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London. Royal Academy 
of Arts 

The exhibition 

1911 



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5054 

A2 

1911 



Presented to the 
LIBRARY of the 

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

by 



MRS. H.J. CODY 




PRICE ONE SHILLING 



THE 



EXHIBITION 



OF THE 



oyal Academy of Arts 



MDCCCCXI 



The One Hundred and Forty-third 



WM. CLOWES AKB SONS, LIMITED, PRINTERS TO THE KOYAL 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, is. ; Small, bound in cloth, with pencil, i s. 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. %d. for a bound 
copy. 

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



Tke Gibson {Sculpture) Gallery and the Diploma Galleries are open 
daily, from II a.m. to ^ p.m. Admission free. 



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ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS IN LONDON, 1911 



HONORARY MEMBERS 

THE RT. REV. THE HON. E. C. GLYN, LOUD BISHOP OF PETERBOROUGH, Chaplain 

THE VERY KEV. H. D. M. SPENCE-JONES, L>EAN OF GLOUCESTER, Professor of Ancient History 

THE VISCOUNT MORLEY, O.M., 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 ACADEMICIAN 

SHAW, RICHARD NORMAN, ESQ. 

HONORARY FOREIGN ACADEMICIANS 

BONNAT, LEON, J. F. 1 DETAILLE, J. B. EDOUARD I LAURENS, JEAN PAUL 

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

ACADEMICIANS 



ABBEY, EDWIN AUSTIN, ESQ. 

ALMA-TADEMA, SIR LAWRENCE, O.M. 

BELCHER. JOHN, ESQ. 

BROCK, S'IR THOMAS, K.C.B. 

CLAUSES, GEORGE, Esu. 

COPE, ARTHUR STOCKDALE, ESQ. 

DAVIS, HENRY WM. BANKS, ESQ. 

DICK.SSE, FRANK., ESQ. 

FILDES, SIR LUKE 

FORBKS, STANHOPE A., ESQ. 

FRAMPTON, SIR GEORGE JAMES 

Gow, ANDREW C., ESQ. 

GRAHAM, PETER, ESQ. 

HACKER, ARTHUR, ESQ. 

HEMY, CHARLES NAPIER, ESQ. 

HERKOMER, 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. 

MURRAY, DAVID, ESQ. 

OULESS, WALTER WILLIAM, ESQ. 

POYNTER, SIR EDWARD J., BT., President and 

Trustee . 

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

Librarian 



BACON, JOHN HENRY FREDK. 
BLOMFIELD, REGINALD T. 
BRAMLEY, FRANK, R.A. Elect 
BRANGWYN, FRANK, R.A. Elect 
BROWN, JOHN ALF. ARNESBY 
CAMERON, DAVID Y. 
COLTON, WILLIAM ROBERT 
COWPER, FRANK CADOGAN 
DRURY, EDW. ALFRED BRISCOE 
EAST, SIR ALFRED 
FARQUHARSOX, JOSEPH 



ASSOCIATES 
FISHER, MARK 
GEORGE, ERNEST 
HENRY, GEORGE 
LA THANGUE, HENRY HERBERT 
LAVERY, JOHN, A. Elect 
MACKENNAL, BERTRAM 
NEWTON, ERNEST 
NORTH, JOHN WILLIAM 
ORPEN, WILLIAM 
PARSONS, ALFRED, R.A. Elect 
PEGRAM, HENRY ALFRED 



POMEROY, FREDK.. WILLIAM 
SHANNON, CHARLES 
SHORT, FRANK, R.A. Elect 
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. 
Of Sculpture, W. R. COLTON, A. 
Of Architecture, REGINALD T. BLOMFIELD, A 



Teacher of Perspective, GEORGE A. SIOREY, A. 



Of Anatomy, ARTHUR THOMSON, M.A. 
Of Chemistry. SIR ARTHUR HERBERT CHURCH, 
K.C.V.O., F.R.S. 



SECRETARY 
FRED. A. EATON 



Il 

THE 

EXHIBITION 

OF THE 



Royal Academy of Arts 



MDCCCCXI 



The One Hundred and Forty-third 



Rien sans peine " 



LONDON 
WILLIAM CLOWES AND SONS, LIMITED 

PRINTERS TO THE ROYAL ACADEMY 

[Entered at Stationers' Hall] 



CONTENTS. 



Oil Paintings. 

PACK 

GALLERY I. (Nos. 1-57)-. 7 

II. (Nos. 58-115) 10 

III. (Nos. 116-223) 13 

IV. (Nos. 224-287) 20 

V. (Nos. 288-346) 24 

VI. (Nos. 347-404) 27 

,, VII. (Nos. 405-455) 30 

VIII.-(Nos. 456-505) 33 

IX. (Nos. 506-658) 36 

X. (Nos. 659-730) 43 

XI. (Nos. 731-784) 46 



Water Colours. 
WATER COLOUR ROOM- 



Miniatures. 

PAGB 

WATER COLOUR ROOM 
(Nos. 1093-1343) 64 

Etchings, Drawings, and 
Engravings. 

BLACK AND WHITE ROOM 
(Nos. 1344-1482) 76 

Architectural Drawings. 

ARCHITECTURAL ROOM 
(Nos. 1483-1712) 83 

Sculpture. 

CENTRAL HALL (Nos. 

1713-1752) 99 

LECTURE ROOM (Nos. 




GALLERIES VI, VII, IX, XI, 
and the ARCHITECTURAL 
ROOM (Nos. 1964-1975) 115 



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NOTICE TO IARTISTS. 

(1.) TIME FOR, AND MODE OF, BENDING IN WORKS. All Works intended for the Annual 
Exhibition of the Royal Academy MUST BE PUNCTUALLY SENT THERE ON USE uF 
THE DAYS FIXED FOR THEIR RECEPTION. All Works must be delivered ut Lurliug- 
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 -nili 
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 ^specially 
called to this regulation. 

CJ.) 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 "SV crks 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 and 
accuracy, on a Label attached by a string to the top of each frame, and made to hang over in 
tfrout, 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 (durina 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.) NUMUER OF WORKS ALLOWED. No Artist is allowed to send or exhibit more than Three 
different Works. 

(4.) S;ZE OF FRAMES, MARGINS, &c. Each Picture, or Drawing, must be in a separate Frame, 
or, if a series of Drawings from one Sto.y 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 by 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 
bave 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. 
No change in the Price of a Work can be entered in the Price Catalogues after, the Non- Members' 
Varnishing Day until the following Monday, the Opening Day of the Exhibition. Nor can any 
su'weqiient change be entered until the day after notice of it has been received. 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 
every Artist will receive a separate Printed Order for the Delivery of each exhibited Work. 
This order must be properly filled in and signed by the Artist, and presented by the person 
sent to 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- 
P T TION, BUT THE ROYAL ACADEMY WILL NOT HOLD ITSELF ACCOUNTABLE 
IN 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 Artists .") 

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. 1-57). 



1 A BIT OF FISH Adam E. Proctor 

2 THE DEAD HERON /. W. North, A 

3 A PORTRAIT IN BLACK AND WHITE 

Briton Riviere -, R.A. 

4 LAMPLIGHT AND CHINTZ Amy K. Browning 

5 " LEAFLY GOLDEN LEAF CRUMBLES 

THE GORGEOUS YEAR " Ernest Bucknall 

6 HAGAR J. Watson Nico 1 

7 GOLDEN GRAIN Alfred Hartley 

8 THE OUTSKIRTS OF A NORTHERN 

CITY Bertram Priestman 

9 CAPTAIN T. W. GREENFIELD, Irish 

Guards Walter Donne 



8 GALLERY No. I. [1911 

10 THE FOAM OF A GREY SEA Hon. Duff Tollemache 

1 1 THE MARCHIONESS OF LANSDOWNE 

y. J. Shannon, R.A. 

12 THE FOOT-BRIDGE Sir Alfred East, A. 

13 BERNARD JOHN SEYMOUR, 2nd Baron 

Coleridge Giuseppe P. Anzino 

14 THE MYSTERY OF MORN R. Vicat Cole 

15 MRS. GEORGE PINCKARD ... Frank Dicksee, R.A. 

1 6 A VEILED MOON B. Eastlake Leader 

17 GENERAL THERT. HON.SIRNEVILLE 

LYTTELTON, G.C.B., Commanding 

the Forces in Ireland H. Harris- Brown 

1 8 THE LONELY DEEP Charles D. Tracy 

19 THE REV. H. A. JAMES, D.D. 

Presentation portrait George Henry ', A. 

20 LAMORNA VALLEY, Cornwall ... J. Noble Barlow 

21 LIEUT.-COL. G. J. SCOTT, D.S.O. ...Thomas C.Dugdale 

22 THE GOLDEN DUSTMAN George E. Butler 

" In trailing mystery, gathering from wearied day hisi golden sand 

The Dustman comes 

With blinded eyes, the children 'neath his outstretched hand 
Pass the dim entrance into slumber land." 

23 MISSED Charles E. Stewart 

2431 SEA-BIRDS Frank Heath 

25 FATIMA J. W. Waterhouse, R.A. 

26 THE COTTAGE WELL Vera Donnithorne 

THE MUSICIAN Chas. A. Biichet, 



I9i i] GALLERY No. I. 



28 A WET NIGHT AT PICCADILLY 

CIRCUS. Diploma work, deposited 
on the artist's election as an Acade- 
mician Arthur Hacker , R.A. 

29 MOON-RISE, Pas-de-Calais H. Hughes Stanton 

30 MRS. PRESCOTT DECIE Oswald Birley 

31 WAYS OF WOOING Nellie Joshua 

32 THE BLUE KIMONO Cyrus Cuneo 

33 SIR EDWARD J. POYNTER, BT., 

P.R.A J. Seymour Lucas, R.A. 

34 HAY-TIME, Halsall-Moss Herbert Royle 

35 THE COTTAGE BORDER Henry S. Kortright 

36 THE WINDOW Hilda Fearon 

37 SYBIL, daughter of Dr. Bertrand 

Dawson Ralph Peacock 

38 LONDON FROM THE SURREY SIDE W. L. Wyllie^.k. 

39 AN EPISODE OF THE FRENCH 

REVOLUTION, 1793 : Breton 

Royalists on their way to be shot Charles Goldie 

40 THE OLD PIER STEPS ... Stanhope A. Forbes , R.A. 

41 IN SPITE OF WIND AND WEATHER 

C. Napier Hemy, R.A. 

42 EDWIN A. RICKARDS, ESQ F. Waldo Murray 

43 WINTER ON A CORNISH MOOR ... Chas. W. Simpson 

44 SIR EDWARD MAUNDE THOMPSON, 

G.C.B Sir E.J. Poynter, Bt., P.R.A, 

45 THE TAJ MAHAL, AGRA Albert Goodwin 



io GALLERY No. I. [1911 

46 KENNETH MACKAY, ESQ Herbert A. Olivier 

47 Sic TRANSIT GLORIA MUNDI ! R. Caton Woodville 

48 STUMPING THE Cow H. H. La Thangue, A. 

49 MAGGIORE : Silver grey David Murray, R.A. 

50 MRS. ALEXANDER Arthur S. Cope, R.A. 

51 Two STRINGS TO HER Bow ... Arthur Wardle 

52 PEONIES A. F. W. Hayward 

53 ON THE EDGE OF THE BAY ... Mark Fisher, A. 

54 IN FAIR PROVENCE Elizabeth Forbes 

55 MARJORIE, daughter of Chas. F. Pilcher, Esq. 

W. R. Symonds 

56 THE FOREST LOVERS E. Matthew Hale 

57 NIGHT : Tangier John Lavery, A. 



GALLERY No. II. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 58-115). 



58 THE GIRL IN THE RED DRESS W. Frank Calderon 

59 THE BARN AT DEERS FARM George Clausen, R.A. 

60 THE EMBROIDERESS Henry Woods, R.A. 

6 1 INTERIOR : Carmichael, Lanark- 

shire Patrick W, Adam 

62 PROFESSOR W. BOYD DAWKINS ... William Llewellyn 



1911] GALLERY No. II. 11 

63 THE EDGE OF THE WOOD ... Joseph Farquharson, A. 

64 RUNNER DUCKS George Pirie 

65 KEITH, son of Robert L. Moss, Esq. Isaac Cohen 

66 COSTUME BALL OF THE XIX. CENTURY 

Walter E. Webster 

67 AUTUMN ON THE SIMPLON Adrian Stokes, A. 

68 SHOLTO AND ANGUS, sons of Douglas 

Vickers, Esq J. J. Shannon, R.A. 

69 BOLTON CASTLE, Yorks George Graham 

70 AN ENCORE AT A MATINEE ... W. H. Y. Titcomb 

71 SPRING-TIME IN PROVENCE Sir E. A. Waterlow, R.A. 

72 ALMOND BLOSSOMS Mark Fisher, A. 

73 ADMIRAL SIR ADOLPHUS FITZGEORGE, 

K.C.V.O. ... Beatrice Bright 

74 STOCKS Arthur Streeton 

75 A DAY IN THE WOOD Harry Watson 

76 AN ITALIAN GARDEN H. H. La Thangue, A. 

77 SPRING-TIME Mark Senior 

78 MRS. HOWARD FLETCHER Frederic Yates 

79 JAMES MEAD SUTHERLAND, ESQ., 

the S. F. C. Chief. Presentation 

portrait Grenville Manton 

So A ROMANY BOY Alfred J. Mannings 

81 THE VISCOUNTESS VILLIERS ... William Llewellyn 

82 MORTLAKE : Evening James S. Hill 

83 ON THE BEACH: Morning \ArthurMeade 



12 GALLERY No. II. [1911 

84 PRINCES DOCK, HULL : Close of a 

wet day T. F. M. Sheard 

85 THE AMAZON John Lavery, A. 

86 THE LADY DEVONPORT Sir H. von Herkomer, R.A. 

87 A COTTAGER'S GARDEN f.H.P. Tamlin 

88 SILENT WOODS Alfred Oliver 

89 COLONEL SIR CHARLES ALLEN, 

R.F.A., V.D George F. Bird 

90 APRIL S. J. Lamorna Birch 

91 SUNLIGHT IN A FOREST Adrian Stokes, A. 

92 AUTUMN SNOWS A.J. Black 

93 Miss SOPHIE KLEINWORT ... Arthur Hacker, R.A. 

94 A WATERFALL John S. Sargent, R.A. 

95 THE PRINCESS ON THE GLASS 

HILL J. Craws hay Williams 

96 SUNNY WOODLANDS Walter Fowler 

97 "HER THOUGHTS WERE HER 

CHILDREN" Edward Stott, A. 

98 MONGEWELL MILL G. D. Leslie, R.A. 

99 BOWLS Frank M. Bennett 

100 LADY AIRD Sir Luke Fildes, R.A. 

101 THE SHIPYARD Gerald M. Burn 

102 JANUARY Harry W. Adams 

103 JUNE : a study Marcus Stone, R.A. 

104 ACROSS THE SUSSEX WEALD ... Albert Starling 

105 CHARITY F. Spenlove-Spenlove 






GALLERY No. II. 



106 THE MIRROR Fred Leist 

107 A CLOUD PAGEANT Charles H. Thompson 

108 THE READING OF THE PSALMS... Blandford Fletcher 

109 VIEW FROM MY WINDOW: Lynton, 

N. Devon fames Sant^ R.A. 

no A WET DAY PARADISE Ursula Wood 

in THE CHARMER /. W. Waterhouse^ R.A. 

112 OCTOBER IN KENSINGTON GARDENS 

William R. S. Stott 

113 THE SWAN'S POND James Sant> R.A. 

114 THE SHADY GROVE Alfred J. Munnings 

115 THE RT. HON. SIR EDWARD 

CARSON, K.C., M.P. ... Sir P. Burne-Jones, Bt, 



GALLERY No. III. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 116-223). 



116 THE RIDING TOUR Clive M. Dixon 

117 ULYSSES AND THE SIRENS Percy W. Gibbs 

118 A FLEET IN SIGHT ... Stanhope A. Forbes, R.A. 

119 "GLOWED WITH THE TINTS OF 

EVENING'S HOUR" Joseph Parqiiharson^ A. 



14 GALLERY No. III. [1911 

120 THE EMPTY SADDLE : South Africa, 

1900 James P. Beadle 

121 KYLE OF LOCH ALSH, N.B. ... Alex. Lawson 

122 EVENING Winifred Donne 

123 MR. ALDERMAN AND EX-SHERIFF 

JAMES ROLL. Presentation por- 
trait J. Seymour Lucas, R.A. 

124 A LANCASHIRE VALLEY Sir Alfred East ', A. 

125 TEA-TIME AT THE CAMBRIDGE 

"MAY'S" Percy R. Craft 

126 SENTINELS OF THE DEEP THAT 

GUARD BRITANNIA'S REALM 

Arthur J. W. Burgess 

127 MORNING PROMISE Claude F. Barry 

128 THE GAP IN THE HEDGE A. F. Palmer 

129 AILSA AND DOROTHY, daughters 

of P. M. Inglis, Esq. ... Sir Luke Fildes, R.A. 

130 THE CALL OF THE SPRING : 

Stresa, Lago Maggiore ... David Murray ', R.A. 

131 THE CHILDREN Leonard Ravenhill 

132 "THE SOUND OF MANY WATERS " 

Arthur W. Parsons 

133 A MOONLIGHT IDYLL C. E.Johnson 

134 THE EARL OF LONSDALE J. H. F. Bacon^ A. 

135 A WESTERN VALLEY Sir E. A. Waterlow, R.A. 

136 STAG HUNTING, Exmoor : Full cry Harold S. Power 

137 A STIFF BREEZE Hely Smith 



i9n] GALLERY No. III. 15 

138 SILVER AND GOLD Harry W. Adams 

139 A COTTAGE GARDEN Arthur Meadt 

140 A FOREST POOL Briton Riviere^ R.A. 

141 "LISTENING TO MY SWEET PIPINGS" 

/. W. Waterhouse, R.A. 

142 HELEN, daughter of Charles 

Chalmers, Esq Frank Bramley^ A. 

143 MARJORY, daughter of Col. Horace 

W. Gray, V.D M. Ethddreda Gray 

144 LANDSCAPE Lindsay G. Macarthur 

145 THE SKEWBALD PONY Frederic Whiting 

146 SIR WILLIAM OGILVY-DALGLEISH, 

BT Walter W. Ouless, R.A. 

147 A SPANISH LANDSCAPE ... Sir Alfred East^ A. 

148 A WELCOME Herbert Gandy 

149 WEED BURNERS, Lincolnshire ... Lota Bowen 

150 DUNGEON GHYLL, Great Langdale, 

Westmorland James H. Grassland 

151 LADY HINDLIP J.J. Shannon^ R.A. 

152 CORNWALL S. J. Lamorna Birch 

153 WORK AT SUNDOWN Terrick Williams 

154 WAITING TO CROSS THE SOUND, 

lona Thomas Hunt 

155 THE PLOUGHBOY T. Austen Brown 

156 THANATOPSIS Herbert H. Gilchri$t 

157 MRS. DUBOSC TAYLOR Sir E.J. Poynter, Bt., P.R.A. 






16 GALLERY No. III. [1911 

158 David Murray, R.A. 

" The lift grew dark and the wind blew loud, 
And gurly grew the sea." Ballad of Sir Patrick Spens. 

159 BACCHUS AND SILENUS H. A. B^l,dd 

1 60 SURVIVORS OF THE ARMADA ... John Adamson 

161 ON THE RAMPARTS, MONTREUIL- 

SUR-MER William M. Palin 

162 "DEJEUNER" E. Phillips Fox 

163 ADMIRAL OF THE FLEET THE 

LORD FISHER OF KILVERSTONE, 
O.M., G.C.B., G.C.V.O. 

Sir H. von Herkomer, R.A. 

164 Low TIDE ON THE SOUTH COAST 

B. W. Leader, R.A. 

165 HALLOWEEN Moi^at Loudan 

166 THE MILL T. Hodgson Liddell 

167 THE RENAISSANCE OF SPRING J. Franklin Kershaw 

168 THE REV. JOSEPH WOOD, D.D., 

Canon of Rochester ; late Head 

Master of Harrow School Arthiir Hacker, R.A. 

169 HOMEWARDS Peter Graham, R.A 

170 THE LITTLE BLUE MAIDS OF 

BRISTOL W. If. Y. Titcomb 

171 THE SPIRIT OF NIGHT Peter Leslie 

'*.... the darkening air 
Thrills with a sense of the triumphing night ." 

172 THE LORD RAYLEIGH, O.M. 

Sir H. von Herkomer, R.A. 



GALLERY No. III. 



173 
174 



175 
176 

177 
178 



179 
180 
181 
182 

183 
184 

185 
186 

187 
188 
189 



EWHURST HILL, SURREY ... H. W. B. Davis, R.A. 

" GENTLE LOVE, LOOSE NOT THY 
WOUNDING DART, THOU CANST 



Charles Sims, A. 
/. H. Lorimer 



A. J. Black 
John Bowman 



NOT WOUND HER HEART 

A ROOM AT TWILIGHT 

PURPLE MISTED IN THE FADING 
LIGHT 

MOONRISE 

SIR E. J. POYNTER, BT., P.R.A. 
Diploma work, deposited on the 
artist's election as an Academician 

Arthur S. Cope, R.A. 

Miss DOROTHY TURNER ... 
KING CHARLES'S DAY 

HAGAR AND ISHMAEL 

Miss BETTY FREE 

STEALTH : Leopards at dawn 

AUTUMN 

ALEXANDRA FRANZISKA EUPHE- 
MIA NORMAN-NERUDA 

PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST'S 

FATHER G. A. Storey, A. 

GUSTAV REGIS ROSES Adeline Trier 

THE WORSHIPPER Clara W. Parrish 

ON THE NORTH-WEST FRONTIER : 
F.M. the Viscount Kitchener of 
Khartoum, O.M., G.C.B.,etc. ... Hon. John Collier 



Richard Jack 
Arthur Hacker, R.A. 
... Edward Stott, A. 
E stella Canziani 
... Edgar H. Fischer 
. . . George Patricks on 



Mouat Loudan 



i8 GALLERY No. III. [1911 

190 SAHAGUN : Dec. 1808 James P. Beadle 

" Coming on them shortly after dawn, before their 
formation among snow-covered vine-stumps was com- 
pleted, the XVth Hussars, led by Lord Paget, charged 
and rode down two French cavalry regiments, taking 13 
officers and 157 men prisoners." 

191 A MARCH MORNING: Chelsea ...Arnesby Brown, A. 

192 MY LADY FLORA P. A. Hay 

193 THE HAUNT OF THE KINGFISHER Mabel Edwards 

194 OPHELIA ... P. A.J. Dagnan-Bouveret, H.F.A. 

195 PROPPING THE RICK : A stormy day 

George Clausen, R.A. 

196 A WINDOW IN KENSINGTON .... J. Young Hunter 

197 ENID DRIVING THE ROBBERS' 

HORSES ON BEFORE ... Rowland Wheelwright 

198 MYSTIC ROSES Fr ant Dvorak 

199 A YORKSHIRE QUARRY Frank P. Freyburg 

200 THE COUNTESS OF HAREWOOD 

Solomon J. Solomon, R.A. 

201 LOOKING DOWN A WELSH RIVER 

B. W. Leader, R.A. 

202 THE FERRY E. Phillips Fox 

203 ASBESTOS HILLS, Transvaal ... Bertha Everard 

204 IN THE SHADE OF THE WILLOW A. E. Brockbank 

205 CIRCE George Wetherbee 

206 THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTER- 

BURY John S. Sargent, R.A. 

207 FLIGHT. Sketch for a picture in- 

tended for this year's Exhibition 

The late Ernest Crofts, R.A. 



1911] GALLERY No. III. 19 

208 A SUMMER OFFERING... Sir L. Alma-Tadema, R.A. 

209 WHEN FLOWERS RETURN Sir L. Alma-Tadema, R.A. 

210 MRS. GEORGE DAVIES Hon. John Collier 

211 THE BREEZY NORTH Robert Jobling 

212 SUNSET AT MENTONE Adolph Brougier 

213 LOVE AND THE WEST WIND E. Reginald Frampton 

214 SIR EDWARD HOLDEN, Bt., Chair- 

man of the London City and 

Midland Bank Walter W. Otiless, R.A, 

215 "CORN GAFALLT ON THE WYE" 

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

216 ON THE WAY TO THE FESTIVAL Charles W. Wyllie 

" With their tall and tossing figures, and their eyes 
of blue and brown. 5 ' 

217 THE GALE BREAKING Thomas J. Somer scales 

218 "THE HOT TROD": Pursuit of 

border raiders in the XVth 

Century Clive M. Dixon 

219 LOADING HAY C. Haigh-Wood 

220 THE MARCHIONESS OF AILESBURY 

Frank Dicksee, R.A. 

221 LEGEND Charles Sims, A, 

222 A CITY BANQUET : Mr. Justice 

Swinfen Eady replies for the 

visitors Fred Roe 

223 M. PAUL EVVEVA, rector of Uni- 

versity, Brussels ... Sir W. B. Richmond, R.A. 



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GALLERY No. IV. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 224-287). 



224 ONE SUMMER AFTERNOON Clewin Harcourt 

22$ HENRY GRIFFITH, ESQ., D.L. 

Presentation portrait Hugh G. Riviere 

226 THE CRAB-APPLE TREE '. Charles Sims> A. 

" Freshe Crabbes ripe and redd, 
Summer's Gift and Godlihead 
Shine the green leaves among. 
MALKINS ! shake them with a song. 
In a ring, dance and sing 
Fa la la." Martin of Jewkesbury. 

227 LADY BUCHANAN-JARDINE ... ... William Llewellyn 

228 THE LAST LOAD Innes Fripp 

.229 THE PRELUDE Osmund Pittman 

.230 To THE UNKNOWN LAND E. Blair Leighton 

231 THE COTTAGE Hilly Childers 

.232 MRS. GILBERT A. POWNALL ... Gilbert A. Pownall 

233 IN GLEN SANNOX, ARRAN 

The latej. Macwhirter, R.A. 

.234 MRS. SHERWOOD HUNTER Thomas C. Gotch 

2 35 A^ FLORENTINE SERENADE Alberto Pisa 



igi i] GALLERY No. IV. 21 

236 THE CONSTITUTIONAL G. Spencer Watson 

237 THE HEART OF SOMERSET 

Alfred Parsons, R.A. Elect 

238 PORTRAIT OF MY MOTHER Stanhope A. Forbes, R.A. 

239 THE RIVER'S TOIL f. L. Pickering 

240 ARIEL Robert Christi* 

241 BOLTON CASTLE, Yorkshire Sir E. A. Waterlow, R.A. 

242 THE FLOOD TIDE OF SUMMER ... Val Davis 

243 CASSIS FROM THE HILL Mark Fisher, A. 

244 W. H. A. WHARTON, ESQ. ... Arthur S. Cope, R.A. 

245 INTRUDERS W. B. Fortescue 

246 E. T. REED, ESQ T. Blake Wirgman 

247 " THE WORLD OF WATERS is OUR 

HOME" Arthur /. W. Burgess 

248 RIVINGTON WATER Sir Alfred East, A. 

249 COLONEL T. WALTER HARDING, 

D.L Sir H. von Herkomer, R.A. 

250 MUD AND MIST C. G. Holiday 

251 BREAKFAST IN THE HAREM, Cairo F. A. Bridgeman 

252 NEW ZEALAND'S GIFT TO THE 

OLD COUNTRY W. L. Wyllie, R.A. 

253 A MAN IN BLACK William Orpen, A. 

254 " DINNA YE HEAR THE PIPES ? " Godfrey Merry 

255 HARVESTING IN THE CONWAY 

VALLEY Anderson Hague 



22 GALLERY No. IV. [1911 

256 DAWN Frederick G. Swaish 

"And cheerful Chaunticlere with his note shrill, 
Had warned once, that Phcebus' fiery carre 
In haste was climbing up the Easterne hill, 
Full envious that night so long his roome did fill." 

"Faerie Queene" 

257 MRS. MYLES SLEIGH George Henry, A. 

258 AUTUMN SUN Ed. Chappel 

259 CORNISH RIVIERA Alfred Hartley 

260 SPATE ON THE EWE Finlay Mackinnon 

261 CUMA AND THE GULF OF GAETA Edith Corbet 

262 A SHELTERED BAY Mark Fisher, A. 

263 SIR HENRY MORRIS, BT. Walter W. Ouless, R.A. 

264 THE HARBOUR WINDOW. Diploma 

work, deposited on the artists election 

as an Academician ... Stanhope A. Forbes, R.A. 

265 MAUD, daughter of L. Reyersbach, 

Esq /. Dick Peddie 

266 LA Jos Marion Dawson 

267 WHITE ROSES Alice van Heddeghem 

268 FROM MY WINDOW IN THE SMALL 

HOURS George Clausen, R.A. 

269 RAIN IN SUNSHINE James Sant, R.A. 

270 MR*. ARCHIBALD WALKER ... Frank Dicksee, R.A. 

271 GIPSIES C. E.Johnson 

272 THE SPIRITS OF THE STORM CLOUD 

G. Howard Short 



I9i i] GALLERY No. IV. 23 

273 SPRINGTIME E. T. Sutdiffe 

274 VIEW FROM MY WINDOW, Lynton, 

N. Devon James Sant, R.A. 

275 MARJORIE Frank Bramley, A. 

276 EVENING Mark Fisher, A. 

277 PORTRAIT OF AN OLD LADY ... Margery H. Carey 

278 THE MIST ON THE CREEK ... Julian Ashton 

279 WILD FLOWER GROWTH ON A 

RIVER'S BANK M. Lindsay Williams 

280 HENRY CECIL BUCKINGHAM, ESQ., 

Sheriff of London /. H. F. Bacon, A. 

281 GOBLIN MARKET Christina Ros- 

setti Frank Craig 

282 EVE IN EXILE Herbert Schmalz 

283. THE QUARRY Ralph Hedley 

284 His GRACE THE DUKE OF 

GRAFTON, K.G Arthur S. Cope, R.A. 

285 TANGIER BAY : A grey day John Lavery, A. 

286 GEORGIANA, COUNTESS OF GUIL- 

FORD Hugh de T. Glazebrook 

287 POVERTY CLIPPING THE WINGS 

OF CUPID ... Arthur C. Cookt 



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GALLERY No. V. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 288-346). 



288 THE HAT Ruth Hollingsworth 

289 MRS. ANGIOLO ROBSON SELOUS Arthur D. McCormick 

290 IN THE VERANDAH OF THE H6TEL 

DIEU, Montreuil Bethia Clarke 

291 THE MAYORESS OF ST. HELENS Sir Luke Fildes^ R.A. 

292 ABOVE THE SNOW-LINE Cyrus Cuneo 

293 AWAY TO THE SEA Mark Senior 

294 ON THE COAST OF THE ADRIATIC P. Walker 

295 THE LOCK Elizabeth M. Wilde 

296 A SCOTCH HARBOUR Arnold Priestman 

297 P. & O. "MALWA" AT CRONSTADT W. L. Wyllie, R.A. 

298 THE WEDDING DRESS ... Frederick W. Elwell 

299 THE MORNING DRIVE Hilda Fearon 

300 THE CHRISTMAS TREE ... A. Chevallier Tayler 

301 MRS. DIXON Hugh de T. Glazebrook 

302 IN THE ENGADINE B. Eastlake Leader 

303 DIANA PROTECTED BY HER NYMPHS 

WHEN DISTURBED BY ACTAEON 

WHILE BATHING /. L. Gloag 



i9i i] GALLERY No. V. 25 

304 THE DROVE Arnesby Brown^ A. 

305 MRS. CECIL WARD Richard Jack 

306 DAWN Bernard Wallis 

307 MORNING SUNSHINE Harold Harvey 

308 " MORS JANUA VIIVE " Edward T. Compton 

309 THE FOREST ROAD R. Vicat Cole 

310 A PROBLEM IN WHITE ... C. M. Q. Orchardson 

311 THE SHEPHERD'S CARE Albert Woods 

312 "HAIL, HOLY LIGHT! OFFSPRING 

OF HEAV'N FIRST-BORN" /". Watson Nico,, 

313 AUTUMN LEAVES James Henry 

314 MRS. T. A. MELLON AND FAMILY Harrington Mann 

315 A SPRING DAY : DERWENTWATER William L.Turner 

316 ON THE COAST OF SKYE Arnold Priestman 

317 THE VISCOUNTESS INGESTRE AND 

HER DAUGHTER J.J. Shannon^ R.A. 

318 THE PARTY W. Dacres Adams 

319 AMSTERDAM Moffat Lindner 

320 MRS. RUSSELL Edmond Brock 

321 DISCIPLINE : the wreck of the 

" Abercrombie Robinson " in 

Table Bay, 1842 Thomas Hemy 

" The women, children, and sick were first landed 
in the surf-boat, followed by detachments of the 27th 
Regiment and Cape Mounted Rifles, then the 9ist 
Highlanders, of whom there was a reserve battalion. 
Numbering some 477 officers and men, they formed 
themselves into wings, and drew lots as to which 
should leave first ; the last to leave went ashore in full 
marching order" 



26 GALLERY No. V. [1911 

322 THE DAWN George Wetherbee 

323 WANING SUNSHINE : St. Etienne, 

Pas-de-Calais H. W. B. Davis, R.A. 

324 EDMOND G. A. HOLMES, ESQ. 

Presentation portrait Hugh G. Riviere 

325 SUNNY CAPRI Horace van Ruith 

326 DISTANT VIEW OF BOLTON 

CASTLE IN WENSLEYDALE, Yorks Joseph Longhurst 

327 AFTER THE STORM : Northumber- 

land coast John F. Slater 

328 H. HOWARD VYSE, ESQ Oswald Birley 

329 DAUGHTERS OF THE SUN Laura Knight 

330 THE SHRINE A. Wallace Rimington 

331 KIESMUL, Outer Hebrides Mason Htmter 

332 CIRCE Beatrice Offor 

333 " THEY LEFT us A KINGDOM NONE 

CAN TAKE, THE REALM OF THE 

CIRCLING SEA." Henry Newbolt Alma B. Cull 

334 SIR JAMES BARR G. Hall Neale 

335 MOONLIT SHORE. Purchased by 

the President and Council of the 
Royal Academy under the terms 

of the Chantrey Bequest Julius Olsson 

336 JOHN FRANCIS, son of J. Fry, Esq. Isaac Cohen 

337 THE COVE F. L. Thompson 

338 THE LADY WANTAGE Philip A. Ldszlo 

339 A SPATE IN ATHOLL G. Ogilvy Reid 

340 THE KITCHEN'S QUEEN Anna Airy 



I9i i] GALLERY No. V. 27 

341 THE SEVERN WATER, from the 

Cotswolds Charles M. Gere 

342 LLANDINAM VALLEY IN AUTUMN 

M. McN. C. Urquhart 

343 MRS. JOHN MADDEN Frank Dicksee, R.A. 

344 A THAMES BACKWATER : Study of 

a picture painted in competition 
for the first Turner Gold Medal 
retouched 1911 H. W. B. Davis, R.A. 

