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ANNEX 



PRICE ONE SHILLING 



us, EXHIBITION 




THE 



OF THE 



Mi pyal Academy of Arts! 



MDCCCCVTI 



The One Hundred and Thirty-Ninth 



WM. CLOWES AND SON'S, LIMITED, PRINTERS TO THE ROYAL ACADEMY. 



The Exhibition opens the in t Monday in May, and closes the 
tirst Monday in An 

Hours of Admission from 8 A.M. till 7 ?•**« 'except on the first 
day, when the doors do not open before 10 A.M.). Hour 
of closing, 7.30 I'.M. 

Price of Admission, is. 

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

Season Ticket, 5 J-. 

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. lid. in 
stamps for a paper-covered copy, and I J. Sd. for a bound 
copy. 

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



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










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ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS IN LONDON, 1007, 



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. . i . I:. II l>. H Diam or Oi.oi ..ester, Pro/euor of 

Ancient llintory. 

Tur l!r || ,-, Jom Mont.Kr. Ml'.. ProfUtOT of Ancient Literature. 

Tuk Vuooirn Dillov, Antiquan 

Tu> I iro Aw.ih-ry. Secretary for Foreign Correspondence. 

ll >\ IRABY KtMTRED ACADEMICIAN. 

Frith. William Powell, Km. 



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HONORARY FOEEIGN ACADEMICIANS. 

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and Trustee. 

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Knaus, Loowia. 
ACADEMICIANS. 

Kai Whirter. Jon:*, Esq. 

Murray, David, Esq. 

Ohohajumoh, William Quiller. Esq. 

Odlkss, Walter William, Ks^., Awlitor. 

Puvstkh, Sin Edward J., Bart., Presvlent 
and Truatee. 

Richmond, Sir William Blake, K.C.B. 

Riviere, Brito*, Es<i., Trustee. 

Bant, Jamks, Esq. 

Sargent. John Singer, Esq. 

Shaw, Richard Norma*, Esq. 

Solomon, Solomon .1., Esq. 

Stone. Marcus, Esq. 

Swan, John Mac Allah, Esq. 

Thornvkokt, W. Hamo, Esq. 

Watkhhousk, John William. Esq. 

Watkri.ow, Sir Ernest Albert. 

Webb, Sir Aston. Auditor. 

Woods, Henry, Esq. 

Ye ou:s, William Frederick., Esq. 
Librarian. 



HONORARY RETIRED ASSOCIATE. 
Stacpoole, Frederic. 



Fob* II • . Fredr. 

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I'.i OMPIR1 I'. R I '.is w.D T. 

Brami sy, Fa inr. 
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ASSOCIATES. 
East, Alfred. 
FARqoHARSON, David. 
Farquelarsor, Jobrph. 

Forbes. Stanhope A. 
II UIBL Arthur. 
eTrmt, Charles Napier, 
Heniit. Geouge. 
John. William Goscomre. 
I, a Til LWOUR, Henuv Herbert. 
North. John William. 
Parsons, Alfred. 



Peoram, Hesrt Alfred. 
Pomeroy, Fredk. William. 
Shannon. James J. 
Short, Frank. 
Smythe, Lionel Percy. 
Storey, George Adolphcs. 
Stott, Edward. 
Strang. William. 
Tike. Henhv Boon. 
Wyllie. Wiluam Lionel, 
R.A. Elect. 



PROFESSORS, 
(if PninUno. H von nrRKOMFR, Esq., R.A. I Of Anatomy, Arthur Thomsoh. MA. 

\ of Chemistry, Arthur Herbert Chcr.h, 

' n. A. 1 MA. F.R.S. 

Tii Ikt of Persj^ectiiv, George A. Storey, A. R.A. 

SECRETARY. 

Fred. A. Eaton. 



X. 2.] 

THE 



EXHIBITION 

OF THE 



Royal Academy of Arts 



MDCCCCVII 



The One Hundred and Thirty- Ninth 



"Nature is not at variance with Art, nor Art with 
Nature. . . . Art is the perfection of Nature. ... In 
brief, all things are artificial, for Nature is the Art of 
God" — Sir Thomas Browne, ' Religio Medici.'' 



LONDON 
WILLIAM CLOWES AND SONS, LIMITED 

PRINTERS TO THE ROYAL ACADEMY 
[Entered at Stationers^ Hall\ 



CONTEXTS. 



Oil Paintings. 

PAGE 

Gallery I. — (Nos. 1-72) ... 7 

II.— (Nos. 73-147) 12 

III.— (Xos. 148-252) 16 

IV.— (Nos. 253-315) 22 

V.— (Xos. 316-380) 26 

VI.— (Nos. 381-472) 30 

VII.— (Xos. 473-534) 35 

VIII.— (Xos. 535-6o8) 39 

IX.— (Xos. 609-756) 44 

X.— (Xos. 757-816) 51 

XL— (Xos. 817-896) 55 



Water Colours. 



Water Colour 
(Xos. 897-1124) 



Room— 



Miniatures. 

Water Colour Room- 
(Nos. 1 125-1326) ... . 



71 



Co 



Etchings, Drawings, and 
Engravings. 
Black and White Room — 
(Xos. 1327-1454) 82 

Architectural Drawings. 
Architectural Room — 
(Xos. 1455-1662) 89 

Sculpture. 
Central Hall — (Xos. 

1663-1695) 105 

Lecture Room — (Xos. 

1696-1845) 108 



IXDEX 



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2097026 



NOTICE TO EXHIB ITORS 

(1.) Time fou, avi> Modi or, bending m Wonai \ll Workf intended for th»» Anm!.il 
Exhibition al I Mi -T UK PI \< N l.l \ -i SI 1 HER1 

THE DAYS FIXED FOR THEIR RE( EPTION. stance* 

■ 

An Works sent from the country or from abroad • 
for delivery at the Academy, i :-«•» will 

i e received ; nor will ; 

.i Foreign Artist* and of English Artists residing in the country and abroad is especially 
i alb d to this regulation. 

(2.1 Modi oi Di cribino Wohks.— All Works must ■• ! form 

duly filled in with the Name >' bristian and Surname in full, signed >>u tfn 
of the Artist, the Titles and Descriptions of the Worl - 
Catalogue, and the Price if it is desired to place them 

undercover addressed to"5 . '. r^l be delivered with the Works. No .idvertise- 

^ncnl, Vnt tnitted. 

Al the back "f each Frame must lie writi ■ :" tlie Artist, v 

Title <>r Description of the Work, and the Number (if U 

refers in the Form. This in format ion must also be repeated, with \ • ess and 

accuracy, on a Label attai bed by a string to the top of each frame, and made to hang over iu 
front, as also to each piece of Sculpture. 

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

The Forms and Labels can b<- procured (during the month of March only from the Academy. 
Application for them made by letter must ho accompanied by a stamped and add] 
envelope for their enclosure. 

(8.) Ncmbkb of Works Allowed.— Members of tlie Academy are allowed to send six \ 
Non-Members three Works. 

(4.) Size of Frames, Margins, &c— Each Picture, or Drawing, must be in a separate Frame, 
or, if a series of Drawings from one Story be at any time admitted in the tame Frame, they 
must be enumerated as distinct pieces. A case of Miniatures or £ . Gems will )>e 

considered as one Work, provided the size of the case does n inches by five 

inches; and a case of Medals or 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 l>y four feet. 

All Pictures and Drawings must he in Gilt Frames. MINIATURES IX FRAM' 
WITH JEWELS APE INADMISSIBLE, oil PAINTINGS UNDER GLASS ARE 
INADMISSIBLE. EXCESSIVE BREADTH IX FRAMES OR-MARGINS. AS WELL 
AS PROJECTING MOULDINGS. MAY PREVENT PICTURES AND DRAA 
OBTAINING THE SITUATION THEY OTHERWISE 'MERIT, oval frames should be 
avoided, as they are difficult of arrangement. Reliefs should be framed. 

(6.1 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 n !);— no 

mere Transcripts of the objects of Natural History;— no Vignette Portraits, nor any Drawings 
without Backgrounds (excepting Architectural Designs) ;— and no Engravings or Etchings 
that have been published six months, can be received. 

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

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

(S.)— Close of the Exhibition— Delivery of Works.— Before the i losing of the Exhibition 
every Exhibitor will receive a separate Printed order for the Delivery of each Work. 
These must be properly filled in and signed by the Artist, and presented ly the person sent 
to claim the A\ ork. 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.i Privileges of Exhibitors. —Each Exhibitor is entitled to a Ticket of Admission to 
the Exhibition, as also to the ensuing Winter Lectures and Winter Exhibition of Old Masters. 
These tickets can only be obtained by personal application at the Royal Academy. 

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

•••EVERY POSSIBLE CARE WILL BE TAKEN OF WORKS SENT FOR EXHI- 
BITION; BET THE ROYAL ACADEMY WILL NOT HuLD ITSELF ACCOUNTABLE 
IN ANY CASE OF INJURY OB LOSS. 



CATALOGUE. 



The Prices of Works may be ascertained at the tables in the Vestibule. 
{See paragraphs 7 and 8 in the " Notice to Exhibitors") 

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

R.A. Royal Academician. A. Associate. 



GALLERY No. I. 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 1-72). 



r Violet Sybil M. Dowie. 

2 Wild Flowers and Scotch Firs : 

near Biggar Colin G. Mitcliell. 

3 Signals from the "Victory" 

W. L. Wyllie, R.A. Elect. 

4 The Hon. Mrs. Lionel Walrond 

Sir Luke Fildes^ R.A. 

5 Hardham Lock Charles H. H. Burleigh. 

6 Portrait of a Lady Louise Jopling. 

7 Carting Hay Howard G. Stormont. 



GALLERY No. I. [1907. 



8 T 1 1 E Rus h H a lo Jessie MacGrcgor. 

11 It was S. Michael. I saw him before my eyes. lie 
was not alone, but quite surrounded by the Angels of 
Heaven." — From the official Latin text of the trial and 
rehabilitation of Jeanne d Arc. 

9 The Admiralty, Port of Algiers 

Frederic A. Bridgman. 

10 Heather and Whin Frank Walton. 

11 Sir Launcelot of the Lake 

Defending Queen Guinevere 

IV. E. Gladstone Solomon. 

12 Weary Waiting John Car law. 

13 The Fortune-Teller Richard G. Crawford, 

14 The Miller's Orchard Lily Blatherwick. 

1 5 Poole Harbour : early morning . . . Edward King. 

16 "For ever wilt thou love, and 

she be fair!" George Wetherbec. 

17 Arthur Cook, Esq. Presentation 

Portrait Sir L uke Fildes, R. A . 

18 March Sidney Pike. 

19 The Gravel-Pit J. Buxton Knight. 

20 Our Golden Argosies ... Bernard F. Gribble. 

21 Grass Fields on the French 

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

22 The Right Hon. Sir John 

Kennaway, Bart., C.B., M.P. 

Walter W. Ouless, R.A. 

23 Milking-Time Ernest H. Bigg. 



1907.] 



GALLERY No. I. 



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25 
26 
27 
28 



29 

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32 
33 
34 
35 



36 

37 

33 
39 

40 
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Wanderers 

A Hay-Field 

Early Morning on the Clyde... 
Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers 
Runswick Bay. Purchased by the 

President and Council of the Royal 

Academy under the terms of the 

Chantrey Bequest 

First Aid 

Four Kittens 

Wanderers 

Lady Milbanke ... 
A Glass of Wine 

Fodder 

W. C. Heaton-Armstrong, Esq., 

M.P. Presentation Pojirait. 

W. Q. Orchardson, R.A. 

A Breezy Morning H. Mitton Wilson. 

"When woods around have put 

their glory on" Edward W. Waite. 

Lady Eden John S. Sargent, R.A. 

Lesbia and her Sparrow 

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

Clapham Church /. Buxton Knight. 

Mrs. Arthur Layard and 

Phyllis Herman G. Herkomer. 

Trebarwith Strand, North Corn- 
wall Grace E. Gladstone. 



Flore?ice A. Saltmer. 
Try thai Rowe. 
Patrick Downie. 
C. M. Padday. 



. . . Arthur Friedenson. 
... John R. K. Duff. 
Frederick G. Swaish. 
... May Fumiss. 
... Mark Milba?ike. 
... Laura Knight. 
...Henry lVoods,R.A. 



IO 



GALLERY No. I. 



[1907. 



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44 

45 
46 

47 
48 

49 

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53 
54 
55 

56 
57 
53 

59 
60 
61 

62 
63 
64 



Rainwashed Corn 

A Visit from the Neighbour 

Inverlair 

Miss Ida Legge 

The New Doll 

Spring 

August Herring 

A Posy for Grandmother 

A Portrait 

Evening 

The Prisoner 

The Fern-Gatherers 

Viscount Knutsford 



The Joy of Youth 

A Spring Idyll 

The Harbour Bar 

Fisher Girls 

Dewy Pastures 

The Ugly Duckling 

Andersen) 

The Sirens 

Meadows 



Heather Thompson. 
Bernard de JI< . 
G. OgUvy Rcid. 
G. P. Jacomb-Hood. 
William R. Symonds. 
B. Eas flake Leader.* 
William H. Bartlett 
... Adam E. Proctor. 
... 77. von ILcrkomcr, R.A. 
B. W. Leader, R.A. 
Bernard F. Gribble. 
Lio?iel Birch. 

G.C.M.G. 

Arthur S. Cope, A. 

Va I Havers. 

Arthur H Buckland. 

W. Ay erst Ingram, 

... M. Lancaster Lucas. 

Charles Collins. 

(Hans 

John Scott. 

G. P. Jacomb-Hood. 

Mark Fisher. 

J W. North, A. 



Ye valleys low, where the mild whispers use 

Of shades and wanton winds and gushing brooks." 

— Milton, 



1907.] 



GALLERY No. I. 



ii 



65 
66 

67 
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69 
70 

7i 

72 



The Fish-Market, Etaples 

Sunlight and Shade : Funchal, 

Madeira 

The Morning Walk 
A Misty Morning 
Mrs. A. S. Cope ... 
A Royal Salute ... 



James Quinn. 



Hodgkin Dixon. 

A If red Hayward. 

Frank Dean. 

Arthur S. Cope, A. 

W. L. Wyllie, R.A. Elect. 



A Summer's Day : Costessey, Norfolk Miller Smith. 
" Kath," daughter of the Artist C. M. Q. Orchardson. 



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GALLERY No. II. 



73 

74 
75 
76 

77 
78 

79 
80 
81 
82 
83 

84 

85 
86 

87 



89 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 73—147). 



Noon 

Convalescent 

A Lowland Farm : 

The Brood 



Amcsby Brown, A. 

Frederick G. Swaish. 

Lincolnshire Alfred Midgley. 
George Firic. 



George W.Joy. 

...J. IV. Water housed. A. 

A. L. Airy. 

Giuilt JolUy. 

M. E. Atkins. 

Agnes N. Milne. 



Mackenzie Bell, Esq. 

Isabella 

The Wagtail's Parlour 

Morning Sunshine 

Clouds and Shadow 

Sunset Glow 

A Bit of Poole Quay : evening 

sunlight Edward Ki?ig. 

Carting Roots Thomas F. M. S/ieard. 

At their Moorings Stanhope A, Forbes, A. 

Mrs. W. W. Ashley H. von Herkomer, R.A. 

The Old Bridge at Fittleworth Daisy R. Claguc. 
Winter among the Hills — North 

Wales Edward Dairies. 

Across the River David Murray, R.A. 



1907.] GALLERY No. II. 13 

90 Taormina and Etna Albert Goodwin. 

91 The Reader Frank Bramley, A. 

92 A Greek Lady and her Bath A. Dampier May. 

93 The Road to the Chalk-Pit J. Silvester Blunt. 

94 Emblems of an Ancient Faith Edith Sprague. 

95 Angus to G. Stoppoloni. 

" Poscia a guisa d' innamorata madre, ora belandogli 
intorno, ed ora leccandolo, parea che teneramente lo 
vagheggiasse." — Annibal Caro. 

96 "Wake up, you lazy boy!" Florence A. Saltmer. 

97 Spithead W. L. Wyllie, R.A. Elect, 

98 Lady Prideaux Catherine Otiless. 

99 Eggersund, Norway Henry Enfield. 

100 Kirkby Malhamdale ... Reg'mald G. Brundrit. 

1 01 Ethel and William Harwood 

Julie H. Heynemann. 

102 The Ferry on the Loch Joseph Farauharson, A. 

103 Sir William Perkin, F.R.S. ...Arthur S. Cope, A. 

104 In the Heart of Borrowdale Frank T. Carter. 

105 A Rehearsal Willia?n Logsdail. 

106 "Caught out:" gale coming on 

C. Napier Be/ny, A. 

107 Sir Donald Currie, G.C.M.G., 

LL.D Walter W. Ouless, R.A. 

108 Silence, Sunlight, and Snow... Harry W. Adams. 

109 Mrs. Max Adam son George F. Bird. 

no "Some gleams of sunshine 'mid 

renewing storms" Joseph Farauharson, A. 



H GALLERY No. II. [1907. 

in SUNNY Hours J fry wood Hardy. 

112 The Evil Eye Frank W. W. Topham. 

"No, be assured, you shall not find me evil eyed unto you." 

113 A Sunny Pergola Adolph Browser . 

114 Returning from the Fields... Gertrude Leesc. 

115 Midsummer Mark Fisher. 

116 International Courtesies: 

Portsmouth IV. L. Wyllie, R.A. Elect. 

117 The Delft Jar Cecil Jay. 

118 The River, Quimperle Jlf.F. Horn. 

119 Dallying Herbert E. Butler. 

120 The In-Coming Tide William Parkyn. 

121 The Return of the Flock ... John Feddcr. 

122 Vanity F. Cadogan Cowftcr, 

123 A Roundelay J. Seymour Lucas, TLA* 

124 G. W. Mounsey-Heysham, Esq. 

Frank Bramley, A. 

125 Harvest on the Nottingham- 

shire Wolds Charles Knight. 

126 Miss Maud Hanson Walker ...J. Hanson Walker. 

127 The Nest Charles van Haver maet. 

128 Roses Rose E. Welly. 

129 Fishing Sir E.J. Foynter, Bart., P. R.A. 

130 A Cottage Madonna Edward Stott, A. 

131 Midday on the Marsh Hawes Turner. 

132 Miss Janet Alexander Frank W. Carter 

133 An Autumn Evening Anna Birch. 



1907.] GALLERY No. II. 15 

134 True till Death E. Matthew Hale. 

135 A Storm Brewing Edgar Bundy. 

136 Sunset George Clausen, A. 

137 Portrait of an Elderly Gen- 

tleman Briton Riviere, R.A. 

138 Shere Heath B. Eastlake Leader. 

139 The Lledr at Bettws-y-Coed David Hewitt. 

140 Golden Fruit and Flowers ... E. T. Sutdiffe. 

141 Captain James de Courcy 

Hamilton, R.N., Chief Officer, 

London Fire Brigade Hugh G. Riviere. 

142 The Town Mouse and the 

Country Mouse G. D. Leslie, R.A. 

143 Peire of Valeria Denis Eden. 

Peire of Valeria was of Gascony, and he was a jongleur 
at the same time and season as Marcabrr.n ; and he 
made "vers" of little worth, of flowers, of leaves, and 
of the songs of birds, even as men were wont to make at 
that time. 

144 Under Vesuvius Albert Goodwin. 

145 A Country Child James Sant, R.A. 

146 A Corner in the Rick-Yard... Bred Hall. 

147 Showery Weather Marianne Manscll. 



( 16 ) [1907. 



GALLERY No. III. 



OIL PAINTINGS-(Nos. 148-252). 



148 Santa Maria Leaving Palos, 

1492 Alfred J. Pazolt. 

149 Autumn J. Noble Barlow. 

150 Demeter at Eleusis... Sir IV. B. Richmond, R.A. 

151 Mrs. Henry van den Bergh 

Solomon J. Solomon, R.A. 

152 Evening Glow Grcvillc Morris. 

153 Girl with a Mandolin Simon H. Vedder 

154 A Corner of the Market, 

Etaples Evelyn Harke. 

155 "And the winter shall come" 

F. Spcnlovc-Sfcnlcn'c. 

156 A Sussex Autumn H. H. La Thangue, A. 

157 A Welsh River B. IV. Leader, R.A. 

158 A Highland Ravine : Glen Affric 

/. MacWhirter, R|f. 

159 Lord Ampthill, G. C.S.I. Presen- 

tation Portrait Albert H. Colli n^s. 

160 A Driftway in the Vale of 

White Horse Seymour Meeredy. 



1907.] GALLERY No. III. 17 

161 His Majesty the King Arthur S. Cope, A. 

162 St. Mary's Falls, Glen Cannich 

/ MacWhirter, R.A. 

163 Lady Ampthill, C.I. Presen- 

tation Portrait Albert H. Cottings. 

164 Ox a Sunny Shore Hubert Coop. 

165 The Sunny Looking-Glass ... Ursula Wood. 

166 Adjusting the Plough J. Scherreivitz. 

167 After the Heat of the Day 

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

168 A Sussex Stream H. H. La T/iangue, A. 

169 Sir Richard J. Waldie-Griffith, 

Bart H. von Herkomer, R.A. 

170 Evening Sunshine J. Clayton Adams. 

171 Portrait Group Geo. W. Lambert. 

172 Ceylon Leopards J. M. Swan, R.A. 

173 Thomas Carlaw Martin, Esq., 

LL.D. Presentation Portrait. 

W. Q. Ore/iardson, R.A. 

174 Wood-Nymphs Henwood Blarney. 

175 Anchovy Boat off Galita ... J. Fraser. 

176 The Disputation Alfred A. Wolmark. 

177 The Way of Peace G. D. Leslie, R.A. 

178 The Mother Frank Dicksee, R.A. 

179 Durham Vincent P. Yglesias. 



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GALLERY No. III. 



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1 80 


Children and Nurses Estelle Nathan. 


181 


Mrs. Douglas Knocker Walter D< 


IS2 


A Shallow Stream at Eventh>E 




B. W. Leader, R.A. 


183 


Frederick Struben, Esq. Sir Luke Fildes, R \. 


184 


The Turn of the Tide ... Arch. H. El/hinstone. 


185 


The Water Mill Harold Waite. 


186 


The Dogs of War CresweH H. Desmond. 




" Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war." 


187 


The Haunts of R. L. Stevenson James Riddel. 


188 


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


189 


Lady Speyer John S. Sargent, R.A. 


190 


A Fair Haven Louis Grier. 


191 


The Stiffkey Willows ... Frank E. Beresford. 


192 


Portrait of a Lady Laurence Koe. 


193 


A Yorkshire Dale Sir Ernest A. Water low, R.A. 


194 


"Andante Espressivo" ... Stanhope A. Forbes, A. 


195 


Sunset off Christchurch ... Moffat Lindner. 


196 


"Carry me" Frank 0. Salisbury. 


197 


Timely Assistance Arthur J. W. Bur-ess. 


198 


A Market Scene in Brittany Frederick Bauhof. 


199 


Old Durham Alfred East, A. 


200 


The Silence of the Snows 



Joseph Farquharson, A. 



1907.] GALLERY No. III. 19 

201 Margie, Guy, and Joan, the 

children of Peter Ormwood, Esq. E. F. Wells. 

202 Dunwich Marshes Edward T. Lingwood. 

203 The Valley of the Waveney, 

Suffolk A. Carruthers Gould. 

204 David J. Jardine, Esq Arthur S. Cope, A. 

205 The Reaper and the Maid ... Edward Stott, A. 
2c6 Pastures New James Sant, R.A. 

207 Tristram and Isolde E. Blair Leighton. 

208 Mrs. Ernest E. Sikes Charles E. Butler, 

209 The Wooded Hill Top Henry Strachey. 

210 Portrait of the Artist Joyce C. Williams. 

211 Crooks Peak, The Mendips C. H. Collins Baker. 

212 Eldorado E.J. Gregory, R.A. 

213 Miss Mary E. Robinson 

Sir W. B. Richmond, R.A. 

214 Hexham, Northumberland T. B. Garvie. 

215 Sunday Walter E. Webster. 

216 On the Headlands by Bideford Charles J. Fox. 

217 Mrs. Ernest Schnadhorst ... Laurence Koe. 

218 The King's Daughters Arthur A. Dixon. 

219 Cromwell Andrew C. Gow, R.A. 

The end of the Long Parliament. 

220 The Wherry Arnesby Brown, A. 

221 Mrs. Henry J. Ickelheimer ... J.J. Shannon^ A. 



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222 
223 
224 

225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
230 

231 
232 
233 
234 



235 
236 

237 
238 

239 
240 
241 
242 



novembi r 

Eventide 

Adversity 

Diana and Actveon ... 

The Road to the Loch 

Preparing for Sea ... 

llttlehampton quay 

The Dewy Morn 

Children of Lawrence Timpson, 

Esq William Carter. 

The Pilchard Season ... David Farauharson, A. 
Phyllis and Demophoon J. IV. Watcrhouse, R.A. 
Mrs. Young Hunter J. Young Hunter. 

"Blue seas, surf crested by 
fringe of 



T. Hodgson Li J Jell. 
Nina BairJ. 
... Harold Swanwkk. 

R. W. Macbeth, R.A. 
Peter Graham, R.A. 
... P. M. Teas dak. 
... A mold Priestman. 

... Fred Hall. 



THE REEFS WITH 
FOAM" 

Autumn Landscape 

Bound for London : gulls flying 



up the river 
Lady Sassoon 
In Shallow Seas 
Evening on the Seine 
Out into the Deep . 
Segovia, Castille... 



Reginald Smith. 
Lindsay G. Macarthur. 



C. Napier Hemy, A. 
John S. Sargent. R.A. 
F. Stnart Richardson, 

Fred Milner. 

... Herbert E. Butler. 

J/ Cameron. 



The Duet : Windsor Castle from 

the Eton Fields David Murray, R.A. 



1907.] 



GALLERY No. III. 



21 



243 
244 

245 
246 

247 
248 
249 



2^2 



Jason and Medea 

Miss Grace 

A River in France 



./. W. Waterhouse, R.A, 
J. F. Harrison Button. 
Henry Bishop. 



Alderman J. Ball, Lord Mayor 



of Liverpool, 1905-6... 
The Hill-Side Farm 
The Admonition 
November Sunshine ... 
Tweed Salmon Fishers 
The Farm in the Hollow 
Mrs. Albert Birnbaum ... 



... G.Hall Male. 
... Alfred Parsons, A. 

Henry Woods, R.A. 
... M. Raphael Jones ; 
... James Wallace. 
... James Riddel. 

Briton Riviere, R.A, 



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[I90 7 . 



GALLERY No. IV. 





OIL PAINTINGS-CNos. 253-315). 


253 


The Tranquil Hour 


Percy Tarrant. 


254 


The Dart in Flood 


Beatrice Ley. 


255 


Lucrezia Borgia's Devotions 






Andrew W. Turnbull. 


256 


A Chalk-Pit on the Sussex 




Downs 


Sir Ernest A. Water low, R. A. 


257 


Market Day 


W. Frank C alder on. 


253 


" O'er the hills 


AND FAR 




AWAY " 


Henry J. Bell. 


259 


In the Ancient 


Town of 




Bruges 


Frederick Marriott. 


260 


Burnham Beeches 


Laura Pimm. 


261 


Funny Chaps 


Arthur War die. 


262 


Arriving Home ... 


Robert W. Allan. 


263 


Portrait of a Lady 


William Woitncr. 


264 


Changing Pasture 


Thomas Spinks. 


265 


Mrs. Pilkington 


Walter W. Ouless, R.A. 



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23 



266 Funeral of King Charles I., 

St. George's Chapel, Windsor Ernest Crofts, R.A, 

" The King's body was then brought from his bed- 
chamber down into St. George's Hall, whence, after a 
little stay, it was with a slow and solemn pace (much 
sorrow in most faces being then discernible) carried by 
gentlemen of quality. The noblemen in mourning also 
held up the pall. The snow fell so fast, that by that 
time the corpse came to the west end of the Royal 
Chapel, the black velvet pall was thick covered over 
with snow. Thus went the White King to his grave." 
— Extract from Wood's " A thence Oxonienses." 

267 Offerings for their Dead : 



268 
269 
270 
271 
272 

273 

274 

275 
276 

277 
278 
279 



All Souls' Day in Brittany 

At Autumn's Close 

Miss Irene Untermeyer... 

The Lizard 

Mrs. Dudley Cross ... 
The Murder Charge 
Eel Crag, Borrowdale 
Death the Awakener 

The Aftermath 

Mrs. Ieberson-Prout 
The Abbey Stream ... 
Sogndal, Norway 
Lady Weber 



. /. Milner Kite. 

F. Spenlove-Spenlove. 

.. J- J. S/iannon, A, 

... Hon. Duff Tolkmache. 

...F. Markham Skipworth, 

Creswett H. Desmond. 

Frank T. Carter, 

Fra7ik M. Bennett 

Alfred East, A. 

Hal Hurst. 

Sid V. Gardner. 

Henry Enfield. 

Frank Dick see, R.A. 



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[1907. 



280 How the Devil, disguised as a 

VAGRANT TROUBADOUR, HAVING 
BEEN ENTERTAINED BY SOME 
CHARITABLE NUNS, SANG TO 

them A SONG OF LOVE ... F. Cadogan Cowpcr. 



281 


Crowland Abbey 


... /. Alfonso Toft. 


282 


The Far East 


E. Aubrey Hunt. 


^s 


A Fine October Day on 


THE 




Conway 


William E. Benger. 


284 


Sea Breezes 


... J. Elgar Bus sell. 


2S5 


J. Albert Causton, Esq. 


Prc- 




se?itation Portrait 


...J. H. F. Bacon, A. 


286 


The Windmill 


David Murray, R.A. 


287 


Jessie, daughter of Wm. Spiller, 




Esq 


Oswald Moser. 


288 


Autumn Ploughing 


Charles W. Simpson. 


289 


The Silence of the Frost 


S.f. Lamorna Birch. 


290 


A Flemish Peasant 


Walter Langley. 


291 


Jock and Cupid 


... Frank Bramley, A. 


292 


Changing Pastures 


Claude Hayes. 


293 


Fast-Fading Light 


Guy Kort right. 


294 


A Stiff Pull 


. . . Robert H. Buxton. 


295 


Carol, son of the Hon. 


Mr. 




Justice Swinfen Eady 


M. Seymour Lucas. 


296 


The Fold 


...Arnesby Brown, A. 



1907.] GALLERY No. IV. 25 

297 Thomas Holford, J. P., D.L. 

Walter W. Ouless, R.A. 

298 Picardy Marshland Jose Weiss. 

299 A Farmstead in Picardy Lio?iel T. Crawshaw. 

300 Needlework Andrew Co Hey. 

301 Mrs. B. Whittaker Ellis Sir Luke Fildes, R.A. 

302 Harvest-Time Peter Graham, R.A. 

303 Hero Worship Flora M. Reid. 

304 Time to Start Kenneth T. M. Teesdale. 

305 The Lake Rowland Holy oake. 

306 Mrs. Nigel Hanbury Catherine Oitless, 

307 Belated Edward Stott, A. 

308 Flight of the Swallows ... J. H. Lorimer. 

" O c'est triste de voir s'en fuir les hirondelles. 
Elles s'en vont la-bas 
Vers le midi dore." 

309 Charles H. Thompso?i 

" Our roads are diverse — farewell, Love, said she, 
Tis duty I abide by." — R. Browning. 

310 Far Away o'er Hill and Dale R. Half night. 

311 A. E. Scott, Esq Stanhope A. Forbes, A. 

312 Shores of Mediterranean, Juan 

les Pins: the afterglow ... /. MacWhirter, R.A. 

313 Shoving Off Frank Heath. 

314 The Keep of Barbarossa ... Horace Fisher. 

315 Henry Lucas, Esq. Presentation 

Portrait. Solo?non J. Solomon, R.A. 



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[1907. 



GALLERY No. V. 



316 

317 
318 

3 l 9 



OIL PAINTINGS-(Nos. 316-380). 



Mrs. Kay Robertson 

Miss B. Capel 

The Crest of the Hill 
Enid and Geraint ... 



... C. Kay Robertson. 
... J. E. Blanche. 
Briton Riviere, R.A. 
Rowland Wheelwright, 



" Once she looked back, and when she saw him ride, 
more near by many a rood than yester-morn, it well 
nigh made her cheerful." 



320 


The Art Student 


Clare Waters. 


321 


Their Stock in Trade ... 


Steven Spurrier. 


322 


Anemones 


...R. Willes Maddox. 


3 2 3 


The Cottage Gardener ... 


... William B. G elder. 


324 


Winter in the North ... 


... Niels AT. Lund. 


3 2 5 


The White Hounds 


Maud Earl. 



And the soul is as blown dust within the wood, 

Wherein the white hounds move where timeless shadows brood." 

326 Dawn Among the Mountains 0. Wynne Apperley. 

327 Mrs. Arthur Ross William R. Symonds. 

328 The Deep-Sea Rain C. Napier He my, \. 



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GALLERY No. V. 



