“He pulled his own drawing-table to the window, set out his board and colour-box, filled a great glass from the seltzer-water bottle, drank some of the vapid liquor, and plunged his brushes in the rest, with which he began to paint.”
“Laura was standing by the well-remembered drawing-table which I had so often used, with the little album that I had filled for her in past times open under her hand.”
“Give him his drawing-table, his plans, his models, the noise of machinery, the clatter of the foundry, and he is always contented.”
“Of course, it is illustrated with photographs, the first one depicting a sleek and stiff Yeomanic-looking, khaki-clad being standing by the side of a swagger little drawing-table covered with a fringed tablecloth, and obviously groaning under what we learn are the gentleman's daily rations.”
“He tried walking round the room on one leg, working heel and toe, and that succeeded very well, and did no harm till he unluckily came to the drawing-table, when he immediately brought himself to a stand on both feet.”
“Between the sofa and the drawing-table is a big wicker chair, with broad arms and a low sloping back, with its back to the light.”
“[She passes on to the drawing-table, and leans against the end of it, facing the windows].”
“[She sits down at the drawing-table and pours out tea for herself].”
“Mazzini, terribly upset, with a duelling pistol in his hand, comes from the hall, and makes his way to the drawing-table.”
“The dusty and neglected drawing on his crude drawing-table told the story all too well.”
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