345 THE PURPLE HAT a study ... Isaac Cohen 

346 VESPERS Philip E. Stretton 



GALLERY No. VI. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 347-404). 



347 A WINTER NOONDAY Owen Bowen 

348 JOSEPHINE, MURIEL, AND DORIS, 

daughters of S. Mason Hutchin- 

son, Esq G. Hall Neale 

349 COMING UP HILL : at Ewhurst, 

Surrey H. IV. B. Davis, R.A. 

350 THE VERY REV. T. C. FRY, D.D., 

Dean of Lincoln. Presentation 
\J portrait Grenville Manton 

351 CINERARIAS /". Ernest Foster 



< 

I 



28 GALLERY No. VI. [1911 

352 LANDING FISH : St. Ives Charles Bryant 

353 MADAME AGNES NICHOLLS ... Harold Speed 

354 AMONG THE POTS Norman Garstin 

355 ANEMONES Gilbert A, Pownall 

356 GEORGE HENSCHEL, ESQ., Mus.Doc. W. Ons low Ford 

357 THE MAIDEN George Clausen, R.A. 

358 "THE BRIEF NOVEMBER DAY"...dward W. Waite 

359 PASSING CLOUDS Arthur G. Bell 

360 THE SMITHY Septimus JS. Scott 

361 HELPMATES John Charlton 

362 A SUNNY DAY : North Wales B. W. Leader, R.A. 

363 THE EARL OF MARCH, D.S.O. Arthur S. Cope, R.A. 

364 AN EVENING IN JUNE George Harcourt 

365 THE PASSING OF WAR Prank O. Salisbury 

" When Truth and Justice triumph, war shall cease." 

366 THE TYNE Thomas Hemy 

367 THE LETTER Thomas C. Dugdale 

368 MY LADY OF THE ROSE G. Spencer Watson 

369 "CooL OF EVENING": Condette, 

Pas-de-Calais H. W. B. Davis, R.A. 

370 A BRACING BREEZE TO A GALE 

IT BLEW f. Milner 

371 PEVENSEY CASTLE John Cooke 

372 THE VISCOUNTESS HALIFAX ... William Logsdail 

373 A BRITTANY ANTIQUE SHOP ... Ernest Procter 



GALLERY No. VI. 



29 



374 THE RIVALS Ruth Hollingsworth 

375 BANQUET DES ^LEVES DE JEAN 

PAUL LAUREN s Arthur /. Lyons 

376 MATINEE AFTERNOON : Piccadilly 

Circus Arthur Hacker, R.A. 

377 THE ARTIST'S WIFE G. P. Jacomb Hood 

378 THE MARBLE ARCH Arnesby Brown, A. 

379 THE TROUBADOUR W. G. Robb 

380 DUTCH PEASANT WOMEN GATHER- 

ING POTATOES 

381 BEATRICE, daughter of Victor 

Sorchan, Esq 

382 THE LUTE PLAYER 

383 CHANT D' AMOUR 

384 THE FISHER-GIRL 

385 THE ANGEL OF THE BIRDS 

386 THE RED MAIDS OF BRISTOL ... 

387 DEVANT LE FEU 

388 A. G. TEMPLE, ESQ /. H. F. Bacon, A. 

389 IN THE HEART OF THE ALPS ... Adrian Stokes, A. 

390 H.R.H. THE DUCHESS OF ALBANY, 

President of the Jubilee Com- 
mittee, National Hospital for 
the Paralysed and Epileptic ... Sydney Hah 

391 PORTRAIT OF A LADY Herbert A. Budd 

392 IN THE STUDIO : A portrait ... John Pratt 



Harry Becker 

John da Costa 

W. G. Robb 

Constance Rea 

John R. Reid 

Frant Dvorak 

W. H. Y. Titcomb 

Charles Michet 



30 GALLERY No. VI. [1911 

.393 THE LORD STANMORE Frank O. Salisbury 

394 KATRINE AND GRISELDA, daughters 

of F. Gordon Brown, Esq. ...Z. Campbell Taylor 

395 LAMPLIGHT E. Phillips Fox 

396 SHAP FELLS, Westmorland ... ... Oliver Hall 

397 BLUE AND GOLD Albert H. Collings 

398 THE GUARDIAN ANGEL Frant Dvordk 

399 A SQUALLY DAY: Volendam, 

Holland A. St. John MacCall 

400 ST. CECILIA Grenville Manton 

401 C. R. B. McGiLCHRiST, ESQ. ... Frank T. Copnall 

402 ON THE BARROW DOWNS, Dorset J. Aumonier 

403 WILLIAM AND RALPH, sons of the 

Earl Bathurst Ralph Peacock 

404 DUNSTANBOROUGH /. Alphonso Toft 



GALLERY No. VII. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 4O5-455). 



405 THE SCAR Sydney Lee 

406 THE ABB PICHOT Frank Craig 

407 A CLOUDY DAY : Coast of Holland Terrick Williams 



GALLERY No. VII. 



408 REVOLUTION 



Fred Roe 



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410 
411 
412 



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416 

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418 
419 

420 
421 
422 

423 
424 

425 
426 



" Horrible the hour when man's soul in its paroxysm 
spurns asunder the barriers and rules ; and shews what dens 
and depths are in it."Carlyle. 

THE WET PASSAGE 



Norman Garstin 
Arthur F. Musgrave 
Harry E.J. Browne 

Hay ley Lever 



THE DUCK POND 

TRYING A POSE 

SNOW IN THE HARBOUR 

"AND HE CAME AND FOUND THEM 
ASLEEP AGAIN : FOR THEIR EYES 
WERE HEAVY." S. Matthew, xxvi. 
43 W. Hatherell 

A THAMES-SIDE HAVEN L. Biirleigh Bruhl 



T. C. Gotch 

Ernest Parton 

John Longstaff 

Richard Jack 



A NIGHT IN JUNE 

WHEN THE LEAVES FALL 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY 

THE REHEARSAL 

Miss COTTON-BROWNE AND HER 
HARRIERS 

THE SHADED POOL ... 

THE COUNTESS OF ANNESLEY ... 

THE CHALK PIT Algernon Talmage 

CRUMPLEHORN MILL Frank Heath 

OFF THE MOROCCO COAST ... E. A^^,brey Hunt 

THE SHEPHERD Joseph Farqiiharson, A. 

THE OBSEQUIOUS PERSIAN ... Charles D. Ward 



John Charlton 
Ernest Parton 
Oswald Birley 



32 GALLERY No. VII. [1911 

427 H.M. KING EDWARD VII. KNIGHTING 

ALDERMAN EDWARD B. JAMES, Lord 
Mayor, at the Council House, Bristol, 
1908 Fritz von Kamptz 

428 C. HARRISON TOWNSEND, ESQ., 

F.R.I.B.A George Clausen, R.A. 

429 SANCTUARY OF OUR LADY OF HEALING, 

Courmayeur ... The late J. MacWhirter, R.A. 

430 NEAR URBINO, Umbria Sir W. B. Richmond, R.A. 

431 THE CHILDREN OF MAJOR STIRLING 

OF FAIRBURN Ralph Peacock 

432 MADAME ROBERT DE BILLY ... John Lavery, A. 

433 AN UNPAID RECKONING Frank M. Bennett 

434 KATHLEEN, CICELY, AND JOAN, 

daughters of W. F. Lowndes, Esq. George F. Bird 

435 A TRAGEDY John R. K. Duff 

436 CHEPSTOW CASTLE Niels M. Lund 

437 BY THE LAKE George Henry, A. 

438 MAJOR J. STIRLING Arthur S. Cope, R.A. 

439 TH E SUMMIT E. W. Christmas 

440 WHITHER? T. E. Mostyn 

441 GLEAMING WATERS Henry 5. Tuke, A. 

442 MRS. CHARLES COSTEKER Frank T. Copnall 

443 THE PEACEFUL VILLAGE Yeend King 

444 PORTALAGRE, Portugal Fred Milne? 

445 MACKEREL IN THE BAY : Durdle 

door David Murray, R.A , 



I9i i] GALLERY No. VII. 33 

THE BLACK SCARF George Henry, A. 

HALF TIDE ON THE BAR W. J. Laidl&y 

Miss BAYNTON Tom Robert* 

THE REV. FORBES PHILLIPS, Vicar 

ofGorleston Tobias Lewis 

SUNLIGHT AND SHADOW ... Arthur F. Musgrave 

THE OLD FISH QUAY, Whitby ... P. M. Teasdale 

CHARLES II. PRESENTING BAR- 
BARA PALMER TO THE QUEEN, 
Catherine of Braganza, Hamp- 
ton Court, 1662 Edgar Bundy 

53 MALHAM COVE, Yorkshire Arthur Streeton 

54 PORTRAIT OF A LADY John M. Aikm 

55 PLEASURE AND TOIL George Ponlm 



GALLERY No. VIII. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 456-505). 



56 THE CELESTIAL GLOBE ... William Strong, A. 

57 GRANGE BY DERWENTWATER R. Gwelo GoodmaM 

58 THE ATTIC STAIRS Ursula Wo*& 

59 THE DRYAD Arthur Wardle 

60 WATER BUCK, East Equatorial 

Africa Sir Harry Johnston 



34 GALLERY No. VIII. [1911 

461 A YOUNG GIPSY /. Hodgson Lobley 

462 W. VAUX GRAHAM, ESQ Walter C. Horsley 

463 THE LADY AND THE LANDSCAPE : 

Study in blue and gold Algernon Talmage 

464 THE BOYHOOD OF HAMLET Andrew W. Turnbull 

" He hath borne me on his back a thousand times." 

465 EVENING ON THE BERKSHIRE DOWNS Fred Hall 

466 FAGGOTING Frank Walton 

467 WESTWARD AS THE SUN WENT DOWN Fred Milner 

468 AN AUTUMN MORNING Ernest A. Cooke 

469 MRS. CONYERS-SURTEES Herbert A. Olivier 

470 FORT ST. ANDR, Villeneuve-les- 

Avignon, France H. Hughes- Stanton 

471 "GoD SAVE THE KING " : The 

Proclamation of H.M. George V. 

at Dublin Castle H. Harris-Brown 

47 2 A VISIT TO THE BASKET-MAKER'S Monica Maclvor 

473 MRS. GEORGE ALEXANDER Harold Speed 

474 TOIL John Charlton 

475 CHELSEA SNOWS Ethel Walker 

476 THE Two CASTLES Joseph Longhurst 

477 THE DEVIL'S PLAYTHINGS Joseph R. Skelton 

478 TWILIGHT AT DORDRECHT EtM Kirkpatrick 

479 THE VOICE OF THE GOD ... Reginald G.Jennings 

480 OLD CORNWALL Lionel Birch 

" Once a Temple of the Gods but now 
Thy precincts furrowed by the fateful plough." 



I9ii] GALLERY No. VIII. 35 

481 BLUE MISTS, Andalusia ... F. Sfenlove-Spenlove 

482 ARMAGEDDON John S. Sargent^ R.A. 

483 DIANA IN PURSUIT OF ACTAEON 

Sir W. J3. Richmond, R.A. 

484 A QUAKER'S FUNERAL Walter Donne 

485 EVE Hon. John Collier 

486 A LAST HOPE Edmund G. Fuller 

487 WAITING Clara J. Kretzinger 

488 DUST Ernest Procter 

489 MRS. HARRY BULL Maud Hall Neale 

490 THREE SCORE AND TEN : " Many 

happy returns of the day " ... Flora M. Reid 

491 JANUARY A.J. Carter Wood 

492 VANITY FAIR /. Young Hunter 

493 GATHERING STORM : Lago Maggiore 

David Mtirray^ R.A. 

494 COL. SIR G. MALCOLM Fox ... John H. Lander 

495 SUNSHINE AND SHADOW : Fowey, 

Cornwall John R. Reid 

496 THE GRAVEL QUARRY Arthiir G. Bell 

497 THE YELLOW DRESS Dorothy Girling 

498 MRS. ENTHOVEN Ethel Wright 

499 AN ENGLISH HOMESTEAD fames Henry 

500 THE REHEARSAL Arthur E. Yokes 

501 " FA-INTLY THE WINDS ARE SIGHING, 

SUMMER'S GONE" Joseph Farquharson, A. 

B 2 



36 GALLERY No. VIII. (1911 

502 "!F 'I WERE A BOY AGAIN" ... Ernest S. Carbs 

503 A SANDSTONE QUARRY NEAR FITTLE- 

WORTH E. Barnard Lintott 

504 PORTRAITS IN PROFILE ... Haworthe Chadburn 

505 GOAT FELL, Arran W. L. Wyllie, R.A. 



GALLERY No. IX. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 506-658). 



506 UNDER THE SILVER MOON ... J. W. Schofield 

507 ARIEL William A. Breakspeare 

508 THE MIRROR Percy Sturdee 

509 THE VINE COTTAGE Maude C. Palmer 

510 THE VALLEY OF THE ARUN, 

Sussex Geoffrey A. Baker 

511 A CANDIDATE FOR NEWNHAM ... E. Horwitz 

512 THE JAPANESE UMBRELLA William Robson 

513 A HIGHLAND EVENING ... Anna Alma-Tadema 

514 PEVENSEY CASTLE Montagu Smythe 

515 A CAFE" IN VENICE Arthur H. Jenkins 

516 VANQUISHED William Woodhouse 

517 LINCOLN FROM THE RIVER ... Sidney Gardner 

518 ON THE COAST OF FRANCE ... Vignoles Fisher 



GALLERY No. IX. 



37 



CLOSE OF DAY ... Harold Swanwick 

THE MILL BRIDGE, Avila, Spain Hans Trier 

THE BEACH, North Cornwall William A. Wildman 
MY LADY OF THE EMBROIDERY H. Thomas Schdfer 

SHIRLEY POPPIES Adeline Trier 

ORPHEUS WANDERING... Sir W. B. Richmond, R.A. 

SPRING SUNSHINE A. F. Musgrave 

EARLY MORNING, Florence ... John Titcomb 

RUE DE LA PAROISSE, Versailles Mary F. Raphael 

A GOOD DRYING DAY Albert Gilbert 

"COME IN!" Edmund L. Van Someren 

A PLYMOUTH HOOKER. Diploma 

work) deposited on the artist's 

election as an Academician ... C. Napier Hemy, R.A. 

THE SILVER GORGE Arthur Kynaston 

BRENTFORD BRIDGE J. Littlejohns 

THE FOUNTAIN Catherine A. Haw don 

THE HAYSTACK Charles O'Neill 

AN OLD DOORWAY, Portofino ... Hilda M. Hudson 
EVENING PLOUGHING : Urbino 

Sir W. B. Richmond, R.A. 



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539 
540 



MRS. FIELD AND FAMILY . 
A FROSTY NIGHT : Winter 
APPROACHING STORM ... 
ST. GERVAIS, Paris 
IL PONTE VECCHIO 



C. Gordon Hayward 

Albert Woods 

Rose A. Syers 

George Graham 

C.J. Praetorius 



GALLERY No. IX. 



[1911 



542 

543 
544 
545 
546 

547 
548 

549 
550 



THE SUN'S RAYS : Inner Temple 

Hall Homerville Hague 

AFTER THE STORM William P. Dickson 

BROWN AND SILVER George Patrickson 

THE LOGGIA John S. Sargent, R.A. 



F. Z. Thompson 

Adam E. Proctor 

Elizabeth Forbes 

Edwin Tindall 

Alfred Hart 



THE MANGOLD HEAP 

BLOSSOM-TIME 

A WAYSIDE CHAPEL 

THORPE ARCH MILL 

ST. MARTHA'S CHAPEL, Surrey 

EARLY MORNING IN SEPTEMBER George Claiisen^ R.A. 

A TENNIS PARTY Robert W. Stewart 

553IQTHUNDER IN THE*AIR Max Cowper 

554 THE LATEST NEWS Flora M. Reid 

MILKING-TIME Harold Harvey 

ZINNIAS H. D'Arcy Hart 

WOOLWICH QUARTERS Edith M. Lipscomb 

LA CRUE Leslie Hervey 

THE GREEN SETTLE ... Stanhope A. Forbes^ R.A. 

" THE RUDE FOREFATHERS OF THE 

HAMLET SLEEP" H. S. Adkins 

561 THE BREAD WINNER Helene Franck 

562 CARNATIONS H. D'Arcy Hart 

563 A RELIC OF WESTMINSTER Alice Z. Strangman 

564 EVENING ... Walter F. Burrows 



552 



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556 

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558 
559 

560 



191 1] GALLERY No. IX. 39 

565 THE FARMYARD, Lincoln E. W. Christmas 

566 MY MODEL Eugenie Martin 

567 A CABBAGE PATCH G. Rosenberg 

568 WAITING Balfour Ker 

569 MICHAELMAS DAISIES Alfred Sutton 

570 SPRONSER TAL, South Tyrol ... Elsa Dalglish 

571 SUMMER Edgar L. Pattison 

572 THE PARDON Alfred Cooper 

573 " THE YEAR'S AT THE SPRING" Elizabeth F. Maynard 

574 EVENING GLOW George Rushton 

575 ST. I VES HARBOUR Hay ley Lever 

576 HOMEWARDS W. G. Robb 

577 THE GARDEN THAT HE LOVES Andrew C. Gow, R.A. 

578 A LONDON GARDEN Edith Corbet 

579 MRS. L. D. BROOKE L. Leslie Brooke 

580 BY THE WOODLAND POND Robert Meyer heim 

581 A BATTERY OF THE ROYAL HORSE 

ARTILLERY GALLOPING TO A 

FRESH POSITION Harry Payne 

582 NEAR CHAMFRY G obeli Smith 

583 VIEW IN THE RHONE VALLEY B. Eastlake Leader 

584 THE QUARRY Alfred Hart 

585 BARGES COMING DOWN FROM 

ROTTERDAM Ethel Kirkpatrick 

586 FREESIAS A. F. W. Hayward 



40 GALLERY No. IX. [1911 

587 A LIGURIAN BAY H. H. La Thangue, A. 

588 ON THE COTSWOLDS, Ilmington Jacob Brooks 

589 LYMPNE CASTLE ... Cecilia Carpmael 

590 THE SHADOW Leslie Hervey 

591 SEA-PINKS Philip T. Gilchrist 

592 NARCISSUS AND VIOLETS Cathelin Ludovici 

593 LITTLE PITCHERS Madeline C. Fawkes 

594 A PENSIONER Nanette Wynne 

595 "I RECKON BUT THE GOLDEN 

HOURS " Marie Seymour Lucas 

596 SOUK DE SELLIERS, Tunis Percy Day 

597 THE HARBOUR: Sunset Frank Kelsey 

598 THE WHITE PORCH Christopher W. Strange 

599 THE ROSES' DAY E. Blair Leighton 

600 THE GLEN A. E. Brockbank 

601 STILL LIFE Lilian E. A. Harris 

602 A BRIDGE IN KASHMIR Maria H. Webb 

603 MID-WINTER: Hampstead-road ... Mario J. Rulin 

604 A MORNING CALL Arthur Hughes 

605 PEONIES Ethel Martin 

606 LAUNDRY GIRLS, Venice ... Henry Woods, R.A. 

607 FEBRUARY Charles Midrhead 

608 STILL LIFE Lillian E. A. Harris 

609 SHEEP-SHEARING Margaret Posthiima 

6 10 DOLLAR GLEN, N.B Alexander Young 



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6n Two HIGHLAND LASSIES JM. I. Redmayne 

612 LOST Arthur H. Buckland 

613 A GOLDEN DREAM J. Walter West 

614 A NORMAN VALLEY John F. Pettinger 

615 RAGWORT Grace E. Sainsbury 

616 SUNLIGHT AND SHADOW Max Cowper 

617 THE WHITE BRIDGE Paul Paul 

618 MALAY BEAR CUB ROBBING THE 

WILD BEES ... Mary A. Swan 

619 PLOUGHING Albert E. Bottomley 

620 MOONRISE John Pedder 

621 SAINT CECILIA Arthur Hughes 

622 FROM THE GREENHOUSE Jessica Hay liar 

623 THE ESTUARY A. Fuller Maitland 

624 THE COTTAGE WINDOW Garnet Wolseley 

625 MIDDAY REST ... Hilda Kidman 

626 THE SHELL Henry S. Tuke, A. 

627 THE CONVALESCENT T. Martine Ronalds on 

628 PULBOROUGH UPPER STREET ... /. Henry Inskip 

629 SUSSEX COTTAGES A. Winter Shaw 

630 A MARCH MORNING Anne L. Falkner 

631 THE OPEN WINDOW Annie M. Pater son 

632 A NORMANDY ORCHARD Isabel Watkin 

633 DURING THE BALLET, Alhambra Arthur Hacker, R.A. 

634 THE RIVER WEY, near Guildford Abbey AUson 



42 GALLERY No. IX. [1911 

635 WOODLAND BLOSSOMS Benjamin Haughton 

636 COTTAGE INTERIOR, Notts Walter Farmer 

637 THE FARM STABLE Anne L. Falkner 

638 " THE HAVEN UNDER THE HILL " Muriel G. Dyer 

639 SHEEPFOLD : Winter ... Claude Hayes 

640 S. FRANCIS' MONASTERY, near 

Assisi Sir W. B. Richmond, R.A. 

641 THE RAMPARTS, Diest Carr Armstrong 

642 AN AUTUMN DAY : Lincolnshire James Wallace 

643 THE STUDIO CUPBOARD Edgar Seligman 

644 SIDE CANAL, Venice '. Horace van Ruith 

645 COMMON LAND Frederick Cullen 

646 BARGAINING Hely Smith 

647 THE GREY DRAWING-ROOM ... John Lavery, A. 

648 FONTAINE DE L'OBSERVATOIRE, 

Paris Eleanor S. Temple 

649 VOLENDAM Alfred G. Webster 

650 THE REPLY Maude C. Palmer 

651 AT SET OF SUN David Murray, R.A. 

652 NIPHETAS ROSES Jessie Algie 

653 THE HOUSE OPPOSITE ... Thomas C. Dugdale 

654 CHELSEA EMBANKMENT ... ... William E. Fox 

655 THE JAPANESE FAN Sir James D. Linton 

656 THE BLIND BEGGAR Janet Fisher 

657 A COVERED STREET, Tunis Percy Day 

658 "ICHABOD" ... Walter S. George 



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GALLERY No. X. 



OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 659-730). 



659 THE BORROWDALE VALLEY R. Gwelo Goodman 

660 ADMIRAL SIR FREDERICK BED- 

FORD, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., late 

Governor of Western Australia Sydney Hall 

66 1 THE MOTH AND THE CANDLE F. Howard Michael 

662 CHEYNE WALK, CHELSEA ... William E. Fox 

663 INTERIOR OF AN OLD SURREY 

FARMHOUSE Cecil Wilson 

664 THE POND Charles W. Simpson 

665 FREDERICK M. FRY, ESQ. Alexander Macdonald 

666 ON THE DYKE, VOLENDAM Gertrude M. Curtis 

667 MRS. CECIL MATTHEWS Herbert Draper 

668 BLACKBERRY TIME Arthur Friedens on 

669 THE MILL-RACE Fred Hall 

670 THE SONNET Harold Knight 

671 TRAPPED Cyrus Cuneo 

672 How THE BATTLE WAS LOST ... G. Ogifoy Reid 

673 AN OLD BOATHOUSE George Ransom 

674 PORTRAIT Daniel A. Wehrschmidt 



44 GALLERY No. X. [1911 

675 "OUR DAILY BREAD" Edgar Downs 

676 MAJOR-GENERAL SIR STANLEY DE 

A. C. CLARKE, G.C.V.O., C.M.G. Gerald F. Kelly 

677 A BERKSHIRE STREAM Osmund Pittman 

678 REVEILLE Ernest H. Shepard 

679 ROSE Maud Bigwood 

680 AUGUSTUS DE WETTE, ESQ., D.L. Percy Bigland 

681 THE CRITIC ... T. E. Mostyn 

682 A MAN OF LETTERS T. B. Kennington 

683 THE WELL Mark Fisher, A. 

684 AN OLD SONG William A. Menzies 

685 A TIGER SHOOT WITH H.H. THE 

MAHARAJAH OF COOCH BEHAR Edgar H. Fischer 

686 ALDERMAN W. H. WILLIAMS, Lord 

Mayor of Liverpool, 190910. 

Presentation portrait Robert E. Morrison 

687 ON THE SEA-SHORE St. John Cadell 

688 BACK TO WORK Richard H. Brock 

689 THE SAND CLIFF Arthur Friedenson 

690 THE FORD Alfred J. Munnings 

691 ENGLISH WOODS J. L. Pickering 

692 HERRING-BOATS ! 7. Tadama-Groeneveld 

693 COUNCILLOR C. A. HAYES, Lord 

Mayor of Bristol, 1909-11 ... Fritz von Kamptz 

694 A QUIET HEARTH Richard G. Crawford 

695 SIR LAWRENCE ALMA-TADEMA, 

R.A., O.M W. Onslow Ford 



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4$ 



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718 



AWAITING HER RETURN ... 

LESBIA 

ANTHONY G. LYSTER, ESQ.... 

AFTER THE STORM 

THE DUSTY PAST 

LIVING-ROOM PICTURE.. 



Edith D. Hayes 

C. E. Pervgisd 

G.HallNealc 

Frank Heatk 

Catherine M. Wo*l 

Val Havers 



IN THE STUDIO L. Campbell Taylor 



Francis Barrau 

... Fred Whitehsal 

... E. Matthew Hole 

...A. Henry Fullwotd 

.<. G. A. Storey, A. 

Val Havers 

Jose Weiss 

Frank T. Carter 



THE ALTAR-PIECE 

NETTING THE RIVER 

DANGEROUS WATERS ... 
THE WAY TO THE RIVER . 
MACKENZIE FAIRFAX, ESQ. 
LIVING-ROOM PICTURE 
SUNNY SEPTEMBER ... . 

BORDERLAND 

MRS. PENDARVES Catherine Ouless 

DUCKLINGS Edith F. Grey 

" ITE, MISSA EST " : Downside 

Abbey W. Christian Symoiu 

A BRETON INTERIOR May de Hamel 

PEACOCK COURT G. Rosenberg 

THE GLOW BETWEEN THE RICKS W. Evans Lw&m 

GEORGE MARSHAM, ESQ. Pre- 
sentation portrait Hiigh de T. Glazebrook 

Now 'TIS THE SPRING James Henry 



46 GALLERY No. X. [1911 

719 "MRS. CRICHTON STUART J. Hanson Walker 

720 THE SPANISH PRINCESS AND THE 

PARROT Charles W. Pittard 

721 "' FIVE O'CLOCK Nora L. M. Cundell 

722 THE RIDERS Lucy Kemp- Welch 

" What if we still ride on we two, 
With life for ever old yet new." Browning* 

723 THE GLORIOUS FIRST OF JUNE 

Study for Decoration, Royal 

Naval Barracks, Portsmouth ... Harold Wyllie 

724 THE EDGE OF THE BOG Edgar Downs 

725 THE BRIDGE AT BRANDON ... /. Henry Inskip 

726 MRS. COMPTON ROBERTS ' Hugh G. Riviere 

727?*THE COMING OF AUTUMN... Reginald G. Brundrit 
7 28 ;"!' STELLA, daughter of Bedford Joy, 

u . Esq Edith M. Leeson 

729"^ IN THE SILVER MORNING SEA... Samuel Reid 

73 L_THE CANAL BRIDGE E. Leslie Badham 



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OIL PAINTINGS (Nos. 731-784). 



731 CATTLE MUSTERING IN NEW ZEALAND Flora Scales 

732 MRS. E. J. CHIPPINDALE Henry Daniel 

733 "THE SEA-BLUE BIRD OF MARCH" 

Tennyson Edward W. Waite 



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734 Miss GLADYS STOREY G. A. Storey, A. 

735 SNOWDON, from Capel Curig Lake Alfred Oliver 

736 THE MASK George W. Lambert 

737 RUINS OF THE PALACE OF SEPTIMIUS 

SEVERUS, Rome ... Marianne H. W. Robilliard 

738 "HUNTERS THREE" Gwenytth Hemy 

739 THE ROSE GARDEN M. Arnesby Brown 

740 Miss EDITH BANCROFT ... William R. Symonds 

741 "WAITING" Lionel Birch 

742 GRACE, daughter of the Rev. W. A. 

Shilcock Henry J. Haley 

743 YACHT RACING IN THE SOLENT Alice Fanner 

744 THE IOTH HUSSARS AT BENEVENTE, 

Dec. 29th, 1808 (retreat on 

Comnna) William B. Wollen 

745 MRS. WISEMAN. Presentation por- 

trait Arthur T. Nowell 

746 A SPRING-TIME RONDELAY ... E. A. Hornel 

747 LITTLE PETER AND THE CHELSEA 

PENSIONERS ... Horace van Ruith 

748 LEOPARDS FIGHTING Arthur War die 

749 W. J. PEAKE MASON, ESQ., J.P. 

Presentation portrait Arthur T. No well 

750 "THE HAVEN UNDER THE HILL" John R. Reid 

751 Miss MONRO H. Macbeth-Raeburn 



4$ GALLERY No. XI. [1911 

752 THE COMING STORM Arthur Burchett 

753 PHYLLIS, wife of Geoffrey Whitworth, 

Esq Keith Henderson 

754 INTERIOR S. Melton Fisher \ 

755 VICTORY : the close of the Battle 

of Friedland, Poland, 1807 ... H. St. P. Bunbury 

"The Emperor Napoleon, followed by Marshals 
Lannes and Murat, with the staff, are entering the village 
of Friedland, after the capture of the Russian position by 
Marshal Ney." 

756 DIANA Maurice Greiffenhagen 

757 THE HUNTER ./. Charles D oilman 

758 BIRDS OF PREY C. M. Padday 

759 THE WOMAN, THE MAN, AND THE 

SERPENT Byam Shaw 

760 SOMETHING INTERESTING ... Charles van Havermaet 

761 "MASTER, WE PERISH" John R. Wilmer 

762 MATERNITY Walter Langley 

763 MORNING AT THE MILL Yeend King 

764 GEORGE H. ROBERTSON, ESQ. 

Presentation 'portrait Robert E. Morrison 

765 THE CAPTAIN'S LAST LANDING Bernard F. Gribble 

766 HELPMATES BY THE SEA Robert W. Allan 

767-_THE VISCOUNT HARDINGE .../. H. F. Bacon, A. 

768 AT THE FOOT F THE STAIRS ... Florence Small 

769 BY THE WINDOW Arthur Garratt 



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770 LILAC AND GOLD George Harcourt 

771 CLAUDE E. S. BISHOP, ESQ. ... William Orpen, A, 

772 THE SHOWER OF GOLD Edward F. Wells 

773 HELPMATES IN DISTRESS Bernard F. Gribble 

774 THE CHANNEL W. Ay erst Ingram 

775 LA CAPPA ITALIANA : a portrait Sigismund Goetze 

776 THE RT. HON. SIR SAMUEL EVANS, 

President of the Admiralty, Probate, 

and Divorce Courts Christopher Williams 

777 MOTHER AND SON W. Lee Hankey 

778 Miss VON HOLTHOER Ch. de Bille 

779 A MORNING IN MARCH F. Z. Thompson 

780 "AN ENSIGN FOR THE NATIONS" 

Isaiah, xi. 12 Frank S. Eastman 

781 _- DREAMLAND . ... Frederick Beaiimont 

"Touched by a light that hath no name, 
A glory never sung." Whittier. 

782 IL PONTE VECCHIO: Late evening John C. Moody 

783 MRS. A. ROLPH POPE Catherine Ouless 

784 "WHEN THE BLUE EVENING SLOWLY 

FALLS" Frank Bramiey^ A. 



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WATER COLOURS (Nos. 785-1092). 

785 PONTE DEL CANONICA, Venice ... Emily M. Paterson 

786 THE EARTH STOPPER G. Vernon Stokes 

787 Miss JOAN MARION SHAW MELLOR 

H. Christabelle Deanes 

788 ARTHUR PILLEAU, ESQ Estella Canziani 

789 THE LADY OF THE CASTLE ... Val Davis 

790 TEMPTATION Lilian Rowney 

791 CHARLES FRY, ESQ Alfred U. Soord 

792 A STUDY IN GREYS C. Blakeney Ward 

793 THE COW-SHED W. Maxwell Chance 

794 MAASTRICHT, Holland William L. Bruckman 

795 PREPARING HIS DINNER Walter S. Stacey 

796 EQUINOX Albert Goodwin 

797 THE RETURN FROM A ROSE- 

GARDEN Annie French 

798 NEW LAMPS FOR OLD Estella Canziani 

799 ON THE BANKS OF THE WYE ... W. H. J. Boot 



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800 A FELL-SIDE FARM Hubert Coutts 

801 THE "JOHANNA" DRYING SAILS C. W. Adderton 

802 A SUNNY CORNER W. Kay Blacklock 

803 DITCHLING BEACON Ruth Dollman 

804 MAY SUNSHINE S. Ellen Sanford 

805 GLADYS Helena Horwitz 

806 IN THE WOODLANDS ... C. E. Wilson 

807 RAIN ON LOCH CARRON 

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

808 THE BROOK Hugh L. Norris 

809 THE BEN NEVIS RANGE, from 

Gairlochy Woodbine Hinchliff 

810 PEACE W. Egerton Hine 

811 THE FARM Edward Brown 

812 A DOUBTFUL VISITOR Elinor M. Barnard 

813 AN AUTUMN MORNING William Ridgway 

814 THE MAD KING'S CASTLE Percival Gaskell 

815 VANITY Walter E.Webster 

816 IN ARROY W \ Russell Flint 

817 WANDERERS Emma Squire 

818 THE DUTCH GARDEN, Hampton 

Court Arthur Burrington 

819 VIEW ACROSS NAVE OF GREAT 

HALL, Karnac R. Phen'e Spiers 

820 A SILENT GUEST Sir P. Biirne-Jones, Bt. 

821 A PEEP THROUGH THE WINDOW Carlton A. Smith 



52 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1911 

822 LE PONT NATIONAL, Paris Max Ludby 

823 ON THE DOWNS NEAR LEWES ... Ruth Dollman 

824 TIM William G. Skinner 

825 IRISES Henry Ryland 

826 NEWTIMBER HILL, from Pyecombe Ruth Dollman 

827 WAITING FOR THE TIDE Sydney Mannooch 

828 ENAMOURED OF AN Ass Henry H. Bulman 

829 THE NECKLACE William J. Whittemore 

830 IN A PARK Cyril A. Far ey 

831 A WOODLAND ROAD George Sykes 

832 SPRINGTIME ' Marcella Walker 

833 A COURTYARD Herbert J. Drew 

834 LONDON RIVER : Woolwich W. T. M. Hawksworth 

835 CORNFIELD, Shalbourne, Berks Charlotte H. Spiers 

836 SILENT TRACES OF THE PAST ... W. H. Humphris 

837 SCARBOROUGH HARBOUR IN HERRING- 

TIME ... Nelson Dawson 

838 MORNING IN THE HAY MEADOWS Herbert Royle 

839 THE BROOK H. Sylvester Stannard 

840 SAN GIMIGNANO ... Alexander Y. Whishaw 

841 THE NOOK Henry H. Bulman 

842 IN HAMPTON COURT PALACE 

GARDENS Lilian Stannard 

843 CAUDEBEC F. Stuart Richardson 

844 THE FRUIT-MARKET, Perugia ... Douglas Mappin 



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845 A NIGHT CATCH C. Napier Hemy, R.A. 

