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Full text of "The exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts; [catalogue]"

London. Royal Academy of 
Arts 

The exhibition 

1910 



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1910 



Presented to the 
LIBRARY of the 

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



MRS. H.J. CODY 




PRICE ONE SHILLING 



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THE 

EXHIBITION 



OF THE 



oyal Academy of Arts 



MDCCCCX 






The One Hundred and Forty-second 



VM. CLOWES AND SONS, LIMITED, PRINTERS TO THE ROYAL ACADEMY. 



The Exhibition opens the first Monday in May, and closes the 
first Monday in August. 

Hours of Admission from 8 A.M. till 7 P.M. (except on the first 
day, when the doors do not open before 10 A.M.). Hour 
of closing, 7.30 P.M. 

Price of Admission , is. 

Price of Catalogue : Large, with paper cover, is. Small, with 
paper cover, i s. ; Small, bound in cloth, with pencil, is. 6d. 

Season Ticket, $s. 

Visitors are not required to give up their Sticks, Umbrellas or 
Parasols before entering the Galleries ; but they can leave 
them if they wish, with the attendants at the Cloak Room 
in the Entrance Hall. The other attendants are strictly 
forbidden to take charge of anything. 

The Refreshment Room is reached by a staircase leading out 
of the Water Colour Room. 



Catalogues can only be obtained at the Academy. All applica- 
tions for Catalogues to be sent by post must be addressed 
to "The Secretary," and be accompanied by is. \\d. in 
stamps for a paper-covered copy, and is. &/. for a bound 
copy. 

All communications should be addressed to " The Secretary," 
and not to any official by name. 



The Gibson (Sculpture) Gallery and the Diploma Galleries are open 
daily, from n a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission free. 



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ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS IN LONDON, 1910 



HONORARY MEMBERS 
THE MOST REV. W. D. MACLAGAN, D.D., Chaplain 

THE VERT REV. H. D. M. SPENCE-JONES, DEAN OF GLOUCESTER, Professor of Ancient History 
THE VISCOUNT MORLEY, Professor of Ancient Literature 

THE VISCOUNT DILLON, Antiquary 
THE LORD AVEBURY, Secretary for Foreign Correspondence 

HONORARY FOREIGN CORRESPONDING MEMBER 

IL COMMENDATORE GlACOMO BONI 

HONORARY RETIRED ACADEMICIANS 

MACBETH, ROBERT WALKER, ESQ. | SHAW, RICHARD NORMAN, ESQ. 

HONORARY FOREIGN ACADEMICIANS 

BONNAT, LEON i FHEMIET, EMANUEL I LAURENS, JEAN PAUL 

DAGNAN-BOUVERET, P. J. A. ISRAELS, JOSEF MERCIE, ANTONIN 

DETAILLE, J. P. EDOUARD | KNAUS, LUDWIQ 

ACADEMICIANS 



ABBET, EDWIN AUSTIN, ESQ. 

ALMA-TADKMA, SIR LAWRENCE, O.M. 

BELCHER, JOHN, ESQ. 

BROCK, THOMAS, ESQ. 

CLAUSEN, GEORGE, ESQ. 

CROFTS, ERNEST, ESQ., Keeper and Trustee. 

DAVIS, HENRY WM. BANKS, ESQ. 

DICKSEE, FRANK, ESQ. 

FILDES, SIR LUKE 

FRAMPTON, SIR GEORGE JAMES 

Gow, ANDREW C., ESQ. 

GRAHAM, PETER, ESQ. 

HERK.OMER, SIR H. VON, C.V.O. 

JACKSON, THOMAS GRAHAM, ESQ., Treasurer 

and Trustee 

JOHN, WILLIAM GOSCOMBE, ESQ. 
LEADER, BENJAMIN WILLIAMS, ESQ. 
LESLIE, GEORGE DUNLOP, ESQ. 
LUCAS, JOHN SEYMOUR, ESQ. 
MACWHIRTER, JOHN, ESQ. 



MURRAY, DAVID, ESQ. 

OULESS, WALTER WILLIAM, ESQ., Auditor 

POYNTER, SIR EBWARD J., BT., President ana 

Trustee 

RICHMOND, SIR WILLIAM BLAKE, K.C.B. 
RIVIERE, BRITON, ESQ., Trustee 
SANT, JAMES, ESQ. 
SARGENT, JOHN SINGER, ESQ. 
SHANNON, JAMES J., ESQ. 
SOLOMON, SOLOMON J., ESQ. 
STONE, MARCUS, ESQ. 
THORNYCROFT, W. HAMO, ESQ., Auditor 
WATERHOUSE, JOHN WILLIAM, ESQ. 
WATERLOW, SIR ERNEST ALBERT 
WEBB, SIR ASTON, C.B., Auditor 
WOODS, HENRY, ESQ. 
WYLLIE, WILLIAM LIONEL, ESQ. 
YEAMES, WILLIAM FREDERICK, ESQ. 

Librarian 



HONORARY RETIRED ASSOCIATE 

CROWE, EYRE 



BACON, JOHN HENRY FREDK. 
BLOMFIELD, REGINALD T. 
BRAMLEY, FRANK 
BRANGWYN, FRANK 
BROWN, JOHN ALF. ARNESBY 
COLTON, WILLIAM ROBERT 
COPE, ARTHUR STOCKDALE, 

R.A. Elect 

OOWPER, FRANK CADOGAN 
DRURY, EDW. ALFRED BRISCO 
EAST, ALFRED 



ASSOCIATES 

FARQUHARSON, JOSEPH 
FORBES, STANHOPE A., R.A. 
GEORGE, ERNEST [Elect 

HACKER, ARTHUR 
HEMY, CHARLES NAPIER, R.A. 
HENRY, GEORGE [Elect 

LA THANGUE, HENRY HERBERT 
MACKENNAL, BERTRAM 
NORTH, JOHN WILLIAM 
ORPEN, WILLIAM 
PARSONS, ALFRED 



PEGRAM, HENRY ALFRED 
POMBROY, FREDK. WILLIAM 
SHORT, FRANK 
SIMS, CHARLES 
SMYTHE, LIONEL PERCY 
STOKES, ADRIAN 
STOREY, GEORGE ADOLPHUS 
STOTT, EDWARD 
STRANG, WILLIAM 
TUKE, HENRY SCOTT 
WOOD, FRANCIS DERWENT 



PROFESSORS 

Of Painting, SIR W. B. RICHMOND, K.C.B. I Of Anatomy, ARTHUR THOMSON, M.A. 
Of Sculpture, W. R. COLTON, A. Of Chemistry, SIR ARTHUR HERBERT CHU 

Of Architecture, REGINALD T. BLOMFIELD, A. I K.C.V.O., F.R.S. 
Teacher of Perspective, GEOKGE A. STOREY, A. 

SECRETARY 

FRED. iA. EATON 




THE 

EXHIBITION 

OF THE 

Royal Academy of Arts 

MDCCCCX 



The One Hundred and Forty-second 



" Le fond de tout est toujours ceci : qu'il faut qu'un homme 
soit touche d'abord pour pouvoir toucher les autres." JEAN 
FRANCOIS MILLET. 



LONDON 
WILLIAM CLOWES AND SONS, LIMITED 

PRINTERS TO THE ROYAL ACADEMY 

{Entered at Stationers' Hall\ 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

7 
ii 



Oil Paintings. 

GALLERY I. (Nos. 1-67) ... 
II. (Nos. 68-116) 

III. (Nos. 117-198) 14 

,, IV. (Nos. 199-259) 19 

V. (Nos. 260-318) 22 

VI. (Nos. 319-375) 25 

VII. (Nos. 376-445) 28 

VIII. (Nos. 446-495) 33 

IX. (Nos. 496-654) 36 

X. (Nos. 655-714) 43 

XI. (Nos, 715-777) 46 



Water Colours. 

WATER COLOUR ROOM 
(Nos, 



50 




Miniatures. 

PAGE 

WATER COLOUR iRooM 62 
(Nos. 1032-1263) ...... 



Etchings, Drawings, and 
Engravings. 

BLACK AND WHITE ROOM 
(Nos. 1264-1407) 73 

Architectural Drawings. 

ARCHITECTURAL ROOM 
(Nos. 1408-1676) 81 

Sculpture. 

CENTRAL HALL (Nos. 

1677-1712) 99 

LECTURE ROOM (Nos. 

I7I3-I922) 102 



NOTICE TO ARTISTS. 

(1.) TIME FOR, AND MODE OF, SENDING IN WORKS. All Works intended for the Annual 
Exhibition of the Royal Academy MUST BE PUNCTUALLY SENT THERE ON ONE OF 
THE DAYS FIXED FOR THEIR RECEPTION. All Works must be delivered at Burling- 
ton Gardens Entrance. None will be received at Piccadilly Entrance. Hours for the 
reception of Works, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. , 

All Works sent from the country or from abroad must be consigned to an Agent in London 
for delivery at the Academy, unpacked, on one of the appointed days. No Works in cases will 
be received ; nor will the expenses of carriage be defrayed by the Academy. The attention 
of Foreign Artists and of English Artists residing in the country and abroad is especially 
called to this regulation. 

(2.) MODE OF DESCRIBING WORKS. All the Works sent by each Artist must be entered on a 
printed form duly filled in with the Name (Christian and Surname in full, signed by the Artist) 
and Address of the Artist, the Titles and Descriptions of the Works as they are to be inserted 
in the Catalogue, and the Price if it is desired to place them on Sale. These forms must 
be sent under cover addressed to " The Secretary." No Advertisement, Unnecessary Quota- 
tion or Narrative, can be admitted. 

At the back of each Frame must be written the Name and Address of the Artist, with the 
Title or Description of the Picture, and the Number (if there be more than one) to which it 
refers in his or her list. This information must also be repeated, with great distinctness ana 
accuracy, on a Label attached by a string to the top of each frame, and made to hang over in 
front, as also to each piece of Sculpture. 

It is necessary that these Regulations, more especially the last, should be strictly complied 
with, in order to avoid delay and inconvenience, as well as inaccuracy in the Catalogue. 

The Forms and Labels can be procured (during the month of March only) from the Academy 
Applications for them made by letter must be accompanied by a stamped and addressed 
envelope for their enclosure. 

(3.) NUMBER OF WOK-KS ALLOWED. No Artist is allowed to send or exhibit more than Three 
different Works. 

(4.) SIZE OF FRAMES, MARGINS, &c. Each Picture, or Drawing, must be in a separate Frame, 
or, i/a series of Drawings from one Story be at any time admitted in the same Frame, they 
must be enumerated as distinct pieces. A case of Miniatures or Sculptured Gems will be 
considered as one Work, provided the size of the case does not exceed six inches by five 
inches ; and a case of Medals and Plaques, each of which is not more than seven inches in its 
widest dimensions, will be considered as one Work, provided the size of the case does not 
exceed three feet bv four feet. 

All Pictures and Drawings must be in Gilt Frames. Miniatures in frames set with jewels 
are inadmissible. Oil pictures must not be sent in under glass, but any Oil Picture not more 
than six feet sight measurement in its largest dimensions, obtaining a place on the line, may 
have a glass put over it if so desired on an appointed day before the opening of the Exhibition, 
of which due notice will be given. Excessive breadth in frames or margins, as well as projecting 
mouldings may prevent pictures and drawings obtaining the situation they otherwise merit. Oval 
frames should be avoided, as they are difficult of arrangement. Reliefs should be framed. 

(5.) WORKS INADMISSIBLE. No Works which have been already publicly exhibited in 
London ; no Copies of any kind (excepting Paintings in Enamel, and Impressions from 
unpublished Medals, in which case the name of the Original Designer must be specified) ; no 
mere Transcripts of the objects of Natural History ; no Vignette Portraits in oil ; and no 
Engravings or Etchings that have been published six months, can be received. 

(6.) SELECTION OF WORKS. All Works sent for Exhibition are submitted to the judgment of the 
Council, whose decision is final, and is officially communicated by letter to every contributor. 

(7.) SALE OF WORKS. The Prices of Works to be disposed of may be communicated to the 
Secretary, and will be entered in the Price Catalogues placed in one of the Galleries. 
Communications with regard to the Price and Sale of Works must in all cases be made 
by the Artist, and be addressed in writing to " The Secretary." All purchases will be 
registered, but the Academy can undertake no responsibility with regard either to the 
payment for the Works purchased, or for their delivery to the purchaser. 

(8.) CLOSE OF THE EXHIBITION DELIVERY OF WORKS. Before the closing of the Exhibition 
everyo Artist will receive a separate Printed Order for the Delivery of each exhibited Work. 
This trder must be properly filled in and signed by the Artist, and presented by the person 
sent o claim the Work, who must sign a receipt for it in a book provided for the purpose. 
No Work will be delivered up without the production of the Order. The Academy will not 
undertake to pack or forward any Work. 

All Works must be removed within ten days from the closing of the Exhibition. 

(9.) PRIVILEGES OF EXHIBITORS. Each Exhibitor is entitled to a Ticket of Admission to 
the Exhibition, as also to the ensuing Winter Lectures and Winter Exhibition of Old Masters 
These tickets can only be obtained by personal application at the Royal Academy. 

When Works are described as the joint performance of several Artists, the first mentioned 
in the description will alone be entitled to the above Tickets. 

*** EVERY POSSIBLE CARE WILL BE TAKEN OF WORKS SENT FOR EXHI- 
BITION, BUT THE ROYAL ACADEMY WILL NOT HOLD ITSELF ACCOUNTABLE 
ANY CASE OF INJURY OR LOSS. 



CATALOGUE. 



The Prices of Works may be ascertained at the tables in the Vestibule. 
(See paragraphs 7 and 8 in the " Notice to Exhibitors:'} 

The Numbers of the Works follow from Left to Right, the first Number 
being next the Door. 

R.A. Royal Academician . A. Associate. 



GALLERY No. I. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 1- 67). 



1 MME. HARTL Tom Roberts 

2 A VEDETTE OF THE ROYAL DRAGOONS : 

Peninsular War James P. Beadle 

3 BLACK AND SILVER. Diploma work, 

deposited on his election as an 

Academician J. f. Shannon, R.A. 

4 LAMORNA S. f. Lamorna Birch 

5 CHATTERTON " The sleepless soul " Windsor Fry 

6 A SAUCER OF MILK /. Walter West 

7 PORTRAIT OF THE PAINTER'S 

MOTHER G. A. Storey, A. 

8 A DAY IN LATE AUTUMN Edward W. Waite 



8 GALLERY No. I. [1910 

9 THE Kiss OF FAREWELL J. H. F. Bacon, A. 

10 THE HON. MRS. BLYTH Arthur Hacker -, A. 

11 AN ISLAND ON THE VENETIAN 

LAGOONS Hilda Montalba 

12 DIVES AND LAZARUS Marian Robilliard 

13 THE CHURCH POOL, Bettws-y-Coed B. W. Leader, R.A. 

14 "SPRING SPREADS ONE GREEN LAP 

OF FLOWERS" .J. W. Waterhouse, R.A. 

15 BABY AND THE PARROT Arthur Garratt 

1 6 DIVES AND LAZARUS D. Gordon Shields 

17 VALLEY OF THE LIANE, Pas-de-Calais 

H. W. B. Davis, R.A. 

18 Miss SYLVIA MYERS ... ... J. J. Shannon, R.A. 

19 THE PLOUGHED FIELD Lionel Birch 

20 .ROUND ISLAND Hon. Duff Tollemache 

21 AUTUMN IN THE VALLEY OF THE 

SEINE Alfred East, A. 

22 CAMPANULAS Annette Elias 

23 ADELINE Mabel G. Dicker 

24 THE MACKEREL SHAWL Algernon Talmage 

25 JUNE Clewin Harcourt 

26 HAWKCOMBE VALLEY, PORLOCK, 

Somerset A. Carruthers Gould 

27 MRS. ARTHUR HERZ Frank Dicksee, R.A. 

28 THE GATES OF THE FOREST: 

Evening /. MacWhirter, R.A. 






GALLERY No. I. 



29 "SANCTUARY OF THE MADONNA 

OF PEACE," Lake of Como /. MacWhirter, R.A. 

30 COLD FLOWS THE WINTER RIVER Harry W. Adams 

31 "THERE WAS A VEIL PAST WHICH 

I COULD NOT SEE" Arthur Hacker, A. 

32 THE BLACK VEIL Edyth S. Rackham 

33 DREAM DAYS Kate E. Olver 

34 BETTY BEST Walter Urwick 

35 GOLDEN AUTUMN James Henry 

36 THE VEGETABLE-SHOP Stanhope A. Forbes ', R.A. Elect 

37 UNA POVERETTA Henry Woods ^ R.A. 

38 WHEN THE HEART is YOUNG ... Gunning King 

39 THE YARE Arch. H. Elphinstone 

40 BIRDS OF A FEATHER George Pirie 

41 THE HON. SIR ERIC BARRINGTON, 

K.C.B William Orfen, A. 

42 TRISTESSE- /. P. Laurens, H.F.A. 

43 UNDER THE WILLOWS ... George Graham 

44 LADY BATES ... Arthur T. Nowell 

45 CHANGING PASTURE David C. Jenkins 

46 A PORTRAIT Arthur S. Cope^ A. 

47 PLYMOUTH C. Napier Hemy, A. 

48 COLONEL ALFRED J. HOPKINS, 

Mayor of St. Marylebone, 1908-9 Frank C. King 

49 COCKINGTON FISHPONDS Seymour Mecredy 



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GALLERY No. I. [1910 



50 POLLY, daughter of Edwin S. 

Webster, Esq John da Costa 

51 FROM A LONDON BACK WINDOW 

IN WINTER George Clausen, R.A. 

52 NOONTIDE Osmund Pittman 

53 MRS. FRANK PEARCE Frank O. Salisbury 

54 THE MILL, Littlehampton Edward King 

55 "IT WAS THE TIME OF ROSES, WE 

PLUCKED THEM AS WE PASSED" C. Halford 

56 A WOOD-NYMPH George Clausen, R.A. 

57 DRY WEATHER IN APRIL ... H. W. B. Davis, R.A. 

58 NEAR AVIGNON, France H. Hiighes-Stanton 

59 SLIPPING OUT WITH THE EBB W. L. Wyllie, R.A. 

60 THE PASSER-BY Eva Roos 

61 SISTERS Fred Stead 

62 OLIVE, daughter of James Ismay, 

Esq Mary L. Waller 

63 MRS. CHARLES BELL Frank T. Copnall 

64 ON THE BURE AT WROXHAM ... Alfred Parsons, A. 

65 MRS. GEORGE MAVROGORDATO ... Ralph Peacock 

66 PROFESSOR H. A. STRONG. Pre- 

sentation portrait G. Hall Neale 

67 MRS. ALFRED ILLINGWORTH ... Fred Yates 



( ii ) 






GALLERY No. II. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 68-116). 



68 IN THE HOUSE OF SIMON THE 

PHARISEE I. L. Gloag 

69 A FINE NOVEMBER AFTERNOON ... /. W. North, A. 

70 AT THE FOUNTAIN Henry Woods, R.A. 

71 THE WHITE ROOM Hilda Fearon 

72 FALLEN AMONG THIEVES Arthur War die 

73 A SUFFOLK SAND-PIT M. E. Atkins 

74 OLIVIA, daughter of Norman Forbes- 

Robertson, Esq Edmond Brock 

75 GALLOWAY: "Where the cloud 

shadows trail" T. Hodgson Liddell 

76 JUNE AT THE FARM Elizabeth forbes 

77 THE LADY INVERCLYDE ... Frank Dicksee, R.A. 

78 SPRING Mark Senior 

79 AWAITING SPRING'S RETURN R. Vicat Cole 

80 LOOKING DOWN THE WYE ... H. W. B. Davis, R.A. 

8 1 AMONG THE OLIVES OF SIRMIONE Lewis C. Powles 

82 A FARM AT SERRA VALLE, Veneto Henry Woods, R.A. 



12 GALLERY No. II. [1910 

83 A FUGITIVE Briton Riviere, R.A. 

" As steals the day upon the night." Shakespeare. 

84 BLOSSOMS H. Macbeth- Raeburn 

8 5 RIVALS Creswell H. Desmond 

86 ROSEMARY, daughter of Arthur 

Cohen, Esq William Llewellyn 

87 REFLECTIONS Mouat Loudan 

88 THE ARTIST'S WIFE Osmund Pittman 

89 NORA, daughter of J. Henry Watherston, Esq. 

Evelyn Watherston 

90 VALLEY SENTINELS ... Harry W. Adams 

91 BLUE AND GOLD: the dunes of- 

Flanders F. Spenlove-Spenlove 

92 THE RT. HON. SIR HUDSON E. 

KEARLEY, BT Sir H. von Herkomer^ R.A. 

93 THE PIER-HEAD ... Stanhope A. Forbes , R.A. Elect 

94 THE JOY OF LIFE Horace Middleton 

95 THE SPRING DAY Owen Bowen 

96 GEORGE SUTTON, ESQ. Presenta- 

tion port? 'ait Sir Luke Fildes, R.A. 

97 STOURHEAD Yeend King 

" There is a quiet spirit in these woods." 

98 Miss FLORENCE LINDEN ... Thomas W. Hol^ate 

99 EAST AND WEST Walter E, Webster 



GALLERY No. II. 13 



100 FLATTERY ............... C. E. Perugini 

101 EDWIN A. ABBEY, ESQ. R.A. ... 

The late Sir W. Q. Orchardson, R.A. 

102 THE CRISIS ............... Donald Maxwell 

103 MRS. SINCLAIR THOMPSON J. Seymour Lucas > R.A. 

104 A MOORLAND CROFT ...... Peter Graham^ R.A. 

105 BREEZY HOLLAND ............ James Henry 

106 EDWARD LIVEING, ESQ., M.D. 

Presentation portrait ... Walter W. <9#&f.r, R.A. 

107 GLACIER STREAMS ...... John S. Sargent, R.A. 

1 08 THE TEA-PARTY ............ Garnet Wolseley 

109 TOURBILLON AND VALERE ......... Sydney Lee 

no GEORGE ALEXANDER, ESQ. Sir Luke Fildes^ R.A. 

in MORNING SUNSHINE : Caudebec- 

en-Caux ............... William M. Palin 

112 MAURICE HEWLETT, ESQ. ... Maurice Greiffenhagen 

113 LOCH VENNACHER ............ Archibald Kay 

114 OPHELIA ........... ./. W. Waterhouse, R.A. 

115 THE SHORE BY A SOUTHERN SEA J. Herbert Snell 

116 THE LADY OF THE CASTLE ...Z. Campbell Taylor 



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GALLERY No. III. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 117-198). 



117 YOUNG APRIL Lucy Kemp- Welch 

118 "AND MOCKS MY LOSS OF LIBERTY " 

Blake Frank Bramley^ A. 

119 AFTER THE STORM B. W. Leader^ R.A. 

120 H.H. THE GAEKWAR OF BARODA Samuel R. Samuel 

121 THE MISSES M Sholto J. Douglas 

122 SIR JOHN BADDELEY, J.P., Sheriff 

of London 1908-9 J. H. JF. Bacon, A. 

123 "WINTER COMES WITH STORMY 

BLAST" Joseph Farquharson, A. 

124 A GLEAM OF SUNSHINE AMONGST 

THE CONISTON MOUNTAINS fames H. Grassland 

125 BETWEEN THE SHOWERS /. Coutts Michie 

126 His MAJESTY KING EDWARD VII. 

Painted for the Royal Academy. 

Sir E.J. Poynter, ^/.,-P.R.A. 

127 THE COLD NORTH The late John M. Swan, R.A. 

128 GLEN DOCHART Niels M. Lund 

129 HIGHLAND SHEEP John R. K Diiff 

130 MRS. G. F. MASON A. E. Brockbank 



I 9 io] GALLERY No. III. 15 

131 THE RT. HON. SIR JOHN BRUNNER, BT., LL.D. 

Arthur Hacker , A. 

132 WHERE THE WIND AND THE 

WAVES AND A LONE SHORE 

MEET David Murray ', R.A. 

133 ROUGE ET NOIR = Edward Patry 

134 THE PICNIC W. Dacres Adams 

135 EVE'S DREAM Sir W. JB. Richmond, R.A. 

" Along I passed through ways 
That brought me on a sudden to the Tree 
Of interdicted knowledge . . . 
On that Tree he also gazed. 

And ' Oh ! Fair Plant,' he said, 'with Fruit surcharged, 
Deigns none to ease thy load and taste thy sweet, 
Nor God nor Man ? is knowledge so despised ? ' ' 

136 ALBANIAN OLIVE-GATHERERS John S. Sargent, R.A. 

137 BY THE SEA ' E. Phillips Fox 

138 THE Music OF PAN Henwood Blarney 

139 A PORTRAIT Sir Luke Fildes, R.A 

140 THE HEAD OF THE POOL ... H. W. B. Davis, R.A. 

141 "TILL DEATH us DEPART" ... Sigismund Goetze 

142 CERIDWEN Christopher Williams 

143 THE LATE MARQUESS OF RIPON, K.G., 

Chancellor of the University of 
Leeds. Presented by ptiblic subscrip- 
tion to the University ... Sir If. von Herkomer^ R.A. 

144 THE RIVER TORRIDGE, North 

Devon Sir E. A. Water low, R.A. 



16 GALLERY No. III. [1910 

145 "GwEN," daughter of Robert J. 

Daniell, Esq Frank Daniell 

146 "THE DAY PASSES SLOWLY AND 

SOFTLY BUT SURELY AWAY" ... Claude jF. Barry 

147 THE WITCH Creswell H. Desmond 

148 THE LORD BLYTH OF BLYTHSWOOD. 

Presentation portrait 

The late Sir W. Q. Orchardson, R.A. 

149 THROUGH SEA AND AIR ... C. Napier Hemy^ A. 

150 LIEUT. C. J. F. LEECH, R.F.A. William J. Leech 

151 "SOUVENIR" : family portrait group Will C. Penn 

152 WILLIAM LONGAIR, Ex-Lord Provost 

of Dundee Solomon J. Solomon^ R.A. 

153 HEATHER: Scottish highlands J. MacWhirter, R.A. 

154 A PORTRAIT IN PINK AND BLUE Hal Hurst 

155 WOODLAND FROLIC fohn Bowie 

156 RICHARD BURBIDGE, ESQ J. H. F. Bacon^ A. 

157 THE GREEN POOL Alfred East ', A. 

158 MRS. PHILIP RADCLIFFE George F. Bird 

159 ROUGH WEATHER /. L. Pickering 

1 60 ON THE WINDY DUNES ... F. Stuart Richardson 

161 CUTTING FURZE BAVINS ... H. H. La Thangue, A. 

162 THE DAWN OF A NEW FAITH ... fames Sant, R.A. 

163 THE LORD BURNHAM... Sir H. von Herkomer, R.A. 






GALLERY No. III. 17 

164 LOVE AND TIME William A. Chase 

165 THE MISSING GALLEY Charles W. Wyllie 

166 MRS. FREDERICK MONTAGU J.J. Shannon, R.A. 

167 COUCH BURNERS Arthur Hacker, A. 

1 68 SUNRISE H. Musgrave 

169 BOZAN G. Spencer Watson 

170 J. MACDONALD CAMERON, ESQ., of 

Balintraid Edwin A. Ward 

171 THE GOLDEN BAY, Lulworth David Miirray, R.A. 

172 MRS. LEWIS HIND Florence K. Upton 

173 Miss MARIE JONES Gilbert Rogers 

174 THE PRESENCE Alfred E. Borthwick 

175 SIR GRIFFITH THOMAS .../". Seymotir Lucas, R.A. 

176 A BRIDLE PATH Peter Graham, R.A. 

177 COLONEL E. HILDRED CARLILE, M.P. 

Arthur S. Cope, A. 

178 ON THE TRACK OF A FUGITIVE Ernest Crofts, R.A. 

179 MRS. CYPRIAN BRIDGE Hon. John Collier 

1 80 EARLY SPRING : Askwith, Wharfedale William Greaves 

181 MRS. CHARLES CLARKE AND HER SON 

Maud Hall Neale 

182 THE GOOD SAMARITAN Edward Stott, A. 



i8 GALLERY No. III. [1910 

183 LADY BELL Sir W. B. Richmond, R.A. 

184 THE VOICE OF SPRING Sir L. Alma-Tadema, R.A. 

185 HOLYDAY IN ESSEX George W.Lambert 

1 86 "WHEN CLOUDS COME SAILING 

OVER THE SEA: Land's End ... Claude F. Barry 

187 CORFE CASTLE Arthur Streeton 

188 IDLE MOMENTS W. Lee Hankey 

189 RICHARD ATKINSON ROBINSON, ESQ. 

Presentation portrait 

The late Sir W. Q. Orchardson, R.A. 

190 A STORY OF THE ARMADA Andrew C. Gow, R.A. 

191 THE LITTLE WHITE MILL ... G. D. Leslie, R.A. 

192 MOTHER AND DAUGHTER Richard Jack 

193 THE SONATA Rupert C. W. Bimny 

194 THE REV. S. R. DRIVER, D.D., 

Regius Professor of Hebrew, and 
Canon of Christ Church, Oxford. 
Presentation portrait Briton Riviere, R.A. 

195 MRS. HAYES SADLER Charles Sims, A. 

196 ALEXANDER GUTHRIE, ESQ. Pre- 

sentation portrait ... Walter W. Ouless, R.A. 

197 THE GRAND CANAL, Venice R. Gwelo Goodman 

198 LADY MARKHAM ... Sir E.J. Poynter, Bt., P.R.A. 



GALLERY No. IV. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 199-259). 



199 THE WATER'S EDGE Gertrude M. Curtis 

200 Miss HILDA BENDON G. Spencer Watson 

201 ARRIVAL OF MAIL-BOAT : Algiers Isaac Snowman 

202 THE LORD JAMES OF HEREFORD. 

Presentation portrait A. Chevallier Tayler 

203 MEMORIES Sophia T. Beanlands 

204 FREDERICK CLEEVES, ESQ. ... Toseph H. Bentley 

205 THE LACE SHAWL Gabriel Nico let 

206 A GREEK CHURCH: Corfu ... W. G. von Glehn 

207 HAMILTON BANK W. L. Wyllie^.A.. 

208 IN MEMORIAM : The Solent, February 

1901 Norman Wilkinson 

209 MR. D. C Aranka Szvatek 

210 MID-DAY REST: Umbria Edward Mills 

211 THE LITTLE GIRL AT THE DOOR Harriet Halhed 

212 CODRINGTON CRAWSHAY, ESQ. 

Presentation portrait Oswald Birley 

213 WINE Frank Brangwyn, A. 



20 GALLERY No. IV. [1910 

214 THE HILL-TOP Tom Mostyn 

215 Miss DAISY DE POMEROY Louise Jopling 

216 THE EARL CARRINGTON, K.G., 

G.C.M.G. Presentation portrait Arthur S. Cope> A. 

217 FROM UNDER THE SEA W. L. Wyllie^.K. 

218 FALLING LEAVES Fred Hall 

219 THE SCARBOROUGH FLEET Arthur /. W. Burgess 

220 SHEEP-WASHING IN STAFFORD- 

SHIRE George Phanix 

221 SIR CHARLES WYNDHAM G. Leigh Hunt 

222 GLEN ASHDALE, Arran John R. Reid 

" At noon the fisher seeks the glen." 

223 GENERAL H. R. ABADIE, C.B.... John H. Lander 

224 "AND SOME FELL BY THE WAY- 

SIDE" John C. Dollman 

22$ Miss JUDITH BERESFORD P. A. Hay 

226 OLD " HEATHERLEY'S " E. Philip Cornish 

227 FRANK BIBBY, ESQ. Presentation 

portrait ... Sir Luke Fildes^ R . A . 

228 SILVER MORNING. Purchased by 

the President and Council of the 
Royal Academy under the terms 
of the Chantrey Bequest ...Arnesby Brown^ A. 

229 THE WATCHERS : " TILL THE DAY 

BREAK" F. Spenlove-Spenlove 

230 THE PEELING OF AN ORANGE ... Alice Beach 

231 SIR HENRY MORRIS, BART., Pre- 

sident of the Royal College of 

Surgeons, England, 1906-9 Walter W. Ouless^ R.A. 



1910] GALLERY No. IV. 21 

232 THE FIRST FIGHT FOR INDEPENDENCE 

(Lexington Common, Mass., U.S.A.), 

April 19, 1775 W. B. Wollen 

233 PORTRAIT OF A LADY John da Costa 

234 LOW-TIDE WORK Cornelius Wagner 

235 GENERAL SIR BINDON BLOOD, G.C.B. G. Hall Neale 

236 UNDER TIIZ TREES Ernest Parton 

237 ROBERT FOWLER, ESQ F. Waldo Murray 

238 PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST ... Mary Edis 

239 "THE SUMMER NIGHT THAT 

PAUSED AMONG HER STARS " Hon. John Collier 

240 THE COUNTESS OF MAR AND 

KELLIE William Llewellyn 

241 IN THE VERY END OF HARVEST Elizabeth Forbes 

242 ARTHUR SOMERVILLE, ESQ. ... Catherine Ouless 

243 AN EASTERN MARKET Arderne Clarence 

244 A MISTY COOMBE, Sussex Downs Elsa N. Dalglish 

245 MRS. TOM MILLS Herbert Schmalz 

246 SIR WALTER GILBEY, BART. 

Sir Philip Burne-Jones, fit. 

247 GRACE, daughter of Lupton Topham, Esq. 

Frank Dicksee^ R.A. 

248 NOEL TRELAWNEY, son of Dr. T. R. Glynn 

/. V. R. Parsons 

249 PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST ... William Paddock 

250 THE SENTINEL Margaret Collyer 

251 LA JouRNfiE FINIE Thomas F. M. Shear d 



22 GALLERY No. IV. [1910 

252 PORTRAIT GROUP JohnM.Aiken 

253 THE HILL-TOP C. H. H. Burleigh 

254 FLEMING GOUGH, ESQ Rose D. Bonnor 

255 THE FLAG T. C. Gotch 

256 H.M. KING EDWARD VII. KNIGHTING 

ALDERMAN WILLIAM S. GROSSMAN, 
Lord Mayor of Cardiff, July 13, 1907. 
Painted for the Corporation of the City 
of Cardiff W. Hatherell 

257 A SHORT CUT TO COVER Robert H. Buxton 

258 MOONLIGHT ON MOUNTS BAY B. Eastlake Leader 

259 THE RT. HON. A. AKERS-DOUGLAS, M.P. 

Presentation portrait ... Arthur S. Cope^ A. 



GALLERY No. V. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 260-318). 



260 THE LADY MAUD BOWES-LYON W. Paget 

261 GOLD AND SILVER Frank Walton 

262 HOWARD Fox, of Falmouth ... Henry S. T^ike^ A. 

263 MRS. ALFRED MOND Oswald Birley 

264 " MARK ! ! WOODCOCK FORRARD ! " Algernon Talmage 



1910] GALLERY No. V. 23 

265 HARVEST-TIME AT EAST LINTON Robert Noble 

266 THE CHILDREN'S HOUR ... A. Chevallier Tayler 

267 G. D. LESLIE, ESQ., R.A Edmond Brock 

268 WOODLAND SOLITUDE William Kiddier 

269 THE TWELFTH Thomas Blinks 

270 DAWN IN WINTER Adrian Stokes, A. 

27 1 SIR JULIUS WERNHER, BT. Sir H. von Herkomer, R.A. 

