"OFF HARWICH, SUNDAY MORNING" FROM THE WATER-COLOUR BY H. F. W. GANZ
(See London Studio- Talk)
The section illustrative of the graphic arts is due lithographs, those of van Hoytema and Josseling
to the exertions of M. Philip Zilcken. de Long are worthy of remark.
The most noteworthy of the exhibits are without Mme. Ducocrop exhibits some very fine decora-
doubt the magnificent screens and the grand tive designs by her late husband; J. Aarts
polyptych, with several panels, from the firm of shows some good wood-engravings, Dupont some
Van Wisselingh, on which are represented various etchings in the style of Diirer. Lastly, a large
animals, such as roe-deer, peacocks, cranes, storks, collection of books from the firms of Bohn, van
fish, &c, admirably drawn by Mr. Dysselhoff, Uishoek, van Gogh, van der Hart, van Hal-
printed by the Batik process, and finished off kema, van Kampen and Kleinman prove to
with remarkably clever silk embroideiies by what a high degree of excellence the Dutch have
Mme. Dysselhoff. arrived in the arts of book illustration and of bind-
We must also mention the leather work, with its ing, as practised by such masters as Toorop, Thorn,
applique decoration of various kinds, by Mme. Prikken, van Hoytema, &c.
Hingst and Mr. J. Booms, passing on from it to the Enrico Thovez.
lithographs and books.
Amongst the numerous Posters we must note T ONDON.—Art has many forms of historic
especially those of Toorop (who, in the one designed landmarks, and the age we live in does
for the Society for the Emancipation of Woman, j much more to destroy them than to
combines the Javanese style with something of the ^ » renew or revive their popular interest in
feeling of Khnopff), those of Mesdag, Privat- a worthy manner. But, from time to time, here
Livemont (who reminds us rather too much of and there throughout the country, some ancient
Mucha), Willy Sluyter, Zon, &c.; whilst, among the relic of the craftsman's work in stone is finely