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George du Maurier Cartoons from Punch magazine

Our Decadents. Flipbutt (the famous young Art-Critic). "Ullo! What's this pencil sketch I've just found on this easel?" Our Artist. "Oh, it's by Flumpkin - the Impressionist fellow all you young chaps are so enthusiastic about, you know. CLEVER, ain't it?" Flipbutt. "Clever! Why it's divine! Such freshness, such naivete! Such a splendid scorn of mere conventional technique! Such a - " Our Artist. "Ullo , old man! That's the wrong thing you've got hold of! That's just a scribble by this little scamp of a grandson of mine. His first attempt! Not very promising, I fear; but he's only four!"

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George du Maurier Cartoons
Our Decadents. Flipbutt (the famous young Art-Critic). "Ullo! What's this pencil sketch I've just found on this easel?" Our Artist. "Oh, it's by Flumpkin - the Impressionist fellow all you young chaps are so enthusiastic about, you know. CLEVER, ain't it?" Flipbutt. "Clever! Why it's divine! Such freshness, such naivete! Such a splendid scorn of mere conventional technique! Such a - " Our Artist. "Ullo , old man! That's the wrong thing you've got hold of! That's just a scribble by this little scamp of a grandson of mine. His first attempt! Not very promising, I fear; but he's only four!"