27 



329 The Octopus 



Percy W. Gibbs. 



" The many tentacled towns, drawing to themselves 
all the strength and sap of the earth." 

330 " Playmates " : Marjorie, Kath- 
leen, Joan, daughters of Samuel 
Ryder, Esq., J.P Frank 0. Salisbury, 

Mrs. Archibald Langman John S. Sargent, R.A. 

The Off-Shore Wind ... C. Napier Hemy, A. 

The Lady Huntsman John Charlton. 

A Watch Tower in the Low 

Countries Norman Garstin. 

Arthur Evans, Esq. Presenta- 
tion Portrait Sir W. B. Richmond, R.A. 



33i 
332 
333 
334 

335 

336 
337 
338 

339 
340 
34i 
342 
343 
344 
345 
346 



The Laggard 

A By-Road to the Farm 
From the Battlements 

Windsor Castle ... 
Camp Followers 
Charles W. Tayleur, Esq 
Love Leaving Psyche 
T. A. Shannon, Esq. 
Landing the Fish ... 

Segovia, Spain 

The Avenue 

lleut.-colonel gundry 



... Lucy Kemp-Welch, 
... T. Austen Brown, 

OF 

Walter Donne. 
Winifred A usten . 
... Arthur Hacker, A. 

Harold Speed. 

... J.J. Shannon, A. 

J. Richard' Bagshawe. 

H. Hughes-Stanton. 

Wilfrid G. von Glehn. 

... Henry S. Tuke, A. 



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[1907. 



347 
343 
349 

35o 
35i 
35- 
353 

354 
355 
356 

357 
353 

359 
360 
361 
362 
3^3 

3 6 4 

365 
366 

367 
368 



The Wandering Psyche 

La Penseuse 

At Work 

Evening Calm 

The Onlooker 

A September Morning 



Arthur Hacker, A. 

Anna Airy. 

Annie E. Spong. 
William Redworth. 

E. Phillips Fox. 
Arthur Fricdenson. 



J.J. Shannon, A. 
James Wallace. 
James Henry. 



Mrs. Josceline Bagot and her 

Son. Presentation Portrait ... 

The Flock-Master 

Lingering Winter 

J. H. Taylor, ex open golf 

champion 

Building the Rick 

The Maid 

Patiently Waiting 

Miss Amy Marks 

Youth 

Katie 

Golden Autumn : Derbyshire 

Arthur H. Hammond. 
Dorothy, daughter of John W. 

Clayton, Esq A. E. Brockbank, 

Snared Stanhope A . Forbes, A 

Mrs. Clive Bigham George Henry, A, 

Chateau d'Oex : toward eve ... Ashley B. Knight, 
Hindhead : Winter Vignoles Fisher. 



Richard Jack. 
... George Clausen, A. 

Frank Craig. 

Elise Thompson. 
... Ethel Cairick. 

Max Bohm. 
... John M. Aiken. 



1907.] GALLERY No. V. 29 

369 Cattle in a Meadow Andrew Douglas. 

370 By the Fireside Joseph Oppenheimer. 

371 The Morning of the Year ... Lucy Kemp- Welch. 

372 November in Capri Hoi'ace Fisher. 

373 Retour du Jardin Rupert C. IV. Bunny. 

374 Gleaners Dorothea Sharp. 

375 Twilight: St. Ives' Harbour ... Hay ley Lever. 

376 Diana Vernon John Charlton. 

377 Summer Lionel P. Smytfie, A. 

378 Making Ligurian Lace ... H. H. La Thangue, A. 

379 A Happy Interlude Harry Watson, 

380 " Over hill and dale, through 

night and day, still seeking 

for something" E. M. Peile. 



( 30 ) 1907 



GALLERY No. VI. 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 381-472). 



381 "My Little Bird:" Marjorie 

G. Hillyard Swinstead. 

382 A Distant View of the 

Stretton Hills, Shropshire ... Edward T. Jones. 

383 H.H. The Rajah of Panne ... Herbert A. Olivier. 

384 Oswald Moscr. 

" C is the candle that lit me to bed 
And strange were the shadows it cast overhead." 

385 Ducks and Drakes Barbara Chamier. 

386 Roses and Crystal Ferdinand Sinet. 

387 The Skylark Arthur Hacker, A. 

388 The Liner She's a Lady IV. Ayerst Ingram. 

389 Corfe Castle Per civ al Gaskell. 

390 H.H. The Rajah of Raygush 

Herbert A. Olivier. 

391 The Rowan Tree Edith B. Hidden. 

392 Fisher Folk Carlton A. Smith. 

393 Sulking A. E. Hope Joseph. 

394 Drifting Clouds : Holland ... Kershaw Schofield. 



1907.] GALLERY No. VI. 31 

395 Colleen and Kitty, daughters 

of William Moylan, Esq Laurence Koe. 

396 " Where rocks and woods 

o'erhang the turbid stream " David Hewitt. 

397 Mrs. Ratan Tata J. J. Shannon , A. 

398 After Dawn J. Richard Bagshawe. 

399 The Birth of Spring John B. Noel. 

400 The Mill Meadows Yeend King. 

401 Sir John Williams, Bart., M.D. 

Christopher Williams. 

402 Trixie C. E. Le Rossignol. 

403 My Daughters Albert de Kossak. 

404 Saint Rose of Lima Ethel Wright. 

405 An Island Festival Charles Sims. 

406 Burning Bracken: Grasmere ... Frank Bra?nley, A. 

407 Firelight and Pearl J. Walter West. 

408 The Hidden Source Alfred R. Kemplen. 

409 Sopley Mill Charles H. H. Burleigh. 

410 A November Morning Harry H. Clarke. 

411 A Mountain Ghyll, near 

Coniston J. H Cros stand. 

412 Margaret, daughter of the late 

David Knox Mair, Esq Frank S. Eastman. 

413 Night Byron Cooper. 

" When the moon lights her watch-tower in the sky." 

414 C. W. Dyson Perrins, Esq. ... Arthur Hecker, A. 



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GALLERY No. VI. 



[1907. 



415 


A Suffolk Estuary 


...Wilfrid M. Evans. 


416 


The Old Stable 


... G. Vernon Stokes. 


417 


A Surrey Sand-Pit , 


Frank J Wilt on. 


418 


George Hubbard, Esq. 


Shirley Sloeombe. 


419 


Samuel Trenner, Esq. ... 


. . . Mayer Klang. 


420 


A Grey Day 


Frank Dean. 


421 


Early Spring in Cornwall ... James Henry. 


422 


Summer Clouds 


... Effie N. Smith. 


423 


The Bridge, Fittleworth .. 


. Mildred A. Loiegrove. 


424 


The Old Barn 


Evelyn J Fathers ton . 


425 


The Countess of Essex ... 


John S. Sargent, R.A. 


426 


Granite and Gorse 


J J'. Murphy G runs haw. 


427 


Mrs. Creswell , 


Ernest Sichel. 


428 


Dawn 


... Goodwin Kilburnc. 


429 


Leaving the Downs 


J. S. Sanderson Wells. 


430 


Convalescent 


... William M. Palin. 


431 


Moonlight in Picardy .., 


... Algernon Ta Image. 


432 


Ligurian Grapes 


H H La Thaugue, A. 


433 


Portrait of a Lady 


Harold Speed. 


434 


The Daughter of the M 


ILL 

Spottisii'code Duthie. 


435 


A Little Girl with Dolls ... Harrington Mann. 


43 6 


Charlotte's Pony 


Alfred J. Mannings. 


437 


The Dock Head 


. ... W. H Bond. 


438 


Looking Seaward 


... Leonard Watts. 


439 


Paul David, Esq. Presentation 




Portrait 


. ...Arthur T. Novell. 



[907.] GALLERY No. VI. 33 

140 Professor Campbell Brown, 

LL.D Keith Henderson. 

The Lock Bertram Priestman. 

Moorland: after rain Hon. Walter James 

Lazy-Bo nes Helen Hindley. 

The Fringe of a Yorkshire 

Moor Thomas Ramsden, 

Mariage de Convenance ... Hon. John Collier, 

Where the River Woos the 

Woodland R. Vicat Cole, 

Captain of the Guard, Waterloo John Russell. 

M e adowsweet Fred Stead. 

A Summer Afternoon ... Francis H. Williams. 

Street Scene : Funchal, Madeira Hodgkin Dixon. 

From the Riviera A. Miles Albert. 

The West Wind J. L. Pickering. 

E. H. Harrison, Esq., J. P. Pre- 
sentation Portrait Robert E. Mori son, 

Towards the Close of Day ... William Brock. 

The Day of Sedgemoor Edgar Bwidy, 

" When pain and anguish wring the brow, 
A ministering Angel thou." 

Willows Percy H. Jowett. 

" 'TlS BETTER TO HAVE LOVED 

and lost" Francis Barraud. 

Granny First Flora M. Reid. 

The Day's at the Morn ...Edith Kemp-Welch. 

c 



34 



GALLERY No. VI. 



[1907. 



460 
461 

462 

464 

465 
466 

467 
468 

469 
470 

47i 
472 



Sunshine and Shadow 

H. E. Sheng Hsuan-Huai (Sheng 

Kung-Pao) 

Mrs. Eleanor Baker 

The Sermon G. 

A Village Street in Normandy 

Musical Instruments 

Tuscan Ox Plough 

Mrs. Edward W. Meyerstein 
David Lindo Alexander, Esq., 

K.C. Presentation Portrait. ... 

Miss Jessie McConnell 

Hand-Loom Weavers 

The May Wrack 

Foddering Time : a Lancashire 

farm 



Ernest Par ton. 

Mary E. Larson. 

Edmond BrocJz. 
Goodwin Kilbume. 
Jose Weiss. 

Ernest Sichel. 

Arthur Lemon. 

G. A. Storey, A. 

Ethel Wright. 
David M airhead. 
J. W. Brooke. 
W. H. Bartldt. 

Albert Woods. 



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GALLERY No. VII. 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 473-534). 



473 Justin McCarthy, Esq Harold Waite. 

474 Summer Time Constance Halford, 

475 The Pink Nightgown Frank Br amley, h, 

476 Ballerina S. Melton Fisher. 

477 J. G. Butcher, Esq., K.C. Pre- 

sentation Portrait Louisa Starr Canziani. 

478 Mrs. A. S. Wheeler and 

Eleanor Middleton Jameson, 

479 Billingsgate Market Clare Alwood. 

480 Musgrave Visits Lady Barnard 

at Buckelsford, Bury... Herbert H. Gilchrist, 

481 The Veteran's Pipe Eyre Crowe, A. 

482 The Horse Catcher Vereker M. Hamilton, 

483 W. J. Stracey-Clitherow, Esq.- 

H. von Herkomer, R.A. 

484 Frederick Coryton, Esq., 

M.F.H. Presentation Portrait W. Frank C alder on. 

485 Mrs. Fielding and Children Hal Hurst. 

486 In the Shade of the Oak ... Yeend King. 

c 2 



36 GALLERY No. VII. [1907. 

487 THE R] in aksal. Purchased by 

the President and Council of the 

Royal Academy wider the terms 

of the Chantrey Bequest ... A Campbell Taylor. 
4SS Off for a Gallop : Charles 

Sibley, Esq., and daughter Frank 0. Salisbury. 

489 The Countess of Eldon John Longstaff. 

490 The Valley of the YVharfe 

from Harewood Avenue ... Owen Bowen. 

491 The Rev. Dr. Tancock, Head- 

master, Tonbridge School ... Henry S. Tuh.\ A. 

492 Trimming the Sidelights ... Arthur J. Black. 

493 A Street in Florence IV. G. Daffarn. 

494 "Joan," daughter of Bernard 

Dyer, Esq Mary F. Field. 

495 Beatrice by the Bower Amy Sawyer, 

496 Marooned Creswell H. Desmond. 

497 ... Through the Pine Wood ... Edward King. 

498 In the Wood's Enchanted 

Shade William R. S. Stott. 

499 A Reflection Marian Dibdin. 

500 Mrs. Laurence Phillipps and 

Children Arthur T. Nbwell. 

501 The Young Knight L. Campbell Taylor. 

502 Port Gouray, Sark William A. Toplis. 

503 An Old Chouan Guy Wilthew. 

504 Auburn Hair Emily Elias. 



1907.] GALLERY No. VII 37 

505 "Warm on her cheek sits 

beauty's highest rose." — 

Thomson Charles W. Plttard. 

506 The Road to the Farm : Scot- 

land William Maclean. 

507 Doris, daughter of Rowland 

Kennard, Esq Ralph Peacock. 

508 Ribbons and Laces Terrick Williams. 

509 Mrs. Arthur Dugdale H. Harris-Brown. 

510 Sunlight and Shadows Mary F. Raphael. 

511 The Return of Orpheus Sidney H. Meteyard. 

512 A Duine-Uasal J. Watson Nicol. 

" Hersel did wear te philabeg, 

Te plaid prickt on her shou'der ; 
Te gude claymore hung pe her pelt, 
Te pistol sharg'd wi' powder." 

513 Lake of Lucerne, from above 

the town /. MacWhirler, R.A. 

514 Mother and Child E. Phillips Fox. 

515 The Whisperers William Strang, A. 

516 Princess Scarlet Richard Jack. 

517 After the Thunder Shower: 

St. Etienne Hill, Pas-de-Calais 

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

518 Lady Crofton Frank Brooks. 

519 At the Harpsichord : my 

children George Har court. 



3cS GALLERY No. VII. [1907. 

520 Golden Youth T. C. Gotih. 

521 " ALL IN' ] BE i LOUDED 

weather" Alfred Parsons \ A, 

52a The Pain 1 ii 's VV11 1. and 

Daughi Sam G. Enderby, 

523 God and His Child Max ... Henry J. Stock. 

"God thought on me His child, 
< 'nlaincd a life for me, arrayed 
[ts circumstances every one 
T<> the minutest." — Browning. 

524 Ax Early Victorian William Logsdail. 

525 Old December's Barexess 

Everywhere J. Buxton Knight. 

526 Miss Irene Vanbrugh (Mrs. 

Dion Boucicault) Oswald Birley. 

527 Putting ix Broccoli Plants: 

Cornwall W. B. Fortcscuc 

528 Miss Gertrude Templetox ... F. Ernest Jackson. 

529 Alice ix the Lookixg-Glass 

W. Christian Symons. 

530 The Mirror George Henry, A. 

531 The Artist's Mother ... Reginald E. Higgins. 

532 Johx Wesley De Kay, Esq. ...G.Spencer Watson. 

533 The Flower Girl Middleton Jameson. 

534 A Woodland Symphony C. E. Pcrvgini. 



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GALLERY No. VIII. 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 535-608). 



535 Mrs. Brown Potter William B. E. Ranken. 

536 Isabel, daughter of Hugh Young, 

Esq Fiddes Watt. 

537 Autumn on the Ure James Henry. 

538 The Countess of Leitrim ... Hugh G. Riviere. 

539 Admiral of the Fleet Sir 

E. H. Seymour, G.C.B., O.M. 

Percy F. S. Spence % 

540 Friends Florence Small. 

541 Gerald 1 ne, daughter of the late 

H. P. Birch, Esq E. Phillips Fox. 

542 The Old Harbour of Ayr Susan F. Craivford. 

543 Chess-Players : portrait group... Edmo?id Brock. 

544 The Wane of Haytime J. Coutts Michie. 

545 The late Sir Michael Foster, 

K.C.B., F.R.S Hon. John Collier. 

546 Mrs. Alfred Methuen and 

Her Children Frank S. Eastman. 

547 Diana. Design for an Archi- 

tectural Feature Wilfrid G. von Glehn. 



40 GALLERY No. VIII. [1907. 



548 '' I >\: 1: Tin 1 v.i I. BY 'I HE 

« ', ' FarquharSi . A. 

549 The Right Hon. Thomas Hurt, 

M.r. Presentation Portrait ,..G. Spencer Watson. 

550 A Little -Sleep Frank S. Eastman. 

551 C. L. (R.R.) I. V Roland Peril 

552 The Golden Harvest Fred. W.Jackson. 

553 One or the Highways into 

Holland Arthur G. Bell. 

554 Margaret and Christian, 

daughters of D. C. Guthrie, Esq. 

Annie I. Swynnerlon* 

555 Colonel W. Bromley Daven- 

port, D.S.O. Presentat on Por- 
trait Arthur T. NoweU. 

556 The Song Isaac Snowman. 

557 Mrs. Henry Rowlands ... E. Langford Thomas. 

558 On the Carnarvonshire Coast 

Horace II Stanton. 

559 Captain J. Burns-Hartopp 

A. S. Cope, A., and yiV/// Charlton. 

560 A Storm in the Midlands ... Alfred East, A. 

561 Mrs. Sydney Belfield Mouat Loudan. 

562 The First Easter Morn J. Doyle Penrose. 

" He is risen ; He is not here." 

5^3 J- C. Knox, wood carver John Cooke. 

564 CAVALIERE L, Zayf.rtal, M.V.O. Trevor Haddon. 



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GALLERY No. VIII. 



4* 



565 


Medusa T. Erat Harrison. 




" Alas the hour 
When I did first behold my changed face 
In that still water ! " 


566 
567 


Low Tide Guy Kortright. 

The Yellow Gowx Louis Ginnett. 


568 


"Awful hills, whose sides of 



569 



570 

571 

572 

573 
574 
575 
576 

577 

573 

579 
580 

581 
582 



STRENGTH ARE BELTED ROUND 

with all the zones " ... Edward T. Compton. 
Going to the Meet : Capt. F. 

Chamberlinand Miss Chamberlin 

Alfred J. Mwin'mgs. 

Waning Day Frank P. Freyburg. 

Au Revoir Orrin Peck. 

The Golden Butterfly (the 

Harvey family) J. H F. Bacon, A. 

Behind the Dunes Er?iest G. Beach. 

Disturbed Arthur War die. 

The Sunshine on the Bridge Elsa Dalglish. 
The Rev. the Haham Dr. 

Moses Gaster Moses Maimon. 

The Youthful Diana Mending 




her Bow 

"Who's first?" 

Cinq Heures chez Paquin 
Mrs. Philip Riviere 

A Sunlit Corner 

Vesuvius from the Island 
Ischia 



F. Newton Shepard. 
Charles E. Stewart. 

Henri Gervex. 
. W. Onslow Ford. 
. John H Inskip. 



OF 



Frank Dillon. 



42 

5-\? 
534 
585 
586 

587 



588 
589 

59i 



59 2 
593 
594 
595 
59 6 
597 
598 
599 
600 
601 



GALLERY No. VIIL 






Loken Pallit A, Dampier May, 

The Ladybird Mia Ames/y J 

Tendresse MaternElle ... Catherine R. I'. 

Sunshine on THE Sands: 

Lowestoft Horace Van Rutin, 

Zephyr and Aurora Gerald Moira, 

" Zephyr, with Aurora playing 
As he met her once a-Maying 

There, on beds of violet blue." 



Mrs. Bowles 

The Fisherman's Daughter ... 
The Right Hon. Lord Justice 

Buckley 

The Battle of Turentchen, 

April 18, 1904 

A wounded Russian Tope supported by two Jewish 
members of the regimental band. 



Mouat Loudan. 
John R. Reid, 

Hon. John Collier. 

Moses Mai men. 



The Pearls of Aphrodite 
A Message from the Sea 
Max Pemberton, Esq. 
The River's Bed 
At the Washtub 
Into the Spinney 

A Portrait 

The Sky-Lark ... 
For Daily Bread 
Winter Sunlight 



... Herbert J. Draper. 
... John R. Reid. 
... Alfred Priest. 
... J. L. Piekering. 
Marjory J'. W either ston. 
Alfred J. Mannings. 

Frances Swan, 
M. Etheldreda Gray. 
... Joseph Clark. 
. . . Middleton Jameson. 



1907.] 



GALLERY No. VIII. 



43 



602 
603 

604 

605 

606 

607 
608 



Springtime Helen Woore. 

" Many the wonders I this 

day have seen " W. Lee Ha?ikey. 

The late Viscount Midleton. 

Presentation Portrait William Carter. 

Early Morning at the Greek 

Theatre, Taormina, Sicily ... William Logsdail. 
Little Musgrave and Lady 

Barnard: the Meeting ... Herbert H. Gilchrist. 
An Old Street in Cairo ... R. M. Chevalier, 



" In the sweat of the brow. 



Edgar Dozens, 



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GALLERY No. IX. 

OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 609 756). 



609 A Devonshire Cottage Frank Shelley. 

610 The Mirror Arthur Spooner. 

611 Roses A. Miles Albert* 

612 Wind-Beaten Trees: Tintagel Henry Gibbs. 

613 "The Dooms-Gate," St. George's 

Hall, Liverpool Joseph V. Dawbarn. 

614 Dor 1 a Frank Eieksee, R.A. 

615 "The year is all but done" Florence Jay. 

616 Primulas Mary M. McCulloch. 



617 


Lindisfarne Church ... L. GwenlHan James. 


618 


An Old - World Harpoue : 




Blakeney, Norfolk Ernest Kay. 


619 


The Princess and the Magic 




Poppies—' The Wild Swans ' 




(Hans Andersen) Myra E. Lnxmoore. 


620 


A Breezy Day Margaret Wilson. 


621 


" When earth was nig her 




heaven than now." — Robert 




Frowning :-,.. E. Feiieseue-Frickdale. 



1907.] 



GALLERY No. IX. 



45 



622 Margaret ... 



Arthur H. Buckland. 



623 
624 

625 
626 
627 
628 

629 

630 
631 
632 
^33 
634 
635 
636 

637 



639 
640 
641 
642 



" Who lent you, love, your mortal dower 
Of pensive thought and aspect pale, 
Your melancholy sweet and frail 
As perfume of the cuckoo-flower ? " — Tennyson. 



A Strange Sanctuary 

Landscape ' ... 

Fruit 

The Little Brook ... 

Spilt Milk 

"When work is done 

rest" 

The Writer 

Pont Neuf, Paris 

In Russia 

Home 

Glistening Spring ... 

Sauchie Tower 

The Tangle 



John A. Lomax. 

Daisy Hoare. 
..... A. F. W. Hay ward, 

George Clausen, A. 

Gem me// Hutchison . 

COMES 

Kate Veitch. 

H. Thomas Schafer, 

J. F. Pettinger. 

Edith D. Hayes. 

H. Thomas Schafer. 

Alfred Elsworth. 

Colin G. Mitchell. 

Ha7-riet Halhed. 

John White. 



A Cottage Door 

There is Nothing like Leather 

Charles E. Richardson 



Doves in a Fir Wood 

Upper Wharfedale 

" For ever and ever, amen, 

Vagrants 

Eric-a-Brac 



Anna Dixon. 

Arnold Priestman. 

M. Seymour Lucas. 

Isabel Watkin. 

Will C. Pain. 



46 



GALLERY No. IX. 



[1907. 



^43 
644 

646 
647 
648 
649 
650 

651 
652 

653 
654 

655 
656 



657 
658 

659 
660 
661 
662 

663 
664 
665 
666 



m. i.\ Qi Aldeburgh John C. Waiiis. 

Oswald J) win ctt. 

... . irthur J\ Burton. 

Harold Goldthwait. 

(i r ' C. Haiti. 

Laura Alma-Tadema. 
A. de Brianski,jun. 
Catherine M. J I 

Newton Brdby. 

/>'. Ji: leader, R.A. 

... J. Courts Michie. 

Thomas E. Marson. 

Alice van Heddeghem. 

Walter W. Oulcss, R.A. 



The 1 iiwi.i: I [01 r ... 
Reclining N\ mph 

I' 1 BRUARY 

The Fall of the Li w 

Pi \i I MAKING 

A Cottage Garden ... 

Salmon Flies 

The Cooking Les 
A Circus by the Sea 
A Rose Princess 

Dessert 

White Roses 



Where yellow leaves, or none, or few, do hang 
Upon those boughs which shake against the cold.' 



Benjamin Houghton. 
Catherine R. Walton. 
... George If. Warr. 

Catherine M. Wood. 

E. C. Loveland Cock. 



A Winter Solitude ... 

Waiting 

The Village Cobbler 
Crystals of Fluor ... 
Evening: marshland... 
" By sports like these are all 

their cares beguiled" ... John A. Lomax. 

Burlington House Joseph Longhurst 

Camp Followers Sir James D. Linton. 

Between Two Fires Frank W. W. To/ham, 

'Thistles Ida Morley. 



1907.] 



GALLERY No. IX. 



47 



667 
668 
669 
670 
671 
672 

673 
674 

675 
676 
677 
678 
679 
680 

681 
682 
683 
684 

685 
686 

687 
688 
689 
690 



Beware ! 

Kelsey Manor Lake 

The Escape 

A Devonshire Maid... 

Soliloquy 

Draught-Players 
The Willow Stream 

Greenham Lock 

A Question of Route 
"forrard, away!" ... 

Waiting 

Corner of an Old Mill 
The Looking-Glass ... 
Picturesque England : 

street, Guildford 
A Sea-Nymph 



. ... Patrick W. Orr, 
Samuel Reid. 
M. Murray Cookesley, 
. E. Langford Thomas. 
. ... Joseph Lo?ighurst. 
Harry Brooker. 
Grace E. Sainsbury, 
Gab ell Smith. 
. Andrew C. Gow, R.A, 
. J. S. Sanderson Wells, 
Esther Denis. 
Greville Morris . 
. Ido7iea La Primaudaye. 
High- 

...Herbert E. Har -ley. 
... Agnes M. Veness. 



October 



Alexander Mann, 



Robert McGregor, 



A Country Road 

A Few Shell-Fish 

OSTERIA IN THE MAIN STREET, 

Tivoli F. Hamilton Jackson. 

A Tea Party Harry Brooker. 

Interior of the Museum, South 



Kensington 

Star of the Morning 

Margaret 

The Smithy 

Winter 



Beatrice Adams. 

Arthur P. Burton. 

George Clausen, A. 

J. Henry Inskip. 

T. W. Morley. 



48 GALLERY No. IX. [i9°7- 

691 A Street in M<>ntkei;jl-suk- 

mi.r, Pas de Calais Beatrice Thomson. 

692 A Misty Morning on the 

Clyde Muriel G. Dyer. 

693 Waiting Adam E. Proctor. 

694 An Old Bridge at Twickenham 

Henry E. Co/npton. 

695 After the Gale George Pontin. 

696 Charles Collins. 

" Where, the long drooping boughs between, 
Shadows dark and sunlight sheen 
Alternate come and go." 

697 The Bag Stephen Lewin. 

698 Showing his Paces Walter C. Horsley. 

699 A South Country Trout 

Stream Shirley Fax. 

700 Landing Fish : Lowestoft Har- 

bour Clara Hayes. 

701 A Watermill H Walter Robinson. 

702 Moreton Mill ... ' George C. Francis. 

703 The White Farm M. E. Atkins. 

704 A Little Maiden Ernest W. Appleby. 

705 At Eventide J. Coutts Michie. 

706 A Market in Normandy R. IV. Macbeth, R.A. 

707 The Top of the Moor ... A. Fuller Maitland. 

708 View near Florence C. A lb an Wallis. 

709 On the Amstel, near Amsterdam /. van Cower, 

710 The Edge of the Wood Camille Vernede. 

711 Thf Wedding-Ring St. George Hare. 



t 9 o7.] 



GALLERY No. IX. 



49 



712 


Morning : a study in Spain 


F. Spoilove-Spenlove. 


7*3 


The Knitting Lesson 


Flora M. Reid. 


/i4 


The Old Fishwife ... 


Adam E. Proctor. 


7i5 


Benares 


Albert Goodwin. 


716 


Summer-Time 


G. Walter Robinson. 


7i7 


Old -World London: 


Pump 




Court, Temple 


Herbert E. Harley. 


718 


Winnie 


William J. Gibbs. 


719 


The Old Maid's Frugal 


Tea... Arthur Vent?ior. 


720 


Sweetness and Light 


/. Walter West. 


721 


Evening at the Farm 


Alice von Berg. 


722 


Roses 


Ethel Woods. 


723 


Pope's Bridge, Bath ... 


Amy H Fre?-e. 


724 


Miss Rosalind Thorneycroft George Clausen, A. 


725 


Joyous Youth 


M. Murray Cooke sley. 


726 


On the St. Gertrude, Caudebec- 



727 

728 
729 

73° 
73 1 

73 2 
733 
734 



en-Caux 

The late Louisa, Lady Ash 

burton, at Kent House 

A Country Lane 

A June Morning 

Summer 



Charles T. Dodd. 



, . Henrietta Ward. 

Eva M. Bring. 
Benjamin Houghton. 

Harry Watson. 



Sybil, eldest daughter of A. 

Webbe, Esq 

Waiting for Father 

The Salmon Pool 

The Duck-Pond, Amberley 



)• 



James Sant, R.A. 
M. Ethel Hunter. 
Stuart G. Davis. 
Dorothea Sharp. 



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GALLERY No. IX. 



[1907 



735 A Dragoon : life-guard of Wash 

ington, 1789 

736 The Light of Other Days .., 

737 The Farm Road 

738 Miss Marjorie Leon 

739 A Farm- Yard 

740 Pigs 

741 The Fortune-Teller 

742 La Zalagarda 

743 An Author 

744 Midsummer 

745 A Deserted Seat 

746 Valparaiso Bay 

747 The Far Horizon ... 

748 Comforters 

749 Breynton and Jack, 

Robert Mills, Esq , 

750 Rosina 

751 A Garden in Kent 

752 Bournemouth Bay from 

Sandbanks 

753 His Own Composition 

754 Sandy Lane 

755 Church of St. Maclou, Rouen 

756 Pollard Willows 



TJieophilc Lybacrt. 
Alfred Morgan. 

Kate Colls. 

George Clausen, A. 

Henry E. Compton. 

Harold Harvey. 

Nora Hartley. 

A. Brantingham Simpson. 
.. W. P. Caton Woodville. 

Muriel G. Dyer. 

Hilda Montalba. 

Alfred Helsby. 

Henry Gibbs. 

Harriette Sutcliffe. 

of 

...J. Hanson Walker. 

Henry Woods, R.A, 

Charles A. Eva. 



sons 



THE 



G. Pcnton Eisher. 
John A. Lomax. 
Els a Dalglish. 
Janet Brennand. 
Charles J. Stokoe. 



1907.] 



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757 
758 



GALLERY No. X. 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 757-816). 



A Portrait Nina B air d. 

Tithoxus axd Aurora ... G. Spencer Watson. 

" Immortal Aire before Immortal Youth 



Let me go. Take back thy gift." 

— See Tennyson's ' Tithonus? 



759 Mooxlit Bay 

760 " Such is life" ... 

761 James J. Joicey, Esq 

762 Jenny 

763 Betchworth 



Julius O Is son. 

By am Shaw. 

.. H. von Herkomer^ R.A. 

Mary E. Peachey. 

Albert E. Bottomley. 



764 Sir Andrew Noble, Bart., K.C.B. 

H. Harris-Brown. 

765 Dulas Valley J. Autnonier. 

766 Oreads Annie L. Swynnerton. 

767 A Shell Storm at Port Arthur Seppings Wright. 

768 The Blue Bow Walter W. Russell. 

769 February Morning in Corn- 

wall J. Noble Barlow. 

770 Visconde de Horncastle ...J. H. F. Bacon, A. 



5a 



GALLERY No. X. 



[1907. 



771 



772 

773 

774 
775 
776 

777 
773 

779 

780 

781 

782 

783 
784 
785 

786 
737 



John Charlton. 



The Advance on Kimberley : 
the 1 6th and 9th Lancers at 
Klip's Drift 

The Duke of Argyll, K.T., 

Governor of Windsor Castle ... P. Tennyson Cole. 

Admiral Sir Archibald Doug- 
las, K.C.B C. Kay Robertson. 

The Ford Bertram Priest man. 

The Workroom T. B. Kennington, 

At the Docks : artillery for the 
front 

Goldfish 

The Return of the Fisher- 
men : Breton folk 

"Greatest of these" 

Walter W. Ouless, Esq., R.A. 



James P. Beadle. 
George Henry, A. 

/ Milner Kite. 
Sinsmund Goetze. 



The Morning-Room 

The Old Gown 

The Last Stand 

Mrs. Crawshay, of Cyfarthfa 

Leicester Square : Spring twi- 
light 

Miss H. A. Grant 

The Duel : Death of Mus- 
grave. Lord Barnard Slays 



T. Blake IVirgman. 
Walter W. Russell. 

Osmund Pittman. 

Thomas Blinks. 
J. H. F. Bacon, A. 



Bernard Partridge. 
Alice Grant. 



his Wife... 



Herbert H Gilchrist. 



1907.] GALLERY No. X. 53. 

788 Le Mois de Marie A. Chevallier Tayler„ 

789 The Awakening of Galatea... Herbert ScJwialz. 

790 The Pillar Rock ... LchmannJ. Oppenheimer r 

791 The Musician Flora Lion. 

792 A Little Malay Girl: Singa- 

pore Gertrude I. Nut t 

793 Mrs. Franklin George Henry, A* 

794 Faggot-Gatherers ' Mary F. Raphael. 

795 Portrait of a Lady Julius M. Frice. 

796 The Diving-Place He?iry S. Tuke, A. 

797 Quits J. L. Wimbush. 

798 Francis Barraud, Esq Sidney Paget. 

799 "The drowning flow": a pool 

in the hills Hon. Walter James*. 