846 NOON : St. Mark's, Venice ... Emily M. Pater son 

847 THE BARN William B. Bennett 

848 WHERE MARSH-MARIGOLDS GROW Charles W. Johnson 

849 STORM CLOUDS Hubert Courts 

850 JAPANESE PEONIES ... Alfred Par sons ^ R.A. Elect 

851 THURLESTONE^BAY ... ... ... Ruth T. Mease 

852 IN THE SUNSHINE Sir E. /. Poynter, Bt., P. R.A. 

853 CHINON IN TOURAINE ... ... Herbert Marshall 

854 THE OLD M.F.H Andrew C. Gow, R.A. 

855 SUNNY PALMA Tristram Ellis 

856 SOLITUDE Hetty Richards 

857 IN A YORKSHIRE VILLAGE ... John D. Walker 

858 SAILING HARD C. Napier Hemy^ R.A. 

859 HAWTHORN Annie Beken 

860 FEEDING LAMBS Arthur L. Collins 

86 1 AUTUMN, near Christchurch ... T. W. Hammond 

862 THE OLD BARN Frank H. Swinstead 

863 A HALT Andrew C. Gow, R.A. 

864 PISA Ernest George^ A. 

865 CANTERBURY QUAD, St. John's College, 

Oxford Charles D. Bowling 

866 NASTURTIUMS Frank G. Mart 

867 IN GLEN LYON ... The late J. MacWhirter, R.A. 
86 SHIPS AT ANCHOR Frank Kelsey 



54 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1911 

869 ON A YORKSHIRE MOOR Claiide Hayes 

870 "SHALL I, WASTING IN DESPAIR, DIE 

BECAUSE A WOMAN'S FAIR?" Harry G. Theaker 

871 THE SPIDER'S-WEB Frederick Bar agwanath 

872 HER LADYSHIP Leonard A. Pownall 

873 DINNER-TIME Frank G. Mart 

874 A SONG OF WILLOW Lexden L. Pocock 

"The fresh streams ran by her, and murmured her 
moans . " Shakespeare, 

875 THE RIVER EDEN, near Carlisle Sutton Palmer 

876 SUNNY MOMENTS H. Sylvester Stannard 

877 RIVALS: Bengal Lancers Tent-pegging 

Elizabeth (Lady) B^ltler 

878 THE GREEK THEATRE, Taormina 

Alex. J. Mavrogordato 

879 A SIESTA George G. Kilbiirne 

880 BLUEBELLS C. W.Johnson 

881 OLD WHITBY Oswald Garside 

882 ASKRIGG, Wensleydale Arthur Tucker 

883 "SHIP ME SOMEWHERE EAST OF 

SUEZ" Charles Dixon 

884 THE PROCESSION OF CORPUS CHRISTI Edwin Bale 

885 A GRECIAN GIRL E. Mary Biirgess 

886 JEANNE Mary Gow 

887 SCANDAL ./. Edward Goodall 

888 THE CHAPEL OF THE ROYAL 

HOSPITAL, Chelsea fohn Eyre 






191 1] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 55 

889 "NOW CAME STILL EVENING ON" W. Pollen Bishop 

890 THE WHITE SANDS, lona Hubert Courts 

891 THE ARTIST'S WIFE Legh M. Kilpin 

892 IN DOUBT P. Harland Fisher 

893 THE GIRALDA, Seville Henry C. Brewer 

894 THISTLEDOWN John Sowerby 

895 ST. GEORGE John D. Batten 

896 ST. CECILIA E. Reginald Frampton 

897 THE OLDEST INHABITANT: Scilly Jessie Mother sole 

898 THE BOAT-RACE Richard E. Clarke 

899 SPEEDWELL Linore F. Marshall 

900 TIRED OUT Charles J. Adams 

901 HAY- TIME IN A YORKSHIRE DALE John Atkinson 

902 PEONIES Marian L. Barnes 

903 MARGARET AND CECILIA, daughters 

of the late Rev. C. E. Julian ... P. A. Hay 

904 " CAUGHT IN THE FROZEN PALMS 

OF SPRING" Lionel P. Smythe^ A. 

905 AN OLD DEVONSHIRE GARDEN, 

Alphington Florence Reason 

906 A STREAM IN A WELSH WOOD... James T. Waffs 

907 How GALAHAD WAS BROUGHT TO 

SIR LAUNCELOT TO BE MADE 

KNIGHT Philip Spence 

908 BRISSAGO FROM THE VINEYARD 

BANKS Gerald Palmer 



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910 
911 
912 

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914 

915 
916 

917 
918 
919 
920 
921 
922 

923 
924 

925 
926 

927 
928 

929 
930 



W. Ayerst Ingram 

Fred M. Evans 

Edith Barrow 

Lillie Cole 

Nelson Dawson 

Ernest E. Briggs 



CLEARING AFTER RAIN 

THE OLD BOOK 

WHITE AZALEAS 

RUGGED PASTURE 

AND A WIND THAT FOLLOWS FAST 
THE RIVER KEN AT EARLSTOUN 
THE END OF THE DAY ... A. Molyneux Stannard 

EARLY MORNING, Granada Henry C. Brewer 

THE LAST FURROW Henry Stannard 

ANEMONES Ann Maitland 

RESTING TIME Thos. C. S. Benham 

EVENING Jane Utley 



A FOREST GLADE 

THE ENCHANTED CASTLE ... 
RED, WHITE, AND BLUE 
THE BARBICAN, Plymouth ... 

BEATING OUT TO SEA 

OLIVE GATHERING 

AN OLD GATEWAY, Bruges... 



George Marks 

Sir Alfred East, A. 

L. Hilda Bell 

David Green 

C. Napier Hemy, R.A. 

... Arthur Burrington 

Frederick Marriott 



" WHERE THE WIDE-WINGED HAWK 

DOTH HOVER " Andrew Lang Nathan Vanderlyn 

EVENING'S GLOW Wilfrid J. Lineham 

FIREWOOD Henry M. Rheam 

AN OLD GRANARY, Buckingham- 
shire Alfred Parsons, R.A. Elect 



191 1] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 57 

932 GODREVY LIGHTHOUSE, from Hayle 

Charles S. Mottram 

933 "SiNG A SONG OF SIXPENCE" .,. Mary Gow 

934 A SUSSEX FARM Berenger Benger 

935 SANDY SHALLOWS Reginald Smith 

936 THE RATHAUS GUARD ... Wilfrid J. Lineham 

937 THE CHURCH OF ST. MAGNUS, 

Lower Thames-street W. D acres Adams 

938 SUMMER IN THE MARSHES Sir E. A. Waterlow^ R.A. 

939 THE SIRENS George C. Haite 

940 PANORAMA OF LONDON ... Henry E. Tidmarsh 

941 THE TOWER OF LONDON Margaret Thomson 

942 THE TRAWLER'S CREW ... C. Napier Hemy, R.A. 

943 PLOUGHING IN SUSSEX Harold Swanwick 

944 " GREEN-ROBED SENATORS OF MIGHTY 

WOODS" Robert M. Hughes 

945 A WOODLAND DELL Tayler Ireland 

946 LEAVING THE FORT : Gwalior, India Frank Dean 

947 THE PRELUDE Oswald Moser 

948 AT BUSHEY MILL Sir Alfred East ', A. 

949 THE RIALTO, Venice G. M. Clarke- Kennedy 

950 A SUNLESS JULY Jessie Macgregor 

951 A COTTAGE AT STAMBRIDGE ... Maggie C. Tennant 

952 DARTMOOR ROCKS, Belstone ... Florence Reason 

953 THE BANNER Robert J. E. Moony 



58 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1911 

954 THE RIVER THAMES : Moonlight 

C. Topham Davidson 

955 A COTTAGE INTERIOR Algernon Newton 

956 A VISIT TO PEGGOTTY'S Ninian Hurley 

957 ENCROACHING SAND Eleanor Hughes 

958 MERRY MAY Peter Leslie 

(t O, the month of May, the merry month of May, 
So frolic, so gay, and so green." 

959 THE WATCHERS W. Thornton Shiells 

960 THE CONNOISSEUR Walter E. Webster 

961 EVENTIDE Hetty Richards 

962 LAUTERBRUNNEN Albert Goodwin 

963 THE CHARGE J. H. Amschewitz 

964 WILKINSON'S SHOEING FORGE, Acle 

H. Boardman Wright 

965 WITCH OF THE APPLE TREE ... Ethel B. Badcock 

966 EVENING CALM Hon. Walter James 

967 THE MONDEGO Frank H. Mason 

968 THE COURTYARD, The George Inn, 

D orchester Maud A . Mathers 

969 PRIMROSES William Affleck 

970 TALES OF CASHMERE Dudley Hardy 

971 "NOTHING VENTURE, NOTHING HAVE" Rose Barton 

972 HIGH-STREET, Lymington Wilfrid Ball 

973 A PILGRIMAGE Stephen Reid 

974 THE LOVE LETTER F. Cadogan Cowper, A. 



I9i i] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 59 

975 "HAIL! MARY" John S. Eland 

976 FIELD POPPIES Richard Sebright 

977 HOLIDAY-TIMES Charles E. Wilson 

978 OLIVE GATHERERS : Umbria ... A. M. Shrimp ton 

979 MIST Veronica Whall 

980 WHERE THE BORDER ENDS IN SHADE Hugh L. Norris 

981 A SURREY LANE IN WINTER- 

TIME William F. Liddell 

982 OPEN PAGES Fred Spencer 

983 LA BODEGA, Benaojan, Espafia ... Edward Walker 

984 THE LAST LOAD: near Carlisle... Thomas Bushby 

985 SHELLS Marian L. Barnes 

(On the Screen .) 

986 EL Rio, Benaojan, Espana Edward Walker 

987 ST. GILLES, Caen John Sow den 

988 AN INTERIOR, Rocamadour ... Evelyn Herbert 

989 A STREET IN PERUGIA Sir C. Fortescue-Brickdale 

990 AN INTRUDER George G. Kilburne 

991 A WAYSIDE REST Elizabeth M. C kettle 

992 A STUDY Beth Hamilton 

993 AUTUMN : Durham Lilian K. Tuke 

994 A COMING STORM Edith Hay ward 

995 NATALIE : a portrait Helen D. Robinson 

996 UNLOADING, Lymington Harbour Edgar L. Pattison 



60 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1911 

997 CHURCH-STREET, Watford Alfred Macdonald 

998 THE NAZE, Essex Robert G. D. Alexander 

999 LANDSCAPE : near Littlehampton Thomas Kinsella 

1000 LA PORTE DE NEVERS, St. Valery- 

sur-Somme George Ward 

100 1 CASTEL DELL' Ovo, Naples A. H. Hallam Murray 

1002 THE APPROACH TO A TEMPLE Sylvia Drew 

1003 ON THE MOOR Maggie C. Tennant 

1004 " AND ALL MY DAYS ARE TRANCES, 

AND ALL MY NIGHTLY DREAMS 
ARE WHERE THY DARK EYE 

GLANCES." Edgar Allan Poe Herrick Grahame 

1005 LITTLE BO-PEEP Alice M. Cook 

1006 OLD SLIP-WAY, Rochester ... Edward W.J. Stephens 

1007 SAN APOLLINARE Nuovo, 

Ravenna interior Eric English 

1008 THE RECORDING ANGELS... Sidney H. Meteyard 

1009 NORTH AISLE, Henry VII. 

Chapel, Westminster Abbey ... Elkanah Holroyde 

1010 HIDE-AND-SEEK A. Montague Rivers 

ion ANEMONES Margaret Booth 

1012 EPAGNY (Aisne) Charles Maundrell 

1013 SPRING FLOWERS Ann Maitland 

1014 INTERIOR : St. Bartholomew-the- 

Great, Smithfield Bertie A. S. BrunskiL 

1015 A QUIET HAVEN Alfred Macdonald 



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10 1 6 SMALL WARES Leonard A. P&wnall 

1017 THE RATHAUS PORTAL, Rothenburg Madge Daw son 

10 1 8 THE WINDING ESK Laurence Warden 

1019 PIAZZA PICCININO, Perugia Katharine McCracken 

1020 A VILLAGE CHILD Gertrude D. Hammond 

102 1 HAULING UP A 23 METRE 

CUTTER AT GOSPORT Harold E. Frecker 

1022 OLD HOUSES IN THE COPTIC 

QUARTER, Cairo A. M. Chevalier 

1023 CIRCE RESPLENDENS M, Murray Cookesley 

1024 DAISIES AND DOG VIOLETS ... Edith B. Daw son 

1025 SUNNY SCARBOROUGH ... H. Daw son Barkas 

1026 MARIATHERESIEN STRASSE, Innsbruck John Glynn 

1027 YORKSHIRE : The Vale of Mowbray Hirst Walker 

1028 A QUAINT CORNER : Caudebec, 

Normandy Frank Helford 

1029 PECKWATER QUAD., Christ 

Church, Oxford Charles D. Bowling 

1030 THE HARBOUR Frank Wright 

1031 Miss EVELYN GAYER Shirley Fox 

1032 6 RUE DU TONGRIS, Montreuil Bella Monkhouse 
i33 VILLAGE BY MOONLIGHT E, Horsfall Ertz 

1034 INTERIOR OF SAN VITALE, Ravenna Harold Sund 

1035 THE OLD MANOR HOUSE ... Charles Maundrell 

1036 MOTHERHOOD Dorothea Foster 

1037 STIFFKEY HALL, Norfolk George E. Krnger 



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1038 EVENING: the Rameseum, Luxor, 

Egypt Lancelot Crane 

1039 NEVERS, Porte du Groux Charles Matindrell 

1040 VENICE Cyril A. Farey 

1041 AN AUTUMN LANDSCAPE Beatrice Z. Smith 

1042 JULY James A. Found 

1043 A HAUNT OF THE WILD GULL C. L. Allport 

1044 RYE E. A. Cox 

1045 AN OLD GATEWAY, Rothenburg C. Tatter shall D odd 

1046 OUTWARD BOUND Ada M. Micholls 

1047 THE TORN SHAWL Katherine H. Righton 

1048 PANDORA H. M. Bridgwater 

1049 THE GARDEN, Hursley Park Sir P. Burne-Jones^ Bt. 

1050 DISINHERITED George E. Kruger 

1051 THE GLOAMING J. Paul Brinson 

1052 OLD WHITBY HARBOUR ... Richard E. Walker 

1053 GRIEF Herbert P. Weaver 

1054 "WHAT is IT?" Edith Cheesman 

1055 THE MILL AT RYE W. Gunn Gwennet 

1056 THE ATLANTIC OCEAN Harry B. Freer 

1057 AN OLD ENGLISH VIRGINAL ... Edith J. Hifkins 

1058 SAN SIMONE PICCOLO, Venice ... Harold Sund 

1059 A CONNEMARA LASS Leonard A. Pownall 

1060 IN FALMOUTH HARBOUR ... Maria T. Sainsbury 

1 06 1 THE QUEST Margaret I. Chilton 



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1062 AT THE BACK OF THE MILL ... Newton Benett 

1063 ABOVE LAKE COMO Edwin Bale 

1064 THE VALE OF MOWBRAY John D. Walker 

1065 FAME Lilian J. Pocock 

1066 PORTRAIT OF A LADY Winifred Wimbiish 

1067 PENSE"ES Constance Ogilvie 

1068 BINDING SHEAVES IN BOHEMIA William G. Hooper 

1069 THE BEST SUNSHADE Hilda Fairbairn 

1070 AN AFRICAN RIVER IN THE 

GOOD OLD DAYS Sir Harry H. Johnston 

1071 AUTUMN John Sowerby 

1072 MAGADINO, Lake Maggiore ... Gerald Palmer 

1073 LONDON BRIDGE ... Margaret E. M. Trinder 

1074 THE BRIDGE, Dinan Henry G. Massey 

1075 A CHERRY ORCHARD Blanche Baker 

1076 WHITHER-? Hugh Wallis 

1077 CHURCH OF THE TRINITY, Falaise George Ward 

1078 SAN VITALE, Ravenna: Interior, 

looking S.E Eric English 

1079 OLD HOUSES ON THE SITE NOW 

OCCUPIED BY NEW CROSBY 

HALL, Chelsea Philip Norman 

1080 SEA URCHINS Marjorie Quennell 

1 08 1 SOUTHEND PlER DURING NAVAL 

REVIEW Claude Walker 

1082 INTERIOR OF SAN GIOVANNI 

EVANGELISTA, Ravenna Harold Sund 



64 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1911 

1083 AN OLD COUNTRY LANE ... A. Molyneux Stannard 

1084 DOUBLE NARCISSUS Edith B. Daw son 

1085 THE TERRACE STEPS... ... G. Sheridan Knowles 

1086 SHEEP AND LAMBS IN ROTHIE- 

MURCHUS ... Elizabeth M. Chettle 

1087 A WINDY DAY, Whitby George Soper 

1088 THE LAND GATE, Rye ... C. M. Monier Williams 

1089 SUNSET: East Devon coast ... Fritz Althatis 

1090 GREY BRUGES Walter Gandy 

1091 MARKET DAY: Vigo John Glynn 

1092 DOUARNENEZ BAY Evelyn Herbert 



MINIATURES-(Nos. 1093-1343). 

1093 Miss FREDA LINDSELL ... Nellie M. H. Edmunds 

1094 DORIS, daughter of Major Balfour 

Nellie M. H. Edmimds 

1095 " LYNETTE," daughter of A. Brig- 

stocke, Esq Nellie M. H. Edmunds 

1096 Miss CHRISTABEL GOODWIN Edytha M. Goodwin 

1097 THE MONTH OF THE ROSARY Aileen G. Burton 

1098 Miss HILDA LETT Walter Everitt 

1099 MRS. BUXTON Walter Everitt 

1 100 Miss DOROTHY NICHOLLS ... May B. Lee 
noi ANDERSON L. M. Crisp 



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1 102 A LITTLE COTTAGE GIRL ... Ida F. Laidman 

1103 DERWENT Dorothy F. Roberts 

1104 KENNETH SAVILE WOOTTEN ... Dorothy F. Roberts 

1105 THE HON. ELAINE JENKINS ... Charles Turrell 

1 1 06 PORTRAIT OF AN OLD LADY ... Alice M. Shaw 

1107 MRS. BOWATER VERNON Florence White 

1 1 08 LADY WITH THE FAN Bessie Gibson 

1109 Miss VIOLET UNDERWOOD ... Rosalie M. Emslie 
jno VIOLA Rosalie M. Emslie 

1 1 ii Miss POTTER Rosalie M. Emslic 

1 1 12 JOSCELINE, daughter of L. E. Keller, Esq. 

Evelyn R. Keller 

1113 LADY IN BLACK Lionel Heath 

1114 MRS. EVERARD LAMB Dorothy P. Ward 

1115 ISABEL DA SILVA DEANE ... Edith M. M. Hinchley 

1116 CARRIE, daughter of John God- 

bolt, Esq Edith M. M. Hinchley 

1117 MRS. ARTHUR HERBERT Maud Eastman 

1118 MARY Maud Eastman 

1119 IRIS Maud Eastman 

1 120 A STUDY Minnie Smythc 

1 12 1 Miss CYNTHIA SURTEES John S. Clark 

1 1 22 Miss G. HENLEY Madeline C. Fawkes 

1123 AWDRY, daughter of W. Wilson, 

Esq F. Thring 

C 



66 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1911 

1124 ISORETTA GALANTE Herbert Turrell 

1125 MILDRED, daughter of H. E. 

Bennett, Esq Florence E. Bennett 

1126 THE PRINCESSES L. M. Crisp 

1127 THE LADY MURIEL WILLOUGHBY Jane Harrison 

1128 CHILD'S HEAD Alice L. Speaight 

1129 OTTOLINE Winifred Marshall 

1130 LAMONT, son of J.Hamish Wilson, 

Esq Elsie L. Pennington 

1131 REGINALD, son of Dundas 

Simpson, Esq May B. Lee 

1132 LILLIAN, daughter of Rev. F. W. 

Low Alice L. Speaight 

1133 PORTRAIT OF A LADY ... Winifred U. Wightman 

1134 " SWEET SEVENTEEN" Ethel M. Willis 

1135 MARY, daughter of L. C. French, 

Esq Lilian Hacker 

1136 GWENDOLEN, daughter of L. C. 

French, Esq Lilian Hacker 

1137 BARBARA, daughter of L. C. French, 

Esq Lilian Hacker 

1138 LT.-COL. FRANK DuGDALE,C.V.O. Lillian Burns 

1139 ROUGE ET NOIR Isabel F. Douton 

1140 MURIEL, daughter of William 

Lempriere, Esq Louise B. Horwitz 

1141 A STUDY Minnie Smythe 

1142 T. WOODHALL SMITH, ESQ. ... Vera C. Smith 



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IVAN, son of C. F. Lankester, 

Esq ................ 

k ^y Bridgman 

GLADYS, daughter of H. Vmson, 



"44 



Esq 

MACLAREN Ross 
JEAN Ross 



CAREY 

1145 ARTHUR, son of David Pennant, 

Esq ................... Annie Underwood 

1146 ERNEST BRASSINGTON ...... Edith A. Laidman 

1147 NANCY ............... Anne Douglas 

1148 EVA .................. Gertrude Massey 

1149 A PORTRAIT ........... A. M. Arnold 

1150 PHYLLIS, daughter of T. Penn 

Gaskell, Esq ............. May Gething 

1151 MRS. JAMES STEELE ......... Marion Reid 

1152 THE LADY EVELYN GUINNESS... Jane Harrison 

1153 GERDA, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 

A. Lionel Isaacs ......... Ephraim Strellett 

1154 EVELYN, daughter of Douglas 

Close Richmond, Esq., C.B. ... Lilian Hall 

1155 LADY ELPHINSTONE ......... Mabel L. Hankey 

1156 EDWARD, son of Lord and Lady 

Ampthill ............... Mabel L. Hankey 

1157 STUDY OF AN OLD WOMAN ... Edith Morgan 

1158 STUDY .................. Prances J. Graham 

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A TURKISH GIRL James S. Teape 

NINA, daughter of W. Peek Frean, Esq. 

Margaret H. Payne 

SPRING A. Marjorie Robinson 

MRS. ANDREW VEITCH Edith E. Morris 

Miss M Jane J. Mumford 



THE LITTLE BRIDESMAID... 

MRS. DOLAN 

A FRENCH PEASANT 

MRS. CLIFFORD HELLIS ... 

ESTHER 

K.S.B 

PORTRAIT OF AN OLD LADY 

MRS. MORGAN 

A DAUGHTER OF EVE 

AUDREY PALMER 

PORTRAIT OF A LADY 



P. Thring 

Mary F. Bill 

Ada Stone 

Elsie M. Eves 

Bess Norriss 

Jiilia Ho His 

Irene L. Hooper 

Marjorie D. Winter 

... H. Theonie Burreh 

Ethel Webling 



A. Maud Stenning 

VERA, daughter of Lieut.-Col. 

W. S. Gumming Ethel C. Brisley 

"MOLLY" Dorothy A. Bovill 

GOLD AND WHITE Winifred Sandys 

A PORTRAIT H. Joyce Pocock 

MARGUERITE Edith B. Hogg 

THE BEAD NECKLACE ... Maud Wheelwright 
ROSAMOND L. M, Rayne 



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1182 DOLLY : a portrait Inez Buchanan 

1183 HEAD OF A YOUNG GIRL ... Eva Noar 

1184 A PROFILE Hannah Myers 

1185 KATHLEEN, daughter of F. Parnell, Esq. 

Frances E. Butler 

1 1 86 SCOTCH TERRIERS Fanny Moody 

1187 FRANCIS GRAHAM LODGE Elizabeth S. Farmer 

1188 Miss HILDA COWARD Doris G. Andrews 

1189 P. L. G. WALKER, ESQ., Lieut. 

7th Hussars G. E. Bulky 

1190 MRS. KENT /. Mary Scott 

1191 PORTRAIT Constance C. Bucknall 

1192 LADY BETTY Agnes Hurry 

1193 MRS. G. F. HOPKINS S. Arthiir Lindsey 

1194 A STUDY S.C.Phillips 

1195 VARNA PATRICIA May Gething 

1196 ENID Edward D. Pratt 

1197 ROBERT OAKES, son of R. Slater, Esq. B. J. Wilson 

1198 TOMMY, son of Kenneth F. Lund, 

Esq., M.D Evelyn B. Shaw 

1199 MRS. HENDERSON Alice Braine 

1200 " SWEET SEVENTEEN" Flora G. Young 

1 201 VIVIEN Phyllis T. Parsons 

1202 OSVALDO Laura A. Happerfield 

1203 PHYLLIS, daughter of the Rev. 

M. J. Barrington Ward Dorothy P. Ward 



70 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1911 

1204 "BOY" E. T. Clarke 

1205 MURIEL Mabel Edwards 

1206 STELLA Emily Littler 

1207 " SCAMP" Gwendoline Lycett 

1208 Miss MILDRED BAILEY Mary P. Enfield 

1209 VIOLET, daughter of Mrs. Percy 

Gordon Olive Lees on 

1 2 10 "TOMMY ATKINS" Phyllis E. Chipperfield 

12 1 1 A. J. H. CARLILL, ESQ Mary J. Muckle 

1212 TWINKS Annie Gimbrett 

1213 BERNARD AND ERIC, sons of the 

Artist Mate L. Brooks 

1214 A PORTRAIT May Arnold 

1215 ELEANORS Amy Style 

1216 PORTRAIT Muriel Linton 

1217 Miss GERTIE MILLAR AS "QUAKER 

GIRL" Frances M. Needham 

1218 ALFRED MORGAN, ESQ Ethel M. Morgan 

1219 Miss BEATRIX WHERRY Dorothy F. Smart 

1220 BABY Marianne A. Merrick 

1221 "ZILLAH" Ada E. Richardson 

1222 JOHN Katherine Ayoub 

1223 ROBIN H. Mary Hamilton 

1224 VIDA F. Boyd Waters 

122$ ANNIE, daughter of Lieut.-Col. 

Forster Alice R. Wood 



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1226 OBERON Molly Power 

1227 "PENSIVE" Etta Middleton 

1228 "BILLY" ... Edith Oliver 

1229 MADELINE Dorothy V. Powell 

1230 " A SAD THOUGHT" Doris G. Andrews 

1231 NARCISSUS Mary Gowan 

1232 A STUDY L. Hilda Bell 

1233 Miss DAISY MAY Helen M. Kempthorne 

1234 Miss S. THURSBY PELHAM ... L. H. Luker 

1235 SYBIL, daughter of Colonel Littledale Flora Tomkins 

1236 SLYBOOTS L. M. Rayne 

1237 PORTRAIT OF A CHILD ... Ethel M. New march 

1238 THE BLUE VEIL Mary F. Bill 

1239 PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST ... Harold Lisle 

1240 A PORTRAIT Marion E. Broadhead 

1241 Miss EVELYN TAYLOR ... ... Margaret Ley 

1242 IVY Carlotta Nowlan 

1243 RHODA GREEN Emmeline A. Palmer 

1244 ARTHUR Florence P. Lawless 

1245 "HILDA" Mabel M. Douglas 

1246 "SNOW" Phyllis E. Chipperfield 

1247 Miss GLADYS CHRISTIE Edith Wickes 

1248 DAISY, daughter of Cuthbert Rigby, 

Esq Violet M. Has well 

1249 A PORTRAIT Cecilia Maw 



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1250 BERYL Amy G. Chamber tin 

1251 THE PINK Bow Florence Hewlett 

1252 ELSIE Gladys Field 

1253 ELIZABETH MARY, daughter of 

P. F. Warner, Esq Ernest A. Widdas 

1254 SUPPER TIME ... Inez Buchanan 

1255 MRS. COOKE Marianne A. Merrick 

1256 GIRL IN BLACK Eileen Greig 

1257 "MiNE HOST" Elsie F. Usher 

1258 " GOOD MORNING" Constance C. E. Smith 

1259 MARY ,.. Sydney Slade 

1260 A PORTRAIT Edith Potter 

1261 HILDA, daughter of Alexander 

Glegg, Esq Edith Ax ford 

1262 MRS. HAROLD KENNEDY ... Winifred J. Marshall 

1263 DR. WHARTON HOOD Gwendolen Price 

1264 "!N THE LAVENDER" Nina Hardy 

1265 "SEMPER EADEM" Aileen G. Burton 

1266 IRISES Gertrude Melhuish 

1267 A PORTRAIT Margaret Booth 

1268 GERALDINE, daughter of James 

McEnnery, Esq Charles Castle 

1269 ADELINE Edith M. Davey 

1270 A LADY IN A PINK GOWN ... fulia B. Bucknill 

1271 RALPH Elsie L. Nye 

1272 GIRL'S HEAD Gertrude B. Smith 



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1273 AGNES Edith Z. Clink 

1274 A PORTRAIT Frances J. Graham 

1275 JOAN . ... Irene L. Hooper 

1276 MRS. W. HILL THOMSON W. Hill Thomson 

1277 MRS. ARTHUR HIRSCHELL ... Alice Braine 

1278 RULE George S. Ingles 

1279 PHYLLIS Marion E. Hewkley 

1280 A CHILD Dorothy Smirke 

1281 A FISHERMAN Margaret Ess on 

1282 A STUDY Maud Dalton 

1283 FATIMA Dorothy Rayne* 

1284 A LADY OF OLDEN TIMES ... E. Pyne 

1285 A PORTRAIT Jessie Harrison 

1286 LILLIE LEONORA Cecilia Maw 

1287 THE SON OF COMMANDER SIDNEY 

OLIVIER, R.N Maud E. Wild 

1288 KATHLEEN HEYDEMANN W. Heydemann 

1289 MYFANWY Olwen M. Lloyd 

1290 RUSTIC SIMPLICITY E. Mary Burgess 

1291 CHRISTOBEL, daughter of the 

Hon. Arthur Davey Ada Midr 

1292 LA JEUNESSE Annie G. Fletcher 

1293 PORTRAIT Gladys Field' 

1294 H. S. MAYDWELL, Esq., 3oth 

Lancers, Gordon's Horse ...Gwenneth /. Penny 



74 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1911 

1295 A PORTRAIT Gertmde A. Newton 

1296 A PORTRAIT STUDY Irene L. Hooper 

1297 Miss DULCIE WEIGALL ... Edith M. M. Hinchley 

1298 LESLIE Annie Underwood 

1299 RUFINA f William Bird 

1300 ANNABEL SPRIGGE Janet Robertson 

1301 Miss EVELYN MILLARD Amy Hobson 

1302 A PORTRAIT Wilson H. G. Cruttwell 

1303 MRS. T. F. BUTLER Theresa Butchart 

1304 ALAN, son of Walter Griffiths, Esq. Beatrice Jaques 

1305 THELMA '... Dorothy V. Powell 

1306 J. M. BORUP, ESQ Sarah F. Hockey 

1307 MOLLY Gwen Hughes 

1308 ROSE MARY Phyllis T. Parsons 

1309 MARY Maiid I. Wilkinson 

1310 MRS. ARTHUR H. TYLDEN-PATTENSON 

Katherine Stewart 

1311 U. M. C E. M. D. Collingwood 

1312 FREDA, daughter of Henry S. 

Kortright, Esq Primrose M. Kortright 

^313 JOAN, daughter of the late 

T. Hallett Fry, Esq Adelaide Spark 

1314 Miss CONSTANCE BISSET Blanche Buckley 

1315 THE MINIATURE Ada M. Howell 

1316 BILLY Fanny Way 

1317 MRS MARTINDALE Janet Robertson 



igii] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 75 

1318 OLIVE Ethel C. H. Galer 

1319 "PEGGY" Eleanor Palmer 

1320 EDITH KIEFER Hilda Griffith 

1321 A SON OF THE SOIL Amy M. West 

1322 A SKETCH Katie B. Muntz 

1323 Miss DOROTHY WEILAND ... Jean Reynolds 

1324 Miss DOROTHY RAYNE L. M. Rayne 

1325 MOTHER AND CHILD Anita M. Carr 

1326 THE REV. VIBERT JACKSON ... ... Agnes Jackson 

1327 "!RIS" Dorothy E. Harrison 

1328 THE VERY REV. THE DEAN OF 

LINCOLN Mary H. B. Chambers 

1329 PORTRAIT OF A LADY Eleanor M. Ross 

1330 THE GREY ROBE S. Arthur Lindsey 

1331 " LITTLE, SUNBEAM " Gertrude Melhuish 

1332 " TOBY," son of Lord Hylton ... Innes Hamilton 

1333 LADY WITH PLAITS Josephine Davies 

1334 OLIVIA FORBES ROBERTSON Ethel Webling 

1335 SANCTA MARIA, MATER DEI, 

ORA PRO NOBIS ! Ethel B. Hawker 

1336 A PORTRAIT M. Grace Mead 

1337 MODESTY Ellen M. Marge f son 

1338 UNE DEMOISELLE Agnes D. Terry 

1339 MRS. GERALD SEARIGHT S. Arthur Lindsey 

1340 THE ARTIST'S MOTHER Dorothy F. Smart 



76 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1911 

1341 ELIZABETH Adah Knight 

1342 A PORTRAIT Ruth Alder 

1343 HAPPY CHILDHOOD Hannah E. Smith 



BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. 



ETCHINGS, DRAWINGS, AND ENGRAVINGS. 



(Nos. 1344-1482.) 