272 CALM Edmund G. Fuller 

273 THE ARBOUR E. Phillips Fox 

274 MID-OCEAN C. Napier Hemy, A. 

Mirabiles elationes maris ; mirabilis in altis Dominus. Ps. 93 

275 CAPTAIN RALPH SLAZENGER, 

Sheriff of London, 1910 J. H. F. Bacon^ A. 

276 THE FLATS OF SUSSEX D. Murray Smith 

277 HEATHER AND HILLS : Ross-shire Finlay Mackinnon 

278 THE YOUNG POACHER Robert Fowler 

279 MORNING SUNSHINE Alfred East^ A. 

280 THE HUNTRESS George Wetherbee 

281 THE RIGHT HON. SIR ALFRED 

LYALL, K.C.B., G.C.I.E. Christopher Williams 

282 THE EDGE OF THE LAKE Fred Stratton 

283 THE LONG GALLERY, Aston Hall, 

Warwickshire Edith E. Matthews 

284 THE RIGHT REV. THE LORD 

BISHOP OF WINCHESTER, Prelate 

of the Order of the Garter ... Richard Jack 



24 GALLERY No. V. [1910 

285 FRUIT AND FLOWERS Alfred Parsons, A. 

286 "THE FLEET OF ENGLAND is HER 

ALL-IN-ALL" Arthur J. W. Burgess 

287 THOMAS GUTHRIE, ESQ Eli D. Maybee 

288 DOROTHY, daughter of J. C. Buckstone, Esq. 

Hester Butler 

289 JAMES HALL RENTON, ESQ. ... Henry S. Tuke, A. 

290 THE RATHHAUS PORTAL, Rothenburg 

C. Tatter shall Dodd 

291 THE LETTER Anne K. Robertson 

292 THE VIOLINIST William Strang, A. 

293 SUNSET Sir E. A. Waterlow, R.A. 

294 MAJOR H. GORDON LEAHY .... George F. Bird 

295 AN INTERESTING STUDY Henry T. Schafer 

296 H. S. HEMSLEY, ESQ. Edwin R. Crosse 

297 SUNLIGHT Winifred M. Horton 

298 PRESENTATIO N PICTURE TO T. 

BUTT MILLER, ESQ., M.F.H., 

from the V.W.H. Hunt Helena (Countess) Gleichen 

299 " THE REAR GUARD " James P. Beadle 

Crawfurd's Light Brigade faces about once more to 

hold back the enemy, during the retreat from Spain of 

Sir John Moore's army, eventually to be victorious at 
Corunna. 

300 THE LORD RENDLESHAM Arthur S. Cope> A. 

301 LAGO DI PIANO, Val Menaggio David Murray r , R.A. 

302 WORK AT SUNDOWN : Concarneau Terrick Williams 

303 STANBOROUGH MARSH H. Mitton Wilson 



GALLERY No. V. 25 



304 HER GRACE THE DUCHESS OF BUCCLEUCH. 

Presentation portrait ...... J. J. Shannon^ R.A. 

305 SPRING BLOSSOMS TO THE MOUNTAIN'S 

SNOWS ............ David Murray ^ R.A. 

306 THE WOODMAN'S HOME ......... R. Vicat Cole 

307 THE WIDOW'S Cow ......... Ernest H. Rigg 

308 MRS. FIELDEN ......... ... George Henry -, A. 

309 A YORKSHIRE VALE: Winter ... Ernest H. Rigg 

310 FAIR DAFFODILS ............ Emma Magnus 

311 OLD TREES: Isle of Man ...... E. Stewart Wood 

312 LE FAOT)ET : Dimanche ...... J. Y. Dawbarn 

313 THE POOL ........ ....... Harry Watson 

314 SUNSET .................. Adrian Stokes , A. 

315 THE PAINTER'S WIFE ...... Charles D. Ward 

316 THE ROAD TO THE FARM ......... Alfred Hart 

317 INTERIOR : Writers to the Signet 

Library, Edinburgh ......... Patrick W. Adam 

318 THE VIEW FROM THE BUNGALOW, 

Rivington, Lancashire ...... Alfred East^ A. 



GALLERY No. VI. 



OIL PAINTINGS- (Nos. 319-375). 



319 THE PEACEMAKER Hey wood Hardy 

320 W'ILLIAM KELWAY, ESQ Harold Knight 

321 THE SLEEP OF SUMMER ... E. Reginald Frampton 

322 CARTING H. Mitton Wilson 



26 GALLERY No. VI. [1910 

323 COMPANIONS Cuthbert Gnmdy 

324 THE REV. F. L. WISEMAN. Presentation 

portrait Arthur T. Nowell 

325 A ROMAUNT Ernest Board 

3 2 6 % LOVE D i VINE Grenville Manton 

327 VIOLET, daughter of Mrs. Frederick 

Hudson Margaret Dov as ton 

328 APOLLO AND DAPHNE Harold Speed 

329 H. COSMO BONSOR, ESQ Herbert Draper 

330 IRELAND William J. Leech 

331 T. C. SIMMONDS, ESQ Ernest Townshend 

332 THE CAMP OF THE AMERICAN 

ARMY AT VALLEY FORGE, Feb. 
1778. Painted for the State 
Capitol of Pennsylvania ... Edwin A. Abbey ', R.A. 

" Strong Mother of a Lion-line 
Be proud of those strong sons of thine 
Who wrench'd their rights from thee ! " Tennyson. 

333 THE ISLAND Helen R. Wilson 

334 J. HUGGAN, ESQ John W. Brooke 

335 CASTLE AND RIVER, Chepstow ... Beatrice Bland 

336 THE HON. LADY TALBOT Gerald Kelly 

337 SUNSET AT THE LAND'S END ... fulius Olsson 

338 MRS. E. V. HUXTABLE Grenville Manton 

339 MARGARET, daughter of Blackburne Doe, Esq. 

Moussa Ayoub 

340 PHILIP Charles A. Buchel 

341 HER TASK Harry Straker 






I9io] GALLERY No. VI. 27 

342 KATHLEEN Kathleen Streatfeild 

343 THE PICNIC Walter Dobson 

344 A FISHING-HAVEN IN CORNWALL Algernon Pons 

345 MRS. DOUGLAS SCOTT Frank Craig 

346 SIR MAURICE FITZGERALD, Knight 

of Kerry, Bt., C.V.O. ... William Orpen, A. 

347 THE MORNING-ROOM Harry Morley 

348 MORNING IN THE WOODS William Redworth 

349 PEARLS FOR KISSES Fred Appleyard 

350 J. HERBERT LAURENCE, ESQ. ... Muriel Hardy 

351 LADY PURCELL Arthiir T. NowelZ 

352 MARY LOGSDAIL William Logsdail 

353 THE ROAD BY THE LAKE : Westwick, 

Norfolk Miller Smith 

354 HAY-TIME IN HOLLAND W. B agnail Gelder 

355 THE INTERLUDE Fredk. V. Poole 

356 AUTUMN SUNLIGHT Horace Fisher 

357 MOYRA AND ENID, daughters of 

Lady Maud Ramsden William Logsdail 

358 SEPTEMBER Helen M. Mackenzie 

359 THE INTRUDER Arthur H. Biickland 

360 BOYS Laura Knight 

361 THE LATE MAJOR-GENERAL SIR 

HENRY COLVILE, K.C.M.G. ... Ernest B or des 

362 FRANK BENSON, ESQ. For Stratford- 

on-Avon Hugh G. Riviere 

363 Miss ELEANORE GARY W. G. von Glehn 



28 GALLERY No. VI. [1910 

364 PORTRAIT OF Miss N. ... Hugh de T. Glazebrook 

365 SPRING LAUGHING AT WINTER Frederick G. Swaish 

366 THE ENCHANTED SHORE ... Rowland Wheelwright 
" In the light the white mermaidens swam." Tennyson. 

367 THE LATE LIEUT.-COL. SIR CURZON 

WYLLIE, K.C.I.E., C.V.O. ... Herbert A. Olivier 

368 A CALLER, CANDLELIGHT, AND TEA 

Thomas C. Dugdale 

369 THAT WHICH WAS HID Frank M. Bennett 

370 A FISHERMAN'S BOAT- YARD ... W. B. Fortescue 

371 BRINGING WATER FROM THE 

LAKE : Udaipur, India Frank Dean 

372 A MIDSUMMER-NIGHT'S DREAM Richard Wallwork 

373 THE SPIRIT OF THE STREAM ...' Richard Jack 

374 THE BATH OF VENUS William A. Toplis 

" Bathed in a morning sun, the silent rock-bound pool 
Tempts Venus to invade its dreamy solitude." 

375 CYAN, a nymph of Sicily, endeavouring 

to rescue Proserpine ; Pluto meta- 
morphosed her into a fountain A. Dampier May 



GALLERY No. VII. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 376-445). 

376 BRITTANY GOSSIPS Frederick Baiihof 

377 A LITTLE GIRL ... Ann Fearon 

378 APRIL GIRL To m Robert 



GALLERY No. VII. 29 



379 PELLEAS AND MELISANDE ...... E. Blair Leighton 

" Pelleas : Take care ! take care ! you will fall in ! 
What are you playing with ? 

" Melisande : With the ring he gave me. ..." 

M. Maeterlinck. 

380 A HAUNT OF ANCIENT PEACE ... Fred Appleyard 

381 "How THE CHESTNUT HORSE 

CAME HOME " W. G. Ogilvie's 

* Fair Girl's Grey Horses' ... Douglas Fry 

382 VESPERS ............ G. Woo His croft Rhead 

383 FRANK : a Study ... . ........ Edwin A. Ward 

384 A PORTRAIT IN BLACK AND GOLD Frank O. Salisbury 

385 SPRING ............ Gladys M. Clark-Kennedy 

386 THE HAZARD OF THE ROAD J. S. Sander son- Wells 

387 ..................... Arthur G. Bell 

" Old meadows green with grass and trees 
That shimmer through the trembling haze." 

388 A COTSWOLD SUMMIT ......... Charles M. Gere 

389 LADY BULLOUGH ............ Hugh G. Riviere 

390 THE WAY HOME ............ Lota Bowen 

391 IN LARGO BAY ......... ... T. Austen Brown 

392 THE EARTH'S AWAKENING ...Edward A. Hornel 

393 PORTRAIT GROUP ......... L. Campbell Taylor 

394 A WELSH STREAM ... ...... Edward Davies 

395 THE PATH BY THE RIVER ... William E. Linton 

396 THE ARUN VALLEY ......... Osmund Pittman 

397 " WHEN THE WEST WITH EVENING 

GLOWS" ............ Joseph Farquharson^ &* 



30 GALLERY No. VII. [1910 

398 THE HON. SIR SCHOMBERG MAC- 

DONNELL, K.C.B Mariette Cotton 

399 A STREET IN DAMASCUS Edward Mills 

400 A NOVEMBER SUN E. Herbert Why dale 

401 L'ALLEGRA Amy Atkinson 

402 " KlNE WITH TRAILING STEP AND 

SHAMBLING GAIT" Arthur Lemon 

403 ARISTOCRATS, 1790 Fred Roe 

" Howl of angry derision rises in treble and bass with 
flights of pebbles and mud with crackle of pistol-shot." 

Carlyle. 

404 FLOWERS OF THE FIELD ... W. Christian Symons 

405 A SUMMER DAY Augustus Koopman 

406 EVELYN, daughter of Frank Yardley, Esq. 

Ralph Peacock 

407 BERYL, daughter of Arthur I'Anson, Esq. 

William R. Symonds 

408 THE SHADE OF THE PERGOLA, 

Capri ... Horace Fisher 

409 MRS. MARTIN ARCHER-SHEE ... Walter W. Russell 

410 BONAPARTE AND THE SURVIVORS 

OF THE FORLORN HOPE AT ST. 

JEAN D'ACRE R. Caton Woodville 

" On the loth May, 1799, General Bonaparte made his 
last and final unsuccessful assault against St. Jean d'Acre. 
Early in the morning a forlorn hope blew up the curtain 
in front of the gate, and, as they were already entering 
the town, Napoleon rode up to the young leader, a 
lieutenant of Engineers, and, grasping his hand, ex- 
claimed, * You have gained me St. Jean d'Acre.' ' ; 

History of Napoleon in Egypt (Expeditions], 1798-99. 






I9io] GALLERY No. VII. 31 

411 IN SWEET SEPTEMBER F. Markham Skipworth 

412 THE ROCK PATH ... ... Rowland Wheelwright 

413 IN SUNNY BRITTANY Elsie H. Rose 

414 THE ISLE OF DREAMS ... Charles H. Thompson 

415 PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY ... Henry J. Hudson 

416 "WEE WILLIE WINKLE RUNS 

THROUGH THE TOWN, UPSTAIRS 
AND DOWNSTAIRS IN HIS NIGHT 

GOWN" Mary Y. Hunter 

417 His GRACE THE DUKE OF ARGYLL Sydney Hall 

418 THE HEATH-POND Gunning King 

419 BLOWING UP FOR RAIN Arthur C. E. Hill 

420 FROM RICHMOND HILL E. Stewart Wood 

421 COLONEL OTA HIKI HIGASHI, 

M.V.O K. Ishibashi 

422 IN THE RIVER-BED: Horse-shoe 

Fall H. W. B. Davis, R.A. 

423 T. E. COLLCUTT, ESQ. Painted 

for the 'Royal Instate of British 

Architects Arthur S. Cope, A. 

424 SEPTEMBER NIGHT B. Eastlake Leader 

425 " CLEAR AND COOL, CLEAR AND 

COOL, BY LAUGHING SHALLOW 

AND DREAMY POOL" ... Haworthe Chadburn 

426 BARBARA Amy K. Browning 

427 THE NIGHTINGALE George Henry, A. 

428 CAPTAIN VILLIERS STUART ... George Henry, A. 



32 GALLERY No. VII. [191 

429 THE CHILDREN'S PARADISE ... H. Mitton Wilso\ 

430 " A PASSING GLORY O'ER A GLORY 

PAST " : CAERPHILLY CASTLE John W. Schofiel\ 

431 THE STRAY SHEEP William R. S. Sto\ 

432 CAPT. SIR HENRY R. P. FLOYD, 

BT., R.N. Mark Milbank\ 

433 I N THE BED OF NIAGARA ... H. W. B. Davis, R.A.j 

434 J. F. MILWARD, ESQ. Stanhope A. Forbes ', R.A. Elec\ 

435 BRIGANTINE LEAVING A SOUTH 

COAST PORT Nelson Dawson\ 

436 SUMMER MORNING IN PURBECK Fred Whitehead\ 

437 THE HARBOUR Mary McCrossan 

438 A GENTLEMAN OF THE COURT 

AT THE TIME OF ELIZABETH Gertrude Des Clayes 

439 DAVID : " I come to thee in the name 

of the Lord of Hosts " ... Frank W. W. Topham 

440 A HOLIDAY F. L. Thompson 

441 THE SKYLARK Flora Lion 

442 THE HON. MR. JUSTICE EVE ... Clegg Wilkinson 

443 THE LADY MARGARET SACKVILLE George Henry, A. 

444 THE RED CLOAK : a portrait ... S. Melton Fisher 

445 MRS. HILTON Percy Gleaves 



33 ) 



GALLERY No. VIII. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 446-495), 



5 GEORGE Fox AND THE PIPE OF 

TOBACCO Robert Spenca 

" Came Jo Story to me, and said he, ' Will you take a. 
pipe of tobacco ? ' Tobacco I did not take, but it came? 
into my mind the lad might think I had not Unity with 
the Creation, so I took his pipe and put it to my mouth, " 

George Fox, his Journat. 

447 HYLAS AND THE WATER-NYMPHS Henrietta Rae 

48 MRS. LESLIE RENTON John H. Lander 

49 K. TAKEUCHI, ESQ James Quinn 

.50 THE COMPLETE ANGLER ... Catherine M. Wood 

51 THE VILLAGE CHURCH Hugh Wilkinson 

.52 EARLY EDITIONS Fred Leist 

453 THE ROEDER BOGEN, Rothenburg 

o' Taub er , Bavaria Elias Bancroft 

\ MRS. EDMUND LE GENDRE STARKIE 

H. Harris Brown 

5 LIEUT.-GEN. SIR HORACE L. SMITH- 

DORRIEN, K.C.B., D.S.O. ... John H. Lander 

6 VILLENEUVE LES AVIGNON, Provence, 

France' H. Hughes- Stanton 

B 



34 GALLERY No. VIII. [1910 

457 IN LONE GLENAMPLE Charles E. Stewart 

458 H.M. KING EDWARD VII. Exhibited 

ly command Joseph Mordecai 

459 THE WOMEN John Charlton 

" Early on New Year's morning, 1861, there being few 
men and no horses available, the fisherwomen of Culler- 
coats, Northumberland, dragged the life-boat, in a blinding 
storm of snow and sleet, three miles along the coast to the 
rescue of the crew of a ship wrecked near St. Mary's 
Island. All were saved but one boy." 

460 SEPTEMBER SUNSHINE : Yorkshire Bertram Priestman 

461 MRS. Guv WILTHEW Guy Wilthew 

462 CAPTAIN G. GILMOUR G. Hall Neale 

463 THE PRISON GATE John Auld 

464 SPRING-TIME ;.. Rowland H. Hill 

465 W. PERCY COCHRANE, ESQ. ... fohn Charlton 

466 MRS. PURCELL FITZGERALD AND 

HER SON JOHN John Longs taff 

467 Miss CLAIRE DEWRANCE, Master 

of the West Kent Harriers W. Frank Calderon 

468 GEORGE E. GODWIN, ESQ Frank T. Copnall 

469 WHEN THE WORLD WAS YOUNG Harry E. J. Browne 

470 IN THE GOLDEN DAYS ... Philip J. Thornhill 

471 PENN'S TREATY WITH THE INDIANS. 

Painted for the State Capitol of 

Pennsylvania Edwin A. Abbey ^ R.A. 

472 LEWIS HASLAM, ESQ., M.P. Hugh de T. Glazebrook 

473 APRIL... Annie Milnes 



1910] GALLERY No. VIII. 35 

474 Miss HODGSON John Cooke 

475 THE GREEN MANTLE OF THE 

STANDING POOL Fred Hall 

476 THE VILLAGE ANTIQUE SHOP ... Ernest Procter 

477 SHOWERS FROM THE NOR'-WEST S. J. Lamorna Birch 

478 ALFRED BRIGHT, ESQ. ... Constance M. Bright 

479 ELIZABETH HEYGATE Gerald Kelly 

480 FLYING FISH Herbert Draper 

481 A WINTER'S EVENING J. Coutts Michie 

482 A JUNGLE STORy Arthur Wardh 

483 WATER John R. K. Duff 

484 PORTRAIT GROUP William Strang, A. 

485 SUNSET Arnold Priestman 

486 THE DEW A. Dampier May 

" Awake ! pale gem, the Dawn is dead." 

487 W. LACE CLAGUE, ESQ Daisy R. Clagiie 

488 UN RAGAZZACCIO T. B. Kennington 

489 SPRING Arthur B. Connor 

490 SPOILS OF THE EAST Stuart G. Davis 

491 WHEN THE SHIPS COME HOME... Charles W. Wyllie 

492 FOR THE MAINLAND MARKET- 

DAY William H. Bartlett 

493 THE MORNING WALK : portrait 

group ... Herbert A. Budd 

494 DIVES AND LAZARUS Margaret L. Williams 

495 A GREAT LADY Hon. John Collier 

B 2 



3 6 ( 36 ) 



GALLERY No. IX. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 496-654). 



496 BEGONIAS A. F. W. Hayward 

497 THE TAPESTRY STORY ... Christian M. Wilbee 

498 RAINBOW Lionel P. Smythe, A. 

499 THE GIFT Percy W. Gibbs 

500 THE CONNOISSEUR JohnJ.Fyson 

501 CLAVERING CHURCH George Clausen, R.A. 

502 BLUEBELLS AT DREWSTEIGNTON Mary Harding 

503 MRS. ALPHAEUS P. COLE ... A. P. Cole 

504 RHODODENDRONS James Moore 

505 HILDA Hilda Lennard 

506 A STORY OF THE REVOLUTION Flora M. Reid 

507 Two GIRLS READING BY A RIVER G. A. Storey, A. 

508 THE MOOR GATE E. Kemp- Welch 

509 THE FORTUNE-TELLER Arthur C. Mitchell 

510 THE LAST OF THE GREY MARE ... Harry Fidler 

511 THE RUBY LANTERN Cyril Roberts 

512 A WINTER'S EVE Harry H. Clarke 

513 H.R.H. PRINCESS LOUISE, Duchess 

of Argyll, presenting colours 
(given by Lady Inverclyde) to 
the Qth (Dumbartonshire) A. and 
S. Highlanders, in Ardercaple 
Park, June 5, 1909 Sydney Hall 



1910] GALLERY No. IX. 37 

514 GOSPORT W. L. Wyllie, R.A. 

515 THROUGH THE FOREST ... Andrew C. Gow, R.A. 

516 FLORA Mabel G. Dicker 

517 SANT' ANIELLO, Sorrento ... Gitiseppe P. Anzino 

518 MILKING-TIME Charles W. Simpson 

519 BALLYCROY, near Achill Alice P. Wai ford 

520 PICTURE BOOKS Charles D. Ward 

521 SPAIN IN THE DAYS OF THE MOORS F. A. Bridgman 

522 THE APPLE TREE, the singing and 

the gold /. W. North, A. 

" O that I might make my way to the shore, the apple 
garden of the daughters of the west, the singers. Hippolytus. 

523 IL SQUERO, San Trovaso, Venice Henry Woods, R.A. 

524 BLACKBEARD'S LANDING PARTY Bernard F. Gribble 

525 RAGWORT Barbara Chamier 

526 SUNDAY EVENING BY THE QUAYSIDE 

E. Leslie Badham 

527 CARNATIONS R. Graf ton Green 

528 MRS. BROOK Sir Luke Fildes, R.A. 

529 VESPERS John S. Sargent, R.A. 

530 THE WATERING Alfred J. Mtmnings 

531 THE ROSE-BUD John Bowie 

532 SCOTTISH FISHING-BOATS .James Wallace 

533 CARNATIONS Winifred P. Biddle 

534 CARINA Sir Luke Fildes, R.A. 

535 VILLA REALE, near Venice.., Henry Woods, R.A. 

536 THE FOREST PERILOUS Clive M. Dixon 



38 GALLERY No. IX. [1910 

537 THE LADY OF SHALOTT ... Andrew W. Turnbull 

I " They heard a carol, mornful, holy, 
Chanted loudly, chanted lowly." 

538 A GOOD BOOK Percy H. Jowett 

539 ST. IVES HARBOUR > Gwendoline Hopton 

540 THE GREEN MANTELSHELF 

Stanhope A. Forbes, R.A. Elect 

541 THE WEST* WIND Richard Short 

542 A WET DAY Bethia Clarke 

543 MISCHIEF Charles Sims, A. 

544 A COTTAGE IN DORSET ~1 Harold Waite 

545 AUDREY ETHEL Audley Giinston 

546 THE FIRST CATCH Philip W. Holyoake 

547 EDITH, daughter of H. A. Sanders, Esq. J. Syddall 

548 AT THE DOOR Herbert A. Budd 

549 THE PRINCESS OF KENSINGTON Denis Eden 

550 EVENING: Rochester Alfred Bentley 

551 "THERE WAS NO ROOM IN THE INN" 

Edward Stott, A. 

552 A GOLDEN COUNTRY T. Maidment 

553 BLAKENEY QUAY Day McKillip 

554 A WAYSIDE', SHOP : India Frank Dean 

555 LEEDS CASTLE Herbert H. Gilchrist 

556 THE OLD MILL Fred. W.Jackson 

557 THE OLD HORSE David B. Waters 

558 THE EMPTY CHAIR Charles van Havermaet 

559 PHYLLIS: a portrait G. A. Storey, A. 



GALLERY No. IX. 39 

560 CHUMS Janet Archer 

561 LE CHATEAU, Chinon Cecilia Carpmael 

562 THE SMILE Herbert J. Harvey 

563 LUCY Beatrice Fripp 

564 ALETHEA GARSTIN Norman Garstin 

565 THE RISING MOON Lionel P. Smy the ^ K. 

566 A SEA MIST, Le Touquet, France James Sant, R.A. 

567 AT LE TOUQUET, France James Sant, R.A. 

568 GRANNY'S BIRTHDAY Flora M. Reid 

569 " LOVE IS TOO YOUNG TO KNOW WHAT 

CONSCIENCE is" Shakespeare Byam Shaw 

570 CARNATIONS AND VIOLETS ... Jessie Algie 

571 LE PONT NEUF, PARIS Gerald C. Stones 

572 FULL SUMMER Charles Knight 

573 NEARING THE MARK C. M. Padday 

574 IN CONVENT WALLS James Sant, R.A. 

575 " ALL MY FANCY !" fames Sant, R.A. 

576 PORTS OF THE WEST AND EAST: 

Whitby -^ Albert Goodwin 

577 PORTS OF THE WEST AND EAST: 

Boulac, Cairo Albert Goodwin 

578 THE CANTIERE CLIFF, Pozzuoli Edith Corbet 

579 GREEN WATER Henry S. Tuke, A. 

580 THE BREEZE : Saint Ives Anne L. Falkner 

581 EMPIRE DAY Helen Hindley 

582 THE PUPS E. Kate Westrup 

583 THE WANDERER Tatton Winter 



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584 

585 
586 

587 

588 
589 
590 



592 
593 
594 
595 
596 
597 
598 

599 
600 

601 
602 

603 



604 



A STUDY AT FOLKESTONE James Sant^ R.A. 

THE GARDEN WALK George E. Robertson 

SUNSHINE AND SHADOW J. Barlow Wood 

THE ROSEATE HUES ON THE MARITIME 



Charles H. Letts 

Edith Gavey 

Byam Shaw 

Jessica Hay liar 

Arthur L. Airy 

Val Davis 

Walter C. Horsley 



ALPS, LOOKING FROM CANNES 

PINKS 

CLEOPATRA 

A SUNNY CORNER 

THE BRAMBLE BOWER 

VERIFYING HIS QUOTATION 

AMNEH : on the Nile 

VANITY ... Gertrude I. Nutt 

A STUDY Allan Davidson 

THALIA G. A. Storey, A. 

"THE DAY'S WORK is DONE" ... J. Aumonier 

A BIRCH GLADE James 1. Watts 

ALICE Daniel A. Wehrschmidt 

A STUDY Allan Davidson 

THE LAST CHAPTER Percy Thomas 

MEADOWS AND MOUNTAINS : Tyrol 

/. MacWhirter, R.A. 

FOTIS G. A. Storey, A. 

" When Lucius did Fotis love, She changed him to an ass ; 
Let every youth be ware of her, Or so 'twill come to pass." 
See " Metamorphoses of Apuleius" 

FIRELIGHT STUDY fane Lomax 



1910] GALLERY No. IX. 41 

605 " BEHOLD THE HANDMAID OF THE LORD " Jessie Bayes 

606 OLD CRONIES ... Stanhope A. Forbes , R.A. Elect 

607 BETWEEN CANNES AND LA NAPOULE 

Herbert A. Olivier 

608 SUMMER Edith Wright 

609 THE FORTH RIVER f. Muir Mathieson 

6 10 THE SUMMER SEA Garnet Wolseley 

1 ii MAORI FLAX-GATHERERS E. W. Christmas 

612 " CURLY LOCKS" Edith Spr ague 

613 A CARRIGEEN MOSS-GATHERER William H. Bartlett 

614 IN THE PRESENCE OF ROYALTY Christabel A. Cocker ell 

615 SIGMUND A. LEHMANN, ESQ. ... Henry S. Tuke^ A. 

616 A BOUNDARY OF THE ROMAN 

EMPIRE Hon. Walter James 

617 REFLECTIONS Edith F. Grey 

618 STILL LIFE Mihran Shenorkian 

619 A GARDEN AT CORFU ... John S. Sargent ', R.A. 

620 BUBBLES - L. Campbell Taylor 

621 THE PRELUDE Maude L. Guyer 

622 THE SUNBEAM Mary R. Swan 

623 IN PENSIVE MOOD Frank Bramley, A. 

624 WHEN NATURE SLEEPS R. Onslow Ford 

625 UNDER THE WILLOWS ... William Smith, Jun. 

626 MRS. T. ERAT HARRISON R. Willes Maddox 

627 SUMMER ON THE SOUTH COAST Ethel Kirkpatrick 

628 LAKE COMO FROM ABOVE MENAGGIO 

David Murray ', R.A. 



42 GALLERY No. IX. [1910 

629 LES CONSEILS DU MODELE A. Brantingham Simpson 

630 VENEZIA Graham Petrie 

631 THE YOUNG MOTHER W. Lee Hankey 

632 GRATEFUL SHADE A If red Hartley 

633 WIMBLEDON COMMON Is ttru Takeuchi 

634 ROSEMARY HILL, Blackheath ... Abbey Alison 

635 " FROM THE WINDOW" : Sidi Bou 

Said, Tunis Walter P. Day 

636 THE WIND-SWEPT HILL Sir E. A. Waterlow, R.A. 

637 FLOOD-TIME : Lewes Harold Goldthwait 

638 BERRIES A. F. W. Hayward 

639 PIER-LANE, Whitby J. Valentine Jelley 

640 MIGNONNE Nellie Sans om 

641 VIOLETTES ' Edouard Sinet 

642 LATE SUMMER Kershaw Scho field 

643 WINTER EVENING H. Wilkinson 

644 THE THREE TREES Nancy Lander 

645 STOCKS Jessie Algie 

646 POZZUOLI Edith Corbet 

647 HOME AGAIN. Study for a larger 

picture Marcus Stone, R.A. 

648 "COUNTED OUT" John A. Lomax 

649 GRANNY'S LOVE-LETTERS Catherine M. Wood 

650 PORTRAIT STUDY Annette Ardron 

651 THE ROVING LIFE Alfred J. Munnings 

652 SHINE AND SHADE William E. Kenyon 

653 SUNNY NOON: Lake of Geneva... Robert Fowler 

654 ST. VALENTINE'S DAY Sir James D. Linton 






i 9 io] ( 43 



GALLERY No. X. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 655-714), 



655 THE KINGDOMS OF THE BREEZE Algernon Talmage 

656 GIFT, daughter of E. G. Baillie, 

Esq James Clark 

657 SELLING HER WINTER'S WORK ... Hilda Montalba 

658 TOLEDO PEOPLE, POTS, AND 

PUMP Florence A. Goodchild 

659 THE LITTLE PIPER Arthur Kynaston 

660 " WITH SUNLIGHT IN HER HAIR, 

IN SABLE VESTURE CLAD" ... Beatrice Bright 

66 1 MRS. ARTHUR Lowis Jean Ballantyne 

662 WANDERING MINSTRELS Lilian Edmonds 

663 CONSPIRATORS A. Leicester Burroughs 

664 THE LAUGHTER OF OCEAN ... Arthur J. Black 

665 LONDON Gerald Moira 

666 ISABEL John H. Wylrants 

667 PAOLO AND FRANCESCA G. P.Jacomb-Hood 

668 MONA FITZGERALD John Currie 

669 THE HERRING SEASON : Great 

Yarmouth Edgar Bundy 

670 THE VILLAGE Frank P. Freybiirg 



44 GALLERY No. X. [1910 

671 DAY DREAMS Robert H. A. Ross 

672 THE WHITE FUR Peter P. Hubner 

673 CHEGWORTH Herbert H. Gilchrist 

674 WINTER Charles H. Woodbury 

675 MRS. FRANCIS FARNAN Fred Roe 

676 IN THE DAYS OF CHIVALRY ... E. Matthew Hale 

677 TRESPASSING f. Mabel ffo Hams 

678 EDWARD HERBERT, son of Captain 

H. M. Jessel, M.P Ralph Peacock 

679 SILVERY MORN Samuel H. Hancock 

680 " THE CHILD is FATHER OF THE MAN" John R. Reid 

68 1 PETER, son of Major Fenwick 

Metcalfe '... Gerald Metcalfe 

682 INCHCAPE Robert W. Allan 

683 JOHN ANNAN BRYCE, ESQ., M.P. ... Ethel Wright 

684 THE STREAM A.J. Carter Wood 

685 OTTER HOUNDS IN FULL CRY ... Walter Hunt 

686 His DARKEST HOUR C. M. Q. Orchardson 

687 PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST William Carter 

688 ON THE CHILTERN HILLS : Wendover Annette Elias 

689 W. W. SAMPSON, ESQ Henry S. Tuke, A. 

690 " ONCE BIT, TWICE SHY " John R. Reid 

691 THE MOTHER Cyrus Cuneo 

692 SHIPS OF THE SIXTIES RACING 

UP CHANNEL Thomas Somer scales 

693 AT THE TOP OF THE SWING Frederick G. Swaist 



GALLERY No. X. 45 

694 THE RT. HON. RUSSELL REA George W. Lambert 

695 " SWEET CALM DAYS IN GOLDEN 

HAZE" Whittier Catherine Ouless 

696 THE SAND-PIT ... Hilda Fearon 

697 NAPOLEON'S FAVOURITE FLOWER Nellie Joshua 

698 CONNOISSEURS William A. Breakspeare 

699 ON EXMOOR : a portrait ... G. P. Jacomb-Hood 

700 Miss LILIAN BRAITHWAITE ... Harold Speed 

701 MRS. GUY NEVILL Albert H. Ceilings 

702 SUNSHINE AND SNOW J. Hodgson Lobley 

703 LE BGUINAGE Norman Garstin 

704 SEPTEMBER IN ITALY Lota Bow en 

705 EVENING ... Thomas W. Allen 

706 THE BAY OF GARAVAN, South of 

France Adolph Brougier 

707 SUNLIGHT IN HOLLAND Florence K. Upton 

708 IN COURT T. J3. Kennington 

709 MAJOR-GEN. DOUGLAS SCOTT, C.V.O., 

C.B., D.S.O Frank Craig 

710 AN IMPERIAL OUTPOST: Simons- 

town, Cape Colony ... A. J. Warne-Browne 

711 HOUNDS BREAKING COVER ... John Charlton 

712 FLYING A KITE Laura Knight 

713 IN TEMPE : OR, THE DALES OF 

ARCADY George C. Haiti 

714 SIR GEORGE WARRENDER Pilade Bertieri 



( 46 ) 



GALLERY No. XL 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 715-777). 



715 MARKET DAY P. M. Teasdale 

716 SORROW AND SYMPATHY Flora M. Reid 

717 A WINDY DAY Alice Fanner 

718 TALES OF THE DEEP Joseph Clark 

719 THE RT. REV. DR. WERE, Bishop 

of Stafford H. Harris-Brown 

720 THE JET ORNAMENT Betty Fagan 

721 GOING TO MARKET A ssur Michaels on 

722 AT THE MARL Anderson Hague 

723 Miss DAMPIER Arnold H. Mason 

724 THE PATCH Bernard Partridge 

725 THE BREEZE ON THE CLIFF ... Arthur Hopkins 

726 "EVENING THE WILD WOODS 

AMONG" ... Joseph Farquharson, A. 

