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The outline and the pieces to come out of the centre must now be sawn out in the way described above. When that is done, the perforated wood is secured to the work-table by a piece of wood from half an inch procedure is to five-eighths of as follows : — an inch. Firstly, the design three or four inches long being fixed to the carver's screw, the nut end is then put it were going to be carved through one of the holes in the work, then through the hole The in the bench, and the nut screwed on underneath.
One of the principal 39 marks of between the works of Gribbons and bis manner of treating the ornamental foliage. While Gibbons always threw down the points of his leaves, thus giving a character of repose to the whole of his composition, without detracting from its spirit, the Flemish carvers generally threw them up, and have sometimes distinction contemporaries is in the strangely contorted them, to the prejudice of the general out- An line. difference experienced eye can immediately perceive the between a group of Yandemulen, or his pupils, and those executed by Gribbons.
In good earnest, the very frame was worth the money, ; 31 being nothing in nature so tender and delicate as the it, and yet the work was very strong. In the piece were more than one hundred figures of men, &c. I found he was likewise musical, very civil, sober, and discrete in his discourse. There was only an old woman tliere flowers and festoons about So, desiring leave to visit in the house. Of him sometimes, I young man, and the manner of finding him out, I acquainted the king, and begged that he would give me leave to bring him and his work to Whitehall, for that I would adventure my reputation with his Majesty that he had never seen anything approach it, and that he would be exceeding pleased and employ him.
Complete Custom Closet: How to Make the Most of Every Space (Popular Woodworking) by Chris Gleason