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From the ‘what were they thinking?’ files, comes this eighteenth-century Windsor chair.
Primitive comb-back Windsor, circa 1780. (Robert Young)
The keen-of-eye might have noticed the H-stretcher’s unusual (and original) orientation which must have been the cause of many a painful Achilles tendon.
A few weeks ago I started making my own canvas stretchers, but I was only stretching blank canvases. Today I took an unfinished painting that I had started on an unstretched piece of canvas, built a stretcher to fit the dimensions of that painting, and stretched the painting onto the stretcher with the edges lined up. 99 more words
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Image capture from Flash News’ YouTube video
Rio paramedics accidentally dropped French gymnast who suffered gruesome leg injury
Video showed gymnast’s stretcher suddenly dropping while being loaded into an a…