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Summer at Saint-Antoine 2015, Part I — Italique

As an introduction to calligraphy, we believe that Italic and Carolingian are the best (but not necessarily the easiest) scripts to begin with. In the days when there were still stages called “Deuxième Niveau“, having attended one session each of Italic … Continue reading

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Summer at Saint-Antoine 2014 Part 2

Ah, dusk. Twilight, gloaming…crepuscular lighting. I haven’t found a time of day when Saint-Antoine is not photogenic. Expressive majuscules…Beginning with looking at examples of simple capitals, and a variety of layouts… Looking at some uncommon majuscule forms from manuscripts… Everyone … Continue reading

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