800 Miss Rose Jenkins Blanche Jenkins. 

801 Anna Alma-Tadema, 

" The see may ebbe and flowen more or lesse, 
The welkne hath might to shyne, reyne or hayle." 

— Chaucer. 

802 Place St. Etienne, Meaux ...Z. Campbell Taylor* 

803 Phyllis George Wetherbee^ 

804 The Introduction William Strang, A* 

805 Happy Little Maiden, She ! ... Lawrence Grubbe. 

806 The Wreath Mary F. Raphael. 



54 



GALLERY No. X. 



[1907. 



807 Flock Returning Home at 

moonrise 

808 Miss Ione Green 

809 Youth 

810 Roses of Youth 

811 Startled Nymphs 

812 A Ring of Harmony 

813 Mrs. Ayrton 

814 The Grebe Hat 

815 The Faraglioni Rocks 

816 Madame Gilardoni ... 



Edward Chappel. 
Dudley Heath. 
C/ias. D. Ward. 
Henrietta Rae. 
Charles W. Wyllie. 
Fred Roe. 
Helena A. Darmesteter. 
...Edyth S. Rackham. 
Capri Elis Oslund. 
. Stanhope A. Forbes, A. 



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GALLERY No. XI. 



OIL PAINTINGS— (Nos. 817-896). 



817 " When pilchard boats go 

forth to fish": Newlyn ... Claude F. Barry. 



818 


Sweet Lavender Savage Cooper. 


SI9 


" Dreadnought" and ''Victory" 




IV. L. Wyllie, R.A. Elect, 


820 


Joan of Arc T. Blake Wirgman, 


821 


The Midsummer Moon Horace H. Cauty, 




"... where the silent river swept, — 




From the thin cloud fair moonlight breaks." 




■ — Longfellcnv. 


822 


The Village on the Hill ... Isabel Watkin. 


823 


Forget-Me-Not '.. ...M. Ellen Edwards. 


824 


An Autumn Evening Ernest Parton. 


825 


A Tile Off Alfred W. Strutt. 


826 


The Far Horizon Osmund Pitt man. 


827 


Willow Avenue Ellen A. Scott. 


828 


Mrs. Rylands Philip St reatf did. 


829 


Farly Spring J. Noble Barlow, 


830 


/ mbushed ! W. B. Wollen. 



56 GALLERY No. XL [1907. 

831 Capt. David Beatty, R.X., 

D.S.O Hugh G. Riviere. 

832 "Nevermind!" Arthur J. Elsley. 

S33 The Edge of the Wood ... Tom Mostyn. 

834 " Via mundi " : tigress and rufous 

hornbill Edgar H. Fischer. 

835 " Between the sunset and the 

moon" Julius Oh son. 

836 The Music of the Woods ... E. A. Hor?iel. 

837 M. Raymond Recouly ... T. Blake Wirgman. 
83S The Market-Wagon Ralph Hedley. 

839 In Springtime Anderson Hague. 

840 The Gardener's Daughter ... Gerald G. Jackson. 

841 Carrigogunnel : an Old O'Brien 

Fortress Edith Gibson. 

842 Reeds, Weeds, and Rushes Albert G. Bowman. 

843 Our Lady, Star of the Sea ... J H Lorimer. 

844 Monessie, Glen Spean G. Ogilvy Reid. 

845 April IV. G. Simmonds. 

" When fairies frolic in the moonlit mist." 

846 Evening in the Woods James Towers. 

847 Tweedside James Wallace. 

848 W. Barrow Simonds, Esq. ... Catherine Ouless 



1907.] GALLERY No. XL 57 

849 River Grasses Elsie Higgins. 

850 The Lieyan Hills behind 

Thebes Edith Corbet. 

S51 The Thunder Cloud Arnesby Brown, A, 

852 Betty, daughter of Arthur F. 

Pease, Esq Mary L. Waller, 

853 In the Vale of Lamorna ... Herbert George. 

854 Arthur Milman, M.A., LL.D. Sylvia F. Milman. 

855 At the Foot of Lympne Castle, 

Kent Ruth Hollingsworth, 

856 Autumn Reflections Gerard L. Hunt. 

857 Mrs. Stannus Giuseppe Anzino.. 

858 The Western Sea, from Isle of 

Skye C. E. Johnson, 

859 Doris, daughter of Fred Wignall, 

Esq Ralph Peacock, 

860 The Steps of San Michele ... Horace Fisher. 

861 A Gale : Bridport Frank L. EmanueL 

862 Mary, daughter of C. E. Hedges, 

Esq., M.D Edmond Brock, 

&6$ Late Autumn Evening Edwin TindalL 

864 No Thoroughfare Alfred Hartley. 

865 May Lindsay G. Macarthur, 

866 Woodland E. F Wells. 

867 A Young Seamstress Harold Knight. 



58 GALLERY No. XL [1907. 

868 Viola, daughter of the Rev. Canon 

Pemberton William Llewellyn. 

869 A Dorset Mill-Stream 

Sir Ernest A. Water low, R.A. 

870 The Passing of Arthur Arthur C. Mitchell. 

871 Wild Cherry Trees in Autumn Frederick Yates. 

872 Dorothy, daughter of H. Taylor, 

Esq Waller E. Webster. 

S73 The Peacemaker George Phoenix. 

874 In the Golden Afternoon 

Kenneth J. M. Teesdale. 
S75 Miss A. Kennington T. B. Kennington. 

876 Wistaria David Murray, R.A. 

877 "The relentless beat of the 

ocean wave" Frederick H. Bertram. 

878 Angling C. E. Swan. 

879 Worship M. E. Kindon. 

880 An Autumn Evening E. Leslie Badham. 

881 Lord Knaresborough Ralph Peacock. 

882 The Nuns' Garden Alfred East, A. 

883 Bellona John C. Dollman. 

884 Crimson and Gold A?inie E. Bowler. 

885 Meeting of the Torridge and 

the Tor Charles J. Fox. 

886 A Flemish Fish Market ... Mark Senior. 



1907.] GALLERY No. XI. 59 

887 La Belle Cuisiniere William Llewellyn. 

888 The Artist's Mother Arthur Hacker, A. 

889 The Church Cat Julia Meyer. 

890 Watching the Rook's Nest ... Edgar Barclay. 

891 "Roses by summer forsaken" Robert Christie. 

892 Marie Sholto J. Douglas, 

893 J. Flowerdew Lowson, Esq., of 

the Royal Company of Archers Sigismimd Goetze. 

894 " The snowy garb of a sleeping 

earth" Joseph Farquharson, A» 

895 The Mirror Sydney P. Kendrich 

896 Heavy Weather Arthur Ellis, 



904 



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WATER COLOURS— (Nos. 897-1124). 



'897 A Bowl of Azaleas Edith Barrow. 

898 " She dwells with beauty, 

beauty that must fade." 

Keats Theresa Wylde. 

899 A French Village Frederick W. Jackson. 

900 "Dolce far niente" ... G. Sheridan Knowles. 

•901 Resting Andrew Douglas. 

•902 Skye, from the sands of Traighi... Hubert Coutts. 
•903 Sand Dunes and the Shore ... Oswald Garside. 

The Moorland Way A. K. Brown. 



■ The open wold wi' the plover's call, 
And the sky a-stretching over all." 



905 Aphrodite George Thomson. 

906 The Poetic Hour 

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

907 Brier Roses Lucien Davis. 



1907.] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 61 

908 The Devil's Kitchen, Idwall... George Cockram. 

909 Autumn's Haze, Ross-shire ... Percy Dixon. 

910 Autumn Pasturage Berenger Bcngcr. 

911 Melting Snow Lionel P. Smythe, A. 

912 A Sandy Road : Milford Common Sutton Palmer. 

913 The Veil Gertrude D. Hammond. 

914 "Autumn's fire burns slowly 

in the woods" Rowland McFadden. 

915 Willows Thomas IV. Hammond. 

916 Pri mulas Edith Barrow. 

917 The China Room, Holland 

House Kate M. Wyatt 

918 He Cometh Not! Chevalier C. For milli. 

919 The Farm-Yard, " Ashwells," 

Chalfont St. Giles William Hoggatt. 

920 The Naiads' Hour Percival Gaskell. 

921 The Acropolis, Athens ... A. J. Mavrogordato. 

922 The Duke's Garden G. Sheridan Knowles. 

923 Autumn Evening Frederick E. Bodkin. 

924 The Way to the Farm ... H Sylvester Stannard. 

925 Clieveden Woods A. R. Quinton. 

926 "Lilith" Olive Hockin. 

" And still she sits, young while the earth is old ; 
And subtly of herself contemplative." 

— ' Bodys Beauty,' D. G. Rossetti. 

927 A Hillside Beechwood James T. Watts. 

928 Romans at Bay F. /. TorromL 



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[1907. 



929 The Sussex Plough /. Sheldon-Williams. 

930 The Road to the Village : 

Ockley Sutton Palmer. 

931 Haddon Hall Harry C. Pilsbury. 

932 Mrs. Vickery George H. Vickery, 

933 Westminster Charles Dixon. 

934 Theresa Wylde. 

" And a forehead fair and saintly, 
Which two blue eyes undershine, 
Like meek prayers before a shrine." 

— E. B. Browning. 

935 Life in the Middle Ages ... Thomas J. Jones. 

936 A Beggar of Valencia ... H von Herkomer, R.A. 

937 The Wild Highlands 

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

938 The Argonauts at Colchis Richard H. Wright, 

939 Royal Field Artillery ... Catherine A. E. Banks. 

940 The Golden Hour 

941 The Swing 

942 Threading the Needle ... 

943 A Country Market 

944 The Head of the Loch... 

945 Westminster Bridge 

946 George Vickery, Esq. 

947 Heathland 

948 Carreg-Cennen Castle, South 

Wales Fritz Althaus. 



Jacob Brooks. 

Charles Sims. 

F. Stratton. 

Lilian B. Swan, 

To?n Lloyd. 
Herbert Marshall. 
George H. Vickery, 

Cyril Ward. 



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63 



949 
95° 
95i 
95 2 
953 
954 
955 
95 6 
957 

958 
959 

960 
961 

962 

963 
964 

965 
966 



967 

968 



The July Moon I. SJieldon- Williams . 

The Edge of the Fir Wood ... David Green. 

Ornatrix 

Still Evening 

In Misty Meadows ... 

Azaleas 

Church Interior 



. . . George L. Bulleid. 

Sarah Johnson. 

Walter S. Stacey. 

Edith Barrow. 
...Charles Maundrell. 



A Tranquil Summer's Evening John McDougal. 
Where Tumbling Billows Mark 

the Coast Reginald Smith. 

Eventide Herbert K. Kerridge. 

G. Hamel, 

Ada M. Shrimpton. 

C. Napier Hemy, A . 

Martin's 
Bertha Lowenthal. 



Magda, daughter of 
Esq 

Before the Wind 

Interior of St. 

Church, Ludgate 

Mrs. John P. Reid 

Waiting to be Roughshod 

Frolic 

The Cathedral Church, Alge- 
ciras 

The Seeds of Love. Purchased 
by the President a?id Cowicil of 
the Royal Academy under the 
terms of the Chantrcy Bequest ... 

Miss G. D 

Iris 



. P. A. Hay. 

. Charles J. Adams. 

E. Constable Alston. 

Alfred East, A. 



W. G. Simmonds. 
Mary Gow. 
Lucicn Davis. 



64 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1907. 

969 Mrs. Henry Harrison P. A. Hay. 

970 Clearing after Rain Henry C. Fox. 

971 In Andalucia Alfred East, K. 

972 Mrs. Holdsworth Ivan Lindhe. 

973 Lilies and Larkspur Alfred Parsons, A. 

974 Liberty and Fraternity... A. Wallace Rimington. 

975 Grey Beeches, Pentre Du, 

North Wales Ralph W. Bar dill. 

976 Binding the Fillet George L. Bullcid. 

977 Weeding Turnips Henry R. Oddy. 

978 The Shepherd of the Plain... Tatton Winter, 

979 Roses and Christmas Roses ... Woodhouse Stubbs. 

980 " For those in peril on the 

sea" Maude Harris, 

981 The Hour of Silence and of 

Rest J. Hodgson Campbell. 

982 Teignmouth, S. Devon Harold Swanwick. 

983 Bedtime Carlton A. Smith, 

" Hush, little voice, it is time to rest, 
Roses are folded and birds in the nest." 

984 A View of the Common Frank H. Walker, 

985 On the Downs John Redder. 

986 The Roder Bogen, Rothenburg 

0' Tauber, Bavaria Elias Bancroft 

987 Rhododendrons Woodhouse Stubbs. 

988 Departure of the Fishing- 

Boats, Pbardy M-..u 3 .e Harris. 



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65 



989 


Scotch Firs and Heather 


> 




Coniston 


Alfred H. Coope?\ 


990 


Taking Home the Flock 


Henry Stannard. 


991 


Spring's First Note ... H 


Sylvester Stannard. 


992 


Dordrecht 


Herbert Marshall. 


993 


Tristram and Iseult 


Sidney H. Meteyard. 


994 


A Sussex Pastoral 


William P. Cornish. 


995 


Toilers : Wind and Rain 


Dudley Hardy. 


996 


Sunny September 


Mary S. Hagarty. 


997 


When the Elm Tree Flower 


3 G. G. Simpson. 


998 


The Pond 


Arthur L. Collins. 


999 


Near Wareham, Dorset 


Joseph Powell. 


1000 


Across the Dunes, Dunkirk .. 


E. van Goethem. 


IOOI 


December 


IV. H. C. Groome. 


1002 


Thurlstone, Devonshire 


Parker Hagarty. 


1003 


The End of the Day ... 


William B. Bcmiett. 


1004 


Queen of the May 


Evelyn G. Pierce. 


1005 


The Home Farm H. 


Sylvester Stannard. 


1006 


Manorbeer, Pembrokeshire .. 


Arthur Tucker. 


1007 


The Screes, Wastdale 


R. Pedfem. 


1008 


The Pedlar Missionary: i2ti 


1 




century 


Lexden L. Pocock. 


1009 


Peonies and Iris 


Alfred Parsons, A. 


IOIO 


Evening at the Falls oi 


r 




Lochay 


Ernest E. Briggs. 


ion 


The Halt 


Alary Gow. 

D 



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[1907. 



IOI2 


After the Battle of Philip- 






haugh 


Thomas Scott. 


1013 


Summer Morning in Hyde 






Park 


C. Blakeney Ward. 


1014 


Llanfairfechan 


Oswald Garside. 


1015 


Two Voices 


J. Young Hunter. 


1016 


Winter Sunlight 


Charles E. Bentley. 


1017 


Spiraea Gigantea : Poulton 






Priory 


Alfred Parsons ; A. 


1018 


To Pastures New He Leads 






His Flock 


Robert Meyerheim. 


1019 


The Thames Valley, from 






above Streatley 


A. R. Quinton. 


1020 


A Belated Harvest Moonrise 


Byron Cooper. 


1021 


The Gipsy Encampment 


Reginald Jones. 


I022 


Cheshire Pastures 


George Cockram. 


IO23 


Romance 


Charles Sims. 


IO24 


A West Highland Croft 


Hubert Coutts. 


IO25 


Prayer 


Harold Knight. 


IO-2 6 


Sark 


Frank Walton. 


IO27 


Passage du Chateau Gisors 


May H. Barker. 


I028 


Boys Bathing 


Arthur Mudie. 


IO29 


"The winter is past, the 






RAIN IS OVER AND GONE " ... 


Henry M. Rlicam* 


IO3O 


Twilight 


Tom Lloyd. 


1031 


Seafarers 


Robert E. Groves. 



WATER COLOUR ROOM. 67 



1032 Harvest-Time, Lewes Downs 



Vivian Rolt. 



Henry G. Hewitt. 

M. Cooper Brown. 

Arthur Tucker. 

Arthur Dudley. 



1033 The Old Home 

1034 Evening 

1035 Richmond on the Swale 

1036 Pomona's Bounty 

1037 The late A. Currer Briggs, 

Esq., as Lord Mayor of Leeds Ernest E. Briggs. 

1038 The Blue Dress Laura Knight. 

1039 A Sunlit Sea C. Napier Hemy, A. 

1040 Shadow Dark and Sunlight 

Sheen W. Follen Bishop. 

1041 Changing Pastures Arthur Legge. 

1042 At a Dickens Character 

Ball W. H. Humphris. 

1043 St. Bride's Bay Cyril Ward. 

1044 Lobster, Trout, and Mullet Arthur Dudley. 

{On the Screen.) 

1045 Desolation Margaret Wilmer. 

1046 Cherry-Blossom Otto Jacob. 

1047 "Three 's none" Lewis Baumer. 

1048 In the Clouds Norman Little. 

1049 Courtyard of Ca d'Oro, 

Venice Reginald Barratt. 

D 2 



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1050 
1051 
1052 

1053 
1054 



1055 
1056 

1057 
1058 

io59 

1060 



1061 
1062 
1063 
1064 
1065 
1066 
1067 
1068 

1069 



Jessie Macgregor. 
Wilfred Ball. 
Ile?iry Bailey. 
A. W. Weedon. 



A Relic of Tudor Times 
Flag Bazaar, Cairo 

The Silent Woods 

Sunset : Milford 

The Old Mill, Storrington, 

Sussex Henry C. Jam's. 

Milton Heath, Dorking ...Ernest H. Pilsbury. 
The Days of Cunninge Stit- 

CHERIE Mary Stormo7it. 

An Australian Homestead Richard J. Randall. 
Fountain, Luxembourg Gardens, 

Paris 

P. Cavell, Esq 

" That yew tree's shade where 

heaves the turf in many a 

mouldering heap " 
A Hampshire Meadow ... 
An Unfrequented Lane 

The Pigeon Trap 

Golden Glow 

Early Morning in Venice 

Sea Treasures 

Thistledown 

Bamborough Church 

Sir E.J. Poynter, Bart., P.R.A, 
Illustration to " Humpty 

Dumpty" Philip Dadd. 



Harry M or ley. 
Pdcr Leslie. 



Herbert J. Bateman. 
Giffard H Le?ifestey. 
,.. Arthur E. Strutt. 
Lewis Baumer. 
C. Duassut. 
O. Wynne Apperley. 
Peter Leslie. 
... John Sowerby. 



1907.] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 69 

1070 Flowers of the Field P. L. Forbes. 

1071 Indolence Albert Gilbert. 

1072 In the Hopping Country ... C. Duassut. 

1073 Rydal Water Dan Warry. 

1074 A Backwater, Abingdon ... Edward Renard. 

1075 New Shoes Audley J. Gunston. 

1076 On the Margin of the Woods, 

near Cromer Charles C. Harris. 

1077 Assisi Richard H. Wright 

1078 Downton, Wilts Hugh L. Norris. 

1079 Yorkshire Lowlands Hirst Walker. 

1080 Cottage Homes of England 

Ernest A. Chadwick. 

1 08 1 Birds of Prey Frederick Weekes. 

1082 Hemingford Grey Mill ... S a ??iuel I. Hertford 1 . 

1083 A Farm by the Sea: Devon. .. Albert E. V. Lilley. 

1084 Roadside Farm : Abinger 

Hammer W. Gunn Gwemief. 

1085 Sais Mosque, Cairo Wilfrid Ball. 

1086 Pleasant Times in the Fold Walter Botha?ns. 

1087 "When thieves fall out, 

honest men get their 

own" James S.Crompto7i, 

1088 Roses Adela M. L. Cox. 

1089 The Edge of the Wood ... High L. Norris. 

1090 Late Autumn : Kentmere Valley 

William S. Wifider, 



7o 



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1091 

1092 
1093 
1094 
1095 
1096 
1097 
1098 
1099 

EIOO 

noi 

rio2 
1103 
1104 
1105 
1106 
1107 

1108 
1109 
riio 
1111 
1112 
1113 



Florence in November, from 

the road to Settignano ... A. H Hallam Murray. 
Old Houses, Paul's Wharf, 1891 Philip Norman. 

Harbingers of Spring ./. /essop Hardwick. 

Woodland Andrew C. Gow, R.A. 



. Adele Hill. 

A. J. Mavrogordato. 

. Lizzie Hands. 



An Old-World Garden... 
The Parthenon : moonrise 
Love Comes Unseen 

Limehouse 

Lighting the Copper Fire 
South - West Tower, Wells 

Cathedral Isabel B. Badcock 

The Vertical Engine — por- 



RichardH. Wright. 
Violet Linton. 



...Henry H. Bui man. 
... Robert/. Haines. 
... G. A. Storey, A. 
...Charles E. Wilson. 
...Maud T. Atkinson. 
Alexander S. Buchanan. 



traits 

Evening : Rothenburg 

Charney Mill 

By the Wayside 

Puck 

School Time 

A Stolen Kiss — first design for 

a picture Marcus Stone, R. A. 

April Alfred H. Moore. 

St. Riquier 

The Dwarf's Castle 

On the Moors above Trefriw 

Off the Scent 

The Old Press 



Charles J. Watson. 
Robert/. Haines. 
Isaac Cooke. 
William H Pike. 
E. H. Shepard. 



1907.] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 71 

1 1 14 Magdalen College, Oxford Frances Drummond. 

1 1 15 The Query Henry H Bulman. 

1 1 16 In the Allotment Garden ... Fred Stratton. 

1 1 17 Barbara in the Meadows ... Arthur Legge. 

1 1 18 Der Herterick Brunnen, 

Rothenburg F. Phene Spiers. 

1 1 19 A Courtyard at Montreuil W. Fussell Flint. 

1 1 20 Courtyard of a French 

Country Inn ... Williani F. Yeames, R.A. 

" How oft doth man, by care oppressed, 
Find in an Inn a place of rest." — William Combe. 

1 121 In a Northamptonshire 

Village Lilia?i Stannard. 

1 1 22 In the Port du Moulin, Sark William A. Toplis. 

1 1 23 "We two together" ... G. Goodwin Kilburne. 

1 1 24 Winter J. Jessop Hardwick. 



MINIATURES. 
(Nos. 1125-1326.) 

1 1 25 Jennie, daughter of J. S. Gib- 

son, Esq F. Howard Michael. 

1126 Portrait of the Artist Madeline F. Gamlen. 

!Miss Lilias Breach ] 
Master Lesley Corbould-| F. Corbould- Ellis. 
Ellis I 



72 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1907. 

1 1 28 Eleanora, daughter of George 

Lawrence, Esq., K.C. ... Winifred H. Thomson. 

1129 Mrs. R. Falconer MacDonald 

Winifred H. Thomson. 

1 130 Ian, Son of Henry T. Camp- 

bell, Esq Ethel Porter. 

15:31 A Portrait Helen M. Goodwin. 

1 132 Sheila Marguerite Wood. 

.Master Douglas Carey \ Hcnrktta M Tarvtr , 

(Master Geoffrey Hale j 
1 1 34 "When as in silk my Julia 

goes" Florence White. 

£135 Madame de D. M Bertha J. Johnson. 

5:136 Miss Ethel Farmer Ellen C. Trewby. 

E137 Portrait of a Lady E. Betts Brown. 

iMiss Dolly Bone 1 
Joan, daughter of Guy Laking, \Emanuel Horwitz. 
Esq., M.V.O J 

1139 Mrs. Beddoes Lionel Heath. 

1140 Shelby, daughter of Wentworth 

Johnson, Esq Lionel Heath. 

1141 Timidity Alice D. Dumas. 

1142 Marion, daughter of A. L. 

Temple, Esq Ida F. Laidman. 

1143 The Artist's Mother ... Marion E. Broadhead. 

1 1 44 Mrs. Daniel Watkins Maud Eastman. 

1 145 Lady Gore Maud Eastman. 



1907.] WATER COLOUR ROOM. 73 

1 146 The late Mrs. H. T. East- 

man Maud Eastman. 

1 147 Vera, daughter of Arthur Gren- 

fell, Esq Mabel L. Hankey. 

1 148 Peter, son of Sir James Reid, 

Bart Mabel L. Hankey. 

1 149 Lady Elizabeth Lyon Mabel L. Hankey. 

1 150 Une Jeune Femme Alice P. Gaiffe. 

1 15 1 Peggy, youngest daughter of 

Henry Marshall, Esq. ... Nellie M. H Edmimds, 

1152 Constance Alfred Praga. 

1153 Ena and Marjorie Eva Pyne. 

1 154 Portrait of a Lady Walter Ever ill. 

1 155 Henry Tollemache, Esq. ... Walter Everitt. 

1 156 Mrs. Norman Elliott ... Edytha M. Goodwin. 
1 15 7 Kitty, daughter of A. E. D. 

Knight, Esq Maud B.Worsf old. 

1 158 Une Femme Agee Alice P. Gaiffe. 

The Daughter of Hugh\ 

Cooke, Esq 

Gavin, son of F. Gordon Brown, Ethd ' L ' Cohbe - 

Esq J 

1 160 Miss Neville Russell Biggs 

Gertrude K. Hutchinson. 

1 161 Mrs. Francis Pollen Gertrude K. Hutchinson. 

, (Miss Ines Pini ) „ r -_ „ 

1162 Jw a r- \RosalieM.Emshe. 
(Miss Ada Clarke ) 



ii59 



74 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1907. 



1163 


Mrs. Cassils ... 


Elizabeth R. Parker. 


1 1 64 


(Mrs. Beavis, Sen 

(Miss Bessie Yeulett 


'" > Helena Horwitz. 


1165 


Sandalji Effendi, of Constanti- 




nople 


R. Cordelia Whiteside. 


1166 


Brother and Sister 


Alice D. Dumas. 


1167 


jRosalie Emslie 

[Madame Melba 


\ Rosalie M. Emslie. 


1168 


A Portrait 


Edytha M. Goodwin. 


1 1 69 


The late W. W. Fenn, 


Esq. 
Beatrice C. Smalljield. 


1170 


Lady Douglas Galton ... 


... E. Corbould- Ellis. 


1171 


Mrs. Henry Ledger 


. . . Mildred M. Ledger. 


1172 


Honor Storey 


... Hilda M. Fletcher. 


"73 


Mrs. W. H. Longbottom 


... S. Arthur Zindsej: 


"74 


Portrait of a Lady 


William J. McGowan. 


"75 


Emmie, daughter of W. Kay, 


Esq. Eva Noar. 


1176 


Signora Caruso 


Maria Eaton. 


"77 


Maud, daughter of E. J. Travers, 




Esq 


... Agnes T. Cazald. 


1178 


Rev. Canon Carver, D.D 


. ... Edith G or ham. 


"79 


Iris 


... Annie G. Fletcher. 


1180 


H.R.H. Prince George 


OF 




Greece 


W. Heydemann. 


1181 


Winifred 


... Mabel Keighly. 



1907.] 



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75 



Maureen, daughter of J. P. 

Lynch, Esq 

Mrs. Oswald Wildridge 

H.M. THE LATE KlNG 

Denmark 

A Study 

Mrs. C. N. Dalton 

Miss Soldi 

Margaret, daughter of Colonel 

H. C. B. Gray 

A Bonnie Bairn 

Miss G. Williams 

Miss R. Kinsey 

Kathleen 

Emy 

Joan, daughter of Francis Black, 

Esq Florence A. Goodchild, 

Lady Barbara Dudley Heath.' 

Lieut.-Gen. Sir Bryan Milman, 



1183 
1184 

1185 
1186 
1187 
1188 

1189 
1 190 
1191 
1192 

ii93 
1194 

"95 

1196 

1197 
1198 
1199 
1200 

1201 
1202 



Lines Hamilton. 
E. Browning Hogg. 

OF 

... Ellen L. Stansfeld. 
... A lice D. Dumas. 
Maud Dalton. 

... Elsie Millard. 



Leura Ingle. 
Annie Underwood. 

Maud Lindlcy. 

Maud M. Wear. 

Charlotte Bernan. 
F. Piercy Lawless. 



K.C.B 

A Portrait 

Kitsie 

A Portrait 

Agnes, daughter of Dr. E. Day- 

Dewdney... 

Charles Peter Ekin 

Mrs. Bertie Hardy 



Marion G. dimming, 

Renee Finch. 
... Winifred Swayne. 
... Henry C. Wallis. 



Margaret Ley. 
F. Emily Brown. 
Evelyn O Connor. 



76 



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[1907. 



1203 

T204 
I205 

1206 

1207 
1208 
1209 

I2IO 
I2II 
1212 
1213 

1214 

1215 
I2l6 

1217 

I2IS 

1219 

1220 

1221 

1222 
1223 
1224 



Helen G. E. Dunbar 
A Village Model ... 

Pearl 

Barbara, daughter of Major-Gen. 

F. E. A. Chamier 

Betty 

Peggy 

Phyllis and Brunetta . 

Betty 

Mrs. Ernest A. Widdas 

Lady Doreen 

Mrs. William Hanbury 



. Hilda C. Dunbar. 
. Amy M. West. 
E. Browning Hogg. 



... M. G. Morris. 
...John D. Ronton. 
... Alice M. Cook. 
... Mary Pitts. 
Charlotte G. McLaren. 
...Ernest A. Widdas. 
. . . Margaret Haley. 
Aggs 

Adelaide C. Newman, 
Much study is a weariness 



of the flesh 
Miss Jessie Gulland 
Donald S. Robertson 
Portrait of a Girl 
Mrs. Swanston 
Miss Gooch 

Max 

Mrs. Druce 
A Portrait 

Nancy 

A Portrait 



... Dorothy Darnell. 
... Elizabeth Gulland. 

Henry R. Robertson. 
Winifred J. Robertson. 
Blanche Buckley. 
Edith Carr. 

.. Ada M. Howell. 

. . Rachel H. Forbes. 

.. Eleanor S. Sterry. 

..Florence K. Mayer. 

Ethel M. L. Kendall. 



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77 



1226 
1227 
1228 
1229 
1230 
1231 
1232 

1233 
1234 

*235 
1236 
1237 
1238 

1239 

1240 
1241 
1242 

1243 
1244 

1245 
1246 



Marjorie, daughter of C. E 
Stewart, Esq 

Portrait of a Lady 

Portrait of the Artist 

J. H. Sare, Esq 

The late Mrs. Eli as 

Mrs. Scholefield 

Katherine 

l'espagnole 

Head of a Girl 

H.R.H. Princess Louise, 
Duchess of Argyll 

Mrs. Jack Leslie 

Miss Sydney Storey 

A Study 



Mary Stewart. 
Frances E. Butler. 

William Wensley. 
Hilda M. Farhall. 
Mildred M. Ledger. 

Kate Sellers. 

Dora Blyth. 

Vera C. Smith. 

Edith Morgan. 

,. Ethel B. Badcock. 

Peter Leslie. 
. Ella Worrall. 
Ge?-ald E. Harrison. 



The late Edward Hacker, Esq. 

Mrs. John Spencer-Lovell ... 

A Portrait 

A Study 

" Peggy," eldest daughter of Fred 

Palmer, Esq 

Mary 

Mrs. J. B. MacEwen 

Mr. Eric Mackay 

The Bishop of London 



Blanche Gottschalk. 
Charlotte Bcrfian. 
Adelaide Spark. 
Elizabeth Gulland. 

Eleanor Palmer. 
Ernest A. Widdas. 
Dorothy Cole. 
Daisy Wiltshire. 
James S. Teape. 



78 



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[1907. 



1247 


"General" Booth ... 


... Minnie L. Greenwood. 


1248 


H.H. Princess Victoria of 




SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN 


May Tayler. 


1249 


Louise, daughter of 


Alistair 




Sandeman, Esq. 


... Millicent Hart-Dyke. 


1250 


Mrs. F. A. Toynbee 


... M. E. Seymour Lucas. 


1251 


Baby's New Bonnet 


Mabel B. Jo?ics. 


1252 


The Kingfisher 


Frank Haviland. 


1253 


Miss R. E. Jackson 


Mathilde Huhn. 


1254 


George Herbert Wicks Adelaide Wicks. 


1255 


Albinia, daughter of Dr. 


Adams 

Ada E. Richardson. 


1256 


Mrs. L. E. Walsh ... 


Lucie E. Walsh. 


1257 


Mrs. E. B. Fielden 


Evelyn Shaw. 


1258 


A Portrait 


Kate W. Trickett. 


1259 


Miss Hilda Bennett 


Ethel G. Bennett. 


1260 


Miss Dorothea Ph 


ILLIPPS- 




Treby 


Myra E. Luxmore. 


1261 


Miss Elsie Charig... 


Olive Horsford. 


1262 


Sybil, daughter of W 


ykeham 




Bourne, Esq 


Nor ah B. Bourne, 


1263 


A Study 


Dora Mann. 


1264 


A Portrait 


May Arnold. 


1265 


The Poke Bonnet ... 


Lilian Berry. 


1266 


A Portrait Study ... 


