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Studio: international art — 17.1899

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Awards in “ The Studio ” Prize Competitions

Price io5. 6d. net.—The “ papers ” referred to upon
the title-page consist in the main of letters or ex-
tracts from letters written by Ruskin to Dante
Gabriel Rossetti, by Rossetti to Madox Brown, and
by various personages to the editor. The result is
312 pages of gossip not without interest and value
to students of and writers on the nineteenth-century
“ Pre-Raphaelite ” Art Movement in England.
Mr. William Rossetti has so arranged and annotated
the documents as to render them as lucid as
possible; but at least three-fourths of the matter
might have been omitted without in any way
lessening the value of the book.

Bismarck in der Karikatur. (Stuttgart: Franck-
’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung).—This tastefully got
up little volume is not only a complete comical
and historical record of the remarkable career of
the great statesman, but affords an opportunity
for comparing the character and the methods of
British and Continental caricaturists. The most
striking contrast can be found between the respect-
ful, almost dignified “Punch” cartoons, such as
the memorable drawing by Tenniel, Dropping the
Pilot, and the venomous outbursts of the French
caricaturists. It is a pity that Jean Veber’s sensa-
tional picture, The Butcher's Shop, does not come
within the range of this book, which deals ex-
clusively with journalistic caricatures. It is a more
perfect expression of the Gallic idea of caricature
than any of the specimens included in the volume.
The illustrations are remarkably clear, if the enor-
mous scale of reduction is taken into consideration,
and the printing is done with commendable care.

WARDS IN “THE STUDIO”
PRIZE COMPETITIONS.

Design for a Glass Mosaic Panel.
(A XXXVII.)

The First Prize (Three guineas) is awarded to
Ars-Sollertia (J. Eustace Salisbury, 8 Egerton
Place Studios, S.W.).

The Second Prize (One guinea) to Bruno (A.
T. Cook, 93 Geere Road, West Ham, E.).

Honourable Mention is given to the following :
—Chat Noir (J. Wood); Flora (Antonio Laforet);
Curlew (Lennox G. Bird); Hecoba (George C.
Duxbury); Pan (F. Ball); Quill (F. Tomlinson);
Spes (C. H. Rees); and Timber (W. R. Flint).

(A XXXVIII.)

The awards in this competition will be an-
nounced in a future number.

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Design for Tea and Coffee Service.

(A XXXIX.)

By far the larger number of designs sent in for
this competition are more suitable for execution in
copper or iron than for silver-work.

The First Prize (Five guineas) is awarded to
Curlew (Lennox G. Bird, Royal Marine Barracks,
Chatham).

The Second Prize (Two guineas) to Esperance
(Kate Hippisley, 1 Alma Road, Clifton, Bristol).

Design for a Publisher’s Mark.

(B XXXVIII.)

The First Prize (One guinea) is awarded to
Isca (Ethel Larcombe, Wilton Place, St. James’s,
Exeter).

The Second Prize (Half a guinea) to Redlac
(Scott Calder, The Rosery, Bookham Common,
Surrey).

Honourable Mention is given to Chat Noir (A.
Leete); and Ebony (James Melville).

Photographs from Nature.

A Marine Subject.

(D XXII.)

The First Prize (One guinea) is awarded to
Tenax (Charles F. Inston, 25 South John Street,
Liverpool).

The Second Prize (Half a guinea) to Mask
(Thos. Kent, Albert Square, Kirkwall, N.B.).

Honourable Mention is given to the following :
—Eja (Ivan Hartvigson); Cassar (Wilfrid Groom);
Rainbow (C. E. Wanless); and Waiting for the
Wind (Niels Fischer).

FIRST PRIZE (B XXXVIII.) SECOND PRIZE (B XXXVIII.)
BY “ ISCA ” BY REDLAC

HON. MENTION (B XXXVIII.) HON. MENTION <B XXXVIII.)
BY “EBONY” BY “CHAT NOIR ”
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