Each scholarship is of the value of £200 per
annum and is ordinarily tenable for three years.
The works submitted for the Open Examination
must be delivered in London by January 31, and
candidates must be British subjects.
(From Our Own Correspondents.)
tONDON.—The general public is grateful to
Mr. Aitken, the Director of the National
Gallery of British Art at Millbank, for
—^ the exhibition of Pre-Raphaelite art
which has been held there during the summer
months. Madox Brown, Rossetti, Burne-Jones,
and Millais were represented by many works,
which were little known but very characteristic.
The exhibition also provided an exceptional
opportunity of studying the development of these
artists, and of rejudging their art in the light of
early achievement when the mannerisms that were
to overtake them individually—and especially
certain of their number—were not yet apparent.
This exhibition is now giving place to one represen-
tative of the art of Blake, of a character more
important than any that has yet been held in the
name of this poet-artist.
walls are of old local
clunch with tile-hanging
and half-timber work
above. The house is
placed in an orchard, and
the lines of the roof have
been brought low, a fea-
ture that adds so much
charm to the traditional
cottage architecture of the
for the three scholarships
in architecture, decorative
painting, and sculpture re-
spectively, at the British
School in Rome, are re-
minded that notification of
their intention must be
sent to the hon. general
secretary of the School, 54
Victoria Street, London,
S.W., accompanied by
certificate of birth, &c., not
later than January 24 next.
COTTAGE AT STEEP, PETERSFIELD. GERALD UNSWORTH (UNSWORTH, SON AND