Studio: international art — 85.1923

Page: 44
DOI issue: DOI article: DOI Page: Citation link: 
https://digi.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/diglit/studio1923/0064
License: Free access  - all rights reserved Use / Order
0.5
1 cm
facsimile
STUDIO-TALK

STUDIO-TALK
(From our own Correspondents)

LONDON.—Following the election of
two painters, Mr. George Lambert
and Mrs. Swynnerton as Associates of the
Royal Academy, a sculptor and an archi-
tect were elected to fill other vacancies in
the same category at a general assembly
held on November 30th—Mr. Alfred
Turner and Mr. Herbert Baker. The for-
mer was assistant to the late Mr. Harry
Bates, A.R.A., and won distinction in the
Royal Academy Schools. Mr. Baker also
studied there before he went to South
Africa in 1892. He has designed many
44

THE GRANDFATHER ” OIL PAINT-
IN G BY ERNEST PROCTER

(Grosvenor Galleries)

important buildings in the Dominion, in-
cluding cathedrals at Cape Town, Pretoria
and Salisbury, and at the present time is
with Sir E. L. Lutyens acting as architect
for the new Delhi, 0 0 0 0

The drawing by Mr. F. Cadogan
Cowper, A.R.A., reproduced opposite is an
early example of that artist's accomplished
draughtsmanship—it was, we believe, exe-
cuted when he was a student at the R.A.
Schools—and though destined to appear
in the now defunct Idler has not, we think,
been published before. 000
Some new rooms have been added to the
Guildhall Art Gallery, where are displayed
the works of art belonging to the Cor-
loading ...