Ada M. Muir. 


1267 


Alison 


Alice M. Cook. 



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79 



1268 


A Portrait 


Olga Morgan. 


1269 


Dorothy 


... Dora Soutten. 


1270 


Portrait of a Child ... 


... Winifred Nicolson. 


1271 


"Finette" 


... Edith Morgan. 


1272 


Mary 


... Nora Case. 


1273 


Mrs. Charles Stirling ... 


... Leura Ingle. 


1274 


Mrs. N. F. Dryhurst ... 


... Henrietta Paget. 


1275 


Jim, son of F. C. Bennett, 


Esq. 

Florence E. Bennett. 


1276 


The Choir-Boy 


Ethel M. Z. Kendall. 


1277 


Dorothy, daughter of the 


late 




J. S. Walker, Esq. 


... Mary D. Walker. 


1278 


Mrs. Andrew Neeson ... 


... Jessie R. Spiller. 


1279 


Barbara 


... Alice M. Cook. 


1280 


Brian 


J. Harrison Godman. 


1281 


Mrs. C. T. Arnold 


... May Arnold. 


1282 


"Sweet Nancy" 


... Mildred Lingwood. 


1283 


The Duke of Argyll, K.T. ... Ethel B. Badcock. 


1284 


A Portrait 


Olive Leeson. 


1285 


Bobbie 


... Frances E. Butler. 


1286 


Mrs. A. O'Brien 


William J. McGowan. 


1287 


Mrs. F. Fletcher 


...E. Baldwin Warn. 


1288 


Fairy Tales 


... Inez Buchanan. 


1289 


Study of a Child 


... Bessie Gibson. 


1290 


Harlina 


... Marie Johnson. 



80 WATER COLOUR ROOM. [1907. 

1 291 Chrystian, son of A. U. Soord, 

Esq Kate E. Cowdcroy. 

1292 Mabel Eva Noar. 

1293 Mrs. Humphey Milford Joyce C. Williams. 

1294 Herbert Leaf, Esq E. Baldwin Warn. 

1295 Portrait of a Child Anne Marks. 

1296 Mrs. T. Woodall Smith ... Vera C. Smith. 

1297 The Duchess of Rutland 

and Lady Diana Manners E. (Lad)) Rolleston. 

1298 Mrs. Francis May Bridgman. 

1299 Janet Mary H. C. Piggott. 

1300 E. A. F Aim'ee M, Davies. 

1 30 1 A Dutch Peasant Sarah F. Hockey. 

1302 Elsie, daughter of F. Duncan, 

Esq Henry C. Wallis. 

1303 Portrait of a Lady Frederick Brueton. 

1304 John, son of the Rev. Arthur 

Talbot Charles M. Parroft. 

1305 Mabel Mabel H. Lake. 

1 306 Joseph Viccars, son of Benjamin 

Walker, Esq K. Winifred Walker. 

1307 Mrs. Robert Yeld Chambers Nina Hardy. 
1108 Miss Katie Richardson Ada E. Richardson. 

1309 Edna, daughter of Braham Pitt, 

Esq Herbert J. Drew. 

1 310 The Freiherr von Heyligen- 

Staedt Edith E. Morris. 



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1311 
1312 

1313 
i3H 
i3 J 5 
1316 

1317 
1318 

i3 J 9 
1320 
1321 



1322 
i3 2 3 
i3 2 4 
J 3 2 5 
1326 



Trixie 

Mrs. Frederick Manningham 

BULLER 

A Portrait Study 
A Portrait 

Kathleen 

Cynthia 

Portrait of a Lady 

Dorothy 

Miss Margaret L. Greg 
Mrs. Balfour Neill 
Josephine, daughter of the Rt. 

Hon. Sir H. M. Durand, 

G.C.M.G Dorothy Deane. 

Mrs. Hearst Emily Ellas. 

Portrait of a Lady ... Gertrude S. Hellic? 

Kathleen Edith Axford. 

The late Mrs. Horatio Myer Ida Mostyn. 
Terriers Fannie Moody, 



Dora Blyth. 

. Edith M. Mason, 

Olive Horsford. 
. Jessie M. Burgess, 
. Sarah F. Hockey. 
Percy J. Wright, 
Dorothy Deane. 
. Aimee M. Davies, 
. Janet Roberts 'on. 
.Ethel C. H. Galer. 



( 82 ) [1907. 



BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. 



ETCHINGS, DRAWINGS, AND ENGRAVINGS. 



(Nos. 1327-1454.) 



S327 The Cobbler William A. IVildman. 

1328 A Pastoral Claude A . Shepperson. 

1329 Title-Page for Mr. Punch's 

1 3 ist Volume Linley Sambourne. 

1330 Love and the Cripple Boy ... He?iry M. Brock. 

1 33 1 Viscount St. Aldwyn F. Beaumont 

1332 Rue des Pr£s, St. Lo ... Ambrose M. Poynter. 

1333 Porte du Roi, Mont St. Michel William Ansell. 

1334 Monuments to Poets, West- 

minster Abbey Albert E. Nav combe. 

1335 Tonbridge School Chapel... Gertrude Hayes. 

1336 Vanishing London: the oldest 

house in the City Myra K. Hughes. 

1337 The South Porch, Chartres 

Cathedral Adeline S. Illingworth. 

1338 Reminiscence of Sir Joshua 

Reynolds R. W. Macbet/i, R.A. 



1907.] BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. 83 

1339 Miss Edith Mary Durham 

J. Seymour Lucas, R.A* 

1340 Pastoral Luke Taylor. 

1341 A Legend of King Arthur... Robert Spence. 

1342 The Challenge George SoJ>er. 

1343 Discretion is the Better 

Part of Valour J. R. Granville E,\ ley. 

1344 Cloth Fair, Smithfield Mabel C. Robinson. 

1345 Reminiscence of Turner R. W. Macbeth, R.A. 

1346 The Serpentine Edward L. Lawrefison. 

1347 La Rue Brise Miche, Paris Herman A. Webster, 

1348 "Tintagel Castle by the 

Cornish sea." — Tennyson ... Walter Scutf. 

1349 Story Illustration Arthur C. Michael, 

1350 La Via dei Girolami, Florence Hedley Fitton. 

1 35 1 Lieut.-Gen. Sir Ian Hamilton, 

K.C.B William Strang, A. 

1352 Portrait of a Young Woman 

— after Paulus Moreelse ... Arthur J. Turrell, 

1353 Opening Page for ' Mr. 

Punch's Almanack, 1907'... Linley Samboume, 

1354 George Frampton, Esq., R.A. 

William Strang, A, 

1355 When Autumn Leaves are 

Fallin g Fred Slocombe. 

1356 Lambeth Bridge Lawrence Walker, 

1357 Gen. The Right Hon. Sir 

DlGHTON PROBYN, V.C., 

G.C.B., etc William Strang, A, 



34 



BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. 



[1907. 



'358 


The Lady with the F. 


\N — 




after Velasquez 


Leopold Goetze. 


^359 


Millbank 


Edward L. Lawrenson. 


C360 


The Rathhaus, Munich... 


Lawrence B. Phillips. 


1361 


A Spring Shower 


Norman Hirst. 


1362 


Illustration to a Story 


... Arthur J. Gough. 


1363 


"When the winds are 


ALL 




asleep" 


Amelia BaJierle. 


i3 6 4 


Saint Jacques, Dieppe ... 


...Charles J. Watson. 


J.365 


Woolwich 


... Douglas L. Smart. 


1366 


Reminiscence of Romney 


R. W. Macbeth, R.A. 


1367 


Beauvais 


... Ha?islip Fletcher. 


*3te 


Seaweed Gatherers 


... Lawrence Walker. 


1369 


The Market, Ossett 


E. Mars den Wilson. 


1370 


Noah's Ark, Lannion 


... Kather'me Kimball. 


^37i 


Anne of Cleves' House, Lewes Myra K. Hughes. 


1372 


Pegasus and Belleropho^ 


\ ... Harold A. Rigby. 


^373 


In the Forest 


... Alfred Hartley. 


1374 


John Leydon Morton, 


Esq., 




M.D 


J. Seymour Lucas, R.A. 


1375 


The Cloud 


... Joseph Knight. 


1376 


The Finding of Romulus 


AND 




Remus 


... Robert C. Peter. 


*377 


Design for Book-Plate.. , 


Harold Nelson. 


1373 


Lost 


Norman Wilkinson. 


1379 


Play 


... Herbert Dicksee. 


.1380 


RlEN NE VA PLUS " 


... Prank Craig 



1907.] BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. 85 

1381 Carved Gateway : Lubeck Gertrude Hadenfeldt 

1382 Portrait of a Child ... Josephine Streatfeild. 

1383 A Portrait Thea Proctor. 

1384 Teie White Heron Winifred Austen, 

1385 An Accident Frederic Whiting. 

1386 The Beggars Ethel K. Burgess. 

1387 Part of the Blue Coat School, 

Newgate Annie Williams. 

1388 Reminiscence of Tintoretto 

R. W. Macbeth, R.A. 

1389 A Gentleman of the Road... Frederic Whiting. 

1390 The Reader Jessie Holliday. 

1 39 1 Bosh am Green Edith Collier. 

1392 Mine Host George L. Stampa. 

1393 H. F. Lucas-Lucas, Esq. ... Gertrude Lindsay. 

1394 "The Bench," Old Bailey: 

Judge Rentoul, Alderman 

Pound, Sheriff Dunn ... Douglas Macpherson. 

1395 Rev. Thos. Cecil Fitzpatrick, 

President of Queens' College, 
Cambridge. Presentation Por- 
trait .J. Seymour Lucas, R.A. 

1396 Horse Ranching in Canada 

Arthur C. Michael 

1397 Mrs. Massey Beaumont J. Seymotir Lucas, R.A. 

1398 The Butterfly Laura M. Fisher 

1399 Miss Agnes Robertson Janet Robertson. 

1400 The Dance Steven Spurrier. 



86 BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. [1907. 

1401 Mrs. Frederick Morrice 

J. Seymour Lucas, R.A. 

1402 "Pru" Gertrude D. Hatnmond. 

1403 Broad Street, Stirling ... Susan F. Crawford. 

1404 Illustration to a Story ... Arthur/. Gough. 

1405 The Witch's Call Henry M. Brock. 

1406 South Door, Aumale ... Minna Bolingbroke. 

1407 Sea Dangers N. Bishop Culpeper. 

1408 Jacobean Room, Bristol Charles Bird. 

1409 A Portrait Elinor M.Darwin, 

1410 The Tour du Chceur, Chartres 

Cathedral Adeli?ie S. Illingworth. 

141 1 The Lord Bearing His Cross 

N. H.J. Westlake. 

141 2 Mrs. George Alexander ...Charles E. Ritchie. 

1413 The Dance: sketch design for a 

frieze Walter Seymour. 

1 41 4 Head of a Young Girl Mary Williams. 

1415 William II. of Orange and 

His Consort Mary, daughter 

of Charles I. — after Van Dyck Lake Taylor. 

141 6 Rehearsing for the Military 

Tournament Arthur J. Gough, 

141 7 A Child Reading Josephine Streatfeild. 

1 41 8 Evensong: St. Paul's Cathedral foseph Finnemore. 

141 9 The Spinster — after W. Dendy 

Sadler Charles 0. Murray. 



1907.] 



BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. 



87 



1420 

1421 

1422 

1423 
1424 

1425 
1426 
1427 
1428 
1429 
143° 



I43 1 

I43 2 
^433 
1434 
1435 
I43 6 
1437 
1438 
1439 



Frankfort Market — after W 
Callow 

The Street Musicians . . 

The End of the Day ... 

Strand-on-the-Green, Kew 

Derelict 

Lewes Castle 

"Fish Cut" Alley, Rye 

The Old Clarionet 

Viscount Esher 

By the Summer Sea 

Boats Carrying out Anchors 
and Cables to Dutch Men- 
of-War in 1665— after J. M. W. 
Turner, R.A 

Homeward — after J. Farquhar- 
son, A 

Bridgnorth 

The Careful Mother 

Colonel J. H. S. Craigie ... 

Castle Hill, Lincoln 



■,. Mars den Wilson. 

Wilmot Lunt. 

Edith Collie?-. 

Catherine Smith. 

Douglas I. Smart. 

Douglas I. Smart. 

H. B. van Raalte. 

W. H. Potter. 
William Strang, A. 
Joseph Hammick. 



Frank Short, A. 



The Wind-Swept Moor 
Farm at Fleet 

Penguins 

The Bachelor — after W. 
Sadler 



Herbert Sedcole. 

Sydney R. Jones. 

W. H. Potter. 

Mary Williams. 
.. J. R. Granville Exley. 

T. J. Dalgliesh. 

Constance M. Pott. 

Mary E. Kershaw. 

Dendy 

Charles 0. Murray. 



1440 An Old Convent Doorway 



George E. 



Alexander. 



88 BLACK AND WHITE ROOM. [1907 

1 441 The Upper Mall, Hammer- 

smith, 1896 Hefiry M. Williams. 

1442 Miss Dorothy Mawdeslay ... Charles E. Ritchie. 

1443 Chantry of Bishop Wayn- 

flete, Winchester Cathedral 

Walter W. Burgess. 

1444 The Hamadryad Claude A. Shepperson. 

1445 The Dowry — after W. Dendy 

Sadler James Dobie. 

1446 Dr. John Clifford — after Hon. 

J. Collier T. Hamilton Crawford. 

1447 Boat-Building Yard, Bosham Hubert Schroder. 

1448 Mushroom Gatherers Joseph Knight. 

1449 Commander Richmond, R.N. 

Sir W. B. Richmond, R.A. 

1450 Prawners JosepJi Hammick. 

1 45 1 Lady Maitland — after Sir H. 

Raeburn, R.A Norman Hirst. 

1452 Windsor Castle — after Niels 

M. Lund Charles O. Murray. 

1453 The Good Samaritan Car on 0. Lodge. 

1454 Venus with the Mirror — 

after Velasquez T. Hamilton Crawford, 



1907.] ( s 9 ) 



ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 



ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS. 



(Noa. 1455-1662.) 



1455 St. Pancras Central Library 

Russell and Cooper. 

1456 No. 8, Addison Road, Ken- 

sington Halsey Ricardo. 

1457 Polesden Lacey, near Dorking 

A??ibrose M. Poynter. 

1458 House at Witley, Surrey: the 

courtyard Forbes and Tate. 

1459 "King of Kings": design for 

stained glass George Par Iby. 

1460 Proposed Hotel at Cam- 

berley H. R. and B. A. Poulter. 

146 1 Rugby School : proposed 

" Temple " speech room ... T. G. Jackson, R.A. 

1462 Villa at Antibes ... Ernest George and Yeates. 

1463 New Offices for the 

Northern Assurance Com- 
pany, Lothbury, E.C. 

E. IV. Motmtford and E. A. Greening. 



90 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1907. 

1464 Wyphurst, Cranleigh ... Reginald Blo/nfield, A. 

1465 New Dining-Room at Nor- 

manby Park, Lincolnshire Walter H. Brierley. 

1466 Interior of Hall for House 

in Northumberland Oliver, Zeeson, and Wood. 

1467 Cottages at Foyers, N.B. 

L. F. Crane and D. F. Blow, 

1468 Entrance - Hall and Stair- 

case, Redhill, Surrey Spencer W. Grant, 

1469 Study for the Courtyard of 

the Gatehouse of the 

Monastery, Caldey Island ... John C. Carter. 

1470 United University Club: new 

building, Suffolk Street, Pall 

Mall Reginald Bio m field, A. 

147 1 Dining-Room, Cheswardine Hall, 

Salop Christian Eliot. 

1472 Design for Hither Green 

Library Stanley Towse. 

1473 Residence at Camberley 

H. R. and B. A. Poulter. 

1474 West Window of South Aisle, 

Lancaster Parish Church ... Shrigley and Hunt. 

1475 Gaiety Theatre, Strand Ernest Runtz and Ford. 

1476 New Reredos, St. Peter's, 

Hammersmith Gerald C. Horslcy. 

1477 Hall of Residence, University 

College, Reading C Juries S. Smith, 



1907.] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 91 

1478 National Telephone Ex- 

change, Gerrard Street, Soho Leonard Stokes. 

1479 Proposed Design for Govern- 

ment Buildings in a Trop- 
ical Climate O. Beeston Hatchard. 

1480 New Wing to Girls' School, 

Commercial Travellers' Schools, 

Pinner Herbert O. Creswell. 

1481 House at Exmouth : garden 

front Willia?n Ansell. 

1482 Interior of St. Margaret's, 

Eastney John T. Lee. 

1483 Design for Stained Glass 

Memorial Window William Aikman. 

1484 Golden and Jewelled Altar 

Cross for All Saints', Hunt- 
ingdon Walter Keith. 

1485 Proposed Baptist Chapel ... If. Dare Bryan. 
i486 Design for Public Librarv, 

Southwark Edward W. Allfrey. 

1487 Offices for the Royal 

National Pension Fund 
for Nurses, Buckingham 
Street, Strand Paul Waterhouse. 

1488 St. Helen's School, Abingdon: 

view from playing fields ... Frank L. Pearson. 

1489 Design for the Palace of 

Peace, the Hague : detail of 

chief entrance John C. Carter. 



92 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1907. 

1490 Design for a Georgian 

Dining Room Temple Muir. 

1491 All Saints' Church and 

Vicarage, Tooting Graveney Temple Moore. 

1492 Nos. 20 and 22, Hill Road, 

N.W Sydney J. Tatchell 

1493 Design for Church Exten- 

sion, Manchester Edgar Wood. 

1494 Premises, Warwick Street, 

Regent Street, W John N. R. Vining. 

1495 Design for the Palace of 

Peace, the Hague Jan F. Groll. 

1496 Design for the Palace of 

Peace, the Hague Stanley D. Ads head, 

1497 Garden-Front of a small 

Country House, Preston 

Plucknett, Somerset ... J. Nicholson Johnston, 

1498 No. 3, Woodstock Street, W. 

Treadwell and Martin. 

1499 Balliol College, Oxford : new 

building on St. Giles' ... Edward P. Warren. 

1500 Assurance Office, Euston 

Square Bcresford Pite. 

1501 Design for the Palace of 

Peace, the Hague : grand 

staircase John Belcher, A. 

1502 Design for the Palace of 

Peace Pearson and Milburn* 



1907.] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 93 

1503 Design for New Law Courts, 

Bloemfontein Ernest J. Wellman* 

1504 Design for Stained - Glass 

Window fthn W. Lisle. 

1505 Clark Memorial Screen, Egg- 

buckland Church, Devon ... T. Rogers Kitscll. 

1506 Public Baths, Library, and 

Fire Station, Reddish, Stock- 
port Dixon and Potter, 

1507 Fitzgeorge Avenue, W. : view 

looking west Delis sa Joseph. 

1508 A Country House Edward W. Allfrey, 

1509 Suggested Architectural 

Treatment for Waterloo 

Place, S.W A. E. Richardson*. 

1510 Design for the Palace of 

Peace, the Hague : longi- 
tudinal section John Belcher, A> 

15 1 1 Franco-British Exhibition, 

1908 : facade to principal en- 
trance in Uxbridge Road ... John Belcher, A. 

15 1 2 The City Hall, Belfast Sir Bmmwell Thomas: 

15 13 Design for the Palace of 

Peace, the Hague 

E. G. Page and J. W. Halley, 

15 14 Design for the Palace of 

Peace, the Hague ... A.J, Clifford EwetK 

1 5 15 Design for Museum and Art 

Gallery B. H. Collcutt. 



94 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1907. 

15 16 Design for the Palace of 

Peace, the Hague ... Wills and Anderson. 
5:517 Design for St. George's Clock 

Tower, S.E John W. Rhodes. 

1518 Middle Hill, Hook Heath — 

garden front W. A. Aickman. 

5-519 No. 38, Grosvenor Place, S.W. 

R. G. Hammond. 
3:520 Design for a Stained Glass 

Window for a Music Room James H. Stanley. 

5:521 Design for the Palace of 

Peace, the Hague Henry T. Hare. 

5:522 New Wesleyan Hall, West- 
minster — details of fagade 

Lanchester and Richards. 

5:523 King's College Hospital, 
Denmark Hill — casualty and 
out-patients' departments ... William A. Pile. 

1524 Design for University Col- 
lege, Transvaal Ernest J. Well man. 

£525 Design for the Palace of 

Peace, the Hague Alfred W. S. Cross. 

1526 Proposed Church, Cumberland 

J. E. Dixon Spain. 

1527 House at Newport H. Inigo Triggs. 

1528 Design for a Stained Glass 

Window Oswald Flcuss. 

1:529 House at Nairn Walter R. Davidson. 



1907.] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 95 

1530 Lythe Church, Yorkshire ... Walter J. Tapper, 

1531 Sketch for Mosaic Frieze 

for Turkish Baths Frederick H. Mayo. 

1532 Design for Window in Public 

Building J. Dudley Forsyth. 

1533 Proposed Tower, St. Barnabas' 

Church, Dulwich ... Oliver ; Leeson, and Wood. 

1534 Lancaster Town Hall: view 

from Daulton Square ...Edward W. Mountford, 

1535 Proposed Church of St. 

Alban's, Durdham Park, 

Bristol Rodway and Dening, 

1536 Killyon Manor, County Meath: 

proposed reconstruction... Warwick and Hall. 

1537 New Choir and Transepts, 

All Saints' Parish Church, 

Eccleshall Temple Moore. 

1538 Bolton Co-operative Society's 

Offices Bradshaw and Gass* 

1539 Comeragh Court, Woking 

C. B. Tubbs and A. A. Messer* 

1540 St. Paul's Church, Bushey, 

Herts Austin Durst. 

1 541 Panel Painting for Reredos, 

St. John, New Brunswick ...P. Bacon and Bros. 

1542 New Buildings, 160 Wardour 

Street: interior Frank L. Pearson, 

1543 St. Andrew and St. Patrick's 

Church, Elveden William D. Caroe. 



$6 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1907. 

.15 44 New Buildings, 160 Wardour 

Street: the staircase Frank L. Pearson. 

1545 St. Mary's, Holly Place, 

Hampstead ... G. Collinson and A. M. Cock. 

Z546 House in Kensington Palace 
Gardens : the hall and the 
porch Edward J. May. 

£547 Lambeth Municipal Buildings 

— competition design Harold Tri??inell. 

5:548 Design Submitted in Liverpool 
Cathedral Primary Com- 
petition : portion of nave ... W. Henry Jewitt. 

r ,549 Naval Battle between Eng- 
land and Holland, 1652 — 
design for stained glass Andrew Stoddart. 

2:550 A House in Holland George O. Scorer. 

5:551 New Mission Church, St. 
Augustine's, Aldershot : exterior 

T. G. Jackson, R.A. 

1552 A Church Maurice H. Pocock. 

1553 New Mission Church, St. 

Augustine's, Aldershot : interior 

T. G. Jackson, R.A. 

1554 The New Royal Infirmary, 

Manchester E. T. Hall and J. Brooke. 

1555 Design for Hackney Central 

Library Chevalier IV. Beaumont. 

C556 Interior of the New Chapel, 

Hertford College, Oxford T. G.Jackson, R.A. 



1907.] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 97 

1557 Proposed Enlargement, Alder- 

shot Church T. G. Jackson, R. A. 

1558 New Church of St. Hilda, 

Crofton Park, S.E. 

F H Greenaway and J. E. Newberry. 

1559 St. Aldhelm — design for stained 

glass window for Shaw Church, 

Wilts Horace Wilkinson. 

1560 Churchyard Cross erected 

at Malvern Link ... A. Henry Skipworth. 

1 56 1 Crawley Grange: exterior Henry Tanner, fun. 

1562 Design for Historical Stained 

Glass Window, public build- 
ings, Dumfries Walter H Camm. 

1563 Study for a Chancel ... L. MacDo7iald Gill. 

1564 Mausoleum to Prof. B. 

Fletcher at Hampstead 

Cemetery Banister Fletcher and Sons. 

1565 Front of Shop and Offices, 

Catherine Street H. Heathcote Statham. 

1566 An Inner Hall Thomas Johnson. 

1567 A Design for the Cathedral 

Church, Westminster Archibald Dunn, 

1568 The Students' Union, Uni- 

versity of Liverpool Charles H. Reilly. 

1569 Lodge Entrance, Brookland 

Wood House, Baltimore, 

U.S. A T. H Mawson. 

E 



98 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1907. 

1570 The Churchill Homes, 

Somerset : front view Silcock and Reay. 

15 7 1 Design for Little Aston 

Court, Staffs Batcman and Batc?nan. 

1572 St. Chad's Church, Burton-on- 

Trent G. F. Bodley, R.A. 

1573 The Main Staircase, New War 

Office Clyde Young. 

1574 Christ Church, Port Sunlight 

William and Scgar Oivcn, 

1575 Interior of English Church, 

Florence G. F. Bodley, R.A. 

1576 Memorial and Fountain ... Ja/nes H. Morton. 

1577 Design for Convalescent 

Home, Glossop Ay twin O. Cave. 

1578 Conkwell Grange, Wilts ... E. Guy Dawber. 

1579 Business Premises, Lincoln's 

Inn Fields Eustace C. Fr ere. 

1580 St. John's House, Queen's 

Square : general view Eustace C. Frere. 

1 58 1 Suggestion for Street Bridges 

across the Thames 

T. E. Collcutt and S. Hamp. 

1582 The Loggia, new War Office... Clyde Young. 

1583 Lloyds' Bank, Wealdstone 

Horace Field and Simmons. 



r-907.] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 99 

1584 Design for West Windows, 



d°d 



East Bergholt Church, Suffolk Hugh Arnold. 
Design for Stained Glass 

Entrance Screen Hugh Arnold. 

1586 St. George — design for stained 

glass window Fredk. E. Thomas. 

1587 Sanctuary Fittings and 

Screens, St. Mary's R.C. 

Church, Latchford Douglas a?id M ins hull. 

1588 Memorial Chapel, Colston 

School, Bristol Paul and James. 

1589 A Country House Maurice H. Pocock. 

1590 U. F. Church, Coldstream : 

view from south-west ... George Reavell^Jun. 

1591 Bishop's Throne, St. Anne's 

Cathedral, Leeds J. H. Eastwood. 

1592 Proposed Vicarage, St. Stephen's 

Church, Hampstead Horace Field and Simmons. 

1593 House, Pilgrim's Way, Reigate Charles E. Salmon. 

r 594 " Chippenham," Crowthorne, 

Berks Arthur C. Martin. 

1595 New West-End Screens, St. 

Margaret-at-Cliffe, Dover ... C. B. Hutchinson. 

1596 Proposed Church of St. 

Saviour, Sunbury Common, 

Middlesex: interior Robert A. Briggs. 

1597 House at Totteridge Thos. E. Collcutt. 

1598 Engineers' and Shipbuilders' 

Institute, Glasgow John B. Wilson. 

e 2 



ioo ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1907. 

1599 Johnston Technical School, 

Durham Oliver, Leeson, and Wood. 

1600 A Church Interior Fredk. Banister. 

1 601 A House at Guildford... T. Talfourd Cumming. 

1602 Shipping Offices, 15 Tooley 

Street Stanley D. Ads head. 

1603 New Chancel and Fittings, 

Kirkby-in-Cleveland Church... Temple Moore. 

1604 Elevation of Chimney-Piece 

side of hall, Spanish Renais- 
sance Percival T. Hildesley, 

1605 Thurlestone Vicarage, York- 

shire Edgar Wood. 

1606 House at Ewhurst Ernest Newton. 

1607 Hall in the Style of the 

Spanish Renaissance ... Percival 1. Hildesley. 

1608 Re-building of Premises in 

Oxford Street Richard J. Lovell. 

1609 The Great Hall, University 

College School, Hampstead ... Arnold Mitchell. 

1 610 Decoration of Municipal 

Hall, Woolwich — architecture 

by A. B. Thomas E.J.Lambert. 

1 61 1 Hillbrook Place, Iver Heath, 

Bucks ... W. A. Forsyth and G. P. S. Manic. 

1 61 2 Poynders End, Herts: garden 

front Geoffry Lucas. 



1907.] ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 101 

1 613 Proposed Home Hospital for 

Children, Barnet ... Ho?-ace Field and Simmons 

1 6 1 4 House, Marine Parade, Gorleston- 

on-Sea Pa a ton Watson. 

1 6 15 St. Paul's Church, South Shore, 

Blackpool Jesse Horsfall. 

161 6 Study for a Stone Bridge 

H. Hcathcotc Statham. 

161 7 Design for Borough Offices 

Gerald C. Horsley. 

1 61 8 Proposed new Premises, 

Oxford Street, W R. Frank Atkinson. 

1 6 1 9 Principal Entrance, University 

of Birmingham 

Sir Aston Webb, R.A., and E. Ingress Bell. 

1620 Design for Pergola, Tennis 

Courts, and Tea House Charles E. Mallows. 

1 62 1 New Oak Screen, Pulpit, etc., 

St. James's Church, Barton 

Hartshorne, Bucks William] G. Horseman. 

1622 Restoration of Kinnersley 

Castle, Herefordshire Groome and Bettington. 

1623 Museum, Art Gallery, and 

Library, Plymouth T. Rogers Kitsell. 

1624 Design for Stained Glass 

Window — renaissance Ethelbert Gibbs. 

1625 House and Garden, Tirleigh 

Court, Cheshire Charles E. Mallows. 



ro2 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1907. 

1626 University of Birmingham : 

elevation towards University 
Road 

Sir Aston Webb, R.A., and E. Ingress Bell. 

1627 Victoria and Albert Museum : 

detail of central entrance to 

Cromwell Road Sir Aston Webb, R.A. 

1628' Proposed Building, Oxford 

Street ... R. Frank Atkinson and Burnham. 
1 629.'. -^Dining Room, Lansdown Park H. Davis Richter. 

1630 Proposed House at Willersey, 

Gloucestershire Andrew N. Prentice. 

1 63 1 Design for English Church, 

Mauritius : section looking 

east Ernest Short. 

1632 House at Iver, Bucks ... Fredk. M. Simpson. 

1633 Additions to Orchard Farm, 

Broadway, Worcestershire Andrew N. Prentice. 

1634 Staircase, Pickwell Manor O. Or merod Harrison. 

1635 Dining Room, house at Hails- 

ham W. H. Atkin Berry. 

1636 A Proposed City Building Hnbbard and Moore. 

1637 Billiard Room, Byrkley, Staffs. Christian Eliot. 

1638 ~ No. 9 Wimpole Street, W. ... W. Henry White. 

1639 .Lambeth Municipal Buildings 

— detail of a portion of the 

front elevation Warwick and Hall. 

1640 Station at Howrah, Calcutta Halsey Ricardo. 



ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. 103 

Design for Publtc Library, 

Southwark T. R. Br id son. 

House at Farnham, Surrey 

Niven, Wigglesworth, and Falkner* 
Proposed New Church and 

Parish Hall, Heme Hill 

F. H. Greenaway and J. E. Newberry* 
Design for Birmingham Art 

Gallery C. E. Mallows and A. W. S. Cross* 
Three Cottages, Hest Bank, 

Lancaster T. H. Mawson. 

Bridge at Lisbon Ernest G. Page. 

Flats at Hampstead ... T. Millwood Wilson. 

The Benedicite Window for 
Worcester Cathedral : me- 
morial to Sir Douglas Galton, 
K.C.B James Powell and Sons, 

Birmingham Council House : 

premiated design Treadwell and Martin. 

Birmingham Council House 
Extension — perspective view 
of competition design 

Man sell, Ma /i sell, and Dixon. 

Birmingham Council House 
Extension — accepted design 

H. V. Ashley and W. Newman. 

New Chapel for the Com- 
munity of the Resurrec- 
tion, Mirfield — three eleva- 
tions A. Henry Skipworth. 



io4 ARCHITECTURAL ROOM. [1907. 



1653 Design for a British Embassy 

in a Foreign Capital ... Leslie Wilkinson. 

1654 Design for Public Baths at 

Selly Oak Arnold Mitchell. 

1655 Birmingham Council House 

Extension — competition de- 
sign A. Gilbey Latham. 

1656 An Interior Thomas Johnson. 

1657 Plaster Ceiling in Drawing- 

Room, " Bishop's Barns," York 

George P. Bankart. 

1658 Birmingham Council House 

Extension — competition de- 
sign Henry T. Hare. 

1659 War Memorial Window, Ton- 

bridge School C. W. Whall. 

1660 Sarnesfield Church, Hereford- 

shire, as restored and rebuilt Poland W. Paul. 

1 66 1 Casa Blanca, Alicante — pre- 

liminary sketch Wills and Anderson. 

1662 Church of All Saints, Berk- 

hamstead, now in course of 

erection C. H. and N. A. Pew. 



( io5 ) 



CENTRAL HALL. 



SCUXPTUKE— (Nos. 1663-1695). 



1663 Sir Sheshadri Iyer, late Dewan 

of Mysore — statue, bronze IV. Robert Cotton, A. 