1344 WINDSOR, from Eton Francis S. Walker 

1345 BOOK-PLATES. For the Royal 

Library, Windsor Castle ... George W. Eve 

1346 CHURCH-STREET, Kensington ... Mabel C. Robinson 

1347 ST. PETER'S CHURCH, Winchester Fred. C. Richards 

1348 BRIDGE AT STAITHES, Yorkshire John B. Godson 

1349 ST. WULFRAN, Abbeville ... William Ansell 

1350 CHURCH-LANE, Shepton Mallett Nathaniel Sparks 

1351 ON THE MERSEY Ethel Stewart 

1352 THE LOCK, Wisley Edward M. Synge 

1353 "CONTENTMENT": Harriet, daugh- 

ter of second Lord Meadow- 
bank after William Dyce, R. A. 

T. Hamilton Crawford 



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*354 " SLEEPY" : Poplar Hawk Moth E.Marsden Wilson 
J 355 BUILDING THE ROYAL COLLEGE 

OF SCIENCE, Dublin George Atkinson 

1356 AT PENARTH Douglas 7. Smart 

1357 MRS. WERTHEIMER after John 

S. Sargent, R.A Leopold Goetzt 

1358 NANCY AND DAPPLE Mary A. Sloanc 

1359 LADY FORBES after George 

Romney Norman Hirst 

1360 THE LATE SIR FRANCIS SEYMOUR 

HADEN after G. P. Jacomb 

Hood Frank Short, R.A. Elect 

1361 A STUDY IN DRY-POINT Gunnell C. Jennis 

1362 SANTA MARIA DEL SASSO, Locarno Perdval Gaskell 

1363 BROMPTON ORATORY Stanley Anderson 

1364 LADY STEWART after George 

Romney /. Cother Webb 

1365 REDCLIFFE-BACK, Bristol ... Edouard W. Sharland 

1366 ROYAL PALACE OF CINTRA, 

Portugal Alexander P. Thomson 

1367 ALFRED, IST LORD TENNYSON, Poet 

Laureate after G. F. Watts, R.A., 
O.M. Diploma work, deposited on 
the artisfs election as an Academician 
Engraver Frank Short, R.A. Elect 

1368 REDCLIFF, Wareham Alfred Bentley 

1369 CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW, Dublin George Atkinson 

1370 LADY ROWSE-BOUGHTON after 

George Romney Norman Hirst 



78 BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. [1911 

1371 LE PONT-NEUF, Paris Eleanor Fell 

1372 F.M. THE EARL ROBERTS, V.C., 

K.G. Giirnell C. Jenni s 

1373 THE REV. JOSEPH WOOD, D.D. 

after Arthur Hacker, R.A. H. Macbeth-Raebiirn 

1374 FERPECLE Per aval Gaskeh 

1375 MARKET-DAY, Bromley ... Janet S. C. Simpson 

1376 RUE DAMIETTE, Rouen Gertrude Hayes 

1377 THE COUNTESS OF HAREWOOD 

after John Hoppner, R.A. ... Richard Smythe 

1378 THE QUANTOCKS Norman Hirst 

1379 THE FISH-MARKET, Rye ... Edward W. Charlton 

1380 AT GLACIER, British Columbia... A. Hugh Fisher 

1381 INTERIOR OF MOSQUE, Cordova Charles O. Murray 

1382 THE PORTALS OF BOURGES CA- 

THEDRAL Axel H. Haig 

1383 BOOKPLATE Jack Badeley 

1384 BOOK-PLATE Jack Badeley 

1385 THE BORGHESE GARDENS ... Alick G. Horsnell 

1386 LES BLANCHISSEUSES Minna Bolingbroke 

1387 BOOK-PLATE Jack Badeley 

1388 BOOK-PLATE ... Alfred J. Downey 

1389 WATER-BABIES D. Carey Morgan 

1390 ST. MACLOU, Rouen Gertrude Hayes 

1391 GEORGE Fox AND THE LADY ... Robert Spence 
J392 GEORGE Fox AND THE MAGISTRATE Robert Spence 



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THE MALT-HOUSE, Blewbury 
OLD COTTAGES, Bromley ... 

A LONELY SHORE 

SAINT OUEN, Pont Audemer 

YOKOHAMAS 

KENSINGTON PALACE 

MARCHE AU BLE, Le Neubourg 
CANAL-LOCK, Moret-sur-Loing ., 

SOMERSET HOUSE 

THE WINGLESS CHIMERA... 
AT DORDRECHT, Holland ... 

SION HOUSE 

BEN LEDI 



E. Marsden Wilson 
Janet S. C. Simpson 
Edward W. Charlton 
... Charles J. Watson 
J. R. Granville Exley 
... William Walker 
Charles J. Watson 
Katherine Kimball 
Stanley Anderson 
D. Y. Cameron, A. 
Percy Robertson 
Frank Short, R.A. Elect 
D. Y. Cameron, A. 



WHITE RATS Winifred Austen 

BOSHAM, from Cobnor Hard ... Hubert Schroder 

STANDARD BREAD William Strang, A. 

CHRIST CHURCH, Oxford Mortimer Menpes 

CITY OF CARCASSONNE ... Charles O. Murray 
MR. PEPYS VISITS THE FLEET 

WITH His MAJESTY Robert Spenec 

NOON : Wareham Malcolm Osbornt 

OAST-HOUSES Katherine Kimball 

MARGARET Malcolm Osborne 

A CANAL, Amsterdam Mortimer Menpes 

THE BELLS OF THE LEANING 

TOWER OF PISA Catherine Smith 



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JOHN KNOX HOUSE Nathaniel Sparks 

A SEA-BOARD HAMLET, Norfolk Martin Hardie 

ABINGDON Doiiglas I. Smart 

THE COUNTRY MOUSE Winifred Austen 

Miss KATHLEEN SHACKLETON Luke Taylor 

"WHERE'S MASTER?" King Edward's 



favourite dog Caesar 

BOOK-PLATE 

BOOK-PLATE 

PENN 

A HAMPSHIRE HEN-HOUSE 

BOOK-PLATE 

BOOK-PLATE 

COUR D'ALBANE, Rouen 

THE LAST THROW OF THE DICE 
THE MONUMENT OF VICTOR 

EMMANUEL, Rome 

SAINT CIRQ-LAPOPIE 

ST. STEPHEN'S, Walbrook 

OLD HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT, 



Herbert Dicks ee 
Constance M. Pott 
C. W. Sherborn 
Martin Hardie 
Minna Bolingbroke 
Constance M. Pott 
C. W. Sherborn 
William Ansell 
Frederick Carter 

William Walcot 
Helen R. Wilson 
Malcolm Osborne 

Myra K. Hughes 



Dublin (now the Bank) 
THE CUSTOM HOUSE, King's Lynn 

Margaret Kemp- Welch 
PERCY MACQUOID, ESQ. .../". Seymour Lucas, R.A. 

RINGWOOD, Hants Reginald E. J. Biish 

Miss ALICE GERVERS Sir E.J. Poynter, Bt., P.R.A. 



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1439 NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE John R. Gauld 

1 140 THE FRESHENING BREEZE Edward W. Charlton 

1441 SIR WILLIAM CROOKES, O.M. ... William Strang, A. 

1442 A STUDY ... Edward R. Hughes 

1443 THE COUNTESS FEODORA GLEICHEN 

Dorothea Landau 

1444 BORDER FOR THE KING'S LETTER 

TO THE PEOPLE ... Sir L. Alma-Tadema, R.A. 

1445 DESIGN FOR THE CORONATION 

INVITATION CARD Bernard Partridge 

1446 CHARLTON REACH Percy N. Boxer 

1447 THOMAS HARDY, ESQ., O.M. ... William Strang, A. 

1448 A STUDY Edward R. Hughes 

1449 STUDY FOR A " PUNCH " DRAWING Gunning King 

1450 MRS. ARTHUR GRENFELL 

Sir E. /. Poynter, Bt., P.R.A. 

1451 LOW-WATER, Littlehampton ...Richard D. Winter 

1452 HARESCOMBE-BARN, Glos. ... William F. Chandler 

1453 FRED. A. EATON, Sec. R.A. J. Seymour Lucas, R.A. 

1454 CAPTAIN L. C. GRUBBE .../. Seymour Lucas, R.A. 

1455 MRS. J. M. DUVEEN C. Blakeney Ward 

1456 MRS. PERCY MACQUOID .../. Seymour Lucas, R.A. 

1457 THE MAGIC STONE Rex Osborne 

1458 BLACK MAGIC Frederick Carter 

1459 THE PROPHET Sydney Joseph 

1460 STUDY FOR A "PUNCH" DRAWING Gunning King 



82 BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. [1911 

1461 TABITHA ANN SINGING TO AUNT JANE. 

Illustration for " Tabitha Ann " Ethel F. Everett 

1462 FLORA Dorothy Fitchew 

1463 AT THE PIANO Hilda Cow ham 

1464 ILLUSTRATION TO STORY Arthur J. Gough 

1465 THE LAMENT FOR ADONAIS ... James Williams 

1466 A STUDY Lewis Baumer 

1467 IN THE HEART OF THE WOOD, 

Cap Martin Margaret Sis sons 

1468 BACCHANALIANS : A study Mary Dickinson 

1469 A RIVER BANK .. William Hyde 

1470 WEDDING BELLS after W. Dendy 

Sadler James Dobie 

1471 NATURAL ENEMIES ... Sir H. von Herkomer, R.A. 

1472 HONG KONG HARBOUR A. Hugh Fisher 

1473 A WINDOW, Westminster School William Kneen 

1474 A THOUGHT Sir H. von Herkomer, R.A. 

1475 STUDY FOR A "PUNCH" DRAWING Charles Pears 

1476 A PORTRAIT Louise Jacobs 

1477 THE POISONER Sydney Joseph 

1478 ILLUSTRATION TO STORY ... ... Arthur J. Gough 

1479 WATCHING THE TIDE Ethel Gabain 

1480 DESIGN FOR BOOK-PLATE John W. Lisle 

1481 CHARLES DICKENS MEMORIAL STAMP G. Sidney Hunt 

1482 A NAIAD A. E. Gyngell 



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ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS. 



(Nos. 1483-1712.) 

1483 No. 22 NEW CAVENDISH-STREET, 

W Frank M. Elgood 

1484 THE HALL, Bishops Stortford 

College Herbert G. Ibberson 

1485 NEW FONT COVER, Gt. Barton 

Church, Norfolk A. Michael Durrant 

1486 ST. GEORGE'S HOUSE, Perth, West 

Australia Warwick and Hall 

1487 NEW INSURANCE OFFICES, Old 

Sergean t'slnn A rthur Blomfield 

1488 No. 89 HARLEY-STREET W. Henry White 

1489 A LOGGIA Adrian Berrington 

1490 NEW FACADE TO EMBANKMENT, 

Savoy Hotel Collcutt and hamp 

1491 DESIGN FOR THE INSTITUTION 

OF CIVIL ENGINEERS ... Sir William Emerson 

1492 THE RAND REGIMENT'S WAR 

MEMORIAL, Johannesburg ! ... Edwin L. Lutyens 



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[1911 



Leonard Stokes 



Leonard Stokes 



1493 NEW HEADQUARTERS, Notting- 

ham, for the Territorial Force 
Association of the County of 
Nottingham Brewill and Baily 

1494 PROPOSED COUNCIL OFFICES, 

Worsley John T. Proffitt 

1495 DESIGN FOR A PUBLIC BUILDING Arthur H. Heron 

1496 NORTH AND SOUTH WALES BANK, 

Wrexham Wool/all and Eccles 

1497 DOWNSIDE SCHOOL, near Bath: 

part of quadrangle 

1498 DOWNSIDE SCHOOL, near Bath: 

bird's-eye view, showing pro 1 
posed additions 

1499 HEAD OFFICE OF THE MUNSTER 

AND LEINSTER BANK, Cork 

Arthur and Henry H. Hih 

1500 NEW FACADE, the "Polytechnic" 

and adjoining buildings, Regent- 
street Frank T. Verity 

1501 PROPOSED LONDON GOODS 

CLEARING HOUSE, Clerkenwell JR. Stephen Ayling 

1502 USHER HALL: competitive de- 

sign, exterior perspective ... David Longden 

1503 CINEMATOGRAPH THEATRE, Bristol 

George L. Alexander 

1504 PROPOSED USHER HALL, Edinburgh C.G.Boutcher 

1505 PROPOSED FRONTAGES, London, 

S.W George Hornblower 



191 ij ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 85 

1506 INTERIORS : Webbington House, 

Somerset Edward J. May 

1507 MISSION CHURCH AND SCHOOL Eustace C. Frere 

1508 Two HOUSES, Westminster Horace Field and Simmons 

1509 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS 

WINDOW : Hiram of Tyre com- 
pleting the adornment of the 
Temple Walter H. Camm 

1510 RESIDENCE, Reigate Charles E. Salmon 

1511 ADDITIONS TO ALSTON ABBOTTS, Bucks Oliver Hill 

1512 DESIGN FOR A STAINED GLASS 

WINDOW E.Stanley Watkins 

1513 DESIGN FOR A STAINED GLASS 

WINDOW Oswald Fleuss 

1514 PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT SCHEME: 

Bolton, Lanes T. H. Mawson and R. Atkinson 

1515 THE CONCERT HALL, Royal 

Academy of Music E. George, A., and A. Yeates 

1516 No. 17 GRAFTON-STREET E. George, A., and A. Yeates 

1517 HOUSE AT COBHAM, Kent ... Wilfred Hoy le 

1518 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS: 

from Dante's " La Vita Nuova " Florence Camm 

1519 No. 35 HARLEY-STREET Wm. and Edward Hiint 

1520 DESIGN FOR A NURSERY WINDOW Guy Miller 

1521 DESIGN FOR A STAINED GLASS 

WINDOW Mabel Thatcher 

1522 HOUSE AT HAMPSTEAD ... P. Leslie Waterhouse 



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Walter H. Camm 
'A. Winter Rose 



1523 No. 44 CHARLES-STREET, Mayfair 

R. Gardner Hammond 

1524 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS 

WINDOW : from Boccaccio's 
"Decameron" 

1525 HOUSE AT CHATTERIS, Cambs... 

1526 COMPETITIVE DESIGN FOR NA- 

TIONAL MUSEUM OF WALES, 

Cardiff C. Harrold Norton 

1527 HOUSE, Stansted, Essex John S. Lee 

1528 BUNCH COTTAGE, Haslemere Read and Macdonald 

1529 THE COLUMBARIUM OF THE CREMATORIUM, 

Golder's Green .... George, A., and A. Yeates 

1530 THE SOUTH COURT, Ewelme Park, 

Swyncombe, Oxon L. Stanley Crosbie 

1531 HUNTERCOMBE PLACE, Oxon ... Osw aid P. Milne 

1532 AN INTERIOR Thomas Johnson 

1533 UNIVERSITY AND DAY TRAINING 

COLLEGES, Exeter C.J. Tait 

1534 DRAKESTONE, Stinchcombe, Gloucestershire 

Oswald P. Milne 

1535 THE ENTRANCE AND THE BILLIARD 

ROOM DOORWAY, Millfield, Brent- 
wood A. Winter Rose 

1536 HOUSE AT HAMPSTEAD W. Curtis Green 

1537 HOUSE IN SANDOWN-AVENUE, Esher Geoffry Lucas 

1538 NEW BUILDINGS, Radley College, 

Berks A. JB. Ryan Tenison 



igii] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 87 

1539 BLOCK OF HOUSES IN DEVONSHIRE 

STREET Horace Field and Simmons 

1540 EASTERN TELEGRAPH Co.'s HEAD- 

QUARTERS, Port Sudan George W. Lord 

1541 AGENT'S HOUSE, Chilton, Hungerford 

Forsyth and Mauk 

1542 IMPERIAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND 

TECHNOLOGY : new buildings, in 
Prince Consort-road, South Kensing- 
ton, for the Royal School of Mines 
and Engineering extension of the 
City and Guilds of London Institute 

Sir Aston Webb, R.A. 

1543 ALTERATIONS TO NORMAN COURT, 

Salisbury ... Sydney Jugwell 

1544 DESIGN FOR NATIONAL MUSEUM 

OF WALES Lanchester and Richards 

1545 " BURDOCKS," Fairford E. Guy Dawber 

1546 RUSPER HOUSE, Horsham 

W. F. Unsworth, Son, and I. Triggs 

1547 DESIGN FOR ALMSHOUSES, Nottingham 

Brewill and Baily 

1548 HEATHFIELD SCHOOL, Ascot : 

proposed entrance gates ... J. Harold Gibbons 

1549 ADDITIONS TO THE OLD DUTCH 

HOUSE, Winchfield R. S. Balgarnie Wyld 

1550 HOUSE AT HUNSTANTON : the west 

terrace ... " Herbert G. Ibberson 

1551 EAST BERGHOLT RECTORY, Suffolk Frank Lishman 



88 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1911 

1552 "THE HERMITAGE," Bedwellty, 

Mon John N. R. Vining 

1553 "FOUR ACRES," Harefield, Middlesex 

Ernest Newton, A. 

1554 HOUSE AT EWHURST, Surrey: 

garden front Ernest Newton, A. 

1555 A HOUSE IN KENT 

W. F. Unsworth, Son, and I. Triggs 

1556 THE HALL HOUSE, Hawkhurst: view 

from the south-west, showing addi- 
tions Herbert O. Cres swell 

1557 HOUSES AND STABLES AT SILCHESTER Norman Evill 

1558 DESIGN FOR A STAINED GLASS 

WINDOW Arthur A. Orr 

1559 DESIGN FOR A CITY COMPANY'S 

WINDOW Guy Miller 

1560 ST. ANNE'S VESTRY HALL, Blackfriars 

Banister Fletcher and Sons 

1561 BUSINESS PREMISES, The Poultry, 

Nottingham Suit on and Gregory 

1562 BRIDLE WAY, Ewell : entrance front W. A. Aickman 

1563 HOUSE AT HAMBLEDON, Surrey: 

garden porch Ernest Newton, A. 

1564 MONASTERY BUILDINGS, Caldey: 

the cloister garth /. Coates Carter 

1565 GATE LODGE, Battersea ... Edgar S. Underwood 

1566 PROPOSED NURSING HOME, West- 

minster W. Ernest Hazell 



I9H] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 89 

1567 RESIDENCE, Farnham Golf Links Arthur /. Stedman 

1568 HOUSE AT HAMBLEDON, Surrey: 

general view Ernest Newton^ A. 

1569 DESIGN FOR DINING HALL Albert C. Eddington 

1570 DUTCH DINING ROOM Stewart G. Knock 

1571 BRACEBRIDGE, Button Coldfield Charles E. Bateman 

1572 THE LYGON ARMS, Broadway, 

Worcester ... C. E. Bateman and G. H. Hunt 

1573 A COUNTRY HOUSE Charles Castelow 

1574 WEBBINGTON HOUSE, Somerset... Edward J. May 

1575 DESIGN FOR A STAINED GLASS 

WINDOW E. Stanley Watkins 

1576 HOUSE AND GROUNDS AT BERK- 

HAMPSTEAD Ernest Willmott 

1577 HIGH SCHOOL, Riverside, California, 

U.S. A Harold I. Merriman 

1578 HOUSE AT SUNNINGDALE Ernest H. Bullock 

1579 HOUSE AT HARROW-ON-THE-HILL Arnold Mitchell 

1580 ENTRANCE HALL, Warsley Hall, 

Northallerton J. A. E. Lofthouse 

1581 PROPOSED RESIDENCE FOR UNIVERSITY 

MEN IN LONDON Alan E. Munby 

1582 NEW BUILDINGS FOR PINNER AND 

HARROW STATIONS, L. & N. W. R. 

Co Gerald C. Horsley 

1583 NEW PREMISES, London County 

and Westminster Bank, West 

Ealing Hall-Jones and Ciimmings 



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[1911 



1584 DESIGN FOR A STAINED GLASS 

WINDOW Howard M. Travers 

1585 PROPOSED DESIGNS FOR STAINED 

GLASS : from Dante's " La Vita 

Nuova" Florence Camm 

1586 REREDOS, Otley Parish Church Bromet and Thorman 

1587 PROPOSED REREDOS AND DECORATION 

OF SANCTUARY, St. Chad's Church, 

Far Headingley, Leeds ... John Gibbons and Son 

1588 DESIGN FOR METHODIST CHURCH 

AND SCHOOLS John Wills and Sons 

1589 PROPOSED CHURCH, Wotton, Gloucester 

H. S. Davis and H. F. Trew 

1590 DESIGN FOR ST. TARCISUS' 

CHURCH, Camberley H. R. and B. A. Poulter 

1591 FLECHE FOR SOUTH CHURCH, New York 

William Haywood 

1592 MONASTERY BUILDINGS, CALDEY : 

the north side J. Coates Carter 

1593 PROPOSED NEW CHURCH OF ST. 

CATHARINE, Wotton, Gloucester 

Healing and Overbnry 

1594 SCHOOL CHAPEL, Perth, West 

Australia : south- west view ... Walter Tapper 

1595 CHURCH OF THE HOLY SPIRIT, 

Clapham Common : interior H. P. Burke Downing 

1596 WEST SHORE CHURCH, Llan- 

dudno : south-east view . Richard T. Beckett 



I9i i] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 91 

1597 THE CHURCH OF ST. MARGARET, 

Upton, Norfolk : proposed re- 
storation William Davidson 

1598 THE CLOISTERS, Dodford Church, 

Worcestershire Arthiir Bartlett 

1599 WEST SHORE CHURCH, Llan- 

dudno : north-west view ... Richard 2. Beckett 

1600 PROPOSED DISTRICT CHURCH TO 

ST. ANNE'S, Highgate Gerald Cogswell 

1601 ST. JAMES' PARISH CHURCH, 

Accrington Robert H. Ctinliffe 

1602 NEW CHAPEL, North Eastern 

County School, Barnard Castle William D. Carbe 

1603 SCHEME FOR THE ENLARGEMENT 

OF ALL SAINT'S, Hanley ... Gerald C. Horsley 

1604 A SANCTUARY Bromet and Thorman 

1605 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS 

WINDOW FOR NURSERY : " The 

Queen was in the larder " ... Eugenie Richards 

1606 ELM-STREET SCHOOLS, Middleton, 

Lancashire J. Henry Sellers 

1607 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS 

WINDOW Alexander Gascoyne 

1608 NEW CHURCH OF ST. ANNE, 

Roy ton, Oldham Temple Moore 

1609 CHURCH OF ST. NINIAN, Douglas, 

Isle of Man William D. Caroe 



92 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1911 

1610 DESIGN FOR AN OFFICE-DOOR 

WINDOW : Architecture prompted 
by Inspiration and crowned by 
Genius Claire Gaudet 

1611 ADDITIONS TO CALDICOTCHURCH, 

Mon Rowland W. Paul 

1612 CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH AND 

SCHOOLS, Manchester 

J. H. France and H. B. Lay cock 

1613 RESTORATION OF ASHLEY CHURCH, 

STAFFS : interior Cecil G. Hare 

1614 CHURCH OF ST. JOHN THE DI- 

VINE, Coppall, Lanes Dudley Newman 

1615 BAPTIST MEETING HOUSE, Chorley 

Wood Herbert G. Ibberson 

1616 CHURCH AND COLLEGE OF ST. 

IGNATIUS, Stamford Hill 

B. Williamson andj. H. B. Foss 

1617 CHURCH OF ST. PATRICK, Orping- 

ton B. Williamson and J. H. B. Foss 

1618 CHURCH OF ST. SAVIOUR, Lewisham Kelly and Dickie 

1619 NEW PORCH FOR A CHURCH IN 

SUFFOLK Basil Oliver 

1620 ELECTRIC POWER HOUSE, Led- 

stone, Luck Pit, Yorks Henry A. Chapman 

1621 INTERIOR OF NEW CHURCH, Skir- 

beck, Boston Temple Moore 

1622 CHURCH OF THE HOLY SPIRIT, 

Clapham Common : exterior H. P. Burke Downing 



IQII] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 93 

1623 NEW CHURCH OF ST. MARY, 

Dorchester: interior Charles E. Ponting 

1624 SCREENS AND FALDSTOOL, St. 

Margaret's, Ilkley Thomas G.Davidson 

1625 BENTLEY CHURCH John Codd 

1626 NEW REREDOS, Hornsey Parish 

Church Hubert C. Corlette 

1627 ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH, Accring- 

ton Robert H. Cunliffe 

1628 ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH, High- 

gate : completion of the west end J. Harold Gibbons 

1629 PROPOSED BAPTIST CHURCH, 

Eltham Park John Wills and Sons 

1630 St. ANDREW'S CHURCH, Frimley 

H. R. and B. A. Poulter 

1631 CHURCH OF THE SECOND CON- 

GREGATION, Belfast Walter Planck 

1632 ST. LEONARD'S CHURCH, Bedford George P. Allen 

1633 DESIGN FOR NEW CHURCH OF 

ST. CATHARINE, Wotton, Glou- 
cester : exterior Healing and Overbury 

1634 MEMORIAL TOWER, St. Paul's 

Church, Sale ... ' D. Bird and R. Oldham 

1635 PROPOSED HOUSE ON THE ROM- 

FORD GARDEN SUBURB John E. Kuhl 

1636 DESIGN FOR THE NATIONAL 

MUSEUM OF WALES ... Rodway and Dening 

1637 COTTAGE AT CROWCOMBE, Somer- 

set : the garden front ... Charles E. Mallows 



94 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1911 

1638 DEEP SEA FISHERMEN'S INSTI- 

TUTE, Newlyn, Cornwall ... Edward Warren 

1639 ALTERATIONS AND ADDITIONS 

TO CANONS PARK : the north- 
west front and pond garden Charles E. Mallows 

1640 DESIGN FOR CIRCULAR STAINED 

GLASS WINDOW John C. Bewsey 

1641 HOUSE IN IFFLEY ROAD, Oxford J. H. Beart Foss 

1642 THE SOUTH FRONT OF THE 

GUILDHALL, as restored, 1910 Sydney Perks 

1643 HOUSE AT FLEET, Lines J. E. Dixon Spain 

1644 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS. 

WINDOW: the Presentation in 

the Temple George J. Hunt 

1645 PROPOSED PUBLIC LIBRARIES AT 

MUIZENBERG AND ST. JAMES, 

South Africa Walter R. Jaggard 

1646 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS 

WINDOW Arthti,r A. Orr 

1647 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS 

STAIRCASE WINDOW Leonard Walker 

1648 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS : 

Christ blessing little children... Herbert Hendric 

1649 BIRD'S-EYE VIEW OF NEW GAR- 

DENS, from house to canal, 

Mellerstain, N.B Reginald Blomfield, A. 

1650 No. 26 KINGLY-STREET, Regent- 

street Fair and My er 



191 1] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 95 

1651 CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. 

PAUL, Namirembe, Uganda ... Beresford Pitc 

1652 GENERAL VIEW OF PROPOSED 

IMPROVEMENT SCHEME, Bolton, 

Lanes T. H. Maw son and R. Atkinson 

1653 HOUSE IN CHELSEA VALE R. Knott and E. S. Collins 

1654 HALL, Stoughton House, Croydon 

H. W. Hetherington Palmer 

1655 THE NEW GUILDHALL, West- 

minster : perspective view 

Gibson, Skip with, and Gordon 

1656 No. 12 QUEEN ANNE-STREET, W. W. Henry White 

1657 PROPOSED HOUSE NEAR REIGATE 

Stephen J. B. Stanton 

1658 HOUSE AT NESTON, Cheshire ... Richard T. Beckett 

1659 DESIGN FOR NATIONAL MUSEUM 

OF WALES, Cardiff Wills and Anderson 

1660 NEW GUILDHALL, Westminster: 

detail perspective of entrance 

Gibson, Skipwith, and Gordon 

1661 HOUSE IN SURREY E. Guy Dawber 

1662 A COUNTRY HOUSE, Well, Yorks Charles Castelow 

1663 BOARZELL, Sussex : south-west view, 

showing additions Herbert O. Cres swell 

1664 THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL 

ENGINEERS : proposed extension 

in Princes-street Basil A. Slade 



96 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1911 

1665 NEW EXAMINATION HALL FOR THE 

ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND 

SURGEONS, Queen-square, W.C. A. N. Prentice 

1666 USHER HALL, Edinburgh Robert Atkinson 

1667 THE HOLBURNE GALLERY, Bath Reginald Blomfield^ A. 

1668 GLAMORGAN COUNTY HALL, Cathays 

Park, Cardiff E. V. Harris and T. A. Moodie 

1669 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS WINDOW: 

The Annunciation Hilda M. Pemberton 

1670 PAVILION, University College, and 

Hospital athletic grounds, Perivale Alan G. fames 

1671 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS WINDOW: 

The Nativity Arthur A. Orr 

1672 NEW WING, Madingley Hall, Cambridge 

Gotch and Saunders 

1673 GORSE HILL, near Woking : view 

from south-east Edward Warren 

1674 STENIGOT MANOR, Lincolnshire A. N. Prentice 

1675 RAMPTON ASYLUM, Notts: bird's-eye 

view of administrative and entrance 

blocks Francis W. Troup 

1676 EAST WEALD, Bishop' s-a venue, Hamp- 

stead : view from south-west 

H. N. Ashley and W. Newman 

1677 ADDITIONS TO THE MANOR HOUSE, 

Great Hundridge Walter Tapper 

1678 THE ORATORY, Brompton : showing 

completion of St. Wilfrid's Hall Leonard Stokes 



I9i i] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 97 

1679 HOUSE AND GARDENS, Townhill 

Park, near Southampton ... L. Rome Guthrie 

1680 ENTRANCE HALL, Sulhamstead 

House, Berks ... Alan Brace 

1 68 1 HIGHFIELDS, Marlow, Bucks ... Lionel F. Crane 

1682 HIGHFIELDS, Marlow, Bucks ... Lionel F. Crane 

1683 CENTRAL INSTITUTE FOR SWEDISH 

GYMNASTICS, London, W. ... Forsyth and Maule 

1684 CLOISTER GARTH, Purley A. Winter Rose 

1685 CENTRAL Y.M.C.A., Tottenham 

Court-road, W.C Rowland Plumbe 

1686 CROOKSBURY HURST, Farnham Frederick M. Simpson 

1687 NEW TREASURY, POST OFFICF, LAW 

COURTS, AND STREET IMPROVEMENTS, 
Kingston. For the Jamaica Government 

Nicholson and Corlette 

1688 ENTRANCE PORCH, Wyken, W mbledon 

Edward B. Wetenhall 

1689 NEW BOARDING HOUSE, Winchester 

College Nicholson and Corlette 

1690 OFFICES FOR THE ABBEY-ROAD 

BUILDING SOCIETY Max Clarke 

1691 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS Alexander Gascoyne 

1693 DESIGN FOR A WINDOW: The 

Last Supper George J. Hunt 

769.3 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS : 

" Te Deum Laudamus " ... Percy H. Stead 

D 



ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1911 

1694 DESIGN FOR COUNCIL SCHOOL, 

Heyb ridge, Essex Algernon S. R. Ley 

^.1695 BERKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL OFFICES 

Robert Atkinson 
11696 f NEW BUILDINGS, Queens' College, 

Cambridge Cecil G. Hare 

1697 No. 87 HARLEY-STREET, W. ... Claude W. Ferrier 

1698 EYFORD PARK, Gloucestershire E. Guy Dawber 

1699 RESTORATIONS AND ADDITIONS 

TO RUSHBROOKE HALL, Suffolk Melville S. Ward 

1700 NEW PREMISES, Queen-street- 

place, South wark * . Stanley Hamf 

1701 FLATS, Clapham-road, S.W. ... Cyrille J. Corblet 

1702 DESIGN FOR A STAINED GLASS 

WINDOW IN A SCHOOL CHAPEL James H. Hogan 

1703 PROPOSED NEW QUADRANGLE, 

Rossall School John Bilson 

1704 A PAIR OF SMALL HOUSES ... Albert Falser 

1 705 NEW FRONT, 1 6 Pembroke-square, 

W Sydney Newcombe 

1706 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS: St. 

Agnes John J. Wrathall 

1707 DESIGN FOR NATIONAL MUSEUM 

OF WALES, Cardiff Frederick R. Hiorns 

1708 PROPOSED TREATMENT OF DIN- 

ING ROOM Alfred C. Wade 

1709 STAIRCASE, 10 Carlton-house- 

terrace, S.W D. Blow and F. Billerey 



19".] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 99 

1710 PROPOSED KING EDWARD'S 

BRIDGE, and transfer of S.E.R. 
station to south side of river : 
perspective view William L. Liicas 

1711 DESIGN FOR STAINED GLASS 

WINDOW IN A WELSH CHURCH : 
SS. Cynfel and Cynllo (from 
local legends) Walter H. Camm 

1712 MODEL FOR CASTLETON PARK 

D. Blow and F. Billerey 



CENTRAL HALL. 



SCULPTURE (Nos. 1713-1752). 



1713 THE EGOIST statuette, bronze Richard Garbe 

1714 GRIEF group. From Leicester- 

shire South African War Me- 
morial Crosland McClure 

1715 THE DYING YEAR statue Leonard S. Merrifield 

1716 PROSPERITY -- statue. For the 

General Assurance Buildings, 

Aldwych Albert H. Hodge 

1717 IN MEMORIAM relief S. Nicholson Babb 

1718 THE VICTOR statue David McGill 

1719 THE VEN. THE ARCHDEACON OF 

BUCKINGHAM bust Alfred J. Oakley 

D 2 



zoo CENTRAL HALL. [1911 

1720 "CHARLOTTE" bust Jessie M. Law sen 

1721 THE Two VOICES group ... Andrea C.Lucchesi 

1722 VICTORY statue Benjamin Clemens 

1723 THE GIANT'S DAUGHTER statuette fohan Keller 

1724 THE VOICE OF THE PAST re- 

lief Richard Garbe 

1725 POLAR BEARS AND MAMMOTH 

relief Morris Harding 

1726 FATHERHOOD group, marble ... T. Stirling Lee 

1727 "THE SEA-MOTHER" Mary C. Buzzard 

1728 THE SPIRIT OF THE FOREST 

statuette ;. D* Burns Brown 

1729 DAWN statuette E. Whitney Smith 

1730 IN BONDAGE statuette J. Wenlock Rollins 

1731 MAGNA MATER relief ... Katharine E. Maltwood 

1732 ANDREA THEODOSIA, aged four 

weeks Una Troubridge 

1733 THE LOTUS-EATER statuette, 

marble Cecil A. Johnson 

1734 BELLEROPHON relief Joseph Else 

1735 MERCURY model of finial ... A.Stanley Young 

1736 SIR FRANCIS BACON statue, 

bronze Frederick W. Pomeroy^ A. 

