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I’ve always loved seeing period depictions of woodworkers at work. To see the way their tools are stored, their posture while working, and even shop conditions brings these makers to life for me. I have for years been downloading images I found online when they were particularly interesting. It’s been helpful but I often lost track of where I got them. When I recently did a Google image search for an old painting, I realized upon clicking on it that it was hosted on Pinterest. I had never…

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