Studio: international art — 27.1903

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Turin Exhibition

followed the example of its younger
rival, a very good bathroom and a
variety of dinner services were ex-
hibited by them, of which the sim-
plicity and taste, the rich colour and
fine glaze were extremely attractive. Of
other objets d'art I found few worth)'
of remark, excepting a case of jewelry,
French in its inspiration, by Musi of
Turin.

This brief notice cannot, of course, do
full justice to the Italian section of the
Exhibition. The whole effect of it was
that of a huge bazaar, rather than an
exhibition of artistic work. Nevertheless,
it seems certain that the Exhibition
generally, though of no very high order,
will have left its mark on Italian
industry. W. Fred.

THE TURIN EXHIBI-
TION THE BELGIAN
SECTION. BY DR.
ENRICO THOVEZ.

<IUb|F ^^BhhV •;. i Though the Belgian Section was less

■■■■■■i^^^^^^^^^^^™™ jn extent and numbered fewer exhibitors

stained glass by g. beltrami and e. buffa than some others, for instance Austria

and Germany, it was as well arranged

plates

by richard ginori
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