Studio: international art — 78.1919

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war, as most of the drawings reproduced
in it were executed by members of the
Association who have fallen in the strife.
Nearly a dozen of them, representing his-
toric edifices in Italy and France, are by
Sec. Lieut. Alick Hornell, a draughtsman
of singular talent, as was Mr. Philip E.
Webb, whose drawings include a set of
three of S. Francesco, Ravenna. There
is an admirable drawing of Wymondham
Church, Norfolk, by Mr. D. J. Gordon,
and two from Granada by Mr. Alec Stan-
hope Forbes, which attest his artistic gifts.
Capt. Noel Hadwen, Lieut. Hugh Benson,
Sergt. Dowsett, Sec. Lieuts. Bernard
Walsh and Kennedy Smith, and Lieut.
Adrian Hardman are also represented in
this memorial volume, on the title-page
of which is reproduced a striking etching
by Mr. W. Walcot after Bartholdi's Lion
of Belfort. The Sketch Book is issued to
subscribers, and is published at the offices
of the Association in Bedford Square,
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