THE STUDIO.




EDITED BY CHARLES HOLME.




Contents, April 15th, 1806.


DETACHED SUPPLEMENT—AUTO-LITHOGRAPH. By Joseph Pennell.
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THE WORK OF ALFRED EAST, R.I. By Frederick Wedmore.
Eleven Illustrations..........................................................................................................133 THE ISLE OF MAN AS A SKETCHING-GROUND. By Archibald
Knox. Seven Illustrations.................................................. 142 THE REVIVAL OF ENGLISH DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE. The
Work of Mr. Ernrst George. Eight Illustrations..............................................147 OSCAR ROTY AND THE ART OF THE MEDALLIST. Eight Illustra
tions ..................................................................................................................................158 A SERIES OF JAPANESE DRAWINGS. Ill-Showery Weather at
Ten-Man Bridge. By Bin-San............................................................................162 ROYAL SOCIETY OF PAINTER-ETCHERS. Six Illustrations . 165 STUDIO-TALK. (From Our Own Correspondents)— London. Three Illustrations . 171 Glasgow..............................................174 Edinburgh. Two Illustrations. 174 St. Ives . . . . .176 Newlyn..............................................177
Birmingham. Three Illustrations. 177 Vienna..............................................178
Paris. Two Illustrations . . 179 Munich........................................180 Dresden........................................181
Brussels. Five Illustrations . 183 Florence. One Illustration . 184 Basle. One Illustration . . 186 Berlin. One Illustration . . 187
REVIEWS OF RECENT PUBLICATIONS. Two Illustrations . . 188 AWARDS IN THE PRIZE COMPETITIONS. Ten Illustrations . . 192 THE LAY FIGURE AT HOME......................................................................196
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