1664 Drinking Fountain — bronze... E. Whitney Smith. 
Edwin Pears, Esq. — bust ...Maude R. Windky. 
Courage — group. Part of a 

public monument ... Hamo Thornycrqft, R.A. 

1667 D. WlNTRINGHAM STABLE, ESQ. 

— bust, bronze Sydney March. 

1 668 Model of the ease of an 

Electric Light Standard. 
To be executed in bronze under 
the terms of the " Leigh ton 
Bequest" S. Nicholson Babb. 

1669 The Alarm — statue E. Caldwell Spruce. 

1670 Semita Vitae — statue ■!. C. Lucchesi. 

1 67 1 H.H. THE LATE MAHARAJA OF 

Mysore — statue W. Robert Cotton, h. 

1672 The late G. A. Fichardt, Esq. 

■ — bust, bronze David McGill. 



*o6 CENTRAL HALL. [1907. 

1673 Foxhounds in Full Cry — 

group Cecil Brown. 

1674 Amor Victor — relief Gilbert Bayes 

1675 "Tiger Lilies" — bust, bronze Jo han Keller. 

1676 Man and the Ideal — group... Richard Gar be. 

1677 Man — statue Mervyn Laivrence. 

1678 Sir William Crookes, D.Sc, 

F.R.S.— bust Walter Merrett. 

1679 The Right Hon. the Lord 

Mayor of London, Sir Wil- 
liam Treloar — bust Albert Toft. 

[680 The Wounded Warrior — 

statue F. Fleming Baxter. 

c68i Canada — bust Frank M. Taubman. 

1682 Memorial to Sir Peter Nicol 

Russell— group Bertram. Mackennal. 

1683 Phyllis — bust, bronze Paul F. Montford. 

1684 " Wonderland " : the artist's 

wife and children — group ... Herbert Hampton. 

1685 Boy and Goat— group Albert H. Hodge. 

*686 Boy and Turkey — group ... Albert H. Hodge. 
1687 Lieut.-Col. McCarty O'Leary: 

war memorial at Warrington — 

statue, bronze Alfred Driiry, A. 

t688 Portrait — bust Evelyn F. Standen. 

r 689 The late Canon Major Lester. 

Model of bronze statue to be 

erected in Liverpool George Frampton, R.A. 



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1690 Mrs. Henry Newbolt — head, 

bronze John H. M. Furse. 

1 69 1 Group for Fountain Charles Beacon. 

1692 Maharaja Sir Digbijai Singh, 

K.C.S.I., of Balrampur — statue, 
marble. To be erected at 
Lucknow IV. Goscombe Jo/m, A. 

1693 The Music of Death — group Reuben Sheppard. 

1694 The late Marquess of Salis- 

bury, K.G. Model for bronze 

statue erected at Hatfield ... George Frampton, R.A. 

1695 Antigone — statue Albert Toft. 



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LECTURE ROOM. 



SCULPTURE— (Nos. 1696-1845). 



1696 " Trax " — bust James A. Stevenson. 

1697 Head of a Young Airedale 

Terrier — relief, bronze ... Mary A. Swan. 

1698 St. Francis and the Turtle- 

doves — statuette, bronze ... H. Mabel White. 

1699 The Wings of the Wind — 

statuette, bronze Gilbert B ayes. 

1700 St. George and the Dragon 

— panel, enamel and silver George H. Clarkson. 

1 701 The Virgin Enthroned — 

panel, mother-of-pearl, and 

gesso Frederick Marriott. 

1702 Captain John Smith, explorer, 

sailor, soldier, and adminis- 
trator; founder of Virginia, 
1607 R. S. S. Baden-Powell. 

1703 Chain of the St. Bernulph's 

Guild — gold and enamel ... John Brovi. 

1704 Mademoiselle Adeline Genee 

■ — statuette Una E. Taylor. 

1705 Eve — statuette, bronze Oliver Sheppard. 

1706 The Standard-Bearer — panel, 

enamel and bronze George H. Clarkson 



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1707 
170S 
1709 

1710 
1711 



1714 

J 7i5 
1716 



1717 



1718 

1719 
1720 
1721 



Music — statuette in niche Clement W. Jewitt. 

On the Alert — statuette ... Morris Harding. 
Mrs. Dorothy Whatley — 

statuette Paul R. Montford. 

Hylas — statue Alex. J. Leslie. 

Case of three Plaquettes — 

bronze and silver. Portrait. 

Medal for Physical Training 

College. Goats' at Glendalough Gwenda Herbert. 
Cecil Rhodes — equestrian 

statuette, bronze ... Ha/no Thorny crofts R.A. 

Veritas —relief, bronze Robert J. Emerson. 

Visitation — relief Arthur C. White. 

Morning— statuette, bronze A. Bertram Pegram. 

Case of eight Medals — silver 
and bronze. P. Carroll. "En- 
tente Cordiale " medal. Admiral 
Sir Wilmot Fawkes, K.C.V.O. 
W.Faulkner. C. Peabody. John 
P. Wood. Sir Patrick Playfair, 
CLE. Prof. J. Pick ... ... 

Andrew Carnegie, Esq., LL.D. 
— bust, marble. Presentation 
bust 

Jacob Wrestling 

Angel — group 
A i Bell-Ringer — relief, bronze E. M. Rope. 
The Lorelei— statuette L. Gwendolen Williams. 
F. H. Tremel, Esq.— bust ... May Tremel. 



T. Spieer Simson. 



Edouard Lanteri. 

with the 

Ferdinand V. Blund stone. 



no LECTURE ROOM. [1907. 

1722 Beatrice — bust, marble Wilhelm Wands cJmeider. 

1723 Case of Five Medals ... Ethel A. C. Bower. 

1724 CUTHBERT CARTWRIGHT GrUXDY, 

Esq. — bust, bronze John Millard. 

1725 Andromeda — statue Benjamin Clemens. 

1726 The Rev. Bernard D. Shaw — ■ 

bust, marble Herbert Hampton. 

1727 H.R.H. the Princess of 

Wales. Portrait study for the 
marble statue to be erected at 
Calcutta George Frampto7i, R.A. 

1728 Miniature — coloured wax ... Ella Casella. 

1729 Science — relief Albert H Hodge. 

1730 The late Sir J. S. Burdon 

Sanderson, F.R.S. — bust, 

marble H. R. Hope-Pinker, 

1 73 1 Statuette — bronze R. Tait Mackenzie. 

1732 "Mors Janua Vitae" — group 

Alfred Gilbert, R.A. 

1733 The Elf — statuette, bronze W. Goscombe John, A. 

1734 Frank Dicksee, Esq., R.A. — 

bust W. Goscombe John, A. 

1735 The late Frederic Andrew 

Inderwick, K.C. — post- 
humous bust, marble. For 
the Bar Library, Royal Courts 
of Justice George Frampton, R.A. 

1736 Miniature — coloured wax ... Nelia Casella. 



1907.] LECTURE ROOM. Ill 

1737 Sir William H. Perkin — bust, 

marble Frcdk. W. Pomeroy, A. 

1738 The Spirit of Ivy— statue ... David B. Brown. 

1739 The Chorister — bust, bronze Francis Jahn. 

1740 Dr. J. H. Kixgdon — bust, 

marble Fredk. W. Pomeroy, A. 

1741 The Bishop of London — bust, 

bronze John E. Hydt. 

1742 Victory — statuette, silver and 

bronze. Trophy prize for 

Wellington College Lillian M. Wade. 

1743 Electra — statuette Frederick B. Hitch. 

1744 Portrait Group — relief F. Arnold Wright. 

1745 "Una" — bust, bronze Edouard Lantcr.. 

1746 The late Augustus Austen 

Leigh, M.A., Provost of King's 
College, Cambridge — bust, 
marble F. Lynn Jenkins. 

1747 Case of eight Medals — bronze. 

Misses L. and E. Hammond. 
Mrs. T. Spicer Simson. Mrs. 
Corrie. Mrs. Mielziner. Miss 
M. Schmidt. H.R.H. Victoria, 
Duchess of Saxe-Coburg and 
Gotha. Miss Mildred Spicer 
Simson T. Spicer Simson. 

1748 Mrs. Glyx — bust, marble ... Basil Gotlo. 

1749 The Dancer — statuette, bronze 

Arthur G. Walker. 



1757 



ii2 LECTURE ROOM. [1907. 

1750 Dr. Henry Owen of Poyston 

— bust, marble W. Goscombe John, A. 

1 751 Case of four Medals, and a 

Plaque — bronze Robert J. Richardso7i, 

1752 The Treasure ■ — statuette, 

bronze, silver, and ivory ... Francis Jahn. 

1753 The Necklace — statuette ... Percy Portsmouth. 

1754 Design for a Seal 

W. R. Co/ton, A., and N. H.J. Westlake. 

1755 Seaweed — statuette Ruby Levick. 

1756 Rev. Alfred Wells — bust ... Lilian G. Wells. 
H.S.H. Prince Schonburg — 

equestrian statuette Herbert Haseltine. 

1758 St. George — relief, bronze ...Charles A. Palmer. 

1759 An Old Cromwellian — bust, 

marble Frederick B. Hitch. 

1760 Decoration for Institute of 

Physical Training — panel Richard R. Goulden. 

1 7 61 A Merry Babe — bust, bronze A. Bertram Pegram. 
j 7 6 2 — The Stick — statuette, bronze 

L. Gwendolen Williams. 

1763 H.M. the Queen of Spain. 

Exhibited by command of H.M. 

The King Conrad Dressier. 

1764 The Tide — statuette Elsie M. Walker. 

1765 A Crimean Veteran — bust, 

bronze Claude W. S. Hudson. 

1766 An Intruder — group, marble ... Mary Pow nail. 

1767 Granville Barker, Esq. — 

statuette, bronze Kay e Bruce. 



V907.] LECTURE ROOM. 



1768 Part of Decoration of In- 

stitute of Physical Train- 
ing — panel Richard R. Goulden. 

1769 Labour — statuette Frank Gattcr. 

1770 The Song of the Lark — bust, 

bronze Harold Parker. 

1 771 Major-Gen. H. R. Abadie, C.B., 

late Lieutenant - Governor of 

Jersey — bust Leonard Jennings . 

1772 YVende Girl, Sierra Leone — ■ 

head, bronze Charles L. Hartwell. 

Grief — statuette, bronze Ada F. Gell. 

The Dray — group Frank Baxter, 

Grille for New Sessions 

House, Old Bailey Alfred Turner. 

Horses at Play. Model for one 

of the bronze groups in Benham 

Park, ISewbury .John H M. Furse. 

rMiss Louisa Chad-} 

wick — medals, n/r c 

_ _, „ „ T > 1 Mary SwainsoiK 

The Rev. F. Wool-I bronze •> 

I ryche-Whitmore J 

The late Alfred Beit, Esq. — 

bust Henry Pegra/n, A. 

Francis Bate, Esq. — medallion, 

bronze Edith A. Bell. 

Eurydice — statuette, bronze ... Harold Parker. 
Mourners : portion of memorial 

— relief Margaret JFiuser. 



ii4 LECTURE ROOM. [1907. 

1782 Design for Tombstone in 

Ballymore Eustace, Co. 

Kilclare Mortimer Brown. 

1783 The Man with the Falcon — ■ 

statuette Albert Toft. 

1784 A Ragamuffin — bust, bronze... Mary Pownall. 

1785 The late Lady Isobel Wilson 

— Posthumous portrait study for 
recumbent figure for monument to 
be erected in the private chapel, 
Warter Priory George Frampton, R.A. 

1786 A Portrait — medallion Florence M. Rimmington. 

1787 Knowledge — statuette, bronze. 

Study for statue for principal 
entrance, Victoria and Albert 
Museum Alfred Drury, A. 

1788 Orpheus — bas-relief, marble. To 

be placed over a fireplace in a 

music room Ha mo Thomycroft, R.A. 

1789 Girl and Lizard — group, bronze S. M. IViens. 

f George A. C. \ 
Bower 
The Rev. H. B. 
Gray, D.D., 

1790 \ Warden of Brad- 
field 

The Right Rev. 
Abbot Gasquet, 
\ O.S.B. 



v — medals Ethel A. C. Bower. 



1907.] LECTURE ROOM. 115 

1 791 Inspiration — statuette, bronze. 

Study for statue for principal 
entrance ; Victoria and Albert 
Museum Alfred Drury, A. 

1792 Mademoiselle A. L. — bust, 

marble F. Derwe?it Wood. 

1793 Lewis Alexander Wallace, 

Esq. — bust, marble Sydney March. 

1794 Dr. Waterhouse — medallion, 

pewter Florence Newman. 

1795 "Isabella" (John Keats) — bust 

Frederick J. Halnon. 

1796 Motherhood — group. Half-size 

model of a portion of the IVationat 
Memorial to the late Queen 
Victoria Thomas Brock, R.A, 

1797 Mrs. Stirling — bust, marble ... Harold Parker. 

1798 Lord Kenyon — bust, bronze 

W. G os combe John, A. 

1799 "Kit" — portrait medallion ...G. Heather Mason. 

1800 The late Mrs. H. Fleming 

Baxter — bust, marble F. Fleming Baxter. 

1 80 1 The Hon. Mr. Justice Dar- 

ling — bust Leonard Jennings , 

1802 Perseus Delivering Andro- 

meda— relief Henry Fegram, A. 

1803 Riding Off! — group, bronze ... Herbert Haseltine. 

1804 Youth — bust Alex. J. Leslie. 



n6 LECTURE ROOM. [1907. 

1805 Morpheus, the Dream-God — 

statuette, marble Charles Rutland. 

iSiR John Banks, K.C.B. — 1 
medal, bronze Air C7 ., , 
' \ Oliver Sheppard. 

Prof. E. Hallaran-Bennett, 
M.D. — medal, silver I 

1807 Staff of Office, Marischal 

Gollege, Aberdeen — silver, 

ivory, and lapis-lazuli Harry Wilson. 

1808 H.E. M. Paul Cambon, French 

Ambassador — bust, bronze ... Edoua?-d Lant'eri. 

1809 Echo — statuette Henry C. Fehr. 

1 8 10 Sir Perceval and the Vision 

of the Holy Grail — panel Frances Darlington. 

1.811 Sir Thomas Browne, M.D.— 

statuette, bronze Henry Pegram, A. 

1812 The Bird of Joy — statuette, 

bronze Jean Milne. 

1S13 The late Sir John Wood- 
burn, G.C.S.I. Sketch model, 
bronze, for the equestrian statue 
erected at Calcutta George Frampton, R. A. 

18 14 The late Mrs. Steinhoff — 

relief, silver L. Fritz Roselieb. 

1815 Municipal Seal for the 

Borough of Merthyr Tydfil 

— wax impression W. Gos combe Tohn, A 



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1 81 6 The late Christopher Mease, 

Esq. — medallion, bronze M. Christine Comiell. 

181 7 The Imp— statuette, bronze ... E. Whitney Smith. 

1 818 Dr. Robert H. Johnston — 

bust, bronze Henry Fegram, A. 

1 81 9 Gloria Victis — group, bronze... 6*. Nicholson Babb. 

1820 The Gossips — group Frances B. Bnrlis-on. 

182 1 "Laura" — miniature, coloured 

wax Nelict Casella. 

1822 The Bathers— group ... Charles L. Hartwell. 

1823 Mother and Child — group, 

bronze Charles L. Hartwell. 

1824 Bacchante — statuette, bronze... F. Derwent Wood. 

1825 Psyche — statuette, bronze ... Vernon March. 

1826 Wall Fountain for Pitten- 

crief Park, Dunfermline Richard R. Gonlden. 

1827 Day and Night — bas-relief ... Alfred R. Martin, 

1828 Undine — statuette ... Wilhelm'uia L. Neimnrth. 

1829 Gladys Humphreys — bust Charles E. Whiff en. 

1830 Icarus — statuette Maggie Richardson. 

1 83 1 Case of ten Plaquettes — bronze L. Fritz Roselieb. 

1832 The late Dean Farrar. 

Reduction in silver from the 
medallion on his monument in 
Canterbury Cathedral A. B nice-Joy. 

1833 Colin McAlpin, Esq. — bust, 

bronze Will Fagan. 



n8 LECTURE ROOM. [1907. 

1834 The late Bishop Ridding — 

statue, bronze. For Southwell 

Cathedral. Frcdk. W. Pomcroy, A. 

1835 Bacchus — statue, bronze Basil Gctto. 

1836 The Girdle — statuette, marble 

W. Robert Cotton, A. 

1837 The Elf's Music — statue ... Anders Clson. 

1838 Research — statue Lillie Reed. 

1839 Atalanta — statue F. Derwent Wood. 

1840 Orpheus — group, bronze ... John M. Swan, R.A. 

1 841 Diana Wounded — statue... Bertram Macketmal. 

1842 The late Bishop Ellicott. 

Model for the memorial to be 

erected in Gloucester Cathedral William S. Frith. 

1843 Circe — group, marble Arthur G. Walker. 

In Gallery No. VI. 

1844 The Earth and the Elements 

— group, marble. Purchased by 
the President and Council of the 
Royal Academy wider the terms 
of the Chantrey Bequest ... Bertram Mackennal. 

1845 Guinevere's Redeeming — 

statuette, bronze, ivory, and 

enamels W. Reynolds-Stephens. 



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1907.] ( ii9 ) 



LIST OF THE EXHIBITORS, 1907, 

WITH THEIR ADDRESSES. 



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



Adams, B. (Miss), Birch-grove, Manchester-road, Sheffield — 686 

Adams, C. J., Claremont, Tilford-road, Farnham, Surrey — 963 

Adams, H. W., The Studios, Pierpoint-street, Worcester — 108 

Adams, J. C, Ewhurst-hill, near Guildford — 170 

Adshead, S. D., 46 Great Russell-street, W.C. — 1496, 1602 

Aickman, W. A., 34 Gresham-street, E.G. — 1518 

Aiken, J. M., 50 Stanley-street, Aberdeen — 362 

Aikman, W., 18 Maidstone-road, Bowes-park, X. — 1483 

Airy, A. (Miss), 7 The Studios, Sherriff-road, West Hampstead, N.W. 

-348 
Airy, A. L., 10 Stafford-mansions, Battersea-park, S.W. — 79 
Albert, M. (Mde.), Cleveland-lodge, Alexander-street, Westbourne- 

gardens, W. — 451, 611 
Alexander, G. E., 75 Castle-street, Farnham, Surrey — 1440 
Allan, R. W., 62 Buckingham-gate, S.W. —262 
Allfrey, E. W., 2 St. Michael's-chambers, Oxford — 1486, 1508 
Alma-Tadema, A. (Miss), 34 Grove-end-road, X.W. — 801 
Alma-Tadema, L. (Lady), 34 Grove-end-roacl, N.W. — 648 
Alston, E. C, 60 Longridge-road, Earl's-court, S.W. — 964 
Althaus, F., c/o Mr. F. Tate, 18 Percy-street, Tottenham-court-road, 

W.C.— 948. 
Ansell, W., 18 Guildford-street, Russell-square, W.C. — 1333, 1481 
Anzino, G. P., Wahroonga, Nepean-street, Roehampton — 857 



120 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907 

Apperley, O. W., The Grey-house, St. Leonards-on-Sea — 326, 1065 
Appleby, E. W., 41 Priory-road, Kilburn, N.W. — 704 
Arnold, II., 12 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. — 1584, 1585 
Arnold, M. (Miss), Stamford-house, West Side, Wimbledon — 1264, 12S1 
Ashley, II. V., and W. Newman (Messrs.), 14 Gray's-inn-square, W.C. 

— 1651 
Atkins, M. E. (Miss), 120 Cheyne-walk, S.W.— 81, 703 
Atkinson, M. T. (Miss), 3 Clanricarde-gardens, W. — 1105 
Atkinson, R. F., 8 Sackville-street, W.— 1618 
Atkinson and Burnham (Messrs.), 8 Sackville-street, W. — 1628 
Atwood, C. (Miss), 43 Redcliffe-road, S.W. — 479 
Aumonier, J., 142 Adelaide-road, N.W. — 765 
Austen, W. (Miss), 3 Warwick-avenue, Maida-hill, W. — 339, 1384 
Axford, E. (Miss), Maycourt, Campden-road, S. Croydon — 1324 

B 

BODLEY, G. F., R.A., 7 Gray's-inn-square, W.C— 1572, 1575 
BROCK, T., R.A., 30 Osnaburgh-street, Regent's-park, N.W. — 1796 
BACON, J. H. F., A., 33 St. John's-wood-road, N.W.— 285, 572, 

770, 784 
BELCHER, J., A., 20 Hanover-square, W. — 1501, 1506, 15 10 
BLOMFIELD, R. T., A., 1 New-court, Temple, E.C.— 1464, 1470 
BRAMLEY, F., A., Tongue Ghyll, Grasmere, S.O., Westmorland — 

91, 124, 291, 406, 475 
BROWN, A., A., The White-house, Haddiscoe, near Norwich — 73, 

22D, 296, 851 

Babb, S. N., 7 The Studios, Brecknock-road, X.W.— 166S, 1819 
Bacon, P., and Bros. (Messrs.), 11 Newman-street, W. — 1541 
Badcock, E. B. (Mrs.), Upper Stable Studio, Kensington-palace, W. 

— 1234, 1283 
Badcock, I. B. (Miss), Somerleaze, Wells, Somerset — 1 100 
Baden-Powell, R. S. S. (Major-Gen., C.B.), 32 Prince's-gate, S.W.— 

1702 
Badham, E. L., 3 St. Matthew's-drive, St. Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex 

—880 
Bagshawe, J. R., The Old Rectory, Whitby, Yorks— 343, 39S 
Bailey, H., Manor-place, Great Baddow, Chelmsford — 1052 
Baird, N. (Miss), Urie, Stonehaven, N.B. — 223, 757 
Baker, C. H. C, 191 Ladbroke-grove, Notting-hill, W.— 21 1 
Ball, W.j 49 Coleherne-court, S.W. — 1051, 1085 



I9Q7-] THE EXHIBITORS. 121 

Bancroft, E., 10 Acomb-street, Manchester — 986 

Banister, F., The Outer Temple, W.C.— 1600 

Bankart, G. P., 58c Gray's-inn-road, W.C. — 1657 

Banks, C. A. E. (Mrs.), 54 Bloomsbury-street, W.C. — 939 

Barclay, E., I Elm-villa, Elm-row, Hampstead, N.W. — 890 

Bardill, R. W., 55 Ormskirk-street, St. Helens, Lanes. — 975 

Barker, M. H. (Miss), 107 Marylebone-road, W. — 1027 

Barlow, J. N., St. Ives, Cornwall — 149, 769, 829 

Barratt, R., 69 Eaton-avenue, N.W. — 1049 

Barraud, F., 9 Melina-place, Grove-end-road, N.W. — 457 

Barrow, E. (Miss), 3 Westbourne-terrace, Combe Martin, N. Devon— 

897. 9i6, 954 
Barry, C. F., St. Leonards-hill, Windsor, Berks— 817 
Bartlett, W. H., 12 Aubrey-walk, Campden-hill, W. — 49, 471 
Bateman, H. J., Antrimville, Fladgate-road, Leytonstone — 1060 
Batemanand Bateman (Messrs.), 83 Edmund-street, Birmingham — 1571 
Bauerle, A. M. (Miss), 59 Craven-park, N.W. —1363 
Bauhof, F., So Redcliffe -square, South Kensington, W. — 198 
Baumer, L., 30 Abbey-gardens, N.W. — 1047, lo ^>3 
Baxter, F., 25 Victoria-road, Kensington, W. — 1774 
Baxter, F. F., I Pembroke-walk, Pembroke-square, W.- — 1680, 1800 
Bayes, G., 40 Boundary-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. —1674, 1699 
Beach, E. G., Wolverton, Alkham, near Dover — 573 
Beacon, C, The Studio, 7 Albert-place, Kensington, W. — 1 69 1 
Beadle, J. P., 17B Eldon-road, Kensington, W. — 776 
Beaumont, C. W., Outer Temple, 222 Strand, W.C. — 1555 
Beaumont, F., 6 William-street, Lowndes-square, S.W. — 133 1 
Bell, A. G., York-house, Portugal-street, Lincoln's-inn, W.C. — 553 
Bell, E. A. (Miss), 21 Aynhoe-mansions, Brook-green, W. — 1779 
Bell, H. J., Studio, Ramsay-lane, Edinburgh — 258 
Benger, B., Crowborough, Sussex — 910 

Benger, W. E., Ashdown-lodge, Crowborough, Sussex — 283 
Bennett, E. G. (Miss), 10 Stradella-road, Herne-hill, S.E.— 1259 
Bennett, F. E. (Miss), 115 Ebury-street, Eaton-square, S.W. — 1275 
Bennett, F. M., Alipore, Duppas-hill, Croydon — 274 
Bennett, W. B., 138 High-street, Bushey, Herts — 1003 
Bentley, C. E., Royal Insurance-buildings, 9 North John-street, 

Liverpool — 1 01 6 
Beresford, F. E., 2 Tudor-lodge Studios, 4 Albert-street, Regent's- 

park, N.W. — 191 
Berg, A. von (Miss), 17 Royal-parade, Blackheath, S.E. — 721 



122 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Bernan, C. A. (Miss), c/o II. C. Braham, Esq., Edgmount, Whyte- 
leafe, Surrey — 1 192, 1239 

Berry, L. (Miss), 84 Broadhurst-gardens, South Hampstead, N.W. — 
1265 

Berry, W. II. A., 23 Old Broad-street, E.C.— 1635 

Bertram, F. II., 57 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. — 877 

Birch, A. (Miss), 49 Roland-gardens, South Kensington, S.W. — 133 

Birch, L., La Pietra, Newlyn, Penzance — 54 

Birch, S. J. L., Lamorna, Penzance — 289 

Bird, C, "123 Adelaide-road, N.W. — 1408 

Bird, G. F., Manor-house, West Wickham, Kent — 109 

Birley, O., 48 Grove-end-road, N.W. — 526 

Bishop, H., 23 Soho-square, W. — 245 

Bishop, W. F., 3 Slater-street, Liverpool — 1040 

Black, A. J., 251 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. — 492 
Blarney, PL, The Orchard, Beer, Devon — 174 
Blanche, J. E., 19 Rue du-Docteur-Blanche, Paris — 317 
Blatherwick, L. (Mrs. A. S. Hartrick), 8 Wentworth Studios, Chelsea, 

S.W.— 14 
Blinks, T., 1 Hill-road, St. Tohn's-wood, N.W.— 783 
Blundstone, F. V., 6 Clifton-hill Studios, St. John's-wood, N.W.— 

1718 
Blunt, J. S., The Hollies, Thornton-road, Thornton-heath, Surrey— 93 
Blyth, *D. (Mrs.), 92 Marlborough-avenue, Hull— 1231, 1311 
Bodkin, F. E., 98 Fellows-road, South Plampstead, N.W.— 923 
Bohm, M., 5 A Clareville-grove, Old Brompton, South Kensington, 

S.W.— 361 
Bolingbroke, M. (Miss), 19 Girdler's-road, W. — 1406 
Bond, W. IL, 2 Prestonville-road, Brighton — 437 
Bothams, W., Bellevue, London-road, Salisbury — 1086 
Bottomley, A. E., Inglenook, South-park, Reigate, Surrey — 763 
Bourne, N. B. (Miss), 22 Stanley-crescent, Notting-hill, W. — 1262 
Bowen, O., Evenholm, East Keswick, Leeds — 490 
Bower, E. A. C. (Miss), 14 Upper Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W T . — 1723, 

1790 
Bowler, A. E. (Miss), 34 Gledstanes-road, West Kensington, W. — 884 
Bowman, A. G., Mayes-cottage, West Wickham, Kent — 842 
Braby, N., 9 Scarsdale Studios, Stratford-road, EarFs-court, S.W. — 

651 

Bradshaw and Gass (Messrs.), Silverwell-street, Bolton — 1 538 
Breanski, A. de, jun., Westcott, Dorking, Surrey — 649 



1907.] THE EXHIBITORS. 123 

Brennand, J. (Miss), 46 Quarrendon-street, Parson's-green, S.W. — 

755 
Bnckdale, E. F. (Miss), 11 Holland-park-road, Kensington, W. — 

621 
Bridgman, M. (Miss), 49 Winterbrook-road, Herne-hill, S.E. — 1298 
Bridgman, F. A., 146 Boulevard Malesherbes, Paris — 9 
Bridson, T. R., 23 Queen Anne's-gate, S.W. — 1641 
Brierley, W. H., 13 Lendal, York — 1465 
Briggs, E. E., 102 Fellowes-road, N.W. — 1010, 1037 
Briggs, R. A., 12 Norfolk-street, Strand, W.C. — 1596 
Broadhead, M. E. (Miss), 100 Clarence-road, Longsight, Manchester — 

1 H3 
Brock, E., Merrieweather, Mayfield, Sussex — 462, 543, 862 
Brock, H. M., Arundine-house, Madingley-road, Cambridge — 1330, 

1405 
Brock, W., The Studio, 30 Osnaburgh-street, N.W. — 454 
Brockbank, A. E., 21 Brooke-road, Blundellsands, Liverpool — 364 
Brom, J., Drift 15, Utrecht, Holland — 1703 
Brooke, J. W., 32 Basinghall-street, Leeds — 470 
Brooker, H., 14 Shorrolds-road, Fulham, S.W. — 672, 685 
Brooks, F., 13A Sumner-place, South Kensington, S.W. — 518 
Brooks, J., c/o. Messrs. J. Brooks and Sons, Suffolk-street, Birmingham 

—940" , 
Brougier, A., I Langham-chambers, W. — 113 
Brown, A. K., 152 Renfrew-street, Glasgow — 904 
Brown, C, Belvedere, Xewtown-road, Newbury — 1673 
BroWn, D. B., 26 Camden-mews, Camden-square, N.W. — 1738 
Brown, E. B. (Miss), 7 Montague-road, Richmond, Surrey — 1137 
Brown, F. E. (Miss), Shangton, Claygate, Surrey — 1201 
Brown, M., Clarendon-house, South Ealing, W. — 1782 
Brown, M. A. (Mrs.), W^hite-house, Haddiscoe, near Norwich — 584 
Brown, M. C, 98 South-hill-park, Hampstead, N.W. — 1034 
Brown, T. A., 5 Primrose-hill Studios, Fitzroy-road, N.W. — 337 
Bruce, K., 133 Cheyne-walk, S.W. — 1767 
Bruce- Joy, A., The Studio, Beaumont-road, West Kensington, W. — 

1832 
Brueton, F., Huntworth, Bridgwater, Somerset — 1303 
Brundrit, R. G., 23 Cathcart-road, South Kensington, S.W. — 100 
Bryan, H. D., 4 Unity-street, College-green, Bristol — 1485 
Buchanan, A. S., 132 Palmers-road, New Southgate, N. — 1106 
Buchanan, I. (Miss), 91 Elgin-crescent, Notting-hill, W. — 1288 



124 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Buckland, A. H., 86 Adelaide-road, N.W.— 57, 622 

Buckley, B. (Miss), 25 Douglas-mansions, Cromwell-road, S.W. — 1 2 18 

Bulleid, G. L., 57 Combe-park, Bath — 951, 976 

Bulman, H. IL, 51 Oakhill-road, Putney, S.W.— 1101, 1 115 

Bundy, E., 193 Adelaide-road, N.W.- — 135, 455 

Bunny, R. C. W., 24 Boulevard des-Invalides, Paris — 373 

Burgess, A. J. W., 6 St. John's-wood Studios, Queen's terrace, N.W. 