727 TUG OF WAR Harold Harvey 

728 FREDERICK WHINNEY, ESQ., ex- 

President of the Institute of 
Chartered Accountants. Pre- 
sentation portrait William Llewellyn 

729 THE BIRTHDAY George Har court 



GALLERY No. XI. 47 

730 HIGH NOON is PASSING ... ... Anna Airy 

731 SPRING: Lamorna, Cornwall ... J. Noble Barlow 

732 H.R.H. THE DUCHESS OF ALBANY Vlaho Bukovac 

733 HEATHER-BURNING Joseph Farquharson, A. 

734 JAMES, son of A. D. Steel-Maitland, 

Esq., M.P Mary L. Waller 

735 THE NEW ARRIVAL Walter Langley 

736 A PORTRAIT J.Hanson Walker 

737 BRIDESMAIDS Savage Cooper 

738 PORTRAIT GROUP Hugh de T. Glazebrook 

739 "ALL'S WELL" Henry S. Tuke, A. 

740 THE REV. EDGAR SHEPPARD, 

D.D., C.V.O., Sub-dean of His 

Majesty's Chapels Royal Gerald Kelly 

741 OUR POST OFFICE N. H. J. Baird 

742 MAY Rowland H. Hill 

743 THE BLUE JACKET Harrington Mann 

744 THE SIGNAL Box Arnesby Brown, A. 

745 IN SUSSEX ,. ... M. E. Atkins 

746 BLIND-MAN'S BUFF Arthur /. Elsley 

747 ANTHONY, son of Kenneth Crossley, Esq. 

William R. Symonds 

748 ALEXANDER WALLACE, ESQ. 

Presentation portrait Fiddes Watt 

749 A BARE HILLSIDE Francis W. Reckitt 

750 THE MOUNTING SUN Vignoles Fisher 



48 GALLERY No. XL [1910 

751 THE BOYHOOD OF ST. CUTHBERT George Wetherbee 

11 Their young men shall see visions." 

752 MRS. WILLIE HARTMANN Talbot Hughes 

753 THE CHIFFON GOWN Frederick G. Swaish 

754 BILLET-DOUX Isaac Snowman 

755 THE WITCH-WIFE OF FOULKE-LE- 

RECHIN, A.D. 1050 ... Valentine Waterhouse 

" When, lo ! at the moment of consecration, the 
Countess, untying the mantle by which she was held, 
left it in the hands of the esquires, and, flying through 
the window of the chapel, was never heard of more." 

Strickland's "Lives of the Queens" 

756 THE MOUTH OF THE HARBOUR W. L. Wyllie, R.A. 

757 "A SOUTHERLY WIND AND A 

CLOUDY SKY" W. Ay erst Ingram 

758 SUNSET ON THE GREAT TASMAN 

GLACIER, New Zealand E. W. Christmas 

759 THE WET SUNDAY Norman Garstin 

760 GOLDEN EAGLE George E. Lodge 

761 AFTERNOON TEA Harold Knight 

762 SANDBANKS ON THE SOUTH 

COAST B. W. Leader, R.A. 

763 THE COMING STORM Moffat Lindner 

764 UNDER THE TREES ... Harry Watson 

765 "WHEN TO THE SESSIONS OF 

SWEET SILENT THOUGHT I SUM- 
MON UP REMEMBRANCE OF 
THINGS PAST " Isaac Cohen 






1910] GALLERY No. XI. 49 

766 THE HOUSE-BUILDER J. H. Lorimer 

767 "LEGS WIDE, ARMS LOCKED 

BEHIND, AS IF TO BALANCE THE 
PRONE BROW OPPRESSIVE WITH 
ITS MIND" William Logs dail 

768 AFTER OUR BATH M. Lancaster Lucas 

769 Miss MARJORIE PUTTICK ... C. M. Q. Orchardson 

770 A PEACEFUL RIVER C. E.Johnson 

771 MOORS Arnold Priestman 

772 AT CLOSE OF DAY Montague Smyth 

773 GALILEE Herbert Schmalz 

774 THE COQUETTE F. Howard Michael 

775 TANCRED AND CLORINDA George W.Joy 

" And thus the virgin fell on endless sleep. 
Love, Beauty, Virtue, for your darling weep." 

Fairfax's " Tasso." 

776 THE LONG NIGHT-WATCH Charles Vigor 

777 VIEW NEAR MONTANA, SWITZERLAND 

B. Eastlake Leader 



WATER COLOUR ROOM. 



WATER COLOURS AND MINIATURES. 



WATER COLOURS (Nos. 778-1O31). 

778 IN EARLY SPRING Henry C. Fox 

779 THE MILKMAID AND THE MAGPIE Charles E. Wilson 

780 THE OLD " ST. VINCENT " ENTER- 

ING FALMOUTH HARBOUR TO BE 

BROKEN UP W. Ay erst Ingram 

781 SYRINGA AND CAMPANULAS ... Norah Travers 

782 " IF MY HEART YOU WOULD WIN, 

AND WANT TO BEGIN, BRING 

ME A ROSE " Maria L. Angus 

783 SPRING IN THE COPSE C. W.Johnson 

784 EARLY MORNING : Yarm Fair ... John Atkinson 

785 THE ANGLERS John Eyre 

" O the gallant fisher's life it is the best of any ! 
Tis full of pleasure, void of strife, and 'tis beloved of many." 

786 BETTY, daughter of A. W. Stearns, 

Esq Norah Fulcher 

787 THE LOTOS-LAND Richard H. Wright 

788 A STUDY Lionel P. Smy the, K. 

789 H. RIDER HAGGARD, ESQ Alfred U. Soord 



WATER COLOUR ROOM. 51 

790 EVENING : Northumberland coast Septimus E. Scott 

791 FEBRUARY FLOWERS ... ... ... Alfred Parsons, A. 

792 TREES ON PUTNEY HEATH ... Donald Bradley 

793 PORTE ANCIENNE Mary Stormont 

794 A HOT-HOUSE FLOWER Sir E.J. Poynter, Bt., P.R.A. 

795 FESTIVAL H. Raymond Thompson 

796 THE HOME-COMING OF CHARLES II. Charles Dixon 

797 Miss ELIZABETH RADCLIFFE ... Charlotte B. Ward 

798 MONTACUTE, Somerset E. Arthur Rowe 

799 A SURREY LANE William Ridgway 

800 STREET SCENE : St. Ives Olive G. Urie 

80 1 NET MAKING Lionel P. Smythe^ A. 

802 FROM WOODLAND AND HEDGEROW^ ybw/ Hardwick 

803 JULY HAZE Edward J. Du Val 

804 VIANNA DE CASTELLO, Portugal frank H. Mason 

805 "THE EVENING AND THE MORNING" 

Frank W. W. Topham 

806 RYE FROM' THE DUNES Oswald Garside 

807 THE CHURCH: Dordrecht Emily M. Pater son 

808 DREAMLAND PAGEANTRY E. Wake Cook 

809 FEEDING-TIME Bernard C. Gotch 

810 A CORNER OF THE STUDIO Lewis Baumer 

811 INTERIOR Harry Becker 

812 LUNCH-TIME ON LOCH AWE ... Ernest E. Briggs 

813 COUNTRY FLOWERS Viola Wo^llfe 



52 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1910 

814 Miss ELIZABETH KEITH A. Van Anrooy 

815 SALISBURY FROM MILFORD Hugh L. Norris 

816 IN A GALWAY VILLAGE Sylvia Drew 

817 BRIDGE AT AVRAY William Morton 

818 DEWY MORN Sir E. A. Waterlow, R.A. 

819 "GOLDEN HORN": Morning Tristram Ellis 

820 IN THE BRONTE COUNTRY Albert Kinsley 

821 THE VALENTINE George G. Kilburne 

822 "THE BOOTS" Andrew C. Gow, R.A. 

823 OLD FISHERMEN'S HOSPITAL, 

Yarmouth Hay wood Rider 

824 THE RAINBOW Walter Schroder 

825 THE MAID OF THE INN ... George G. Kilburne 

826 CLOSE-HAULED C. Napier Hemy, A. 

827 THE DELPHINIUM BORDER ... Ethel Roskruge 

828 GLORIOUS SOLITUDE fane Utley 

829 A VISTA George C. Haite 

830 PATIENCE ... ... Sir E.J. Poynter, Bt., P.R.A. 

831 OLD GREENWICH CHURCH W. T. M. Hawksworth 

832 THE UNAPPRECIATED MUSICIAN Harold Hodgson 

833 SUMMER Curzon L. Allport 

834 BURTON BRADSTOCK MILL ... Hugh L. Norris 

835 INTO THE COVE C. Napier Hemy^ A. 

836 A MOONLIT STREET : Alassio, 

Riviera Lester Sut cliff e 



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837 AT Low TIDE Oswald Garside 

838 THE MOUTH OF THE DOURO, 

Oporto Frank H. Mason 

839 A FLORENTINE LOVE SONG W. Hatherell 

840 " IN A GARDEN, WHEN THE EVE 

WAS COOL" Mary A. Sloane 

841 THE SQUIRREL fames T. Watts 

842 A FOSSIL Andrew C. Gow, R.A. 

843 A RIVER-BED : North Italy Edwin Bale 

844 HOEING A. Leslie Collins 

845 THE MOTOR VEIL MariquitaJ. Moberly 

846 THE SPANISH DANCE Septimus . Scott 

847 PINK CLOUDS AND GREEN BOAT, 

Venice Ruth Mercier 

848 THE EAGLE GATEWAY, Zuylestein Mima Nixon 

849 AT BOSHAM, Sussex George Whyatt 

850 THE ROMAN CAMPAGNA Albert Goodwin 

851 THE REAPER William Rainey 

852 SOLITUDE George S. ferrier 

853 BETWEEN SCHOOL HOURS Charles . Wilson 

854 THE TRANQUIL OUSE, near Lewes, 

Sussex Sutton Palmer 

855 THE LITTLE BLACK CAT William G. Whittlemore 

856 POOLE HARBOUR Victor M. Cor den 

857 THE PRAYER Henry Henshall 

858 THE RABBIT ON THE WALL ... T. Kinsella 



54 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1910 

859 IN A LONDON GARDEN Sir E.J. Poynter, Bt., P.R.A. 

860 THE OLD HUGUENOT William A. Sims 

86 1 ROUMANIAN CHILDREN BRINGING 

WATER TO BE BLESSED IN A 

GREEK CHURCH Marianne Stokes 

862 LIMEHOUSE HOLE C. Napier Hemy, A. 

863 MIDSUMMER SHADE Lexden L. Pocock 

864 THE WELCOME Charles J. Adams 

865 SIESTA George Murray 

866 THE BUTTERFLY Rosa M. Whitlaw 

867 THE BABY Amelia M. Bowerley 

868 Miss EVELYN BECKLES Peter Leslie 

869 THE VILLA OF LORENZO DE' MEDICI, 

Fiesole Edwin Bale 

870 BOUND FOR LONDON Gregory Robinson 

871 SUNDOWN Lucy Kemp- Welch 

872 A WEST WIND ... Thomas W. Hammond 

873 BARGAINING Estella Canziani 

874 THE OLD BRIDGE, St. Ives ... Frank Thompson 

875 " O CITHAERON " W. Russell Flint 

876 IN MILLERSDALE, Derbyshire ... Isaac Cooke 

877 A SOUTH AFRICAN CRAG J. S. Morland 

878 THE DEPUTATION John Hassall 

879 THE BALLOON Mary Gow 

880 THE WOODMAN'S CHILDREN ... Harold Swanwick 

88 1 A COTSWOLD VILLAGE Newton Benett 



WATER COLOUR ROOM. 55 

882 SIR LAUNCELOT ENTRAPPED IN 

THE QUEEN'S CHAMBER Philip Spence 

" Sir Launcelot . . . drew that dead knight within 
the chamber doore, and then, with the helpe of the queene 
and her ladies, was lightly armed in Sir Colgrevaunce 
armour. " Malory. 

883 THOUGHTS ... Catherine B. Gulley 

884 THE WAYFARER W. Herbert Allen 

885 THE LANE OF THE THRUSHES H. Sylvester Stannard 

886 THE BACK OF THE FARM Henry Stannard 

887 MEMORIES Catherine B. Gulley 

888 FAIRY TALES Carlton A. Smith 

889 THE GOLDEN VALLEY ; Edwin Bale 

890 THE CLOSED WAY Lexden L. Pocock 

891 OLIVE-GATHERERS: The mid-day 

rest Arthur Burrington 

892 THE YOUNG AMERICAN ... Elinor M. Barnard 

893 A SUNNY, DAY A. Molyneux Stannard 

894 RED SLIPPERS Mary Y. Hunter 

895 GLEN AND MOOR : Devon ... E. Gouldsmith 

896 SAINT DOROTHEA E. Reginald Frampt on 

897 THE ORGAN-GRINDER William B. Bennett 

898 THE LANE Albert E. Brockbank 

899 MAKER UNKNOWN Benjamin Williams, 

900 SALT-MARSHES Oswald Gar side 

901 IN BENBECULA Hubert Courts 



6 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1910 

902 IN LEVER PARK Alfred East, A. 

903 TUMBLE, FROTH, AND FUN ... Charles Sims, A. 

904 LOVE OR FAME? J. Young Hunter 

905 SUNSHINE AND SHADOW ON THE 

DOWNS Berenger Benger 

906 A PENITENT Benjamin Williams 

907 ON THE SOUTH DOWNS Henry C. Fox 

908 A SPANISH CARNIVAL : Algeciras Alfred East, A. 

909 IN THE TIDEWAY Ernest Dade 

910 A STUDY IN BLACK Charlotte B. Ward 

911 YOUTHFUL SPORT Arthur Mudie 

912 THE BRACKEN-CLAD HILL, New 

Forest Walter S. Stacey 

913 THE Music THEY LOVE Tom Lloyd 

914 "TAKE, PROUD AMBITION, TAKE 

THY FILL" P. A. Hay 

915 A SANDY BAY, Pembrokeshire ... Arthur Tucker 

916 THE FIRST-BORN Mary Y. Hunter 

917 "FAR INTO THE DYING DAY" ... W. Pollen Bishop 

918 MRS. WHEELER-BENNETT Alex. H. Kirk 

919 -EARLY SUMMER A. Winter Shaw 

920 SPRING W. Kay Blacklock 

921 EVENING-TIME William B. Bennett 

922 THE LACE-MAKER Charles W. S. Naper 

923 BABIES Curzon L. Allport 



I9io] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 57 

924 THE POPINJAY Stephen Reid 

925 THE SISTERS AT THE WELL Robert J. E. Moony 

926 " ON THE SLOPE OF THE HILL, 

AND THE WINDS ARE UP IN THE 

MORNING" H. Sylvester Stannard 

927 KENWOOD MILL, NEAR SOLIHULL 

Ernest A. Chadwick 

928 "THE DYING MONARCH": 

NELSON'S " FOUDROYANT," OFF 

BLACKPOOL T. H. Stephenson 

929 VIRGIN AND CHILD Eleanor F. Brickdale 

930 THE QUEEN'S DANCING-MAIDEN Annie French 

931 "WHAT SHALL I ANSWER?" ...Frances J. E. Rodd 

932 A FAIRY TALE Robert J. E. Moony 

933 THE BREATH OF A MAY MORN S. J. Lamorna Birch 

934 " IT is MY OWN FAULT IF I AM 

DECEIVED BY THE SAME MAN 

TWICE." Old English Proverb Oswald Moser 



(On the Screen?) 

935 OLIVE GARDEN, SAN GIMIGNANO John D. Walker 

936 A BATHING GHAT IN SOUTH 

INDIA Constance G. Copeman 

937 MEMORIES Charles E. Wilson 

938 THE MASK Violet B. Kell 



58 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1910 

939 CONTENTMENT Mildred A. Butler 

940 BACKS OF OLD HOUSES, Cheyne- 

walk, 1907 Philip Norman 

941 THE CHATEAU OF CHENONCEAUX 

ON THE LOIRE R. Phene Spiers 

942 THE RIALTO Alfred H. Moore 

943 THE NATIVITY Lilian J. Pocock 

944 CLIFFORD'S INN, London Sarah H. Hancock 

945 TWILIGHT AT WHITE Y Stanley Inchbold 

946 SUNSHINE H. B. Freer 

947 ROBERT BROWNING'S HOUSE AT 

NIGHT Newbiiry A. Trent 

948 EARLY SUMMER - Rosa M. Whitlaw 

949 SAN MICHELE, Venice A. H. Hallam Murray 

950 DR. EDWARD WILSON, of Captain 

Scott's Antarctic Expedition ... Alfred U. Soord 

951 DINAN Henry G. Massey 

952 IN THE VALE OF THE WHITE HORSE Jessie Turner 

953 STORMY WEATHER Frederick J. Kerr 

954 THE NECKLET Thea Proctor 

955 AUTUMN ON THE SOUTH DOWNS, 

near Brighton Marcus B. Huish 

956 DORCHESTER ABBEY Newton Benett 

957 CHRISTCHURCH MINSTER Percy Robertson 

958 WHITE CLIFFS, Broadstairs William F. Yeames,R.A. 

959 THE HEN-ROOST... Minna Bolingbroke 



i9io] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 59 

960 LIEUT.-COL. ALLAN J. C. CUN- 

NINGHAM, R.E. Estella Canziani 

961 THE SWING Alice M. Cook 

962 EARLY SPRING : Oxted Church, 

Surrey Ernest E. Briscoe 

963 THE PRISONER Susan B. Pearse 

964 CHICKS A. Montague Rivers 

965 THE BUTTERFLY Ellen Welby 

966 RIEVAULX ABBEY, Yorkshire ... John D. Walker 

967 IN BERKSHIRE MEADOWS Henry C.Jarvis 

968 IN THE VILLA BORGHESE R. Arthur Pinks 

969 THE FOOTBRIDGE Arthur Rackham 

970 A MAGYAR HORSEHERD Marianne Stokes 

971 NATURE STUDY Henry H. Bulman 

972 FROM MY WINDOW Blanche Baker 

973 UNAPPRECIATED EFFORTS Godfrey Hughes 

974 HOLLYHOCKS L. Hilda Bell 

975 "!N THE SWEET OF THE YEAR" George F. Nicholls 

976 WEEDING Rose Barton 

977 No MORE! Kate Street 

978 THE NIGHTINGALE George E. Collins 

979 ON THE BANKS OF THE MED WAY Ellen M. M. Eaton 

980 THE MILL CHAPEL, Reigate ... Walter Gandy 

981 A WOODLAND PATH Robert M. Hughes 

982 LAKE NEMI AND THE CAMPAGNA 

OF ROME . E. Wake Cook 



60 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1910 

983 TOUR DE PHILIPPE LE BEL, near 

Avignon Harold Sund 

984 NEAR DURGAN, Cornwall E. Wornum Tarver 

985 STRANGERS Susan B. Pearse 

986 MARION William Paddock 

987 THE DEVON MAID Lucy E. Pierce 

988 THE ROSE GARDEN : Middachten ... Mima Nixon 

989 THE ANNUNCIATION ... Sidney H. Meteyard 

990 SUMMER SONG Mildred M. Ledger 

991 AN OLD WOMAN OF LAREN, 

Holland Catherine R. Walton 

992 ROSES , Katharine Turner 

993 SUTTON LANE, Gomshall ... W. Gunn Gwennet 

994 HARVEST A. Foord Hughes 

995 CHELSEA OLD CHURCH Agnes R.Jones 

996 IN WOODLAND SHADE ... George H. Edwards 

997 A PEATY STREAM IN COUNTY 

MAYO Woodbine Hinchliff 

998 ON THE EDGE OF THE MOORS Albert G. Stevens 

999 A SUNNY DAY Leonard Walker 

1000 THE WASP Hilda Fairbairn 

1 oo i THE BOWER OF BLISS (Spenser's 

" Faerie Queene ") ... Gertrude D. Hammond 

1002 FORT WILLIAM, from Camus-na- 

Gaul Amy F. Hole 



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1003 THE SEINE IN FLOOD, January 

1910 : St. Gervais, from the 

Quai aux Fleurs Charles Maundrell 

1004 BERBERIS Ernest A. Chadwick 

1005 THE DOVECOTE Sir Philip Burne-Jones^ Bt. 

1006 OLD BOATS, St. Ives W. T. M. Hawksworth 

1007 THE SULTAN C. O'Neill 

1008 FROM THE TERRACE, Powis 

Castle Sir E.J. Poynter, Bt., P.R.A. 

1009 WIMBLEDON COMMON William E. Pimm 

oio THE Box SEATS John Sowerby 

1 01 1 EARLY SPRING John R. Dunning 

101 2 WATFORD MARKET : Saturday night Alfred Macdonald 

1013 LONDON BRIDGE Maude E. Maginniss 

1014 MAIDEN DREAMS William Affleck 

i oi KELP GATHERERS J. Richard Bags haw e 

1016 GOSSIP Harold Sund 

1017 IN THE BORGHESE GARDENS, 

Rome Emily R. Stones 

1018 THE ACROPOLIS Sir Charles Holroyd 

1019 THE DESTROYERS Sir Harry Johnston 

1020 AN OLD FARM C. Ditassut 

102 1 A STUDY IN BROWN: The Hall 

at Holland House Kate M. Wyatt 

1022 AUNT MAUD Frank Haviland 

1023 BY ENCHANTED WATERS Herrick Grahame 



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[1910 



1024 AMINTA Henry J. Stock 

1025 THE FISHERMAN Alice M. Cook 

1026 HOMEWARD James V. Jelley 

1027 MIST Ruth Hobson 

1028 ON A SUFFOLK MOOR M. C. Tennant 

1029 FETTERED George H. Edwards 

1030 DAFFODILS M. Winif ride Freeman 

1031 " MISERERE MEI, DEUS" ... G. E. von W. Kruger 



MINIATURES (Nos. 1032-1263). 



1032 

1033 
1034 

1035 
1036 

1037 
1038 
1039 

1040 



MRS. MAMBY COLGRAVE 
Miss HILDA WALKER 

THE BONNET 

MRS. DARBISHIRE 



Ethel Porter 

Lillian Burns 

Henrietta M. Tarver 

Ethel L. Cobbe 



A LITTLE COMEDY AND JESSAMY 
BRIDE OF TO-DAY 

MRS. RAMSAY HILL 

DORIS 

SPRING 



{BERTHA WOLFTERSTAN, daughter^ 
of Thomas Pellatt, Esq I 
JOHN HUGH MACKENZIE, son off 
Hugh Goodacre, Esq. J 



Edith Hemming 

Marion Reid 

Lillian Burns 

E. Pyne 

Rosalie M. Ems lie 



1910] 



WATER COLOUR ROOM. 



1041 
1042 

1043 
1044 

io45 
1046 

1047 



MRS. NORMAN OGILVIE Annie E. Lowe 

ENAMEL Elizabeth H. Kirkwood 

ENAMEL Elizabeth H. Kirkwood 



Miss MILDRED R. BENNETT 

A PORTRAIT 

Miss HYLDA HERAPATH ... 

1 ROSEMARY, daughter of B. F. 
Russell, Esq 
BETTY, daughter of the late 
E. J. Bridgman, Esq. 



Molly Power 

Cissie Kiihn 

Lionel Heath 

May Bridgman 



"48 MMMATHER I \ Rosalie M. Ensile 

1049 MILLY J. J. Paterson 

1050 PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN ... Richard Tod 

1051 THE LORD GLANTAWE Charles Turrell 

1052 RHODODENDRONS Robert Meyer heim 

1053 Miss GHITA STANHOPE ... Winifred H. Thomson 

1054 PENELOPE Janet D. Mathews 

1055 ROSEMARY Lilian Hall 

1056 GIRL IN BROWN Inez Buchanan 

1057 CAPTAIN G. A. JAMIESON, i6TH 

CAVALRY Gwenneth /. Penny 

1058 CAPTAIN NELSON WARD, R.N., 

M.V.O Rachel Caulfeild 

1059 MRS. BRYCE ALLAN Florence White 

1060 MRS. CHARLES MILLER Dorothy P. Ward 



64 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1910 

1061 PORTRAIT OF A CHILD Lucia F. fuller 

1062 IVY Lillian Burns 

1063 Miss MAY PREBBLE H. Chamen Lintott 

1064 PORTRAIT OF A GIRL Anne Edwards 

1065 THE VISCOUNT ALTHORP ... Alfred Praga 

1066 Miss DOROTHY SANKEY Dorothy F. Roberts 

1067 THE MUSLIN GOWN Anne Edwards 

f-Q (ALISTAIR ) Z7 , 7 7 T ,, 

1068 {PETRONELLE } Ethel L. Cobbe 

1069 A DUTCH GIRL Rachel R. B. Young 

1070 THE VERY REV. DR. ELIOT, 

Dean of Windsor Eleanor Childers 

1071 PORTRAIT GROUP ' Eleanor Palmer 

1072 Miss BRIERLEY Marion E. Broadhead 

1073 DOROTHY MARY, daughter of R. 

Burgess, Esq Dorothy F. Roberts 

1074 BRIDGET, daughter of Captain 

O'Brien Dorothy F. Roberts 

1075 BARBARA, youngest daughter of 

Major Balfour Nellie M. H. Edmunds 

1076 " JOAN," in dress of i8th Century 

Nellie M. H. Edmunds 

1077 JOSEPHINE, eldest daughter of 

Charles Gilbertson, Esq. Nellie M. H. Edmunds 

1078 THE RT. REV. DR. C. J. RIDGEWAY, 

Bishop of Chichester ... Edytha M. Goodwin 



WATER COLOUR ROOM. 65 



1079 PORTRAIT STUDY Bessie Gibson 

Q (LADY MATHER ... ...) D r ,-. ^ r 

1080 {MRS. SAMUEL FINLEV } ^sakeM. Emshe 

1081 DULCIE Percy Buckman 

1082 ISABEL, daughter of R. F. Douton, Esq. 

Isabel f. Douton 

1083 Miss WESTMACOTT Gertrude Mass ey 

1084 Two PEKINGESE DOGS Gertrude Massey 

1085 PORTRAIT OF A LADY Isabel Gordon 

1086 MRS. HERBERT FISHER Maud Eastman 

1087 MRS. WILLIAM WILSON Maud Eastman 

1088 MRS. ERNEST CROFTS Maud Eastman 

1089 THE RIGHT HON. SIR H. H. COZENS- 

HARDY, Master of the Rolls ... Walter Everitt 

1090 Miss FRANCES LEIGHTON ... Walter Everitt 

1091 MADGE Gladys K. M. Bell 

1092 MRS. H. R. HOARE Ruth Alder 

1093 MY FATHER Mabel B. Mess er 

1094 PAUL R. MONTFORD, ESQ. ... Maria Eaton 

1095 BENJAMIN Dorothy Smirke 

1096 FRANK, son of W. G. Turpin, Esq. 

Henrietta M. Tarver 

1097 Miss NANCY MAUNSELL Gustava Spaight 

1098 PORTRAIT OF A LADY Neta Parker 

c 



66 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1910 



1099 ELLEN ADAIR Eleanor Palmer 

1 100 MARJORY Jean Ballantyne 

uoi THE BROWN HAT Olive Hors ford 

1 1 02 SANTHA SINGH Jessie R. Spiller 

1103 LA VIEILLE hand Williams 

1104 BENEDETTA May Gething 

1105 Miss OLIVE BINYON ... Constance H. Cumming 

1106 Miss CORY Ernest A. Widdas 

1107 HYDRANGEA Dorothy P. Ward 

1108 CAPTAIN ERNEST TROUBRIDGE, 

R.N., C.M.G., M.V.O Mildred H. Collyer 

1109 MRS. W. T. C. JONES ... ... Blanche Gottschalk 

1 1 10 A LITTLE PEASANT GIRL ... Ida E. Laidman 
ii ii "As GRANNIE WAS" Gwen Hughes 

1 1 12 MRS. LESLIE MURRAY Freda Bayldon 

1113 NANCY, daughter of Maxwell 

Butchart, Esq Theresa Biitchart 

1114 A JAPANESE PEASANT GIRL ... Louise Conder 

1115 STANLEY Molly Power 

1116 DOROTHY Edith M. Davey 

1117 A STUDY Aimee M. Davies 

1118 "FuzziE" Emily M. Peyton 

1119 Miss GORDON-SMITH Flora Tomkins , 

1120 "TIBBIE" Elsie Gregory 

1 1 2 1 MABEL, daughter of John Tipper, Esq. 

B. V. Walden Taylor 






WATER COLOUR ROOM. 67 

1 122 BETH Kathleen E. Coad 

1123 " PADDY " : a portrait Dora de Bathe 

1124 R. G. C E. M. D. Collingwood 

1125 THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER Anne Douglas 

1126 TONY Winifred Swayne 

1127 DOROTHY Gladys L. Falcke 

1128 "So TIRED" E. Mary Burgess 

1129 GEORGE Dorothy V. Powell 

1130 SYDNEY GORDON ROBERTS, ESQ. Winifred Sandys 

1131 LUMLEY SMITH, ESQ., 2ist Lancers Lois Tanner 

1132 IRENE H.M.Griffith 

1133 MRS. LEONARD MESSEL A.J. Harrison 

1134 SYBIL Adelaide Wicks 

1135 MRS. JOHN HERKOMER Christian Carter 

1136 RUTH Florence P. Lawless 

1137 A PORTRAIT Nora Case 

1138 SYLVIA.-. Maud M. Wear 

1139 MABEL, daughter of L. C. B. 

Goodacre, Esq Grace Goodacre 

1140 MRS. PETTIWARD Madeline F. Gamlen 

1141 VIOLET Flora Luke 

1142 A GENTLEMAN OF OLD Julia B. Bucknill 

1143 OWEN Edith Kemp-Welch 

1144 " DREAMS ": a portrait study ... Hilda M. Far hall 

1145 MADEMOISELLE A Rachel H. Forbes 

C 2 



68 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1910 

1146 A PORTRAIT Sybil Haines 

1147 DAY DREAMS Louise Conder 

1148 EDMEE, daughter of Edward van 

Goethem, Esq Agnes M. Waddilove 

1149 THE ARTIST'S FATHER Agnes E. Foreman 

1150 JULIA JF. Enid Stoddard 

1151 THOUGHTS Annie Pyne 

1152 MARGERY Edwin E. Morgan 

1153 Miss NORAH WAUGH Edith M. Davey 

1154 JUDITH Inez Buchanan 

1155 EILEEN A.M.Foster 

1156 " ECCE ANCILLA DOMINI!" ... Ethel B. Hawker 

1157 A PORTRAIT enamel ... Jennie Moore 

1158 PORTRAIT OF A LADY Edith M. Arnold 

1159 SUZANNE Grace Goodacre 

1160 KATHLEEN Isabella Barnes 

1161 "AROSE" Nor ah Bourne 

1162 ELIZABETH C. Brenda Coward 

1163 ELSA, daughter of Edward van 

Goethem, Esq Agnes M. Waddilove 

1164 BARBARA, daughter of A. H. 

Riseley, Esq Beatrice J. Wilson 

1165 MADEMOISELLE A Frances J. Graham 

1166 AN ACTOR Jessie L. George 

1167 BABY H. Theonie Burrell 

1 1 68 ONE OF BRITAIN'S HAPPY SONS Lilian Rcwney 






IQIO] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 69 

1169 THE LITTLE MODEL Eleanor S. Sterry 

1170 JOHN HERKOMER, ESQ Christian Carter 

1171 THE BLUE TURBAN Winifred Sandys 

1172 ELEANORE Adah Knight 

1173 PORTRAIT STUDY Lilian M. Rayne 

1174 THE FORTUNE-TELLER Rebecca Solomon 

1175 SIMPLICITY Harrison Miller 

1176 PORTRAIT OF A LADY .- Julia Baker 

ii 77 Miss MARGARET HULTON ... Ada M. How ell 

1178 NELL Alice H. Owen 

1179 Miss HELEN TAYLOR Vaudrey, Fisher 

1 1 80 VALENTINE, daughter of E. Waterhouse, 

Esq. Evelyn B. Shaw 

1181 Miss VIOLET BISSET Blanche Buckley 

1182 LEDA Jeannie Reynolds 

1183 MRS. A. DE C. GLUBB ... Helen M. Kempthorne 

1184 A PORTRAIT Marie E. Grnbbe 

1185 PENSIVE Doris H. Campbell 

1186 Miss LAURA DIXON-CLARK ... Stewart Clark 

1187 VERTE ITALIA Aileen G. Burton 

1188 JULIET Dora Blyth 

1189 "THE ROSE" Jessie M. Burgess 

1190 Miss CHRISTIAN M. GLUBB Helen M. Kempthorne 

1191 A PORTRAIT ,. ... Ethel M. Willis 

1192 Miss LIFTMAN Helen M. Goodwin 



70 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1910 

1193 MRS. LAWRIE TREWBY ... E. Constance Trewby 

1194 NELLIE Winifred Swayne 

1195 BLACK AND WHITE Olive Horsford 

1196 HILDA Mabel Edwards 

1197 MARGARET NICOL Blanche Buckley 

1198 A PORTRAIT Esther Shelton 

1199 DORIS, daughter of T. Hallett 

Fry, Esq Adelaide Spark 

1200 ENID Ellen M. Margetson 

1 20 1 PORTRAIT OF A LADY Georgina Laing 

202 PORTRAIT ... Eleanor S. Sterry 

1203 THE ARTIST'S MOTHER ... ... Lily J. Hughes 

1204 LADY DOUGLAS Hope Douglas 

1205 MARY HEATHER, daughter of 

John Kingham, Esq. ... E. M. Rivett Carnac 

0:206 ISABEL, daughter of J. Reed, Esq. Agnes Hurry 

1207 MRS. KING Janet Robertson 

*2o8 THE PROFESSOR Ada Stone 

4209 "MODELLED FROM THE MASTER'S 

DAUGHTER." Longfellow ... Kate E. Cowderoy 

12 10 SWEET SIXTEEN Ethel M. Willis. 

121 1 MRS. WILLIAM BIRD William Bird 

1212 MRS. H. R. YGLESIAS Lilian Hacker 

213 RUTH, daughter of Sir Francis 

Hopwood, G.C.M.G., K.C.B. Evelyn B. Sha\ 



igio] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 71 

1214 A PORTRAIT Ada M. Howell 

1215 "LETTICE" May Arnold 

1216 MRS. FALCON-COOKE Riith Alder 

1217 MRS. DONALD ROBERTSON ... Janet Robertson 

1218 THE PINK ROSE Lesa Hallam 

1219 Miss TUCKER Nora Horrell 

1220 " STANDING WITH RELUCTANT 

FEET WHERE THE BROOK AND 

RIVER MEET" Georgia A. E. MacKinlay 

1 22 1 "POOR AND CONTENT IS RICH, 

AND RICH ENOUGH " Dorothy Darnell 

'1222 MRS. R. A. SWAYNE Winifred Swayne 

1223 THOMAS ROBERTS, ESQ. ... Katharine M. Robert? 

1224 A PORTRAIT Margaret H. Dale 

1225 BED-TIME Ethel C. Brisley 

1226 PORTRAIT OF A LADY May B. Lee 

1227 R. EMMOTT LARGE, ESQ Murid Hardy 

1228 MARY AND HILDA REEVES Katharine M. Roberts 

1229 JOAN Vera Lancaster 

1230 Miss AVERIL M. LOTHIAN 

NICHOLSON Maud E. Pilkington 

1231 WAITING FOR THE BARGE ... Maud Wheelwright 

1232 THE CURTAIN M. G. Morris 

1233 JACK Inez Buchanan 

1234 MRS. J. H. PATERSON Frances Garnett 



72 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1910 

1235 BOBBIE Esther Shelton 

1236 IRIS A. Travers Cazalet 

1237 PORTRAIT STUDY Ephraim Strellett 

1238 IRENE Little Pannell 

1239 MLISANDE Lude E. Walsh 

1240 A CRIMEAN VETERAN J. B. Gregson 

1241 ZOE J. A dye Ram 

1242 GRANNY Jessie L. George 

1243 Miss KITTY HYDE Margaret Haley 

1244 CAPT. L. C. GRUBBE Marie E. Grubbe 

1245 MRS. FRED TERRAS * Eleanor Palmer 

1246 A PORTRAIT Gertrude C. Clarke 

1247 "MARION" Florence Hewlett 

1248 ROTHA DE SELINCOURT Janet Robertson 

1249 MILDRED Esther Shelton 

1250 MRS. NORMAN F. ADDIS Edith M. Hinchley 

1251 BOY'S HEAD Constance E. Wise 

1252 "A FAIR FACE" Laura B. S. Clunas 

1253 A STUDY '...Ada E. Richardson 

1254 Miss AVELINE Chris Adams 

1255 Miss NORA McKENNA Hylda Herapath 

1256 A PORTRAIT E. L. Clink 

1257 "MiNA" Lucy Madele) 

1258 "LYDDY" Kate E. Cow dero\ 



igio] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 73 

1259 JOYCE, daughter of Comerford 

Bradley, Esq Louisa H. Liiker 

1260 AGNES, daughter of T. Docksey, 

Esq Bertha J. Johnson 

1261 JOANELLE Elsie P. Usher 

1262 "EILEEN" Nina Hardy 

1263 ANNA Pansy Mis chef 



BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. 



