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Back in the day, Walter would, every once in a while, forget how to draw. Remember?" Louise said.

“Oh yeah,” Walter agreed. “That still happens occasionally. It’s like, ‘Oh my god, nothing I’m drawing looks any good anymore. My life is over as an artist.’ And what I realized, because I was an editor at the time, and had seen a lot of work go past me, was that when you hit this phase where suddenly your stuff, which looks just like it did yesterday, doesn’t look good to you anymore, it’s because your mind has made a leap. Your brain has gotten farther than your hand has learned to do it yet. But eventually, give it a few weeks, keep it up and you’ve made a leap in your own craft. That was a big help because it was so depressing when you realize you couldn’t draw anymore. By From an interview with Walt and Louise Simonson. (via twiststreet)

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Légende Dorée (1897). Armand Point (French, 1861–1932). Lithograph.
In 1897, Point contributed an original lithograph titled the Golden Legend (Fr. Légende dorée) to the L’Estampe Moderne. The journal included four original prints in each issue and Point’s was issued in Number 5, September 1897. 

books0977:

Légende Dorée (1897). Armand Point (French, 1861–1932). Lithograph.

In 1897, Point contributed an original lithograph titled the Golden Legend (Fr. Légende dorée) to the L’Estampe Moderne. The journal included four original prints in each issue and Point’s was issued in Number 5, September 1897.