Kaolin-coated boards (1: small work)

Kaolin-coated boards (1: small work)

Kaolin, or china clay, is the principle ingredient in scraperboard (UK) or scratchboard (US), a medium that has long been popular with illustrators. It is typically bound to a lightweight card backing, making the product relatively inexpensive but not very resilient. A hardier version of…
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Selborne Beech – SOLD

Selborne Beech – SOLD

The village of Selborne in Hampshire is known as the former home (now a museum) of the eighteenth century naturalist Gilbert White. It also has a rather splendid beech hanger (a hanger is a wood on a steep slope). I recently spent some lovely time in…
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