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through to stylized and conventionalized forms and on to realism again - 

He says always at first outline drawings - then slightly modelled, them flat decorative painting with color - more or less losing form in the new preoccupation, then swinging back to form- and with color.

Today the active animals were everyone stopping dead.  Dr only required a laughing remark that I hoped they had not [[underline]] all [[\underlined]] frozen overnight to bring  [[strikethrough]]??[[/strikethrough]] [[?]]  and the boys to realize it was only desirable [[strikethrough]] that [[/strikethrough]] to quiet down a few beasts.
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