Pochade box (1853 - 1937)

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    I got a pochade box at last, this one is from ebay that I was lucky to win. I've made a few adjustments to it so I can use this summer.

    I did a quick video to show how it works, hope its not just me but I'm a bit fascinated with these things. They're almost like an old version of a laptop, you have the top area for viewing with your tools in the bottom working area.

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    1. noka_fr 25 months ago | reply

      It looks so vintage and professional.

    2. skyeshell 25 months ago | reply

      pochade box.. never come across that before..like it!

    3. Matthew-1 25 months ago | reply

      Cool looking "kit".
      I look forward to a few shots showing us how you use it.

    4. Enno Kleinert 25 months ago | reply

      all will be jealous ! ?

    5. Wil Freeborn 25 months ago | reply

      I thought you'd have used them before, I'm pretty new to them myself.

    6. ohbara 25 months ago | reply

      wow <3 so lovely. what an object!

    7. sketchySteven 25 months ago | reply

      can't wait to see what you do with this!

    8. noriko.stardust 25 months ago | reply

      Looks like a really good find! Looking forward to your oil painting.

    9. jennidotL 25 months ago | reply

      What a lucky find. I have an almost unused W J Reeves watercolour box from the early 19th Century; the blocks of paint still have a logo and a colour name stamped on them. It's just missing its water pot which is a shame.

    10. -watcher- 24 months ago | reply

      Enjoy yourself.

    11. Nancy Mae WI 24 months ago | reply

      Beautiful!!!!

    12. Bugdiddley 24 months ago | reply

      I don't have anything as vintage (and very cool) as this pochade. I do have the smallest Guerrilla box (5x7 panels), with which I've sketched on picnic tables, lounge chairs, and coffee shop booths. I often wonder why more people don't do oil sketching.

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