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Studio: international art — 13.1898

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Eleanor F. Brickdale

FIG. 13 FLEMISH FIG. 14 GERMAN FIG. 15 GERMAN

give that touch sufficient to add a quaintness to the
design, while the handle is of a very beautiful open-
work pattern, similar in appearance to that attached
to No. 12.

From the foregoing brief notes it may be
gathered how delightful and interesting the study of
these gridirons of a past age may become, and
though, perhaps, some may have smiled at the idea
of such a prosaic hobby, they cannot deny the
beauty and grace of those specimens here illustrated.

Francis Arthur Jones.

LEANOR F. BRICKDALE,
DESIGNER AND ILLUSTRA-
TOR.

A few weeks ago it might have been
necessary to preface a note on the work of Miss
Eleanor F. Brickdale with some account of her
career. But as the February number of The
Studio contained a reproduction of the prize
design Spring, for the decoration of a portion of a
public building, which was awarded to her at the
Royal Academy Schools in December 1897, it
would be superfluous to add more details, for that
fact explains that she is still a student, albeit an
advanced one. The " portion of a public build-
ing " is, as all the world knows, one of the lunettes
iti the refreshment-room of the Royal Academy, a

subterranean chamber where Mr. Reynolds Stephens' pig. 16 english
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