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  2. Mr. Fred M'Cubbin

    In his present picture, "Down on his Luck," has left all his former work far behind, and raises expectation in no ordinary degree as to what he will yet accomplish. The scene represents a forest glade, with the ...

    Article : 227 words
  3. Art and Artists.

    THE initiatory movement of the Victorian Artists in following the London custom of throwing open the studio to visitors on a cortain day for the inspection of pictures prior to the public exhibition, resulted in a ...

    Article : 486 words
  4. Herr Kahler

    Is forwarding to the coming Exhibition at the Grosvenor Gallery, what will prove to be the most sensational picture of the collection. This is the portrait of the Countess Vetzera, whose romantic suicide with the ...

    Article : 165 words
  5. Mr. J. Longstaff,

    Who won the travailing scholarship of the Melbourne National Gallery, has again distinguished himself by his copy of "Titian's Entombment of Christ," which he has forwarded to the Trustees of the Gallery in ...

    Article : 522 words
  6. Mr. George Walton

    Had his studio crowded with visitors during the whole of the afternoon, all eager to see the Mayor's portrait the excellence of which work of art has already been commented upon in these columns. A second ...

    Article : 78 words
  7. Mr. G. R. Ashton,

    In addition to the picture representing an incident in an iron foundry, to which attention was drawn in last week's TABLE TALK, is at work upon another painting, a girl standing before a mirror attending to some ...

    Article : 84 words
  8. Mr. Charles Conder

    Has a second allegorical picture in hand—The Hot Wind—symbolised by a half draped female figure lying on the ground, and ind[?]tly loaning forward to blow aside the flames of fire issuing from a stand near by, ...

    Article : 80 words
  9. Mr. Tom Roberts

    Presented his fine work—"Jealousy"—which was described in last week's TABLE TALK, in a perfectly finished condition, and the admiration this picture excited was commonsurate with its high artistic value. ...

    Article : 216 words
  10. Mr. John Ford Paterson

    Has completed three landscape for the exhibition; one representing a perfect Paradise of forms; the second, the beautiful "grey" picture of forest scenory which has already been alluded to as a typical example of ...

    Article : 69 words
  11. Mr. Arthur Streeton

    Will be recognised by a large summer landscape which is an excellent illustration of the scenery around Heidelberg; a long undulating plain, which, lying in all the glory of a warm sunny afternoon, appears as a ...

    Article : 93 words



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