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LORD KITCHENER OF KHARTOUM. 

A. S. Cope, a R.A. 

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ROYAL ACADEMY 
PICTURES 



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illustrating 
The Hundred and Thirty-Second Exhibition of the Royal Academy 



BEING THE 



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LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK & MELBOURNE 



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Royal Academy Pictures. 1900. 



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THE DRINKING PLACE. 

STANHOPE A. FORBES, A.R.A. 




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MARTIN J. SUTTON, ESQ, (OF READING). 
Henhv T Weuls, R.A. 




THE LADY MAYORESS (LADY NEWTON). 
HeNRiETT-a Rae (Mrs. Ernest Normano). 




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THE CROWN OF LOVE. 
■■ TI,o„gh Heauen be mar, /'m m«ra and weld rest. 
My comfort, joy: all whom I loue the best 
Hre of the earth-ma soul's ideal farewelll— 
Flesh is too frail to follow more the quest." 

William R. Colton. 




WEED FOR THE PLOT. 
JOH^J White. R.I. 




WINTER. 
Claude Haves. R.I. 



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SPRING. 

MOUAT LOUDAN, 



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DAISY. DAUGHTER OF EDWIN TATE, ESQ. 
Ralph Peacock. 




EFFIGY OF THE LATE DEAN VAUGHAN (Marel:* 
(To be placed in Llandoff Cathedral.) 

W. GoscoMBE John. A.R.A. 




UNA AND THE WOOD-GODS. 

" The Faery Queen," Canto ui — ix. 



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'I COULD NOT LOVE THEE, DEAR, SO MUCH 
LOVED I NOT HONOUR MORE."— nichard Uuelaoi. 

Seymour Lucas, R.A. 



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FORTUNE. 



Henry A. Pecram. 



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FISHERS OF THE ZUIDER ZEE. 
F. Stuart Richardson. 




'IN THE COLD BLAST." 
Robert W. Allan, R.W.S. 



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MISS LAURENCE ALMA-TADEMA. 
The Hon. John Collier. 




MRS. STOCKS. 



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'IT IS OUR OPENING DAY." 
G. P. Jacomb-Hood. 



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THE FOLD YARD. 
Yeend King. R.I. 



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THE LATE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE. K.G. 
(Study for the Colossal Statue to be et-ected at Eastbourne.) 

W. GoscoMBE John, A.R.A. 



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ORDERED SOUTH. 

John H. F. Bacon. 
e, PermUshr, of Messrs. C W. FaMr.r a.d Co., Ow„er, of the CoM/r/o/,! a.d FMsher, 0/ the Phot<,,.a««re. 



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Royal Academy Pictures, 



PART IE 




20'- X 16i 



BEAUTY S ALTAR (enamel). 
Hubert von Herkomer R.A. 



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A NAMELESS DELU. 

J. MacWhirter, R.A. 
By Permission of A. «. Oyslon, Esq., tht Owner of the Picture, and of Franz HanfstaengI, tlie Owner of the Copyrigljt. 



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'AND NOW THE STORM- BLAST CAME. AND HE WAS TYRANNOUS AND STRONG.' 

JOHS BRETT, A R.A 




THE COURSE OF TRUE LOVE. 



G. C. HiNDLEY. 



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SIR SQUIRE BANCROFT. 
Hugh G. Riviere. 



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MRS. STIRLING STUART. 
Arthur hacker, a.r.a. 



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ETRETAT. 
John Brett. A.R.A. 




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OUR PLAY ROOM. 

HENfllETTE RONNER, R.I. 




GOD-SPEED. 

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"BY THE DARK WATERS OF FORGETFULNESS ' 

C:CRCI H. COUCHTON. R,A. 



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THE EARL OF DALHOUSIE. 

JOHN S. SARQENT, R.A. 



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MISS WOLF HARRIS. 
Luke Filois, R.A. 



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FOREST PASTURES. 

Ernsst a. WATERLOW, A.R.A. 



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THE PLOUGH-BOY. 

H. H. La Thangue, A.R,A. 



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GUINEVERE AND THE NESTLING. 



". . . . nnd after loved it tenderly 
And named it nestling ; so forgot herself 
A moment, and her cares ; "—Tennyson ("The Last Tournament"). 



W. Reynolds-Stephens. 





ROSE AND CLEMATIS : PORTRAIT. 
Phil R. MoflRiS. A.R.A, 



ROSES C Water-colour). 



W. J, MUCKLEY. 




THE DOGS OF DEATH. 



' Beware of the White Hounds whose baying no man hears, 
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Royal Acadi-my Pictures, 



PART III 




CUPIDS WELL. 
Harold Speed. 



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SEAFORD. 
John Brett, A.R.A. 




'TO LIFE AND TOIL, THE BREATH OF NATURE LENDS A TOUCH OF COLOUR.' 