1737 THE DANCE OF LIFE relief, 

bronze Elsie Ralph 

1738 THE TIRED THRESHER statu- 

ette, bronze Kellock Brown 



I9i i] CENTRAL HALL. 101 

1739 MRS. GUY RIDPATH statuette W.Reynolds- Stephens 

1740 THE ROISTERER statuette ...E. Caldwell Sprtice 

1741 MYSTERIES statue, marble ... Thomas M. Crook 

1742 THE WOOING OF THETIS group, 

marble Arthur G. Walker 

1743 HERAKLES RESCUING ALCESTIS 

FROM HADES group Allan G. Wyon 

1744 DIANA statue Charles Pibivorth 

1745 THE BEGGAR MAN statue, bronze Basil G otto 

1746 MODEL FOR MEMORIAL Margaret Winser 

1747 "LE Roi BOIT" statuette, bronze Ada P. Gell 

1748 WAR group. From Leicestershire 

South African War Memorial Crosland McClurc 

" War hath three handmaidens fire, sword and famine." 

Henry V, 

1749 PAN ASLEEP head, marble ... Hans C. Hellmer 

1750 TYRANNY statuette Francis J~ahn 

1751 A ROYAL GAME an allegory of 

the contest between England 
and Spain for the rule of the 
seas group, various metals 
and inlays W. Reynolds- Stephens 

1752 NEREUS AND GALATEA group Henry Pegram, A. 

" So wise is Nereus old, 

And so well skill'd : npthless he takes great joy 
Ofttimes among the wanton nymphs to sport and toy." 



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LECTURE ROOM. 



SCTJLFTURE-(Nos. 1753-1975). 



1753 E CHO statuette, bronze Siegfried M. Wiens 

1754 NIGHT head, bronze F. Arnold Wright 

1755 SKETCH-MODEL FOR CENTRAL 

GROUP OF FOUNTAIN Alexander J. Leslie 

1756 COL. STEWART MACKENZIE OF 

SEAFORTH panel, silver ... Frank Liitiger 

1757 THE LATE WALTER H. PATON, 

R.S.A. panel, bronze Hubert Paton 

1758 His MAJESTY THE LATE KING 

EDWARD VII. bust, marble. 

For the Mercers' Company ... Alfred Drury, A. 

1759 ELIZABETH FRY statuette ... Charles Vyse 

1760 CAPT. THE HON. DUDLEY CARLE- 

TON panel, silver Frank Lutiger 

1761 HARRY LAUDER, ESQ. bust, marble W. Reid Dick 

1762 GRISELDA relief, bronze Lillian E. Griffith 

1763 MNEMOSYNE (Memory), Mother 

of the Muses head, marble ... P. Bryant Baker 

1764 A Kiss group, bronze Mary Poumall 

1765 SMALL MODELS FOR IMPERIAL 

AND COLONIAL COINAGE Bertram Mackennal, A. 



191 1] LECTURE ROOM. 103 

1766 THE SPIRIT OF NIGHT head, 

marble Alfred Drury^ A. 

1767 THE LATE SIR W. RANDAL 

CREMER, M.P. bust, bronze... Paul R. Montford 

1768 THE BATHER statuette, marble Albert Toft 

1769 Miss SYLVIA G. MITCHELL 

statuette, silver Ernest G. Gillick 

1770 T. Y. BAKER, ESQ., R.N. medal- 

lion Maude R. Windley 

1771 CASE OF THREE RELIEFS: i. A 

Dutch boy. 2. Old Dutch 

woman. 3. Dutch girl Dorothy J. Dick 

1772 MITCHELL KENNERLEY bust ... Gilbert Ledward 

1773 MOTHER AND CHILD plaque, 

enamel Dorothy F. Hilton 

1774 LOVE'S BONDAGE group, marble 

W. Robert Cotton, A. 

1775 NAIAD relief ... Charles A. Palmer 

1776 MARY GORDON, daughter of Les- 

lie Moir, Esq. medallion ... Ruby L. Bailey 

1777 AELLO bust, marble John Tweed 

1778 ORPHEUS statuette Frank Goiter 

1779 "WHEN DAY GOES DOWN" 

medallion Wilhelmina L. Neuwirth 

1780 A PORTRAIT medal, bronze ... Cecil Thomas 

1781 Miss L. TRAVIS medallion ... Frank Stone 

1782 APHRODITE statuette ... ... Charles Vyse 



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1783 MRS. O. T. FALK -bust Albert Toft 

1784 THE LATE J. CAMPBELL BROWN, 

D.Sc., LL.D., Professor of 
Chemistry, University of Liver- 
pool bust, marble Charles J. Allen 

1785 TOM ROBERTS, ESQ. bust F. Derwent Wood, K. 

1786 THE VISION OF CALVARY 

enamel A lexander Fisher 

1787 HEALTH panel. Part oj the 

statue to Sir Francis S. Powell, 

Bt., erected at Wigan Ernest G. Gillick 

1788 THE MAGIC CALL statuette, 

bronze Charles L. \Hartwell 

" Sweet for a moment still to hesitate, 
Pause on the brink, and hear the magic call." 

1789 MADONNA after Filippino Lippi 

miniature, coloured wax . . . H. Jemmett Browne 

1790 BOOK COVER IN ENAMELS AND 

SILVER GILT Alexander Fisher 

" Milde Margaret, that was God's maide, 
Maide Margaret that was so meeke and milde." 

1791 THE LATE J. VAN VLICK LIDGER- 

WOOD, ESQ. posthumous bust, 

bronze F. Derwent Wood, A. 

1792 His MAJESTY THE LATE KING 

EDWARD VII. Portrait Study 
for King Edward Memorial, 
Liverpool W. Goscombe John, R.A. 

1793 MRS. A. F. R. PLATT bust, 

marble Herbert Hampton 



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1794 BATTLE SCENE part of a frieze Lillian M. Wade 

1795 BASIL, son of Henry Webb, Esq., 

M.P. statuette, bronze W. Goscombe John, R.A. 

1796 ROBERT DRANE bust, marble Leonard S. Merrifield 

1797 MATERNAL BLISS group. One 

of the figures of an allegorical 
group entitled'''' Peace" being part 
of a memorial to Lord Curzon, 
to be erected at Calcutta Hamo Thorny croft, R.A. 

1798 A.I.M. bust, marble Albert Toft 

1799 ARTEMIS THE HUNTRESS statu- 

ette, bronze Hamo Thorny croft, R.A. 

1800 THE LATE NEVEN DU MONT 

posthumous bust, marble ... John Tweed 

1 80 1 His MAJESTY THE LATE KING 

EDWARD VII. bust. To be 
executed in marble for H.M. 
Queen 'Alexandra P. Bryant Baker 

1802 AN OLD NEW ENGLAND PARSON 

bust, bronze Henry Kitson 

1803 THE MIRACLE AT LOURDES 

enamel Oswald Crompton 

1804 EDUCATION panel. Part of the 

statue to Sir Francis S. Powell, 

Bt., erected at Wigan Ernest G. Gillick 

1805 IL PENSEROSO statuette Percy Portsmottth 

1806 ANNE OF CLEVES after Hans 

Holbein miniature, coloured 

wax N". Jemmett Browne 



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1807 SAINT CECILIA panel, enamel George H. Clarkson 

1808 " YOUNG SIR TRISTRAM BE- 

SOUGHT HIS FATHER FOR THE 
LIFE OF HIS CRUEL STEP- 
MOTHER." Malory panel, 
enamel Geraldine Morris 

1809 FRED. A. EATON, Sec. R.A. 

bust, bronze F. Derwent Wood, A. 

1810 C. J. WATSON, ESQ. bust, bronze Arthiir G. Walker 

1811 THE DUCHESS OF BEAUFORT 

bust, marble William C. H. King 

1812 IDLER statuette, bronze Leopold A. Whiting 

1813 Miss MILDRED DYER relief ... Mortimer Brown 

1814 GRANNY group, bronze Phabe Stabler 

1815 ROBERT ARTHUR TALBOT, 3rd 

Marquess of Salisbury, K.G. 

medallion, bronze Mary G. Gillick 

1816 "JiM" bust, marble Sydney March 

1817 THE DEW decorative panel ... D. Burns Brown 

1818 His MAJESTY THE LATE KING 

EDWARD VII. bust, bronze. 

For the Naval and Military Club F. Derwent Wood, A. 

1819 MEDAL FOR PAINTING bronze Arthur C. White 

1820 MASTER ANGUS VICKERS bust, 

marble T. Stirling Lee 

1821 DOUGLAS ILLINGWORTH, ESQ. 

medallion, silver Mary G. Gillick 

1822 CHARLES WILLIAM CARVER, ESQ. 

relief Newbury A. Trent 



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1823 THE OUTCAST group, bronze... Richard Garbe 

1824 ARGENTINE CATTLE PEON eques- 

trian statuette, bronze Mervyn Herafath 

1825 GENERAL JAMES WOLFE statuette, 

bronze Vernon March 

1826 His MAJESTY THE LATE KING 

EDWARD VII. Small model of 
statue to be erected at Windsor 

Feodora (Countess) Gleichen 

1827 ADMIRAL VISCOUNT NELSON 

statuette, bronze Vernon March 

1828 " MIGNON " bust Helen Langley 

1829 JAMES B. WINTERBOTHAM, ESQ. bust John E. Hyett 

1830 SUSANNAH statuette, bronze . . . Gertrude Knoblauch 

1831 ONE OF NAUSICAA'S MAIDENS 

bronze Newbury A. Trent 

1832 A CHILD bust Gertrude B ayes 

1833 FANTASIUCCIA relief Esther M. Moore 

1834 WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY. Study 

for a marble bust to commemorate the cen- 
tenary of the novelist' s birth in Calcutta 

Leonard Jennings 

1835 POVERTY bust, bronze ... L. Gwendolen Williams 

1836 CASE OF PORTRAIT MEDALLIONS 

bronze and silver Cecil Brown 

1837 CUPID statuette, bronze ... Leonard S. Merrifield 

1838 PSYCHE head, marble ... L. Gwendolen Williams 

1839 MOWGLI AND THE RED FLOWER 

group, bronze Dora Mason 



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1840 "BARNEY" bust M.J.Morahan 

1841 LITTLE Miss PRIM medallion Constance M. Skinner 

1842 THE MERMAID'S POOL ... Dorothy A. A. Rope 

1843 DOMINI MATER group Helen F. Rock 

1844 BEATRICE head, marble A. Broadbent 

1845 REAR-ADMIRAL SIR JOHN RUSHWORTH 

JELLICOE, K.C.V.O., C.B. bust, 

bronze Margaret Wright son 

1846 "SLEEPY SUNSHINE MANTLING ALL" 

relief Helen Langley 

1847 MRS. TERENCE KEYES AND INFANT 

SON medallion, silver ... Margaret M. Jenkin 

1848 SIR WILLIAM CROOKES, O.M., F.R.S. 

bust, bronze Walter Merrett 

1849 "ELAINE" bust, bronze ... Florence A. Kendrick 

1850 THE LATE G. F. BODLEY, R.A. 

posthumous bust Thomas Murphy 

1851 THE LATE RT. HON. SIR HENRY 

CAMPBELL BANNERMAN, G.C.B. 

bust, wax Paul R. Montford 

1852 CASE OF MEDALS silver Allan G. Wyon 

1853 PORTRAIT OF A PAINTER bust James A. Stevenson 

1854 SYDNEY LEVINE relief Emmeline Halse 

1855 "THE QUEEN OF THE FAIRIES " 

statuette Lorna A damson 

1856 HEAD OF A GIRL frank Gatter 

1857 THE Kiss group Charles Vysc 



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1858 CASE OF MEDALS gold and silver John R. Pinches 

1859 THE Ki TTEN group Herbert Hampton 

1860 " PRIESTESS OF Isis," Sistrum Lady 

of Isis, Nekhta Aukh bust L. Edith C. Maryon 

1861 THE COMING OF PEACE relief E. M. Rope 

1862 SUMMER REVERIE bust Henry C. Fehr 

1863 DAILY LIFE group Irene M. Browne 

1864 THE PIXIE statuette Annie C. Acheson 

1865 MARY EDITH WARING plaque, silver Harry Parr 

1866 MRS. BARNWELL medallion ... Esm'e Currey 

1867 JOHN FINLEY plaque Alice M. Wright 

1868 THE BARONESS WILHELM VON WIMPFFEN 

bust, marble Feodora (Countess) Gleichen 

1869 LAURA SECORD, Heroine of the 

War of 1812 group, bronze... Vernon March 

1870 THE LADY VIOLET CHARTERIS 

bust F. Arnold Wright 

1871 EQUESTRIAN PORTRAIT GROUP 

bronze E. Kathleen Wheeler 

1872 A DAUGHTER OF THE PEOPLE 

relief, marble Francis Jahn 

1873 A LORETTO BOY statuette, bronze 

d* 0. Pilkington Jackson 

1874 CASE OF MEDALS silver Frank Ransom 

1875 THE BIRDS OF VENUS group, 

bronze Gertrude B ayes 

1876 ECHO statuette, bronze ... L. Edith C. Maryon 



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1877 DR., MRS., AND MASTER R. VINTRAS 

plaques, bronze Edouard Lant'eri 

1878 HARRY VARDON statuette, bronze Henry Pegram, A. 

1879 " DOLCE FAR NIENTE" statuette Christine Gregory 

1880 PORTRAIT MEDALLION Sydney W. Carline 

1881 MODEL OF THE GREAT SEAL ... Gilbert ayes 

1882 MRS. THOMAS MURPHY relief, marble 

Thomas Murphy 

1883 A GREEK RUNNER statuette ... Harry S. While 

1884 STUDY FOR GARDEN FIGURE 

bronze Alfred Drury, A. 

1885 Two CORONATION MEDALS, obverse 

and reverse Robert J. Richardson 

1886 THE WATER CARRIER statuette P. Bryant Baker 

1887 " INTREAT ME NOT TO LEAVE 

THEE" relief Irene Falcon 

1888 THE CONNOISSEUR statuette ... Percy Portsmouth 

1889 HEAD OF CUPID marble William J. McLean 

1890 HAROLD SPEED, ESQ. bust, bronze David McGill 

1891 "VICTOR" bust Sidney R. Burton 

1892 MERVYN E. MACARTNEY, ESQ. bust W.Reid Dick 

1893 THE LATE EARL OF DERBY, K.G. 

bust, marble. To be placed 
in the Town Hall, Preston 

W. Goscombe John, R.A. 

1894 R. C. WILSON, ESQ. bust, bronze Henry Pegram, A. 

1895 THE CHIEF SCOUT relief, bronze Hubert Paton 

1896 ALEXANDER TAMING BUCEPHA- 

LUS equestrian statuette, bronze Cecil Brown 



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1897 DOLCE FAR NIENTE bust, bronze. 

Purchased by the President and 
Council of the Royal Academy 
under the terms of the Chantrey 
Beqiust Alexander J. Leslie 

1898 DREAMS bust, marble Henry Pegram, A 

1899 THE BATHER statuette, bronze 

F. Derwent Wood, A.. 

1900 IMPRESSION FROM His MAJESTY'S 

GREAT SILVER SEALS OF THE 
DUCHY OF LANCASTER AND 
COUNTY PALATINE Frank Bowcher - 

1901 His MAJESTY THE KING bust Alfred Drury, A. 

1902 LIFE'S DESTINATION relief ... Arthur C. White 

1903 His MAJESTY THE LATE KING 

EDWARD VII. bust, marble Thomas Brock, R.A. 

1904 HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN bust Alfred Drury, A. 

1905 SON MEILLEUR JOUET statuette, 

bronze Katherine E. Wallis 

1906 CORONATION MEDAL OF THEIR 

MAJESTIES KING GEORGE V. 
AND QUEEN MARY, and other 
medals Frank Bowcher 

1907 His MAJESTY THE KING ON 

HORSEBACK medallion, bronze Frank Bowcher 

1908 IAN, son of J. R. Skinner, Esq. 

bust, marble W. Goscombe John, R.A, 

1909 LIEUT.-COL. R. S. FROWD 

WALKER, C.M.G. bust,bronze 

Charles L. HartweU 



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1910 POLO : riding off equestrian 

group, b r onze Cecil Brown 

1911 THE LATE EARL OF CARLISLE 

plaque, bronze David Me GUI 

1912 THE SCULPTOR'S DAUGHTER, 

Kate bust Birnie Rhind 

1913 SIR EDWARD LETCHWORTH bust, 

marble Tom R. Essex 

1914 "LA PAYSANNE" -bust Jessie M. Law son 

1915 MONTAGU PYKE, ESQ. bust, 

bronze F. Lynn-Jenkins 

1916 THE MARQUESS OF WORCESTER 

bust, marble William C. H. King 

1917 THE EXILE statuette Thomas F. Barrett 

1918 MEDALLION, bronze Joseph B. Fetch 

1919 DESIGN FOR A MEDAL ... Harold Brownsword 

1920 THE CATAPULT statuette, bronze W. Reid Dick 

1921 MEDAL TO COMMEMORATE THE 

FEDERATION OF SOUTH AFRICA 

silver Newbnry A. Trent 

1922 NURSE statuette, bronze James A. Stevenson 

1923 THE DAWN OF THOUGHT bust, 

bronze S. W. Ward Willis 

1924 ALPHEUS AND ARETHUSA relief, 

marble Henry Pegram, A. 

1925 SILVER CASKET Florence H. Steele 

1926 AVIATION AND THE DRAMA 

model for silver group Ferdinand V. Blundstont 



IQII] LECTURE ROOM. 113 

1927 CASE OF PORTRAIT MEDALLIONS 

bronze and silver Harriet S. Stewart 

1928 " LITTLE ANNA " statuette, 

bronze Frances Burlison 

1929 R. EDWARD MOIRA bust, bronze Edouard Lanteri 

1930 THE NEW BOOK relief Helen Langley 

1931 DAPHNE statuette Gladys Holman Hunt 

1932 CASE OF Two MEDALS silver Ethel A. C. Harris 

1933 GALATEA bust, marble F. Arnold Wright 

1934 ELIOT, son of Stanley H. Hodgkin, 

Esq. medallion, bronze ... G. Heather Mason 

1935 "THE DOLPHIN" medal for 

swimming, bron ze Hubert Paton 

1936 GEORGE HILLYARD SWINSTEAD, 

ESQ. bust, bronze ... Frank M. Taubman 

1937 CASE OF THREE MEDALS Ethel A. C. Harris 

1938 A YOUNG CALF TIED UP FOR 

THE FIRST TIME statuette, 

bronze Marie C. Nielsen 

1939 MIRANDA bust Percy Portsmouth 

1940 MRS. SLADE- JONES bust Charles Beacon 

1941 LOVE'S LESSON group, marble Thomas Tyrrell 

1942 POSSESSION group, marble ..'. Paul R. Mont ford 

1943 Miss MARGERY CHEESMAN relief Gilbert Ledward 

1944 PROGRESS AND CONVENTION 

relief Robert S. Shearer 



114 LECTURE ROOM. [1911 

1945 BACCHANTE statuette Jessie M. Law son 

1946 PORTRAIT BUST Harriet S. Stewart 

1947 His MAJESTY THE LATE KING 

EDWARD VII. bust, marble. 

For the British Chamber of 

Commerce in Paris A. Bruce-Joy 

1948 MEDAL. For the Worshipful 

Company of Founders A Stanley Young 

1949 THE LATE J. M. SWAN, R.A. 

medallion, bronze Mary A. Swan 

1950 Miss DOROTHEA DIRCKS por- 

trait bust * .... Henry Poole 

1951 PAN statuette Frank M. Taubman 

1952 SYMPATHY group, bronze ... Reginald F. Wells 

1953 AN UNDINE statuette, bronze E. Kathleen Wheeler 

1954 THE POT-BOILER statuette, bronze 

Alexander J. Leslie 

1955 JEANNE D'ARC statuette, bronze Oscar Waldmann 

1956 ARTEMIS group, bronze and enamel Gilbert Bayes 

1957 HESITANCY statue Henry Poole 

1958 THE LATE ARCHBISHOP WILLIAM 

WEST JONES. Model of part of 
memorial to be erected in Cape- 
town Cathedral Charles L. Hartwel 

1959 His MAJESTY THE KING 

statue, marble. To be erected in 
the Queen Victoria Memorial 
Hall, Calcutta ... Hamo Thornycroft, R.< 



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1960 "PETER PAN." To be erected in 

bronze in Kensington Gardens 

Sir George Frampton^ R.A. 

1961 HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN 

statue, marble. To be erected 
in the Queen Victoria Memorial 
Hall, Calcutta Sir George Frampton, R.A. 

1962 THE LATE GEN. THE RT. HON. 

SIR REDVERS BULLER, V.C., 
G.C.B. Bronze recumbent effigy 
for Winchester Cathedral Bertram Mackennal^ A. 

1963 NAUSICAA statue Basil Gotto 

In Gallery No. VI. 

1 964 SKETCH MODEL OF THE NATIONAL 

MEMORIAL TO GAINSBOROUGH. 

To beerected at Svdbury Bertram Mackennal, A. 

1965 CENTRAL FEATURE FOR A SMALL 

FORMAL GARDEN group ... S. Nicholson Babb 

In Gallery No. VII. 

1966 THE BLESSED VIRGIN statuette, 

bronze E. M. and D. A. A. Rope 

1967 A BACCHANTE statuette, bronze Charles Sykes 

In Gallery No. IX. 

1968 DAWN statuette Charles L. J. D&man 

1969 FORSAKEN statuette ... Jeannette L. Franklin 



ii6 SCULPTURE. [1911 

In Architectural Room. 

1970 "MONTY" statuette Nellie G. P. Price 

1971 STATUETTE pear-wood Amand Adams on 

" While poor mankind lies in dumb agony 
God gave to me the power to voice my pain." 

1972 DISTURBED group, bronze ... A Brook Hitch 

1973 DESIGN FOR A FOUNTAIN FOR 

AN ITALIAN GARDEN F. Lynn-Jenkins 

In Gallery No. XL 

1974 GENERAL ARMSTRONG eques- 

trian statuette. To be placed in 
the Hampton Normal and Agri- 
cultural Institute^ Hampton^ 
Virginia A. Bertram Pegram 

1975 CENTRE-PIECE silver ... Richard R. Gouldtn 



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LIST OF THE EXHIBITORS, 1911, 

WITH THEIR ADDRESSES. 



"45* The Figures at the End of the Exhibitors'" Names and Addresses refer 
to the corresponding Numbers in the Catalogue. 



ALMA-TADEMA, Sir L., R.A., O.M., 34 Grove-end-road, N.W. 

208, 209, 1444 

Acheson, A. C. (Miss), 8 Kensington-crescent, W. 1864 
Adam, P. W., Ardilea, North Berwick 6l 

Adams, C. J., Glenfield, Waverley Estate, Farnham, Surrey 900 
Adams, H. W., The Studio, Pierpoint-street, Worcester 102, 138 
Adams, W. D., 71 Ladbroke-road, W. 318, 937 
Adamson, A., c/o W. F. Malcolm & Co., 36 Leadenhall -street, E.C, 

1971 

Adamson, J., 3 Steele's Studios, Haverstock-hill, N.W. 160 
Adamson, L. (Miss), 3 Harwood-mansions, Walham-green, S.W. 

1855 

Adderton, C. W., Ockbrook, near Derby 8oi 

Adkins, H. S. (Miss), 39 Upper Rock-gardens, Brighton 560 

Affleck, W., 23 Leppoc-road, Clapham-park, S.W. 969 

Aickman, W. A., 34 Gresham-street, E.G. 1562 

Aiken, J. M., 183 A Union-street, Aberdeen 454 

Airy, A. (Miss), 5 Parkhill-road Studios, Haverstock-hill, N.W. 340 

Alder, R. (Miss), Amoril-house, Batheaston, Somerset 1342 

Alexander, G. L., 29 Bury-street, St. James's, S.W. 1503 

Alexander, R. G. D., Priest's-cottage, Brentwood 998 

Algie, J. (Miss), Easter Livelands, Stirling, N.B. 652 



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Allan, R. W., 62 Buckingham-gate, S.W. 766 

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

1784 

Allen, G. P., Dacre-house, Arundel-street, Strand, W.C. 1632 
Allport, C. L. (Miss), 7 A Elm-tree-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 

1043 

Alma-Tadema, A. (Miss), 34 Grove-end-road, N.W. 513 
Althaus, F., 75 Cookridge-street, Leeds 1089 
Altson, A., 6 St. Paul's Studios, West Kensington, W. 634 
Amschewitz, J. H., 2 Park-hill Studios, Park-hill-road, Hampstead, 

N.W. 963 

Anderson, S., 2 Fowler's- walk, Brentham, Ealing, W. 1363, 1401 
Andrews, D. G. (Mrs.), 15 Lenton-avenue, The Park, Nottingham 

1188, 1230 

Ansell, W., 10 New-square, Lincoln's-inn, W.C. 1349, 1429 
Anzino, G. P., Wahroonga, Nepean-street, Roehampton, S.W. 13 
Armstrong, C. (Miss), 76 Longridge-road, Kensington, S.W. 641 
Arnold, A. M. (Mrs.), 49 Roland-gardens, S.W. 1149 
Arnold, M. (Miss), The Causeway-house, Horsham 1214 
Ashley, H. V., and W. Newman (Messrs), 14 Gray's-inn-square, W.C. 

1676 
Ashton, L, Sydney Art School, Queen Victoria-market, Sydney, 

N.S.W. 278 

Atkinson, G., 27 Harcourt-street, Dublin 1355, J 3^9 
Atkinson, J., Broad Carr, Glaisdale, Yorks 901 
Atkinson, R., 2 South-square, Gray's-inn, W.C. 1666, 1695 
Aumonier, J., 142 Adelaide-road, N.W. 402 

Austen, W. (Miss), 3 Warwick-avenue, Maida-hill, W. 1406, 1420 
Axford, E. (Miss), Maycourt, Campden-road, South Croydon 1261 
Ay ling, R. S., 8 Dartmouth-street, Westminster, S.W. 1501 
Ayoub, K. (Mrs.), 29 Brook-green, W. 1222 



BROCK, T., R.A., The Studio, 30 Osnaburgh-street, Regent 's-park, 

N.W. 1903 
BACON, J. H. F., A., II Queen's-gate-terrace, S.W. 134, 280, 388, 

767 
BLOMFIELD, R. T., A., New-court, Temple, E.G. 1649, 1667 



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BRAMLEY, F., A., Tongue Ghyll, Grasmere 142, 275, 784 
BROWN, A., A., 12 Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 191, 304, 378 
Babb, S. N., The Studio, St. Dunstan's-road, Baron's-court, W. 1717, 

1965 

Badcock, E. B. (Mrs.), 7 Pembridge-crescent, W. 965 
Badeley, J., 36 Buckingham-gate, S.W. 1383, 1384, 1387 
Badham, E. L., 3 St. Matthew's-drive, St. Leonard's-on-Sea 730 
Bailey, R. L. (Mrs. G.), 8 Addison-bridge-place, Kensington, W. 

1776 

Baker, B. (Miss), Sneed-cottage, Whetstone, N. 1075 
Baker, G. A., 14 West-hill-road, Brighton 510 
Baker, P. B., Studio B, 404 Fulham-road, S.W. 1763, 1801, 1886 
Bale, E., n Grove-end-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 884, 1063 
Ball, W., Summerset, Lymington, Hants 972 
Baragwanath, F., 138 Fleet-street, E.G. 871 
Barkas, H. D., 70 London-street, Reading 1025 
Barlow, J. N., St. Ive's, Cornwall 20 
Barnard, E. M. (Miss), c/o Miss Cummins, Artillery-mansions, S.W. 

812 

Barnes, M. L. (Miss), 35 Cliftonville-avenue, Margate 902, 985 
Barraud, F., 9 Melina-place, Grove-end-road, N.W. 703 
Barrett, T. F., 43 Conington-road, Lewisham, S.E. 1917 
Barrow, E. (Miss), 3 Westbourne-terrace, Combe Martin, Devon 911 
Barry, C. F., St.' Leonard's-hill, Windsor 127 
Bartlett, A., n Adam-street, Adelphi, W.C. 1598 
Barton, R. (Miss), 37 St. James's-place, S.W. 971 
Bateman, C. E., 18 Bennett 's-hill, Birmingham 1571 
Batten, J. D., The Halsteads, East Sheen, S.W. 895 
Baumer, L., 5 Greville-place, N.W. 1466 
Bayes, G. (Mrs.), 40 Boundary-road, N.W. 1832, 1875 
Bayes, G., 40 Boundary-road, N.W: 1881, 1956 
Beacon, C., The Studio, 7 Albert-place, Kensington, W. 1940 
Beadle, J. P., 173 Eldon-road, Kensington, W. I2O, 190 
Beaumont, F., 6 William-street, Lowndes-square, S.W. 781 
Becker, H., I Beaumont-road Studios, West Kensington, W. 380 
Beckett, R. T., 7 Abbey-buildings, Chester 1596, 1599, 1658 
Beken, A. (Miss), 109 Brecknock-road, N. 859 
Bell, A. G., York-house, Portugal-st., Lincoln's-inn, W.C. 359, 496 
Bell, L. H. (Miss), The Studio, 13 Rudall-crescent, Hampstead, N.W. 

-923. 1232 



120 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Benett, N., Dorchester, Wallingford 1062 

Benger, B., The Grange, Fittleworth, Sussex 934 

Benham, T. C. S., Walberswick, Southwold, Suffolk 919 

Bennett, F. E. (Miss), 115 Ebury-street, S.W. 1125 

Bennett, F. M., 188 Ebury-street, S.W. 99, 433 

Bennett, W. B., 138 High-street, Bushey, Herts 847 

Bentley, A., 40 Park-mansions, Battersea-park, S.W. 1368 

Berrington, A., Prenton-hill, Birkenhead 1489 

Bewsey, J. C., u Elm-grove, Cricklewood, N.W. 1640 

Bigland, P., 29 Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W. 680 

Bigwood, M. (Mrs.), 3 Sundial-house, High-st., Kensington, W. 679 

Bill, M. F. (Miss), 26 Stafford-place Studios, Buckingham-gate, S.W. 

1165, 1238 

Bilson, J., 23 Parliament-street, Hull 1703 
Birch, L., The Hut, Whimple, Devon 480, 741 
Birch, S. J. L., Lamorna, Penzance 90, 152 

Bird, D., and R. Oldham (Messrs.), Brazennose-st., Manchester 1634 
Bird, G. F., 118 Cheyne-walk, S.W. 89, 434 
Bird, W., 34 Acacia-road, N.W. 1299 
Birley, O., 48 Grove-end-road, N.W. 30, 328, 421 
Bishop, W. F., 3 Slater-street, Liverpool 889 
Black, A. J., 241 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. 92, 176 
Blacklock, W. K., Studio, 46 Gunter-grove, Chelsea, S.W. 802 
Blomfield, A., 6 Montagu -place, Baker-street, W. 1487 
Blow, D., and F. Billerey (Messrs.), 3 Pall-mall East, S.W. 1709, 

1712 
Blundstone, F. V., 5 St. John's- wood Studios, Queen's-terrace, N.W. 

1926 

Bolingbroke, M. (Miss), 19 Girdlers-road, W. 1386, 1426 
Boot, W. H. J., I Cannon-place, Hampstead, N.W. 799 
Booth, M. (Mrs.), 70 Overstrand-mansions, Battersea-park, S.W. 

ion, 1267 

Bottomley, A. E., Inglenook, South-park, Reigate 619 
Boutcher, C. G., 40 Gt. James-street, W.C. 1504 
Bovill, D. A. (Miss), May bury, Sea- view, Isle-of- Wight 1176 
Bowcher, F., 35 Fairfax-road, Bedford-park, W. 1900, 1906, 1907 
Bowen, L. (Miss), 3 Phillimore-terrace, Kensington, W. 149 
Bo wen, O., Evenholm, East Keswick, Leeds 347 
Bowling, C. D., 250 Abingdon-road, Oxford 865, 1029 
Bowman, J., Elstree, Herts 177 



19"] THE EXHIBITORS. 121 

Boxer, P. N., 151 Burnt-ash-hill, Lee, S.E. 1446 

Brace, A., 88 Gower-street, W.C. 1680 

Braine, A. (Miss), 15 Bartholomew-road, Camden-road, N. 1199, 1277 

Breakspeare, W. A., I The Mall, Parkhill-road, Haverstock-hill, N.W. 

507 

Brewer, H. C., 83 St. Quintin's-avenue, W. 893, 916 
Brewill and Baily (Messrs.), 44 Parliament-street, Nottingham 1493, 

1547 

Bridgman, F. A., 29 Avenue Daubigny, Paris, XVII e 251 
Bridgman, M. (Miss), 49 Winterbrook-road, Herne-hill, S.E. 1143 
Bridgwater, H. M. (Miss), 18 St. Ann's-villas, Holland-park, W. 

1048 

Briggs, E. E., Dalbeathie, Dunkeld, Perthshire 914 
Bright, B. (Miss), 3 The Avenue Studios, 76 Fulham-road, S.W. 73 
Brinson, J. P., West Woodlands, Reading 1051 

Brisley, E. C. (Miss), n Channel-side-bungalows, Bexhill-on-Sea 1175 
Broadbent, A., 5 Fulham Studios, S.W. 1844 
Broadhead, M. E. (Miss), loo Clarence-road, Manchester 1240 
Brock, E., Merrieweathers, May field, Sussex 320 
Brock, R. H., Arundine-house, Madingley-road, Cambridge 688 
Brockbank, A. E., 19 Cavendish-road, Blundellsands, Liverpool 204, 

600 

Bromet and Thorman (Messrs.), Tadcaster, Yorks 1586, 1604 
Brooke, L. L., 14 Marlborough-hill, N.W.- 579 
Brooks, J., 85 Alexandra- road, Birmingham 5^8 
Brooks, M. L. (Mrs.), 18 Weech-road, West Hampstead, N.W. 1213 
Brougier, A., I Langham-chambers, Portland-place, W. 212 
Brown, C., Shackleford, Godalming 1836, 1896, 1910 
Brown, D. B., Studio, 26 Camden-mews, Camden-square, N.W. 

1817 

Brown, E., 124 Castle-road, Bedford 8l I 
Brown, K., I52A Renfrew-street, Glasgow 1738 
Brown, M., Clarendon-house, South Ealing, W. 1813 
Brown, M. A. (Mrs.), 12 Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 739 
Brown, T. A., 424 Fulham-road, S.W. 155 
Browne, H. E. J., 2 Canning-place, Palace-gate, W. 411 
Browne, I. M. (Miss), Stamford-bridge Studios, Fulham-road, S.W. 

1863 

Browne, N. J. (Miss), 9 Banbury-road, Oxford 1789, 1806 
Browning, A. K. (Miss), Kitchen-end, Ampthill, Beds. 4 



122 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Brownsword, H., 122 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. 1919 

Bruce-Joy, A., The Studio, Beaumont -road, West Kensington, W. 

