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LONDON.—There was last month, at Welch, Mr. H. J. Pearson, and Mrs.
the Goupil Gallery, an exhibition of Littlejohns; and in the second the
water-colours and drawings by Mr. admirably sincere and well-understood
Borough Johnson which showed to much landscapes by Mr. G. Leon Little, Mr.
advantage the capacities of an artist who Harry Watson's vigorous sketch Mountain
has made a considerable reputation by the Trees and The South Door by Mr. F.
consistent quality of his achievement. Appleyard ; and other capable works came
The works he brought together—sketches from Mr. H. Waite, Mr. Tatton Winter,
and studies in and about Jerusalem—were Mr. H. C. Jarvis, and Mr. Hesketh Hub-
distinguished by marked individuality of bard, a 0 0 a 0 0
outlook and by a delicate precision of Mr. Burleigh Bruhl's exhibition of oil
technical statement which was unusually paintings and water-colours, in the gal-
satisfying ; and they had, too, much leries of the Fine Art Society had an
charm of fresh, luminous colour and a atmosphere of serious and well-considered
convincing sureness of draughtsmanship, effort which made it fully worthy of atten-
As a whole, the collection was exceedingly tion. It gave a good idea of the scope of
attractive. 00000 his practice and of his sincerity as a student
Some interesting works were included in and interpreter of nature, and it showed
the exhibitions of the Old Dudley Art effectively his sympathetic understanding
Society, at the Elliott and Fry Galleries, of her subtleties and her charm. His work
and of the Southern Society of Artists, at is never lacking in power, but it has re-
Walker's Galleries. In the first, the best straint as well and in its manner of
things were Mr. Burleigh Bruhl's water- expression it is always controlled by
colours, At Newnham on Severn, and scholarly taste. 0000
March Morning, Hereford, the delicately Miss N. L. M. Cundell's paintings,
handled landscapes by Mr. J. G. Higgins, at the Redfern Gallery, made a certain
and the oil paintings by Miss Kemp- appeal by their unaffected sincerity of


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