ETCHINGS, DRAWINGS, AND ENGRAVINGS. 



(Nos. 1264-1407.) 

1264 TOUR DE'L'EGLISE ST. JACQUES, 

Anvers Douglas /. Smart 

1265 MRS. SCOTT MONCRIEFF after 

Sir H. Raeburn, R.A Elizabeth Gulland 

1266 BOOK-PLATE Charles W. Sherborn 

1267 ILLUSTRATION FOR " LE CAPITAINE 

FRAISSE, VALLOMBREUSE" ... Georges Bruyer 

1268 THE FOSSIL SHOP, Lyme Regis Marion F. Drewry 

1269 ILLUSTRATION TO "RUBAIYAT" OF 

OMAR KHAYYAM ,. William G. Easton 



74 BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. [1910 

1270 TILE-WORKS, near Ashford H. Boardman Wright 

1271 CLOISTERS OF ST. TROPHEME, 

Aries Charles O. Murray 

1272 A SOMERSET LANDSCAPE Norman Hirst 

1273 " SMALL AND OF NO REPUTATION " 

after Marie Seymour Lucas Arthur T. Tiirrell 

1274 THE LATE H. L. BISCHOFFSHEIM, ESQ. 

after Sir H. von Herkomer, R.A. 

T. Hamilton Crawfon 

1275 THE TOWERS OF LYNN ... Edward W. Charlie 

1276 RUE DE BARRES, Paris A lick G. Horsnell 

1277 ON THE MEDWAY Constance M. Pott 

1278 THE EDGE OF THE MOOR Reginald E. J. Bush 

1279 CHECKMATE after C. M. Webb E. Marsden Wilson 

1280 SEA FAIRIES Janet S. C. Simpson 

1281 ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH, Hanover- 

square Nathaniel Spark 

1282 DOORWAY OF ST. MARY-LE-BOW 

CHURCH, Cheapside Stanley Anderson 

1283 THE STEAM CRANE: Waterloo- 

bridge H. Macbeth- Raeburn 

1284 A CRIMEAN VETERAN Inez Tophan 

1285 SECOND-HAND BOOKS Elsie L me 

1286 BEACH HOUSES, Deal ... Margaret M. Rudg 

1287 ST. MARTIN'S-IN-THE-FIELDS ... Malcolm Osborn 

1288 BOATYARD. VENICE E. A. Hop 



IQIO] BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. 75 

1289 MR. PEPYS AT GRAVESEND ... Robert Spence 

1290 "WHERE FORLORN SUNSETS 

FLARE AND FADE, ON DESO- 
LATE SEA AND LONELY SAND " PcrCWal Gaskell 

1291 A DOCTOR OF LAWS George Day 

1292 INTERIOR OF A RUINED MILL Olive 'Branson 

1293 LA RUE DES CORDELIERS, FALAISE 

Adeline S. lllingworth 

1294 SHOREHAM : Low tide H. Sheppard Dale 

1295 MADISON GARDEN, New York... Annie William* 

1296 ST. JOHN'S, Oxford Albany E. Howarth 

1297 THE REPAIRING FLOAT Katharine Kimball 

1298 NOTRE DAME, St. L6 Charles J. Watson 

1299 LA PORTE MARECHAL, Bruges 

Alexander P. Thomson 

1300 CLARENCE FORT, Rochester ... Constance M. Pott 

1301 LATE AFTERNOON R. C. Peter 

1302 ST. PAUL'S ... William Walcof 

1303 AYOT ST. LAWRENCE Sydney E. Wilson 

1304 WHEELWRIGHT'S SHOP AT ETAPLES 

Edward M. Synge 

1305 SUR LE QUAI MONTEBELLO, Paris H. A. Webster 

1306 THE SHOP ON THE CORNER ... Stanley Anderson' 

1307 MOONLIGHT Richard Macintosh 

1308 BY THE RIVER, Kew Catherine Smith 

1309 THE BARQUE Katharine Kimbale 



76 BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. [1910 

1310 OLD STEEPLE, Dundee John D. Revel 

1311 A LITTLE SHOP, Paris R. Roy Gill 

1312 MASTER HARE after Sir Joshua 

Reynolds, P.R. A Sydney E. Wilson 

1313 Miss BENEDETTA RAMUS after 

George Romney Richard Smythe 

1314 THE WINE COMMITTEE after 

W. Dendy Sadler Arthiir J. Turrell 

1315 THE BRIDGE Alfred Hartley 

1316 Miss BEATRICE STEWART C. W. Barber 

1317 A BRETON MARKET Percy Lancaster 

1318 ROTHENBURG o' TAUBER ... Adeline S. Illingworth 

1319 Miss KITTY FISHER after Sir 

Joshua Reynolds, P.R. A. ... Richard Smythe 

1320 THE YOUNG COTTAGER after 

Thomas Gainsborough, R.A. Norman Hirst 

1321 THE STREET, Whitstable Frank Short, A. 

1322 GRIZZLIES Winifred Austen 

1323 THE LAST MUSTER lithograph 

Sir H. von Herkomer, R.A. 

1324 FOREST TREES Reginald E. J. Bush 

1325 TENDERNESS after J. B. Greuze H. T. Greenhead 

1326 MONT RIGHI AT DAWN after 

J. M. W. Turner, R.A Frank Short, A. 

1327 ESSEX ARCH, Strand Harold M. Stone 

1328 LA COUR DE L'ANGE GABRIEL, 

St. Riquier William Anseh 



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BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. 



77 



1329 A BOOKPLATE Alfred J. Downey 

1330 A BOOKPLATE George W. Eve 

1331 A BOOKPLATE Alfred J. Downey 

1332 THE DUKE OF NORTHUMBERLAND 

after Sir E. J. Poynter, Bt, P.R.A. 

T. Hamilton Crawford 

1 333 " THROUGH THE CALM AND FROSTY 

AIR " after Joseph Farquharson, A. William Hole 

1334 LADY THERESA PARKER after 

Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A. Norman Hirst 

1335 THE ROAD TO THE VILLAGE ... Herbert Dicksee 

1336 ANCIENNE FACULTF, DE MDECINE, 

Paris H. A. Webster 

1337 THE LYCEUM Stanley Anderson 

1338 A PRIMEVAL CHIEFTAIN Winifred Austen 

1339 THE ORPHAN lithograph 

Sir H. von Herkomer, R.A. 

1340 THE ASSASSIN Winifred Austen 

1341 MRS. LAUZUN after Sir Henry 

Raeburn, R.A Walter A. Cox 

1342 THE EARL OF WEMYSS after 

John S. Sargent, R.A Leopold Goetze 

1343 KNARESBOROUGH CASTLE after 

Peter deWint Frank Short, A. 

1344 THE FONT, Henbury, Bristol ... Inez Topham 

1345 PEACE Richard Wallwork 

1346 THE AVENUE Edward W. Charlton 



78 BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. [1910 

1347 HIGH NOON IN THE BOAT- YARD, 

Rye Martin Hardie 

1348 THE HARBOUR-MASTER'S, Limehouse 

Mabel C. Robinson 

1349 NOCTURNE Alexander P. Thomson 

1350 " THE SNOWY GARB OF A SLEEPING 

EARTH " after Joseph Farquharson, A. 

Victor Focillon 

1351 DENHAM A. H. Williams 

1352 THE STAIRCASE, Moreton Hall, 

Cheshire Sidney Tushingham 

1353 DR. ALFRED RUSSELL WALLACE, O.M. 

William Strang^ A. 

1354 AN AMERICAN GIRL Balfour Ker 

1355 JOAN Helen Bedford 

1356 H.H. PRINCESS VICTORIA OF 

SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN John S. Eland 

r 357 "THINK AND THANK" Percy Thomas 

1358 A STRAND LANE Harold M. Stone 

1359 POOLE HARBOUR Percival Gaskell 

1360 LIEUT.-COL. SIR ARTHUR J. BIGGE, 

G.C.V.O., K.C.B /. Seymour Lucas, R.A. 

1361 CATHERINE Helen Bedford 

1362 DORA, daughter of Charles E. Hawker, Esq. 

William F. Measom 

1363 CHAS. M. KOHAN, ESQ E. Horwitz 

1364 BRIGHTON ... Eleanor Fell 

1365 A BOOKPLATE George W. Eve 



9io] BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. 79 

1366 PEELING POTATOES A. R. Barker 

1367 A BOOKPLATE George W. Eve 

1368 DR. HENRY JACKSON, O.M. ... William Strang^ A. 

1369 ERNEST HOLMAN, ESQ Charles E. Ritchie 

1370 MRS. JAMES BUCKLEY Ethel Wright 

1371 THE VIKING'S DAUGHTER ... Herbert Dicksee 

1372 A BIT OF OLD BROMLEY... Janet S. C. Simpson 

1373 WALTON MILL C. H. Baskett 

1374 i4TH CENTURY GATEWAY, ST. 

BARTHOLOMEW THE GREAT ... Myra K. Hiighes 

1375 ROSA MUNDI Dorothy Fitchew- 

1376 Miss CONSTANCE GRAHAM ... Alfred Ward 

1377 PORTRAIT OF A GIRL ... Edward S. Annison 

1378 EILEEN, daughter of B. Ernest 

Figgis, Esq Kathleen E. Figgis 

1379 THE GREEN, Bosham A lick G. Horsnell 

1380 HAZEL., Percy J. Wright 

1381 INTERIOR OF A NORFOLK FORGE 

H. Boardman Wright 

1382 MARY, daughter of B. Ernest 

Figgis, Esq Kathleen E. Figgis 

1383 JEANNE D'ARC Alfred Ward 

1384 MRS. GORDON KENYOI* Charles E. Ritchie 

1385 THE DESSERT Gabriel Nicolet 

1386 HENDRICYE STOFFELS after 

Rembrandt . ... ... F. G. Stevenson 



So BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. [1910 

1387 JAMES WILDER, ESQ Paid Henry 

1388 EVENING, Blythburgh Marion O. Sharp 

1389 MARKET PLACE, Thun Margaret Sissons 

1390 ALONE Sir Philip Btirne-Jones ^ Bt. 

1391 THE BLACK HAT Louise R. Jacobs 

1392 ILLUSTRATION TO A STORY James Durden 

1393 THE SONG OF THE SHIRT Reginald E. /. Bush 

1394 THE HON. CHARLES PARSONS, C.B. 

Kathleen Streatfeild 

1395 ROGER ST. AUBYN Alexander Macdonald 

1396 OTHER PEOPLE'S ANCESTORS W. Hatherell 

1397 THROUGH THE LONG NIGHT 

WATCHES Janet S. C. Simpson 

1398 PORTRAIT STUDY Leopold L. Swain 

1399 OLD DUBLIN QUAY HOUSES ... Myra K. Hughes 

1400 JASON SOWING THE DRAGON'S 

TEETH Robert Spence 

1401 ILLUSTRATION TO "THUMBELINA" 

Hans Andersen Linley Sambourne 

The Mother Toad introduces her son to Thumbelina. 

1402 AN OLD PEASANT Louise R. Jacobs 

1403 LADY MIDDLETON Horace van Ruith 

1404 SKETCH OF A LADY C. W. Barber 

1405 A FAIRY TALE Robert J. E. Moony 

1406 ST. PAUL'S Henri B. van Raalte 

1407 PILATE'S WIFE Dorothy W. Hawksley 



I 9 ioj ( 81 



ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 



ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS. 



(Nos. 1408-1676.) 

1408 AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS, Cambridge 

University, showing additions Arnold Mitchell 

1409 GIRLS' SCHOOL, Harrogate ... William G. Scott 

1410 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, Didsbury : 

new department for girls .../". and /. Swarbrick 

1411 TECHNICAL SCHOOLS, Cork Arthur Hill 

1412 ST. PETER'S CHURCH HALL AND 

INSTITUTE, Cricklewood John Hudson 

1413 HOTEL, Southampton-row W. Ernest Hazell 

1414 DESIGN FOR PRESTON GRAMMAR 

SCHOOL FOR BOYS Ernest R. Dan ford 

1415 STANDON HALL, Staffs : entrance 

elevation /. Francis Doyle 

1416 PROPOSED HOSPITAL FOR HOUNSLOW 

/. Ernest Franck 

1417 MAIN ENTRANCE, textile school, 

Bradford Reginald G. Kirkby 



82 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1910 

1418 Two HOUSES ON THE HAMPSTEAD 

GARDEN SUBURB Herbert A. Welch 

1419 PEACE PALACE AT THE HAGUE : 

exterior Alex. Koch 

1420 NEW LONDON COUNTY HALL Ralph Knott 

1421 REFUGE ASSURANCE Co., Man- 

chester : the courtyard Paul Waterhouse 

1422 No. 65 HARLEY-STREET ... ... Claude W. Ferrier 

1423 NEW CROSBY HALL, Chelsea Wratten and Godfrey 

1424 DESIGN FOR TRAINING COLLEGE 

FOR TEACHERS, Leeds Sydney D. Kitson 

1425 CRATHORNE HALL, Yorks 

E. George, A., and A. B. Yeates 

1426 THE RADIUM INSTITUTE, Riding 

House-street, Portland-place T. P. Figgis 

1427 NEW LIBRARY, St. Albans ... A. E. Richardson 

1428 DESIGN FOR BRANCH LIBRARY, 

Deptford ... H. A. Welch and F. J. W. Hart 

1429 BRANCH LIBRARY, Great Lever, 

Bolton Brads haw and Gass 

1430 POLICE COURTS, Burton-on-Trent ... Henry Beck 

1431 PELHAM SCHOOL, Wimbledon H. P. Burke Downing 

1432 ENTRANCE TO THIRD CHURCH 

OF CHRIST SCIENTIST, Curzon- 

street, Mayfair Lanchester and Rickaras 

1433 TIMBER HOUSE, Grand Falls, 

Newfoundland R. Douglas Wells 



1910] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 83 

1434 PUBLIC BATH, Nechells, Bir- 

mingham A rthur Harrison 

1435 PUBLIC HALL, Llanelly ... H. P. Burke Downing 

1436 HYMERS COLLEGE AND NEW 

SCIENCE BUILDING, Hull John Bilscn 

1437 BRANCH LIBRARY, Astley Bridge, 

Bolton J. Bradshaw Gass 

1438 PROPOSED ADDITIONS TO TOWN 

HALL, Stoke-on-Trent : Com- 
petitive design Norton and Boutcker 

1439 DESIGN FOR OFFICES Matthew S. Hack 

1440 STUDENTS' ENTRANCE TO A PROVINCIAL 

SCHOOL OF ART Basil Oliver 

1441 DESIGN FOR BLACKPOOL LIBRARY: 

Main entrance ... D. Bis-* 1 ind R. Oldham 

1442 SCALE SKETCH FOR PAINTED WINDOW 

Dorothy A. Courtney 

1443 DESIGN -FOR A MEMORIAL WINDOW 

James H. Hogan 

1444 " EASTER MORN " : Design for 

Stained Glass, Coseley Church Walter H. Camm 

1445 WELSH NATIONAL MUSEUM ... John Myers 

1446 NEW LIBRARY, Lincoln College 

Oxford Read and MacDonald 

1447 NEW MUSEUM OF ARCHEOLOGY 

AND ETHNOLOGY FOR THE 

UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE.../! G. Jackson, R. A. 



84 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1910 

1448 RECESS IN HALL H. Davis Richter 

1449 ST. KATHARINE : design for window George J. Hunt 

1450 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS 

WINDOW Alexander Gas coy ne 

1451 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS 

WINDOW Alexander Gas coy ne 

1452 HOUSE AT CHURCH STRETTON, 

Salop Ernest Newton 

1453 LONDON AND PROVINCIAL BANK, 

Maida-Vale Banister Fletcher and Sons 

1454 " MARROWELLS," Walton-on-Thames A. Winter Rose 

1455 DESIGN FOR OLD LINKS GOLF- 

CLUB HOUSE, St. Anne's-on-- 

the-sea /. B. Pye and D. Bird 

1456 " CORNERLOT," Hardelot, France J. Herbert Somerset 

1457 PROPOSED NEW QUADRANGLE, 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge Leonard Stokes 

1458 " LABOUR " THE VINEYARD : section 

of stained glass window . . . George Parlby 

1459 THE GOOD SAMARITAN: design 

for a window Margaret I. C hilt on 

1460 No. 4 WIMPOLE-STREET W. Henry White 

1461 THE MITCHELL LIBRARY, Glasgow William B. Whitie 

1462 ST. PETER'S SCHOOL, Weston- 

super-mare W. H. Ward and W. ! G. Cogswell 

1463 BICTON HALL, Devon Walter Tapper 

1464 " OLANTIGH," Wye, Kent Ernest R. Barrow 



ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 85 

1465 THE STUDENTS' UNION IN PRINCE 

CONSORT-ROAD, in connection 
with the Imperial College of 
Science and Technology, South 
Kensington Sir A. Webb^.K. 

1466 ABER ARTRO, Llanbedr, Merioneth C. E. Bateman 

1467 " RATHEN," Hindhead Henry A. Saul 

1468 " HIGHFIELDS," Marlow Lionel F. Crane 

1469 THE SENIOR SCHOOL, Bathgate J. Graham Fairley 

1470 NEW BUILDINGS, Magdalene College, 

Cambridge, from the river 

Sir A. Webb, R.A., and E. I. Bell 

1471 SUTTON VALENCE SCHOOL 

H. P. Adams and C. Holden 

1472 THE ENTRANCE TO THE MALL 

FROM CHARING-CROSS, showing 

the opening from Trafalgar- ^ 

square widened Sir A. Webb^.A. 

1473 GREAT MAYTHAM, Rolvenden, 

Kent Edwin L. Liityens 

1474 No. 8 BARTON-STREET, Westminster 

H. Field and E. Simmons 

1475 " FIELDHEAD," Kingston Hill Arthur J. Hardwick 

1476 " HIGHFIELDS," Marlow Lionel F. Crane 

1477 DESIGN FOR AN AUTOMOBILE CLUB 

IN A CAPITAL CITY ...Chevalier W.Beaumont 

1478 THE COMMON ROOM AT ROUNTON 

GRANGE, Northallerton George Jack 



86 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1910 

1479 HOUSE AT DEESIDE, Cheshire ... E. Guy Dawber 

1480 THE CROFT, Woodchurch 

J. W. Fair and Val Myer 

1481 PROPOSED NEW RESIDENTIAL 

CLUB, Bolsover-street R. Stephen Ay ling 

1482 PROPOSED HOTEL AND MOTOR- 

BOAT CLUB, Shoreham Beach, 

Sussex ... W. H. Seth Smith and W. E. Monro 

1483 HOUSE IN TEESDALE Leonard S. Wood 

1484 STOATLEY HALL, Haslemere Read and MacDonald 

1485 ARDENRUN PLACE : entrance front Ernest Newton 

1486 DESIGN FOR BERKSHIRE COUNTY 

OFFICES S. B. Russell and E. Cooper 

1487 INSURANCE OFFICES, Brisbane... Hall and Do ds 

1488 ST. PAUL'S MISSION HALL, SALE David Bird 

1489 NURSERY RHYMES: designed for 

execution in scrap glass, for 

nursery and nursery landing ... Walter H. Camm 

1490 ADDITIONS AND ALTERATIONS, 

Grassendale, Southbourne, Hants 

Charles B. Cleveland 

1491 ST. KATHERINE'S CHURCH, Frit- 

ton Long Stratton, Norfolk : 

restoration of rood screen .../". Harold Gibbons 

1492 DESIGN FOR A BUILDER'S WINDOW 

James H. Hogan 

1493 "KNOWLEDGE": design for a 

speech-room window James H. Hogan 






1910] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 87 

1494 WINDOW, Visitation Convent, Harrow 

Arthur A. Orr 

1495 ROYAL ACADEMY OF Music, Marylebone- 

road ...... E. George, A., and A. B. Yeates 

1496 WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL: sug- 

gestion for restoring the cloister 
in connection with the necessary 
buttressing of the south side of 
the nave ............ T. G.Jackson, R.A. 

1497 DESIGN FOR PROCESSIONAL 

CROSS, in silver and oak-wood Joseph Phillips 

1498 ST. URSULA : design for stained glass 

Andrew Stoddart 

1499 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS 

WINDOW ............... Reginald O. 



1500 " SIGHT" : design for stained glass 

Hilda M. Pemberton 

1501 SWEDENBORGIAN CHURCH, Willesden 

Green ............... J. E. Dixon Spain 

1502 ST. PETER: design for a stained 

glass window ............ Lilian J. Pocock 

1503 CHURCH OF ST. ALBAN, Romford : 

exterior ............... Arnold H. Hook 

1504 OATLEYS HALL, Northants Hon. A. McGarel Hogg 

1505 HOUSE AT HORNING, Norfolk ... Dennis Bamford 

1506 DESIGN FOR CHURCH ...... Edgar Wood 

1507 WINDOW, Fawley Church, Berks Arthur A. Orr 



88 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1910 

1508 CHURCH OF ST. JOHN, Herne Hill 

Treadwell and Martin 

1509 THE HARRISON MEMORIAL CHURCH, 

Wallasey, and the Sir John Willox 

Memorial Church, Orrell ... J. Francis Doyle 

1510 PROPOSED CHURCH, Gowerton, 

near Swansea Glendinning Moxha m 

1511 PROPOSED CHURCH AT HOLBECK 

WOODHOUSE, near Welbeck, Notts. Louis Ambler 

1512 PROPOSED ANGLICAN COUNTRY 

CHURCH, Laidley, Queensland Hall and Dods 

1513 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS WINDOW 

Alexander Gas coy ne 

1514 DESIGN FOR A COVER FOR AN 

OLD FONT IN A CHURCH NEAR 

CROMER A. Michael Durrani 

1515 ALL SAINTS' CHURCH, Farnworth, 

near Bolton Frank R. Freeman 

1516 CHURCH OF ST. THOM^P, 

Charlton, Andover, Hants ... Hugh C. Benson 

1517 PROPOSED REBUILDING, St. Nicholas 

Church, Taplow Charles J. Blomfield 

1518 CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW, Coulsdon : 

exterior ... F. H. Greenaway and J. E. Newberry 

1519 DIOCESAN OFFICES, book depot, 

and synod house, Brisbane, Queensland 

Hall and Dods 

1520 REREDOS, in carved oak : painted panels 

W. Henry fewitt 






I9io] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 89 

1521 NEW SCREENS, etc., Weobley 

Church, Herefordshire Roland W. Paiu 

1522 SCHOOL CHAPEL, North Eastern 

County School, Barnard Castle William D. Carbe 

1523 ST. WILFRID'S CHURCH, Harrogate Temple Moore 

1524 PROPOSED DESIGN, All Saints' 

Church, Pokesdown, Bournemouth 

J. Oldrid Scott and Son 

1525 ST. SAVIOUR'S CHURCH, Westcliff 

E. B. Hoare and M. Wheeler 

1526 DESIGN FOR THE WEST END OF 

A TOWN CHURCH A.J. Clifford Ew en 

1527 ST. ANNE'S CHURCH, Royton, Oldham 

Temple Moore 

1528 HILL CHURCH, Sutton Coldfield C. E. Bateman 

1529 NEW ROOD-SCREEN AND PULPIT, 

St. Edmund's, Downham Market, 

Norfolk Geoffry Lucas 

1530 ST. GABRIEL'S NEW PARISH 

CHURCH, Bishopwearmouth, 

Sunderland Clare A. C. Greene 

1531 INTERIOR OF ENTRANCE HALL, 

Horton Hall, Northampton W. Courtenay le Maitre 

1532 ALL SAINTS' CHURCH, Porthcawl George E. Halliday 

1533 LECTERN, Likoma Catherdral Roger -s, Bone^ and Coles 

1534 HAVEN CHURCH, Cardigan Bay, 

North Wales William Ellis and Scott 



90 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1910 

1535 ALL SAINTS' CHURCH, Bedford ... G. P. Allen 

1536 ALTERATIONS TO CHANCEL, St. James- 

the-Less Church, Plymouth ... T. Rogers Kit sell 

J 537 CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE 

VIRGIN, Laira, Plymouth ... T. Rogers Kitsell 

1538 DESIGN FOR MIDDLESBROUGH 

PUBLIC LIBRARY Herbert S. Fleming 

1539 KHARTOUM CATHEDRAL: west 

front and tower R. Weir Schultz 

1540 PROPOSED ADDITIONS, St. Mary's 

Church, Welwyn, Herts Charles J. Blomfield 

1541 CHURCH OF ST. MICHAEL, Beckton 

A. H. Ryan Tenison 

1542 BAPTIST CHURCH, St. John's- 

wood H. Rogers Houchin 

1543 HOUSE AT NORTH WOOD, Middlesex 

Thomas H. Rhodes 

1544 COUNTY GRAMMAR SCHOOL, 

Market Harborough Henry W.Johnson 

1545 HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, Kingsway 

John Belcher, R.A. 

1546 DESIGN FOR CENTRAL PUBLIC 

LIBRARY AT MIDDLESBROUGH Thomas Tyrwhitt 

1547 CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD, 

Ealing William A. Pitt 

1548 "LABOUR" THE CARPENTER'S 

SHOP : section of stained glass 

window ... George Parlby 



IQIO] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 91 

1549 NEW INTERIOR, St. Wilfrid's 

Church, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, 

Notts Louis Ambler 

1550 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS 

WINDOW, Millom Parish Church Shrigley and Hunt 

1551 HOME FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN, 

Pyrford, near Woking, for the 
Church of England Waifs and 
Strays Society Edward J. May 

1552 NEW OFFICE OF H.M. WOODS, 

FORESTS, AND LAND REVENUES, 

Whitehall John Murray 

1553 NEW GATES TO WATER GARDEN, 

Aldenham House, Elstree Charles f. Blomfield 

1554 HULL TRAINING COLLEGE: 

competitive design William G. Wilson 

1555 DESIGN FOR COLCHESTER TECHNICAL 

INSTITUTE Chevalier W. Beaumont 

1556 THE ASHTON MEMORIAL, Lancaster. 

Diploma work, deposited on his 

election as an Academician ...John Belcher, R.A. 

1557 HOUSE AT HERTFORD HEATH 

J. W. Simpson and M. Ayrton 

1558 ST. DAVID'S CHURCH, Bathgate /. Graham Fairley 

1559 DESIGN FOR THE WOODARD 

SOCIETY GIRLS' SCHOOL, 

Harrogate J. Henry Sellers 

1560 ST. PETER'S VICARAGE, Ealing P. Morley Horder 



92 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1910 

1561 NEW OAK DINING-ROOM, Brandean 

House Edward A. Minty 

1562 ST. ALBANS PUBLIC LIBRARY : 

accepted design F. Guilford W. Ditdley 

1563 THE " DOONE," Byfleet, Surrey Castle and Warren 

1564 "DORMERS," Bovingdon, Herts: 

entrance court Walter E. Hewitt 

1565 OAK BRIDGE AND APPROACH, 

St. Petroe Minor, Cornwall ... T. Rogers Kitsell 

1566 HOUSE AT HEADLEY, Surrey ... E. Guy Dawber 

1567 NEW BUILDING FOR THE ZOOLOGICAL 

SOCIETY OF LONDON, Regent's-park 

John Belcher, R.A. 

1568 RECONSTRUCTION AND ADDITIONS, 

Woolstaplers' Hall, Campden Charles R. Ashbee 

1569 CRAGWOOD, Windermere ... Frank B. Dunkerley 

1570 ADDITIONS TO DESS, Aberdeenshire 

Walter R. Davidson 

1571 " BEECHLAW," Puttenham, Surrey Forsyth and Maiile 

1572 THE VILLAGE HALL, Panshanger 

Charles H. Townsend 

1573 THE PRYORS, Hampstead Hart and Waterhouse 

1574 HOUSE IN PORTLAND-PLACE . James J. S. Nay lor 

1575 HOUSE AND GARDEN AT SUNNINGDALE 

Charles E. Mallows 

1576 HOUSE IN UPPER BROOK-STREET James J. S. Nay lor 



IQIO] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 93 

1577 PROPOSED HOUSE NEAR GODALMING, 

Surrey Geoffry Lucas 

1578 SKETCH FOR A HOUSE IN THE 

NORTH OF SCOTLAND ... Walter R. Davidson 

1579 No. 47 UPPER GROSVENOR-STREET 

R. Gardner Hammond 

1580 ENTRANCE LODGES AT DORE 

MOOR HOUSE, Derbyshire ... Alan f. Royds 

1581 HOUSE AT GUILDFORD, Surrey Charles A. Battle 

1582 THREE HOUSES, Hampstead garden 

suburb Courtenay M. Crickmer 

1583 POND GARDEN, Pittencrieff House, 

Dunfermline Thomas H. Maw son 

1584 HOUSE AT WEYBRIDGE A. Vivian Jackson 

1585 BERKSHIRE COUNTY OFFICES, 

Reading Frederick J. Horth 

1586 HOUSE NEAR OXTED, Surrey Ernest W. Marshall 

1587 HOUSE 'AT WORPLESDON HlLL, 

Surrey William H. Harrison 

1588 HANGER HILL, Sussex Edward T. Powell 

1589 ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH INSTITUTE, 

Camberwell H. P. Burke Downing 

1590 PROPOSED HOUSE AT ESHER, 

Surrey John N. R. Vining 

1591 THE VILLA IN THE WARREN, 

Ewhurst, Surrey Arthur 7. Bolton 



94 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1910 

1592 SANCTUARY CANDLESTICK, for 

Church of St. Peter, Hornsey J. Standen Adkins 

1593 BARCLAY'S BANK, Southwark Hubbard and Moore 

1594 UPTON GREY, Hants Ernest Newton 

1595 XAVERIAN COLLEGE SANATORIUM, 

Mayfield, Sussex T. O. Foster and P. W. Lovell 

1596 PROPOSED COTTAGE AT PRESTBURY, 

Cheshire A. Edgar Beresford 

1597 NEW HALL AT 67 QUEEN' S-GATE 

Edward F. C. Biickley 

1598 RESIDENCE, Wantage J. W. Fair and Val Myer 

1599 PROPOSED LONDON HOUSE ... L. MacDonald Gill 

1600 PROPOSED HOUSE, South Harrow 

G. E. Dunnage and C. H. Hartmann 

1 60 1 SPROWSTON COURT, near Norwich Oswald P. Milne 

1602 DESIGN FOR THE NATIONAL MUSEUM 

OF WALES, Cardiff A. Wyatt Papworth 

1603 "ST. ETHELDREDA": design for 

stained glass Florence Camm 

1604 No. 27 BERKELEY-SQUARE H. S. Goodhart Rendel 

1605 SMALL HOUSES AT BARNET ... C. Wontner Smith 

1606 COTTAGE AT ROTTINGDEAN, Sussex 

Rowland H. Halls 

1607 COTTAGES, North Wales : frontage 

to street George Hornblower 

1608 HILL CLOSE, Braunton, North Devon 

G. A. E. Schwabe 



I9io] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 95 

1609 DINING HALL, Caius College, 

Cambridge Edward Warren 

1610 DESIGN FOR APPROACH FROM 

ST. PAUL'S BRIDGE Beresford Pite 

1611 No. 84 HARLEY-STREET Claude W. Ferrier 

1612 DESIGN FOR A FRONTAGE ... G. A. E. Schwabe 

1613 PROPOSED PARISH HALL, Lowestoft 

Charles B. Cleveland 

1614 HOUSE AT MINSTER-ON-SEA ... Alfred J. Roddis 

1615 NEW LYCH-GATE, Ramsbury, Wilts Basil Sutton 

1616 MANTEL, entrance hall of an 

insurance office, Euston-square Beresford Pite 

1617 CHEMICAL LABORATORIES' OFFICE 

BLOCK Hart and Waterhouse 

1618 EWELME DOWN, near Wallingford Walter Cave 

1619 HOUSE AT RIPON, Yorks H. Stanton Webber 

1620 NURSES,' HOME, Stone Asylum, 

Dartford Sydney Perks 

1621 SKETCH OF A GARDEN Ernest Willmott 

1622 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR THE 

EXAMINATION HALL, Queen- 
square Eiistace C. Frere 

1623 " BEECHWOOD," Cookham Dean Robert A. Briggs 

1624 MEMORIAL WINDOW IN SAXLINGHAM 

CHURCH, Norfolk Hugh Arnold 

1625 HOUSE AT HIGHGATE Arthiir Keen 



96 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1910 

1626 SHOOTING-BOX IN NORTH DEVON 

Johannes T. Westbye 

1627 PROPOSED HYDROPATHIC ESTABLISH- 

MENT, Cleeve Hill, near Cheltenham 

Healing and Overbtiry 

1628 TOWER AND GARDEN HOUSE AT 

ROYNTON COTTAGE, Rivington 

Thomas H. Mawson 

1629 MANOIR DE LA TRINITE, Jersey 

Reginald T. Blomfield, A. 

1630 " AUCHENROSS," Perthshire ... Foster and Lov ell 

1631 GREAT ROKE, Witley, Surrey : 

the entrance front 

H. T. Buckland- and E. H. Farmer 

1632 SKETCH FOR A FRIEZE Walter Bayes 

1633 WEST FRONT OF HAMPTON COURT 

PALACE : showing proposed re- 
storation of the moat, bridge, 
and great gatehouse ... Charles E. Mallows 

1634 NEW WATER TOWER, Lincoln 

Reginald 7. Blomfield, A. 

1635 GORSEWOOD, Hook Heath, Woking : 

south front Arthur A. Mess er 

1636 " DECEMBER " : design for stained 

glass window Thomas E. Harrison 

1637 HOUSE AT BEACONSFIELD, Bucks Stanley Hamp 

1638 EXTENSIONS TO HOUSE IN 

NORTHUMBERLAND Oliver^ Leeson^ and Wood 



iQioJ ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 97 

1639 THE DENE, Missenden, Bucks Ernest G. Theakston 

1640 SENNOWE PARK : entrance to stable 

courtyard George J. Skipper 

1641 NEW BUILDINGS, Sherborne School 

Reginald T. Blomfield, A. 