1947 

Bruckman, W. L., 10 Tor Gardens, Campden-hill, W. 794 

Bruhl, L. B., Triplow, Romford 414 

Brundrit, R. G., c/o Bourlet & Sons, 17 Nassau -street, W. 727 

Brunskill, B. A. S., 16 Cintra-park, Upper Norwood, S.E. 1014 

Bryant, C., 48 Redcliffe-road, S.W. 352 

Buchanan, I. (Miss), 91 Elgin-crescent, Notting-hill, W. 1182, 1254 

Buchel, C. A., 120 Fellows-road, Hampstead, N.W. 27 

Buckland, A. H., 169 King's-road, Camden-road, N.W. 6i2 

Buckley, B. (Miss), 25 Douglas-mansions, 120 Cromwell-road, S.W. 

1314 

Bucknall, C. C. (Miss), 13 Whatley-road, Clifton, Bristol 1191 

Bucknall, E., 80 Duke-street, Chelmsford 5 

Bucknill, J. B. (Miss), Hy lands-house, Epsom 1270 

Budd, H. A., 241 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. -159, 391 

Bulley, G. E. (Miss), 9 Walton-place, S.W. 1189 

Bullock, E. H., 3 Raymond-buildings, Gray's-inn, W.C. 1578 

Bulman, H. H., 51 Oakhill-road, Putney, S.W. 828, 841 

Bunbury, H. St. P., 25 Mount-park-crescent, Ealing, W. 755 

Bundy, E., 4 The Mall, Park-hill-road, Haverstock-hill, N.W. 452 

Burchett, A., 28 Willoughby-road, Hampstead, N.W. 752 

Burgess, A. J. W., 2 Marlborough Studios, I2A Finchley-road, N.W. 

126, 247 

Burgess, E. M. (Miss), 35 Addison-road, Walthamstow 885, 1290 
Burlison, F. (Miss), 2 Elm-row, Hampstead, N.W. 1928 
Burn, G. M., Amberley, Sussex 101 

Burne-Jones, P. (Sir), Bt., 41 Egerton-terrace, S.W. 115, 820, 1049 
Burns, L. (Miss), 39 Queen's Gate-gardens, S.W. 1138 
Burrell, H. T. (Mrs.), Neville-cottage, Newcastle-on-Tyne 1172 
Burrington, A., c/o Cole Bros., 2 Percy-street, W. 818, 926 
Burrows, W. F., 38 Wilton-place, Knightsbridge, S.W. 564 
Burton, A. G. (Miss), Cockloft Studios, 35 Cochrane-street, St. John's- 

wood, N.W. 1097, I26 5 

Burton, S. R., 16 Bickerton-road, Highgate, N. 1891 
Bush, R. E. J., 58 Downs-park-east, Westbury-park, Bristol 1437 
Bushby, T., Victoria-lodge, Currock, Carlisle 984 
Butchart, T. (Miss), Armadale, Barrow-in-Furness 1303 
Butler, E. (Lady), Bansha, Co. Tipperary 877 



19"] THE EXHIBITORS. 123 

Butler, F. E. (Miss), 26 Vicarage-road, Rugby 1185 

Butler, G. E., Woodcroft, Eastfield-road, Westbury-on-Trym, Glos. 22 

Buzzard, M. C. (Miss), Furzefield-house, Reigate 1727 



CLAUSEN, G., R.A., 61 Carlton-hill, N. W. 59, 195, 268, 357, 428, 

551 

COPE, A. S., R.A., Little Campden-house, Gloucester- walk, Ken- 
sington, W. 50, 178, 244, 284, 363, 438 

CROFTS, E. (the late), R.A.2V] 

CAMERON, D. Y., A., Dun Eaglais, Kippen, Stirlingshire 1402, 

1405 
COLTON, W. R., A., 5 St. Mary Abbott's-place, Kensington, W. 



COWPER, F. C., A., 2 Edwardes-square Studios, Kensington, W. 

974 

Cadell, St. J. (Miss), 20 Murrayfield-drive, Edinburgh 687 

Calderon, W. F., 7 Hill-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 58 

Camm, F.- (Miss), The Studio, 197 High-street, Smethwick 1518, 

1585 

Camm, W. H., High-street, Smethwick 1509, 1524, 1711 
Canziani, E. (Miss), 3 Palace-green, Kensington, W. 182, 788, 798 
Carey, M. H. (Miss), Lea Copse, Burgess-hill, Sussex 277 
Carline, S. W., 3 Park-crescent, Oxford 1880 
Carlos, E. S., 42 Foxley-road, North Brixton, S.W. $02 
Caroe, W. D., 3 Great College-street, Westminster, S.W. 1602, 1609 
Carpmael, C. (Mrs.), 5 Oakley Studios, Upper Cheyne-row, S.W. 589 
Carr, A M. (Mrs.), Broughton, Esher, Surrey 1325 
Carter, F., 37 Frederick-street, W.C. 1430, 1458 
Carter, F. T., 18 Nun's-street, Newcastle-on-Tyne 710 
Carter, J. C., Manor-house, Prestbury, Glos. 1564, 1592 
Castelow, C., Forest-hill, Roundhay, Leeds 1573, 1662 
Castle, C., 23 Bardolph-road, Tuffnell-.park, N. 1268 
Chadburn, H., 47 Haverstock-hill, N.W. 504 
Chamberlin, A. G. (Mrs.), 28 Alexandra-road, South Hampstead, 

N.W. 1250 
Chambers, M. H. B. (Miss), Zoffany-house, King's Langley, Herts 

1328 



124 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Chance, W. M., 67 Rudolph-road, Bushey, Herts 793 

Chandler, W. F., 50 Pembroke-road, Kensington, W. 1452 

Chapman, H. A., Prudential-buildings, Park-row, Leeds 1620 

Chappel, E., 24 Gunter-grove, Chelsea, S.W. 258 

Charlton, E. W., Hilden, Boldre, Lymington, Hants 1379, 1395, 1440 

Charlton, J., 6 William-street, Knightsbridge, S.W. 361, 419, 474 

Cheesman, E. (Miss), 127 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. 1054 

Chettle, E. M. (Miss), The Firs, Sharnbrook, Beds 991, 1086 

Chevalier, A. M., 76 A Westbourne-grove, W. 1022 

Childers, M. (Miss), 55A Bedford-gardens, W. 231 

Chilton, M. I. (Miss), 14 Cambridge-park, Bristol 1061 

Chipperfield, P. E. (Miss), 794 Fulham-road, S.W. 1210, 1246 

Christie, R., 43 Blenheim-crescent, Notting-hill, W. 240 

Christmas, E. W., c/o Bradley & Co., 81 Charlotte-street, W. 439, 

565 

Clark, J. S., Studio, 50 West-street, Gateshead II2I 

Clark-Kennedy, G. M. (Miss), Ewhurst-rectory, Guildford 949 

Clarke, B. (Miss), 16 Addison-road-north, W. 290 

Clarke, E. T. (Miss), Glen Leigh, Haringey-park, Crouch-end, N. 1204 

Clarke, M., 4 Queen-square, Bloomsbury, W.C. 1690 

Clarke, R. E., 33 Oak-road, Scarborough 898 

Clarkson, G. H., 10 Princess-street, Sunderland 1807 

Clemens, B., 23 Fitzroy-square, W. 1722 

Clink, E. L. (Miss), Littlehampton, Sussex 1273 

Codd, J., 2 Altofts-gardens, Ventnor, Isle of Wight 1625 

Cogswell, G., 28 Theobald's-road, W.C. 1600 

Cohen, I., I3A Pembridge-place, Bayswater, W. 65, 336, 345 

Cole, L. (Miss), Hinderwell, Yorks 912 

Cole, R. V., 9 New-road, Campden-hill, W. 14, 309 

Collcutt and Hamp (Messrs.), 36 Bloomsbury-square, W.C. 1490 

Collier, J. (Hon.), 69 Eton-avenue, N.W. 189, 210, 485 

Ceilings, A. H., 42 Chepstow-villas, W. 397 

Collingwood, E. M. D. (Mrs.), Lanehead, Coniston 1311 

Collins, A. L., Woodside, Knockholt, Sevenoaks 860 

Compton, E. T., Feldafing, Bavaria 308 

Cook, A. M. (Mrs.), 21 Oxford-road, Kilburn, N.W. 1005 

Cooke, A. C., 7 Sarre-road, West Hampstead, N.W. 287 

Cooke, E. A., Normanton-on-the- Wolds, Notts 468 

Cooke, J., 2 Trafalgar Studios, Manresa-road, S.W. 371 

Cookesley, M. M. (Mrs.), 7 Cromwell-place, S.W. 1023 



I9ii] THE EXHIBITORS. 125 

Cooper, A., n Oration-road, West Kensington, W. 572 

Copnall, F. T., 3 Westminster-chambers, Crosshall-street, Liverpool 

401, 442 

Corbet, E. (Mrs. M. R.), 54 Circus-road, N.W. 261, 578 
Corblet, C. J., 355 A Clapham-road, S.W. 1701 
Corlette, H. C., 2 New-square, Lincoln's-inn, W.C. 1626 
Coutts, H., Hammerbank, Windermere 8oo, 849, 890 
Cowham, H. (Miss), 33 Cheniston-gardens, Kensington, V . "^63 
Cowper, M., Art Club, Blackheath, S.E. 553, 6~6 
Cox, E. A., 105 Powerscroft-road, Clapton, N.E. 1044 
Craft, P. R., 57 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. 125 
Craig, F., Ewhurst, Surrey 281, 406 
Crane, L., c/o T. Cook & Sons, Cairo 1038 
Crane, L. F., 14 North Audley-street, W. 1681, 1682 
Crawford, R. G., Studio, 108 Rouge Bouillon, Jersey 694 
Crawford, T. H., 33 Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead 1353 
Creswell, H. O., 17 Buckingham-street, Adelphi, W.C. 1556, 1663 
Crisp, L. M. (Miss), 92 Goldhurst-terrace, South Hampstead, N.W. 

HOI, 1126 

Crompton, O., 13 Amberley-street, Sunderland 1803 
Crook, T. M., 10 Gainsborough- road, Bedford-park, W. 1741 
Crosbie, L. S., 28 John-street, Bedford-row, W.C. 1530 
Crossland, J. H., Broughton-in-Furness 150 
Cruttwell, W. H.' G., Oxford-lodge, St. Leonard's-road, Surbiton 

1302 

Cull, A. B., Hibernia, Gayton-road, Harrow-on-the-hill 333 
Cullen, F., Latchmoor, Gerrard's Cross 645 

Cundell, N. L. M. (Miss), Llantarnam -house, Blackheath, S.E. 721 
Cuneo, C., 215 Uxbridge-road, W. 32, 292, 671 
Cunliffe, R. II., 5 Birch-street, Accrington 1601, 1627 
Currey, E. (Miss), 45 Burton-court, Lower Sloane-street, S.W. 1866 
Curth, G. M. (Miss), 5 Victoria-street, S.W. 666 



DAGNAN-BOUVERET, P. A. J., H.F.A., 133 Boulevard Bineau, 

Neuilly, o/Seine, France 194 
DAVIS, H. W. B., R.A., 7 Pembridge- crescent, W, 173, 215, 323, 

344. 349, 369 



126 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

DICKSEE, F., R.A., 3 Greville-place, Maida-vale, N.W. 15, 220, 

270,343 

DRURY, A., A., 6 Gunter-grove, Chelsea, S.W. 1758, 1766, 1884, 

IQOI, 1904 

Da Costa, J., I Launceston-place, Kensington, W. 381 
Dalglish, E. (Miss), 16 West Cromwell-road, S.W. 570 
Dalton, M. (Miss), 26 Belsize-lane, Hampstead, N.W. 1282 
Daniel, H., The White Cottage, Play den, Sussex 732 
Davey, E. M. (Miss), 29 Melville-road, Barnes, S.W. 1269 
Davidson, C. T., Lindfield, Swanage, Dorset 954 
Davidson, T. G., 2 Vinery-villas, Park-road, N.W. 1624 
Davidson, W., 54 Queen-street, Edinburgh 1597 
Davies, J. (Mrs.), The Goodwyns, Cosham, Hants 1333 
Davis, H. S., and H. F. Trew (Messrs.) County-chambers, Gloucester 

1589 

Davis, V., 6A Abercorn-place, N.W. 242, 789 

Dawber, E. G., 22 Buckingham-street, Adelphi, W.C. 1545, 1661, 1698 
Dawson, E. B. (Mrs. N.), Swan-house, Chiswick-mall, W. 1024, 

1084 

Dawson, Madge (Miss), 22 P'orest-drive-west, Leytonstone, E. 1017 
Dawson, Marion (Miss), 13 Oakley-street, Chelsea, S.W. 266 
Dawson, N., Swan-house, Chiswick-mall, W. 837, 913 
Day, P., Moor-view, Crawley-road, Luton 596, 657 
Dean, F., 85 Victoria-road, Headingley, Leeds 946 
Deanes, H. C. (Mrs.), 1838 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. 787 
de Bille, Ch., I4A Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 778 
de Hamel, M. (Miss), 43 Argyll-road, Kensington, W. 714 
Dick, D. J. (Mrs.), Kensington-gardens Studios, Notting-hill-gate, W. 

1771 
Dick, W. R., 3 Clifton-hill Studios, St. John's-wood, N.W. 1761, 

1892, 1920 

Dickinson, M. (Miss), 160 Cromwell-road, S. W. 1468 
Dicksee, H., Oak-house, Kidderpore-avenue, N.W. 1422 
Dickson, W. P., $ Pomona Studios, in New King's-road, Fulham, 

S.W. 543 

Dixon, C., 90 Coleherne-court, Earl's Court, S.W. 883 
Dixon, C. M., Chapelgarth, Stokesley S.O., Yorks 116, 218 
Dobie, J., Kentmere, The Mall, Southgate, N. 1470 
Dodd, C. T., Hillgarth, Tunbridge Wells 1045 
Dollman, J. C., Hove-house, Newton-grove, Bedford-park, W. 757 



1911] THE EXHIBITORS. 127 

Dollman, R. (Miss), Hove-house, Newton-grove, Bedford-park, W. 

803, 823, 826 

Doman, C. L. J., 17 Hazelbourne-road, Balham-hill, S.W. 1968 
Donne, W., 22 Holland-park-avenue, W. 9, 484 
Donne, W. (Mrs.), 22 Holland-park-avenue, W. 122 
Donnithorne, V. (Miss), 4 Palace-gardens-terrace, W. 26 
Douglas, A. (Mrs.), 55 Albert-court, Kensington-gore, S.W. 1147 
Douglas, M. M. (Mrs.), St. Ives, Cornwall 1245 
Douton, I. F. (Miss), 24 South Audley -street, W. 1139 
Downey, A. J., 63 Berners-street, W. 1388 
Downing, H. P. B., 12 Little-college-street, Westminster, S.W. 1595, 

1622 

Downs, E., 12 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. 675, 724 
Draper, H., 15 Abbey-road, N.W. 667 
Drew, H. J., Rosslare, London-road, Norbury, S.W. 833 
Drew, S. (Miss), Blatchfold, Chilworth, Surrey 1002 
Duff, J. R. K., Oakview, Hendon, N.W. 435 
Dugdale, T. C., 243 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. 21, 367, 653 
Durrant, A. M., Leverstock-green, Hemel Hempstead 14)85 
Dvorak, F., Sylvadene, 234 Willesden-lane, N.W. 198, 385, 398 
Dyer, M. G. (Miss), Ringwood, Hants 638 



EAST, Sir A., A., 2 Spenser-street, Victoria-street, S.,W. 12, 124, 

147, 248, 922, 948 

Eastman, F. S., 14 Edith-villas, West Kensington, W. 780 
Eastman, M. (Mrs. F. S.), 14 Edith-villas, West Kensington, W. 

1117, 1118, 1119 

Eddington, A. C., 118 Stanhope-street, N.W. 1569 
Edmunds, N. M. H. (Miss), 79 Casewick-road, West Norwood, S.E. 



Edwards, M. (Miss), The Grange, Royston-park, Pinner 193, 120$ 

Eland, J. S., 39 Brook-street, Grosvenor-square, W. 975 

Elgood, F. M., 98 Wimpole-street, W. 1483 

Ellis, T., 19 Westmoreland-road, Barnes, S.W. 855 

Else, J., 70A Beaufort-street, Chelsea, S.W. 1734 

Elwell, F. W., Park-cottage, Beverley, Yorks 298 

Emerson, W. (Sir), 76 Victoria-street, S.W. 1491 

Emslie, R. M. (Mrs. A. E.), Rye-lane, Sevenoaks 1 109, II3[ 0, I III 



128 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Enfield, M. P. (Miss), Bramcote, nr. Nottingham 1208 

English, E., Staple-inn-buildings, W.C. 1007, 1078 

Ertz, E. H. (Mrs.), Slapton, Kingsbridge, Devon 1033 

Essex, T. R., I Holland-lane, Melbury-road, Kensington, W. 1913 

Esson, M. (Miss), 52 Hamilton-road, Oxford 1281 

Evans, F. M., Penzance Club, Cornwall 910 

Eve, G. W., 116 Adelaide-road, N.W. 1345 

Everard, B. (Mrs.), Bonnefoi, East Transvaal, South Africa 203 

Everett, E. F. (Miss), 170 Kennington-park-road, S.E. 1461 

Everitt, W., 55 Baker-street, W. 1098, 1099 

Eves, E. M. (Miss), 2 Winchester-avenue, Brondesbury, N.W. 1167 

Evill, N., 14 North Audley-street, W. 1557 



Exley, J. R. G., 18 Bateman-street, Cambridge 1397 
Eyre, J., 26 Bridge-road-) 



-west, Battersea, S.W. 888 



FILDES, Sir L., R.A., n Melbury-road, Kensington, W. 100, 129, 

291 
FORBES, S. A., R.A., Higher Faugan, Newlyn, Penzance 40, Il8, 

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

1960, 1961 
FARQUHARSON, J., A., Migvie-lodge, Porchester-gardens, W. 

63, 119, 425, 501 

FISHER, M., A., Hatfield-heath, Essex 53, 72, 243, 262, 276, 683 
Fair and Myer (Messrs.), 39 Furnival-street, E.C. 1650 
Fairbairn, H. (Miss), 89 Onslow-gardens, S.W. 1069 
Falcon, I. (Miss), Kingsland, Milverton, Somerset 1887 
Falkner, A. L. (Miss), 10 Sea- view, St. Ives, Cornwall -630, 637 
Fanner, A. (Miss), The Retreat, Datchet, Bucks 743 
Farey, C. A., n King's-gardens, West-end-lane, N.W. 830, 1040 
Farmer, E. S. (Miss), Cockloft Studios, Cochrane-street, St. John's- 
wood, N.W. 1187 

Farmer, W., I Wilford-street, Nottingham 636 
Fawkes, M. C. (Miss), Elmfield, Cheltenham 593, 1122 
Fearon, H. (Miss), 68 Cathcart Studios, Redcliffe-road, S.W. 36, 299 
Fehr, H. C., 6 The Avenue Studios, 76 Fulham-road, S.W. 1862 
Fell, E. (Mrs.), 10 Old Fort-road, Shoreham, Sussex 1371 
Ferrier, C. W., II Waterloo-place, Pall-mall, S.W. 1697 



1911] THE EXHIBITORS. 129 

Field, G. (Miss), 51 Brunswick -square, Hove, Sussex 1252, 1293 
Field, H., and Simmons (Messrs.), I Langham-chambers, Langham- 

place, W. 1508, 1539 

Fischer, E. H., 8 Stanley -gardens, Hampstead, N.W. 183, 685 
Fisher, A., 12 St. Mary Abbott's-place, Kensington, W. 1786, 1790' 
Fisher, A. H., 81 Strand-on-the-green, Chiswick, W. 1380, 1472 
Fisher, J. (Miss), 9 A Joubert's-mansions, Chelsea, S.W. 656 
Fisher, P. H., Studio, Frimley-road, Camberley, Surrey 892 
Fisher, S. M., 12 Orme-square, W. 754 
Fisher, V., Overponds, Shackleford, Godalming 518 
Fitchew, D. (Miss), The Oriels, Widmore, Bromley, Kent 1462 
Fletcher, A. G. (Mrs. E. J. Houle), Rossinieres, Hollycroft-avenue, 

Hampstead, N.W. 1292 

Fletcher, B., The Willows, Westcott, Dorking 108 
Fletcher, B., & Sons (Messrs.), 29 New Bridge-street, Ludgate-circus, 

E.G. 1560 

Fleuss, O., 115 Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-square, W. 1513 
Flint, W. R., 12 Bedford-road, Bedford-park, W. 816 
Forbes, E. (Mrs. S. A.), Higher Faugan, Newlyn, Penzance 54, 548 
Ford, W. O., 62 Acacia-road, N.W. 356, 695 
Forsyth & Maule (Messrs.), 309 Oxford-street, W. 1541, 1683 
Fortescue, W. B., St. Ives, Cornwall 245 
Fortescue-Brickdale, C. (Sir), 79 Cornwall-gardens, South Kensington, 

S.W. 989 

Foss, J. H. B., 1 6 Great Marlborough-street, W. 1641 
Foster, D. (Mrs. R. Hirst), Bank-house, Batley, Yorks 1036 
Foster, J. E., The Nurseries, Cottingham-road, Hull 351 
Found, J. A., 28 Birkbeck-road, South Ealing, W. 1042 
Fowler, W., 128 Abbey-road, N.W. 96 

Fox, E. P., c/o A. L. Vernon, 10 Abbey-road, N.W. 162, 202, 395 
Fox, S., 37 Markham-square, S.W. 1031 

Fox, W. E., 17 Campden-hill-gardens, Kensington, W. 654, 662 
Frampton, E. R., I Brook-green Studios, Brook-green, W. 213, 896 
France, J. H., and H. B. Laycock, 7 Chapel-walks, Manchester 1612 
Franck, H. (Mrs. Fairlie), 43 Wellington-road, N.W. 561 
Franklin, J. L. (Miss), 32 Hyde-park-gardens, W. 1969 
Frecker, H. E., St. Elmo, Staunton-road, Kingston-on-Thames 1021 
Freer, H. B., Ardmore, Gravesend 1056 
French, A. (Miss), 227 West George-street, Glasgow 797 
Frere, E. C., I Lincoln's-inn-fields, W.C. 1507 



130 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Freyberg, F. P., Piazza Studios, St. Ives, Cornwall 199 
Friedenson, A., Redcliff, Wareham, Dorset 668, 689 
Fripp, I., Kennington Studios, Princes-square, S.E. 228 
Fuller, E. G., St. Ives, Cornwall 486 
Fullwood, A. H., Chelsea Arts Club, S.W. 706 



GOW, A. C., R.A., 30 Grove-end-road, N.W. 577, 854, 863 

GRAHAM, P., R.A., Westoun, St. Andrews, Scotland 169 

GEORGE, E., A., 18 Maddox-street, W. 864, 1515, 1516, 1529 

Gabain, E. (Miss), Manor-house, Bushey, Herts 1479 

Galer, E. C. H. (Miss), no Croxted-road, West Dulwich, S.E. 1318 

Gandy, H., 27 Rodenhurst-road, Clapham-park, S.W. 148 

Gandy, W., 27 Rodenhurst-road, Clapham-park, S.W. 1090 

Garbe, R., Wingletye-lane, Hornchurch, Essex 1713, 1724, 1823 

Gardner, S., Rutland-chambers, St. Peter's-gate, Nottingham 517 

Garratt, A., Buckingham-house, Montpelier-road, Twickenham 7^9 

Garside, O., I Whitehart-lane, Barnes, S.W. 88l 

Garstin, N., Wellington-terrace, Penzance 354, 409 

Gascoyne, A., 7 Shakespeare-street, Nottingham 1607, 1691 

Gaskell, P., 35 Acacia-road, N.W. 814, 1362, 1374 

Gatter, F., I Onslow Studios, King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. 1778, 1856 

Gaudet, C. (Miss), 120 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. 1610 

Gauld, J. R., 17 Fernshaw-road, Chelsea, S.W. 1439 

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

1747 

George, W. S., 13 Edith-terrace, Chelsea, S.W. 658 
Gere, C. M., Painswick, Glos. 341 
Gething, M. (Miss), 12 Alfriston-road, Clapham-common, S.W. 1150, 

"95 

Gibbons, J. H., 107 Marylebone-road, W. 1548, 1628 

Gibbons, J. and Son (Messrs.), 4 St. Mary's-parsonage, Manchester 

1587 

Gibbs, P. W., St. Clements, East Molesey, Surrey 117 

Gibson, B. (Miss), 9 Rue Campagne Premiere, Paris no8 

Gibson, Skipwith, and Gordon (Messrs.), 5 Old Bond-street, W. 

1655, 1660 

Gilbert, A., 39 Fairfax-road, Bedtord-park, W. 528 
Gilchrist, H. H., Arts Club, 40 Dover-street, W. 156 



I9ii] THE EXHIBITORS. 131 

Gilchrist, P. T., Sunder land Point, near Lancaster 591 
Gillick, E. G., HA Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 1769, 1787, 1804 
Gillick, M. G. (Mrs.), HA Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 1815, 1821 
Gimbrett, A. (Miss), 30 St. Mark's-road, North Kensington, W. 1212 
Girling, D. (Miss), 25 Warwick-gardens, Kensington, W. 497 
Glazebrook, H. de T., 76 Elm-park-road, Chelsea, S.W. 286, 301, 

717 

Gleichen, F. (Countess), Studio, St. James's-palace, S.W. 1826, 1868 
Gloag, I. L., 54 Elm-park-gardens, S.W. 303 
Glynn, J., Caldy, West Kirby, Cheshire 1026, 1091 
Godson, J. B., 27 Paultons-square, Chelsea, S.W. 1348 
Goetze, L., 86 Carlton-hill, N.W. 1357 
Goetze, S., Grove-house, Regent's-park, N.W. 775 
Goldie, C., La Scellerie, St. Servan, Ille et Vilaine, France 39 
Goodall, J. E., 7 The Studios, 116 Brecknock-road, N.W. 887 
Goodman, R. G., 56 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. 457 659 
Goodwin, A., Ellerslie, Bexhill-on-Sea 45, 796, 962 
Goodwin, E. M. (Miss), Ellerslie-lane, Bexhill, Sussex 1096 
Gotch, T. C., Wheal Betsy-cottage, Newlyn, Penzance 234, 415 
Gotch and Saunders (Messrs.), Bank-chambers, Kettering 1672 
Gotto, B., 41 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 1745, 1963 
Gough, A. J., Mill-lane-cottage, West Hampstead, N.W. 1464, 1478 
Goulden, R. R., 426 Fulham-road, S.W. 1975 
Gow, M. (Miss), 36 Grove-end-road, N.W. 886, 933 
Gowan, M. (Miss), 5 Tankerville-road, Streatham-common, S.W. 

1231 

Graham, F. J. (Miss), Carnethick, Fowey, Cornwall 1158, 1274 
Graham, G., c/o J. R. Flitch, Moor Allerton, Leeds 69, 540 
Grahame, H., I Hamston-house, Kensington-court-place, W. 1004 
Gray, M. E. (Miss), 39 Holland-park-road, Kensington, W. 143 
Green, D., 30 Fairfax-road, South Hampstead, N.W. 924 
Green, W. C., 14 Gray's-inn-square, W.C. 1536 
Gregory, C. (Miss), 59 Park-road, Chiswick, W. 1879 
Greiffenhagen, M., 12 Loudoun-road, St. John's- wood, N.W. 75^ 
Greig, E. (Mrs.), 21 Ravenscourt-park, W. 1256 
Grey, E. F. (Mrs.), 23 Framlington-place, Newcastle-on-Tyne 7 12 
Cribble, B. F., Waimarino, Rickmansworth, Herts 763, 765 
Griffith, H. (Miss), Cockloft Studios, Cochrane-street, St. John's-wood, 

N.W. 1320 
Griffith, L. E. (Miss), II Dyffryn-road, Caerau, Maesteg, Glam. 1762 

E 2 



132 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Guthrie, L. R., 13 John-street, Adelphi, W.C. 1679 
Gwennet, W. G., 196 The Grove, Hammersmith, W. 1055 
Gyngell, A. E., c/o Mrs. Wheelwright, Cleves, Ditchling, Sussex 
1482 

H 

HACKER, A., R.A., 178 Cromwell-road, S.W. 28, 93, 168, 180 

376, 633 
HEMY, C. N., R.A., Churchfield, Falmouth 41, 530, 845, 858, 925, 



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

86, 163, 172, 249, 1471, 1474 

HENRY, G., A., 26 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 19, 257, 437, 446 
Hacker, L. (Mrs. A.), 178 Cromwell-road, S.W. 1135, 1136, 1137 
Hague, A., Deganwy, Llandudno 255 

Hague, H., Doddington-cottage, Park-road, Hampton-wick 542 
Haig, A. H., Grayshurst, Haslemere, Surrey 1382 
Haigh-Wood, C., 3 Compayne-gardens, Hampstead, N.W. 219 
Haite, G. C., Ormsby-lodge, The Avenue, Bedford-park, W. 939 
Hale, E. M., Shackleford, Godalroing 56, 705 
Haley, H. J., 8 Warwick-street, Regent-street, W. 742 
Hall, F., 7 St. Paul's Studios, West Kensington, W. 465, 669 
Hall, L. (Miss), 10 Trafalgar Studios, Manresa-road, S.W. 1154 
Hall, O., Egdean, Fittleworth, Sussex 396 
Hall, S., M.V.O., 7B Elm-tree-road, N.W. 390, 660 
Hall-Jones and Cummings (Messrs.), Parliament-mansions, Victoria- 
street, S.W. 1583 

Halse, E. (Miss), 15 Clarendon-road, Holland-park, W. 1854 
Hamilton, B. (Miss), 13 Waldegrave-road, Ealing, W. 992 
Hamilton, H. M. (Mrs.), East Dene, Alexandra-park, Nottingham 

1223 

Hamilton, I., 4 Scarsdale Studios, Kensington, W. 1332 
Hammond, G. D. (Miss), 2 St. Paul's Studios, West Kensington, W. 

1020 

Hammond, R. G., 16 Essex-street, Strand, W.C. 1523 
Hammond, T. W., 236 Derby-road, Nottingham 86l 
Hamp, S., 36 Bloomsbury -square, W.C. 1700 
Hampton, H., 16 Maida-vale, W. 1793, 1859 
Hankey, M. L. (Mrs.), 4040 Fulham-road, S.W. 1155, 1156 
Hankey, W. L., Studio C, 404 Fulham-road, S.W. 777 



I9n] THE EXHIBITORS. 133 

Happerfield r L. A. (Miss), 10 Gloucester-rd., Bishopston, Bristol 1202 

Harcourt, C., 9 Stanley Studios, Park- walk, Chelsea, S.W. 224 

Harcourt, G., Bushey, Herts 364, 770 

Hardie, M., 7 Baldwyn-gardens, Acton, W. 1418, 1425 

Harding, M., IB Greville-place, N.W. 1725 

Hardy, D., 8 Phoenix-mansions, Brook-green, W. 970 

Hardy, N. (Miss), 6 Finchley-place, Finchley-road, N.W. 1264 

Hare, C. G., 7 Gray's-inn-square, W.C. 1613, 1696 

Harris, E. A. C. (Mrs. H. P.), 98 Gloucester-terrace, Hyde-park, W. 

-1932, 1937 
Harris, E. V., and T. A. Moodie (Messrs.), 8 New-square, Lincoln's- 

inn, W.C. 1668 

Harris, L. E. A. (Miss), 26 Russell-square, W.C. 601, 608 
Harris-Brown, H., 15 The Avenue, Fulham-road, S.W. 17, 471 
Harrison, D. E. (Miss), 13 Grove-road, Windsor 1327 
Harrison, J. (Miss), 122 Southampton-row, W.C. 1127, 1152 
Harrison, J. (Mrs. E. Godman), 44 Hosack-road, Upper Tooting, S.W 

1285 

Hart, A., Wathcote, Park-road, Twickenham 550, 584 
Hart, H. D. A., 18 Pembridge-gardens, W. 550, 562 
Hartley, A., Porthmeor Studios, St. Ives, Cornwall 7, 259 
Hartwell, C. L.,The Studio, 62 Acacia-road, N.W. 1788, 1909, 1958 
Harvey, H., 5 Trewartha-terrace, Penzance 307, 555 
Haswell, V. M. (Miss), 2 The Esplanade, Sunderland 1248 
Hatherell, W., 15 Cavendish-road, Brondesbury, N.W. 413 
Haughton, B., Marchwood-cottage, Ottery St. Mary, Devon 635 
Havers, V., Stoborough, Wareham, Dorset 701, 708 
Hawdon, C. A. (Miss), Trewarveneth, Paul, Penzance 533 
Hawker, E. B. (Miss), Hessing-lodge, Worple-road, Wimbledon, S.W. 

J 335 

Hawksworth, W. T. M., 16 Upper Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 834 
Hay, P. A., 24 Yeoman's-row, Brompton-road, S.W. 192, 903 
Hayes, C., c/o Bourlet & Sons, 17 Nassau-street, W. 639, 869 
Hayes, E. D. (Miss), 4 Yeoman's-row, Brompton-road, S.W. 696 
Hayes, G. (Mrs. A. K. Morgan), The Art Museum, Rugby 1376, 

1390 

Hayllar, J. (Miss), Red Holme, Cambridge-road, Bournemouth 622 
Hayward, A. F. W., Port Hope, Northwood, Middlesex 52, 586 
Hayward, C. G., The Cottage, Bolton Studios, Redcliffe-road, S.W. 