C. M. Q. Orchardson. 



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'SHE GIVES A SIDE-GLANCE AND LOOKS DOWN. 
BEWARE, BEWARE. 
TRUST HER NOT. SHE IS FOOLING THEE."— Longfellow. 



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TOIL AND PLEASURE. 
Edmund G. Fuller. 




HER LADYSHIP. 
Rudolf Lehmann. 



A STUDENT OF THE AZHAR MOSQUE, CAIRO. 

WALTER C. HORSLEV. 



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EQUIPPED. 

Solomon J. Solomon, A.R,A. 



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ANDREW CARNEGIE, ESQ. 
W. W. OULESS, R.A. 



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LADY STEPHENSON. 
A. S. Cope, A.R.A. 



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THE RAINBOW. 

Arnesby Brown. 
B\j Permias'on of Captain Dudley Harvey, the Owner of the Pictuie. 




LEWIS WALLER, ESQ., AS BRUTUS (bronze). 
E. Onslow ford, R.A. 



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SOLITUDE. 

Ernest Partos 



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THE WATER-PLASH. 

H. H. La Thangue. A.R.A. 
By Permission of GeOrge McCulloch, Esq., the Oui.ier of the Picture and Copyright. 



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LAMIA (ivoRY AND Bronze). 

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THE GLOAMING. 
H. W. B. DAVIS, R.A. 




LEE MANOR LANE (water Coloub\ 
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NEAR DUNBAR. NORTH BRITAIN. 

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THE MYSTERIES OF THE DEEP. 



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Permissior of Messs. Bous'td. Vnladon and Co. 



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ST. GEORGE. 
Briton Riviere, R.A. 



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Royal Acadhmv Picti]ri-:s. 

PART IV. 




THROUGH THE MIST OF PASSED YEARS.-/Ceafs. 
Frank Bramley, A.RA 



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36 Inches High 



THE PROPHETESS OF FATE (bronzeX 

Alfred Drury. A.R.A. 



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A. N. HORNBY, ESQ. 
Presented to him by some Members and Friends 0/ tlie Lancashire County Cricket Club. 

W. W. OULESS. R.A. 



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THE WOMEN -STEALERS. 
E. Matthew Hale. 




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THE MARSH POOL. 

TOM MOSTYN. 




MRS. ALEXANDER KLEINWORT. 
Luke Fildes. R.A. 



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




THE SALE OF OLD DOBBIN. 
John R. Reid. 



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THE EVENING HYMN. 
George H. Boughton R.A. 



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"AND THEY WERE AFRAID.' 

Ar;THuR George Walker. 



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FLIGHT OF HUGUENOTS FROM FRANCE. REIGN OF LOUIS XIV. 
G. Sheridan Knowlcs, R.I. 




CHECKMATE. 
Fred Roe. 



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COMING IN ON THE FIRST OF THE TIDE 
Horace H. Cauty. 




A SHEPHERDESS OF THE PYRENEES Vwater-Colour". 
Elizabeth Stanhope FoRsrs. 



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GENERAL H.R.H. THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT. K.G. 

Hubert von Herkomer, R.A. 



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ECHOES. 
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THE TOP OF THE HILL. 

J. C. DOLLMAN, R.I. 




LIGHTS THAT GUARD AND GUIDE. 
Louis GRtER. 



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" And fear and so'row ami srorn 
Kept watch by his head forlorn. 
Till the night was overworn. 
And the world was merry with morn." — A. C Swinburne. 

Alfred Ward. 



W. WILSON FITZGERALD, ESQ. 
Frank Brami-ey, A.R.A. 




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THE DIVER. 
Robert Goodman. 




GENERAL GORDON QUELLING A RIOT AT DARFUR. 

Stanley Berkeley. 
By Permission of Messrs. Raphael Tuck and Sons, the Oujners of the Copyright and hibHshers of the plate of the Picture. 




THE PILLION. 
J. Walter We$t. 



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■'GOOD-BYE 1" 

The 3rd Battalion Grenaclier Guards leaving Wateiioo Staiion, October 21, 1890. 

George Harcourt. 



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MRS. ELMER SPEED. 
Luke Fildes. R.A. 



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LADY CURRIE. 

W. W, OULES3, R.A. 



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VIEW IN ESSEX. 
Mark Fisher. 




WATERCRESS. 
Edqar Bunov, R.I. 



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Arthur Meade. 





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MISS LOGAN. 



Frederick Goodall, R.A. 



THE DRAGON SLAYER. 
Gilbert Bayes. 




LAKE BOURGET, FROM MONT REVARD, SAVOY. 



Alfred East, a.R.A. 



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THE LITTLE DUCHESS (marbleX 

ALfRED DRURY. A.R a. 



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Royal Academy Pictures. 



PART V. 




