Rambling Art - John Seymour Lindsay's drawing holidays in Southern England 1902 to 1910

John Seymour Lindsay sent over 50 postcards and 70 sketches to his girlfriend and later wife, Mildred Ethel Williams, between 1902 and the outbreak of the Great War. Lindsay spent some of his holidays during those years, hiking and sketching old buildings in the hamlets and villages of Southern England. The book gives details of his early life, his tramping holidays with family and friends and then a chronological record of his sketches and watercolours.