-537 



134 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Hayward, E. (Mrs. A. F. W.), Port Hope, Northwood, Middlesex 

994 

Hay wood, W., 245 Bristol-road, Birmingham 1591 

Hazell, W. E., 5 Tavistock-square, W.C. 1566 

Healing and Overbury (Messrs.), Lloyd's Bank-chambers, Cheltenham 

1593 1633 

Heath, F., Osprey-cottage, Polperro, Cornwall 24, 423, 699 
Heath, L., Arts and Dramatic Club, 12 Prince's-street, Hanover-square, 

W. 1113 

Hedley, R., u New Bridge-street, Newcastle-on-Tyne 283 
Hellmer, H. C., 22 St. Ann's-villas, Kensington, W. 1749 
Hemy, G., (Mrs. Harold de Brath), 4 Belsize Studios, Hampstead, 

N.W. 738 

Hemy, T., 4 Belsize Studios, Glenilla-road, N.W. 321, 366 
Henderson, K., 18 Kensington-gardens-square, W. 753 
Hendrie, H., Royal College of Art, South Kensington, S.W. 1648 
Henry, J., 10 Warwick-place, Maida-hill, W. 313, 499, 718 
Herapath, M., 5 Studio, I4A Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 1824 
Herbert, E. (Miss), Whiteleaf, Leatherhead, Surrey 988, 1092 
Heron, A. H., 16 Great Marlborough-street, W. 1495 
Hervey, L. (Miss), 10 Sea-view, St. Ives, Cornwall 558, 590 
Hewkley, M. E. (Miss), 45 Sunderland-road, Forest-hill, S.E. 1279 
Hewlett, F. (Miss), 14 Church-road, Richmond, Surrey 1251 
Heydemann, W., Studio, 86 Fellows-road, N.W. 1288 
Hill, A. and H. H. (Messrs.), 22 George's-street, Cork 1499 
Hill, J. S., IA Steele's Studios, Haverstock-hill, N.W. 82 
Hill, O., 49 Dover-street, W. 1511 

Hilton, D. F. (Miss), Lonnin Garth, Portinscale, Keswick, Cumber- 
land 1773 
Hinchley, E. M. M. (Mrs.), 55 Redcliffe-road, S.W. 1115, Ill6, 

1297 

Hinchlift, W., 6 Rossetti Studios, Chelsea, S.W. 809 
Hine, W. E., Westcott, Harrow-on-the-hill 8lO 
Hiorns, F. R., 9 Priory-road, N.W. 1707 
Hipkins, E. J. (Miss), 528 Russell-road, Kensington, W. 1057 
Hirst, N., The Meadows, Langport, Somerset 1359, 1370, 1378 
Hitch, F. B., 65A Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 1972 
Hobson, A. (Miss), 406 Fulham-road, S.W. 1301 
Hockey, S. F. (Miss), 7 Mount Ephraim-road, Streatham, S.W. 
1306 



THE EXHIBITORS. 135 

Hodge, A. H., 50 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. 1716 

Hogan, J. H., Rosemead, Underhill-road, East Dulwich, S.E. 

1702 

Hogg, E. B. (Mrs.), 70 Halifax-road, Dewsbury 1179 
Holford, F., Fulthorpe-house, 5 A Warwick-avenue, W. 1028 
Holiday, C. G., 65 Albany-mansions, Battersea-park, S.W. 250 
Holingsworth, R. (Miss), 2 Belsize-grove, N.W. 288, 374 
Hollis, J. (Miss), 1 6 Frognal-mansions, Hampstead, N.W. 1169 
Holroyde, E., St. Paul's Cray, Kent 1009 

Hooper, I. L. (Miss), 15 Shepherd-st., Mayfair, W. 1170, 1275, 1296 
Hooper, W. G., 5 The Parade, Cross-roads, Southbourne, Christchurch, 

Hants 1068 

Hornblower, G., 2 Devonshire-terrace, Portland-place, W. 15^5 
Hornel, E. A., Broughton-house, Kirkcudbright 746 
Horsley, G. C., 2 Gray's-inn-square, W.C. 1582, 1603 
Horsley, W. C., 128 Church-street, Kensington, W. 462 
Horsnell, A. G., 33 Doughty-street, W.C. 1385 
Horwitz, E., 45 Roland-gardens, South Kensington, S.W. 5 11 
Horwitz, H. (Miss), 45 Roland-gardens, South Kensington, S.W. 805 
Horwitz, L. B. (Miss), 13 Grazebrook-road, Clissold-park, N. 1140 
Howell, A. M. (Miss), The Cottage, Edensor-road, Eastbourne 1315 
Hoyle, W., 24 Park-place, Gravesend 1517 
Hudson, H. M. (Miss), Elderslea, Bushey Heath, Herts 535 
Hughes, A., Eastside-house, Kew-green 604, 621 
Hughes, E. (Mrs.), Clift-house, Lamorna, Penzance 957 
Hughes, E. R., 8 Edith-villas, West Kensington, W. 1441, 1448 
Hughes, G. (Miss), 126 Queen's-road, Richmond, Surrey 1307 
Hughes, M. K. (Miss), 15 Onslow-gardens, S.W. 1434 
Hughes, R. M., Cliff-house, Lamorna, Penzance 944 
Hughes- Stanton, H., Scarsdale-lodge, Wright's-lane, Kensington, W. 

29, 470 
Humphris, W. H., 3 College-mansions, Winchester-avenue, Brondes- 

bury, N.W. 836 

Hunt, E. A., c/o H. Coop, 280 London-road, Lowestoft 424 
Hunt, G. H., and E. Bateman (Messrs.), 18 Bennett's-hill, Birmingham 

-1572 

Hunt, G. H. (Miss), 18 Melbury-road, Kensington, W. 1931 
Hunt, G. J., 7 Regent's-park-terrace, N.W. 1692, 1644 
Hunt, S., Roseville-house, Woodfield-road, Leigh-on-Sea 1481 
Hunt, T., 88 Bath-street, Glasgow 154 



136 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Hunt, W. and E. (Messrs.), Donington-house, Norfolk-street, W.C. 

1519 

Hunter, J. Y., 9 Launceston-place, Kensington, W. 196, 492 

Hunter. M., 54 Queen-street, Edinburgh 331 

Hurley, N., 54 Sackville-gardens, Hove, Sussex 956 

Hurry, A. (Miss), 17 Pelham-place, South Kensington, S.W. 1192 

Hyde, W., fcurnside, Shere, Guildibrd, Surrey 1469 

Hyett, J. E., 2 Vereker-road, West Kensington, W. 1829 



Ibberson, H. G., 28 Martin's-lane, E.G. 1484, 1550, 1615 

Ingles, G. S., Tweed-house, Fosse-road-south, Leicester 1278 
Ingram, W. A., Tregurrian, Falmouth 774, 909 
Inskip, J. H., 19 The Esplanade, Scarborough 628, 725 
Ireland, T., 9 Camden Studios, Camden-street,' N.W. 945 



JOHN,, W. G., \R.A., 24 Greville-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 

1792, 1795, 1893, 1908 

Jack, R., 2 Earl's-court -square, S.W. 179, 305, 418 
Jackson, A. (Miss), The Manor-house, Brent wood, Essex 1326 
Jackson, d'O. P., 35 Morningside-drive, Edinburgh 1873 
Jacobs, L. (Miss), The Studio, 60 Finchley-road, N.W. 1476 
Jacomb-Hood, G. P., 26 Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W. 377 
Jaggard, W. R., Woodville-road, New Barnet, Herts 1645 
Jahn, F., I Sharrow-mount, Psalter-lane, Sheffield 1750, 1872 
James, A. G., 17 North-street, Westminster, S.W. 1670 
James, W. (Hon.), I Courtfield-road, S.W. 966 
Jaques, B. (Mrs.), Leighton-dene, Hylands-road, Epsom 1304 
Jenkin, M. M. (Mrs. B.), 59 Campden-street, Kensington, W. 1847 
Jenkins, A. H., 20 Roseburn-cliff, Edinburgh 515 
Jenkins, F. L., I Logan Studios, Logan-place, Kensington, W. 1915, 

1973 

Jennings, L., n Cheyne-gardens, Chelsea, S.W. 1834 
Jennings, R. G., 6 Fitzroy-street, W. 479 
Jennis, G. C., 47 Great Ormond-street, W r .C. 1361, 1372 
Jobling, R., Studio, Academy of Arts, Newcastle-on-Tyne 211 



IQII] THE EXHIBITORS. 137 

Johnson, C. A., II Madeira-road, Streatham, S.W. 1733 

Johnson, C. E., Carrington-lodge, 33 Sheen-road, Richmond, Surrey 

133, 271 

Johnson, C. W., Charterhouse, Godalming 848, 880 
Johnson, T., 32 Greenhill-park, Harlesden, N.W. 1532 
Johnston, H. (Sir), St. John's-priory, Poling, Arundel 460, 1070 
Joseph, S., c/o Lazard Bros., 40 Threadneedle-street, E.G. 1459, 

1477 

Toshua, N. (Miss), 3 Queen's-road Studios, St. John's-wood, N.W. 31 



K 

Kamptz, F. v., 27 Southwell-street, Bristol 427, 693 

Keller, E. R. (Mrs.), Rathcoole, Woking 1112 

Keller, J., 7 Woodside-place-lane, Glasgow 1723 

Kelly, G. F., The Vicarage, Camberwell, S.E. 676 

Kelly and Dickie (Messrs.), 466 Oxford-street, W. 1618 

Kelsey, F., n Inglewood-road, West Hampstead, N.W. 597, 868 

Kempthorne, H. M. (Miss), 15 Briardale-gardens, Hampstead, N.W. 

1233 

Kemp- Welch, L. (Miss), Kingsley, Bushey, Herts 722 

Kemp- Welch, M. (Miss), 127 Ladbroke-road, W. 1435 

Kendrick, F. A. (Miss), 13 Woodfield-crescent, Ealing, W. 1849 

Kennington, T. B., 8 Netherton-grove, S.W. 682 

Ker, B., 2 Grove Studios, Adie-road, Hammersmith, W. 568 

Kershaw, J. F., 4 St. Oswald's Studios, Sedlescombe-road, Fulham, 

S.W. 167 

Kidman, H. (Miss), Ramerwick-manor, near Hitchin 625 
Kilburne, G. G., 39 Steele's-road, Haverstock-hill, N.W. 879, 990 
Kilpin, L. M., 24 Regents-park-road, N.W. 891 
Kimball, K. (Miss), c/o Brown, Shipley & Co., 123 Pall Mall, S.W. 

1400, 1413 

King, G., Harting, Petersfield, Hants 1449, 1460 
King, W. C. H., 2 Clifton-hill Studios, St. John's-wood, N.W. 

1811, 1916 

King, Y., 32 Randolph-gardens, Maida-vale, W. 443, 763 
Kinsella, T., 26 Farrar-street, Vassal-road, Brixton, 5TW. 999 
Kirkpatrick, E. (Miss), The Gables, Harrow 478, 585 



138 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Kitson, H., c/o A. Drury, Esq., A.R.A., 6 Gunter-grove, Chelsea, 

S.W. 1802 

Kneen, W., 3 Orchard Studios, Brook-green, W. 1473 
Knight, A. (Miss), Blenheim Tower, Boscombe, Hants 1341 
Knight, H., Trewarveneth, Paul, Penzance 670 
Knight, L. (Mrs.), Trewarveneth, Paul, Penzance 329 
Knoblauch, G. (Miss), 85 Wigmore-street, W. 1830 
Knoch, S. G., u Gilpin-avenue, East Sheen, S.W. 1570 
Knott, R., and E. S. Collins (Messrs.), Adelphi-terrace-house, Adelphi, 

W.C. 1653 

Knowles, G. S., Studio, 4$A Upper-park-road, N.W. 1085 
Kortright, H. S., Grenville- lodge, Bexhill-on-Sea 35 
Kortright, P. M. (Mrs.), Grenville-lodge, Bexhill-on-Sea 1312 
Kretzinger, C. J. (Miss), 59 Avenue de Saxe, Paris 487 
Kruger, G. E., 124 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. 1037, I0 5 
Kiihl, J. E., Lisburn-street, Alnwick 1635 - 
Kynaston, A., Slade Studio, Guildford 53 1 



LEADER, B. W., R.A. y Burrows-cross, Gomshall, Guildford 164, 

201, 362 

LESLIE, G. D., R.A., Compton-house, Lindfield, Sussex 98 
LUCAS, J. S., R.A., New-place, Woodchurch-road, West Hamp- 

stead, N.W. 33, 123, 1436, 1453, 1454, 1456 
LA THANGUE, H. H., A., Graffham, Petworth 48, 76, 587 
LAVERY, J., A., 5 Cromwell-place, S.W. 57, 85, 285, 432, 647 
Laidlay, W. J., 50 Circus-road, N.W. 447 
Laidman, E. A. (Miss), Branksome, Milford, Surrey 1146 
Laidman, I. F. (Miss), Branksome, Milford, Surrey IIO2 
Lambert, G. W., 2 Rossetti Studios, Chelsea, S.W. 736 
Lanchester and Rickards (Messrs.), 47 Bedford-square, W.C. 1544 
Landau, D. (Miss), 30 Bryanston-square, W. 1443 
Lander, J. H., 19 Edith-grove, Chelsea, S.W. 494 
Langley, H. (Miss), 140 Church-street, Kensington, W. 1828, 1846, 

1930 

Langley, W., Westbourne, Alexandra-road, Penzance 702 
Lanteri, E., Royal College of Art, South Kensington, S.W. 1877, 

1929 



THE EXHIBITORS. 139 

Laszlo, P. A., 3 Palace-gate, Kensington, W. 338 

Lawless, F. P. (Mrs.), Ivybank, Exmouth, S. Devon 1244 

Lawson, A., 34 Darlington-street, Wolverhampton 121 

Lawson, J. M. (Miss), 8 Kensington-crescent, W. 1720, 1914, 1945 

Leader, B. E., Oak-hill, St. Buryan, Cornwall 16, 302, 583 

Ledward, G., 19 Oxford-road, Putney, S.W. 1772, 1943 

Lee, J. S., 28 Theobald's-road, W.C. 1527 

Lee, M. B. (Miss), 58 Moring-road, Tooting Bee, S.W. IIOO, 1131 

Lee, S., 26 Holland-park-road, W. 405 

Lee, T. S., Vale Studio, Vale-avenue, Chelsea, S.W. 1726, 1820 

Leeson, E. M. (Miss), Clifden-house, Twickenham 728 

Leeson, O. (Miss), Collingham-house, Cromwell-road, S.W. 1209 

Leighton, E. B., 14 Priory-road, Bedford-park, W. 230, 599 

Leist, F., 237 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. 106 - r M 

Leslie, A. J., 4 Studio, 452A Fulham-road, S.W. 1755, 1897, 1954 

Leslie, P., 12 Meadow Studios, Bushey, Herts 171, 958 



Lever, H., Carrick Dhu, St. Ives, Cornwall 412, 575 
Lewis, T., 50 Great Russell -street, Bloomsbury, W.C. 
Ley, A. S. R., 214 Bishopsgate, E.G. 1694 



Ley, M. (Mrs. Sewell), Carisbrook-cottage, Bushey-heath, Herts 1241 

Liddell, T. H., 108 Victoria-street, S.W. 166 

Liddell, W. F., 105 Victoria-mansions, South Lambeth-road, S.W. 

981 

Lindner, M., 57 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. 319 
Lindsey, S. A., Limnersland, Southbourne, Hants 1193, I 33> J 339 
Lineham, W. J., 21 Newstead-road, Lee, S.E. 929, 936 
Linton, J. D. (Sir), 26 New Cavendish-street, W. 655 
Linton, M. (Miss), 37 St. Margaret's-road, Oxford 1216 
Linton, W. E., Trevanion, Cross-roads, Oxhey, Watford 716 
Lintott, E. B., The Bungalow, Fittleworth, Sussex 503 
Lipscomb, E. M. (Miss), Hopefield, Bolton, Lanes 557 
Lishman, F., 12 Gray's-inn-square, W.C. 1551 
Lisle, H., 70 Pulborough-road, Southfields, S.W. 1239 
Lisle, J. W., 49 Bradley-gardens, West Ealing, W. 1480 
Littlejohns, J., I Augustine-road, Brook-green, W. 532 
Littler, E. (Miss), Jocelyns, Sawbridgeworth, Herts 1206 
Llewellyn, W., 46 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. 62, 8l, 227 
Lloyd, O. M. (Miss), Claremont, Cheadle-Hulme, Cheshire 1289 
Lobley, J. H., West-end-house, St. James's-close, Poole, Dorset 461 
Lofthouse, J. A. E., 129 Albert-road, Middlesbrough 1580 



HO AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Logsdail, W., 5 St. Paul's Studios, Talgarth-road, West Kensington, 

W. 372 

Longden, D., The Bungalow, Cleeve-hill, Cheltenham 1502 
Longhurst, J., 3 St. John's-wood Studios, Queen's-terrace, N.W. 326, 

476 

Longstaff, J., IA Carlton-hill, N.W. 417 
Lord, G. W., Port Sudan, Red Sea 1540 
Lorimer, J. H., 4 Drummond-place, Edinburgh 175 
Loudan, M., 48 Circus-road, N.W. 165, 185 
Lucas, G., 14 Hart-street, Bloomsbury -square, W.C. 1537 
Lucas, M. S. (Mrs.), New-place, Woodchurch-road, West Hampstead, 

N.W. 595 

Lucas, W. L., 6 The Sanctuary, Westminster, S.W. 1710 
Lucchesi, A. C., 1-2 Camden Studios, Camden-street, N.W. 1721 
Ludby, M., Sunny-mount, Austen-road, Guildford 822 
Ludovici, C. (Madam), 10 Dennington-park-road, N.W. 592 
Luker, L. H. (Mrs. P. H. Burrell), 22 Camp'den-hill -square, W. 

1234 

Lund, N. M., 169 Adelaide-road, N.W. 436 

Lutiger, F., 41 Barton-street, West Kensington, W. 1756, 1760 

Lutyens, E. L., 17 Queen Anne's-gate, S.W. 1492 

Lycett, G. (Miss), The Hut, Bourne-end, Bucks 1207 

Lyons, A. J., 14 bis Rue de la Grande Chaumiere, Paris 375 

M 

MACWHIRTER, the late J., ^.^.233, 429, 867 

MURRAY, D., R.A., I Langham-chambers, Portland-place, W. 

49, 130, 158, 44S 493, 651 
MACKENNAL, B., A. 9 38 Marlborough-hill, St. John's-wood, N.W. 

1765, 1962, 1964 

Macarthur, L. G., Gretton, Winchcombe, Glos. 144 
Macbeth-Raeburn, H., 51 Gower-street, W.C. 751, 1373 
MacCall, A. St. J., Grange-hill-lodge, South Norwood, S.E. 399 
McClure, C., 3 Pembroke Studios, Kensington, W. 1714, 1748 
McCormick, A. D., 58 Queen's-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 289 
McCracken, K. (Miss), c/o Chapman Bros., 241 King's-road, Chelsea, 

S.W. 1019 

Macdonald, A., 23 Kingsgate-street, Winchester 665 
Macdonald, A., Studio, 30 Oxhey-street, Watford 997, 1015 






I9n] THE EXHIBITORS. 141 

McGill, D., i Scarsdale-villas, Kensington, W. 1718, 1890, IQII 
Macgregor, J. (Miss), 12 Chalcot-gardens, South Hampstcad, N.W. 

950 

Maclvor, M. (Miss), 4 Piazza Studios, St. Ives, Cornwall 472 
Mackinnon, F., Poolewe, Ross-shire 260 
McLean, W. J., 4 Oakley-cottage Studios, Upper Cheyne-row, Chelsea, 

S.W. 1889 

Maitland, A. (Miss), 52 York-street-chambers, W. 918, 1013 
Maitland, A. F. (Capt.), 15 Fourth-avenue, Hove, Sussex 623 
Mallows, C. E., 28 Conduit-street, Hanover-square, W. 1637, 1639 
Maltwood, K. E. (Mrs.), Flagcourt, Tadworth, Surrey 1731 
Mann, H., 6 Melina-place, Grove-end-road, N.W. 314 
Mannooch, S., Woodville, Kimberley-park, Falmouth 827 
Manton, G., Pen-y-bryn, Bushey-grove-road, Watford 79> 35> 4 
Mappin, D., Hollingbourne, Maidstone 844 
March, S., 64 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 1816 
March, V., Goddendene, Farnborough, Kent 1825, 1827, 1869 
Margetson, E. M. (Mrs.), 18 Albert-hall-mansions, S.W. 1337 
Marks, G., Shere, Guildford, Surrey 921 
Marriott, F., 6A Netherton-grove, Chelsea, S.W. 927 
Marshall, H., 83 Philbeach-gardens, S.W. 853 
Marshall, L. F. (Mrs.), Patterdale-hall, Penrith 899 
Marshall, W. (Miss), 9 Kensington-high-street, W. 1129, 1262 
Mart, F. G., 5 Daleham-gardens, Hampstead, N.W. 866, 873 
Martin, E. (Mrs. A. Anderson), 22 Joubert-mansions, Jubilee-place, 

Chelsea, S.W. 566 

Martin, E. (Mrs. E. D. Fridlander), 33 Canfield-gardens, N.W. 605 
Maryon, L. E. C. (Miss), Studio, 219 Maida-vale, W. 1860, 1876 
Mason, D. (Miss), Manor-house, Sproughton, Ipswich 1839 
Mason, F. H., The Studio, Marine-parade, Scarborough 967 
Mason, G. H. (Miss), The Meadow, Grosvenor-road, Reading 1934 
Massey, G. (Mrs.), 75 Newman-street, W. 1148 
Massey, H. G., 75 Newman-street, W. 1074 
Mathers, M. A. (Miss), 6 Queen's-gate-terrace, S.W. 968 
Maundrell, C., Melbourne-house, Bedford-park, W. 1012, 1035, 1039 
Mavrogordato, A. J., 141 Warwick-street, S.W. 878 
Maw, C. (Miss), 87 Sinclair-road, Kensington, W. 1249, 1286 
Mawson, T. H., and R. Atkinson (Messrs.), 28 Conduit-street, Han- 
over-square, W. 1514, 1652 
May, E. J., 21 Hart-street, Bloomsbury -square, W.C. 1506, 1574 



142 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Maynard, E. F. (Miss), East Durrants, Havant, Hants 573 

Mead, M. G. (Miss), 2 Russell-road, Kensington, W. 1336 

Mead, A., Godrevy, St. Ives, Cornwall 83, 139 

Mease, R. T. (Miss), 26 Christchurch-road, Streatham-hill, S.W. 851 

Melhuish, G. (Miss), 43 Blenheim-gds, Cricklewood, N.W. 1266, 1331 

Menpes, M., 13 Shelley-court, Tite-street, S.W. 1409, 1415 

Menzies, W. A., 118 Abbey-road, N.W. 684 

Merrett, W., Studio, 20 Mornington-road, Regent's-park, N.W. 1848 

Merrick, M. A. (Miss), 5 Carlisle-street, Edgware-road, W. 1220, 1255 

Merrifield, L. S., Stamford-bridge Studios, Fulham, S.W. 1715, 

1796, 1837 

Merriman, H. I., 4 Newman's-row, Lincoln's-inn-fields, W.C. 1577 
Merry, G., 34 Mentone-mansions, Fulham-road, S.W. 254 
Meteyard, S. H., Hillside, Greenhill-road, Moseley, Birmingham 1008 
Meyerheim, R., Lindeneck, Wimblehurst-road, Horsham, Sussex 58 
Michael, F. H., 3 Holland-lane, Kensington-high-street, W. 661 
Michel, C., 8 Rue Jacques Jordaens, Brussels 387 
Micholls, A. M. (Mrs.), II Queen's-gate, S.W. 1046 
Middleton, E. (Miss), 29 Clarence-road, St. Albans 1227 
Miller, G., 21 Helix-gardens, Brixton-hill, S.W. 1520, 1559 
Milne, O. P., 16 Great James-street, Bedford-row, W.C. 1531, 1534 
Milner, F., Zareba, St. Ives, Cornwall 370, 444, 467 
Mitchell, A., 17 Hanover-square, W. 1579 

Monkhouse, B. (Miss), 5 Greencroft-gardens, Hampstead, N.W. 1032 
Montford, P. R., Anhalt Studio, Albert-bridge, S.W. 1767, 1851, 

1942 
Moody, F. (Mrs. G. King), 18 Norfolk -mansions, Battersea-park, S.W. 

1186 

Moody, J. C., Studio, 12 Westbere-road, West Hampstead, N. W. 782 
Moony, R. J. E., 18 Yeoman's-row, Brompton-road, S.W. 953 
Moore, E. M. (Miss), 30 Flanders- road, Bedford-park, W. 1833 
Moore, T., 46 Well-walk, Hampstead, N.W. 1608, 1621 
Morahan, M. J., I Elm-park-road, Chelsea, S.W. 1840 
Morgan, D. C., Corner Studio, St. John's- wood-terrace, N.W. 1389 
Morgan, E. (Miss), 9 Rue Campagne Premiere, Paris 1157 
Morgan, E. M. (Miss), 30 Palewood-park, East Sheen, S.W. I2l8 
Morris, E. E. (Miss), 8 West-hoe-terrace, Plymouth 1162 
Morris, G. (Miss), 45 Newhall-street, Birmingham 1808 
Morrison, R. E., 29 Liverpool and London- chambers, Exchange, 

Liverpool 686, 764 



THE EXHIBITORS. 143 

Moser, O., 1 6 Adamson-road, Hampstead, N.W. 947 

Mostyn, T. E., 5 Melina-place, St. John's-wood, N.W. 440, 68l 

Mothersole, J. (Miss), 141 Willesden-lane, N.W. 897 

Mottram, C. S., c/o F. A. Graham, Esq., 5 Hanover-street, W. 

932 

Muckle, M. J. (Mrs.), 7 Netherton-grove, Fulham-road, S.W. I2II 
Muir, A. (Miss), 56 Kyverdale-road, Stamford-hill, N. 1291 
Muirhead, C., Southfield, Higher-road, Hunts-cross, Liverpool 607 
Mumford, J. J. (Miss), 125 Boulevard Montparnasse, Paris 1163 
Munby, A. E., 28 Martin's-lane, Cannon-street, E.G. 1581 
Munnings, A. J., Swainsthorpe, Norwich 80, 114, 690 
Muntz, K. B. (Mrs.), Avonmore, Killiney, Dublin 1322 
Murphy, T., I Elm-park-road, Chelsea, S.W. 1850, 1882 
Murray, A. H. H., 49 Montagu -square, W. IOOI 
Murray, C. O., 41 The Grove, Hammersmith, W. 1381, 1410 
Murray, F. W., 33 Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W. 42 
Musgrave, A. F., Coates, Fiitleworth, Sussex 410, 450, 525 
Myers, H. (Miss), 38 Barrow-hill-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 1184 



N 

NEWTON, E., A., 4 Raymond-buildings, Gray's-inn, W.C. 1553, 
I554> 



NORTH, J. W., A., Washford, Somerset 2 

Neale, G. H., 9 Hillsleigh-road, Campden-hill, W. 334, 348, 698 

Neale, M. H. (Mrs.), 9 Hillsleigh-road, Campden-hill, W. 489 

Needham, F. M. (Miss), n Harrington-gardens, S.W. 1217 

Neuwirth, W. L. (Miss), 4 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 1779 

Newcombe, S., 2A Pembroke-road, Kensington, W. 1705 

Newman, D., Queen Anne's-chambers, Westminster, S.W. 1614 

Newmarch, E. M. (Miss), Howden-lodge, Southsea 1237 

Newton, A., Rosemary-cottage, Northchurch, Berkhampstead, Herts 

955 

Newton, G. A. (Miss), 49 Ravenscourt-gardens, Ravenscourt-park, W. 

-1295 

Nicholson and Corlette (Messrs.), 2 New-square, Lincoln's-inn, W.C ; 
1687, 1689 



144 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Nicol, J. W., Park-cottage, Pelham-street, South Kensington, S.W.- 

6, 312 

Nielsen, M. C. (Madame), Vodrafsvej 53, Copenhagen 1938 
Noar, E. (Miss), Studio, Eccles, Manchester 1183 
Norman, P., 45 Evelyn-gardens, South Kensington, S.W. 1079 
Norris, H. L., Fryern-court, Fordingbridge, Hants 808, 980 
Norriss, B. (Miss), 137 Church-street, Chelsea, S.W. 1168 
Norton, C. H., 14 Bedford-row, W.C. 1526 

Nowell, A.T., Edwardes-cottage, I St. Mary Abbott's-place, Kensing- 
ton, W. 745, 749 

Nowlan, C. (Miss), The Elms, North Cheam, Surrey 1242 
Nye, E. L. (Miss), Camperdown, Wallington, Surrey 1271 



OULESS, W. W., R.A., 12 Bryanston-square, W. 146, 214, 263 
ORPEN, W., A., 8 South Bolton-gardens, S.W. 253, 771 
Oakley, A. J., 7 Camden Studios, Camden-street, N.W. 1719 
Offor, B. (Mrs. J. P. Beavan), 8 Bruce-grove, Tottenham, N. 332 
Ogilvie, C. (Miss), 18 Raglan-street, Harrogate 1067 
Oliver, A., The Studio, Capel Curig, N. Wales 88, 735 
Oliver, B., 7 Southampton-street, Bloomsbury -square, W.C. 1619 
Oliver, E. (Miss), Clovelly, Windsor-crescent, Cullercoats, Northumber- 
land 1238 

Olivier, H. A., 23 Marlborough-road, N.W. 46, 469 
Olsson, J., St Ives, Cornwall 335 
O'Neill, C., ii Dale-street, Liverpool 534 

Orchardson, C. M. Q., 15 Edith-villas, West-Kensington, W. 310 
Orr, A. A., 70 Headstone-road, Harrow 1558, 1646, 1671 
Osborne, M., 40 Park -mansions, Battersea-park, S.W. 1412, 1414, 

1433 

Osborne, R., 27 Radbourne-road, Clapham-park, S.W. 1457 
Ouless, C. (Miss), 12 Bryanston-square, W. 711, 783 



POYNTER, Sir E. J., Bart., P.R.A., 70 Addison-road, Kensington, 

W. 44, 157, 807, 852, 1438, 1450 
PARSONS, A., R.A. Elect, 54 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. 

237, 8 50> 931 



19"] THE EXHIBITORS. 145 

PEGRAM, H., A., St. John's-lodge, Harley-road, South Hampstead, 

N.W. 1752, 1878, 1894, 1898, 1924 

POMEROY, F. W., A., 15 Kensington-square, W. 1736 
Padday, C. M., South-lodge, Hayling Island 758 
Palin, W. M., 404 Fulham-road, S.W. 161 
Palmer, A. F., Manor House, Fordwich, Canterbury 128 
Palmer, C. A., I4A Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 1775 
Palmer, E. (Mrs.), Groby-place, Altrincham, Cheshire 1319 
Palmer, E. A. (Mrs.), The Ivy-house, Bushey, Herts 1243 
Palmer, G., Monks Holme, Corbridge-on-Tyne 908, 1072 
Palmer, H. W. H., The Outer Temple, 222 Strand, W.C. 1654 
Palmer, M. C. (Miss), 18 St. Leonard's-road, Bexhill-on-Sea 509, 650 
Palmer, S., The Three Gables, The Orchard, Bedford-park, W. 875 
Palser, A., The White-house, Cannon-road, Southgate, N. 17^4 
Parr, H., The Studios, 13 Edith-terrace, Chelsea, S.W. 1865 
Parrish, C. W. (Miss), c/o Chapman Bros., 241 King's-road, Chelsea, 

S.W. 188 

Parsons, A. W., 75 Hampton-park, Redland, Bristol 132 
Parsons, P. T. (Miss), Garston, Frome, Somerset 1201, 1308 
Parton, E., 8 Carlton-hill, N.W. 416, 420 
Partridge, B., 113 Church-street, Chelsea, S.W. 1445 
Paterson, A. M. (Miss), 6 Phene-street, Chelsea, S.W. 631 
Paterson, E. M. (Miss), I Albyn-place, Edinburgh 785, 846 
Paton, H., 21 Salisbury-road, Edinburgh 1757, 1895, 1935 
Patrickson, G., Cumberland-lodge, Westgate-road, Beckenham, Ken 

184, 544 

Pattison, E. L., 14 Fairfax-road, Bedford-park, W. 571, 996 
Paul, P., II Bath-road, Bedford-park, W. 617 
Paul, R. W., 3 Arundel-street, Strand, W.C. l6ll 
Payne, H., 119 Perry-vale, Forest-hill, S.E. 581 
Payne, M. H. (Miss), The Rest, Dartmouth, S. Devon 1160 
Peacock, R., 32 Holland-park-road, Kensington, W. 37, 403, 431 
Pears, C., 23 Queen Anne's-grove, Bedford-park, W. 1475 
Pedder, J., Eastfield, Furze Platt, Maidenhead 620 
Peddie, J. D., 24A Cavendish -road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 265 
Pegram, A. B., I2A Park-village-west, N.W. 1974 
Pemberton, H. M. (Miss), 42 Newburgh-road, Acton, W. 1669 
Pennington, E. L. (Miss), Rowledge, near Farnham, Surrey 1130 
Penny, G. I. (Miss), 3 Park-hill, Ealing, W. 1294 
Perks, S., The Guildhall, E.G. 1642 



146 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Perugini, C. E., 32 Victoria-road, Kensington, W. 697 

Fetch, J. B., 5 Baronsmead-road, Barnes, S.W. 1918 

Pettinger, J. F., The Studio, The Newarke, Leicester 614 

Phillips, S. C. (Miss), Middlegate, Northwood, Middlesex 1194 

Pibworth, C., I4A Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 1744 

Pickering, J. L., 8 Ormonde-terrace, Regent's-park, N.W. 239, 691 

Pinches,, J. R., 21 Albert-embankment, S.E. 1858 

Pirie, G., Sunnyside, 49 Partickhill-road, Glasgow 64 

Pisa, A., 1 8 Cathcart Studios, Redcliffe-road, S.W. 235 

Pite, B., 2 York-gate, N.W. 1651 

Pittard, C. W., 12 Lebanon-park, Twickenham 720 

Pittman, O., Mayfield, Ludlow 229, 677 

Planck, W., 16 Blandfields-street, Nightingale-lane, Clapham, S.W. 

1631 

Plumbe, R., 13 Fitzroy-square, W.C. 1685 
Pocock, H. J. (Miss), 28 Blomfield-road, Maida-vale, W. 1178 
Pocock, L. J. (Miss), 28 Blomfield-road, Maida'-vale, W. 1065 
Pocock, L. L., 28 Blomfield-road, Maida-vale, W. 874 
Pontin, G., 55 Millbrook-road, Southampton 455 
Ponting, C. E., Mar Iborough 1623 

Poole, H., I Wentworth-studios, Manresa-road, S.W. 1950, 1957 
Portsmouth, P., 39 George-square, Edinburgh 1805, 1888, 1939 
Posthuma, M. (Mrs.), c/o A. Lemon, 104 Beaufort-mansions, Chelsea, 

S.W. -609 

Pott, C. M. (Miss), 81 Cornwall-gardens, S.W. 1423, 1427 
Potter, E. (Miss), Taenen, Buckingham-road, Harrow 1260 
Poulter, H. R. and B. A. (Messrs.), Camberley, Surrey 1590, 1630 
Powell, D. V. (Miss), Studio, 15 Hill-rise, Richmond, Surrey 1229, 

1305 

Power, H. S., 16 Margaretta-terrace, Chelsea, S.W. 136 

Power, M. (Miss), Holly-lodge, East Molesey, Surrey 1226 

Pownall, G. A., Rose-cottage, Burstall, Suffolk 232, 355 

Pownall, L. A., Park Studio, Falmouth 872, I0l6, 1059 

Pownall, M. (Mrs. A. Bromet), Lime-lodge, Oxhey, Watford 1764 

Praetorius, C. J., Diamonds, Pulborough 541 

Pratt, E. D., 29 Sholebroke-view, Leeds 1196 

Pratt, J., Studio, City-chambers, Leeds 392 

Prentice, A. N., 10 Norfolk -street, Strand, W.C. 1665., 1674 

Price, G. (Miss), 46 Warwick-road, S.W. 1263 

Price, N. G. P. (Miss), 124 gfgtfc-fcijl, Reading 1970 



THE EXHIBITORS. 14? 