8 Feet High 



THE LATE PROFESSOR HUXLEY. 
E. Onslow Ford. R,A, 



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THE VIKING'S HOME-COMING. 
"Proud of his royal bride, the richer spoil. ' 

Herbert Gandy. 




PHYLLIS, DAUGHTER OF EDWARD W. MEYERSTEIN, ESQ. 
G. A. Storey, A.R.A, 



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IN ELYSIUM. 
Charles Sims. 




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THE OLD CASTLE, ST. MAWES (water CoiourX 
C. Napier Hemy, a.r.a. 




MISS EVELYN OULESS. 



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C. W. Wyllie. 



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SATURDAY NIGHT. 

Edward Stott. 
B^ Permission of Messrs, Tltomas Agnsw and Sons, tlie Owners of tlie Copjright. 



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IN MAIDEN MEDITATION. 
James Sant, R.A. 



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AT HIS WITS END. 

Alfred W. Strutt. 
By Permission of l^essrs. Dowdeswell, 160, New Bond Street, the Owners of the Copyright, 



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THE DERELICT. 
Julius Olsson. 



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HERMES AT THE POOL 
Henry S. Tuke, R.A. 



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THE KEEPER OF THE KING'S CONSCIENCE. 

Seymour Lucas, R.A. 



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THE WATCHER ON THE HILL (etchinqX 

Herbert Dicksee. 
By Permission of Mesi'-s. Frost and Reei, the Publishers of the Plate. 




PART OF THE RUIN OF THE CISTERCIAN NUNNERY. NORTH BERWICK. 

James Sant, R.A. 



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RONALD. SON OF H. W. HENDERSON. ESQ. 
E. J. Gregory, R.a. 



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A HUNDRED YEARS AGO. 

George Wright. 
By Permission of Messrs. £. W. Saaory, Limited, by whom llii Picture will shortly be Published. 




ATTELAGE BASQUE. 
Stanhope A. Forbes, a,R.A. 



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SEAFORD. 

JOHN BRETT. A.R.A. 




THE RETURN OF GODIVA. 
G. F. Watts, R.A. 



THE LOST SHEEP. 



Alf. U. Sooro. 



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MRS. MONTGOMERIE. 
Henrv t. Wells, R.A. 



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MRS. MURRAY GUTHRIE. 
Sir Edward J. Poynter, P.R.A. 



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UNDER ROBOROUGH DOWN. 
J. L. Pickering. 




SPORT AND SPIRIT. 
Wriqmt Barker. 



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THE LATE MAHARAJAH OF MYSORE. 
E. Onslow Ford, R.A. 



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MAGELLAN IN THE STRAITS 
J. Fraser. 




THE HERO OF THE HOUR. 

Fred Morgan. 
Bij Peruiissioit of C. W. Faulkner and Cn , who will publish ti Phoiogravure. 



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THE HERON. 
BRITON Riviere, R.A. 



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NIGHTS AWAKENING. 
Frank Spenlove-Spenlove. 




MISS VANDERBILT-WACKERMANN AS 
" PALLAS ATHENE " IWateb-Coloob). 

Ellis Roberts. 



THE DENIAL 
Mary Y. Hunter. 



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WIDOWED. 
Marg. Murray Cookesley. 





THE STORY. 
WliA Edwards (mrs Arnesqy Brown^, 



HUDSON E. KEARLEY. ESQ., IVl.P. 
H. Harris Brown. 



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THE PLAGUE SHIP OF THE YELLOW DEATH. 
Bernard F. Gribble. 



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Artist. 

Adams, .T. Claytox 
Allan, Hodert W. , R.W 
AusiONiEii, J., R, I. 

Bacox, Joiix H. F. 
Barkee, Weight 
Bayes, Gilbert . 
Beadle, J. P. 

Berkeley, Stanley 
Bouuin'o:^, G. H., R. 

Beajiley-, Feank, A.R.A, 



Beett, John, A.R.A, 



Beewtnall, E. F., R, 
Brown, Ar.vesby' 

Brow.v. H. Harris 
Brown, ilORTiMEE J. 
Bundy, Edoar . 

Caoty, H. H. . 
Charltox, John 
Clark, Joseph, R.I. 
Clausen, Geoege, A 



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A Grey Day 

lu tlie Cold Blast 

An Autumn Afteruoou 

Ordered .Soutli ...... 

Sport and Spirit ...... 

The Dragou Slayer ..... 

Wishford Bridge on the Wily River : Autumn Mana'uvres, 

with the Northern Army 
General Gordon quelling a Riot at Darfur 
"By the Dark Waters of Forgetfulness " 

The Evening Hymn 

Sir Lovvthian Bell, Bart 

"Through the Mist of Past Years" . 

W. Wilson Fitzgerald, Es.j. 

'"And now the storm blast came, and he was vigorous and str 

Etretat 

The Wind among the Barley 
The Madrip, Trevone* ." . 
Newtraiu Bay, Cornwall .... 

