Studio: international art — 78.1919

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BRITISH MARINE PAINTING

THIS Special Number of The Studio will be devoted to a survey of British
Marine Painting during the last hundred years, and will deal with the work of
prominent artists who have addressed themselves to this particular phase of
pictorial art. Both sea and coast subjects will figure amongst the illustrations.
The Work of the following artists will be represented :

J M. W. Turner
W. Clarkson Stanfield,
Copley Fielding
John Constable
David Cox
E. W. Cooke

J. McNeill Whistler
Henry Moore
Napier Hemy
J. Brett
J. C. Hook
H. S. Tuke

Frank Brangwyn
Norman Wilkinson
Charles Pears
Cecil King
Sir John Lavery
W. Russell Flint

There will be sixteen plates in facsimile colours, and about eighty full-page
illustrations in monotone. An important article will be contributed by Mr.
A. L. Baldry. The edition will be strictly limited, and those who desire to
obtain copies should place their orders at once.

Price: In wrappers, 7s. 6d. net; In cloth binding, ios. 6d. net (postage extra: Inland, 6d.; Abroad is.
to is. 6d.) The^work may be obtained through any Bookseller, or direct from the Offices of
“The Studio," 44 Leicester Square, London, W.C.2

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