR Magazine
"BURNT WORK.—SEVENTH PAPER."
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|BURNT WORK.—SEVENTH PAPER.
by Harriet Keith Fobes
THE DELINEATOR Magazine, September 1895 issue, pp. 351–353.
Butterick Publishing Co., London & New York.
This is the seventh in a series of eleven monthly articles on burnt work by American artist Harriet Keith Fobes for The Delineator magazine.
In this seventh article, Fobes once more suggests what sorts of natural designs work best with pyrography and talks about conventional designs made from nature. The emphasis on this article is on how to prepare projects made from leather, such as book or magazine covers, and then how to decorate them. She advises the importance of working earnestly and carefully and even says that her own designs in previous articles "...may be improved upon by those intelligently striving to combine the useful with the ornamental."
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