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as much practice as any small design.

It is necessary to have great freedom of
movement in order to make it look graceful.
Here is a tine opportunity for a free swing
of the arm and graceful movements. Noth-
ing seems to possess more real ease and
grace than the beautiful pose of the swan,
whether in nature or in art. Study the
graceful movements of a real swan— a live
one, swimming on the lake, and there you
have a whole kaleidoscope of easy and
graceful motions, all different, yet beautiful.

Now, in flourishing this beautiful bird,
strive to get some life and expression in it.

Flourishing that is mechanical has not
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as to appear as if arranged with a pair of
dividers, but it is too suggestive of music
tliat goes by machinery; the one great
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master flourishing will fir
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