Seaford 

The Mysteries of the Dec]) .... 
Thc! Rriiidiow ...... 

After Heat of Day 

Hudson E. Kearley, Esq., M.P. 

j-Euf-'as leaving Troy . 

Watcreress ....... 

Coming in on the First of the Tide . 
Routed: Boers Retreating ... 
Dumi>lings ....... 

The Dark Baru 

Making a Rick ...... 

The Gap iu the Hedge .... 

By an en-or this iiicture is inscribed "Seaford'' on p. St. 

rJ7 



US'J.S, 



No. in 
Catalogue. 


Page 


2S0 


144 


yoi 


n 


•j'>*) 


59 


an-1 


42 


1039 


187 


2lUo 


158 


6S5 


98 


101)1) 


151 


:i.')ll 


(13 


1S(1 


133 


U4.') 


80 


370 


123 


2:iG 


1.50 


SSI! 


45 


743 


51 


uot 


62 


SG.i 


84 


890 


118 


8G2 


184 


•_>63 


115 


119 


102 


1017 


114 


1117 


196 


1937 


1,S9 


1074 


1.55 


945 


142 


9.')fi 


180 


GOl 


32 


291 


106 


780 


110 


455 


120 



ISDEX. 



Artist. 
CoLLiEE, Hon. Joun . 

Coi.TON, AV. li. . 
Cooke, A. C 

COOKESLEY, MaIU!. MUEEA 

CooPEK, T. Sidney, R.A. 



Cope, A. S., A.R.A. . 

CoEBET, M. Ridley . 
Ceofts, Eenest, R.A. 
Ceowe, Eyee, A.R.A. 

Da Costa, John . 
Davis, H. AV. B., R.A. 



DiCKSEE, HeEBEET 

Dixon, Aethue A. 
Dollman, ,T. C, R.I. . 
Deapee, Heebeet J. 

Deuey, Alfeed, A.R.A. 



Eael, Maitd 

East, Alfeed, A.R.A. 



Edwaeds, Mia (Mks. Aenesby Beoy.'n) 



FAEaUHAESON, DAVID . 

Fehe, Heney C. 
Fildes, Luke, E..\. . 



Fishee, Maek . 
FisHEE, S. Melton 



FoEBES, Elizabeth Stanhope 
FoEBES, Stanhops a., A.R.A. 



FoED, E. Onslow, R.A. 



FOKD, ■WOLFEAM OnSLOW 

Fostee, Gilbeet 

Feampton, Geoeoe J., A.R. .\. 



Feasee, J. . 

Feith, W. p., R.A. . 

Fuller, Edmund G. . 

Gandy, Heebeet 
Glazebeook, H. de T. 
Glindoni, H. Gillaed 
Gloag, Miss I. L. 

GOETZE, SiaiSMUND . 

GoonALL, Fredeeick, R.A, 



Goodman, Robert 

GoTCH, T. C. . 
Gow, Andeew C, R.A. 
Geegoey, E. J., R.A. 

Geibble, Bkrnaed F. 
Geier, Louis 

Hackee, Aetiiue, A.R.A. 



Haigh-Wood, C. 

Hale, E. Matthew . 

Hall, Fefd 

Hankey, W. Lee, R.I. 

Haecouet, Geoege . 

Hayes, Claude, R.I. 

Hayes, Edwin, R.H.A., K.I. 

Hedley. Ralph . 

Hemy, C. Napiee, A.K.A, 



Title of W(.i-k. 

The Billiard PlayLns 

Miss Laurouco Alma-Tadeniri 

The (-'rowii of Love ..... 

The Turn of the Tide .... 

Widowed ....... 

Spring: "In the Spriug-Time of the Year' 
Summer ....... 

Autnniu: "The Sear, the j'ellow leaf time of tlie year 

Winter ; Tlirough the Fells, Cumberland : the Drove in a Snow-cIifF 

Lady Stephenson ....... 

The Lord Kitchener of Khartoum 
"A loving Psyche who loses sight of love" 
Oliver Cromwell at the storming of Basing House 
The Poultry Yard 



Una and the Wood-Gods .... 

"East of the Sun and West of the Moon" 
The Gloaming ...... 

Twilight Grey ...... 

Moonrise ....... 

After Sunset 

The Watcher on the Hill (E/r!ihi<;) . 

The King's (J.ardeu 

The Top of the Hil! 

The Gates of Dawn ..... 
The Lady Iiicliiijuiu ..... 
A Pi-ophct.ss .if Fate {Bronze) . 
Tlie Little Ilurlicss {Miirhle) 



The Dogs of Death _ . 
Lee Manor Lane {U'litt r-ColiHiy) 
Early Morning in the Nene Valley , 
Lake Bourget, from Mt. Revard, Savoy 
A Morning Moon .... 

The Storj' ...... 