1642 THE MOORINGS, Sunningdale 

T. E. Collcutt and S. Hamp 

1643 EASTHAM GRANGE Walter Tapper 

1644 A COUNTRY HOUSE Leslie Mansfield 

1645 ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS, 

Hambrook House, Emsworth 

William C. F. Gillam 

1646 REBUILDING OF Nos. 6, 7, 8, 9 

BURY-STREET, AND No. Ij 

RYDER-STREET, St. James's ... G. Thrale Jell 

1647 HOUSE AND SCHOOL Enoch Ward 

1648 STAPLEFIELD PLACE, Sussex 

C. E. Clayton and E. Black 

1649 " BASKETS;' Colchester D. G. Round 

1650 GAYTON GRANGE John Clarke 

1651 THE MANOR HOUSE, Notgrove, 

Gloucestershire Andrew N. Prentice 

1652 " EAST WEALD," Hampstead : garden 

front H. V. Ashley and W. Newman 

1653 CHURCH AND CLERGY HOUSE Maurice H. Pocock 

1654 CHAPEL OF ST. MARY, Glastonbury : 

reconstruction from existing evi- 
dences W. D. Caroe 



98 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1910 

1655 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH WALES AND 

MONMOUTHSHIRE : memorial 

research laboratory W. D. Caroe 

1656 DESIGN FOR AN EAST WINDOW William Aikman 

1657 BRISBANE CATHEDRAL: interior, 

looking east Frank L. Pearson 

1658 A RENAISSANCE DINING HALL ...Leslie B. Cook 

1659 HOUSE, North Bedfordshire ... Arthur P. Starkey 

1660 LIBRARY AT THE BATTERSEA 

POLYTECHNIC F. Dare Clap ham 

1 66 1 ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS TO 

SHIRENEWTON HALL, Chepstow Norman Evill 

1662 "THE FOUR SEASONS": design 

for stained glass window ... William Aikman 

1663 "THE HOPPIT," Little Baddow, 

Essex Arthur Bartlett 

1664 "WILDSHAW," Limpsfield Arthur Keen 

1665 GRAYTHWAITE HALE, Cheshire Frank B. Dunkerky 

1666 SCHEME FOR THE COLOUR DECORATION 

OF A COUNCIL CHAMBER ... Horace F. Castle 

1667 ST. MAGNUS CATHEDRAL, Kirkwall : 

restoration HippolyteJ. Blanc 

1668 THE CHURCH OF ST. HELEN, 

Ranworth, Norfolk : proposed 

restoration ... W. Davidson and E.J. MacRae 

1669 " COMMERCE " : design for stained 

glass window John C. Hall 



IQIO] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 99 

1670 DESIGN FOR LARGE HALL .James A.Jones 

1671 NORTH-WEST VIEW OF A HOUSE George L. Sutcliffe 

1672 HOUSE AT SIDMOUTH, Devon John Greaves 

1673 SUPERARCHED BRIDGE AT DUNFERMLINE 

Thomas H. Mawson 

1674 THE RED HOUSE, Cromer ... George J. Skipper 

1675 CHURCH AT Rio DE JANEIRO... Edward Lar kins 

1676 NATIONAL OPERA HOUSE FOR A 

FOREIGN GOVERNMENT 

E. O. Sachs and A. H. Lister 



CENTRAL HALL. 



SCULPTURE (Nos. 1677-1712). 



1677 SIR ANDREW H. LEITH FRASER, 

K.C.S.I., late Lieutenant-Governor 
of Bengal. Study for a marble bust 
for the Fraser Hospital^ Burdwan, 
Bengal Leonard Jennings 

1678 FIGURE FOR A CHILD'S TOMB Richard R. Goulden 

1679 BOY PLAYING THE AULOS 

statue r i J. Wenlock Rollins 

D 2 



100 



CENTRAL HALL. [1910 



1680 MAN'S FIRST DISOBEDIENCE 

group Ada F. Gell 

" She gave me of the tree, and I did eat." 

1 68 1 SIR GEORGE LIVESEY statue, 

bronze Fredk. W. Pomeroy^ A. 

1682 THE STRUGGLE group L. Fritz Roselieb 

1683 ALDERMAN W. H. WOODS bust, 

bronze E. Whitney Smith 

1684 MAN AND THE MASKS statue ...Richard Garbe 

1685 F. DERWENT WOOD, ESQ., A. 

bust Frank M. Taiibman 

1686 J. LAWSON BOOTH, ESQ. bust, 

bronze . John Millard 

1687 THE LOST Bow group Albert H. Hodge 

1688 HAGAR statue F. Brook Hitch 

1689 THE LATE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE, 

K.G. statue :__... Alfred Drury, A. 

1690 WARFARE. A portion of the 

Welsh National War Memorial ... Albert Toft 

1691 IPHIGENIA IN AULIS statue ... Alexander J. Leslie 

1692 MRS. E. ALEC TWEEDIE bust Herbert Hampton 

1693 MADAME EUGENIE JOACHIM- 

GIBSON bust Herbert Hampton 

1694 A BROKEN IDOL statue Frank Ransom 

1695 A STUDY bust Reuben Sheppard 






1910] CENTRAL HALL. 101 

1696 BUST bronze. Part of the Tata 

Memorial \ Bombay W. Robert Cotton^ A. 

1697 RICHARD BONINGTON, Painter 

(1801-1828) statue ... Fredk. W. Pomeroy, A. 

1698 PEACE. From the Leicester War 

Memorial J. Crosland McClnre 

1699 BOAR HUNT group Cecil Brown 

1700 SIR C. LAWES-WITTEWRONGE, BT. 

bust Charles Beacon 

1701 THE LATE ARCHBISHOP OF CAPETOWN 

posthumous bust ... Charles L. Hartwell 

1702 DAPHNE statuette Harold Parker 

1703 DIONYSUS statue J. Wenlock Rollins 

1704 TOM SCOTT, ESQ., R.S.A. bust 

Thomas J. Clapperton 

1705 "THE CALL OF THE INFINITE." 

Bronze Memorial to be erected at 

Finchley F. Lynn Jenkins 

1706 THE WAVE Mary Pownall 

1707 MEMORIAL FIGURE Gilbert B ayes 

1708 BENNETT BURLEIGH, ESQ. bust Bertha Burleigh 

1709 JEUNESSES group, marble ... Max Blondat 

1710 "THE WOMAN" W. Wheatley Wagstaff 

" He that is without sin among you, let him first cast 
a stone at her." St. John viii. 7 

1711 KEPHALOS AND PROKRIS group Benjamin Clemens 

1712 WATER-NYMPH statue Paul R. Mont ford 



102 



LECTURE ROOM. 



SCULPTURE (Nos. 1713-1922). 

1713 SIR E. RAY LANKESTER, K.C.B., 

F.R.S. bust James A. Stevenson 

1714 AN ELYSIAN DANCE statuette, 

pear-wood Amand Adamson 

1715 A MOMENT OF PERIL relief ... Percy Portsmouth 

1716 INCROYABLE statuette, bronze .- 

Emanuel Fr'emiet, H.F.A. 

1717 H.M.S. " DREADNOUGHT " panel, 

silver Frank Liitiger 

1718 CHEVAUX DE HALAGE bronze 

Emanuel Fremiet, H.F.A. 

1719 ADMIRAL LORD CHARLES BERESFORD, 

M.P. bust Ed. Lanteri 

1720 DESIGN FOR MEMORIAL TO SOLDIER 

KILLED IN BATTLE relief A. Bertram Pegram 

1721 OFFICER, line regiment, 1810 

statuette, bronze George Halliday 

1722 CHARITY statuette David Me Gill 

1723 LEOPARD WOUNDED statuette Morris Harding 



1910] LECTURE ROOM. 103 

1724 ERIC, son of H. S. Butler, Esq. 

relief, bronze George G. Walker 

1725 FRESH SPRING, the herald relief Thomas J. Cliff 

1726 DESIGN FOR A GARDEN FIGURE 

bronze Ferdinand V. Blundstone 

1727 GRIEF statuette, marble Arthur G. Walker 

1728 THE BLUE COAT SCHOOLBOY 

statuette F. Derwent Wood, A. 

1729 " MARY " bust, wax Una Troubridge 

1730 PANEL FOR SARCOPHAGUS low relief 

Feodora (Countess) Gleichen 

1731 DAYBREAK relief Horace Mont ford 

1732 ROBERT Louis STEVENSON 

statuette, bronze Thomas J. Clapperton 

1 733 PUCK statuette Florence Kmdrick 

1734 FREDERICK HALNON, ESQ. plaquette Avern Feast 

T 735 CHILD WITH A SHELL statuette, 

marble Lillie Reed 

1736 THE RT. REV. W. BOYD CARPENTER, 

D.D., D.C.L., LORD BISHOP OF 

RIPON medallion, bronze ... George G. Walker 

1737 DR. HERMAN ADLER, Chief Rabbi 

medallion Florence R. Emanuel 

1738 CAIN statuette Frank Gatter 

1739 ARTHUR CROSTHWAITE, ESQ. 

statuette, bronze Mervyn Herapath 



104 LECTURE ROOM. [1910 

1740 NYMPH BATHING statuette ... T. Spicer Simson 

1741 PORTRAIT bust Joseph Else 

1742 THE SLEEPING NUN head, marble 

E. Whitney Smith 

1743 MATERNITY relief Charles A. Palmer 

1744 HESITATION statuette, bronze... Frank Baxter 

1745 MELISANDE statuette, silver ... G. Foster Melliar 

1746 ATALANTA statuette, bronze ... Henry Poole 

1747 ANIMA VENTI statuette, bronze Andrea C. Lucchesi 

1748 BACCHANTE bust, marble ... Laura Hay man 

1749 HENRY M. READ, ESQ. bust, marble Sydney March 

1750 H. DILLON RIPLEY, ESQ. bust, bronze 

Elsie R. Ralph 

1751 "LA ROSE" bust, marble ... F. Lynn Jenkins 

1752 ST. CECILIA relief Edith Downing 

1753 THE CHARGE OF BALACLAVA. 

Model of the frieze for the pedestal 
of the equestrian statue of Viscount 
Tredegar at Cardiff W. Goscombe John, R.A. 

1754 THE COUNTESS BEAUCHAMP 

bust, marble John Tweed 

1755 "DREAMS" bust Henry Pegram, A. 

1756 A CHILD'S HEAD marble ... Hans C. Hellmer 

1757 " PIETA " relief. For reredos, All 

Saints, Ennismore Gardens F. Derwent Wood, A. 



LECTURE ROOM. 105 

1758 " INTO THE SILENT LAND" grOUp, 

bronze Henry Pegram, A. 

1759 Miss JEANNETTE DUFOUR relief, 

bronze Henry Pegram^ A. 

1760 " MADONNA OF THE PEACH TREE" : 

Maurice Hewlett head, bronze 

Sir George Frampton^ R. A. 

1761 HYLAS statuette, bronze Alexander J. Leslie 

1762 CRISTABEL bust, marble ... William J. McLean 

1763 Miss KITTY SHANNON bust, 

marble T. Stirling Lee 

1764 THE EARL BEAUCHAMP bust, 

marble John Tweed 

1765 THOMAS ARMSTRONG, ESQ., C.B. 

relief Newbury A. Trent 

1766 A PORTRAIT bust, marble ... Mervyn Lawrence 

1767 PROFESSOR SIR JAMES DEWAR, 

LL.D. bust George D. Macdougald 

1768 WM. MORLEY SMITH, ESQ. bust, 

marble George Alexander 

1769 ANTHONY, son of H. G. Stobart, 

Esq. bust, marble ... Margaret Wrights on 

1770 MRS. MCCONNEL, of Queensland 

relief, marble Harold Parker 

1771 THE SUPPLE JUGGLER statuette, 

bronze R. T. McKenzie 

1772 THE LIZARD statuette Maggie Richardson 

\ 



io6 LECTURE ROOM. [1910 

1773 A FAUN WITH LIZARD statuette, 

bronze E. Y.Jones 

1774 " NAHMA," daughter of Mr. and 

Mrs. Nelson Bird bust ... Helen F. Rock 

1775 SIR THOMAS WRIGHTSON, Bx. 

bust, marble Margaret Wright son 

1776 THE HARVESTER statuette . . . Alexander J. Leslie 

1777 THE EXPULSION FROM PARADISE 

relief Alfred Buxton 

1778 CHEF GAULOIS equestrian statuette, 

bronze Emanuel Fremiet^ H.F.A. 

1779 DAWN : design for a cattle fountain 

statuette, bronze , Gertrude Dale 

1780 MADAME BELLOC medallion, bronze 

Mary Swainson 

1781 THE LATE SIR HENRY CAMPBELL- 

BANNERMAN, G.C.B. bust, marble 

Paul R. Montford 

1782 THE REV. FRANCIS STEWART 

plaque tte, bronze Harriet S. Stewart 

1783 THOMAS PARRY, ESQ. medallion, 

bronze Maiide R. Windley 

1784 SCHEHEREZADE statuette Hester Wood 

1785 CAVALIER ROMAIN equestrian 

statuette, bronze ... Emanuel Fr'emiet, H.F.A. 

1786 DOLORES bust, marble W. Reid Dick 



IQIO] LECTURE ROOM. 107 

1787 THE LATE MARCHIONESS OF 

LONDONDERRY bust Feodora (Countess) Gkichen 

1788 MRS. HENRY POOLE bust Henry Po ok 

1789 LORD CLIVE. Sketch model of 

statue to be erected in London 

and Calcutta John Tweed 

1790 VISCOUNT DUNCANNON, M.P. 

bust, bronze William C. H. King 

1791 SCIENCE AND ART spandrils George D. Macdougald 

1792 GLWYN relief, bronze Lillian E. Griffith 

1793 HAUTE ECOLE equestrian statuette, 

bronze Walter Winans 

1794 SILENUS group, bronze Vernon March 

1795 ADMIRAL SIR THOMAS TROUBRIDGE 

statuette, silver and lapis lazuli Una Troiibridge 

1796 A LADY OF THE i6TH CENTURY 

miniature, coloured wax ... Juliana V. Liicas 

1797 AN ANGEL after Melozzo da 

Forli miniature, coloured wax 

N. Jemmett Browne 

1798 KIANG YEN, ESQ. enamel Ida L. Kay 

1799 SEA URCHINS group, silver ... Edward Crompton 

1800 S. SMITH, ESQ. bust, bronze ... Andrea C. Liicchesi 

1 80 1 THE BATHER statuette Albert Toft 

1802 SALVE decorative panel E. M. Rope 



io8 LECTURE ROOM. [1910 

1803 MEMORIAL TO THE LATE CONSTANT 

COQUELI N. Presented by the English 

actors to the Comedie Fran$aise ... Gilbert Bayes 

1804 VICTORY statuette, bronze Vernon March 

(ARCHDUKE ALBERT ) miniatures, coloured 
5 {PRINCESS ELIZABETH} wax Nelia Casella 

1806 PORTRAIT statuette Henry Poole 

1807 "VEIL'D MELANCHOLY" statuette, 

bronze Frances Burlison 

1808 HOPE statuette Alfred Turner 

1809 PUCK bust L. Gwendolen Williams 

1 8 10 REVERIE bust, bronze ... William J. McLean 

1811 HORSE bronze ' Reginald F. Wells 

1812 THE DESPAIR OF ICARUS statuette 

Louis R. Dettchars 

1813 DR. GiBSON-BoTT portrait plaque 

Maggie Richardson 

1814 ST. CECILIA memorial, relief E. M. Rope 

1815 SISTERS group F. Arnold Wright 

1816 DAPHNE statuette Jessie M. Law son 



1817 < 



HENRY PERCY HARRIS, ESQ., M.P. 
SIR THOMAS GEORGE FARDELL, M.P. 
CAPTAIN CHARLES NEWENHAM FRENCH 
His HONOUR JUDGE FRANCIS HENRY 



BACON 
I JAMES BEEBY SCOTT, ESQ. 

Ethel A. C. Harris 



medals, 
bronze 



1910] LECTUREnROOM, 109 

1818 THOMAS CARTWRIGHT, ESQ. bust, bronze 

John Millard 

1819 - NEREIDS relief Charles A. Palmer 

1820 PORTRAIT PLAQUE John E. Taylersen 

1821 THE REV. WALTER AMERY 

relief, bronze Charles Pibworth 

1822 "INCARNATUS EST " E. M. Rope 

"Thou hast hid these things from the wise and 
prudent, and hast revealed them unto babes." 

1823 MUTUAL ACCOMMODATION W. frank Calderon 

1824 MRS. WOODROFFE bust, marble Leonard Jennings 

1825 Miss EDITH G. COLE portrait 

medallion Leta R. Roff 

1826 KATHARINE HAYES medallion Esm'e Currey 

1827 GUY medallion Christine Gregory 

1828 NOTRE DAME DES CHAMPS 

medallion Margaret Winser 

1829 THE BALL group R. Levick Bailey 

1830 SIR HERBERT TREE AS "SVENGALI" 

medallion Leonard S. Merrifield 

1831 THE SCULPTOR'S MOTHER bust, 

bronze Thomas M. Crook 

18^2 LUCREZIA DEGL' ONESTI : Paola 

and Francesca bust Frederick J. Halnon 

1833 "DREADNOUGHT" statuette... Arthur C. White 



no LECTURE ROOM. [1910 

1834 THE EXPULSION FROM EDEN 

relief William C. H. King 

1835 ARCHIE ROSENTHAL, ESQ. 

head, bronze F. Derwent Wood, A. 

1836 "CANADA" portrait, bust ... Jessie M. Law son 

1837 FISHER GIRL statuette, bronze Reginald F. Wells 

1838 J. BLAND Y JENKINS, ESQ. bust, 

marble W. Goscombe John, R.A. 

1839 PEARL MARY TERESA CRAIGIE 

(JOHN OLIVER HOBBES) plaque, 

silver Alfred Drury, A. 

1840 SIGNOR LUIGI RICCI medallion Florence Newman 

1841 NOWROJEE NASSERWANJEE WADIA, 

C.I.E. Silver reduction from the 
bronze memorial in the Nursing 
Home, Bombay A Ibert Bmce-Joy 

1842 HAGAR AND ISHMAEL group 

George D. Macdougald 

1843 Miss YSABEL SEATON bust ... Harriet S. Stewart 

1844 THE PASSING OF THE SAN GRAEL 

statuette Henry C. Fehr 

1845 "MoN PETIT CHOU" statuette, 

marble Katharine G. Wallis 

1846 SIR VINCENT EVANS bust, bronze 

W. Goscombe John, R.A. 

1847 EDUCATION statuette group, bronze 

Mervyn Lawrence 



LECTURE ROOM. in 

1848 CHIVALRY one of a series of 

three panels W. Reynolds Stephens 

1849 THE LITTLE MOTHER -statuette, 

bronze Sidney Boyes 

1850 " JIM " bust Sydney March 

1851 MOTHER AND BABY statuette, 

bronze Frances Burlison 

1852 SLEEP group, bronze Reginald P. Wells 

1853 MASK OF Miss T. bronze F. Derwent Wood> A. 

1854 JOURNEYING TO THE HOLY SEPULCHRE 

relief Mortimer Brown 

^SS ....MICHAEL ARTHUR, IST BARON 

BURTON bust, marble ... Fredk. W. Pomeroy, A. 

1856 GENERAL JAMES WOLFE statuette 

Charles L. Hartwell 

1857 RELIEF, over entrance to Grand 

Trunk Railway offices, Cockspur- 

street, Charing-cross Alfred Drury^ A. 

1858 CHIVALRY one of a series of 

three panels W. Reynolds-Stephens 

1859 LORD CURZON OF KEDLESTON, 

G.C.S.I. bust Hamo Thornycroft, R.A. 

1860 A BATHER statuette, marble 

Hamo Thorny croft) R.A. 

1 86 1 HER MAJESTY QUEEN MARY 

bust, marble Alfred Drziry^ A. 

1862 SYRINX statuette, marble Thomas Tyrrell 



112 LECTURE ROOM. [1910 

1863 LORD LAMINGTON, G.C.I.E. bust, 

marble Hamo Thornycroft^ R.A. 

1864 YOUNG WOODCUTTER statuette, 

bronze ... A. van Beurden 

1865 CHARITY relief Charles L. J. Doman 

1866 SIR FRANCIS GALTON, F.R.S. bust 

Sir George Frampton, R.A. 

1867 ALFRED HILLIER, ESQ., M.D., 

M.P. bust, bronze Henry Pegram, A. 

1868 PSYCHE statuette, bronze L. Edith C. Mary on 

1869 CHIVALRY one of a series of 

three panels W. Reynolds-Stephens 

1870 THE MIRROR statuette, bronze G. Foster Melliar 

1871 PENELOPE bust, marble Basil Gotto 

1872 " LA DANSEUSE " statuette, bronze F. Lynn Jenkins 

1873 ST. AGNES' EVE statuette, bronze Edwara Godwin 

1874 THE LITTLE DUCHESS bust, 

bronze Sidney Boyes 

1875 THE LATE JOHN M. SWAN, ESQ., R.A. 

study of head ... W. Goscombe John, R.A. 

1876 THE DAWN OF CHIVALRY 

statuette Frank Ransom 

1877 THE EXPULSION FROM PARADISE 

relief ; James Booth 

1878 EUROPA relief Alfred R. Martin 

1879 PORTRAIT bust James A. Stevenson 



LECTURE ROOM. 113 

1880 MODEL OF GARDEN DECORATION 

F. Derwent Wood, A. 

1 88 1 SIR ALEXANDER B. W. KENNEDY, 

F.R.S., LL.D. medallion, silver 

Margaret M. Jenkin 

f SUSAN CHARLOTTE, Countess ofi , ,,. 

1882 Wharncliffe medallions, 

(EDWARD WILLIAM HANSELL, ESQ.] 

Ethel A, C. Harris 

1883 Miss ALICE CLARK -- plaque, 

silver Harry Parr 

1884 S. OZOWA, ESQ. bust ... Leonard S. Merrifield 

1885 TEMPTATION statuette, bronze ... Johan Keller 

1886 THE MARK OF CAIN group, 

marble Richard Garbe 

1887 PORTRAIT GROUP : " In the wild 

and woolly west " E. Kathleen Wheeler 

1888 SUPPLICATION statuette Harry Keast 

1889 THE TANNER bust Harriet S. Stewart 

1890 MEMORIAL TO THE LATE WILMOT 

CLIFFORD PILSBURY. Erected in 
the school chapel, Abbotsholme, 
Derbyshire Ferdinand V. Bhmdstone 

1891 COURAGE statuette. Part of the 

memorial to " Ouida " erected at 

Bury St. Edmunds Ernest G. Gillick 



114 LECTURE ROOM. [1910 

1892 HENRY WOODWARD, LL.D., F.R.S. 

Model of bronze tablet erected in the 
Natiiral History Museum , South 
Kensington Frank Bowcher 

1893 PANEL. Part of memorial to " Ouida " 

erected at Bury St. Edmunds... Ernest G. Gillick 

1894 THE AMBUSH statuette, marble Reuben Sheppard 

1895 LAURA miniature, coloured wax Nelia Casella 

1896 GIRL FEEDING PIGEONS coloured 

wax S. Ruth Canton 

1897 ROSE BOWL silver Richard G. Toms 

1898 ST. MICHEL statuette, bronze 

Emanuel Fremiet^ H.F.A. 

1899 CUPID DISARMED BY NYMPHS group, ivory 

'Arthur G. Walker 

1900 FRANCESCO FOSCARI miniature, 

coloured wax Nelia Casella 

1901 SYMPATHY statuette. Part of 

a memorial to "Ouida " at Bury 

St. Edmunds Ernest G. Gillick 

1902 UNA MADRE VECCHIA bust Harry Parr 

1903 THE THORN statue, bronze ... Arthur G. Walker 

1904 THE VICTOR statue Charles L. Hartwell 

1905 THE VISION AT THE ALTAR group 

Henry Pegram, A. 

1906 MYSTERIES statue Thomas M. Crook 

1907 "THE RIVER UNTO THE SEA" group 

W. Robert Cotton, A. 



LECTURE ROOM. 115 

1908 SPRING statue D. Burns Brown 

1909 THE LATE LORD TENNYSON. Model 

of a marble statiie recently erected 
in Trinity College, Cambridge 

Hamo Thornycroft) R.A. 

1910 PAN garden statue Frederick Lessore 

1911 "THE SPRING-TIDE OF LIFE" 

group, bronze W. Robert Colton^ A. 

1912 THE MOTHER group, marble 

Bertram Mackennal, A. 

1913 SIGURD statuette, bronze and 

enamel Purchased by the Pre- 
sident and Council of the Royai, 
Academy under the terms of the 
Chantrey Bequest Gilbert B ayes 

" He who would win to the Heavens, 

And be as the gods on high, 
Must tremble nought at the road, 
And the place where menfolk die." 

W. Morris. 

1914 THE COMING OF SPRING group S. Nicholson Babb 



In Gallery No. VI. 

1915 THE ELF statue, bronze. Diploma 

work, deposited on his election as an 

Academician W. Goscombe John^ R.A. 

1916 THE FROG statuette, bronze ... W. Reid Dick 



ri6 SCULPTURE. [1910 

In Gallery No. VII. 

1917 "THE WOMAN THAT THOU 

GAYEST TO BE WITH ME" 

group, bronze Charles J. Allen 

1918 THE ROCK POOL statuette, bronze 

Siegfried M. Wiens 

In Gallery No. IX. 

1919 BANTU NATIVES group, bronze ... Herbert Ward 

1920 THE IDOL statuette, bronze Herbert Ward 

In Gallery No. XL 

1921 JOCKEY MONT^ equestrian statuette, bronze 

Emanuel Fremiet, H.F.A. 

1922 ORIGINAL MODEL FOR COLOSSAL 

LIONS OF RHODES MEMORIAL 

bronze ... The late John M. Swan, R.A. 



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LIST OF THE EXHIBITORS, 1910, 

WITH THEIR ADDRESSES. 



The Figures at the end of the Exhibitors' Names and Addresses refer 
to the corresponding Numbers in the Catalogue. 



ABBEY, E. A., R.A., Chelsea-lodge, 42 Tite-street, S.W. 332, 471 
ALMA-TADEMA, Sir L., O.M., R.A., 34 Grove-end-road, N.W. 

184 

Adam, P. W., Ardilea, North Berwick 317 
Adams, C., Matlock-road, Caversham-heights, Reading 1254 
Adams, C. J., Glenfield, Waverley Estate, Farnham, Surrey 864 
Adams, H. P., and C. Holden (Messrs.), 28 Woburn-place, Russell- 
square, W.C. 1471 

Adams, H. W., The Studio, Pierpoint-street, Worcester 30, 90 
Adams, W. D., 71 Ladbroke-road, Notting-hill-gate, W. 134 
Adamson, A., c/o W. F. Malcolm & Co., 36 Leadenhall-street, E.G. 

1714 

Adkins, J. S., 6 Clement's-inn, W.C. 1592 
Affleck, W., 23 Leppoc-road, Clapham-park, S.W. 1014 
Aiken, J. M., 183 A Union-street, Aberdeen 252 
Aikman, W., 18 Maidstone-road, New Southgate, N. 1656, 1662 
Airy, A. (Miss), 5 Parkhill-road Studios, Haverstock-hill, N.W. 

730 

Airy, A. L., South-lodge, Broadwater-road, Worthing 591 
Alder R. (Miss), Amoril-house, Batheaston, Som. 1092, 1216 
Alexander, G., 43A Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 1768 
Algie, J. (Miss), Easter Livelands, Stirling, N.B. 570, 645 



ii8 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

Allan, R. W., 62 Buckingham-gate, S.W. 682 

Allen, C. J., 21 Cambridge-street, Abercromby-square, Liverpool 1917 

Allen, G. P., Dacre-house, 5 Arundel-street, Strand, W.C. 1535 

Allen, T. W., Greencroft, Milford, Godalming 705 

Allen, W. H., Stranger's-corner, Farnham, Surrey 884 

Allport, C. L. (Miss), 7 A Elm-tree-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 833, 

923 

Altson, A., 6 St. Paul's Studios, West Kensington, W. 634 
Ambler, L., Temple-chambers, Temple-avenue, E.G. 1511, 1549 
Anderson, S., 47 Oakley-crescent, Chelsea, S.W. 1282, 1306, 1337 
Angus, M. L. (Miss), Power's Studios, Ruskin-house, Rochester-row, 

Westminster, S.W. 782 

Annison, E. S., 36 Fairlawn-grove, Chiswick, W. 1377 
Ansell, W., 10 New-square, Lincoln's-inn, W.C. 1328 
Anzino, G. P., Wahroonga, Nepean-street, Roehampton, S.W. 517 
Appleyard, F., Itchen-stoke, Alresford 349, 380 
Archer, J. (Miss), St. George's, Chalk-hill, Bushey, Herts 560 
Ardron, A. (Miss), 26 Bolton Studios, Redcliffe-road, S.W. 650 
Arnold, E. M. (Miss), 33 Manor-park, Lee, S.E. 1158 
Arnold, H., 63 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. 1624 
Arnold, M. (Miss), The Causeway-house, Horsham 1215 
Ashbee, C. R., 37 Cheyne-Walk, Chelsea, S.W. 1568 
Ashley, II. V., and W. Newman (Messrs.), 14 Grays-inn-square, W.C. 

1652 

Atkins, M. E. (Miss), 125 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. 73, 745 
Atkinson, A. (Miss), 14 More's-garden, Cheyne-walk, S.W. 401 
Atkinson, J., Broad Carr, Glaisdale, Yorks 784 
Auld, J., 13 I^ansdowne-place, Blackheath, S.E. 463 
Aumonier, J., 142 Adelaide-road, N.W. 597 
Austen, W. (Miss), 3 Warwick-avenue, Maida-hill, W. 1322, 1338, 

1340 

Ayling, R. S., 8 Dartmouth-street, Westminster, S.W. 1481 
Ayoub, M., 57 Holland-park-road, W. 339 



BELCHER, J., R.A., 20 Hanover-square, W. 1545, 1556, 1567 
BACON, J. H. F., A., n Queen's-gate-terrace, S.W. 9, 122, 156, 275 
BLOMFIELD, R. T., A., New Court, Temple, E.G. 1629, 1534, 1641 



THE EXHIBITORS. 119 

BRAMLEY, F., A., Grasmere, Westmoreland 118,^623 
BRANGWYN, F., A., Temple-lodge, Queen-street, Hammersmith, 

W. 213 

BROWN, A., A., The White-house, Haddiscoe, Norwich 228, 744 
Babb, S. N., The Studio, 17 St. Dunstan's-road, Baron 's-court, W. 

1914 

Badham, E. L., 3 St. Matthew's-drive, St Leonards-on-Sea 526 
Bagshawe, J. R., The Old Rectory, Whitby 1015 
Bailey, R. L. (Mrs.), 8 Addison-bridge-place, Kensington, W. 1829 
Baird, N. H. J., Holcombe, Dawlish 741 
Baker, B. (Miss), Sneed-cottage, Whetstone, N. 972 
Baker, J. (Miss), 13 Hollywood-road, Fulham, S.W. 1176 
Bale, E., II Grove-end-road, N.W. 843, 869, 889 
Ballantyne, J. (Miss), 8 Stanley Studios, Park-walk, Chelsea, S.W. 

661, noo 

Bamford, D., 9 Clifford's-inn, Fleet-street, E.G. 1505 
Bancroft, E., 39 Bessborough-street, S.W. 453 

Barber, C. W., 40 Walford-road, Stoke Newington, N. 1316, 1404 
Barker, A. R., 9 Pennard-mansions, Goldhawk-road, W. 1366 
Barlow, J, N., St. Ives, Cornwall 731 

Barnard, E. M. (Miss), 21 Russell-square-mansions, W.C. 892 
Barnes, I. (Miss), 4 Garden Studios, Manresa-road, S.W. 1160 
Barrow, E. R., Lennox-house, Norfolk-street, W.C. 1464 
Barry, C. F., St. Leonard 's-hill, Windsor 146, 186 
Bartlett, A., n Adam-street, Adelphi, W.C. 1663 
Bartlett, W. H., Rutland Island, Burtonport, Co. Donegal 492, 613 
Barton, R. (Miss), 37 Dover-street, W. 976 
Baskett, C. H., Baddow-road, Chelmsford 1373 
Bateman, C. E., 18 Bennett's-hill, Birmingham 1466, 1528 
Battie, C. A., The Orchard, Maybury-common, Woking 1581 
Bauhof, F., 12 John-street, Adelphi, W.C. 376 
Baumer, L., 30 Abbey-gardens, N.W. 810 
Baxter, F., 25 Victoria-road, Kensington, W. 1744 
Bayes, G., 40 Boundary-road, N.W. 1707, 1803, 1913 
Bayes, J. (Miss), 82 Fellows-road, N.W. 605 
Bayes, W., 2O3A Adelaide-road, N.W. 1632 
Bayldon, F. (Miss), 100 Queens-road, Richmond, Surrey III2 
Beach, A. (Miss), 247 Upper Richmond-road, Putney, S.W. 230 
Beacon, C., Studio, 7 Albert-place, Kensington, W. 1700 
Beadle, J. P., 176 Eldon-road, Kensington, W. 2, 299 



120 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

Beaulands, S. T. (Mrs.), Ay nscombe -house, Orpington, Kent 203 
Beaumont, C. W., Outer Temple, 222 Strand, W.C. 1477, 1555 
Beck, H., 10 High-street, Burton-on-Trent 1430 
Becker, H., I Beaumont-road Studios, West Kensington, W. 811 
Bedford, H. (Mrs.), 101 Gunterstone-road, West Kensington, W. 

1355, 1361 

Bell, A. G., York -house, Portugal-street, W.C. 387 
Bell, E. I., 19 Queen Anne's-gate, Westminster, S.W. 1470 
Bell, G. K. M. (Mrs.), 10 Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 1091 
Bell, L. H. (Miss), The Studio, 13 Rudall-crescent, Hampstead, N.W. 

974 

Bell, R. O., 10 Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 1499 
Benett, N., Dorchester, Wallingford 88 1, 956 
Benger, B., The Grange, Fittle worth, Sussex 905 
Bennett, F. M., 26 Yeoman's-row, Brompton-road, S.W. 369 
Bennett, W. B., 138 High-street, Bushey, Herts 897, 921 
Benson, H. C., London-road, Hatfield, Herts 1516 
Bentley, A., 40 Park-mansions, Battersea-park, S.W. 550 
Bentley, J. H., 37 Fosters- buildings, High-street, Sheffield 204 
Beresford, A. E., 60 St. John's, Bedford 1596 
Bertieri, P., 74 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. 714 
Biddle, W. P. (Miss), St. Aubyn's, Grove-crescent, Kingston-on- 

Thames 533 

Bilson, J., 23 Parliament-street, Hull 1436 
Birch, L., La Pietra, Newlyn, Penzance 19 
Birch, S. J. L., Lamorna, Penzance 4, 477, 933 
Bird, D., 7 Brazennose-street, Manchester 1488 

Bird, D., and R. Oldham (Messrs.), Brazennose-street, Manchester 1441 
Bird, G. F., 118 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. 158, 294 
Bird, W., 34 Acacia-road, N.W. 1211 
Birley, O., 48 Grove-end-road, N.W. 212, 263 
Bishop, W. F., 3 Slater-street, Liverpool 917 
Black, A. J., 241 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. 664 
Blacklock, W. K., Studio, 46 Gunter-grove, Chelsea, S.W. 920 
Blarney, H., The Orchard, Beer, Devon 138 
Blanc, H. J., 25 Rutland-square, Edinburgh 1667 
Bland, B. (Miss), 6 Milton-chambers, 128 Cheyne-walk, S.W. 335 
Blinks, T., I Hill-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 269 
Blomfield, C. J., 6 Montagu-place, Baker-street, W. 1517, 1540. 