— 197 
Burgess, E. K. (Miss), 62 Loughborough-park, S.W. — 1386 
Burgess, J. M. (Miss), Shenfield, Brentwood, Essex — 13 14 
Burgess, W. W., 7 Paultons-terrace, Chelsea, S.W. — 1443 
Burleigh, C. H. H., 7 Wilbury-crescent, Hove — 5, 409 
Burlison, F. B. (Miss), 2 Primrose-hill Studios, X.W. — 1820 
Burton, A. P., 5 Trafalgar Studios, Manresa-road, Chelsea, S.W. — 

645, 687 
Butler, C. E., The Studio, 2 Perham-road, West Kensington, W. — 208 
Butler, F. E. (Miss), Haslemere, Regent's-park-road, Finchley, X. — 

1226, 1285 
Butler, H. E., The Orchard, Polperro, Cornwall — 119, 240 
Buxton, R. H., 41 Beaufort-mansions, Chelsea, S.W. — 294 



CROFTS, E., R.A., Burlington-house, Piccadilly, W.— 266 
CLAUSEN, G., A., 61 Carlton-hill, St. John's-wood, X.W.— 136, 

357, 626, 688, 724, 738 
COLTOX, W. R., A., Eaton Studio, Eaton-terrace, St. John's-wood, 

X.W.— 1663, 1671, 1754, 1836 
COPE, A. S., A., Little Campden-house, Gloucester-walk, Kensington, 

W.— 55, 69, 103, 161, 204, 559 
CROWE, E., A., 88 Hallam-street, Portland-place, W.— 481 
Calderon, W. F., 54 Baker-street, W.— 257, 484 
Cameron M. (Miss), Studio, 11 Melville-place, Edinburgh — 241 
Camm, W. H., 197 High-street, Smethwick — 1562 
Campbell, J. H., 55 Pilgrim-street, Xewcastle-on-Tyne — 981 
Canziani, L. S. (Mde.), 3 Palace-green, Kensington, W. — 477 
Carlaw, J., Seacliffe, Helensburgh, X.B. — 12 
Caroe, W. D., 3 Great College-street, Westminster, S.W. — 1543 
Carr, E. (Miss), Meaburne, 8 Warham-road, Croydon — 1219 
Carrick, E. (Miss), 65 Boulevard Arago, Paris — 360 



1907.] THE EXHIBITORS. 125 

Carter, F. T., 16 Regent-terrace, Gateshead — 104, 273 

Carter, F. W\, 12 Clarendon-road, Holland-park, W. — 132 

Carter, J. C, Bank-buildings, St. Mary-street, Cardiff— 1469, 1489 

Carter, W., 296 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. — 230, 604 

Case, N. (Miss), 4 Hanover-terrace, Ladbroke-square, W. — 1272 

Casella, E. (Miss), 1 Wetherby-road, South Kensington, S.W. — 1728 

Casella, X. (Miss), I Wetherby-road, South Kensington, S.W. — 1736, 

1821 
Cauty, H. H., Minsmere, Throwley-road, Sutton, Surrey — 821 
Cave, A. O., 29 John-street, W.C. — 1577 
Cazalet, A. T. (Miss), Xeva, Westgate-on-Sea, Thanet — 11 77 
Chadwick, E. A., Hampton-in-Arden, Birmingham — 1080 
Chamier, B. (Miss), 55 Warwick-road, Earl's-court, S.W. — 385 
Chappel, E., 24 Gunter-grove, Chelsea, S.W. — 807 
Charlton, J., 6 William-street, Knightsbridge, S.W. — 333, 376, 77 Z 
Chevalier, R. M., 76A Westbourne-grove, W. — 607 
Christie, R., 23 St. John's-wood-road, X.W. — 891 
Clague, D. R. (Miss), Redwood, Crescent-road, Crouch-end, X. — 87 
Clark, J., 11 Stanley-gardens, Cricklewood, N.W. — 600 
Clarke, H. H., 267 Welford-road, Leicester — 410 
Clarkson, G. H., Princess-street, Sunderland — 1700, 1706 
Clemens, B., 23 Fitzroy-square, W. — 1725 
Cobbe, E. L. (Miss), 20 St. George's-road, Eccleston-square, S.W. — 

1159 - 
Cock, E. C. L., 6 St. Leonards-road, Ealing, W. — 661 
Cockram, G., The Dunes, Rhosneigr, Anglesey — 908, 1022 
Cole, D. (Miss), King's-ride, Richmond, Surrey — 1244 
Cole, P. T., Constitutional- club, Xorthumberland-avenue, W.C. — 

772 
Cole, R. V., 9 Xew-road, Campden-hill, Kensington, W. — 446 
Collcutt, B. H., 36 Park-avenue, Willesden-green, X.W.— 1515 
Collcutt, T. E., 36, Bloomsbury-square, W.C— 1597 
Colcutt, T. E., and S. Hamp (Messrs.), 36 Bloomsbury-square, W.C. 

— 1581 
Colley, A., 1 Cheyne-row, S.W. — 300 
Collier, E. (Mrs.), Studio, 10 Station-approach, Kew-gardens — 1391, 

1422 
Collier, J. (Hon.), 69 Eton-avenue, X.W. — 445, 545, 590 
Collings, A. H., 32 Great Ormond-street, W.C. — 159, 163 
Collins, A. L., Woodside, Knockholt, near Sevenoaks, Kent — 99S 
Collins, C, Wick-house, Horsham-road, Dorking — 60, 696 



126 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Collinson and Cock (Messrs.), 81 Hallam-street, Portland-place, W. — 

1545 
Colls, K. (Miss), 26 Park-crescent, W. — 737 
Compton, E. T., Feldafing, Bavaria — 568 
Compton, H. E., 3 Albert Studios, Albert-bridge-road, Battersea, 

S.W.— 694, 739 
Connell, M. C. (Miss), 22 Stafford-place, Buckingham-gate, S.W.— 

1816 
Cook, A. M. (Mrs.), 21 Oxford-road, Kilburn, N.W.— 1208, 1267, 

1279 
Cooke, I., Kirkstone, Liscard-park, Cheshire — nil 
Cooke, J., 2 Trafalgar Studios, Manresa-road, S.W. — 563 
Cookesley, M. M. (Mrs.), 7 Cromwell-place, South Kensington, S.W. 

—669, 725 
Coop, H., Conway, North Wales — 164 
Cooper, A. H., Coniston, R.S.O., Lancashire — 989 
Cooper, B., The Birches, Vicarage-lane, Bowdon, Cheshire — 413, 1020 
Cooper, S., 51 Haverstock-hill, Hampstead, N.W. — 818 
Corbet, E. (Mrs. M. R.), 54 Circus-road, St. John's- wood, N.W.— 850 
Cornish, W. P., 16 Grand-parade, Finchley-road, N.W. — 994 
Coutts, H., Hammarbank, Windermere — 902, 1024 
Cowderoy, K. E. (Miss), The Retreat, Hillside-road, New Bushey, 

Herts — 1 29 1 
Cowper, F. C., 38 Barrow-hill-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 122, 280 
Cox, A. M. L. (Miss), Rose-hill, Dorking— 1088 
Craig, F., The Three Gables, Hindhead, Surrey — 358, 1 380 
Crane, L. F., and Blow, D. F. (Messrs.), 13 Holland-street, Kensington, 

W.— 1467 
Crawford, R. G., Studios, 108 Rouge Bouillon, Jersey — 13 
Crawford, S. F. (Miss), 58 Renfield-street, Glasgow — 542, 1403 
Crawford, T. H., 40 Great James-street, W.C. — 1446, 1454 
Crawshaw, L. T., Ashmount, Balby, Doncaster — 299 
Cresswell, H. O., 17 Buckingham-street, Adelphi, W.C. — 1480 
Crompton, J. S., 1 England's-lane, Haverstock-hill, N.W. — 1087 
Cross, A. W. S., 46 New Bond-street, W. — 1525 
Crossland, J. H., Broughton-in-Furness — 411 
Culpeper, N. B. (Mrs.), Ye Cottage, Rustall-avenue, Bedford-park, W. 

—1407 
dimming, M. G. (Mrs.), 6 Worple-avenue, Wimbledon, S.W. — 1196 
dimming, T. T., 108 High-street, Guildford — 1601 



1907.] THE EXHIBITORS. 127 



DAVIS, H. W. B., A\A., Glaslyn, Rhayader, Radnor— 21, 167, 188, 

517 
DICKSEE, F., R.A., 3 Greville-place, Maida-vale, X.W.— 17S, 279, 

614 
DRURY, A., A., 6 Gunter-grove, Fulham-road, S.W. — 1687, 1787, 

1791 
Dadd, P., 3 Colina-villas, Green-lanes, Hornsey, X. — 1069 
Daffarn, W. G., 14 Campden-hill-square, Kensington, W. — 493 
Dalgliesh, T. J., 9 Claremont-road, Folkestone — 1436 
Dalglish, E. (Miss), 16 West Cromwell-road, S.W. — 575, 754 
Dalton, M. (Miss), Eskhaven, East Heath-road, Hampstead, X.W. — 

1 186 
Darlington, F. (Miss), Chester-lodge, Ilkley-in-Wharfedale — 1 8 10 
Darmesteter, H. A. (Mde.), 46 Rue Xotre-Dame-des-Champs, Paris, 

and 22 Brondesbury-villas, X.W. — 813 
Darnell, D. (Miss), 25 Campden-house-road, Kensington, W. — 1214 
Darwin, E. M. (Mrs.), 32 Elm-park-road, S.W. — 1409 
Davidson, W. R., 8 Xew-square, Lincoln's-inn, W.C. — 1529 
Davies, A. M. (Miss), 51 Tregunter-road, South Kensington, S.W. — 

1300, 1318 
Davies, E., 131 Xarborough-road, Leicester — S8 
Davis, L., ,5 Langham-chambers, All Soul : s-place, Regent-street — 

907, 968 
Davis, S. G., 30 Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W. — 733 
Dawbarn, J. Y., 23 Courtenay-road, Waterloo, Liverpool — 613 
Dawber, E. G., 22 Buckingham-street, Adelphi, W.C. — 1578 
Dean, F., The Old-house, Baldock, Herts— 68, 420 
Deane, D. (Miss), Xewlands, Surbiton — -1317, 1321 
De Hoog, B., c/o Messrs. Wallis and Son, 120 Pall Mall, S.W. —44 
De Kossak, A., 51A Conduit-street, W. — 403 

Denis, E. (Miss), c/o Mrs. Hollway, Crumlin-house, Dublin — 677 
Desmond, C. H., 19 Meadow Studios, Bushey, Herts — 186, 272, 496 
Dibdin, M. (Miss), Purley Bury, Purley Downs-road, Purley — 499 
Dicksee, H., Oak-house, Kidderpore-avenue, Hampstead, X.W. — 

.1379 
Dillon, F., 13 Upper Phillimore-gardens, Kensington, W. — 582 
Dixon, A. (Miss), 16 Gilmour-road, Edinburgh — 638 
Dixon, A. A., Briar-cottage, Burton-hill, Petworth, Sussex — 218 



128 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Dixon, C, 90 Coleherne-court, Earl's-court, S.W. — 933 

I >ixon, H., 60 Claverton-street, S.W. — 66, 450 

Dixon, P., Trevena, Bournemouth — 909 

Dixon and Potter (Messrs.), 9 St. James's-square, Manchester — 1506 

Dobie, J., 18 Bowes-road, Palmers-green, N. — 1445 

Dodd, C. T., Grosvenor-lodge, Tunbridge Wells— 726 

Dollman, J. C, Hove-house, Newton-grove, Bedford-park, W. — 883 

Donne, W., 22 Holland-park-avenue, Kensington, W. — 181, 338 

Douglas, A., 5 Picardy-place, Edinburgh — 369, 901 

Douglas, S. J., 47 Bedford-square, W.C.— 892 

Douglas and Minshull (Messrs.), 6 Abbey-square, Chester — 1587 

Dowie, S. M. (Miss), II Avenue Studios, Fulham-road, S.W. — I 

Downie, P., Skelmorlie, Ayrshire — 26 

Downs, E., 57 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. — 608 

Draper, H. J., 15 Abbey-road, N.W. — 592 

Dressier, C, Cedar Studios, Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. — 1763 

Drew, H. J., 37 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. — 1309 

Drummond, F. (Miss), 18 Rawlinson-road, Oxford — 11 14 

Duassut, C, Alvescot, Belting, near Heme Bay — 1064, 1072 

Dudley, A., 24 Banner-street, E.C. — 1036, 1044 

Duff, J. R. K., Oakview, Hendon, X.W.— 29 

Dumas, A. D. (Miss), 2 Rue Gaillard, Paris— 1 141, 1 166, 1 185 

Dunbar, H. C. (Miss), 129 Venner-road, Sydenham, S.E. — 1203 

Dunn, A., The Wood-house, Branksome, Bournemouth — 1567 

Dunnett, O., South-lawn, Tunbridge Wells — 644 

Durst, A., 3 Raymond-buildings, Gray's-inn, W.C. — 1540 

Duthie, S., Hilton-house, Aberdeen — 434 

Dutton, J. F. H., 31 Victoria-road, Chester — 244 

Dyer, M. G. (Miss), Ringwood, Hants — 692, 744 

Dyke, M. H. (Mrs.), Dacre-lodge, New Barnet, Herts— 1249 



EAST, A., A., 2 Spenser-street, Victoria-street, S.W.— 199, 275, 560, 

882, 965, 971 
Earl, M. (Miss), 13 Bloomfield-place, S.W. — 325 
Eastman, F. S., Tedworth Studio, Smith-terrace, Chelsea, S.W. — 

412, 546, 550 
Eastman, M. (Mrs. F. S.), Tedworth Studio, Smith-terrace, Chelsea, 

S.W. — 1 144, 1 145, 1 146 



1907.] THE EXHIBITORS. 129 

Eastwood, J. H., 42 Cheniston-gardens, W. — 1591 
Eaton, M. (Miss), 5 Adelaide-road, Hampstead, N.W. — 1 1 76 
Eden, D., 76 Adelaide-road, South Hampstead, N.W. — 143 
Edmunds, N. M. H. (Miss), 79 Casewick-road, West Norwood, S.E. 

— 1151 
Edwards, M. E. (Mrs. Staples), 66 Abbey-road, St. John's-wood, 

N.W. —823 
Elias, E. (Mrs. A.), Hill-cottage, Chorley-woods, Herts — 504, 1322 
Eliot, C, 128 Mount-street, Grosvenor-square, W. — 1471, 1637 
Ellis, A., 33 Lansdowne-crescent, Notting-hill, W. — 896 
Ellis, E. C. (Mrs.), 8 Ladbroke-terrace, Kensington, W. — 1127, 

1 1 70 
Elphinstone, A. H., 43 Blenheim-crescent, Notting-hill, W. — 184 
Elsley, A. J., 26 Queen's-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 832 
Elsworth, A., Ivy-house, Meanwood, Leeds — 633 
Emanuel, F. L., Studio, 60 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. — 861 
Emerson, R. J., Allfields, Rothley, near Loughborough — 17 13 
Emslie, R. M. (Mrs. A. E.), 2 Woronzow Studios, Woronzow-road, 

N.W. — 1 162, 1 167 
Enderby, S. G., 31 St. James's-square, Holland-park, W. — 522 
Enfield, H., 6 Park-valley, Nottingham — 99, 278 
Eva, C. A., 3 Cleveland-avenue, Chiswick, W. — 751 
Evans, W. M., The Manor-house, Southwold — 415 
Everitt, W., 55 Baker-street, W. — 1154, 1155 
Ewan, F. (Miss), 11 Elm-grove, Cricklewood, N.W. — 598 
Ev/en, A. J. C., 28 Holmewood-road, Streatham-hill, S.W. — 1514 
Exley, J. R. G., 44 Paulton's-square, Chelsea, S.W. — 1343, 1435 



FILDES, Sir L., R.A., II Melbury-road, Kensington, W.— 4, 17, 

183, 301 
FRAMPTON, G. J., R.A., 32 Queen's-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 

—1689, 1694, 1727, 1735, 1785, 1813 
FARQUHARSON, D., A., Sennen-cove, Cornwall— 231, 548 
FARQUHARSON, J., A., Migvie-lodge, Porchester-gardens, W.— 

102, no, 200, 894 
FORBES, S. A., A., Higher Faugan, Newlyn, Penzance— 85, 194, 

311, 365, 816 
Fagan, W., 66 Glebe-place, S.W. —1833 

F 



130 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Farhall, H. M. (Miss), Dunnabie, 41 Ilerne-hill, S.E.— 1228 
Fehr, H. C, 6 The Avenue Studios, 76 Fulham-road, S.W.— 1809 
Field, M. F. (Mrs.), 1 Croswell-cottages, Smart's-heath, Woking — 494 
Field, H., and Simmons (Messrs.), 1 Langham-chambers, Langham- 

place, W.— 1583, 1592, 1613 
Finch, R. (Mde.), 18 Bath-road, Bedford-park, W.— 1197 
Finnemore, L, Elmstone, Northwood, Middlesex — 141 8 
Fischer, E. PL, The Studio, 13 Pembridge-crescent, W. — 834 
Fisher, G. P., Tooronga, Alexandra-road, Parkstone, Dorset— 752 
Fisher, PL, Butt's-lodge, Brentford— 314, 372, 860 
Fisher, L. M. (Miss), 272 Wightman-road, Hornsey, N. — 1398 
Fisher, M., Hatfield-heath, Harlow, Essex — 63, 115 
Fisher, S. M., 12 Orme-square, W. — 476 
Fisher, V., Overponds, Shackleford, Godalming — 368 
Fitton, H., Stile-house, Haslemere, Surrey — 1350 
Fletcher, A. G. (Mrs. E. J. Houle), Rossinieres, Hollycroft-avenue, 

Hampstead, N.W. — 1179 
Fletcher, H., 22 Causton-road, Highgate, N. — 1357 
Fletcher, H. M. (Miss), Marlingford Hall, near Norwich — 11 72 
Fletcher, B., and Son (Messrs.), 29 New Bridge-street, Ludgate-circus, 

E.C.— 1564 J(|fc„, 

Fleuss, O., 14 Hand-court, High Holborn, W.C.— 1528 
Flint, W. R., 62 Eyot-gardens, St. Peter's-square, Hammersmith, W. 

— 1119 
Forbes, P. L., Grove-house, 16 Rosslyn-hill, Hampstead, N.W.— 1070 
Forbes, R. H. (Miss), 9 Campden-mansions, The Mall, Kensington, 

W. — 1221 
Forbes and Tate (Messrs.), 38 Great James-street, Bedford-row, W.C.— 

Ford, W. O., 55 Clifton-hill, N.W.— 5S0 

Formilli, C. (Chevalier), 6 Wentworth Studios, Manresa-road, Chelsea, 

S.W.— 918 
Forsyth, L D., 51 Broadhurst-gardens, X.W.— 1532 
Forsyth, W. A., and Maule, H. P. G. (Messrs.), 16 Great Marlborough- 

street, W. — 161 1 
Fortescue, W. B., Trelyon-cottage, St. Ives, Cornwall — 527 
Fox, C. T., The Den, Norton, Herts— 216, SS5 
Fox, E.'P., c/o A. L. Vernon, Esq., 10 Abbey-road, N.W. —351, 

5I4> 541 
Fox, H. C, Oakleigh, Fassett-road, Kingston-on-Thames— 970 
Fox, S., 55 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W.— 699 



1907.] THE EXHIBITORS. 131 

Francis, G. C, Studio, 13 Robert-street, Hampstead-road, N.W. — 702 

Fraser, J., Studios, 21 Camden-road, N.W. — 175 

Frere, A. H. (Miss), 45 Unthank-road, Norwich — 723 

Frere, E. C, 29B Lincoln's-inn-fields, W.C. — 1579, 1580 

Freyburg, F. P., Piazza Studios, St. Ives, Cornwall — 570 

Friedenson, A., Runswick, Hinderwell, Yorks — 28, 352 

Frith, W. S., Elgin Studio, Trafalgar-square, Chelsea, S.W. — 1842 

Furniss, M. (Miss), West-hill, Epsom — 31 

Furse, J. II. M., Xettenhampton-house, Salisbury — 1690, 1770 



GILBERT, A., M.V.O., R.A., Bruges, Belgium— 1732 
GOW, A. C., R.A., 30 Grove-end-road, N.W. — 219, 675, 1094 
GRAHAM, P., R.A., 93 Ladbroke-road, Xotting-hill, W.— 226, 302 
GREGORY, E. J., R.A., 8 Greville-place, Maida-vale, X.W.— 212 
Gai'ffe, A. P. (Mrs.), 16 Avenue de la Grande Armee, Paris — 1150, 

1158 
Galer, E. C. H. (Miss), no Croxted-road, Dulwich, S.E. — 1320 
Gamlen, M. F. (Miss), Xew-place, Welwyn, Herts — 1126 
Garbe, R., Studio, 4 Xorth-villas, Camden-square, N.W. — 167G 
Gardner, S. V., Woburn-cottage, St. Albans — 277 
Garside, O., I White Hart-lane, Barnes, S.W. — 903, 1014 
Garstin, X., 4 Wellington-terrace, Penzance — 334 
Garvie, T. B., Rothbury, Xorthumberland — 214 
Gaskell, P., 35 Acacia-road, St. John's-wood, N'.W. — 389, 920 
Gatter, F., Stamford-bridge Studios, Fulham-road, S.W. — 1769 
Gelder, W. B., Huntock-house, Brighouse, Yorks — 323 
Gell, A. F. (Mrs.), 9 Museum-mansions, Great Russell-street, W.C. — 

1773 
George, H., Down End, Hindhead — 853 
George and Yeates (Messrs.), 18 Maddox-street, W. — 1462 
Gervex, H., 12 Rue Roussel, Paris — 579 
Gibbs, E., n Montpelier-road, Kentish-town, X.W. — 1624 
Gibbs, H., The Hollies, Handcross, Crawley, Sussex — 612, 747 
Gibbs, P. W., 59 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. — 329 
Gibbs, W. J., 2 Cherson-terrace, Wood-green, X. — 718 
Gibson, B. (Miss), Chez Mme. Bouval, 27 Avenue-du-Maine, Paris 

—1289 

841 
F 2 



132 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Gilbert, A., 182 Brompton-road, S.W. — 1071 

Gilchrist, H. H., Hollingbourne, Kent — 480, 606, 787 

Gill, L. M., 16 Old-buildings, Lincoln's-inn, W.C. — 1563 

Ginnett, L., 1 1 Elm-tree-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 567 

Gladstone, G. E. (Mrs.), Passmore Edwards Settlement, W.C. — 42 

Glehn, W. G. von, 73 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. — 345, 547 

Godman, J. H. (Mrs.), 44 Hosack-road, Upper Tooting, S.W. — 1280 

Goetze, L., 86 Carlton-hill, N.W.— 1358 

Goetze, S., Studio, 6a Abercorn-place, N.W. —779, 893 

Goldthwait, H., 5 Queen's-road, South Norwood, S.E. — 646 

Goodchild, F. A. (Miss), Elmwood-lodge, Long-lane, Finchley, N. 

— 1 194 
Goodwin, A., Ellerslie, Bexhill, Sussex — 90, 144, 715 
Goodwin, E. M. (Miss), Ellerslie-lane, Eexhill — n 56, 1168 
Goodwin, H. M. (Miss), 243 Boulevard Raspail, Paris — 1131 
Gorham, E. (Miss), Merrymount, Bushey, Herts — 11 78 
Gotch, T. C, 28 Finchley-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 520 
Gotto, B., 41 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. — 1748, 1835 
Gottschalk, B. (Miss), 3 Clifton-hill Studios, Clifton-hill, N.W. — 

1238 
Gough, A. J., Mill-lane-cottage, West Hampstead, N.W. — 1362. 1424. 

1416 
Gould, A. C, 3 Endsleigh-street, W.C— 203 

Goulden, R. R., 54 Lamont-road, Chelsea, S.W. — 1760, 1768, 1826 
Gow, M. (Miss), 36 Grove-end-road, N.W. — 967, ion 
Grant, A. (Miss), Studios, 151 Gloucester-road, S.W. — 786 
Grant, S. W., 63 Finsbury-pavement, E.C. — 1468 
Gray, M. E. (Miss), 46 Elgin-crescent, Notting-hill, W. — 599 
Green, D., 30 Fairfax-road, South Hampstead, N.W. — 950 
Greenaway, F. H., and Newberry, J. E. (Messrs.), 21 Queen Anne's- 

gate, S.W.— 1558, 1643 
Greenwood, M. L. (Miss), I Friar's-terrace, York — 1247 
Gribble, B. F., 3 St. John's-wood Studios, Queen's-terrace, N.W. — 

20, 53 
Grier, L., The Foc'sle, St. Ives, Cornwall — 190 
Grimshaw, W. M., 109 Cromwell-road, S.W. — 426 
Groll, J. F., 17 West-gardens, Tooting, S.W. — 1495 
Groome, W. H. C, 78 Coldershaw-road, Ealing, W. — 1001 
Groome, A. R., and Bettington, E. J. (Messrs.), Palace-chambers, 

Hereford — 1622 
Groves, R. E., 36 Hatfield-road, St. Albans — 1031 



1907.] THE EXHIBITORS. 133 

Grubbe, L., Southwold, Suffolk — 805 

Gulland, E. (Miss), 5 High-street, Bushey, Herts — 1215, 1241 
Gunston, A. J., 20 Stile-hall-gardens, Chiswick, W. — 1075 
Gwennet, W. G., 196 The Grove, Hammersmith, W. — 1084 

H 

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

51, 86, 169, 483, 761, 936 
HACKER, A., A., 178 Cromwell-road, S.W.— 340, 347, 387, 414, 

888 
HEMY, C. N.j A., Churchfield, Falmouth — 106, 236, 328, 332, 960, 

1039 
HENRY, G., A., 26 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. — 366, 530, 777, 793 
Haddon, T., 8 Penywern-road, Earl's-court, S.W. — 564 
Hadenfeldt, G. (Miss), I Dollis-hill-lane, Neasden, N.W.— 1381 
Hagarty, M. S. (Miss), 26 Christchurch-road, Streatham-hill, S.W. — 

996 
Hagarty, P., 16 The Parade, Cardiff— 1002 
Hague, A., Deganwy, Llandudno — 839 
Haines, R. T., 12 Beaumont-street, Oxford — 1 102, 1 1 10 
Haite, G. C, 38 The Avenue, Bedford-park, W.— 647 
Hale, E. M., Shackleford, Godalming — 134 

Haley, M. (Miss), 172 Lloyd-street, Moss-side, Manchester — 1212 
Halfnight, R., 22 Blackett-street, Newcastle-on-Tyne — 310 
Halford, C. (Miss), 2 Lansdowne-house, Lansdowne-road, Holland-park, 

W.-474 
Halhed, H. (Miss), 239 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. —635 
Hall, F., 7 St. Paul's Studios, West Kensington, S.W. —146, 229 
Hall, E. T., and Brooke, J. (Messrs), 54 Bedford-square, W.C. — 1554 
Halnon, F. J., 30 Undercfiff-road, Lewisham, S.E. — 1795 
Hamilton, I., 4 Scarsdale Studios, Kensington, W. — 1 182 
Hamilton, V. M., 4 Sheffield-terrace, Kensington, W. — 482 
Hammick, J., 34 Mount Ephraim, Tunbridge Wells — 1429, 1450 
Hammond, A. H., c/o Mr. J. B. Smith, 117 Hampstead-road, N.W. 

-363 
Hammond, G. D. (Miss), 2 St. Paul's Studios, West Kensington, Vv . 

—913, 1402 
Hammond, R. G., 16 Essex-street, Strand, W.C. — 1519 
Hammond, T. W., 214 Derby-road, Nottingham — 915 
Hampton, H., 16 Maida-vale, W. — 1684, 1726 



134 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Hands, L. (Miss), 57 Portsdown-road, Maida-vale, W. — 1097 
Hankey, M. L. (Mrs. W. L.), Studio C, 404 Fulham-road, S.W.— 

1 147, 1 148, 1 149 
Hankey, W. L., Studio C, 404 Fulham-road, S.W. — 603 
Harcourt, G., Hospitalfield, Arbroath — 519 
Harding, M., IB Greville-place, N.W. — 1708 
Hardwick, J. J., The Hollies, Thames Ditton — 1093, 1124 
Hardy, D., Queen's-hotel, Leicester-square, W.C. — 995 
Hardy, H., 6 Finchley -place, St. John's-wood, N.W. — III 
Hardy, N. (Miss), Bank-house, I Marylebone-road, W. — 1307 
Hare, H. T., 13 Hart-street, Bloomsbury, W.C. — 1521, 1658 
Hare, St. G., 10 Netherton-grove, Fulham-road, S.W. — 711 
Harke, E. (Miss), 113 Church-road, Upper Norwood, S.E. — 154 
Harley, H. E., 8 Monmouth-road, Bayswater, W. — 680, 717 
Harris-Brown, H., 15 The Avenue, Fulham-road, S.W. — 509, 764 
Harris, C. C, 3 Cavendish-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 1076 
Harris, M. (Miss), Goddington, Corona-road, Burnt-ash-hill, Lee, S.E. 

—980, 988 
Harrison, G. E., St. Aubyns, Lingfield-road, East Grinstead — 1237 
Harrison, O. O., 22 Baker-street, W. — 1634 
Harrison, T. E., 1 1 Greville-place, Maida-vale, N.W. — 565 
Hartley, A., 4 Bellair-terrace, St. Ives, Cornwall — 864, 1373 
Hartley, N. (Mrs.), 4 Bellair-terrace, St. Ives, Cornwall — 741 
Hartwell, C. L., 26 Marney-road, Clapham-common, S.W. — 1772, 

1822, 1823 
Harvey, H., 5 Trewartha-terrace, Penzance, Cornwall — 740 
Haseltine, H., c/o C. Roberson & Co., 154 Piccadilly, W. — 1757, 1803 
Hatchard, O. B., Khartoum, Sudan — 1479 
Haughton, B., Marchwood-cottage, Ottery St. Mary — 657, 729 
Havers, V., 26 King Edward's-gardens, Acton-hill, W. — 56 
Haviland, F., 5 Addison Studios, Kensington, W. — 1 252 
Hay, P. A., 24 Yeoman's-road, Brompton-road, S.W. — 962, 969 
Hayes, C, 8 Quarry-street, Guildford, Surrey — 292 
Hayes, C. (Miss), 19 Heaton-road, Mitcham, Surrey — 700 
Hayes, E. D. (Miss), 4 Yeoman's-row, Brompton-road, S.W. — 631 
Hayes, G. (Mrs. A. K. Morgan), 29 The Grove, Crofton-park, S.E. 

—1335 
II ay ward, A., Carlyle Studios, Carlyle-square, Chelsea, S.W. — 67 
Hayward, A. F. W., c/o H. W. Taylor and Co., 61 Queen's-road, 

Bayswater, W. — 625 
Heath, D., Pembroke-lodge, Winchmore-hill, N. — S08, 1195 



1907.] THE EXHIBITORS. 135 



Heath, F., Trewarveneth, Paul, Penzance — 313 

Heath, L., 40 Xorland-square, Holland-park, W. — 1 139, 1140 

Hedley, R., 11 New Bridge-street, Newcastle-on-Tyne — 838 

Hellier, G. S. (Mrs.), Thornedene, Holmesdale-road, Bromley, Kent 

—1323 
Helsby, A., 9 Rue Campagne Premiere, Paris — 746 
Henderson, K., 18 Kensington-gardens-square, W. — 440 
Henry, J., 10 Warwick-place, Maida-hill, W. — 355, 421, 537 
Herbert, G. (Miss), 141 Church-street, Chelsea, S.W. — 1711 
Herkomer, H. G., 6 William-street, Lowndes-square, S.W. — 41 
Hertford, S. I., 35 Xightingale-road, Harlesden, X.W. — 1082 
Hewitt, D., Elmbank, Rainford-road, St. Helens — 139, 396 
Hewitt, H. G., Old-manor, St. Owen-street, Hereford — 1033 
Heydemann, W., 123 Brondesbury-villas, X.W. — 1180 
Heynemann, J. H. (Miss), 28 Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W. — 101 
Higgins, E. (Miss), Merry-mount, Bushey, Herts — 849 
Higgins, R. E., Marlborough Studios, I2A Finchley-road, X.W. — 531 
Hildesley, P. T., 66 Hillier-road, Wandsworth-common, S.W. — 1604, 

1607 
Hill, A. (Miss), 8 Dean's-yard, S.W.— 1095 
Hindley, H. (Miss), 1 Bath-road, Bedford-park, W. — 443 
Hirst, X., The Meadows, Langport, Somerset — 1361, 145 1 
Hitch, F. B., 2 Justice Studios, Justice-walk, Chelsea, S.W. — 1743, 

1759 
Hoare, D. (Miss), Bigdale, Bicester, Oxon — 624 
Hockey, S. F. (Miss), 6ia Tooting Bee-road, S.W. — 1301, 1315 
Flockin, O. (Miss), Burghfield-common, Berks — 926 
Hodge, A. H., 50 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. — 1685, 1686, 1729 
Hogg, E. B. (Mrs.), 3 Victoria-mount, Revidge, Blackburn — 1183, 1205 
Hoggatt, W., Glendown-house, Port St. Mary, Isle-of-Man — 919 
Holden, E. B. (Miss), Kineton-road, Olton, near Birmingham— 391 
Holliday, J. (Miss), Thurlby, Harrow — 1390 
Hollingsworth, R. (Miss), 2 Belsize-grove, X.W.— 855 
Holyoake, R., 54 Blomfield-road, Maida-vale, W. — 305 
Hood, G. P. J., 26 Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W.— 46, 62 
Horn, M. F. (Miss), 9 Talland-road, St. Ives, Cornwall— 11S 
Hornel, E. A., Broughton-house, Kircudbright, X.B. — 836 
Horseman, W. G., 27A Sackville-street, Piccadilly, W. — 1621 
Horsfall, J., Todmorden — 1615 
Horsford, O. (Miss), 10 Hilgrove-road, South Ilampstead, X.W. — 

1261, 1313 



136 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Horsley, G. C, 2 Gray's-inn-square, W.C. — 1476, 1617 
Horsley, W. C., I High-row, Kensington, W. — 698 
Horwitz, E., 45 Roland-gardens, South Kensington, S.W. — 1138 
Horwitz, H. (Miss), 13 Grazebrook-road, Clissold-park, N. — 1 164 
Howell, A. M. (Miss), The Cottage, Edensor-road, Eastbourne — 1220 
Hubbard and Moore (Messrs.), 112 Fenchurch-street, E.C. — 1636 
Hudson, C. W. S., Museum Studio, Cole-park, Twickenham — 1765 
Hughes, M. K. (Miss), The White Studio, 22A Pembridge-villas, W. 