War News 

Alderman Jnlm Harrison {SItitiir) 

Miss Wolf Harris 

Mrs. Ale.xander Kleinwort ..... 

Mrs. Elmer Speed 

Hill and Vale 

View in Essex ....... 

A'iolet, Geraldiue, and Constance, the daughters 

Mosley, Bart. 

A Shepherdess of the Pyrenees {Watfr- Colour) 
The Drinking Place ...... 

The Old Biidge 

Trewoof ...... 

Attelage Basque ....... 

George Agnew, Esq. (ISruiizr Jliisf) . 

Lewis Waller, Esq., as "Brutus" {Bronze Bust) 

Wolfram (Inslow Ford, Esq. {liiist) . 

The Late Professor Huxley {Staftte) . 

The Late Maharajah of Mysore {Statue) . 

Joan of Arc ....... 

A Garden of Lyonesse ..... 

E. M. P. Fisher, Esq. {IlemI, Bronze) . 
George Russell Cockerell, Esq. {Bust, Brouze) . 
Lamia (/j/^s7, Ironj and Bronze) 

Magellan iu the Straits 

' * She gives a side glance and looks down . . . Be 
Toil and Pleasure ...... 



The Viking's Home-Coniiug .... 
Mrs. Handheld Jones ...... 

Fro.st Fair, lliSl 

Rapuuzel ........ 

The Dream of the Knight-Errant 

The Market Cart, Egypt 

After the Heat of the Day : near Cairo . 

Miss Logan . 

Wool for the Cargo Boat: Distant View of Cairo 

The Diver 

The Dawn of Womanhood ..... 
The Great Nile Dam, Assouan .... 
Apres {Liploiuii Jl'or/,-) ..... 
Ronald, son of H. W. Henderson, Esq. . 
The Plague Sliip of tlie Yellow Death . 
Lights that Guard and Guide .... 



Mrs. Stirling Stuart . 
" Musicienne du Silence" 
Roscoe Brunner, Esq. . 
Septimus A'aughan Morgii 
Love will Triumph 
The AVoiuen Stealers . 
An Autumn Evening . 
ihaiis 



Esq, 



Orphi 

Good Bye 

Winter . 

Stormy AA'eathcr : Enkhuyzcn Harbour, Zuyder Zee 

Early Morning : Signal for a Pilot, off Gneru'^ey 

The Apprentice's Enforced Toilet 

" Breakers Ahead ! ' Ware Manacle-- ! " 

Oporto {Jl'citer-Colour) 



of Si 



Oswald 



beware I 



No. in 
Catalogue 

9.W 

17 

1935 

216 

975 

620 

626 

6;il 

632 

262 

197 

979 

82 

613 

237 
816 
122 
227 
933 



16 

1664 

341 

40 

290 

628 

•2018 

2024 

90 

1193 

92 

544 

268 

1026 

13 
19'22 

85 
154 
274 
413 
283 

.587 
1102 

334 
6 

875 

997 
1976 
2004 
2029 
1939 
2057 

533 



4,38 
1972 
2039 
1970 
1036 

893 
18 

340 
369 
634 
495 

1015 
586 
181 
581 

1040 
515 



392 
198 
201 
130 
1051 
649 

073 
309 
434 



545 

992 
682 



905 
277 
i;76 
316 
638 

1082 

142 

1218 



rage 

i;i 

28 
10 
23 

196 
76 
77 
78 
79 
95 

162 
51 

191 
91 

18 
107 
113 
116 
132 
iTX 
177 
200 
149 

82 
117 
124 
160 

75 
113 
156 
159 
168 
196 

30 
126 

65 
131 
153 
137 
155 

171 

142 

5 

49 

58 

183 

48 

103 

117 

163 

192 

181 

57 

69 

87 

112 

193 

85 

92 

1G4 

97 

86 

117 

20 

66 

129 

158 

179 

l.W 

25 

188 

Fronliti, 

182 

197 

149 

53 

90 

97 

111 

146 

130 

60 

22 

1.52 

11 

127 

i:,6 

31 

109 

128 



198 



INDEX. 



Hkmy. C. Xapier, A.K.A. 

HeKKOMBB, HVISERT VOX, K.A. 



IIlI.I.IXOFOItll, KOBEKT 

HixDLEY, a. C. . 

HuBLEY, EllWAKD G. . 
HoitSI.EY, Waltek C. 
lUxTER, COLIX, A.R.A. . 

HUXTEH, J. YOUNIJ . 

HuxTEE, Mary Y. . 

Jack. Kiciiard . 
JAroMB-HooD. G. P. . 
John, \Y. Goscojibe, A.K.A. 

Joiixsox, C. E., K.I. 

Kemp- Welch, Lucy E. 
Kexxixotox, T. B. . 
KiXG, Yeexd, K.I. . 

