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Sketch for In the Word Wood by David Wyatt

The drawing above is of me and Tilly (as a pup) is by our friend and neighbour David Wyatt: the rough sketch for his painting "In the Word Wood," which is part of his wonderful "Mythic Village" series. Tilly and I often begin our day in the woods behind my studio in just this fashion.

The illustrations on the right are "Little Wildrose" by H.J. Ford (1860-1941)  & "Little Red Riding Hood" by G.P. Jacomb-Hood (1857-1929).


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