Studio: international art — 18.1900

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Arts and Crafts

the artist resists the hard temptation to repeat
herself.

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RITISH DECORATIVE ART
IN 1899 AND THE ARTS
AND CRAFTS EXHIBITION.
PART III.

The piano-case designed by Mr.
Walter Cave and executed by Messrs. Bechstein
has now become historic, as the prototype of many
subsequent designs by other hands. Recent works
by the same architect comprise some chairs, distin-
guished by reserve in the structural parts, together
with individual strength of character in the details ;
and an oak stand with collecting-box attached.
The latter, a larger piece of furniture than is usual
for similar purposes, was made specially for Sidbury
Church in Devonshire, and is constructed with an
„ ample ledse to hold the visitors' book. The orna-

• an unwilling athlete .

drawn for "the studio" mental panels in the back were painted by Mrs.

by edith farmjloe CaVC

decorative panel

by mrs. walter cave

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