KnOWI-E.S, G. iSlIEEIDAX, li.I, 

La TnA.XGi-E. H. H.. ..\.K..\. 



Leader, B. W., R..V. 
Lehmaxx. R. 
LEKiHTox. K. Blair . 
Lemox, Arthur . 
Leslle, G. D., R.A. . 
LoMAX, John A. 

LOUDAN, MOUAT . 

Lucas, Seymour, R.A. 



LuccHESi, Andrea C. 

JIacoregor, Jessie . 
MacWhihter, J., R.A. 



Meade, Arthur. 
MoxTAXBA, Hilda 
MoxTFORD, Horace . 
Morgan, Fred . 
Morris, Phil K., A. R.A. 

MosTYx, Tom 
MUCKLEY, W. J. 
JIurray, David, A.R.A. 



Nettleship, J. T. . 
XowELL, Arthur T. . 

Olivier, Herbert A. 
Olssox, Julius . 
Oeciiardso.v, C. M. Q. 
Osborxe, Walter, R.H..'\. 
OuLEss, W. W., R.A. 



Padday, Charles M. 
Partox, Erxest. 

Peacock, Ralph 

Peqram, Henry A. . 

Penrose, J. Doyle . 

Peeuoixi, Kate 

Pickering, J. L. 

POMEROY, F. W. 

PoYNTER, Sir Edward J., P.K.A. 

Prinsep, Val C, R.A. 

Rae, Henrietta (Mrs. Ernest Xoriu, 
Reid, John R. . 
Reynold-.Stephexs, W. 
Richardson, F. Stuart 
Riviere, Bkiton, E.A. 

Riviere, Hugh G. 
Roberts, Ellis . 
Roe, Feed . 

EONNEK, HeNEIETTE, R.I. 



Title of Work. 

The Old Castle, St. Mawes (,11'ahr-Colotii) 
Brauty's Alt.ir (E>inmrl) .... 



Tlir Kt. Rev. Tiie Lord Bishoii of Loudon {I: 
Miss Elena M. Grace ...... 

General H.R.H. the Duke of Connauglit, K.G 
Fliglit of tlie Frenc)i through the town of 

War 

Tlie Course of True Love .... 

After tlie Day's Toil 

A Student of the Azhar Mos(jue, Cairo 
London fr<ini the Towtr Bridj^e 

Anchored to the Xets 

"Kings and things and tine iirray " . 
The Denial ....... 



Vitt^ 



Mrs. Stocks ....... 

** It is our oi)einu{j day " . 
Effigy of tlie late Dean Vaughan (Mnr/ile) 
The late Duke of Devonshire, K.G. (/<«»/) 
Autumn on the Wye ..... 

Horses Bathing in the Sea .... 
Recalled to Life . . ... 

The Fold Yard 

The Avon by Bredon Hill .... 

Flight of Huguenots from Fjanee, Reign of Louis 



The Plough Boy .... 

The Water-Plash 

Margaret Frances Greaves . 

Dawn ....... 

"When Sun is Set" .... 

Her Ladyship ..... 

" God .Speed " . 

The Day-s Work Done 

In Time of War ..... 

A Fortune on tlie Throw . 

Spring 

" I could not love thee, dear, so much. Loved 
Alice Constance, daughter of Sir Thomas Richardsi 
The Keeper of the King's Conscience 
Tlie Myrtle's Altar (Jlioiize) 



I not 



The Silent Reciuiem: Anno Domini 1900 

"The Silence that is in the Solemn Wood 

A Nameless Dell ..... 

Over the Sea from Skye 

The Valley of the Fromo, Dorset 

A Peasant Girl from the Mountains: F^ 

Psyche and the Casket of Venus 

The Hero of the Hour 

Rose and Clematis : Portrait 

Coming from the Fair 

The Marsh Pool 

Roses (JraUr-Colijiir) . 

The Colne 

Brig of Balgownie .... 
Ill View of Windsor .... 
A Fair Land is England 



Into the Silent Sea 
Spring: An Allegory 



Mr. Alfred Gibson .... 

The Derelict ..... 

"To life and toil, the breath of nature lends 

Mrs. Chadwyek Healey and her Daughter 

Andrew Caniegie, Esij. 

A. N. HoiTiby, Esq. .... 

C. A. Cripps," Esq., Q.C., M.P. 

L;idy Curiie ..... 



Worsted 

A Pool ou the Medway " . 
Solitude ...... 

Daisy, Daughter of Edwin Tate, Esq. 

The Sisters 

Fortune ...... 

Iduna's Apples ..... 

A Flying Visit 

Under Roborough Down 

The .Spearman {.S/u/itc) 

Mrs. Murray Guthrie .... 

The Goose Girl ..... 



ind) The Ladv Mayoress (Lady Xewtoii) . 
The Sale" of Old Dobbin " . 
Guinevere and the Xestling 
Fishers of the Zuyder Zee . 
St. George ...... 

