Studio: international art — 49.1910

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Studio-Talk

HALL AT WATLING GATE, TIMPERLEY

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STUDIO-TALK.

(From Our Own Correspondents.)

LONDON.—The engraving which we re-
produce, called The Tower, is by Mr.
Emile Antoine Verpilleux, and was sug-
gested to the artist by the tower of
St. Jaques, Antwerp, the burial place of Rubens,
Mr. Verpilleux, after a year’s study in London,

NEWTON & BAYLEY, ARCHITECTS

came under the instruc-
tion of Professor Edward
Pellens at Antwerp, and
in his second year was
awarded a free studio in
L’Institut Superieure des
Beaux Arts. In his first
year a series of his wood"
cuts were bought on
the recommendation of
the Government represen-
tatives and placed in the
Museum attached to the
Academy. Last year the
same authorities pur-
chased his drawing and
engraving La Misere.
After painting in Holland
and France, the artist has
returned to London, the
city of his birth, where he
will continue his work.

The Society of Twelve’s sixth Exhibition has
recently closed at Messrs. Obach’s, and although six
members did not exhibit out of the fifteen of which
the Society is composed, the show was an exceed-
ingly interesting one. Mr. T. Sturge Moore had a
fine design for a book cover. The two drawings,
Masure stir la Colline and Le Matin: au bord de
la Riviere, perhaps best represented Prof. Legros,


“THE TURKISH FORT” (ETCHING) < BY D. Y. CAMERON

[Society of Twelve's Exhibition at Messrs. Obach’s)

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