Priestman, A., 3 Walmer- villas, Bradford 296, 316 
Priestman, B., 20 Grange-road, Chiswick, W. 8 
Procter, E., Ben Rhydding, Yorks 373, 488 
Proctor, A. E., Heathend, Albury, near Guildford I, 547 
Proffitt, J. T., Central-buildings, Walkden, Manchester 1494 
Pyne, E. (Mrs. A. Warden), 27 Cathcart-hill, Dartmouth-park, N. 
1284 

Q 

Quennell, M. (Mrs.), 4 Beeches, Bickley, Kent 1080 



RICHMOND, Sir W. B., tf.A.,K.C.R., Beavor-lodge, Hammersmith, 

W. 223, 430, 483, 524, 536, 640 

RIVIERE, B., R.A., 82 Finchley-road, N.W. 3, 140 
Ralph, E. (Mrs. L.), Leighton-lodge, Edwardes-square, Kensington, 

W.-I737 

Ransom, F., Frinton, Corringham-road, Golder's-green, N.W. 1874 
Ransom, G., Fairfield, Farnham, Surrey 673 
Raphael, M. F. (Mrs.), 12 York-gate, Regent's-park, N.W. 527 
Ravenhill, L., 124 Victoria-street, S.W. 131 
Rayne, D. (Miss), Pond-house, Teddington 1283 
Rayne, L. M. (Miss), Pond-house, Teddington Il8l, 1236, 1324 
Rea, C. (Mrs.), Garden-lodge, Logan-place, Kensington, W. 383 
Read and Macdonald (Messrs.), 16 Cork-street, W. 1528 
Reason, F. (Miss), c/o Miss Dicksee, 3 Greville-place, N.W. 905, 952 
Redmayne, N. I. (Mrs.), 7 Pembroke Studios, Kensington, W. 6ll 
Reid, F. M. (Miss), 62 Parkhill-road, Hampstead, N.W. 490, 554 
Reid, G. O., 41 Synod-hall, Edinburgh 339, 672 
Reid, J. R., 62 Parkhill-road, Hampstead, N.W. 384, 495, 750 
Reid, M. (Miss), 112 Goldhurst-terrace, N.W. 1151 
Reid, S., Caversham-lodge, Chor ley- wood, Herts 729 
Reid, S., The Croft, Chesham Bois, Bucks 973 
Reynolds, J. (Miss), 242 Kew-road, Kew-gardens 1323 
Reynolds-Stephens, W., Harlestone, Mortimer-road, Kilburn-priory, 

N.W. 1739, 1751 

Rheam, H. M., Newlyn, Penzance 930 
Rhind, B., Eyre-terrace, Edinburgh 1912 
Richards, E. (Miss), 32 Elm-avenue, Nottingham 1605 



148 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Richards, F. C., 3 Stadium-street, Chelsea, S.W. 1347 

Richards, H. (Miss), Stacey-hill, Wolverton 856, 961 

Richardson, A. E. (Miss), Cockloft Studios, 35 Cochrane-street, St. 

John's- wood, N.W. 1221 
Richardson, F. S., Sandy, Beds 843 
Richardson, R. J., The Homestead, Heming-road, Edgware, Middlesex 

1885 

Ridgway, W., 32 Windsor -road, Ealing, W. 813 
Righton, K. H. (Miss), The Uplands-cottage, Hockley-heath, near 

Birmingham 1047 

Rimington, A. W., Chatburn-house, 1 1 Pembridge-crescent, W. 330 
Rivers, A. M., 10 Redston-road, Hornsey, N. IOIO 
Riviere, H. G., 38 Abercorn-place, N.W. 225, 324, 726 
Robb, W. G., Limpsfield, Surrey 379, 382, 576 
Roberts, D. F. (Miss), Studio, 10 Portsdown-road, Maida-vale, W. 

1103, 1104 

Roberts, T., I Bigwood-road, Hampstead-garden-suburb, N.W. 448 
Robertson, J. (Miss), 9 Elsworthy-terrace, Primrose-hill, N.W. 1300, 

1317 

Robertson, P., The Cherries, Maidenhead 1403 

Robilliard, M. H. W. (Miss), 2 London-lane, Bromley, Kent 737 

Robinson, A. M. (Miss), 36 Waterford-road, Fulham, S.W. Il6l 

Robinson, H. D. (Miss), Eggesford, N. Devon 995 

Robinson, M. C. (Miss), 14 West-hill-road, Wandsworth, S.W. 1346 

Robson, W., Arden, Twynholm, Kirkudbright 512 

Rock, H. F. (Miss), 53 Holland-park-road, Kensington, W. 1843 

Rodway and Dening (Messrs), Gaunt-house, Orchard-street, Bristol 

1636 

Roe, F., 1 8 Stanford-road, Kensington-court, W. 222, 408 
Rollins, I. W., Studio, 6 Wetherby-mews, South Kensington, S.W. 

1730 

Ronaldson, T. M., 18 Aubrey-walk, Kensington, W. 627 
Rope, D. A. A. (Miss), 107 Marylebone-road, W. 1842 
Rope, E. M. (Miss), 107 Marylebone-road, W. 1861 
Rope, E. M. and D. A. A. (Misses), 107 Marylebone-road, W. 1966 
Rose, A. W., 15 Great George-street, Westminster, S.W. 1525, 1535, 

1684 

Rosenberg, G., 13 Eversholt-street, N.W. 567, 715 
Ross, E. M. (Miss), 8 Upper Montagu-street, W. 1329 
Rowney, L. (Mrs. Harley), 95 Fellows-road, N.W. 790 



19"] THE EXHIBITORS. 149 

Royle, H., 42 Burnley-road, Ainsdale, Southport 34, 838 
Rubin, M. J., 270 Elgin-avenue, Maida-vale, W. 603 
Rushton, G., 31 Corder-road, Ipswich 574 
Ryland, H., 32 Fairfax-road, Bedford-park, W. 825 



SANT, J., R.A., 43 Lancaster-gate, Hyde-park, W. 109, 113, 269, 

274 
SARGENT, J. S., R.A., 31 Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W. 94, 206, 

482, 545 
SHANNON, J. J., R.A., 10 Holland-park-road, Kensington, W. 

n, 68, 151, 317 

SOLOMON, S. J., R.A., 18 Hyde-park-gate, S.W. 20O 
STONE, M., R.A., 8 Melbury-road, Kensington, W. 103 
SHORT, F., R.A. Elect, 56 Brook-green, W. 1360, 1367, 1404 
SIMS, C., A., Lodsworth, Petworth 174, 221, 226 
SMYTHE, L. P., A., Chateau d'Honvault, par Wimereux, Pas-de- 

Calais, France 904 

STOKES, A., A., Arts Club, 40 Dover-street, W. 67, 91, 389 
STOREY, G. A., A., 39 Broadhurst-gardens, South Hampstead, 

N.W.-I86, 707,734 

STOTT, E., A., Amberley, Sussex 97, 181 

STRANG, W., A., 7 Hamilton-terrace, N.W. 456, 1408, 1441, 1447 
Sainsbury, G. E. (Miss), 6 Clevedon-mansions, Highgate-road, N.W. 



Sainsbury, M. T. (Mrs.), 52 Wimpole-street, W. 1060 
Salisbury, F. O., The Red Gables, Harpenden 365, 393 
Salmon, C. E., 67 High-street, Reigate 1510 
Sandys, W. (Miss), 10 Aubrey-road, Campden-hill, W. H77 
Sanford, S. E. (Miss), Oakfield, Sunningdale, Ascot 804 
Scales, F. (Miss), 9 Queen Anne 's-gar dens, Bedford-park, W. 731 
Schafer, H. T., 176 Portsdown-road, Maida-vale, W. 522 
Schmalz, H., 49 Addison-road, Kensington, W. 282 
Schofield, J. W., 28 Finchley-road, N.W. 506 
r, H., 



Schroder, H., 8 Gainsborough Studios, Bedford-park, W. 1407 
Scott, J. M. (Miss), II South Molton-street, W. 1190 
Scott, S. E., IA Windmill-hill, Hampstead, N.W. 360 



ISO AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Sebright, R., 230 Bath-road, Worcester 976 

Seligman, E., c/o Chapman Bros., 241 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. 

643 

Sellers, J. H., 78 Cross-street, Manchester 1606 

Senior, M., 97 Cookridge-street, Leeds 77, 293 

Sharland, E. W., 46 Badminton-row, Bristol 1365 

Shaw, A. M. (Miss), Langleybury-vicarage, King's Langley, Herts 

1106 

Shaw, A. W., Crossgate, Amberley, Sussex 629 
Shaw B., 62 Addison-road, Kensington, W. 759 
Shaw, E. B. (Mrs.), 62 Addison-road, Kensington, W. 1198 
Sheard, T. F. M., 28 Holland-park-road, W. 84 
Shearer, R. S., 35 Alstone-avenue, Cheltenham 1944 
Shepard, E. H., Red-cottage, Shamley-green, Guildford 678 
Sherborn, C. W., I Finborough-road, South Kensington, S.W. 1424, 

1428 

Shiells, W. T., 13 Longley-road, Wealdstone, Middlesex 959 
Short, G. H., Burlington-lodge, Burlington-road, New Maiden, Surrey 

272 

Shrimpton, A. M. (Mrs. Giles), 183 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. 978 
Simpson, C. W., Chywoone-grove, Paul, Penzance 43, 664 
Simpson, F. M., 88 Gower-street, W.C. 1686 
Simpson, J. S. C. (Miss), 155 Widmore-road, Bromley, Kent I375> 

1394 

Sissons, M. (Miss), Villa des Reves, Vallee du Borrigo, Mentone, 

France 1467 

Skelton, J. R., 6 Brook -green Studios, Brook-green, W. 477 
Skinner, C. M. (Miss), 57 Church-street, Kensington, W. 1841 
Skinner, W. G., 19 Queen's-road, Richmond Hill, Surrey 824 
Slade, B. A., 27 Charles-street, Berkeley-square, W. 1664 
Slade, S., I Westcliff, Seaton, Devon 1259 
Slater, J. F., 6 South-parade, Whitley Bay 326 
Sloane, M. A. (Miss), 57 Bedford -gardens, W. 1358 
Small, F. (Mrs. Deric Hardy), 17 Wadham-gardens, Primrose-hill, 

N.W. 768 

Smart, D. F. (Miss), Westward Ho ! Devonshire 1219, 1340 
Smart, D. I., 97 Frierne-road, Dulwich, S.E. 1356, 1419 
Smirke, D. (Miss), 6 St. John's-road, Richmond, Surrey 1280 
Smith, B. L. (Mrs.), 31 Portman-square, W. 1041 
Smith, C. (Miss), 220 Gloucester-terrace, Hyde-park, W. 1416 



THE EXHIBITORS. 151 

Smith, C. A., 31 Fairfax-road, Bedford-park, W. 821 

Smith, C. C. E. (Miss), 19 Parklands-road, Streatham, S.W. 1258 

Smith, E. W., 41 Priory-road, South Hampstead, N.W. 1729 

Smith, G. (Miss), 29 Westbourne-park-road, W. 582 

Smith, G. B. (Mrs.), Little Orchard, Southgate, Hornsea, East Yorks 

1272 

Smith, H., Park Corner, Ravenscourt-square, W. 137, 646 
Smith, H. E. (Mrs.), 19 Parklands-road, Streatham-park, S.W. 1343 
Smith, R., 54 Pembroke-road, Clifton, Bristol 935 
Smith, V. C. (Miss), Ashleigh, Dudley, Worcestershire 1142 
Smyth, M., 56 Abbey-road, N.W. 514 
Smythe, M. (Miss), Chateau d'Honvault, par Wimereux, Pas-de-Calais, 

France 1 120, 1141 

Smythe, R., 17 Ulysses-road, West Hampstead, N.W. 1377 
Somerscales, T. J., 3 Leicester-street, Hull 217 
Soord, A. U., Cranmere, Hillside-road, Oxhey, Watford 791 
Soper, G., Harmer Green, Welwyn, Herts 1087 
Sowden, J., I Blenheim-road, Bradford 987 
Sowerby, J., Orde-house, Whitchurch, Ross-on-Wye 894, 1071 
Spain, J. E. D., 19 Hanover-square, W. 1643 
Spark, A. (Miss), 8 Wolverton-gardens, Ealing-common, W. 1313 
Sparks, N., 44 Castle-street, Battersea, S.W. 1350, 1417 
Speaight, A. L. (Mrs.), Homewood, Beaconsfield, Bucks 1 128, 1132 
Speed, H., 24 Holland-park-road, W. 353, 473 
Spence, P., Mellbreak, Gosforth, Newcastle-on-Tyne 907 
Spence, R., 29 Greville-road, N.W. 1391, 1392, 1411 
Spencer, F., 255 Ivydale-road, Nunhead, S.E. 982 
Spenlove-Spenlove, F., Studio, 1 16 Albert Mansions, Victoria street 

S.W. 105, 481 

Spiers, C. H. (Miss), 21 Bernard-street, Russell-square, W.C. 835 
Spiers, R. P., 21 Bernard-street, Russell-square, W.C. 819 
Spruce, E. C., 48A Back Cowper-street, Leeds 1740 
Squire, E. (Miss), 28 Tavistock-road, Westbourne-park, W. 817 
Stabler, P. (Mrs.), 34 Upper Mall, Hammersmith, W. 1814 
Stacey, W. S., The Lindens, Tiverton, Devon 795 
Stannard, A. M., Isebank, Wellingborough, Northants 915, 1083 
Stannard, H., Harpur-place, Bedford 917 
Stannard, H. S., Flitwick, Beds 839, 876 
Stannard, L. (Mrs. Silas), 101 Southgate-road, N. 842 



152 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Stanton, S. J. B., 47 Cavendish-road, Brondesbury, N.W. 1657 

Starling, A., Brierley, Sutton, Surrey 104 

Stead, P. H., 15 St. Julian's-farm-road, West Norwood, S.E. 1693 

Stedman, A. J., South-street, Farnham 1567 

Steele, F. H. (Miss), 63 Rowan-road, Brook-green, W. 1925 

Stenning, A. M. (Miss), Taversham-house, Beckenham 1174 

Stephens, E. W. J., 6 Franklin-road, Gillingham, Kent 1006 

Stevenson, J. A., I St. Oswald's Studios, Sedlescombe-road, West 

Brompton, S.W. 1853, 1922 
Stewart, C. E., 16 Grove-end-road, N.W. 23 
Stewart, E. (Miss), The Orchard, Bebington, Cheshire 1351 
Stewart, H. S. (Miss), 42 Oxford-terrace, Hyde-park, W. 1927, 1946 
Stewart, K. (Miss), c/o Miss Goodchild, 3 Endsleigh gardens, N.W. 

1310 

Stewart, R. W., 46 Gunter-grove, Chelsea, S.W. 552 
Stokes, G. V., Crosby-upon-Eden, Cumber land 786 
Stokes, L., 2 Great Smith-street, Westminster, S.W. 1497, 1498, 1678 
Stone, A. (Miss), 5 Grafton-street, W. 1166 
Stone, F. 133 Cheyne-walk, S.W. 1781 

Stott, W. R. S., 2 Studio, I4A Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. 112 
Strange, C. W., Padworth, near Reading 598 
Strangman, A. L. (Miss), Hampstead-hill-mansions, Downshire-hill, 

Hampstead-heath, N.W. 563 
Streeton, A., 10 Hill-road, N.W. 74, 453 
Strellett, E., 289 City-road, Islington, N. 1153 
Stretton, P. E., Ravendale, Farncombe, Surrey 346 
Sturdee, P., Colyford, Devon 508 

Style, A. (Miss), 40 Sheen-park, Richmond, Surrey 1215 
Sund, H., 7 Brook-green Studios, W. 1034, I O58> 1082 
Sutcliffe, E. T. (Mrs. L.), 40 Otley-road, Headingley, Leeds 273 
Sutton, A., I A Trelawn-avenue, Ash-road Headingley, Leeds 569 
Sutton and Gregory (Messrs.), Bromley-house, Nottingham 1561 
Swaish, F. G., Field-house, Willsbridge, Bristol 256 
Swan, M. A. (Miss), 3 Acacia-road, M.W. 618, 1949 
Swanwick, H., Wilmington, Polegate, Sussex 519, 943 
Swinstead, F. H., 15 Avenue-road, Highgate, N. 862 
Syers, R. A. (Miss), 6A Stanley Studios, Park-walk, Chelsea, S.W. 

Sykes, C., 193 Brompton jroad, S.W. 1967 
Sykes, G., 34 Estate-buildings, Huddersfield 831 



19"] THE EXHIBITORS. 153 

Symonds, W. R., Cornwall-lodge, Rowan-road, Brook-green, W. 

55> 740 

Symons, W. C., Stocks, Udimore, Rye 713 

Synge, E. M., Clare-cottage, West Byfleet, Surrey 1352 



THORNYCROFT, H., R.A., 2A Melbury-road, Kensington, W. 

1797. 1799, 1959 

TUKE, H. S., A., Lyndon-lodge, Hanwell, W. 441, 626 
Tadama-Groeneveld, T. (Madame), Katwyk-an-See, Holland 692 
Tait, C. J., Hampstead-way, Golder's-green, N.W. 1533 
Talmage, A., 143 Church-street, Chelsea, S.W. 422, 463 
Tamlin, J. H. P., Chestnut-house, South-street, King's Lynn 87 
Tapper, W., 10 Melina-place, St. JomVs-wood, N.W. 1594, 1677 
Tarver, H. M. (Miss), The Bungalow, Old Bushey, Herts 1144 
Taubman, F. M., 14 Provost-road, South Hampstead, N.W. 1936, 

1951 

Tayler, A. C., 15 Grove-end-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 300 

Taylor, L., 197 Bedford-hill, Balham, S.W. 1421 

Taylor, L. C., Ewhurst, Surrey 394, 702 

Teape, J. S., 165 Brooke-road, Clapton, N.E. 1159 

Teasdale, P. M., City-chambers, Leeds 451 

Temple, E. S. (Miss), Albert-lodge, Bushey, Herts 648 

Tenison, A. H. R., 21 Great Peter-street, Westminster, S.W. 1538 

Tennant, M. C. (Miss), 13 New Bedford-road, Luton 951, 1003 

Terry, A. D. (Miss), 37 Blenheim-gardens, Cricklewood, N.W. 1338 

Thatcher, M. (Miss), 124 Cromwell-road, Montpelier, Bristol 1521 

Theaker, H. G., I Blenheim-road, Bedford-park, W. 870 

Thomas, C., I Great Pulteney-street, W. 1780 

Thompson, C. H., Compton-lane, near Guildford 107 

Thompson, F. L., Polwin-house, Newlyn, Penzance 337, 546, 779 

Thomson, A. P., 21 Maxwell-road, Glasgow 1366 

Thomson, M. (Miss), Rook's-nest, Stevenage, Herts 941 

Thomson, W. H., 15 Royal-crescent, Edinburgh 1276 

Thring, F. (Miss), 9" Cambridge -road, Teddington 1123, 1164 

Tidmarsh, H. E., 20 Marriott-road, Barnet 940 

Tindall, .,13 Vernon-road, Woodhouse-lane, Leeds 549 

Titcomb, J., St. Ives, Cornwall 526 

Titcomb, W. H. Y., 15 Vyvyan-terrace, Clifton, Bristol 70, 170, 386 



154 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Toft, A., 87 Clifton-hill, N.W. 1768, 1783, 1798 

Toft, J. A., II Trafalgar Studios, Chelsea, S.W. 404 

Tollemache, D. (Hon.), 131 Oakwood-court, Kensington, W. 10 

Tomkins, F. (Miss), 3 St. Luke's-terrace, Cheltenham 1235 

Tracy, C. D., Fort-house, Shoreham, Sussex 18 

Travers, H. M., 3 Priory-road, Bedford-park, W. 1584 

Trent, N. A., Studio, 14 Gunter-grove, Chelsea, S.W. 1822, 1831, 

1921 

Trier, A. (Mrs.), Uplands, Champion-hill, S.E. 187, 523 
Trier, H., Uplands, Champion-hill, S.E. 520 
Trinder, M. E. M., 75 Duke's-avenue, Chiswick, W. 1073 
Troubridge, U. (Mrs.), 107 St. George's-square, S.W. 1732 
Troup, F. W., 14 Gray's-inn-square, W.C. 1675 
Tucker, A., Trevena, Windermere 882 
Tugwell, S., Richmond-chambers, Bournemouth 1543 
Tuke, L. K. (Miss), Avenue-house, Durham 993 
Turnbull, A. W., Michelmersh, Romsey, Hants 464 
Turner, W. L., Chestnut-hill, Keswick 315 
Turrell, C., 6 Finchley-road, N.W. 1105 
Turrell, H., Albion-villa, Henry-road, New Barnet 1124 
Tweed, J., 8 The Avenue Studios, 76 Fulham-road, S.W. 1777, l8oo 
Tyrrell, T., Kennington Studios, Prince's-square, S.E. 1941 

U 

Underwood, A. (Miss), Sackville Studio, East Grinstead 1145, 1298 
Underwood, E. S., 3 Queen-street, Cheapside, E.G. 1565 
Unsworth, W. F., Son, and Inigo Triggs (Messrs.), Petersfield, Hants 

1546, 1555 
Urquhart, M. McN. C., 22 St. George's-square, Primrose-hill, N.W. 

342 

Usher, E. F. (Miss), 184 Church-street, Kensington, W. 1257 
Utley, J. (Miss), Sefton-house, West Derby, Liverpool 920 



Vanderlyn, N., 176 Elm-park-mansions, Chelsea, S.W. 928 

Van Havermaet, C., 22 West Kensington-gardens, W. j6o 

Van Heddeghem, A. (Miss), 12 Cowley-st., Westminster, S.W. 267 



[i9ii THE EXHIBITORS. 155 

Van Ruith, H., 5 St. James-square, Holland-park, W. 325, 644, 747 
Van Someren, E. L., 6 Stanley Studios, Park-walk, Chelsea, S.W. 

529 

Verity, F. T., 7 Sackville-street, W. 1500 

Vining, J. N. R., Rolls-chambers, 89 Chancery-lane, W.C. 1552 
Vokes, A. E., Goodyear-chambers, Northampton 5 
Vyse, C., The Limerston Studio, Limerston-street, Chelsea, S.W. 
1759, 1782, 1857 

W 

WATERHOUSE, J. W., R.A., 10 Hall-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 

25, III, 141 
.WATERLOW, Sir E. A., R.A., I Maresfield-gardens, Fitzjohn's- 

avenue, N.W. 71, 135, 241, 938 
WEBB, Sir A., R.A., C.B., 19 Queen Anne's-gate, Westminster, 

S.W. 1542 
WOODS, H., R.A., Casetta Rocca, 583 San Vio, Venice, Italy 60, 

606 
WYLLIE, W. L., R.A., Tower-house, Tower-street, Portsmouth 

38, 252, 297, 505 
WOOD, F. D., A., 27 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 1785, 1791, 1809 

1818, 1899 

Wade, A. C., 40 Carlyle-road, Manor-park, .1708 
Wade, L. M. (Mrs.), 17 Chancellor's-road, Hammersmith, W. 1794 
Waite, E. W., Sunnymount, Guildford 358, 733 
Walcot, W., 7 The Boltons Studios, Redcliffe-road, S.W. 1431 
Waldmann, O., 54 Avenue du Maine, Paris 1955 
Walker, A. G., 5 Cedar Studios, Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 1742, 

1810 

Walker, C., Wayside Studio, Herkomer-road, Bushey, Herts I08l 
Walker, E., 3 Lansdown-parade, Cheltenham 983, 986 
Walker, E. (Miss), 127 Cheyne-walk, S.W. 475 
Walker, F. S., 2 The Firs, Mill-hill, N.W. 1344 
Walker, H., 14 Wellclose-square, Whitby 1027 
Walker, J. D., 13 Parkcliffe-mount, Bradford 857, 1064 
Walker, J. H., 65 Victoria-road, Kensington, W. 719 
Walker, L., Studio, I5IA King Henry's-road, N.W. 1647 
Walker, M. (Miss), 2 The Firs, Mill-hill, N.W. 832 
Walker, P., Belmont, Hereford 294 



156 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Walker, R. E., 6 Myrtle-street, Liverpool 1052 

Walker, W., 4 Nevern-road, South Kensingston, S.W. 1398 

Wallace, J., The Walls, Berwick-on-Tweed 642 

Wallis, B., 1 6 Penwerris-terrace, Falmouth 306 

Wallis, H., 72 The Downs, Altrincham 1076 

Wallis, K. E. (Miss), 54 Avenue du Maine, Paris 1905 

Walton, F., Holmbury St. Mary, Dorking 466 

Ward, C. B. (Mrs.), Wentworth, Manresa-road, Chelsea, S.W. 792, 

1455 

Ward, C. D., Wentworth, Manresa-road, S.W. 426 
Ward, D. P. (Miss), 15 Edwardes-square, Kensington, W. 1114, 1203 
Ward, G., Hillside-avenue, Frindsbury, Kent 1 000, 1077 
Ward, M. S., 104 Victoria-street, S.W. 1699 
Warden, L., Hessle, Yorks 1018 

Wardle, A., 34 Alma-square, St. John's-wood, N.W. 51, 459, 748 
Warren, E., 20 Bedford-square, W.C. 1638, -1673 
Warrick and Hall (Messrs.), 13 South-square, Gray's-inn, W.C. 1486 
Waterhouse, P. L., I Verulam-buildings, Gray's-inn, W.C. 1522 
Waters, F. B., 75 Rue Notre Dame des Champs, Paris 1224 
Watkin, I. (Miss), 68 Drewstead-road, Streatham, S.W. 632 
Watkins, E. S., 8 Kerrison-road, Ealing, W. 1512, 1575 
Watson, C. J., 19 Girdler's-road, W. 1396, 1399 
Watson, G. S., 17 Melbury-road, Kensington, W. 236, 368 
Watson, H., 18 Kensington-court-place, W. 75 
Watts, J. T., 34 Lidderdale-road, Sefton-park, Liverpool 906 
Way, F. (Mrs. A. Thacker), 25 Southwood-avenue, Highgate,N. 1316 
Weaver, H. P., School of Art, Shrewsbury 1053 
Webb, J. C., ill Clifton-hill, St. John's-wood, N.W. 1364 
Webb, M. H. (Mrs.), II Camden-gardens, Shepherd's-bush-green, W. 

602 

Webling, E. (Miss), 124 The Grove, Hammersmith, W. 1173, 1334 
Webster, A. G., School of Art, Lincoln 649 
Webster, W. E., 6 Pomona Studios, in New King's-road, S.W. 66, 

815, 960 

Wehrschmidt, D. A., 6A Holbein-place, S.W. 674 
Weiss, J., Houghton-house, Houghton, near Arundel 79 
Wells, E. F., Cedar-house, 48 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 772 
Wells, R. F., II Sloane-street, S.W. 1952 
West, A. M. (Miss), Virginia-cottage, Old Bushey, Herts 1321 
West, J. W., The Vane, Northwood, Middlesex 613 



1911] THE EXHIBITORS. 157 

Wetenhall, E. B., c/o A. H. Heron, 16 Great Marlborough-street, W. 

1688 

Wetherbee, G., 18 Redington-road, Hampstead, N.W. 205, 322 
Whall, V. (Miss), 19 Shaftesbury-road, Ravenscourt-park, W. 979 
Wheeler, E. K. (Miss), Kewhurst, Tilehurst, Berks 1871, 1953 
Wheelwright, M. (Mrs.), Cleves, Ditchling, Sussex 1 180 
Wheelwright, R., 17 Meadow Studios, Bushey, Herts 197 
While, H. S., 3 Glenhouse-road, Eltham, Kent 1883 
Whishaw, A. Y., Arnside, Westmorland 840 
White, A. C., 93 Clifton-hill, N.W. 1819, 1902 

White, F. (Miss), 12 Gathcart Studios, 33 Redcliffe-road, S.W. 1107 
White, W. H., I4A Cavendish-place, Cavendish-square, W. 1488, 

1656 

Whitehead, F., 174 Belsize-road, N.W. 704 
Whiting, F., 115 Gower-street, W.C. 145 
Whiting, L. A., Brookfield, Bective-road, Putney, S.W. 1812 
Whittemore, W. J., 318 West 57th-street, New York, U.S.A. 829 
Wickes, E. (Mrs.), Cortina, 6 Russell-road, Crouch-end, N. 1247 
Widdas, E. A., I St. Edmund's-terrace, Regent's-park, N.W. 1253 
Wiens, S. M., I Carlyle Studios, 296 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. 

1753 

Wightman, W. U. (Miss), 63 Sternhold-avenue, Streatham-hill, S.W. 

1133 

Wild, M. E. (Miss), Wayside, Broadstairs, Kent 1287 

Wilde, E. M. (Miss), 84 Lexham -gar dens, W. 295 

Wildman, W. A., 2 St. Oswald's Studios, Sedlescombe-road, West 
Brompton, S.W. 521 

Wilkinson, M. I. (Miss), Limnersholme, Bushey, Herts 1309 

Williams, C., 71 Eardley-crescent, S.W. Jj6 

Williams, C. M. (Mrs.), Heath-drive, Walton-on-the-hill, Surrey 
1088 

Williams, J., n Lissenden-mansions, Highgate-rood, N.W. 1465 

Williams, J. C. (Mrs.), 73 Boundary-road, N.W. 95 

Williams, L. G. (Miss), 33 Via Margutta, Rome 1835, ^38 

Williams, M. L. (Miss), Eaton Studio, Eaton-terrace, St. John's-wood, 
N.W.-279 

Williams, T., 89 Gunterstone-road, West Kensington, W. 153, 407 

Williamson, B., and J. H. <B. Foss (Messrs.), 16 Great Marlborough- 
street, W. 1616, 1617 

Willis, E. M. (Miss), Penshurst, 41 Park-road, Chiswick, W. 1134 



158 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1911 

Willis, S. W. W., I Fitzroy-road, Regent's-park, N.W. 1923 
Willmott, E., I Raymond-buildings, Gray's Inn, W.C. 1576 
Wills, J. and Sons (Messrs.), 166 Piccadilly, W. 1588, 1629 
Wills and Anderson (Messrs. ), 24 Bloomsbury-square, W.C. 1659 
Wilmer, J. R., Gayhurst, Pennance-road, Falmouth J6l 
Wilson, B. J. (Miss), The Laurels, Woodham-lane, Woking 1197 
Wilson, C., High-park, Cranleigh, Surrey 663 
Wilson, C. E., The Studio, Milford-heath, near Godalming 806, 

977 

Wilson, E. M., 9 Faraday-road, Acton, W. 1354, 1393 

Wilson, H. R. (Miss), 8 Kelso-place, Kensington, W. 1432 

Wimbush, W. (Miss), Saltley-lodge, Broadwater, Worthing 1066 

Windley, M. R. (Miss), 34 St. James's-road, Leicester 1770 

Winser, M. (Miss), Ratsberry, Tenterden, Kent 1746 

Winter, M. D. (Mrs.), 70 Swaffield-road, Wandsworth-common, S.W. 

II7I 

Winter, R. D., 70 Swaffield-road, Wandsworth-common, S.W. 

I45 1 
Wirgman, T. B., 24 Dawson-place, Pembridge-square, W. 246 

Wollen, W. B., 10 Queen- Anne's-gardens, Bedford-park, W. 744 
Wolseley, G., Sandicove, Newlyn, Penzance 624 
Wood, A. J. C., Skinburness Tower, Silloth, Cumberland 491 
Wood, A. R. (Mrs.), 138 Castellain-mansions, Maida-vale, W. 1225 
Wood, C. M. (Mrs. R. H. Wright), 2 Harcourt-buildings, Temple, 

E.G. 700 

Wood, U. (Miss), 17 Oval-road, Regent's-park, N.W. no, 458 
Woodhouse, W., Furness-road, Cross Copp, Morecambe $16 
Woods, A., 143 Church-street, Preston 311, 538 
Woodville, R. C., 2 Carlisle-place, Victoria-street, S.W. 47 
Woolfall and Eccles (Messrs.), 60 Castle-street, Liverpool 1496 
Wrathall, J. J., Brooklyn, Richmond-road, Kingston-on-Thames 1706 
Wright, A. M. (Miss), 4 Rue de Chevreuse, Paris 1867 
Wright, E. (Miss), 56 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. 498 
Wright, F., ii Grove-park-terrace, Chiswick, W. 1030 
Wright, F. A., 30 Speldhurst-road, Bedford-park, W. 1754, 1870, 

1933 

Wright, H. B., 173 Mackenzie-road, Beckenham, Kent 964 
Wrightson, M. (Miss), Neasham-hall, Darlington 1845 
Wyld, R. S. B., 31 Bedford-row, W.C. 1549 
Wyllie, C. W., 8A Elm Tree-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 216 



THE EXHIBITORS. 159 

Wyllie, H., 22 Exeter-road, Southsea 723 

Wynne, N. (Mrs.), Brambletye, Headley, Hants 594 

Wyon, A. G., 2 Langham-chambers, Portland-place, W. l743> 1852 



Yates, F., Highwood-house Studio, 12 Upper Marylebone-street, W. 

78 

Yeates, A., 18 Maddox-street, W. 1515, 1516, 1529 
Young, A., 29 Rutland-road, Harrow 6lO 
Young, A. S., 30 Trafalgar-square, Chelsea, S.W. 1735, 1948 
Young, F. G. (Miss), 15 Burstock-road, Putney, S.W. I2OO 



The following Academicians and Associates 
do not exhibit this year. 

ABBEY, E. A., R.A., Chelsea-lodge, 42 Tite-street, S.W. 

BELCHER, J., R.A., 20 Hanover-square, W. 

BRANGWYN, F., A., Temple-lodge, Queen-street, Hammersmith, 
W. 

JACKSON, T. G., R.A., 14 Buckingham-street, Strand, W.C. 

SHANNON, C. H., A., Lansdowne-house, Lansdowne-road, Holland- 
park, W. 

SHAW, R.N., R.A., 6 Ellerdale-road, Hampstead, N.W. 

YEAMES, W. F., R.A., 8 Campbell-road, Hanwell, W. 



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