The Heron 

Sir Squire Bancroft . . . . 

Miss Vauderbilt-Wackermann as " Pallas 
Checkmate ...... 

Our Play Room . . . . 



.\thene 



toui 



XIV 



honour 
n. M.P. 



h < 



TFale. 



Peniu 



col 



sular 



Cohtir) 



No, ill 
L'atatogiic. 

1161 
l;36I 
l.-j.'jli 

Gli.S 

ISO 

1000 
500 
2«7 
96:j 
640 
110 
320 
500 

140 

464 
20.')5 
2015 
100!) 

427 
58!) 



.i.iO 
157 



569 
351 
68 
19!) 
249 
395 
606 
970 
168 
860 
322 
02 

1639 
37 

1964 

1059 
144 
308 
20 
215 
524 

2052 
674 
100 
661 
214 

1144 
558 



486 
139 

254 

985 

1033 
381 
946 
248 
81 
559 
377 
189 

580 
83 

504 
19 

467 
2056 



53 
184 

60 

2054 

160 

148 

1075 

503 
2023 
1061 

219 
69 

568 

1164 

23 

889 



I'age 

166 
43 
61 
87 

143 

37 
45 
ii 
92 
50 

102 
33 

195 

29 
38 
18 
40 
135 

108 

134 

39 

46 

141 

73 

105 

111 

169 

99 

92 

55 

34 

56 

67 

16 

19 

48 

176 

139 

157 

6 

44 

170 

1.58 
14 

189 

193 
75 
89 

130 
75 
24 
70 
88 

164 

62 
138 

139 
174 

,si 

14 

04 
125 
147 
1.54 

21 

35 
104 

17 
147 

26 
i 

58 
187 

22 
186 
101 

9 
1.32 

74 

27 
122 
194 

52 
195 
141 

54 



199 



INDEX. 



Artist. 
Sant, J.vmes, R.A. 



Sakgent. John S., R 

SCHLOESSEE, CaKL 

Sims, Charles . 
Solomon. Solomon J., A. 



SOMEBSCALES, T. 
SOOED, Alf. V. . 
Speed, Harold . 
Spenlovk-Spenlove, 
Stone, Marcus, R.A 
Stoeey, G. A., A.R.A 



Stott. Edward . 
Steutt, a. W. . 
Swan, .John M., A.K 



Ta-?lee, a. Chevallier 
TuoRNYCROFr. Hamo, R.A 
TopiLiM. F. W. W., R.I. 
TuKE, He.ney S., A.R.A. 

Walker, Arthur (I. . 
Waller, Mary L. 
Ward. Alfbeo . 
Wardle, Arthur 
Watkrlow, Ernest A., 



Watson, G. S. . 
Watts, G. F., R.A. . 
Wells, Heney T., R.A. 



West, J. Walter 
Wetherpee, George, R. 
White, Joseph, R.I. 
WiRGMAN, T. Blake . 
Wriuht, George 
Wyllie, C. W. . 
Wyllie, W. L., A.R.A. 



R. A. 



Title of Work. 
Near Diiubar, North Britain 
Echoes ........ 

In Maideu Meditation 

Part of tlie Ruins of tlie Cistercian Nunnery, 
The Earl of Dalhousie .... 

A Duet 

In Elysium ..,...- 

Mrs. Jules de Meray 

Equipped ....... 

John Woodruvv Cross, Esq. 

A Flying Squadron of the OM Srhool 

The Lost Sheep ...... 

Cupid's Well 

Night's Awakening 

A Soldier's Return ..... 
The Lost Lahiair of the Dauaides 
Portrait of a Man in Black 

Philomel 

Phyllis, Daughter of Fdward W. Meyerstein, 

Saturday Night 

*' At his Wits' End " . 

Fata Morgana (Stiitiidti\ Jli-aiizi) 

Pama aud Macaw ..... 



North 



Eso. 



Ecce Agnus Dei ...... 

Archbishop Plunket {Sketch Model for Stattir) 
A L.ady of Quality : Mistress Clorinda shines on 
Hei-mes at the Pool 



th 



"And they were afraid" {Slnli<e) 
Mrs. Micklethwait and her daughter Dyoni-; 
"Aud fear and sorrow and sconi," &c. . 
An Idyll of Summer ..... 

Forest" Pastures 

Pastorale Provenc;ale 

The Land oi Olives 

Prometheus consoled by the Spirits of the Ear 
Tlie Return of Godiva .... 

Martin J. Sutton, Esq 

Miss Evelyn Ouless 

Miss Katlierine V. Charriugton . 

Mrs. Moutgomerie 

The Pillion 

A Golden Valley 

Weed for the Plots 

Mrs. John Morley 

A Hundred Years Ago .... 