— 1336, 1371 
Huhn, M. (Miss), 35 Ovington-street, Chelsea, S.W. — 1253 
Humphris, W. H., 48 Priory-road, Abbey-road, N.W. — 1042 
Hunt, E. A., c/o H. Coop, Conway, North Wales — 282 
Hunt, G. L., II Aubrey-road, Campden-hill, W. — 856 
Hunter, J. Y., Gifford's-hall, Wickhambrook, Suffolk — 233, 1015 
Hunter, M. E. (Miss), Wath Rectory, Melmerby, Yorks— 732 
Hurst, H., 24 South Audley-street, Grosvenor-square, W. — 276, 485 
Hutchinson, C. B., 20 Queen-street, Deal, Kent — 1595 
Hutchinson, G. K. (Miss), 105 Belgrave-road, S.W. — 1 160, 1 161 
Hutchison, G., 14 Craighall-terrace, Musselburgh, N.B. — 627 
Hyett, J. E., 16 Clarence-square, Cheltenham — 1741 



I 

Illingworth, A. S. (Miss), 132 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. — 1337, 

1410 
Ingle, L. (Miss), 25 Kensington-gate, W. — 1188, 1273 
Ingram, W. A., Tregurrian, Falmouth — 58, 388 
Inskip, J. H., 19 The Esplanade, Scarborough — 581, 689 



J 
JACKSON, T. G., R.A., 14 Buckingham-street, Strand, W.C.—1461, 

I55i, 1553, 1556, 1557 
JOHN, W. G., A., 24 Greville-road, St. John's-wood, N.W.— 1692, 

1733, 1734, i75o, 1798, 181 5 
Tack, R., 2 Earl's-court-square, S.W. — 356, 516 
Jackson, F. E., 62 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W.— 528 
Jackson, F. H., The Fair-haven, Melrose-road, Wandsworth, S.W. 

—684 
Jackson, F. W., Ivy-cottage, Hinderwell, R.S.O., Yorkshire — 552, 899 



1907.] THE EXHIBITORS. 137 

Jackson, G. G., II Campden-house-mews, Campden-house-road, W. 

—840 
Jacob, O., 35 Cleveland-road, South Woodford, Essex — 1046 
Jahn, F., 51 Meadow-bank-avenue, Nether Edge, Sheffield — 1739, 1752 
James, L. G. (Hon. Mrs. W.), 1 Courtfield-road, S.W.— 617 
James, W. (Hon.), 1 Courtfield-road, S.W. — 442, 799 
Jameson, M., 88 St. George 's-square, S.W. — 478, 533, 601 
jarvis, H. C, 37 Hazelbank-road, Catford, S.E. — 1054 
Jay, C. (Miss), c/o W. J. Payne, Esq., 22 Budge-row, E.C. — 117 
Jay, F. (Miss), 2 Geneva-terrace, Peterborough — 615 
Jenkins, B. (Miss), 117 Abbey-road, St. John's- wood, N.W. — 800 
Jenkins, F. L., 23 Pembroke-road, W. — 1746 

Jennings, L., Studio, 1 Elm-park-road, Chelsea, S.W. — 1771, 1801 
Jewitt, C. W., 3 Brecknock Studios, N. — 1707 
Jewitt, W. H., 4 Torriano-cottages, Camden-road, N.W. — 1548 
Johnson, B. J. (Miss), The Homestead, Hornsey-lane, N. — 1135 
Johnson, C. E., 33 Sheen-road, Richmond, Surrey — 858 
Johnson, M. (Miss), 6 Greville-road, N.W. — 1290 
Johnson, S. (Mrs.), 59 Adelaide-road, Brockley, S.E. — 952 
Johnson, T., 7 Balmoral-road, Willesden-green, N.W. — 1566, 1656 
Johnston, J. N., 21 Princes-street, Yeovil — 1497 
Jolley, G., 72 Wells-street, Oxford-street, W. — 80 
Jones, E. T., 11 Morphet-grove, Claypit-lane, Leeds — 382 
Jones, M. B. (Mrs. Puleston), 93 Palewell-park, East Sheen — 1251 
Jones, M. R., Huntock-house, Brighouse, Yorks — 249 
Jones, R., 40 Spring-street, Hyde-park, W. — 1021 
Jones, S. R., 33 Newhall-street, Birmingham — 1432 
Jones, T. J., Wedgwood Institute, Burslem, Staffs. — 935 
Jopling, L. (Mrs.), 7 Pembroke-gardens, Kensington, W.— 6 
Joseph, A. E. H. (Miss), Zennor, near St. Ives, Cornwall — 393 
Joseph, D., 73 Basinghall-street, E.C. — 1507 
Jowett, P. H., 21 Clarendon-gardens, Maida-vale, W. — 456 
Joy, G. W.j The Red-lodge, 51 Palace-court, Paddington, W.~ 77 



K 

Kay, E., 9 Richmond-road, Cambridge — 618 
Keighly, M. (Miss), 7 Skardon-place, Plymouth — Il8l 
Keith, W., 6 Denmark-street, W.C.— 1484 
Keller, J., 534 Sauchiehall-street, Glasgow— 1 675 



13S. AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Kemp-Welch, E. (Miss), Kingsley, Bushey, Herts — 459. 
Kemp- Welch, L. (Miss), Kingsley, Bushey, Herts — 336, 371 
Kemplen, A. R., Hotel Vallier, Levallais, Perrel, Paris — 408 
Kendall, E. M. L. (Miss), 130 Lennard-road, Beckenham — 459, 1224, 

1276 
Kendrick, S. P., Fulthorpe Studios, 3c Warwick-avenue, Maida-hill, 

W.-895 
Kennington, T. B., 8 Netherton-grove, Fulham-road, S.W. — 775, 875 
Kerridge, H. K., Artist-club, Liverpool — 958 
Kershaw, M. E. (Miss), 7 Westcliffe-road, Birkdale, near Southport — 

.1438 
Kilburne, G., Winburne, Ashurst, Kent — 428 

Kilburne, G. G., 39 Steele's-road, Haverstock-hill, N.W. — 463, 1123 
Kimball, K. (Miss), c/o B. Shipley and Co., 123 Pall-mall, S.W. — 1370 
Kindon, M. E. (Miss), St. George, Chalk-hill, Watford, Herts — 879 
King, E , Southcote, Balmoral-road, Parkstone, Dorset — 15, 83, 497 
King, Y., 103 Finchley-road, N.W. — 400, 4S6 
Kite, J. M., 17 Rue Campagne Premiere, Paris — 267, 778 
Kitsell, T. R., 17 George-street, Plymouth — 1505, 1623 
Klang, M., 299 Goswell-road, E.C. — 41.9 
Knight, A. B., c/o Messrs. Staples, 208 West-end-lane, West Hamp- 

stead, N.W. —367 
Knight, C, Stanton-on-the-Wolds, Nottinghamshire — 125 
Knight, H. Staithes, R.S.O., Yorks— 867, 1025 
Knight, J., Bryn Glas, near Conway, North Wales — 1375, 1448 
Knight, J. B., 57 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. — 19, 40, 525 
Knight, I. (Mrs. H.), Staithes, R.S.O., Yorkshire— 33, 1038 
Knowles, G. S., 5 Park-hill Studios, Park-hill-road, N.W. — 900, 921 
Koe, L., 3 Pembroke Studios, Pembroke-gardens, W. — 192, 217, 395 
Kortrighl, G., St. Ives, Cornwall — 293, 566 



LEADER, B. W., R.A., Burrows-cross, Gomshall, Guildford— 52, 

157, 182, 652 
LESLIE, G. D., R.A., Compton-house, Lindfield, Haywards-heath — 

142, 177 
LUCAS, J. Seymour, R.A., New-place, Y\ oodchurch-road, West 

Hampstead, N.W.— 123, 1339, 1374, 1395, 1397, 1401 
LA THANGUE, H. H., A. t Grafi'ham, Petworth— 156, 168,378,432 



1907.] THE EXHIBITORS. 139 

Laidman, I. F. (Miss), Branksome, Milford, Surrey — 1142 

Lake, M. H. (Miss), Alaska, Sutton, Surrey — 1305 

Lambert, E. J., 4 Wildwood-terrace, Hampstead, N.W. — 16 10 

Lambert, G. W., 2 Rossetti Studios, Chelsea, S.W. — 171 

Lanchester and Rickards (Messrs.), 47 Bedford-square, W.C. — 1522 

Langley, W., Westbourne, Alexandra-road, Penzance — 290 

Lanteri, E., Royal College of Art, South Kensington, S.W. — r 7 1 7, 

1745, 1S08 
La Primaudaye, I. (Miss), 4 Onslow-houses, S.W. — 679 
Latham, A. G., Victoria-buildings, 5.4. Temple-row, Birmingham — 1655 
Lawless, F. P. (Mrs.), 32 Parliament-hill, N.W.— 1193 
Lawrence, M., I St. Leonards Studios, Chelsea, S.W. — 1677 
Lawrenson, E. L., Rowsley, Holland-park-road, W. — 1346, 1359 
Leader, B. E., Burrows-cross, Gomshall, Guildford — 48, 13S 
Ledger, M. M. (Miss), 20 Park-hill-road, Hampstead, N.W. — 1171, 

1229 
Lee, J. T., 26 Great James-street, W.C— 1482 
Leese, G. (Miss), 9 Moss-hall-crescent, North Finchley, N. — 114 
Leeson, O. (Miss), Collingham-house, Cromwell-road, S.W. — 1284 
Legge, A., The Old-lodge, High-road, South Woodford, Essex— 

1041, 1117 
Leighton, E. B., 14 Priory-road, Bedford-park, W. — 207 
Lemon, A., 119 Beaufort-mansions, Chelsea, S.W. — 466 
Lenfestey, G. H., 18 Kensington-court-place, Kensington-court, W. — 

106 1 
Le Rossignol, C. E. (Miss), 14 Vicarage-gate, Kensington, W.— 402 
Leslie, A. J., 8 Weymouth-avenue, Ealing, W. — 1710, 1804 
Leslie, P., Compton-house, Lindfield, Sussex — 1059, 1066, 1235 
Lever, H., Carrack Dhu, St. Ives, Cornwall — 375 
Leveson, M. E. (Miss), c/o C. Chenil and Co., 183A King's-road, 

Chelsea, S.W.— 461 
Levick, R. (Mrs. G. Bailey), Leighton-lodge Studio, Edwnrdes-square, 

Kensington, W. — 1755 
Lewin, S., 11 Bath-road, Bedford-park, W. — 697 
Ley, B. (Miss), 21 Sheen-road, Richmond, Surrey — 254 
Ley, M. (Miss), 7 Oakhill-road, Surbiton — 1200 
Liddell, T. H., 5 Warwick Studios, Kensington, W. — 222 
Lilley, A. E. V., Municipal School of Arts, Wolverhampton — 1083 
Lindhe, I., 65 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. —972 
Lindley, M. (Miss), 134 Blackheath-hill, Greenwich, S.E. — 1190 
Lindner, M., 57 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. — 195 



140 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Lindsay, G. (Miss), Barhy-road, Rugby — 1393 

Lindsey, S. A., Limnersland, Southborne, Hants — 1 173 

Lingwood, E. T., Westleton, Saxmundham — 202 

Lingwood, M. (Mrs.), 9 Rusthall-avenue, Bedford-park, W. — 1282 

Linton, J. D. (Sir), 26 New Cavendish-street, W. — 664 

Linton, V. (Miss), 31 Coleherne-road, Redcliffe-square, W. — 1099 

Lion, F. (Miss), 1 Woronzow Studios, 25 Woronzow-road, St. John's- 

wood, N.W. — 791 
Lisle, J. W., 26 Highview-road, West Ealing, W. — 1504 
Little, N., 12 The Boltons Studios, South Kensington, S.W.— 1048 
Llewellyn, W., 46 Bedford-gardens, Campden-hill, W.— 868, 887 
Lloyd, T., Yew Tree-house, Yapton, Sussex — 944, 1030 
Lodge, C. O., 9 Gatestone-road, Upper Norwood, S.E. — 1453 
Logsdail, W., 5 St. Paul's Studios, Talgarth-road, W. — 105, 524, 605 
Lomax, J. A., 17 Marlborough-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 623, 

662, 753 

Longhurst, J., 10 Onslow Studios, 183 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. — 

663, 671 

Longstaff, J., ia Carlton-hill, N.W.— 489 

Lorimer, J. H., 4 Drummond-place, Edinburgh — 308, 843 

Loudan, M., 48 Circus-road, N.W. — 561, 588 

Lovegrove, M. A. (Miss), 18 Foxgrove-road, Beckenham, Kent — 423 

Lovell, R. J., 46 Queen Victoria-street, E.C. — 1608 

Lowenthal, B. (Miss), Eccleston Studios, 49 High-street, Eccleston- 

square, S.W. — 961 
Lucas, G., 16 Hart-street, W.C., and Hitchin, Herts — 1612 
Lucas, M. E. S. (Miss), New-place, Woodchurch-road, West Hampstead, 

N.W.— 1250 
Lucas, M. L. (Miss), 28 Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W. — 59 
Lucas, M. S. (Mrs. J. S.), New-place, Woodchurch-road, West Hamp- 
stead, N.W. — 295, 640 
Lucchesi, A. C, 2 Camden Studios, Camden-street, N.W. — 1670 
Lund, N. M., 169 Adelaide-road, N.W. — 324 
Lunt, W., Dene-cottage, Boreham-wood, Elstree, Herts — 1421 
Luxmoore, M. E. (Miss), 57 Bedford-gardens, Campden-hill, W. — 619, 

12G0 
Lybaert, T., Place Saint Michel 8, Ghent, Belgium— 735 



1907.] THE EXHIBITORS. 141 



M 

MACBETH, R. W., R.A., 193 Portsdown-road, Maida-vale, W.— 

225, 706, 1338, 1345, 1366, 1388 
MACWHIRTER, J., R.A., 1 Abbey-road, St. John's-wood, N.W.— 

158, 162, 312, 513 
MURRAY, D., R.A., I Langham-chambers, Portland-place, W.— 89, 

242, 286, 876 
Macarthur, L. G., Willersey, Broadway, Worcestershire — 235, 865 
Macgregor, J. (Miss), 12 Chalcott-gardens, South Hampstead, N.W, 

— S, 1050 
Mackennal, B., 38 Marlborough-hill, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 1682, 

1841, 1844 
Mackenzie, R. T., University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 

— 1731 

Maclean, W., 13 Kensington-gardens-square, W. — 506 
Macpherson, D., 17 Firs-avenue, Muswell-hill, N. — 1394 
Maddox, R. W., 22 King Henry's-road, N.W. —322 
Maimon, M., 115 Malvern-road, Kilburn, N.W. — 576, 591 
Maitland, A. F. (Captain), Naval and Military Club, W. — 707 
Mallows, C. E., 28 Conduit-street, Hanover-square, W. — 1620, 1625 
Mallows, C. E., and Cross, A. W. S. (Messrs.), 28 Conduit-street, 

Hanover-square, W. — 1644 
Mann, A., 53 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. — 682 
Mann, D. (Miss), 14 Montpelier-street, Brompton-road, S.W. — 1263 
Mann, H., 6 Melina-place, N.W. — 435 

Mansell, M. (Miss), 5 Fernshaw-road, Fulham-road, S.W. — 147 
Mansell, Mansell, and Dixon (Messrs.), 47 Temple-row, Birmingham 

—1650 
March, S., 64 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. — 1667, 1793 
March, V., 64 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W.— 1825 
Marks, A. (Miss), 10 Matheson-road, West Kensington, W. — 1295 
Marriott, F., 6 Netherton-grove, Chelsea, S.W. —259, 1701 
Marshall, H., 83 Philbeach-gardens, S.W. —945, 992 
Marson, T. E., Crick, near Rugby — 654 
Martin, A. C, 11 Hart-street, Bloomsbury, W.C. — 1594 
Martin, A. R., 38 Clonmore-street, Southfields, S.W.— 1S27 
Mason, E. M. (Mrs. T. E. W. Hinckley), 15 Fawcett-street, Redclifle- 

gardens, S.W. — 1312 
Mason, G. H. (Miss), 16 Neville-court, Grove-end-road, N.W. — 1799 



142 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Maundrell, C, 5 Prince of Wales'-mansions, Battersea-park, S.W. — 

955 
Mavrogordato, A. J., 141 "Warwick-street, Eccleston-square, S.W. — 

921, 1096 
Mawson, T. H., 28 Conduit-street, Hanover-square, W. — 1569, 1645 
May, A. D., 9 St. Paul's Studios, West Kensington, W. — 92, 583 
May, E. J., 21 Hart-street, Bloomsbury-square, W.C. — 1546 
Mayer, F. K. (Miss), Belgrano, Strawberry-vale, Twickenham — 1223 
Mayo, F. H., 32 Kilton-street, Battersea-park, S.W. — 1531 
McCulloch, M. M. (Miss), 11 Seaford-street, Kilmarnock — 616 
McDougal, J-, Cemaes Bay, Anglesea — 956 
McFadden, R., 16 Avenue-road, Southampton — 914 
McGill, D., 1 Scarsdale-villas, Kensington, W. — 1672 
McGowan, W. J., 30 Barclay-road, Fulham, S.W. — 1174, 1286 
McGregor, R., 62 Hanover-street, Edinburgh — 683 
McLaren, C. G. (Miss), 34 Queen-street, Edinburgh — 1210 
Mecredy, S., Suffolk-house, Cumberland-road, Headingley, Leeds — 160 
Merrett, W., 20 Mornington-road, Regent's-park, N.W. — 1678 
Meteyard, S. H., Hill Side, Green-hill-road, Moseley, Birmingham — 

511,993 
Meyer, J. (Miss), 3 Freeland-road, Ealing, Middlesex — 889 
Meyerheim, R., Lindeneck, Wimblehurst-road, Horsham, Sussex — 

1018 
Michael, A. C, 37 Bath-road, Bedford-park, W. — 1349, 1396 
Michael, F. H., 67A Earl's-court-road, Kensington, W. — 1 125 
Michie, J. C, 9 Primrose-hill Studios, Fitzroy-road, X.W. — 544, 653, 

705 
Midgley, A., 46 Leicestershire-street, Hunslet, Leeds, Yorks — 75 
Milbanke, M., 57 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. — 32 
Millard, E. (Mrs. O'Keefe), 12 Charleville-road, Rathmines, Dublin 

— 1187 
Millard, J., 29 Egerton-road, Withington, Manchester — 1724 
Milman, S. F. (Miss), 22 The Grove, Boltons, S.W.— 854 
Milne, A. N. (Miss), 316 Camden-road, N. — 82 
Milne, J. (Miss), Studio, 72 Pembroke-walk, Kensington, W. — 1S12 
Milner, F., Zareba, St. Ives, Cornwall — 239 
Mitchell, A., 17 Hanover-square, W. — 1609, 1654 
Mitchell, A. C, 12 Margravine-gardens, Kensington, W. — 870 
Mitchell, C. G., 104 West George-street, Glasgow — 2, 634 
Moira, G., Royal College of Art, South Kensington, S.W. — 587 
Montalba, H. (Miss), Palazzo Trevisan, Venice — 745 



I9Q7-] THE EXHIBITORS. 143 

Montford, P. R., Anhalt Studio, Albert-bridge, S.W.— 16S3, 1709 
Moodv, F. (Mrs. G. King), iS Norfolk-mansions, Battersea-park, 
S.W.— 1326 

Moore, A. H., Clydesdale, Clyde-road, Wallington, Surrey — 110S 
Moore, T., 46 Well-walk, Hampstead, N.W. — 1491, 1537, 1603 
Morgan, A., 30 Palewell-park, East Sheen, S.W. — 736 
Morgan, E. (Miss), 23S Boulevard Raphael, Paris — 1233, 1271 
Morgan, O. (Miss), 11 More's-garden, Cheyne-walk, S.W. — 126S 
Morley, H., Branting-hill, Groby, Leicestershire — 1058 
Morley, I. (Mrs.), 5 Lyndhurst-road, Hampstead, N.W. — 666 
Morley, T. W., 77 Pope-road, Bromley, Kent — 690 
Morris, E. E. (Miss), 8 West Hoe-terrace, Plymouth — 1310 
Morris, G., The Studio, Wareham, Dorset — 152, 678 
Morris, M. G. (Miss), 56 Fitzgeorge-avenue, Kensington, W. — 1206 
Morrison, R. E., Liverpool and London Chambers, Exchange, Liver- 
pool— 453 
Morton, J. H., 25 Newman-street, W. — 1576 
Moser, O., 2 St. John's-wood Studios. N.W. — 2S7, 3S4 
Mostyn, I. (Miss), Hereford-house, Randolph-gardens, Maida-vaic, W. 

—1325 
Mostyn, T., 5 Melina-place, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 833 
Mountford, E. W., Norwich-house, Southampton-street, Bloomsbury, 

W.C-1534 
Mountford, E. W., and Greening, E. A. (Messrs.), Norwich-house, 

Southampton-street, Bloomsbury, W.C. — 1463 
Mudie, A., 32 Elm-grove-road, Barnes, Surrey — 1028 
Muir, A. M. (Miss), 56 Kyverdale-road, Stamford-hill, N. — 1266 
Muir, T., 20 Montague-road, Wimbledon, S.W. — 1490 
Muirhead, D., 132 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. — 469 
Munnings, A. J., Church-farm, Swainsthorpe, Norwich — 436, 569, 

597 
Murray, A. H. H., 49 Montagu-square, Y\ . — 1091 
Murray, C. O., 41 The Grove, Hammersmith, W. — 1419, 1439, 1452 



N 

NORTH, J. W., A., Washford, Taunton— 64 
Nathan, E. (Mrs.), 19 Egerton-gardens, S.W. — 180 
Neale, G. H., 41 Castle-street, Liverpool — 246 
Nelson, H., 115 Broadheld-road, Catford, S.E.— 1377 



144 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Neuwirth, W. L. (Miss), 32 South-parade, Trafalgar-square, Chelsea, 

S.W.— 1828 
Newcombe, A. E., 31 Munster-square, Regent's-park, N.W. — 1334 
Newman, A. C. (Mrs.), Dene, Hatch-end, Middlesex — 1213 
Newman, F. (Miss), 162 Goldhurst-terrace, West Hampstead, N.W. — 

1794 
Newton, E., 4 Raymond's-buildings, Gray's-inn, W.C. — 1606 
Nicol, J. W., Park-cottage, Pelham-street, South Kensington, S.W. 

—512 
Nicolson, W. (Miss), Willow-grove, Marple, Cheshire — 1270 
Niven, Wigglesworth, and Falkner (Messrs.), 24 West-street, Farn- 

ham — 1642 
Noar, E. (Miss), Studio, Eccles, Manchester — 1175, 1292 
Noel, J. B., Hillcot, West Malvern — 399 

Norman, P., 45 Evelyn-gardens, South Kensington, S.W. — 1092 
Norris, H. L., Fryern-court, Fordingbridge, Salisbury — 1078, 1089 
Nowell, A. T., 47 Hornton-court, High-street, Kensington, W. — 439, 

5oo> 555 
Nutt, G. J. (Mrs. W. F.), St. James, Singapore — 792 



ORCHARDSON, W. Q., R.A., 13 Portland-place, W.— 35, 173 
OULESS, W. W., R.A., 12 Bryanston-square, W.— 22, 107, 265, 

297, 656 
; Connor, E. B. (Miss), 4 Clarence-parade, Southsea — 1202 
Oddy, H. R., Savile-mount, Halifax, Yorks — 977 
Oliver, Leeson, and Wood (Messrs.), Milburn-house, Newcastle-on- 

Tyne— 1466, 1533, 1599 
Olivier, H. A., 23 Marlborough-road, N.W. — 383, 390 
Olson, A., 15 Queen-square, Southampton-row, W.C. — 1837 
Olsson, J., St. Ives, Cornwall — 759, 835 
Oppenheimer, J., 152 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W. — 370 
Oppenheimer, L. J., 8 Manley-road, Alexandra-park, Manchester — 

790 
Orchardson, C. M. Q., 54A Park-hill-road, Haverstock-hill, N.W. —72 
Orr, P. W., 134 Bath-street, Glasgow— 667 
Oslund, E., 67 Queen's-road, Bayswater, W. — 815 
Ouless, C. (Miss), 12 Bryanston-square, W. — 98, 306, 848 
Owen, W. and S. (Messrs.), Cairo-street-chambers, 'Warrington — 1574 



1907.] THE EXHIBITORS. 145 



POYNTER, Sir E. J., Bart., P.R.A., 70 Addison-road, Kensington, 

W— 39. 129, 906, 937, 1068 
PARSONS, A., A., 54 Bedford-gardens, Kensington, W. — 247, 521, 

973, 1009, 1017 
PEGRAM, H., A., 36 Marlborough-hill, N.W.— 1778, 1802, 1811, 

1818 
POMEROY, F. W., A., 15 Kensington-square, W. — 1737, 1740, 1834 
Padday, C. M., Ichenor, Chichester — 27 

Page, E. G., 2 Old Sergeant's-inn, Chancery-lane, E.C. — 1646 
Page, E. G., and Halley, J. W. (Messrs.), 2 Old Sergeant's-inn, 

Chancery-lane, E.C. — 15 13 
Paget, H. (Mrs.), 76 Parkhill-road, Hampstead, N.W. — 1275 
Paget, S., The Hawthorns, Finchley, N. — 798 
Palin, W. M., Studio A, 404 Fulham-road, S.W. — 430 
Palmer, C. A., 14A Cheyne-row, S.W. — 1758 
Palmer, E. (Mrs.), Groby-place, Altrincham, Cheshire — 1242 
Palmer, S., Longcot, Bedford-park, W. — 912, 930 
Parker, E. R. (Miss), 79 West Regent-street, Glasgow — 1163 
Parker, H., Stamford-bridge Studios, Fulham-road, S.W. — 1770, 

1780, 1797. 
Parkyn, W., Montague-house, Yanbrugh-park, Blackheath, S.E. — 120 
Parlby, G., 374 Goldhawk-road, W. — 1459 
Parrott, C. M., Ambleside, Penn, Wolverhampton — 1304 
Parton, E., 8 Carlton-hill, N.W.— 460, 824 
Partridge, B., 149 Church-street, Chelsea, S.W. — 785 
Paul, R. W., 3 Arundel-street, Strand, W.C. — 1660 
Paul, W. S. and James, R. C. (Messrs.), Eagle Insurance-buildings, 

Baldwin-street, Bristol— 15S8 
Pazolt, A. J., Algonquin, St. Ives, Cornwall — 148 
Peachey, M. E. (Miss), Grove-road-chambers, Eastbourne — 762 
Peacock, R., ia Holland-park-road, Kensington, W. — 507, 859, 881 
Pearson, F. L., 12 Mansfield-street, Portland-place, W. — 1488, 1542, 

1544 
Pearson and Milburn (Messrs.), 27 Chancery-lane, W.C. — 1502 
Peck, O., 35 Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W. — 571 
Pedder, J., Eastfield, Furze-platt, Maidenhead — 121, 985 
Pegram, A. B., I2A Park-village-west, N.W. — 1715, 176] 



146 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Perm, W. C, 22B Avonmore-road, Kensington, W. — 642 

Penrose, J. D., 44 Finchley-roacl, N.W. — 562 

Pertwee, R., 12 Trafalgar Studio, Manresa-road, S.W. — 551 

Perugini, C. E., 32 Victoria-road, Kensington, W. — 534 

Peter, R. C, 7 Grosvenor-street, Camberwell, S.E. — 1376 

Pettinger, J. F., 2 Studio, The Newarke, Leicester — 630 

Phillips, L. B., 134 Sutherland-avenue, W. — 1360 

Phoenix, G., Clarendon Studio, Wolverhampton — 873 

Pickering, J. L., 8 Ormonde-terrace, Regent's-park, N.W. — 452, 595 

Pierce, E. G. (Miss), Chiltern-house, Thornton Heath — 1004 

Piggott, M. H. C. (Miss), Hartsholme, Seaford, Sussex — 1299 

Pike, S., San Remo, Elmbourne-road, Upper Tooting, S.W. — 18 

Pike, W. H., 66 Park-hill-road, Haverstock-hill, N.W.— 11 12 

Pilsbury, E. H., Hazel-copse, Godalming — 1055 

Pilsbury, H. C, Whittlesea, near Peterborough — 931 

Pimm, L. (Mrs. T.), Clarence-house, Broomfield-road, Kew-gardens 

— 260 
Pinker, H. R. Hope-, 22 Avonmore-road, Kensington, W. — 1730 
Pirie, G., Challens Yard, Midhurst, Sussex — 76 
Pite, B., Royal College of Art, South Kensington, S.W. — 1500 
Pite, W. A., 116 Jermyn-street, St. James's, S.W. — 1523 
Pittard, C. W., 12 Lebanon-park, Twickenham — 505 
Pittman, O., Chalcote, Hoe-Benham, Newbury, Berks — 782, 826 
Pitts, M. (Miss), 29 Bolsover-street, W. — 1209 
Pocock, L. L., 28 Blomfield-road, Maida-vale, W. — 1008 
Pocock, M. H., Mesylls, Chiddingfold, Surrey— 1552, 1589 
Pontin, G., 55 Millbrook-road, Southampton — 695 
Porter, E. (Miss), 53 Marloes-road, Kensington, W. — 1 130 
Portsmouth, P., Studio, Westhall-gardens, Edinburgh — 1753 
Pott, C. M. (Miss), 81 Cornwall-gardens, Queen's-gate, S.W. — 1437 
Potter, W. H., Cintra-villa, Victoria-road, Maldon, Essex — 1427, 1433 
Poulter, H. R. and B. A. (Messrs.), Camberley, Surrey — 1460, 1473 
Powell, J., 40 Acacia-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 999 
Powell, J., and Sons (Messrs.), Whitefriars, E.C. — 1648 
Pownall, M. (Mrs. A. Bromet), Lime-lodge, Pinner-road, Watford — 

1766, 1784 
Poynter, A. M., 8 Southampton-street, Bloomsbury-square, W.C. — 

1332, 1457 
Traga, A., The Grey-house, Hornton-street, Kensington, W. — 1152 
Prentice, A. N., Hastings-house, Norfolk-street, Strand, W.C. — 1630, 

1633 



i9<>7-] THE EXHIBITORS. 147 

Price, J. M., 22 Golden-square, W. — 795 

Priest, A., Onslow Studios, 1S3 King's-road, Chelsea, S.W.— 594 

Priestman, A., 3 Walmer-villas, Bradford — 228, 639 

Priestman, B., 13 Edwardes-square, W. — 441, 774 

Pring, E. M. (Mrs.), 43 Croftdown-road, Highgate-road, N.W. — 728 

Proctor, A. E., Heathend, Albury, near Guildford — 50, 693, 714 

Proctor, T. (Miss), 27 Oakley-crescent, Chelsea, S.W.— 1383 

Pyne, E. (Mrs. A. Warden), 21 Leslie-road, East Finchley, X.— 11 53 

Q 

Quinn, J., 2 Clifton-hill Studios, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 65 
Quinton, A. R., 20 Fortis-green-road, East Finchley, N. — 925, 1019 



RICHMOND, Sir W. B., K.C.B., R.A., Beavor-lodge, Beavor-lane, 

Hammersmith, W. — 150, 213, 335, 1449 
RIVIERE, B., R.A., Flaxley, 82 Finchley-road, N.W.— 137, 252, 

3i8 
Rackham, E. S. (Mrs.), 16 Chalcot-gardens, South Hampstead, N.W. 