1553 



1910] THE EXHIBITORS. 121 

Blondat, M., 6 Rue Mornay, Paris 1709 

Blundstone, F. V., 5 St. John's-wood Studios, Queen's terrace, N.W. 

1726, 1890 

Blyth, D. (Mrs.), 92 Marlborough-avenue, Hull 1188 
Board, E., 4$A Upper-park-road, Haverstock-hill, N.W. 325 
Bolingbroke, M. (Miss), 19 Girdler's-road, W. 959 
Bolton, A. T., Victoria-mansions, 28 Victoria-street, S.W. 1591 
Bonnor, R. D. (Miss), 105 East Sheen Avenue, East Sheen, S.W. 254 
Booth, J., 5 St. John's-wood Studios, Queen's-terrace, N.W. 1877 
Bordes E., 87, Rue Ampere, Paris 361 
Borthwick, A. E., 6 Blantyre-terrace, Edinburgh 174 
Bourne, N. (Miss), 22 Stanley-crescent, Notting-hill, W. Il6l 
Bowcher, F., 35 Fairfax-road, Bedford-park, W. 1892 
Bowen, L. (Miss), 3 Phillimore-terrace, Kensington, W. 390, 704 
Bowen, O., Evenholm, East Keswick, Leeds 95 
Bowerley, A. M. (Miss), 59 Craven-park, N.W. 867 
Bowie, J., 4 Hertford-street, Mayfair, W. 155, 531 
Boyes, S., 7 Wentworth Studios, Manresa-road, S.W. 1849, 1874 
Bradley, D., 145 Upper Richmond-road, Putney, S.W. 792 
Bradshaw and Gass (Messrs.), 19 Silverwell-street, Bolton 1429 
Branson, O. (Miss), 59 Gordon-square, W.C. 1292 
Breakspeare, W.A., I The Mall, Parkhill-road, Haverstock-hill, N.W. 

-698 

Brickdale, E. F. (Miss), 55 Holland-park-road, W. 929 
Bridgman, F. A., 136 Boulevard Malesherbes, Paris 521 
Bridgman, M. (Miss), ,49 Winterbrook-road, Herne-hill, S.E. 1047 
Briggs, E. E., 102 Fellows-road, N.W. 812 
Briggs, R. A., 12 Norfolk-street, Strand, W.C. 1623 
Bright, B. (Miss), 3 The Avenue Studios, 76 Fulham-road, S.W. 

660 
Bright, C. M. (Miss), Lydbury, Harold-road, Upper Norwood, S.E. 

478 

Briscoe, E. E., 58 Fernlea-road, Balham, S.W. 962 
Brisley, E. C. (Miss), n Channel-side-bungalows, Bexhill-on-Sea 1225 
Broadhead, M E. (Miss), 100 Clarence-road, Manchester S. 1072 
Brock, E., Merrieweathers, May field, Sussex 74, 267 
Brockbank, A. E., 19 Cavendish-road, Blundellsands, Liverpool 130, 

898 

Brooke, J. W., 32 Basinghall-street, Leeds 334 
Brougier, A., I Langham-chambers, Portland-place, W. 706 






122 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

Brown, C., The Elms, Godalming 1699 

Brown, D. B., Studio, 26 Camden-mews, Camden-square, N.W. 

1908 

Brown, M., Clarendon-house, South Ealing, W. 1854 
Brown, T. A., 98 South-hill-park, Hampstead, N.W. 391 
Browne, H. E. J., 2 Canning-place, Palace-gate, W. 469 
Browne, N. J. (Miss), 9 Banbury-road, Oxford 1797 
Browning, A. K. (Miss), 36 Park-mansions, Battersea-park, S.W. 426 
Bruce-Joy, A., The Studio, Beaumont-road, West Kensington, W. 

1841 

Bruyer, G., 84 Avenue Pereire, Asnieres, France 1267 
Buchanan, I. (Miss), 91 Elgin-crescent, Notting-hill, W. 1056, 1154, 

1233 

Buchel, C. A., 120 Fellows-road, N.W. 340 
Buckland, A. H., 169 King's- road, Camden-road, N.W. 359 
Buckland, H. T., and E. H. Farmer (Messrs.), Norwich Union Cham- 
bers, Birmingham 1631 
Buckley, B. (Miss), 25 Douglas-mansions, 120 Cromwell-road, S.W. 

1181, 1197 ;- 

Buckley, E. F. C., 22 Balcombe-street, Dorset-square, N.W. 1597 
Buckman, P., 50 Clarendon-road, Lewisham, S.E. 1081 
Bucknill, J. B. (Miss), Hy lands-house, Epsom 1142 
Budd, H. A., 294 King's-road, S.W. 493, 548 
Bukovac, V., Academy of Art, Prague VII., Bohemia, Austria 732 
Bulman, H. H., 51 Oakhill-road, Putney, S.W. 971 
Bundy, E., 193 Adelaide-road, N.W. 669 

Bunny, R. C. W., c/o M. Lefebvre-Foinet, 2 Rue Brea, Paris 193 
Burgess, A. J. W., 2 Marlborough Studios, I2A Finchley-road, N.W. 

219, 286 

Burgess, E. M. (Miss), 35 Addison-road, Walthamstow 1128 
Burgess, J. M. (Miss), Shenfield, Brentwood, Essex 1189 
Burleigh, B. (Mrs.), 4 Victoria-road, Clapham-common, S.W. 1708 
Burleigh, C. H. H., 7 Wilbury-crescent, Hove 253 
Burlison, F. (Miss), 2 Elm-row, Hampstead, N.W. 1807, 1851 
Burne-Jones, P. (Sir), Bt., 41 Egerton-terrace, S.W. 246, 1005, 1390 
Burns, L. (Miss), 39 Queen's-gate-gardens, S.W. 1033, 1038, 1062 
Burrell, K. T., (Mrs.), Neville-cottage, Newcastle-on-Tyne 1167 
Burrington, A., c/o Messrs. Cole Bros., 2 Percy-street, W. 891 
Burroughs, A. L., I Wychcombe Studios, Haverstock-hill, N.W. 663 
Burton, A. G. (Miss), St. , Saviour's- vicarage, St.-AIbans 1187 



THE EXHIBITORS. 123 

Bush, R. E. J., 104 Downs-park-east, Westbury-park, Bristol 1278, 

1324, 1393 

Butchart, T. (Miss), Armadale, Barrow-in-Furness 1113 
Butler, H. (Miss), Gazeley-vicarage, Newmarket 288 
Butler, M. A. (Miss), Kilmurry, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland 

939 

Buxton, A., 25 St. Leonard's-road, East Sheen S.W. 1777 
Buxton, R. H., 58 Bedford-gardens, Campden-hill, W. 257 



CLAUSEN, G., R.A., 61 Carlton-hill, N.W. 51, 56, 501 
CROFTS, E., R.A., Burlington-house, Piccadilly, W. 178 
COLTON, W. R., A., Eaton Studio, Eaton-terrace, St. John's-wood, 

N.W. 1696, 1907, 1911 
COPE, A. S., A., Little Campden-house, Gloucester-walk, Kensington, 

W. 46, 177, 216, 259, 300, 423 

Calderon, W. F., 7 Hill-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 467, 1823 
Camm, F. (Miss), 197 High-street, Smethwick 1603 
Camm, W. H., 197 High-street, Smethwick 1444, 1489 
Campbell, D. H. (Miss), 12 Dene-mansions, West Hampstead, N.W. 

1185 

Canton, S. R. (Miss), 6 Beaumont-street, Portland-place, W. 1896 
Canziani, E. (Miss), 3 Palace-green, Kensington, W. 873, 960 
Carnac, E. M. R. (Mrs.), Swelling-rectory, Saxmundham, Suffolk 

1205 
Caroe, W. D., 3 Great College-street, Westminster, S.W. 1522, 1654, 

1655 
Carpmael, C. (Mrs.), 5 Oakley Studios, Upper Cheyne-row, Chelsea, 

S.W. 561 
Carter, C. (Miss), The Cottage, Falconer-road, Bushey, Herts 1135, 

1170 

Carter, W., Carlyle Studios, 296 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. 687 
Case, N. (Miss), Lambourne, Berks 1137 
Casella, N. (Miss), I Wetherby-road, S. W. 1805, l8 95 1900 
Castle, H. F., 68 Winchendon-road, Fulham, S.W. 1666 
Castle and Warren (Messrs.), Talbot-house, Arundel-street, Strand, 



^ 

Caulfeild, R. (Miss), 15 Warwick-gardens, Kensington, W. 1058 



124 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

Cave, W., 8 Old Burlington-street, W. 1618 

Cazalet, A. T. (Miss), Neva, Westgate-on-Sea, Thanet 1236 

Chadburn, H., 47 Haverstock-hill, N.W. 425 

Chadwick, E. A., Hampton-in-Arden, Warwickshire 927, 1004 

Chamier, B. (Miss), 6 Maclise- mansions, W. 525 

Charlton, E. W., Hilden, Boldre, Lymington 1275, 1346 

Charlton, J., 6 William-street, Knightsbridge, S.W. 459, 465, 711 

Chase, W. A., Myrtle-cottage, Olveston, Bristol 164 

Childers, E. (Mrs. H.), 6 Hereford-square, S.W. 1070 

Chilton, M. I. (Miss), 14 Cambridge-park, Durdham-downs, Bristol 

1459 

Christmas, E. W., 155 High-road, Chiswick, W. 611, 758 
Clague, D. R. (Miss), Redwood, Crescent-road, Crouch-end, N. 487 
Clapham, F. D., Norwich-house, Southampton-street, Bloomsbury, 

W.C. 1660 
Clapperton, T. J., Hans Studios, 43* Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 

1704, 1732 

Clarence, A., 3 Holland-lane, High-street, Kensington, W. 243 
Clark, J., 10 Netherton-grove, Fulham-road, S.W. 656 
Clark, J., ii Stanley-gardens, Cricklewood, N.W- 718 
Clark, S., 50 West-street, Gateshead-on-Tyne 1186 
Clark-Kennedy, G. M. (Miss), Ewhurst-rectory, Guildford 385 
Clarke, B. (Miss), 16 Addison-road-north, W. 542 
Clarke, G; C. (Mrs.), 358 Rosliston-road, Burton-on-Trent 1246 
Clarke, H. H., 267 Welford-road, Leicester 512 
Clarke, J., 34 Castle-street, Liverpool 1650 
Clayton, C. E., and E. Black (Messrs.), 10 Prince Albert-street, 

Brighton 1648 

Clemens, B., 23 Fitzroy-square, W. 1711 
Cleveland, C. B., 5 John-street, Adelphi, W.C. 1490, 1613 
Cliff, T. J., 123 Cambridge-road, N.E. 1725 
Clink, E. L. (Miss), Littlehampton, Sussex -1256 
Clunas, L. B. S. (Mrs. H. Fidler), Abbotts Ann, near Andover 1252 
Coad, K. E. (Miss), 21 St. George's-square, S.W. 1122 
Cobbe, E. L. (Miss), 20 St. George's- road, Eccleston-square, S.W. 

1035, Io68 

Cockerell, C. A. (Lady Frampton), 90 Carlton-hill, N.W. 614 
Cohen, I., I3A Pembridge-place, W. 765 
Cole, A. P., 6 Margravine-gardens, Kensington, W. 503 
Cole, R. V., 9 New-road, Campden-hill, W. 79, 306 



1910] THE EXHIBITORS. 125 

Collcutt, T. E., and S. Hamp (Messrs.), 36 Bloomsbury-square, W.C. 

1642 

Collier, J. (Hon.), 69 Eton-avenue, N.W. 179, 239, 495 
Collings, A. H., 42 Chepstow-villas, W. 701 
Collingwood, E. M. D. (Mrs.), Lanehead, Coniston, Lanes. 1124 
Collins, A. L., Woodside, Knockholt, Sevenoaks 844 
Collins, G. E., 20 Horsham-road, Dorking 978 
Collyer, M. (Miss), 44 Munster-road, Fulham, S.W. 250 
Collyer, M. H. (Miss), 69 Royal Hospital-road, Chelsea, S.W. 1108 
Conder, L. (Miss), Studio, 13 Rudall-crescent, Hampstead, N.W. 

III4, H47 

Connor, A. B., 4 Boltons Studios, Redcliffe-road, S.W. 489 
Cook, A. M. (Mrs.), 21 Oxford-road, Kilburn, N.W. 961, 1025 
Cook, E. W., 20 Fair lawn-park, Acton-lane, Chiswick, W. 808, 982 
Cook, L. B., 36 Beaconsfield-road, Leyton, N.E. 1658 
Cooke, I., Kingsley, Liscard-park, Liscard, Cheshire 876 
Cooke, John, 2 Trafalgar Studios, Manresa-road, S.W. 474 
Cooper, S., 51 Haverstock-hill, N.W. 737 
Copeman, C. G. (Miss), 9 Cook-street, Liverpool 936 
Copnall, F. T., 3 Westminster-chambers, Crosshall-street, Liverpool 

63, 468 

Corbet, E. (Mrs. M. R.), 54 Circus-road, N.W. 578, 646 
Corden, V. M., Perran, Oxford-road, Newbury 856 
Cornish, E. P., 5 Milton-park, Highgate, N. 226 
Cotton, M. (Mrs. L.), c/o Brown, Shipley & Co., 123 Pall-mall, S.W. 

398 

Courtney, D. A., (Miss), 9 Chenies-street-chambers, W.C. 1442 
Coutts, H., Hammarbank, Windermere 901 
Coward, C. B. (Miss), 10 Melbury-road, Kensington, W. 1162 
Cowderoy, K. E. (Miss), The Retreat, Hillside-road, Bushey, Herts 

1209, 1258 

Cox, W. A., 34 Ennis-road, Finsbury-park, N. 1341 
Craig, F., Ewhurst, Surrey 345, 709 

Crane, L. F., 10 Davies-street, Berkeley-square, W. 1468, 1476 
Crawford, T. H., 33 Marlowes, Hemel-Hempstead 1274, 1332 
Crickmer, C. M., I Lincoln's-inn-fields, W.C. 1582 
Crompton, E, "Hillside," The Loan, Colinton, Edinburgh 1799 
Crook, T. M., 10 Gainsborough-road, Bedford-park, W. 1831, 1906 
Crosse, E. R., 2 Basinghall-square, Leeds 296 
Crossland, J. H., Broughton-in-Furness 124 



126 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

Gumming, C. H. (Miss), 4 Meadow Studios, Bushey, Herts 1105 
Cuneo, C., 215 Uxbridge-road, W. 691 
Currey, E. (Miss), 45 Burton-court, Chelsea, S.W. 1826 
Currie, J., College Hotel, College-green, Dublin 668 
Curtis, G. M. (Miss), Maisemore-mansions, 35 Canfield-gardens, South 
Hampstead, N.W. 199 



DAyiS, H. W. B., R.A., Glaslyn, Rhayader, Radnor, and 7 Pem- 

bridge-crescent, W. 17, 57, 80, 140, 422, 433 
DICKSEE, F., R.A., 3 Greville-place, Maida-vale, N.W. 27, 77, 

247 
DRURY, A., A., 6 Gunter-grove, Chelsea, S.W. 1689, 1839, 1857, 

1861 

Da Costa, J., 27 Kensington-court-mansions, W. 50, 233 
Dade, E., 4 Cromwell-road, Scarborough 909 
Dale, G. (Mrs.), Harrocks, Flanders-road, Bedford-park, W. 1779 
Dale, H. S., Green Cliff Studio, Rye, Sussex- 1294 
Dale, M. H. (Miss), The Lawn, Archer's-road, Southampton 1224 
Dalglish, E. N. (Miss), 16 West Cromwell-road, S.W. 244 
Danford, E. R., St. John's-chambers, Newland, Northampton 1414 
Daniell, F., I5A High-street, Colchester 145 

Darnell, D. (Miss), 25 Campden-house-road, Kensington, W. 1221 
Davey, E. M. (Miss), 66 Redcliffe-road, S.W. 1116, 1153 
Davidson, A., 34 Lithos-road, Finchley-road, N.W. 595, 600 
Davidson, W., and E. J. MacRae, 54 Queen-street, Edinburgh 1668 
Davidson, W. R., 8 New-square, Lincoln's-inn, W.C. 1570, 1578 
Davies, A. M. (Miss), 51 Tregunter-road, South Kensington, S.W. 

1 117 

Davies, E., 131 Narborough-road, Leicester 394 
Davis, S. G., 30 Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W. 490 
Davis, V., 6A Abercorn-place, N.W. 592 
Dawbarn, J. Y., 23 Courtenay-road, Waterloo, Liverpool 312 
Dawber, E. G., 22 Buckingham-street, Adelphi, W.C. 1479, 1566 
Dawson, N., Swan-house, Chiswick-mall, W. 435 
Day, G., 14 Gunter-grove, Chelsea, S.W. 1291 
Day, W. P., 102 Crawley-road, Luton 635 

Dean, F., c/o E. Denny, Esq., 36 Loudoun-road, N.W. 371, 554' 
De Bathe, D. (Miss), 50 Grove-end-road, N.W. 11231 



I 9 io] 



THE EXHIBITORS. 



127 



Des Clayes, G. (Miss), 156 Holland-park-avenue, W. 438 
Desmond, C. H., 19 Meadow Studios, Bushey, Herts 85, 147 
Deuchars, L. R., 13 Caledonian-place, Edinburgh 1812 
Dick, W. R., 3 Clifton-hill Studios, St. John's-wood, N.W 1786, 

1916 
Dicker, M. G. (Miss), 7 Macaulay-road, Clapham-common, S.W. 

23, 5l6 
Dicksee, H., Oak -house, Kidderpore-avenue, Hampstead, N.W. 

1335, 1371 

Dixon, C., 90 Coleherne-court, Earl's-court, S.W. 796 
Dixon, C. M., Langbaurgh-hall, Great Ayton, R.S.O., Yorks 536 
Dobson, W., The Moorings, Pattison-road, Child's-hill, N.W. 343 
Dodd, C. T., Howard-lodge, Tunbridge Wells 290 
Dollman, J. C., Hove-house, Newton-grove, Bedford-park, W. 224 
Doman, C. L. J., 17 Hazelbourne-road, Balham-hill, S.W. 1865 
Douglas, A. (Mrs.), 55 Albert-court, Kensington-gore, S.W. 1125 
Douglas, H. (Mrs.), Park-road, Redruth, Cornwall 1204 
Douglas, S. J., 47 Bedford-square, W.C. 121 
Douton, I. F. (Miss), 24 South Audley-street, W. 1082 
Dovaston, M. (Miss), 14 Madeley-road, Ealing, W. 327 
Downey, A. J., 63 Berners-street, Oxford-street, W. 1329, 133* 
Downing, E. (Miss), 30 Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W. 175 2 
Downing, H. P. B., 12 Little College-street, Westminster, 

1431, 1435, 1589 
Doyle, J. F., 4 Harrington-street, Liverpool 1415, 1509 
Draper, H., 15 Abbey-road, N.W. 329, 480 
Drew, S. (Miss), Blatchford, Chilworth, Surrey 816 
Drewry, M. F. (Miss), 3 Windmill-hill, Hampstead, N.W. 1268 
Druce, E. (Miss), Thornhill, Sevenoaks 1285 
Duassut, C., 19 Lansdowne-road, Tonbridge 1020 
Dudley, F. G. W., 2 Spencer-street, St. Albans 1562 
Duff, J. R. K., "Oakview," Hendon, N.W. 129, 483 
Dugdale, T. C., 243 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. 368 
Dunkerley, F. B., 17 St. Ann's-square, Manchester 1569, 1665 
Dunnage, G. E., and C. H. Hartmann (Messrs.), 10 Lancaster-place, 

Strand, W.C. 1600 

Dunning, J. R., Eynsford-house, St. Albans ion 
Durdcn, J., 36 Madrid-road, Barnes, S.W. 1392 
Durrant, A. M., Leverstock-green, Hemel Hempstead 15*4 
Du VaL E. J., 152 Kew-road. Richmond, Surrey 803 



S.W. 



128 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 



EAST, A., A., 2 Spenser-street, Victoria-street, S.W. 21, 157, 279, 

318, 902, 908 
Eastman, M. (Mrs. F. S.), 14 Edith-villas, Kensington, W. 1086, 1087, 

1088 

Easton, W.G., 51 Church-street, Camberwell, S.E. 1269 
Eaton, E. M. M. (Miss), Whatmer-hall, Sturry, near Canterbury 979 
Eaton, M. (Miss), 183 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. 1094 
Eden, D., 262 Fulham-road, S.W. 549 
Edis, M. (Miss), 126 Abbey-road, N.W. 238 
Edmonds, L. (Miss), 18 The Ridgway, Wimbledon, S.W. 662 
Edmunds, N. M. H. (Miss), 79 Casewick-road, West Norwood, S.E. 

1075, 1076, 1077 

Edwards, A. (Miss), 7 Clarendon-square, Leamington 1064, 1067 
Edwards, G. H., 4 Camden Studios, Camden-street, N.W. 996, 1029 
Edwards, M. (Miss), The Grange, Royston-park, Pinner 1196 
Eland, J. S., 39 Brook-street, Grosvenor- square, W. 1356 
Elias, A. (Miss), 9 Vicarage-Gardens, Kensington, W. 22, 688 
Ellis, T., 19 Westmoreland-road, Barnes, S.W. 819 
Ellis, W., and Scott, (Messrs.), Arundel-house, Thames-embankment, 

W.C.-I534 

Elphinstone, A. H., 43 Blenheim-crescent, Notting-hill, W. 39 
Else, J., 6 Albert-Grove, Nottingham 1741 
Elsley, A. J., 26 Queen's-road, St. John's- wood, N.W. 746 
Emanuel, F. R. (Mrs.), 24 Westbourne-park-road, W. 1737 
Emslie, R. M. (Mrs. A. E.), Rye-lane, Sevenoaks 1040, 1048, 1080 
Eve,G. W., 5 Sheen-gate-mansions, East Sheen, S.W. 1330, 1365,1367 
Everitt, W., 55 Baker-street, W. 1089, 1090 
Evill, N., 10 Davies-street, Berkeley-square, W. 1661 
Ewen, A. J. C., 5 East Dulwich-road, S.E. 1526 
Eyre, J., 26 Bridge-road-west, Battersea-park, S.W. 785 



F 

FREMIET, E., H.F.A., 43 Boulevard Beausejour, Paris 1716, 1718, 

1778, 1785, 1898, 1921 
FILDES, Sir L., R.A., n Melbury-road, Kensington, W. 96, no, 

139, 227, 528, 534 | 



THE EXHIBITORS. 129 

FRAMPTON, Sir G., R.A., 90 Carlton-hill, St. John's-wood, N.W^ 

1760, 1866 
FORBES, S.A., R.A. Elect, Higher Faugan, Newlyn, Penzance---36, 

93, 434, 540, 606 
FARQUHARSON, J., A., Migvie-lodge, Porchester-gardens, W. 

123, 397, 726, 733 

Fagan, B. (Mrs.), 61 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 720 
Fair, J. W., and ValMyer (Messrs.), 39 Furnival-street, E.G. 1480, 1598 
Fairbairn, H. (Miss), 89 Onslow-gardens, S.W. 1000 
Fairley, J. G., 47 Abercorn-terrace, Portobello 1469, 1558 
Falcke, G. L. (Miss), Knowlwood-road, Dorridge, Birmingham 1127 
Falkner, A. L. (Miss), 10 Sea-view, St. Ives, Cornwall 580 
Fanner, A. (Miss), The Retreat, Datchet, Bucks 717 
Farhall, H. M. (Mrs. Sare), 10 Beech-road, Norbury 1144 
Fearon, A. (Miss), lACarlyle Studios, Kings-road, Chelsea, S.W. 377 
Fearon, H. (Miss), 68 Cathcart Studios, Redcliffe-road, S.W. 71, 696 
Fehr, H. C., 6 The Avenue Studios, 76 Fulham-road, S.W. 1844 
Fell, E. (Mrs.), 10 Old Fort-road, Shoreham, Sussex 1364 
Ferrier, C. W., n Waterloo-place, Pall-mall, S.W. 1422, 1611 
Ferrier, G. S., 34 Queen-street, Edinburgh 852 
Fidler, H., Abbotts Ann, Andover 510 
Field, H., arid E. Simmons, (Messrs.), I Langham- chambers, Langham- 

place, W. 1474 

Figgis, K. E. (Miss), Montagu-grove, Frognal, N.W. 1378, 1382 
Figgis, T. P., 28 Martin's-lane, E.G. 1426 

Fisher, H., c/o Studio, Frimley-road, Camberley, Surrey 356, 408 
Fisher, S. M., 12 Orme-square, W. 444 
Fisher, V. (Miss), 4 Stanlake- villas, Stanlake-road, Shepherd's-bush, 

W.-H79 

Fisher, V., Overponds, Shackleford, Godalming 750 
Fitchew, D. (Miss), The Oriels, Widmore, Bromley, Kent 1375 
Fleming, H. S., 34 Thanet-road, Erith, Kent 1538 
Fletcher, B., and Sons (Messrs.), 29 New-bridge-street, E.G. 1453 
Flint, W. R., 12 Bedford-road, Bedford-park, W. 875 
Focillon, V., 8 Clare-street, Bristol 1350 

Forbes, E. (Mrs. S. A.), Higher Faugan, Newlyn, Penzance 76, 241 
Forbes, R. H. (Miss), 9 Campden-mansions, The Mall, Kensington, W . 

"45 

Ford, R. O., New Orchard, Wendover, Bucks 624 
Foreman, A. E. (Miss), Curblows, Pembury, Tunbridge Wells 1149 



130 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

Forsyth and Maule (Messrs.), 309 Oxford-street, W. 1571 

Fortescue, W. B., St. Ives, Cornwall 370 

Foster, A. M. (Miss), 6 Bridge-avenue, Hammersmith, W. 1155 

Foster and Lovell (Messrs.), 23 Old Queen-st., S.W. 1595, 1630 

Fowler, R., Canwell-house Studio, Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W. 278, 653 

Fox, E. P., c/o A. L. Vernon, Esq., 10 Abbey-road, N.W. 137, 273 

Fox, H. C., Oakleigh, Fassett-road, Kingston-on-Thames 778, 907 

Frampton, E. R., I Brook -green Studios, Brook-green, W. 321, 896 

Franck, J. E., n Pancras-lane, E.G. 1416 

Freeman, F. R., Smalley's-chambers, Bolton 1515 

Freeman, M. W. (Miss), The Cedars, Great Malvern 1030 

Freer, H. B., Ardmore, The Old Falcon, Gravesend 946 

French, A. (Miss), 227 West George-street, Glasgow 930 

Frere, E. C., I Lincoln's-inn-fields, W.C. 1622 

Freyburg, F. P., Piazza Studios, St. Ives, Cornwall 670 

Fripp, B. (Mrs.), 4 St. James's-terrace, Regent 's-park, N.W. 563 

Fry, D., c/o G. Rowney and Co., 10 Percy-street, W. 381 

Fry, W., West Studio, 25 A Edwardes-square, W. 5 

Fulcher, N. (Miss), Studio, 43 Blenheim-crescent, Notting-hill,W. 786 

Fuller, E. G., St. Ives, Cornwall 272 

Fuller, L. F. (Miss), c/o Chenil and Co., l83A King's-road, Chelsea, 

S.W. 1061 
Fyson, J. J., 195 Richmond -road, Hackney, N.E. 500 



GOW, A. C., R.A., 30 Grove-end-road, N.W. 190, 515, 822, 842 
GRAHAM, P., R.A., Westoun, St. Andrews, N.B. 104, 176 
GEORGE, E., A., 18 Maddox-street, W. 1425, 1495 
Gamlen, M. F. (Miss), New-place, Welwyn, Herts 1140 
Gandy, W., 27 Rodenhurst-road, Clapham-park, S.W. 980 
Garbe, R., Wingletye-lane, Hornchurch, Essex 1684, 1886 
Garnett, F. (Miss), 2 Bel Royal-villas, Millbrook, Jersey, C.I. 1234 
Garratt, A., Buckingham-house, Montpelier-road, Twickenham 15 
Garside, O., I White Hart-lane, Barnes, S.W. 806, 837, 900 
Garstin, N., 4 Wellington-terrace, Penzance 564, 703, 759 
Gascoyne, A., 7 Shakespeare-street, Nottingham 1450, 1451, 1513 
Gaskell, P., 35 Acacia-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 1290, 1359 
Gass, J. B., 19 Silverwell-street, Bolton 1437 
Gatter, F., 5 Onslow Studios, King's-road, Chelsea, S,W. 1738 



1910] THE EXHIBITORS. 131 

Gavey, E. (Miss), Fairlight, Hampton Wick 588 

Gelder, W. B., Huntock -house, Laverock- lane, Brighouse, Yorks 354 

Gell, A. F. (Mrs.), 9 Museum-mansions, Great Russell-street, W.C. 

1680 

George, J. L. (Miss), 41 Asmuns-place, Hendon, N.W. 1166, 1242 
Gere, C. M., Painswick, Glos. 388 
Gething, M. (Miss), 12 Alfriston-road, Clapham-common, S.W. 

1104 

Gibbons, J. H., 77 South-hill-park, Hampstead, N.W. 1491 
Gibbs, P. W., St. Clement's, East Molesey, Surrey 499 
Gibson, B. (Miss), 27 Avenue du Maine, Paris 1079 
Gilchrist, H. H., 21 Harrington-road, S.W. 555, 673 
Gill, L. M., 21 Old-buildings, Lincoln's-inn, W.C. 1599 
Gill, R. R., 3 Joubert's Studios, Jubilee-place, Chelsea, S.W. 1311 
Gillam, W. C. F., 3 North-street Quadrant, Brighton 1645 
Gillick, E. G., I4A Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 1891, 1893, 1901 
Glazebrook, H. de T., 76 Elm-park-road, Chelsea, S.W. 364, 472, 738 
"Gleaves, P., 90 Kingswood-road, Fulham, S.W. 445 
Glehn, W. G. von, 73 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. 206, 363 
Gleichen, F. (Countess), Studio, St. James's-palace, S.W. 1730, 1787 
Gleichen, H. (Countess), Studio, St. James's-palace, S.W. 298 
Gloag, I. L., 54 Elm-park-gardens, Chelsea, S.W. 68 
Godwin, E., 16 Onslow Studios, 183 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. 

1873 

Goetze, L., 86 Carlton-hill, N.W. 1342 
Goetze, S., Grove-house, Regent's-park, N.W. 141 
Goldthwait, H., Falmouth, The Avenue, Lewes, Sussex 637 
Goodacre, G. (Mrs. A. Grant), Littlecote, Northwood, Middlesex 

"39, H59 

Goodchild, F. A. (Miss), Elmwood-lodge, Long-lane, Finchley, N. 658 
Goodman, R. G., 56 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. 197 
Goodwin, A., Ellerslie, Bexhill-on-sea 576, 577, 850 
Goodwin, E. M. (Miss), Ellerslie-lane, Bexhill, Sussex 1078 
Goodwin, H. M. (Miss), 4 Rue Schoelcher, Paris 1192 
Gordon, I. (Miss), 13 Rossetti -mansions, Chelsea, S.W. 1085 
Gotch, B. C., Saint-cross, Winchester 809 
Gotch, T. C., Trewarveneth, Penzance 255 
Gotto, B., 41 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 1871 

Gottschalk, B. (Miss), F, Kensington-gardens Studios, High-street, 
Nott ing -hill-gate, W. 1109 



132 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

Gould, A. C., 3 Endsleigh-street, W.C. 26 

Goulden, R. R., 426 Fulham-road, S.W. 1678 

Gouldsmith, E., Wairoa, Whitchurch, Tavistock 895 

Gow, M. (Miss), 36 Grove-end-road, N.W. 879 

Graham, F. J. (Miss), Carnethick, Fowey, Cornwall 1165 

Graham, G., c/o J. R. Flitch, Esq., Moor-Allerton, Leeds 43 

Grahame, H., c/o I Hamston-house, Kensington-court-place, W. 

