International studio — 30.1906/​1907(1907)

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farthest, and in this art
she has attained to certain
of the secrets of good style,
besides finding in it the
power to express herself in
a personal and interesting
manner. Miss Galton
studied at the Slade School
under Professors Brown
and Tonks. Mr. Alfred
Rich has influenced her
water-colour painting, and
in etching she was the
pupil of Mr. William Monk.
She has etched many unpub-
lished plates, among them
a series of the remaining
Dickens'1 Landmarks in
London, of which we pub-
lish reproductions of two.

Miss A. Galton has accomplished much work
of promise in water-colours and as an etcher. It
is, perhaps, as an etcher that she has as yet gone

In one of the first volumes of the famous Yellow
Book some designs appeared by Miss Amelia
Bauerle, delicate in fancy and original in design,


THE ADELPHI ARCHES

FROM THE ETCHING BY ADA GALTON
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