-—814 
Rae, H. (Miss) (Mrs. E. Normand), 4 Foxhill-gardens, Upper Norwood, 

S.E.— 810. 
Ramsden, T., 33 New Briggate, Leeds — ^\<\ 
Randall, R. J., 17 Raynham-road, Hertford, Herts — 1057 
Ranken, W. B. E., 4 Cheltenham-terrace, Chelsea, S.W. — 535 
Raphael, M. F. (Mrs.), 2 Hanover-terrace, Regents-park, N.W. — 510, 

794, 806 
Reavell, G., jun., Alnwick, Northumberland — 1590 
Redfern, R., Hest Bank, Lancaster — 1007 
Redworth, W., 80 Albert-street, Slough, Bucks — 350 
Reed, L. (Miss), 2 Stanley Studios, Park-walk, Chelsea, S.W.— 1838 
Reid, F. M. (Miss), 62 Park-hill-road, Hampstead, N.W.— 303, 458, 

713 
Reid, G. O., 54 Shadwick-place, Edinburgh — 45, 844 
Reid, J. R., 62 Park-hill-road, Hampstead, N.W. —589, 593 
Reid, S., Oak-villa, Chorley Wood, Herts — 668 
Reilly, C. H., The University, Liverpool — 1568 
Renard, E., 12 Chalsey-road, Brockley, S.E. — 1074 
Renton, J. D., Clare-house, Tiverton, Devon — 1207 



148 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Rew, C..H. and N. A. (Messrs.), Great Berkhamsted, Herts — 1662 
Reynolds-Stephens, W., Harlestone, Mortimer-road, Kilburn Priory, 

N.W.— 1845 
Rheam, H. M., Nevvlyn, Penzance — 1029 
Rhodes, J. W., Mitre-court-chamhers, Temple, E.C. — 1517 
Ricardo,*H., 13 Bedford-square, W.C. — 1456, 1640 
Richardson, A. E. (Miss), 8 Ranworth-mansions, Compayne-gardens, 

N.W.— 1255, 1308 
Richardson, A.E., 15 Denning-road, Hampstead, N.W. — 1509 
Richardson, C. E., Kirklevington-hall, Yarm, Yorkshire — 637 
Richardson, F. S., Sandy, Bedfordshire — 238 
Richardson, M. (Miss), 8 Bolden-street, St. John's, S.E.— 1830 
Richardson, R. J., 2 Oak-villas, Milton-road, Mill Hill, N.W.— 1751 
Richter, H. D., Cresthill, Lansdown, Bath — 1629 
Riddel, J., Caerketton, Colinton, N.B.— 187, 251 
Rigby, H. A., Ryland Memorial School, West Bromwich — 1372 
Rigg, E. H., Hinderwell, R.S.O., Yorkshire— 23 
Rimington, A. W., Chatburn-house, 1 1 Pembridge-crescent, W. — 974 
Rimmington, F. M. (Miss), 2 Tennison-road, South Norwood, S.E. — 

1786 
Ritchie, C. E., 9 Elm-tree-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 1412, 1442 
Riviere, H. G., 38 Abercorn-place, N.W. — 141, 538, 831 
Robertson, C. K., 38 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. — 316, 773 
Robertson, H. R., 1 Steele's Studios, Haverstock-hill, N.W. — 1216 
Robertson, J. (Miss), 9 Elsworthy-terrace, Primrose-hill, N.W. — 1319, 

1399 
Robertson, W. J. (Miss), 11 Thurlow-road, Hampstead, N.W. — 1217 
Robinson, H. W., 40 Broxash-road, Clapham-common, S.W. — 701, 

716 
Robinson, M. C. (Miss), 14 Malwood-road, Balham, S.W. — 1344 
Rodway and Dening (Messrs.), 2S Baldwin-street, Bristol— 1535 
Roe, F., 18 Stanford -road, Kensington-court, W. — 812 
Rolleston, E. (Lady), 54 Curzon-street, W. — 1297 
Rolt, V., Brook-house, Storrington, Sussex — 1032 
Rope, E. M. (Miss), 107 Marylebone-road, W.- 1719 
Roselieb, L. F., The Studio, Bromells-road, Clapham, S.W. — 1S14, 

1831 
Rowe, T., Wickersley, near Rotherham — 25 
Runtz and Ford (Messrs.), 10 Walbrook, E.C. — 1475 
Russell, J., 17 Rue Campagne Premiere, Paris — 447 
Russell, J. E., Westcott's Quay, St. Ives, Cornwall — 284 



1907.] THE EXHIBITORS. 149 

Russell, W. W., 107 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W.— 768, 781 

Russell, S. B., and Cooper, T. E. (Messrs.), 11 Gray's-inn-square, 

W.C.-I455 

Rutland, C, 16S Hartneld-road, Wimbledon, S.W.— 1805 



SANT, J., R.A., 43 Lancaster-gate, Hyde-park, W, — 145, 206, 731 
SARGENT, J. S.,R.A., 31 Tite-street, Chelsea, S.W.— 38, 189, 237, 

331, 425 

SOLOMON, S. J., R.A., 18 Hyde-park-gate, S.W.— 151, 315 

STONE, M., R.A., 8 Melbury-road, Kensington, W— 1107 

SWAN, J. M., R.A., 3 Acacia-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 172, 
1840 

SHANNON, J. J., A., 3 Holland-park-road, Kensington, W. — 221, 
269, 342, 353, 397 

SHORT, F., A., 56 Brook-green, W.— 1430 

SMYTHE, L. P., A., Chateau d'Honvault, par Wimereux, Pas-de- 
Calais, France — 377, 911 

STOREY, G. A., A., 39 Broadhurst-gardens, South Hampstead, 
N.W. — 467, 1 103 

STOTT, E., A., Amberley, Sussex — 130, 205, 307 

STRANG, W., A., 7 Hamilton-terrace, N.W. — 515, 804, 1351, 1354, 
1357, 1428 

Sainsbury, G. E. (Miss), 6 Clevedon-mansions, Highgate-road, N.W. 

-673 
Salisbury, F. O., The Red Gables, Harpenden— 196, 330, 488 
Salmon, C. E., Bell-street, Reigate — 1593 
Saltmer, F. A. (Miss), Treleath, Peaslake, Gomshall— 24, 96 
Sambourne, L., 18 Stafford-terrace, Kensington, W. — 1329, 1353 
Sawyer, A. (Miss), Ditchling, Sussex — 495 

Schafer, H. T., 40 Brewer- street, Golden-square, W. — 629, 632 
Scherrewitz, J., Hilversum, Holland — 166 
Schmalz, H., 49 Addison-road, Kensington, W. — 789 
Schofield, K., Storr-cottage, Thornton, Bradford — 394 
Schroder, H., Studio, 10 Station-approach, Kew-gardens, S.W. — 1447 
Scorer, G. O., 29 Surrey-street, W.C.— 1550 
Scott, E. A. (Miss), 13 Upper Grosvenor-road, Tunbridge Wells — 

827 
Scott, J., 5 The Mall, Park-hill-road, Ilaverstock-hill, N.W. —61 



150 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Scott, T., Leslie-cottage, Selkirk, N.B.— 1012 

Scutt, W., Nuneham, Newport, Barnstaple — 1348 

Sedcole, II., Chillingly, Knebworth, Herts — 1431 

Sellers, K. (Mrs.), 8 Muswell-road, Muswell-hill, N. — 1230 

Senior, M., 9 South-parade, Leeds — 886 

Seymour, W., 3 Bolton Studios, Redcliffe-road, S.W. — 1413 

Sharp, D. (Miss), 1 1 Douglas-house, Maida-hill, W. — 374, 734 

Shaw, B., 62 Addison-road, Kensington, W. — 760 

Shaw, E. B. (Mrs. B.), 62 Addison-road, Kensington, W. — 1257 

Sheard, T. F. M., 4 Holland-park-road Studios, \Vest Kensington, W. 

-84 
Shelley, F., 121 Replingham-road, Southnelds, S.W. — 609 
Shepard, E. H., Arden-cottage, Shamley-green, Guildford — 1 1 13 
Shepard, F. N., Amberley, Sussex — 577 
Sheppard, O., 30 Pembroke-road, Dublin — 1705, 1806 
Sheppard, R., 2 The Mall, Park-hill-road, Hampstead, N.W.— 1693 
Shepperson, C. A., 18 Kensington-court-place, W. — 1328, 1444 
Shrigley and Hunt (Messrs.), Lancaster, and 28 John-street, Bedford- 
row, W.C. — 1474 
Short, E., R.E. Office, Bulford-camp, Salisbury — 1631 
Shrimpton, A. M. (Miss), 57 Bedford-gardens, W. — 959 
Sichel, E., 2 Claremont, Bradford — 427, 465 
Silcock and Reay (Messrs.), 47 Milsom-street, Bath — 1570 
Simmonds, W. G., 71 Chelverton-road, Putney, S.W. — 845, 966 
Simpson, A. B., Studio, 2IA Camden-road, N.W. — 742 
Simpson, C. W., Chywoone-grove, Paul, Penzance, Cornwall — 288 
Simpson, F. M., 88 Gower-street, W.C. — 1632 
Simpson, G. G., Birchanger, Bishop's Stortford — 997 
Sims, C, c/o C. West, 117 Finchley-road, N.W. — 405, 941, 1023 
Simson, T. S., 3 Rue Campagne Premiere, Paris — 17 16, 1747 
Sinet, F., c/o F. Lessore, Esq., Regent's Park Studios, Park Village 

East, N.W.— 386 
Skipworth, A. H., 5 Staple-inn, W.C. — 1560, 1652 
Skipworth, F. M., 2 Wentworth Studios, Chelsea, S.W. — 271 
Slocombe, F., Fair-view, Holder's-hill, Hendon, N.W. — 1355 
Slocombe, S., 3 Scarsdale Studios, Stratford-road, W. — 418 
Small, F. (Mrs. Deric Hardy), 17 Wadham-gardens, Primrose-hill, 

N.W.— 540 
Smallfield, B. C. (Miss), 4 Queen Ann-villas, Hendon, N.W. — 1169 
Smart, D. I., Carlton-villa, 52 Tyrrell-road, East Dulwich, S.E. — 
1365, 1424, 1425 



1907.] THE EXHIBITORS. 151 

Smith, C. (Miss), 220 Gloucester-terrace, Bayswater, W. — 1423 

Smith, C. A., 31 Fairfax-road, Bedford-park, W. — 392, 983 

Smith, C. S., 164 Friar-street, Reading — 1477 

Smith, E. N. (Miss), The Crossways, Totteridge, Herts — 422 

Smith, E. W., The Studio, 43 Cochrane-street, St. John's-wood, N.W. 

— 1664, 1S17 
Smith, G. (Miss), 29 Westbourne-park-road, Bayswater, W. — 674 
Smith, M., The Studio, Trowse, Norwich, Norfolk — 71 
Smith, R., 54 Pembroke-road, Clifton, Bristol — 234, 957 
Smith, V. C. (Miss), Ashleigh, Dudley, Worcestershire — 1232, 1296 
Snowman, I., 10 Acol-road, West Hampstead, X.W. — 556 
Solomon, W. E. G., 5 Pembroke-walk Studios, Kensington, W. — 11 
Soper, G., 34A Memorial Hall-buildings, Farringdon-street, E.C. — 1342 
Soutten, D. (Miss), 3 Cathcart Studios, Cathcart-road, S.W. — 1269 
Sowerby, J., Sutton Courteney, Abingdon, Berks — 1067 
Spain, J. E. D., 19 Hanover-square, W. — 1526 
Spark, A. (Miss), S Wolverton-gardens, Ealing-common, W. — 1240 
Speed, H., 8 Holland-park-road, Kensington, W. — 341, 433 
Spence, P. F. S., Studio, West-house, Campden-hill, W. — 539 
Spence, R., 29 Greville-road, St. John's-wood, X.W. — 1341 
Spenlove-Spenlove, F., 69 Addison-road, Kensington, W. — 155, 268, 712 
Spiers, R. P., 21 Bernard-street, Russell-square, W.C. — n 18 
Spiller, J. R. (Miss), 2 Lindfield-gardens, Hampstead, N.W. — 1278 
Spinks, T., Carlton-house, Bettws-y-Coed — 264 
Spong, A. E. (Miss), 34 Princes-avenue, Muswell-hill, X. — 349 
Spooner, A., Market-chambers, South-parade, Xottingham — 610 
Sprague, E. (Miss), Lindal, South Woodford, Essex — 94 
Spruce, E. C., Studio, 48 Back Cowper-street, Leeds — 1669 
Spurrier, S., 20 Gordon-road, Chiswick, W. — 321, 1400 
Stacey, W. S., Xew Milton, Hants — 953 
Stampa, G. L., S Victoria-mansions, Sumatra-road, West Hampstead, 

N.W. — 1392 
Standen, E. R. (Miss), 40 Courtfield-gardens, South Kensington, S.W. 

—1688 
Stanley, J. H., Sundial-cottage, Purley, Surrey — 1520 
Stannard, H., Harpur-place, Bedford — 990 
Stannard, H. S., Flitwick, Bedfordshire — 924, 991, 1005 
Stannard, L. (Miss), Harpur-place, Bedford — 1121 
Stansfeld, E. L. (Miss), 63 de Parys-avenue, Bedford — 1184 
Stanton, H. Hughes-, Scarsdale-lodge, Wright's-lane, Kensington, W. 

—344 



152 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Stanton, H. H., 47 Portsdown-road, Maida-vale, \V. — 558 

Statham, H. H., I Camp-view, Wimbledon, S.W. — 1565, 1616 

Stead, F., 170 Swan-arcade, Bradford — 448 

Sterry, E. S.(Miss), 3 Bedford-place, Croydon — 1222 

Stevenson, J. A., I St. Oswald's Studios, Sedlescombe-road, West 

Brompton, S.W. — 1696 
Stewart, C. E., 16 Grove-end-road, N.W. — 578 
Stewart, M. (Mrs.), 43 Ennismore-gardens, S.W. — 1225 
Stock, H. J., 16 Castellain-mansions, Maida-vale, W.--523 
Stoddart, A., The Studio, Long-row, Nottingham — 1549 
Stokes, G. V., West Marden, Emsworth, Hants — 416 
Stokes, L., 2 Great Smith-street, Westminster, S.W. — 1478 
Stokoe, C. J., East Bergholt, Suffolk— 756 
Stoppoloni, A. G., 1 Upper Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. — 95 
Stormont, H. G., Ypres Studio, Rye, Sussex — 7 
Stormont, M. (Mrs.), Ypres Studio, Rye, Sussex — 1056 
Stott, W. R. S., 1 Lamont-road, Chelsea, S.W. —498 
Strachey, H., Stowey Mead, Clutton, Bristol — 209 
Stratton, F., The Vine, Amberley, Sussex — 942, 1116 
Streatfeild, J. (Miss), Wynthorpe, Longton-avenue, Sydenham, S.E. — 

1382, 141 7 
Streatfeild, P., 74 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W.— 828 
Strutt, A. E., 143 Darnley-road, Gravesend — 1062 
Strutt, A. W., Rhosilli, Wadhurst, Sussex — 825 
Stubbs, W., Thornhill-house, College-road, Norwich — 979, 987 
Sutcliffe, E. T. (Mrs. L.), 40 Otley-road, Headingley, Leeds — 140 
Sutcliffe, H. (Miss), Kinloss, 82 Hinde's-road, Harrow — 748 
Swainson, M. (Miss), 19 Rue Monsieur, Paris — 1777 
Swaish, F. G., Well-cottage, Shamley-green, Guildford — 30, 74 
Swan, C. E., 21 Camden-road Studios, N.W. — 878 
Swan, L. B. (Miss), c/o Mrs. Port, Otterstone, Bushey, Herts — 943 
Swan, M. A. (Miss), 3 Acacia-road, N.W. — 1697 
Swanwick, H., Clive, Middlewich, Cheshire — 224, 982 
Swayne, W. (Miss), Tarrington-house, near Hereford — 1198 
Swinstead, G. H., 14 Kidderpore-avenue, Hampstead, N.W. — 381 
Swynnerton, A. L. (Mrs.), ia The Avenue, 76 Fulham-road, S.W.— 

554, 766 
Symonds, W. R., Cornwall-lodge, Rowan-road, Brook-green, W. — 47, 

327 
Symons, W. C, The Upper Lake, Battle, Sussex— 529 



1907.] THE EXHIBITORS. 153 



THORNYCROFT, H., R.A., 2A Melbury-road, Kensington, W.— 

1666, 1712, 1788 . 
TUKE, H. S., A., Lyndon-lodge, Han well, W. — 346, 491, 796 
Talmage, A., Pednolver, St. Ives, Cornwall — 431 
Tanner, H., jun., 12 Regent-street, S.W. — 1561 
Tapper, W. J.,. 10 Melina-place, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 1530 
Tarrant, P., 336 Clapham-road, S.W. — 253 
Tarver, H. M. (Miss), The Bungalow, Old Bushey, Herts — 1133 
Tatchell, S. J., 13 Queen Anne's-gate, Westminster, S.W. — 1492 
Taubman, F. M., 66 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. — 1681 
Tayler, A. C, 10 Cavendish-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 788 
Tayler, M. (Mrs.), 1 Carlisle-place, Belgravia, S.W. — 1248 
Taylor, L., 56 Redcliffe-road, S.W. — 1340, 141 5 
Taylor, L. C, The Three Gables, Hindhead, Surrey — 487, 501, 802 
Taylor, U. E. (Miss), 78 Royal Hospital-road, Chelsea, S.W. — 1704 
Teape, J. S., 165 Brook-road, Clapham, S.W. — 1246 
Teasdale, P. M., Studio, 51 Cookridge-street, Leeds— 227 
Teesdale, K. J. M., Ulverstone, Peaslake, Guildford — 304, 874 
Thomas, B. (Sir), 5 Queen Anne's-gate, S.W. — 1512 
Thomas, E. L. (Miss), 50 Buckingham-palace-road, S.W. — 557, 670 
Thomas, F. E., 29 Melgund-road, Highbury, N. — 1586 
Thompson, C. H., The Hostel, Compton, near Guildford — 309 
Thompson, E. (Miss), Island-hall, Godmanchester, Hunts — 359 
Thompson, H. (Mrs. C. H.), The Hostel, Compton, near Guildford — 

43 
Thomson, G., Maclise-mansions, Addison-road-station, W. — 905 

Thomson, I. B. (Miss), Westover, Mount Ephraim-road, Streatham 

S.W.— 691 

Thomson, W. H. (Miss), 59 Pont-street, S.W.— 1 128, 11 29 

Tindall, E., 13 Vernon-road, Woodhouse-lane, Leeds — 863 

Toft, A., 87 Clifton-hill, St. John's-wood, N.W.— 1679, 1695, 1783 

Toft, J. A., 11 Trafalgar Studios, Chelsea, S.W.— 281 

Tollemache, D. (Hon.), 131 Oakwood-court, Kensington, W. — 270 

Topham, F. W. W., Coneyhurst, Ewhurst, Surrey — 112, 665 

Toplis, W. A., Sark, Channel Islands — 502, 1 122 

Torrome, F. J., 77 Criftield-road, Acton, W.— 928 

Towers, J., 5 High-street, Slough, Bucks — 846 

Towse, S., 8 New-square, Lincoln's-inn, W.C. — 1472 



154 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907 

Treadwell and Martin (Messrs.), Charing Cross-house, 29A Charing 

Cross-road, W.C. — 1498, 1649 
Tremel, M. (Miss), 51 West-hill, Sydenham, S.E.— 1721 
Trewby, E. C. (Miss), Langford-lodge, New-park-road, Brixton-hill, 

S.W.— 1136 
Trickett, K. W. (Miss), 195 Bristol-road, Edgbaston, Birmingham — 

1258 
Triggs, H. I., 8 South-parade, Bedford-park, W.— 1527 
Trimnell, H., Woldingham, Surrey — 1547 

Tubbs, C. B., and A. A. Messer (Messrs.), 5 Broadway, Woking — 1539 
Tucker, A., Windermere, Westmorland — 1006, 1035 
Turnbull, A. W., 6 North Charlotte-street, Edinburgh— 255 
Turner, A., 2 Harley Studios, Priory-grove, South Kensington, S.W. 

—1775 
Turner, H., 51 Tavistock-square, W.C. — 131 
Turrell, A. J., 117 Alexandra-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 1352 



U 

Underwood, A. (Miss), Sackville Studios, De la Warr-road, East 
Grinstead — 11 89 



Van Couver, I., c/o Hollender and Koekkoek, 35 a St. James's-street, 

S.W.— 709 
Van Goethem, E., Tregarthen, Parkstone, Dorset — 1000 
Van Havermaet, C., 22 West Kensington-gardens, W. — 127 
Van Heddeghem, A. (Miss), 12 Cowley-street, Westminster, S.W. — 

655 
Van Raalte, H. B., 49 Portsdown-road, Maida-vale, W. — 1426 
Van Ruith, H., 5 St. James's-square, Holland-park, W. — 586 
Vedder, S. H., 7 The Mall, Park-hill-road, Haverstock-hill, N.W.— 

153 

Veitch, K. (Miss), 45 Queen's-street, Edinburgh — 628 
Veness, A. M. (Miss), 28 Malpas-road, Brockley, S.E.— 681 
Ventnor, A., 55 St. Clement's-mansions, Lillie-road, S.W. — 719 
Vemede, C, Watersfield, Pulborough, Sussex — 710 
Vickery, G. H., Harrowlands, Dorking, Surrey — 932, 946 
Vining, J. N. R., Rolls-chambers, 89 Chancery-lane, W.C — 1494 



1907.] THE EXHIBITORS. 155 



W 

WATERHOUSE, ]. W., R.A., 10 Hall-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. 

— 7S, 232, 243 
WATERLOW, Sir E. A., R.A., I Maresfield-gardens, Fitzjohn's- 

avenue, N.W. — 193, 256, 869 
WEBB, Sir A., R.A., 19 Queen Anne's-gate, S.W. — 1619, 1626, 1627 
WOODS, H., R.A., 2727 San Maurizio, Venice— 34, 248, 750 
WYLLIE, W. L., R.A. Elect, Tower-house, Tower-street, Ports- 
mouth, 3, 70, 97, 116, 819 
Wade, L. M. (Mrs.), 11 Station-parade, Kew-gardens, S.W. — 1742 
Waite, E. W., Sunnymount, Guildford — 37 
Waite, H., Wingate, Westgate-on-Sea, Thanet — 185, 473 
Walker, A. G., 5 Cedar Studios, Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W. — 1749, 

1S43 
Y\ alker, E. M. (Miss), Fernhurst, Banister-road, Southampton — 1764 
Walker, F. H., Oakdene, East Burnham-common, near Slough, Bucks 

-984 
Walker, H., 13 Crescent-avenue, Whitby, Yorks — 1079 
Walker, J. H., 65 Victoria-road, Kensington, W. — 126, 749 
Walker, K. W. (Mrs.), Hillsborough, Gravelly-hill, Erdington — 1306 
Walker, L., 35 Chepstow-villas, Bayswater, W. — 1356, 1368 
Walker, M. I). (Miss), 4 Grosvenor-terrace, York — 1277 
Wallace, T-, 2 Studio, 14A Cheyne-row, Chelsea, S.W. — 250, 354, 

847 
Waller, M. L. (Mrs. S. E.), 58 Circus-road, St. John's-wood, N.W.— 

S52 
Wallis, C. A., The Willows, Chiswick-mall, W.— 708 
Wallis, H. C, Lyndhurst, Albany -road, Redruth, Cornwall — 1199, 

1302 
Wallis, J. C, The Willows, Chiswick-mall, W.— 643 
Walsh, L. E. (Mrs.), Ferndale, Rydens-road, Walton-on-Thames — 

1256 
Walton, C. R. (Mrs.), 53 Tregunter-road, S.W.— 585, 658 
Walton, F., Holmbury St. Mary, Dorking — 10, 417, 1026 
Wandschneider, W., Frauenhoferstrasse 24, Charlottenburg, Berlin — 

1722 
Ward, C, Puckeridge, Ware — 947, 1043 
Ward, C. B. (Mrs. C. D.), Wentworth, Manresa-road, Chelsea, S.W. 

— 1013 



156 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Ward, C. D., Wentworth, Manresa-road, Chelsea, S.W.— 809 
Ward, H. (Mrs. E. M.), 3 Chester-houses, Chester-square, S.W. — 

727 
Wardle, A., 34 Alma-square, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 261, 574 
Warn, E. B. (Miss), c/o Dr. Seal, Wirksworth, Derbyshire— 1287, 

1294 
Warr, G. H., 72 Marriott-road, Millhouses, Sheffield— 659 
Warren, E. P., 20 Cowley-street, Westminster, S.W. — 1499 
Warry, D., 18 Glenhouse-road, Eltham, Kent — 1073 
Warwick and Hall (Messrs.), 13 South-square, Gray's-inn, W.C. — 1536, 

1639 
Waters, C. (Miss), 16 Pandora-road, West Hampstead, N.W. — 320 
Waterhouse, P., Staple-inn-buildings, W.C. — 1487 
Watherston, E. (Miss), 7 Primrose-hill Studios, Fitzroy-road, Regent's- 

park, N.W. — 424 
Watherston, M. V. (Miss), 7 Primrose-hill Studios, Fitzroy-road, 

Regent's-park, X.W. — 596 
Watkin, I. (Miss), 255 Brixton-road, S.W.— 641, 822 
Watson, C. J., 19 Girdler's-road, Brook-green, W. — 1109, 1364 
Watson, G. S., 4 Pembroke Studios, Kensington, W. — 532, 549, 758 
Watson, H., 18 Kensington-court-place, W. — 379, 730 
Watson, P., 4 Adam-street, Adelphi, W.C— 1614 
Watt, F., 2 Great Stuart-street, Edinburgh — 536 
Watts, J. T., 34 Lidderdale-road, Sefton-park, Liverpool — 927 
Watts, L., 2 King Henry's-road Studios, South Hampstead, N.W. — 

438 
Wear, M. M. (Miss), Ambleside, Frankston-road, Southbourne, 

Bournemouth — 1 191 
Webster, H. A., c/o O. F. M. Ward, 1 Harley Studios, Priory-grove, 

Kensington, W. — 1347 
Webster, W. E., 6 Pomona Studios, in New King's-road, S.W. — 

215, 872 
Weedon, A. W., 6 Carlton-mansions, West End-lane, N.W. — 1053 
Weekes, F., 70 Star-street, Edgware-road, W. — 1081 
Weiss, J., Houghton-house, Houghton, near Arundel — 298, 464 
Welby, R. E. (Miss), 14A Finchley-road, St. John's-wood, N.W. — 

128 
Wellmann, E. J., Box 15 10, 3 Norwich Union-buildings, Fox-street, 

Johannesburg, Transvaal, S.A. — 1503, 1524 
W T ells, E. F., 7 Rossetti Studios, Flood-street, Chelsea, S.W.— 201,866 
Wells, J. S. S., 8 Bedford-park-mansions, Bedford-park, W. — 429,676 



1907.] THE EXHIBITORS. 157 



Wells, L. G. (Miss), Sydney-house, Bell-road, Hounslow, W. — 1756 

Wensley, W., 143 Brecknock-road, N. — 1227 

West, A. M. (Miss), Virginia-cottage, High-street, Bushey, Herts — 

1204 
West, J. W., The Vane, Northwood, Middlesex — 407, 720 
Westla'ke, N. H. J., 20 Clifton-gardens, W. — 141 1 
Wetherbee, G., The White-cottage, Redington-road, Hampstead, 

N.W.— 16, 803 
Whall, C. W., 19 Shaftesbury-road, Ravenscoart -park, W. — 1659 
Wheelwright, R., 17 Meadows Studios, Bushey Herts — 319 
Whiffen, C. E., 89 Altenburg-gardens, Clapnam-common, S.W. — 

1829 
White, A. C, 93 Clifton-hill, St. John's- wood, N.W.— 17 14 
White, F. (Miss), 12 Cathcart Studios, 33 Redcliffe-road, S.W.— 

1134 
White, H. M. (Miss), 16 Churchfield-road, Ealing, W.— 1698 
White, J., 4 Homefield-place, Heavitree, Exeter — 636 
White, W. H., 14A Cavendish-place, Cavendish-square, W. — 1638 
Whiteside, R. C. (Miss), Crosby, Isle of Man — 1165 
Whiting, F., 115 Gower-street, W.C.— 1385, 1389 
Wicks, A. (Mrs.), 32 Beverley-road, Anerley, S.E. — 1254 
Widdas, E. A., 8 Russell-road, Crouch-end, N. — 121 1, 1243 
Wiens, S. M., 19 Honor Oak-road, Forest-hill, S.E. — 1789 
Wildman, W. A., 2 Rockleigh-mansions, Vera-road, Fulham, S.W. 

—1327 
Wilkinson, H., 109 Great Russell-street, W.C. — 1559 
Wilkinson, L., 3 Ravensbourne-gardens, West Ealing, W. — 1653 
Wilkinson, N., 2 Wychcombe Studios, England's-lane, N.W. — 1378 
Williams, A. (Miss), 61 Rowan-road, Hammersmith, W. — 1387 
Williams, C, 71 Eardley-crescent, Kensington, S.W. — 401 
Williams, F. H., 4 Holbein Studios, 52 Redcliffe-road, Kensington, 

W. — 449 
Williams, H. M., 23 Westcroft-square, Ravenscourt-park, W. — 1441 
Williams, I. Sheldon-, 3 Brook-green, W. — 929, 949 
Williams, J. C. (Mrs. L. C), Linden-villa, Ashtead, Surrey — 210, 1293 
Williams, L. G. (Miss), 3 Wentworth Studios, Manresa-road, S.W. — 

1720, 1762 
Williams, M. (Miss), 15 Ranelagh-avenue, Barnes, S.W. — 1414, 1434 
Williams, T., Art-club Studios, Blackheath, S.E. —508 
Wills and Anderson (Messrs.), 24 Bloomsbury-square, W.C. — 1516, 

1661 



153 AN ALPHABETICAL LIST OF [1907. 

Wilmer, M. (Miss), Platnix, Westfield, Battle, Sussex— 1045 
Wilson, C. E., The Studio, Milford-heath, near Godalming — 1 104 
Wilson, E. M., 11 Callow-street, Chelsea, S.W. — 1369, 1420 
Wilson, H., The Thatched-house, St. Mary Piatt, Borough -green, 

Kent— 1807 
Wilson, H. M., Berwyn, Brampton-road, St. Albans — 36 
Wilson, J. B., 92 Bath-street, Glasgow — 1598 
Wilson, *M. (Miss), 136 Wellington-street, Glasgow — 620 
Wilson, T. M., IB Belsize-parade, Hampstead, N.W. — 1647 
Wilthew, G., 38 Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, S.W. —503 
Wiltshire, D. (Miss), Frome, Somerset — 1245 
Wimbush, J. L., Mesha, Dartmouth, South Devon — 797 
Winder, W. S., Seed Howe, Staveley, Kendal — 1090 
Windley, M. R. (Miss), 34 St. James-road, Leicester — 1665 
Winser, M. (Miss), 46 Quarrendon-street, Parson's-green, S.W. — 

1781 
Winter, T., The Studio, South-park, Reigate— 978 
Wirgman, T. B., 24 Dawson-place, W. — 780, 820, 837 
Wollen, W. B., 10 Queen Anne's-gardens, Bedford-park, W. — 830 
Wolmark, A. A., Claremont Studios, St. Mary's-terrace, Paddington, 

W.— 176 
Wontner, W., 1 The Studios, Edwardes-square, Kensington, W. — 263 
Wood, C. M. (Mrs. R. H. Wright), 2 Harcourt-buildings, Temple, 

E.C.— 650, 660 
Wood, E., 78 Cross-street, Manchester — 1493, I ^>°5 
Wood, F. D., 97 Glebe-place, Chelsea, S.W.— 1792, 1824, 1839 
Wood, M. (Miss), 3 Shardcroft-avenue, Herne-hill, S.E. — 1132 
Wood, U. (Miss), 17 Oval-road, Gloucester-gate, N.W. — 165 
Woods, A., 143 Church-street, Preston — 472 
Woods, E. (Miss), Llandaff-place, Llandaff, South Wales — 722 
Woodville, W. P. C, The Lodge, Chalk-hill, Bushey, Herts— 743 
Woore, H. (Mrs.), 4 Campden-hill-court, Kensington, W. — 602 
Worrall, E. (Miss), 231 Upper Parliament-street, Liverpool — 1236 
Worsfold, M. B. (Miss), St. Andrew's-house-club, Mortimer-street, W. 

— "57 
Wright, E. (Miss), 2 Canning-place, Palace-gate, W. — 404, 468 
Wright, F. A., 69 Waterford-road, Fulham, S.W. — 1744 
Wright, P. J., 12 Locket-road, Wealdstone, Middlesex — 13 16 
Wright, R. H., 2 Harcourt-buildings, Temple, E.C. — 938, 1077, 

1098 
Wright, S., McLean's Gallery, 7 Haymarket, S.W.— 767 



1907.] THE EXHIBITORS. 159 

YVyatt, K. M. (Miss), 15 Routh-road, Wandsworth-common, S.W. — 

917 
YVylde, T. (Miss), Studio, 11 Douro-place, Kensington, W. — 898, 934 
Wyllie, C. W., 8a Elm-tree-road, St. Johns-wood, N.W.— 8ll 



YEAMES, W. F., R.A., 4 Campbell-road, Hanwell, W— II20 

Yates, F., Rydal, Ambleside — 871 

Yglesias, V. P., 28, Grove-end-road, X.Y\\ — 179 

Young, C, 6 Lancaster-place, Strand, W.C. — 1573, 1582 



The following Academicians and Associates do not exhibit 
this year. 

ABBEY, E. A., R.A., Chelsea-lodge, 42 Tite-street, S.W. 
AITCHISOX, G., R.A., 150 Harley-street, W. 
ALMA-TADEMA, Sir L., O.M., R.A., 34 Grove-end-road, N.W. 
BRAXGWYX, F., A., Temple-lodge, Queen-street, Hammersmith, W. 
FRITH, W. P., R.A., 114 Clifton-hill, N.W. 
SHAW, R. XORMAX, R.A., 6 Ellerdale-road, Hampstead, N.W. 



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