EDITED BY CHARLES HOLME.
Contents, Oct. 15, 1914
the grosvenor house exhibition of french A«T. By
T. Martin Wood. Eleven Illustrations 3
some etchings by ernest d. roth. Ev E. Madden. Six
Illustrations- - "-.*3'
the wooocut8 of mr. sydney lee, a.r.e. By Malcolm C.
Salaman. Four Illustrations ------ 19
the painting8 of miss hilda fearon. By Charles
Marriott. Seven Illustrations ------ 27
sketching in morocco: a letter from miss hilda
rix. Five Illustrations ------- 35
recent designs in domestic architecture. Seven
lllu trations- 41
studio talk (from cur otvx Correspondents):
London Twelve lllus., 46; Glasgow Four Illus., 59; Nottingham
One Illus., 62 ; Moscow Five lllus., 65 ; Amsterdam Th ee Illus.,
63; Brussels Two Illus., 70; Tokyo Six lllus. - - 75
reviews and notices.......79
the lay figure : On Art and War.....80
SUPPLEMENTS IN COLOUR:
By j. a. d. ingres
" Portrait of Madame Gonse.' (Oil Painting) - Frontispiece
By hilda fearon
"Portrait of Algernon Talmage." (Oil Painting) - 31
By e. hilda rix
" In the Heart of the Soko." (Chalk "Drawing1 - • . 37
gerald unsworth and inigo triggs, Architects.
House at Liphook, Hants. (Perspective) . - -47
By frank brangyvyn, a.r.a., p.r.b.a.
"Alms-houses, Dixmudk, Belgium." (Original Wood En-
graving) -------- 55
By F. h. ball
"Bacchante." (Pen Drawing) ■ - - - 63
By victor rousseau
" Portrait Bust of H.M. the Queen of the Belgians " • 72
"Portrait Bust of H.M. the King of the Belgians " - 73
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