A canny hand by Norman Cornish

A canny hand  by Norman Cornish
A canny hand by Norman Cornish

A selection of other works by Norman Cornish

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Media: Flo-Master pen and chalk on paper

Size: 20.5 x 29 cm

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A canny hand  by Norman Cornish

Norman Cornish – Behind the Scenes page 96

A canny (good) hand would be a common term used by domino players in the pubs where the game was popular and sometimes involved competitions amongst the men. The dominoes are being held in both hands to shield the numbers on the domino pieces from other players. The hands are deliberately resting on the edge of the table which is why the dominoes are being held at arms- length. A study in concentration, assessing the next move and a big decision

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