" RETURN OF THE PILGRIMS FROM KEVELAAR." FRESCO BY NICO W. JUNGMANN
again afford us the opportunity of admiring his words that adequately express our disgust at this
conscientiousness and his energy. F. K. latest exhibition of " art-work " as it is understood
in officialdom. Why should the unoffending public
STUDIO-TALK. have such horrors thrust upon them? Cannot
(From our own Correspondents.) some punishment be devised for those who commit
ONDON.—The electric lamps recently in public places crimes against the common-sense
erected in the Strand and its neighbour- of good taste ?
hood seem from their shape—evidently
inspired by the familiar note of interroga- M. Nico Jungmann's remarkable artistic ability
tion—to demand an opinion upon their design, seems to be steadily growing, and his grasp of
The English language, however, fails to furnish the many branches of the painter's craft is year by year
PART OF THE "RETURN OF THE PILGRIMS"