A sight for sore eyes
Means a welcome sight; someone or something you are glad to see.
This phrase was first recorded by Jonathan Swift,
in "A complete collection of genteel and ingenious conversation", 1738: "The Sight of you is good for sore Eyes."
Drawn freehand with Pilot/Rotring pens - 0.7, 0.5 - with Copic/Letraset Promarker/Prismacolor/Sharpie/Staedtler triplus markers More in my Paisley Crazy folder here [link]
Original size is 5.5" x 8" from Sketchbook that lives in my bag!
Created Sept`10 to Apr`12
ALSO More in my All Colours of RAINBOW folder here [link]
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Dawn Quadling, quaddles-roost, © 2012
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