1023 

Greaves, J., 16 Old-buildings, Lincoln's-inn, W.C. 1672 
Greaves, W., 18 Park-lane, Leeds 180 
Green, R. C., Newport, Essex 527 
Greenaway, F. H., and J. E. Newberry (Messrs.), 21 Queen Anne's- 

gate, Westminster, S.W. 1518 

Greene, C. A. C., 18 Norfolk-street, Sunderland 1530 
Greenhead, H. T., 12 South-villas, C amden-square, N.W. 1325 
Gregory, C. (Miss), 59 Park-road, Chiswick, W. 1827 
Gregory, E. (Miss), 3 Belsize Studios, Glenilla-road, Hampstead, N.W 

1 120 

Gregson, I. B. (Miss), Lyceum-club, Piccadilly, W. 1240 

Greiffenhagen, M. 12 Loudoun-road, N.W. 112 

Grey, E. F. (Mrs.), 23 Framlington-place, Newcastle-on-Tyne 617 

Cribble, B. F., Waimarino, Rickmansworth 524 

Griffith, H. M. (Miss), 60 Fitzjohn's-avenue, Hampstead, N.W. 1132 

Griffith, L. E. (Miss), 8 Cemetery-road, Maesteg, Glam. 1792 

Grubbe, M. E. (Mrs.), 96 Abbey-road, N.W. 1184, 1244 

Grundy, C., Homefield, Blackpool 323 

Gulland, E. (Miss), 5 High-street, Bushey, Herts 1265 

Gulley, C. B. (Miss), c/o Fine Arts Academy, Queen's-road, Bristol 

883, 887 

Gunston, A., 20 Stile-hall-gardens, Chiswick, W. 545 
Guyer, M. L. (Miss), 237 Brixton-road, S.W. 621 
Gwennet, W. G., 196 The Grove, Hammersmith, W. 993 

H 

HERKOMER, Sir H. von, C.V.O., R.A., Lululaund, Bushey, Herts 

92, 143, 163, 271, 1323, 1339 

HACKER, A., A., 178 Cromwell-road, S.W. 10, 31, 131, 167 
HEMY, C. N., A., Churchfield, Falmouth 47, 149, 274, 826, 835, 

862 



THE EXHIBITORS. 133 

HENRY, G., A., 26 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 308, 427, 428, 443 

Hack, M. S., 22 Surrey-street, Strand, W.C. 1439 

Hacker, L. (Mrs. A.) 178 Cromwell-road, S.W. 1212 

Hague, A., Deganwy, Llandudno 722 

Haines, S. (Miss), Lauristine, Hales-road, Cheltenham 1146 

Haite, G. C., Ormesby-lodge, The Avenue, Bedford-park, W. 713, 829 

Hale, E. M., Shackleford-heath, Godalming 676 

Haley, M. (Mrs. Reynolds), 36 Courtenay-avenue, Waterloo, Liverpool 

1243 
Halford, C. (Mrs. C. Rea), Garden-lodge, Logan-place, Kensington, 

W. 55 

Halhed, H. (Miss), 5 Trebovir-road, S.W. 211 
Hall, F., 7 St. Paul's Studios, Kensington, W. 218, 475 
Hall, J. C., 278 St. Vincent-street, Glasgow 1669 
Hall, L. (Miss), 10 Trafalgar -studios, Manresa-road, S.W. 1055 
Hall, S., M.V.O., 7B Elm-tree-road, N.W. 417, 513 
Hall and Dods (Messrs.), c/o Forsyth and Maule, 309 Oxford -street, 

W. 1487, 1512, 1519 

Hal lam, L. (Miss), 55 Berners-street, W. 1218 
Halliday, G., 9 Sandford-road, Moseley, Birmingham 1721 
Halliday, G. E., 19 Castle-street, Cardiff 1532 
Halls, R. H., Dyxcroft, Wallands-park, Lewes 1606 
Halnon, F. J., 30 Undercliff-road, Lewisham, S.E. 1832 
Hammond, G. D. (Miss), 2 St. Paul's Studios, West Kensington, W 

looi 

Hammond, R. G., 16 Essex-street, Strand, W.C. 1579 
Hammond, T. W., 214 Derby-road, Nottingham 872 
Hamp, S., 36 Bloomsbury-square, W.C. 1637 
Hampton, H., 16 Maida-vale, W. 1692, 1693 
Hancock, S. H., 76 Dudley-road, Ilford, Essex 679 
Hancock, S. H. (Miss), 28 Bergholt-crescent, Stamford-hill, N. 944 
Hankey, W. L., Studio C, 404 Fulham-road, S.W. 188, 631 
Harcourt, C., 9 Stanley Studios, Park-walk, Chelsea, S.W. 25 
Harcourt, G., Bushey, Herts 729 
Hardie, M., 7 Baldwyn-gardens, Acton, W. 1347 
Harding, M. (Miss), 5 Higher Summerlands, Exeter 502 
Harding, M., IB Greville-place, Maida-vale, N.W. 1723 
Hardwick, A. J., Eagle-chambers, Kingston-on-Thames 1475 
Hard wick, J. J., The Hollies, Thames Ditton, Surrey 802 
Hardy, H., 10 Abbey-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 319 



134 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

Hardy, M. (Miss), Park-gate, Ringmer, Sussex 350, 1227 
Hardy, N. (Miss), Bank-house, I Marylebone-road,- N.W. 1262 
Harris, E. A. C. (Mrs.), 98 Gloucester-terrace, Hyde-park, W. 1817, 

1882 

Harris-Brown, H., 15 The Avenue, 76 Fulham-road, S.W. 454, 719 
Harrison, A., 109 Colmore-row, Birmingham 1434 
Harrison, A. J. (Miss), 122 Southampton-row, W.C. 1133 
Harrison, T. E., n Greville-place, Maida-vale, N.W. 1636 
Harrison, W. H., 66 Victoria-street, S.W. 1587 
Hart, A., Wr.thcote, Park-road, Twickenham 316 
Hart and Waterhouse ( Messrs.), I Verulam-buildings, Gray's-inn, W.C. 

1573, I6l7 

Hartley, A., 80 Redcliffe-square, S.W. 632, 1315 
Hartwell, C. L., 26 Marney-road, Clapham-common, S.W. 1701, 

1856, 1904 

Harvey, H., 5 Trewartha-terrace, Penzance 727 
Harvey, H. J., 138 Finborough-road, S.W. 562 
Hassall, J., 88 Kensington-park-road, W. 878 

Hatherell, W., 15 Cavendish-road, Brondesbury, N.W. 256, 839, 1396 
Haviland, F., I74A Hammersmith-road, W. 1022 
Hawker, E. B. (Miss), Hessing- lodge, Worple-road, Wimbledon, 

S.W. 1156 

Hawksley, D. W. (Miss), 115 Fellows-road, N.W. 1407 
Hawksworth, W. T. M., 16 Upper Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 831, 

1006 

Hay, P. A., 24 Yeoman's-row, Brompton-road, S.W. 225, 914 
Hay liar, J. (Miss), Red Holme, 14 Cambridge-road, Bournemouth 590 
Hayman, L. (Miss), 9 Rue Vineuse, Paris 1748 
Hay ward, A. F. W., Port Hope, Northwood, Middlesex 496, 638 
Hazell, W. E., 5 Tavistock-square, W.C. 1413 
Healing and Overbury (Messrs.), Lloyd's Bank-chambers, Cheltenham 

1627 

Heath, L., 40 Norland-square, Holland-park, W. 1046 
Hellmer, H. C., 22 St. Anne's-villas, Kensington, W. 1756 
Hemming, E. (Miss), Burmah-cottage, Dollar, N.B. 1036 
Henry, J., 10 Warwick-place, Maida-hill, W. 35, 105 
Henry, P., 13 Pembridge-crescent, W. 1387 
Henshall, H., Torghatten, Pinner 857 

Herapath, H. (Miss), Derwent-lodge, Addison-road, Kensington, W. 
1255 



THE EXHIBITORS. 135 

Herapath, M., I4A Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 1739 

Hewitt, W. E., 22 Buckingham-street, Strand, W.C. 1564 

Hewlett, F. (Miss), 14 Church-road, Richmond, Surrey 1247 

Hill, A., 22 George-street, Cork 1411 

Hill, A. C. E., 15 Chalcot-gardens, N.W. 419 

Hill, R. H., Cannon-cottage, Runswick, Hinderwell, S.O. 464, 742 

Hinchley, E. M. (Mrs.), 55 Redcliffe-road, S.W. 1250 

Hinchliff, W., 6 Rossetti Studios, Chelsea, S.W. 997 

Hindley, H. (Miss), Strawberry-house, Chiswick-mall, W. 581 

Hirst, N., The Meadows, Langport, Somerset 1272, 1320, 1334 

Hitch, F. B., 60 Harleyford-road, Vauxhall, S.E. 1688 

Hoare, E. B., and M. Wheeler (Messrs.), IIA Orchard-street, Portman- 

square, W. 1525 

Hobson, R. (Miss), 35 Cochrane-street, St. John's-wood, N.W. 1027 
Hodge, A. H., 50 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. 1687 
Hodgson, H., Alresford, Hants 832 
Hogan, J. H., Rosmead, Underhill-road, East Dulwich, S.E. 1443, 

1492, 1493 

Hole, A. F. (Miss), 15 Manor-gardens, Larkhall-rise, S.W. 1002 
Hole, W., ii Inverleith-terrace, Edinburgh 1333 
Holgate, T. W., 38 Creswell-place, West Brompton, S.W. 98 
Hollams, F. M. (Miss), Puttenden-manor, Tonbridge 677 
Holroyd, Sir C., Sturdie-house, Beechwood-avenue, Wey bridge 101 8 
Holyoake, P. W., School of Art, Kendal 546 
Hoole, A. H., 36 Great James-street, W.C. 1503 
Hope, E. A.. 14 Kensington Studios, Kelso-place, Kensington, W. 1288 
Hopkins, A., 42 Arkwright-road, N.W. 725 
Hopton, G. (Miss), Kemerton-court, Tewkesbury 539 
Horder, P. M., 148 New Bond-street, W. 1560 
Hornblower, G., 2 Devonshire-terrace, Portland-place, W. 1607 
Hornel, E. A., Broughton-house, Kirkcudbright, N.B. 392 
Horrell, N. (Mrs.), Danegelt Studio, Findon, Worthing 1219 
Horsford, O. (Miss), 10 Hilgrove-road, South Hampstead, N.W. 

noi, 1195 

Horsley, W. C., 128 Church-street, Kensington, W. 593 
Horsnell, A. G., 41 Moore-street, Chelsea, S.W. 1276, 1379 
Horth, F. J., Carlton-lodge, Hornsea, Yorks 1585 
Horton, W. M. (Miss), 19 West minster- chambers, Crosshall-street, 

Liverpool 297 
tjorwitz, E., 45 Roland-gardens, S.W. 1363 



136 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

Houchin, H. R., The White-cottage, Ruislip, Middlesex 1542 

Howarth, A. E., The Studio, Hutton, Essex 1296 

Howell, A. M. (Miss), The Cottage, Edensor-road, Eastbourne 

1177, 1214 

Hubbard and Moore (Messrs.), 112 Fenchurch-street, E.G. 1593 
Hubner, P. P., 244 Brecknock-road, N. 672 
Hudson, H. J., 86 West Cromwell-road, S.W. 415 
Hudson, J., 24 York-place, Portman-square, W. 1412 
Hughes, A. F., Thurloe-square Studios, South Kensington, S.W. 994 
Hughes, G., Eastside-house, Kew-green, Surrey 973 
Hughes, G. (Miss), 126 Queen's-road, Richmond, Surrey III! 
Hughes, L. J. (Miss), Bronwylfa, Penmaenmawr, N. Wales 1203 
Hughes, M. K. (Miss), 5 Harrington-road, S.W. 1374, 1399 
Hughes, R. M., c/o Mrs. Jory, Cliff-house, Lamorna, Penzance 981 
Hughes, T., 8 Gloucester-mansions, Harrington-gardens, S.W. 752 
Hughes- Stanton, H., Scarsdale-lodge, Wright's-lane, Kensington, W. 

58, 456 

Huish, M. B., 21 Essex-villas, Kensington, W. 955 
Hunt, G. J., 7 Regent's-park-terrace, N.W. 1449 
Hunt, G. L., 19 Eldon-road, Kensington, W. 221 
Hunt, W., Park-view, Southfields, S.W. 685 
Hunter, J. Y., 9 Launceston-place, Kensington, W. 904 
Hunter, M. Y. (Mrs.), 9 Launceston-place, Kensington, W. 416, 

894, 916 

Hurry, A. (Miss), 17 Pelham-place, S.W. 1206 
Hurst, H., 24 South Audley-street, W. 154 



Illingworth, A. S. (Miss), 132 Cheyne-walk, S.W. 1293, 1318 

Inchbold, S., c/o E. Flower, 18 High-road, Kilburn, N.W. 945 

Ingram, W. A., Tregurrian, Falmouth 757, 780 

I'ons, A., 43 Lamb's Conduit-street, W.C. 344 

Ishibashi, K., Stamford-bridge Studios, Chelsea, S.W. 421 



JACKSON, T. G..R.A., 14 Buckingham-st., Strand, W.C. 1447, 
JOHN, W. G., R.A.^2^ Greville-road, St. JohnVwQod, N,W. 
1753, 1838, 1846, 1875, 1915 



THEl EXHIBITORS. 137 

Jack, G., 24 Station-road, Church-end, Finchley, N. 1478 

Jack, R., 2 Earl's-court-square, S.W. 192, 284, 373 

Jackson, A, V., 17 St. Philip's-road, Surbiton 1584 

Jackson, F. W., Hinderwell, Yorks 556 

Jacobs, L. R. (Miss), 34 St. John's-wood-terrace, N.W. 1391, 1402 

Jacomb-Hood, G. P., 26 Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W. 667, 699 

James, W. (Hon.), I Courtfield-road, S.W. 616 

Jarvis, H. C., 37 Hazelbank-road, Catford, S.E. 967 

Jell, G. T., Carlton-house, Regent-street, S.W. 1646 

Jelley, J. V., Hampton-in-Arden, Warwickshire 639, 1026 

Jenkin, M. M. (Mrs. B.), 52^ Campden-street, Kensington, W. 1881 

Jenkins, D. C., Sandon Studios, Old Bluecoat School, Liverpool 45 

Jenkins, F. L., I Logan Studios, Logan-place, Kensington, W. 1705, 

1751, 1872 

Jennings, L., n Cheyne-gardens, Chelsea, S.W. 1677, 1824 
Jewitt, W. H., 38 North-road, Highgate, N. 1520 
Johnson, B. J. (Miss), The Homestead, Hornsey-lane, N. 1260 
" Johnson, C. E., Carrington-lodge, Sheen-road, Richmond, Surrey 

770 

Johnson, C. W., Charterhouse, Godalming 783 
Johnson, H. W., Bank-chambers, Market Harborough 1544 
Johnston, H. (Sir), St. John's-priory, Poling, Arundel 1019 
Jones, A. R. (Miss), Studio 7, Henniker-mews, Callow-street, Chelsea, 

S.W.-995 

Jones, E. Y., Hartdene, South Bagshot 1773 
Jones, J. A., 4A Heathview-road, Thornton-heath, Surrey 1670 
Jopling, L. (Mrs.), 7 Pembroke-gardens, Kensington, W. 215 
Joshua, N. (Miss), 3 Queen's-road Studios, St. John's-wood, N.W. 697 
Jowett, P. H., 14 Gunter-grove, Chelsea, S.W. 538 
Joy, G. W., The Red-lodge, 51 Palace-court, Bayswater, W. 775 



Kay, A., 259 Sauchiehall-street, Glasgow 113 

Kay, I. L. (Miss), 346 Gillott-road, Edgbaston, Birmingham 1798 

Keast, H., The Studio, Embankment, Putney, S.W. 1888 

Keen, A., 4 Raymond-buildings, Gray's-inn, W.C. 1625, 1664 

Kell, V. B. (Miss), 68 Chatsworth gardens, Acton-hill, W. 938 

Keller, J., 534 Sauchiehall-street, Glasgow 1885 

Kelly, G., 6 Williams-street, Lowndes-square, S.W.- 336, 479, 740 



138 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

Kemp- Welch, E. (Miss), Kingsley, Bushey, Herts 508, 1143 
Kemp- Welch, L. (Miss), Kingsley, Bushey, Herts 117, 871 
Kempthorne, H. M. (Miss), 15 Briardale-gardens, Hampstead, N.W. 

1183, 1190 

Kendrick, F. (Miss), 13 Woodfield-crescent, Ealing, W. 1733 
Kennington, T. B., 8 Netherton-grove, Fulham-road, S.W. 488, 708 
Kenyon, W. E., 15 Roundhay-crescent, Leeds 652 
Ker, B., 10 Ludlow-road, Ealing, W. 1354 
Kerr, F. J., Twynceri, Barry 953 
Kiddier, W., 12 South-parade, Nottingham 268 
Kilburne, G. G., 39 Steele's-road, Haverstock-hill, N.W. 821, 825 
Kimball, K. (Miss), c/o Brown, Shipley and Co., 123 Pall-mall, S.W. 

1297, 1309 

King, E., 47 Rowan-road, Hammersmith, W. 54 
King, F. C., Sunny-hill, Gt. Horwood, Winslow, Bucks 48 
King, G., Harting, Petersfield, Hants 38, 418 
King, W. C. H., 2 Clifton-hill Studios, St. John's-wood, N.W. 1790, 

1834 

King, Y., 139 Alexandra-road, South Hampstead, N.W. 97 
Kinsella, T., Rose-cottage, Farrar-street, Brixton, S.W. 858 
Kinsley, A., 2 Corinne-road, Tufnell-park, N. 820 
Kirk, A. H., Heathfield-cottage, Keston, Kent 918 
Kirkby, R. G., Town-hall, Bradford 1417 
Kirkpatrick, E. (Miss), The Gables, Harrow 627 
Kirkwood, E. H. (Miss), Studio, 68 Thistle-street, Edinburgh 1042, 

1043 

Kitsell, T. R., Crownhill S.O., near Plymouth 1536, 1537, 1565 
Kitson, S. D., Lloyd's-bank-chambers, Vicar-lane, Leeds 1424 
Knight, A. (Miss), Blenheim-tower, Boscombe, Hants 1172 
Knight, C., Stanton-on-the- Wolds, Nottingham 572 
Knight, H., Newlyn, Penzance 320, 761 
Knight, L. (Mrs. H.), Newlyn, Penzance 360, 712 
Knott, R., Adelphi-terrace-house, Adelphi, W.C. 1420 
Koch, A., 58 Theobald's-road, W.C. 1419 
Koopman, A., c/o Goupil-gallery, 5 Regent-street, S.W. 405 
Kruger, G. E. von W., 124 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. 1031 
Kuhn, C. (Miss), c/o C. H. West, 117 Finchley-road, N.W. 1045 
Kynaston, A., Slade Studio, Guildford 659 



THE EXHIBITORS. 



139 



LAURENS, J. P., H.F.A., 5 Rue Cassini, Paris 42 

LEADER, B. W., R.A., Burrows-cross, Gomshall, Guildford 13, 

1 19, 762 
LESLIE, G. D., R.A.) Compton-house, Lindfield, Hayward's Heath 

191 
LUCAS, J. S., R.A., New-place, Woodchurch-road, West Hampstead, 

N.W. 103, 175, 1360 

LA THANGUE, H. H., A., Graffham, Petworth 161 
Laidman, I. F. (Miss), Branksome, Milford, Surrey I no 
Laing, G. (Miss), 8 The Temple, Dale-street, Liverpool 1201 
Lambert, G. W., 2 Rossetti Studios, Flood-st., Chelsea, S.W. 

185, 694 

Lancaster, P., 78 Cedar-street, Southport 1317 
Lancaster, V. (Mrs.) 146 Ladbroke-terrace, W. 1229 
Lanchester and Rickards (Messrs.), 47 Bedford-square, W.C. 1432 
Lander, J. H., 19 Edith-grove, Chelsea, S.W. 223, 448, 455 
Langley, W., Westbourne, Alexandra-road, Penzance 735 
Lanteri, E., Royal College of Art, South Kensington, S.W. 1719 
Larkins, E., 45 Glenmore-road, Hampstead, N.W. 1675 
Lauder, N. (Miss), Westmont, Kilmarnock, N.B. 644 
Lawless, F. P. (Mrs.), Dunheved, Budleigh Salterton, S. Devon 1136 
Lawrence, M., I St. Leonard's Studios, Smith-street, Chelsea, S.W. 

1766, 1847 

Lawson, J. M. (Miss), 8 Kensington-crescent, W. 1816, 1836 
Leader, B. E., Burrows-cross, Gomshall, Guildford 258, 424, 777 
Ledger, M. M. (Miss), 20 Parkhill-road, Hampstead, N.W. 990 
Lee, M. B. (Miss), 58 Moring-road, Tooting Bee, S.W. 1226 
Lee, S., 26 Holland-park-road, W. 109 
Lee, T. S., The Vale-avenue, Chelsea, S.W. 1763 
Leech, W. J., Concarneau, Finistere, France 150, 330 
Leighton, E. B., 14 Priory-road, Bedford-park, W. 379 
Leist, F., 237 King's-road, S.W. 452 
Le Maitre, W. C., 63 Finsbury-pavement, E.G. 1531 
Lemon, A., 104 Beaufort-mansions, Chelsea, S.W. 402 
Lennard, H. (Miss), 8 Lansdowne-road, Holland-park, W. 505 
Leslie, A. J., 8 Weymouth-avenue, Ealing, W. 1691, 1761, 1776 
Leslie, P., 12 Meadow Studios, Bushey, Herts 868 



HO AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

Lessore, F., Regent's-park Studios, Park-village-east, N.W. 1910 

Letts, C. H., Portley -wood-view, Warlingham 587 

Liddell, T. H., Cropthorne, Pershore 75 

Lindner, M., 57 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. 763 

Linton, J. D. (Sir), 26 New Cavendish-street, W. 654 

Linton, W. E., 36 Rudolph-road, Bushey, Herts 395 

Lintott, H. C., c/o P. Dadd, 3 Colina-villas, Green-lanes, N. 1063 

Lion, F. (Miss), 2 St. John's-wood Studios, Queen's-terrace, N.W. 

44 1 

Llewellyn, W., 46 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. 86, 240, 728 

Lloyd, T., Lambolle-lodge, Littlehampton 913 

Lobley, J. H., 56 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 702 

Lodge, G. E., 5 Thurloe-square, S.W. 760 

Logsdail, W., 5 St. Paul's Studios, Talgarth-road, W. 352, 357, 767 

Lomax, J. (Miss), 3 Perham-crescent, West Kensington, W. 604 

Lomax, J. A., 17 Marlborough-road, N.W. 648 

Longstaff, J., IA Carlton-hill, N.W. 466 

Lorimer, J. H., 4 Drummond-place, Edinburgh 766 

Loudan, M., 48 Circus-road, N.W. 87 

Lowe, A. E. (Miss), 38 Park-hill-road, Haverstock-hill, N.W. 1041 

Lucas, G., 14 Hart-street, Bloomsbury, W.C. 1529, 1577 

Lucas, J. V. (Mrs.), 27 Bruton-street, W. 1796 

Lucas, M. L. (Miss), 28 Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W. 768 

Lucchesi, A. C., 2 Camden Studios, Camden-street, N.W. 1747, 1800 

Luke, F. (Miss), 25 York-place, Baker-street, W 1141 

Luker, L. H. (Mrs. Burrell), 22 Campden-hill-square, W. 1259 

Lund, N. M., 169 Adelaide-road, N.W. 128 

Lutiger, F., 41 Barton-street, West Kensington, W. 1717 

Lutyens, E. L., 29 Bloomsbury-square, W.C. 1473 

M 

MACWHIRTER, J., R.A., i Ab^ey-road, N.W. 28, 29, 153, 602 
MURRAY, D., R.A., I Langhain- chambers, Portland-place, W. 

132, 171, 301, 305, 628 
MACKENNAL, B., A., 38 Marlborough-hill, St. John's-wood, N.W. 

1912 

McClure, J. C., The Studio, The Newarke, Leicester 1698 
McCrossan, M. (Miss), St. Ives, Cornwall 437 
Macdonald, A., 23 Kingsgate-street, Winchester 1395 



THE EXHIBITORS. 141 

Macdonald, A., Studio, 30 Oxhey-street, Watford 1012 
Macdougald, G. D., 5 Clifton-hill Studios, St. John's-wood, N.W. 

1767, 1791, 1842 

McGarel-Hogg, A. (Hon.), 36 Lincoln's-inn-fields, W.C. 1504 
McGill, D., i Scarsdale-villas, Kensington, W. 1722 
Macintosh, R., 4 Reservoir-road, Brockley, S.E. 1307 
Mackenzie, H. M. (Miss), 36 Park-mansions, Battersea-park, S.W. 358 
McKenzie, R. T. 26 South Twenty-first-street, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 

1771 

McKillip, D. (Mrs.), The Cottage, Victoria-park, Londonderry 553 
MacKinlay, G. A. E. (Miss), n Nightingale-mansions, Nightingale- 
lane, S.W. 1 220 

MacKinnon, F., Poolewe, Ross-shire 277 
McLean, W. J., 4 Oakley Cottage Studios, Upper Cheyne-row, 

Chelsea, S.W. 1762, 1810 

Maddox, R. W., 22 King Henry's-road, N.W. 626 
Madeley, L. (Miss), 88 Vauxhall-bridge-road, S.W. 1257 
Maginniss, M. E. (Miss), 4 Daleham-gardens, N.W. 1013 
Magnus, E. (Miss), Oak-drive, Fallowfield, Manchester 310 
Maidment, T., 5 Antoine-terrace, Newlyn, Penzance 552 
Mallows, C. E., 28 Conduit-street, W. 1575, 1633 
Mann, H., 6 Melina-place, Grove-end-road, N.W. 743 
Mansfield, L., I vail, Southborough-road, Bickley, Kent 1644 
Manton, G., Pen-y-Bryn, Bushey-grove-road, Watford 326, 338 
March, S., Goddendene, Farnborough, Kent 1749, 1850 
March, V., Goddendene, Farnborough, Kent 1794, 1804 
Margetson, E. M. (Mrs.), 18 Albert-hall-mansions, S.W. 1200 
Marshall, E. W., 139 Oxford-street, W. 1586 

Martin, A. R., Walden Studio, Cleveland-road, Barnes, S.W. 1878 
Maryon, L. E. C. (Miss), Studio, 219 Maida-vale, W. 1868 
Mason, A. H., 122 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. 723 
Mason, F. H., The Studio, Marine-parade, Scarborough 804, 838 
Massey, G. (Mrs.), 75 Newman-street, W. 1083, 1084 
Massey, H. G., 75 Newman-street, W. 951 
Mathews, J. D (Miss), Ellel-hall, Lancaster 1054 
Mathieson, J. M., 20 Rupert-street, Glasgow 609 
Matthews, E. E. (Miss), Woodlands-road, Moseley, Birmingham 283 
Maundrell, C., Melbourne-house, Bedford-park, W. 1003 
Mawson, T. H., 28 Conduit-street, W. 1583, 1628, 1673 
Maxwell, D., The Beacon, Borstal-road, Rochester 102 



I 4 2 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

May, A. D., 9 St. Paul's Studios, W. 375, 486 
May, E. J., 21 Hart-street, Bloomsbury, W.C. 1551 
Maybee, E. D., 115 Rue Notre Dame des Champs, Paris 287 
Measom, W. F., 4 Stanley Studios, Park-walk, S.W. 1362 
Mecredy, S., Suffolk-house, Cumberland-road, Headingley, Leeds 49 
Melliar, G. F. (Miss), 90 Beaufort-mansions, Chelsea, S.W. 1745, I 8 7 
Mercier, R. (Mile.), 5 Talgarth-road, West Kensington, W. 847 
Merrifield, L. S., Stamford -bridge Studios, Fulham, S.W. 1830, 1884 
Messer, A. A., 5 The Broadway, Woking 1635 
Messer, M. B. (Miss), The Limes, Rye-hill-park, Peckham-rye, S.E. 

1093 

Metcalfe, G., Woodside, Albury, Guildford 68 1 

Meteyard, S. H., Hillside, Greenhill-road, Moseley, Birmingham 989 
Meyerheim, R., Lindeneck, Wimblehurst-road, Horsham, Sussex 

1052 

Michael, F. H., 3 Holland-lane, Melbury-road, W. 774 
Michaelson, A., I Elm-tree-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 721 
Michie, J. C., 184 Queen's-gate, S.W. 125, 481 
Middleton, H., 2 Orchard Studios, I5A Brook-green, W. 94 
Milbanke, M., 57 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 432 
Millard, J., 62 Wellington-road, Heaton Chapel, near Stockport 1686, 

1818 

Miller, H., 8 Park-road, Clarence-gate, N.W. 1175 
Mills, E., 404B Fulham-road, S.W. 210, 399 
Milne, O. P., 16 Great James-street, Bedford-row, W.C. 1601 
Milnes, A. (Miss), 2 Meadow Studios, Bushey, Herts 473 
Minty, E. A., 116 Victoria-street, S.W. 1561 
Mischef, P. (Mrs.), 51 Queen's-gate, S.W. 1263 
Mitchell, A., 17 Hanover-square, W. 1408 

Mitchell, A. C., 12 Margravine-gardens, West Kensington, W. 509 
Moberly, M. J. (Mrs.), Ravensbury-gardens, Mitcham 845 
Moira, G., Royal College of Art, South Kensington, S.W. 665 
Montalba, H. (Miss), Palazzo Trevisan, Venice 1 1, 657 
Montford, H., 26 Larkhall-rise, Clapham, S.W. 1731 
Montford, P. R., Anhalt Studio, Albert-bridge, S.W. 1712, 1781 
Moony, R. J. E., 18 Yeoman 's-row, Brompton-road, S.W. 925, 932, 

1405 

Moore, A. H., Clydesdale, Clyde-road, Wallington 942 
Moore, J., 18 Gloucester-road, Kew, Surrey 504 
Moore, J. (Mrs.), 13 Vicarage-road, Edgbaston, Birmingham 1 157 



THE EXHIBITORS. 



143 



Moore, T., 46 Well-walk, Hampstead, N.W. 1523, 1527 

Mordecai, J., 7 York-street, Portman-square, W. 458 

Morgan, E. E., Temple Studio, 58 Chancery -lane, W.C. 1152 

Morland, J. S., c/o Chapman Bros., 241 King's-rd., Chelsea, S.W. 877 

Morley, H., 2 Alma Studios, Stratford-road, W. 347 

Morris, M. G. '(Miss), 6 Maclise-mansions, W. 1232 

Morton, W., 9 Glyn-road, Liscard, Cheshire 817 

Moser, O., 16 Adamson-road, Hampstead, N.W. 934 

Mostyn, T., 5 Melina-place, St. John's-wood, N.W. 214 

Moxham, G., 39 Castle-street, Swansea 1510 

Mudie, A., Orche-hill-avenue, Gerrard's Cross, Bucks 911 

Munnings, A. J., Swainsthorpe, Norwich 530, 651 

Murray, A. H. H., 49 Montagu-square, W. 949 

Murray, C. O., 41 The Grove, Hammersmith, W. 1271 

Murray, F. W., 33 Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W. 237 

Murray, G., 10 Girdlers-road, Brook Green, W. 865 

Murray, J., II Suffolk-street, Pall Mall, S.W. 1552 

Musgrave, H., 16 Rosemont-road, Acton, W. 168 

Myers, J., 10 Grays-inn-square, W.C. 1445 



N 

NORTH, J. W., A., Washford, Somerset^6g, 522 

Naper, C. W. S., Great-tree, Looe, Cornwall 922 

Naylor, J. J. S., 19 Hanover-square, W. 1574, 1576 

Neale, G. H., 37 St. Stephen's-mansions, Westminster, S.W. 66, 235,462 

Neale, M. H. (Mrs.), 41 Castle-street, Liverpool 181 

Newman, F. (Miss), 14 Templars-avenue, Golder's-green, N.W. 1840 

Newton, E., 4 Raymond -buildings, Gray's-inn, W.C. 1452, 1485, 1594 

Nicholls, G. F., Evesham, Worcestershire 975 

Nicolet, G., Arts-club, 40 Dover-street, W. 205, 1385 

Nixon, M. (Miss), 13 Woodside, Wimbledon, S.W. 848, 988 

Noble, R., East Linton, Haddingtonshire, N.B. 265 

Norman, P., 45 Evelyn-gardens, S.W. 940 

Norris, H. L., Fryern-court, Fordingbridge, Hants 815, 834 

Norton and Boutcher (Messrs.), 14 Bedford-row, W.C. 1438 ; 

Nowell, A. T., 47 Hornton-court, High-street, Kensington, W. 44, 

324, 351 
Nutt,G.I. Mrs.), i$7Goldhurst-terrace, South Hampstead, N.W. 594 



144 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 



ORCHARDSON, Sir W. Q. (the late), R.A. 101, 148, 189 
OULESS, W. W., R.A., 12 Bryanston-square, W. 106, 196, 231 
ORPEN, W., A., 8 South Bolton-gardens, S.W. 41, 346 
Oliver, B., 7 Southampton-street, Bloomsbury, W.C. 1440 
Oliver, Leeson, and Wood (Messrs.), Milburn-house, Newcastle-on- 

Tyne 1638 

Olivier, H. A., 23 Marlborough-road, N.W. 367, 607 
Olsson, J., St. Ives, Cornwall 337 

Olver, K. E. (Miss), 10 Park-crescent, Portland-place, W. 33 
O'Neill, C., 37 Moorfields, Liverpool 1007 
Orchardson, C. M. Q., 7 Elm-tree-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 

686, 769 

Orr, A. A., 70, Headstone-road, Harrow-on-the-Hill 1494, 1507 
Osborne, M., 40 Park-mansions, Battersea-park, S.W. 1287 
Ouless, C. (Miss), 12 Bryanston-square, W. 242, 695 
Owen, A. H. (Miss), 206 Castellain-mansions, Maida-vale, W. 1178 



POYNTER, Sir E. J., Bt., P.R.A., 70 Addison-road, Kensington, 

W. 126, 198, 794, 830, 859, 1008 
PARSONS, A., A., 54 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. 64, 285, 

791 
PEGRAM, H., A., St. John's-lodge, Harley-road, South Hamp- 

stead, N.W. 1755, 1758, 1759, 1867, 1905 

POMEROY, F. W., A., 15 Kensington-sq., W. 1855, 1681, 1697 
Padday, C. M., South-lodge, Hay ling Island 573 
Paddock, W., 24 Olive-road, Cricklewood, N.W. 249, 986 
Paget, W., Bentley, Stanhope-avenue, Finchley, N. 260 
Palin, W. M., 404 Fulham-road, S.W. in 
Palmer, C. A., I4A Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 1743, 1819 
Palmer, E. (Mrs.), Groby- place, Altrincham, Cheshire 1071, 1099, 

1245 

Palmer, S., The Three Gables, The Orchard, Bedford-park, W. 854 
Pannell, L. (Miss), 10 Terrapin-road, Tooting-common, S.W. 1238 
Papworth, A. W., Town-hall-chambers, Old-street, E.G. 1602 
Parker, H., 2 Holland-lane, Melbury-road, Kensington- W. 1702, 1770 



i 9 io] THE EXHIBITORS. 145 

Parker, N. (Mrs.) Netherton, Torquay 1098 

Parr, H., 54 Lamont-road, Chelsea, S.W. 1883, 1902 

Parsons, J. V. R., 10 Dale-street, Liverpool 248 

Parlby, G., 374 Goldhawk-road, W. 1458, 1548 

Parton, E., 8 Carlton-hill, N.W. 236 

Partridge, B., 149 Church-street, Chelsea, S.W. 724 

Paterson, E. M. (Miss), I Albyn-place, Edinburgh 807 

Paterson, J. J. (Miss), Bradstones, West Derby, Liverpool 1049 

Patry, E., I4A Kensington-crescent, W. 133 

Paul, R. W., 3 Arundel-street, Strand, W.C. 1521 

Peacock, R., 32 Holland-park-road, W. 65, 406, 678 

Pearse, S. B. (Miss), 6 Pomona-house, in New King's-road, S.W. 

963, 985 

Pearson, F. L., 12 Mansfield-street, W. 1657 
Pease, A. (Miss), 19 Vesta-road, Brockley, S.E. 1734 
Pegram, A. B., I2A, Park-village-west, N.W. 1720 
Pemberton, H. M. (Miss), 42 Newburgh-road, Acton, W. 1500 
Penn, W. C., 57 Tierney-road, Streatham-hill, S.W. 151 
Penny, G. I., (Miss), 3 Park-hill, Ealing, W. 1057 
Perks, S., The Guildhall, E.G. 1620 
Perugini, C. E., 32 Victoria-road, Kensington, W. 100 
Peter, R. C., 7 Grosvenor-street, Camberwell-gate, S.E. 1301 
Petrie, G., c/o Chapman Bros., 241 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. 630 
Peyton, E. M. (Mrs.), 293 Goldhawk-road, W. 1118 
Phillips, J., St. George's Studio, 1-5 Back Canning-street, Liverpool 

1497 

Phcenix, G., Clarendon Studio, Wolverhampton 220 
Pib worth, C., I4A Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 1821 
Pickering, J. L., 8 Ormonde-terrace, Regent's-park, N.W. 159 
Pierce, L. E. (Miss), 172 Baker-street, Enfield, Middlesex 987 
Pilkington, M. E. (Miss), 42 York-mansions, Battersea-park, S.W. 

