International studio — 34.1908

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The Royal Society of Painter-Etchers
The exhibi-
tion OF
THE ROYAL
SOCIETY
OF PAINTER-
ETCHERS.


HOUSE AT BRYN MAWR, PENNSYLVANIA

in a wing by themselves over the kitchen
department, and the third story is nothing but
a space under the roof, part of which is used for
storage.

Foreign critics, whose
eyes in these matters may
be keener than our own,
have remarked on the
disintegrating forces which
rend British art. Un-
happily it cannot be said
that a zeal for union is a
salient characteristic of the
artists of any country, or
indeed of any age, but
whereas in France, for
example, the body artistic
is decently divided into
four quarters of imposing
dimensions, in our own
land rushing on to the
rocks of dissension it has
split into a hundred frag-
ments and splinters of varying size and importance.
The danger of this segregation is that public and
collectors are bewildered by the claims of a
multiplicity of little groups, none of which can

D. KNICICERBACKER BOYD, ARCHITECT


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