1230 

Pimm, W. E., 61 Schubert-road, East Putney, S.W. 1009 
Pinks, R. A., 9 Joubert's-mansions, Chelsea, S.W. 968 
Pirie, G., Wardend, Torrance, near Glasgow 40 
Pite, B., 2 York-gate, N.W. 1610, 1616 
Pite, W. A., 116 Jermyn-street, S.W. 1547 
Pittman, O., Boxford, near Newbury 52, 88, 396 
Pocock, L. J. (Miss), 28 Blomfield-road, Maida-vale, W. 943, 1502. 
Pocock, L. L., 28 Blomfield-road, Maida-vale, W. 863, 890 



146 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

Pocock, M. H., Mesylls, Chiddingfold, Surrey 1653 

Poole, F. V., 365 Goldhawk-road, W. 355 

Poole, H., i Wentworth Studios, Manresa-road, S.W.--I746, 1788, 

1806 

Porter, E. (Miss), 10 Trafalgar Studios, Manresa-road, S.W. 1032 
Portsmouth, P., 39 George-square, Edinburgh 1715 
Pott, C. M. (Miss), 151 High-street, Kensington, W. 1277, 1300 
Powell, D. V. (Miss), 40 Lebanon-park, Twickenham 1129 
Powell, E. T., 25 Queen Anne's-gate, S.W. 1588 
Power, M. (Miss), Holly-lodge, East Molesey, Surrey 1044, 1115 
Powles, L. C., The Highlands, Rye, Sussex 81 
Pownall, M. (Mrs. A. Bromet), Lime-lodge, Oxhey, Watlord 1706 
Praga, A., The Grey-house, Hornton-street, Kensington, W. 1065 
Prentice, A. N., Hastings-house, 10 Norfolk-street, Strand, W.C. 1651 
Priestman, A., 3 Walmer-villas, Bradford 485, 771 
Priestman, B., 20 Grange-road, Chiswick, W. 460 
Procter, E., Ben Rhydding, Yorks 476 
Proctor, T, (Miss), 27 Oakley-crescent, Chelsea, S.W. 954 
Pye, J. B., and D. Bird (Messrs.), Woodfield, St.-Anne's-on-the-Sea 

1455 

Pyne, A. (Miss), 27 Cathcart-hill, Dartmouth-park-hill, N. 1151 
Pyne, E. (Miss), 27 Cathcart-hill, Dartmouth-park-hill, N. 1039 

Q 

Quinn, J., Pomona-cottage Studio, ICXJA New King's-road, S.W. 449 



RICHMOND, Sir W. B., K.C.B., R.A., Beavor- lodge, Hammer- 
smith, W. 135, 183 

RIVIERE, B., R.A., 82 Finchley-road, N.W. 83, 194 
Rackham, A., 1 6 Chalcot-gardens, Hampstead, N.W. 969 
Rackham, E. S. ( Mrs. A.), 16 Chalcot-gardens, Hampstead, N.W. 32 
Rae, H. (Mrs. E. Normand), 4 Fox-hill-gardens, Upper Norwood, 

S.E. 447 

Raeburn, H. M., 51 Gower street, W.C. 84, 1283 
Rainey, W., Ecclesbourne, Grove-park, Chiswick, W. 851 
Ralph, E. R. (Mrs.), I Clifton-hill Studios, St. John's-wood, N.W. 

1750 



1910] THE EXHIBITORS. 147 

Ram, J. A. (Miss), Eccleston Studios, 49 Hugh-street, Eccleston- 

square, S.W. 1241 

Ransom, F., 24 Circus-road, N.W. 1694, 1876 
Rayne, L. M. (Miss), Pond-house, Teddington 1173 
Read and MacDonald (Messrs.), 16 Cork-street, Bond-street, W. 

1446, 1484 
Reckitt, F. W., The Studios, 9 Sheriff-road, West Hampstead, N.W. 

749 

Red worth, W., 80 Albert-street, Slough, Bucks 348 
Reed, L. (Miss), 14 Upper Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 1735 
Reid, F. M. (Miss), 62 Parkhill-road, Hampstead, N.W. 506, 568, 

716 

Reid, J. R., 62 Parkhill-road, Hampstead, N.W. 222, 680, 690 
Reid, M., 112 Goldhurst-terrace, N.W. 1037 
Reid, S., Lyndhurst, Ley-hill, Chesham, Bucks 924 
Rendel, H. S. G., 5 New-court, Lincoln's-inn, W.C. 1604 
Revel, J. D., 290 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. 1310 
Reynolds, J. (Miss), 242 Kew-road, Kew-gardens 1182 
Reynolds-Stephens, W., Harlestone, Mortimer-road, Kilburn-priory, 

N.W. 1848, 1858, 1869 

Rhead, G. W., Doune-lodge, Oxford-road, Putney, S.W. 382 
Rhodes, T. H., Highfields, North wood, Middlesex 1543 
Richardson, A. E. (Miss), The Cockloft Studios, 35 Cochrane-street, 

St. John's-wood, N.W. 1253 

Richardson, A. E., Cavendish-house, St. Albans 1427 
Richardson, F. S., Sandy, Beds 160 

Richardson, M. (Miss), 37 Kennington-park-road, S.E. 1772, 1813 
Richter, H. D.,'22 Lammas-park-road, Ealing, W. 1448 
Rider, H., I Ashwood-terrace, Headingley, Leeds 823 
Ridgway, W., 32 Windsor-road, Ealing, W. 799 
Rigg, E. H., Hinderwell, Yorks 307, 309 

Ritchie, C. E., 9 Elm Tree-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 1369, 1384 
Rivers, A. M., 10 Redston-road, Hornsey, N. 964 
Riviere, H. G., 38 Abercorn-place, N.W. 362, 389 
Roberts, C., 36 Lansdowne-crescent, W. 511 
Roberts, D. F. (Miss), 10 Portsdown-road, Maida-vale, W. 1066 

1073, 1074 

Roberts, K. M. (Miss), Stapleton, Shrewsbury 1223, 1228 
Roberts, T., I Bigwood-road, Hampstead-garden-suburb, N.W. i 
378 



148 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 



Robertson, A. K. (Miss), 38 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. 291 
Robertson, G. E., 8 Albert Studios, Albert Bridge-road, S.W. 585 
Robertson, J. (Miss), 9 Elsworthy-terrace, Primrose-hill, N.W. 1207, 

1217, 1248 

Robertson, P., The Cherries, Maidenhead 957 
Robilliard, M. (Miss), Gablecroft, London-lane, Bromley, Kent 12 
Robinson, G., The Quay-house, Hamble, Hants 870 
Robinson, M. C. (Miss), 27 Malwood-road, Balham, S.W. 1348 
Rock, H. F. (Miss), 53 Holland-park-road, Kensington, W. 1774 
Rodd, F. J. E. (Miss), 29 Beaufort -gardens, S.W. 931 
Roddis, A. J., 27 Perry-hill, Catford, S.E. 1614 
Roe, F., 18 Stanford-road, Kensington-court, W. 403, 675 
Roff, L. R. (Miss), 121 Cheyne-walk, S.W. 1825 
Rogers, G., I Crosshall-street, Liverpool 173 
Rogers, Bone, and Coles (Messrs.), 7 Carteret-street, Westminster, S.W. 

1533 

Rollins, J. W., 14 Wetherby-place, South Kensington, S.W. 1679, 1703 
Roos, E. (Mrs. Vedder), 7 The Mall, Parkhill-road, Hampstead, N.W. 

60 

Rope, E. M. (Miss), 107 Marylebone-road, N.W. 1802, 1814, 1822 
Rose, A. W., 15 Great George-street, Westminster, S.W. 1454 
Rose, E. H. (Miss), 6 Parkside-gardens, Wimbledon, S.W. 413 
Roselieb, L. F., 33 Park-hill, Clapham, S.W. 1682 
Roskruge, E. (Miss), Hollybank, Yelverton, South Devon 827 
Ross, R. H. A., 12 Shandwick-place, Edinburgh 671 
Round, D. G., Adelphi-terrace-house, Strand, W.C. 1649 
Rowe, E. A., Ravello, Manor-road, Rusthall, Tunbridge Wells 798 
Rowney, L. (Mrs. Harley), 95 Fellows-road, N.W. 1168 
Royds, A. F., 293 Lincoln's-inn-fields, W.C. 1580 
Rudge, M. M. (Miss), 163 Trinity-road, Wandsworth-common, S.W. 

1286 

Russell, S. B., and E. Cooper (Messrs.), n Gray's-inn-square,W.C. 1486 
Russell, W. W., 107 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. 409 



SANT, J., R.A. y 43 Lancaster-gate, Hyde-park, W. 162, 566, 567, 

574, 575, 584 

SARGENT, J. S., R.A., 31 Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W. 107, 136, 
529, 619 



1910] THE EXHIBITORS. 149 

SHANNON, J. J., R.A., 10 Holland-park-road, Kensington, W. 

3, 1 8, 1 66, 304 

SOLOMON, S. J., R.A., 18 Hyde-park-gate, S.W. 152 
STONE, M., R.A., 8 Melbury-road, Kensington, W. 647 
SWAN, J. M. (the late), X.A.I2J, 1922 
SHORT, F., A., 56 Brook-green, W. 1321, 1326, 1343 
SIMS, C., A., Lodsworth, Petworth, Sussex 195, 543, 903 
SMYTHE, L. P., A., Chateau d'Honvault, par Wimereux, Pas-de- 
Calais, France 498, 565, 788, 801 

STOKES, A., A.R.A. Elect., Arts Club, 40 Dover-street, W. 270, 314 
STOREY, G. A., A., 39 Broadhurst-gardens, South Hampstead, N. W. 

7> 507, 559, 596, 603 

STOTT, E., A., Amberley, Sussex 182, 551 

STRANG, W., A., 7 Hamilton-terrace, N.W. 292, 484, 1353, 1368 
Sachs, E. O., and A. H. Lister (Messrs.), 8 Waterloo-place, Pall-mall, 

S.W. 1676 

Salisbury, F. O., 14 York-place, W. 53, 384 
Sambourne, L., 18 Stafford-terrace, Kensington, W. 1401 
Samuel, S. R., 21 Torrington-square, W.C. 120 
Sandys, W. (Miss), 5 Hogarth-road, Earl's-court, S.W. 1130, 1171 
Sansom, N. (Miss), Kensington Studios, 15 Kelso-place, W. 640 
Saul, H. A., 10 Gray's-inn-square, W.C. 1467 
Schafer, H. T., 40 Brewer-street, Golden-square, W. 295 
Schmalz, H., 49 Addison-road, Kensington, W. 245, 773 
Schofield, J. W., 28 Finchley-road, N.W. 430 
Schofield, K., 2 Burnett-avenue, Bradford 642 
Schroder, W., 32 Eaton-road, Chester 824 
Schuitz, R. W.,' 14 Gray's-inn-square, W.C. 1539 
Schwabe, G. A. E., 78 Cross-street, Manchester 1608, 1612 
Scott, J. O., and Son (Messrs.), 2 Dean's-yard, Westminster, S.W. 

1524 

Scott, S. E., 6 Wentworth-mansions, Keats-grove, Hampstead, N.W 

790, 846 

Scott, W. G., 25 Bedford-row, W.C. 1409 
Sellers, J. H., 78 Cross-street, Manchester 1559 
Senior, Mark, 67 Cookridge-street, Leeds 78 
Sharp, M. O. (Miss), 5 Vanbrugh-terrace, Blackheath, S.E. 1388 
Shaw, A. W., Crossgate, Amberley, Sussex 919 
Shaw, B., 62 Addison-road, W. 569, 589 
Shaw, E. B. (Mrs.), 62 Addison-road, Kensington, W, 1180, 1213 



150 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

Sheard, T. F. M., 28 Holland- park-road, W. 251 

Shelton, E. (Miss), Lelant, Enfield, Middlesex 1198, 1235, I2 49 

Shenorkian, M., 3 Hamilton-gardens, St. John's-wood 618 

Sheppard, R., 2 The Mall, Parkhill-road, Hampstead, N.W. 1695,1894 

Sherborn, C. W., I Finborough-road, S.W. 1266 

Shields, D. G., 10 Scarsdale Studios, Stratford-road, W. 16 

Short, R., 22 The Walk, Cardiff 541 

Shrigley and Hunt (Messrs.), Lancaster 1550 

Simpson, A. B., Studios, 21 A Camden-road, N.W. 629 

Simpson, C. W., Westleigh, South Farnborough, Hants 518 

Simpson, J. S. C. (Miss), 155 Widmore-road, Bromley, Kent 1280, 

1372, 1397 
Simpson, J. W., and M. Ayrton (Messrs.), 3 Verulam-buildings, 

Grays-inn, W.C. 1557 

Sims, W. A., Reveley- lodge, Bushey-heath, Herts 860 
Simson, T. S., 3 Rue Campagne- Premiere, Paris 1740 
Sinet, E., 151 Stanhope-street, N.W. 641 
Sissons, M. (Miss), Villa des Reves, Mentone, France 1389 
Skipper, G. J., 7 London-street, Norwich 1640, 1674 
Skipworth, F. M., 3 Wentworth Studios, Chelsea, S.W. 411 j 
Sloane, M. A. (Miss), 57 Bedford-gardens, Campden-hill, W. 840 
Smart, D. I., 97 Frierne-road, East Dulwich, S.E. 1264 | 
Smirke, D. (Miss), 6 St. John's-road, Richmond, Surrey 1095 
Smith, C. (Miss) 220 Gloucester-terrace, Hyde-park, W. 1308 
Smith, C. A., 31 Fairfax-road, Bedford-park, W. 888 
Smith, C. W., 1 6 Finsbury-circus, E.G. 1605 
Smith, D. M., 4 St. George's-square, Regent's-park, N.W. 276 
Smith, E. W., The Studio, 43 Cochrane-street, St. John's-wood, N.W. 

1683, 1742 

Smith, M., The Studio, Trowse, Norwich 353 
Smith, W., Jun., 259 Union-street, Aberdeen 625 
Smith, W. H. S., and W. E. Monro (Messrs.), 46 Lincoln's-inn-fields 

W.C. 1482 

Smyth, M., 56 Abbey-road, N.W. 772 

Smythe, R., 17 Ulysses-road, West Hampstead, N.W. 1313, 1319 
Snell, J. H., Thompson's-farm, Golden Green, Tonbridge 115 
Snowman, I., 15 Exeter-road, Brondesbury, N.W. 201, 754 
Solomon, R. (Miss), 8 Kingswood-avenue, N.W. 1174 
Somerscales, T., 3 Leicester-street, Hull 692 
Somerset, J. H., 17 Cooper-street, Manchester 1456 



1910] THE EXHIBITORS. 151 

Soord, A. U., Cranmere, Hillside-road, Oxhey, Watford 789, 950 

Sower by, J., Orde-house, Whitchurch, Ross-on-Wye IOIO 

Spaight, G. (Miss), 6 Harcourt-road, Boscombe, Hants 1097 

Spain, J. E. D., 19 Hanover-square, W. 1501 

Spark, A. (Miss), 8 Wolverton-gardens, Ealing-common, W. 1199 

Sparks, N., 44 Castle-street, Battersea, S.W. 1281 

Speed, H., 24 Holland-park-road, W. 328, 700 

Spence, P., Mellbreak, Elmfield-park, Gosforth, Newcastle-on-Tyne 

882 

Spence, R., 29 Greville-road, St. John's- Wood, N.W. 446, 1289, 1400 
Spenlove-Spenlove, F., 69 Addison-road, W. 91, 229 
Spiers, R. P., 21 Bernard-street, Russell-square, W.C. 941 
Spiller, J. R. (Miss), 2 Lindfield-gardens, Hampstead, N.W. 1 102 
Sprague, E. (Miss), Lindal, South Woodford, Essex 612 
Stacey, W. S., Newstead, New Milton, Hants 912 
Stannard, A. M., Isebank, Wellingborough 893 
Stannard, H., Harpur-place, Bedford 886 
Stannard, H. S., Flitwick, Beds. 885, 926 
Starkey, A. P., Rosenlani, Pemberley-avenue, Bedford 1659 
Stead, F., 170 Swan-arcade, Bradford 6l 
Stephenson, T. H., Mount-cottage, Coniston-lake 928 
Sterry, E. S. (Miss), 14 Friend's-road, Croydon 1169, 1202 
Stevens, A. G., 4 York-terrace, Whitby 998 
Stevenson, F. G., 10 Kohat-road, Wimbledon, S.W. 1386 
Stevenson, J. A., I St. Oswald's Studios, Sedlescombe-road, West 

Brompton, S.W. 1713, 1879 
Stewart, C. E., 16 Grove-end-road, N.W. 457 
Stewart, H. S.' (Miss), 42 Oxford-terrace, Hyde-park, W. 1782, 

1843, 1889 

Stock, H. J., Eastfield, Felpham, Bognor 1024 
Stoddard, F. E. (Miss), 6 Pembroke-walk Studios, Kensington, W. 

1150 

Stoddart, A., The Studio, Long-row, Nottingham 1498 
Stokes, L., 2 Great Smith-street, Westminster, S.W. 1457 
Stokes, M. (Mrs.), c/o Mrs. Westlake, 3 Chelsea-embankment, S.W. 

861, 970 

Stone, A. (Miss), 5 Grafton-street, W. 1208 

Stone, H. M., 37 Barton-street, West Kensington, W. 1327, 1358 
Stones, E. R. (Miss), 276 Camden-road, N.W. 1017 
Stones, G. C., Needham Market, Suffolk 571 



152 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

Stormont, M. (Mrs.), Ypres Studio, Rye 793 

Stott, W. R. S., No. 2 Studio, l^A Cheyne-row, S.W. 431 

Straker, H., 4 Primrose-hill Studios, Fitzroy-road, N.W. 341 

Stratton, F., Amberley, Sussex 282 

Streatfeild, K. (Miss), Wynthorpe, Longton-avenue, Sydenham, S.E. 

342, 1394 

Street, K. (Miss), 53 Highbury-park, N. 977 
Streeton, A., 10 Hill-road, Abbey-road, N.W. 187 
Strellett, E., 58 Burton-street, Upper Woburn-place, W.C. 1237 
Sund, H., 17 Rylett-crescent, Ravenscourt-park, W. 983, 1016 
Sutcliffe, G. L., 17 Pall-mall-east, S.W. 1671 
Sutcliffe, L., 40 Otley-road, Headingley, Leeds 836 
Sutton, B., Market-place-chambers, Reading 1615 
Swain, L. L., 86 Warwick-street, Victoria, S.W. 1398 
Swainson, M. (Miss), 19 Rue Monsieur, Paris 1780 
Swaish, F. G., Field-house, Willsbridge, Bristol 365, 693, 753 
Swan, M. R. (Mrs.), 3 Acacia-road, St. John's- wood, N.W. 622 
Swan wick, H., Wilmington, Polegate, Sussex 880 
Swarbriek, J. and J. (Messrs.), 30 St. Ann-street, Manchester 1410 
Swayne, W. (Miss), Tillington-court, near Hereford 1126, 1194, 1222 
Syddall, J., The Studio, Old Whittington, Chesterfield 547 
Symonds, W. R., Cornwall-lodge, Rowan-road, Brook-green, W. 

407, 747 

Symons, W. C., Stocks, Udimore, Rye 404 
Synge, E. M., Clare-cottage, West Byfleet 1304 
Szvatek, A. D. C. (Mrs.), 15 Blithfield-street, Kensington, W.-^2O9 






THORNYCROFT, H., R.A., 2A Melbury-road, Kensington, W. 

1859, 1860, 1863, J 99 
TUKE, H. S., A., Lyndon-lodge, Hanwell, W. 262, 289, 579, 615, 

689, 739 

Takeuchi, T., IOQA New King's-road, S.W. 633 
Talmage, A., 143 Church-street, Chelsea, S.W. 24, 264, 655 
Tanner, L. (Miss), 29 Pelham-place, South Kensington, S.W. 1131 
Tapper, W., 10 Melina-place, St. John's- wood, N.W. 1463, 1643 



THE EXHIBITORS. 153 

Tarver, E. W., 51 Acacia-road, N.W. 984 

Tarver, H. M. (Miss), The Bungalow, Old Bushey, Herts 1034, I0 9 6 
Taubman, F. M., 14 Provost-road, South Hampstead, N.W. 1685 
Tayler, A. C., 10 Cavendish-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 202, 266 
Taylerson, J. E., 22 Marney-road, Clap ham-common, S.W. 1820 
Taylor, B. V. W. (Mrs.), 74 Park-road, Green-lane, Ilford 1121 
Taylor, L. C., Ewhurst, Surrey 116, 393, 620 
Teasdale, P. M., Studio, City-chambers, Leeds 715 
Tenison, A. H. R., 21 Great Peter-street, Westminster, S.W. 1541 
Tennant, M. C. (Miss), 13 New Bedford-road, Luton 1028 
Theakston, E. G., 36 King-street, E.G. 1639 
Thomas, P., 21 Fitzroy-square, W. 601, 1357 
Thompson, C. H., Compton, near Guildford 414 
Thompson, F., 3 Pimlico, Durham 874 
Thompson, F. L., Polwin, Newlyn, Penzance 440 
Thompson, H. R., 6 Parkhill-road Studios, N.W. 795 
Thomson, A. P., 21 Maxwell-road, Glasgow 1299, 1349 
Thomson, W. H. (Miss), 59 Font-street, S.W. 1053 
Thornhill, P. J., High Garrett, Braintree, Essex 470 
Tod, R., 26 Frederick-street, Edinburgh 1050 
Toft, A., 87 Clifton-hill, N.W. 1690, 1801 

Tollemache, D. (Hon.), 131 Oakwood-court, Kensington, W. 20 
Tomkins, F. (Miss), 3 St. Luke's-terrace, Cheltenham 1119 
Toms, R. G., 50 Tottenham-court-road, W. 1897 
Topham, F. W. W., Coneyhurst, Ewhurst, Surrey 439, 805 
Topham, I. (Miss), 72 Chesterfield-road, Montpelier, Bristol 1284, 1344 
Toplis, W. A., Sark, Channel Islands 374 

Townsend, C. H., 32 Queen's-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 1572 
Townsend, E., 29 Newman-street, W. 331 
Travers, N. (Miss), Cheam, Surrey j8l 

Treadwell and Martin (Messrs.), Charing Cross-house, Charing Cross- 
road, W.C. 1508 

Trent, N. A., Studio, 14 Gunter-grove, Chelsea, S.W. 947, 1765 
Trewby, E. C. (Miss), Langford- lodge, New-park-road, Brixton-hill, 

S.W. 1193 

Troubridge, U. (Mrs.) 107 St. George's-square, S.W. 1729, 1795 
Tucker, A., Trevena, W'indermere 915 
Turnbull, A. W., 24 York-place, Edinburgh 537 
Turner, A., 6 Hurlingham-road, S.W. 1808 
Turner, J. (Mrs. H.), 51 Tavistock-square, W.C. 952 



154 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

Turner, K. (Miss), The Grange, Church-street, Stoke Newington, N. 

992 

Turrell, A. J., 146 Walm-lane, Cricklewood, N.W. 1273, 1314 
Turrell, C., 6 Finchley-road, N.W. 1051 

Tushingham, S., 74 Sedlescombe-road, West Brompton, S.W. 1352 
Tweed, J., 8 The Avenue Studios, 76 Fulham-road, S.W. 1754, 1764, 

1789 

Tyrell, T., Kennington Studios, Prince's-square, S.E. 1862 
Tyrwhitt, T., 3 Pilgrim's-lane, Hampstead, N.W. 1546 



U 

Upton, F. K. (Miss), 2 Smith-square, Westminster, S.W. 172, 707 
Urie, O. G. (Miss), 39 Magdalen-road, St. Leonard's-on-Sea 800 
Urwick, W., 3 Hill-road, Abbey-road, N.W. 34 
Usher, E. F. (Miss), The Homestead, Lansdowne, Worcester 1261 
Utley, J. (Miss), Sefton-house, West Derby, Liverpool 828 



Van Anrooy, A., 7 Studios, Sherift-road, N.W. 814 

Van Beurden, A., Rue de la Pelle, Antwerp 1864 

Van Havermaet, C., 22 West Kensington-gardens, W. 558 

Van Raalte, H. B., 49 Portsdown-road, W. 1406 

Van Ruith, H., 5 St. James's -square, Holland-park, W. 1403 

Vigor, C., 12 Boltons Studios, Redcliffe-road, S.W. 776 

Vining, J. N. R., RolPs-chambers, 89 Chancery -lane, W.C. 1590 



W 

WATERHOUSE, J. W., R.A. y 10 Hall-road, St. John's-wood, 

N.W. 14, 114 
WATERLOW, Sir E. A., R.A., I Maresfield-gardens, Fitzjohn's- 

avenue, N.W. 144, 293, 636, 818 
WEBB, Sir A., C.B., R.A., 19 Queen Anne's-gate, Westminster, 

S.W. 1465, 1470, 1472 
WOODS, H., R.A., Casetta Rocca, 583 San Vio, Venice, Italy 

?7> 7> 82 523, 535 



THE EXHIBITORS. 155 

WYLLIE, W. L., R.A., Tower-house, Tower-street, Portsmouth 

59, 207, 217, 514, 756 
WOOD, F. D., A., 27 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 1728, 1757, 1835, 

1853, 1880 

Waddilove, A. M. (Miss), Dormans, Parkstone, Dorset 1148, 1163 
Wagner, C., Kaisers werth, Rheinland, Germany 234 
Wagstaff, W. W., Studio, 209 Rutland Street, JIampstead-road, N.W. 

1710 

Waite, E. W., Sunnymount, Guildford 8 
Waite, H., Wingate, Westgate-on-Sea 544 
Walcot, W., 7 Boltons Studios, Redcliffe-road, S.W. 1302 
Walford, A. P. (Miss), 9 Belsize-crescent, N.W. 519 
Walker, A. G., 5 Cedar Studios, Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 1727, 

1899, 1903 

Walker, G. G., Melrose, Great Kingshill, High Wycombe 1724, 1736 
Walker, J. D., 13 Parkcliffe-mount, Bradford 935, 966 
Walker, J. H., 65 Victoria-road, Kensington, W. 736 
Walker, L., Studio, I5IA King Henry 's-road, N.W. 999 
Wallace, J., The Walls, Berwick-on-Tweed 532 
Waller, M. L. (Mrs. S. E.), 58 Circus-road, N.W. 62, 734 
Wallis, K. G. (Miss), 2 Adair-house, Oakley-street, Chelsea, S.W. 

1845 

Wallwork, R., City Art School, Mount Street, Liverpool 372, 1345 
Walsh, L. E. (Mrs.), Ferndale, Rydens-road, Walton-on-Thames 1239 
Walton, C. R. (Mrs.), 26 King Edward's-gardens, Acton-hill, W. 991 
Walton, F., Holmbury St. Mary, Dorking 261 
Ward, A., 6 Pembroke Studios, Pembroke-gardens, Kensington, W. 

1376, 1383 ' 

Ward, C. B. (Mrs.), Wentworth, Manresa-road, S.W. 797, 910 
Ward, C. D., Wentworth, Manresa-road, S.W. 315, 520 
Ward, D. P. (Miss), The Crossways, Sundridge-park, Kent 1060, 1107 
Ward, E, Greenheys, Northwood, Middlesex 1647 
Ward, E. A., 12 Aubrey-walk, Campden-hill, W. 170, 383 
Ward, H., 59 Boulevard Berthier, Paris 1919, 1920 
Ward,W. H. and W. G. Cogswell (Messrs.), 28 Theobald's-road,W.C. 

1462 

Wardle, A., 34 Alma-square, N.W. 72, 482 
Warne-Browne, A. J., 4A Upper Baker-street, N.W. 710 
Warren, E., 20 Bedford-square, W.C. 1609 
Waterhouse, P., Staple-inn-buildings, W.C. 1421 



156 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

Waterhouse, V. (Miss), 22 Avonmore-road, West Kensington, W 755 

Waters, D. B., 160 High-street, N.W. 557 

Watherston, E. (Miss), 7 Primrose-hill Studios, Fitzroy-road, N.W. 89 

Watson, C. J., 19 Girdlers-road, Brook-green, W. 1298 

Watson, G. S., 17 Melbury-road, Kensington, W. 169, 200 

Watson, H., 18 Kensington-court-place, W. 313, 764 

Watt, F., 2 Great Stuart-street, Edinburgh 748 

Watts, J. T., 34 Lidderdale-road, Sefton-park, Liverpool 598, 841 

Wear, M. M. (Miss), Dunrobin, Rossmore-avenue, Parkstone, Dorset 

1138 

Webber, H. S., 23 Queen-street, Maidenhead 1619 
Webster, H. A., c/o Chapman Bros., 241 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. 

1305, 1336 

Webster, W. E., 6 Pomona Studios, in New King's-road, S.W. 99 
Wehrschmidt, D. A., 6A Holbein-place, S.W. 599 
Welby, E. (Miss), I4A Finchley-road, N.W. 965 
Welch, H. A., 20 Golder's-green-parade, N.W. 1418 
Welch, H. A. and F. J. W. Hart (Messrs.), 20 Golder's-green-parade, 

N.W. 1428 

Wells, J. S. S., 8 Bedford-park-mansions, Bedford-park, W. 386 
Wells, R. D., 5 Bedford-row, W.C. 1433 
Wells, R. F., II Sloane-street, S.W. 1811, 1837, 1852 
West, J. W., The Vane, North wood, Middlesex 6 
Westbye, J. T., I Princess-road, Primrose-hill, N.W. 1626 
Westrup, E. K. (Miss), Ternhill-manor, New Milton, Hants 582 
Wetherbee, G., 18 Redington-road, Hampstead, N.W. 280, 751 
Wheeler, E. K. (Miss), Kewhurst, Tilehurst, Berks 1887 
Wheelwright, M. (Mrs.), Cleves, Ditchling, Sussex 1231 
Wheelwright, R., 17 Meadow Studios, Bushey, Herts 366, 412 
White, A. C., 93 Clifton-hill, St. John's-wood, N.W. 1833 
White, F. (Miss), 12 Cathcart Studios, 33 Redclifte-road, S.W. 1059 
White, W. H., I4A Cavendish-place, Cavendish-square, W. 1460 
Whitehead, F., 174 Belsize-road, N.W. 436 
Whitie, W. B., 219 St. Vincent-street, Glasgow 1461 
Whitlaw, R. M. (Miss), Amerden, Taplow, Bucks 866, 948 
Whittlemore, W. G., c/o Chapman Bros., 241 King's-road, Chelsea, 

S.W. 855 

Whyatt, G., Ship-hotel, Bosham, Chichester 849 
Whydale, E. H., 8 Lausanne-road, Peckham, S.E. 400 
Wicks, A. (Mrs. S.), Ashley-lodge, Howard-road, Reigate 1134 



THE EXHIBITORS. 157 

Widdas, E. A., I St. Edmund's-terrace, Regent's-park, N.W. 1106 
Wiens, S. M., I Carlyle Studios, 296 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. 1918 
Wilbee, C. M. (Miss), 7 High-street, Harrow-on-the-hill 497 
Wilkinson, C., The Studio, 43 (Blenheim-crescent, Ladbroke-grove, W 

442 

Wilkinson, H., Brockenhurst, Hants 451, 643 
Wilkinson, N., 2 Wychcombe Studios, England's-lane, N.W. 208 
Williams, A. (Miss), Beechwood, Beaconsfield, Bucks 1295 
Williams, A. H., 23 Loughborough-road, Mrixton, S.W. 1351 
Williams, B., 94 Lee-bank-road, Birmingham 899, 906 
Williams, C., 71 Eardley-crescent, S.W. 142, 281 
Williams, L. G. (Miss) 33 Via Margutta, Rome 1809 
Williams, M. (Miss), 2 Imperial-buildings, East Croydon 1103 
Williams, M. L. (Miss), 12 Windsor-road, Barry, S. Wales 494 
Williams, T., 89 Gunterstone-road, West Kensington, W. 302 
Willis, E. M. (Miss), Penshurst, 41 Park-road, Chiswick, W. 1191, 1210 
Willmott, E., I Raymond-buildings, Gray's-inn, W.C. 1621 
Wilson, B. J. (Miss), The Laurels, Woodham-lane, Woking 1164 
Wilson, C. E., The Studio, Milford-heath, near God aiming 779, 

853, 937 

Wilson, E. M., 9 Faraday-road, Acton, W. 1279 

Wilson, H. M., Berwyn, Brampton-road, St. Albans 303, 322, 429 

Wilson, H. R. (Miss), 8 Kelso-place, Kensington, W. 333 

Wilson, S. E., Wynchmore, Harpenden, Herts 1303, 1312 

Wilson, W. G., 5 Bloomsbury-mansions, Hart-street, W.C. 1554 

Wilthew, G., 38 Cheyne-walk, S.W. 461 

Winans, W., Surrenden-park, Pluckley, Kent 1793 

Windley, M. R.,(Miss), 34 St. James-road, Leicester 1783 

Winser, M. (Miss), Ratsberry, Tenterden, Kent 1828 

Winter, T., Avondale, Southpark, Reigate 583 

Wise, C. E. (Miss), 3 Downside-crescent, Haverstock-hill, N.W. 

1251 

Wollen, W. B., 10 Queen-Anne's-gardens, Bedford-park, W. 232 
Wolseley, G., Sandycove, Newlyn, Penzance 108, 610 
Wood, A. J. C., Stock-park, Lakeside, Ulverston, Lanes. 684 
Wood, C. M. (Mrs. R. H. Wright), 2 Harcourt-buildings, Temple, 

E.G. 450, 649 

Wood, E., 78 Cross-street, Manchester 1506 
Wood, E. S. (Miss), Vine-court Studio, Holland-street, Kensington, 

W. 311, 420 



158 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1910 

Wood, H. (Miss), 94 Redcliffe-gardens, S.W. 1784 

Wood, J. B., The Studio, 5 Tavern-street, Ipswich 586 

Wood, L. S., 3 Featherstone-buildings, High Holborn, W.C. 1483 

Woodbury, C. H., c/o H. Van der Weyden, Montreuil-sur-mer, Pas de 

Calais, France 674 

Woodville, R. C., Stella's-cottage, Farnham, Surrey 410 
Woulfe, V. (Miss), Studio, 122 Southampton-row, W.C. 813 
Wratten & Godfrey (Messrs.), n Carteret-street, Queen- Anne's-gate, 

S.W. 1423 

Wright, Edith (Miss), Castlegate, Thirsk 608 
Wright, Ethel (Miss), 3 Cheniston-gardens Studios, Kensington, W. 

683, 1370 

Wright, F. A., 2 The Mall, Parkhill-road, Hampstead, N.W. 1815 
Wright, H. B., 173 Mackenzie-road, Beckenham, Kent 1270, 1381 
Wright, P. J., 40 Risingholme-road, Wealdstone, Middlesex 1380 
Wright, R. H., 2 Harcourt-Buildings, Temple, E.G. 787 
Wrightson, M. (Miss), Neasham-hall, Darlington 1769, 1775 
Wyatt, K. M. (Miss), 39 Welbeck-street, W. 1021 
Wybrants, J. H., 2 Oakleigh-gardens, Whetstone, N. 666 
Wyllie, C. W., SA Elm-tree-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 165, 491 



YEAMES, W. F., R.A., 4 Campbell-road, Hanwell, W. 958 
Yates, F., High wood-house Studio, Upper Marylebone-street, W. 67 
Yeates, A. B., 18 Maddox-street, W. 1425, 1495 
Young, R. R. B. (Miss), 5 Great Western-terrace, Glasgow 1069 



1910] THE EXHIBITORS. 159 



The following Academicians and Associates 
do not exhibit this year. 

BROCK, T., R.A., The Studio, 30 Osnaburgh-street, Regent's-park, 

N.W. 

COWPER, F. C., A., 2 Edwardes-square Studios, Kensington, W. 
CROWE, E., A., Reform-club, Pall-mall, S.W. 
SHAW, R. N., R.A., 6 Ellerdale-road, Hampstead, N.W. 



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