Suuset on the Canal 

Blake's Great Naval Engagement with Vau Tromp 



her 



Berwick 



Birthday 



1653 



Nigl 



No. ill 
Ciitalogue. 

911 

115 

233 

856 
44 

9'29 

402 
1024 

'255 

597 
1042 
1073 

380 

G44 

161 

107 

838 

526 
1081 

867 

6o5 
•2014 
1938 

.592 

2021 

619 

359 

2050 
484 
335 
329 
193 
672 
12 

1046 
207 
30 
225 
384 
278 
250 
266 
520 
949 
652 
401 
275 



Page 

114 

148 
173 
177 

64 
134 
166 

61 

93 
100 

12 
184 

83 
195 

71 
7 

69 
157 
165 
172 
174 
189 
190 

47 
32 
100 
175 

no 

lOli 

150 

15 

7*2 

96 

119 

145 

184 

8 

167 

181 

185 

151 

68 

11 

1'26 

183 

172 

36 




THE KING'S GARDEN. 
Arthur A. Dixon. 



BY C,\ssKLL & Company, Limited, La Bellk Sauvagi-:, London, E.G. 




IDUNAS APPLES. 
Iduna, the personification of Spring in northern mythology, possessed an unfailing casket of magic apples. These she gave to the heroes of AsganI, when they 
came to her grove, wearied and worn out with exertions, to make them fresh and young again. 

J. Doyle Penrose. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY, 1900. 



INTRODUCTION. 

The quality of the Royal Academy this year has been a good deal of a surprise. Not only 
is the general level of the exhibition fully up to the average, but it is better than it has 
been for some time past. At Burlington House there is plenty of work that can be 
accepted frankly as representative of the best that our modern school can produce — work 
that is as sincere in motive as it is thorough in execution. Indeed, a display so adequate in 
its expression of the many phases of artistic practice is by no means usual. As a rule, we have 
to be satisKed with Academy exhibitions which only partially illustrate the .all-round merit of 
British art, and balance excellence in one branch of production by downright incompetence in 
another. If the tigure painters .are in good trim the landscape men have been prevented by 
unaccommodating weather, or by some other adverse causes, from doing credit to their 
reputations. If the portrait painters have been fortunate with their sitters, and inspired by 
a special run of commissions, other artists are sulking under the smart of lost opportunities, and 
are hesitating to tempt Fortune when she seems disposed to prove unkind. 

But this year some good influence seems to have stimulated equally all ranks of the 
profession. No one of them is evading its responsibilities, or simply marking time while tiic 
others .are pushing ahead with vigorous confidence. In all directions the same spirit of .activity 
is perceptible, the s.ame keen ambition to m.ake the best of every chance and to arrive at 
results worth trying for. As a consequence, the Academy is more than ordinarily authoritative, 
.and far better calculated to appeal to all sorts of art lovers than it has been in other years 
when .all its sensations have been limited to one narrow range of practice, and all its successes 
have been made by a few men of .assured popularity. It has provided a cheerful contradiction 
to the dismal auguries of the prophets, and h.as justified itself in a fashion that must be a 
little shocking to the people who go about agitating .against it as a one-sided and obsolete 
institution concerned only with the perpetuation of a type of art that has no right to existence. 



ii JNTBOBUCTION. 

Certainly a very large proportion of what is most cre(litabl(> to the artistic enterprise of 
present day workers is at this moment to be fonnd at Jiurling'ton House ; and most of the men 
who are active in the advancement of their profession show themselves there to complete 
advantage. There is great work in portraiture, figure and landscape painting, and sculpture, 
work that will live in the liistory of the British school, and mark this last year of the century 
as one of rare achievement. To decide which branch of practice has the right to claim the first 
place would be a matter of some difficulty, for each one can show examples that deserve far 
more than ordinary consideration. If it is the absolute mastery of one or two special pictures 
that settles the question, plainly it is to the portraits that most honour is due. The astounding 
brilliancy of Mr. Sargent, the sober mastery of Mr. Orchardson, and the elegant individuality of 
Mr. Shannon have never been so triumphantly displayed, and never have these three painters 
stood out so markedly above all the rest of their fellows. But if the decision depends not upon 
a few superlative performances but upon a number of good and earnest works, then the 
landscapes can make out an excellent case. There are memorable canvases by Mr. Alfred East, 
Mr. Mark Fisher, Mr. Alfred, Parsons, Mr. David Murray, and Mr. Waterlow, and many other 
devoted students of nature ; and the sum total of ability that these works represent is great 
enough to be exceptionally impressive. So, too, among the figure pictures, among such things 
as the contributions of Mr. J. W. Waterhouse, Mr. Abbey, Mr. Gregory, Jlr. La Thangue, 
Mr. Clausen, Mr. Edward Stott, Jlr. Frank Dicksee, Mr. Watts, and the Hon. John Collier, 
sufficient material could be found to emphasise the claim of this section of the art of the 
year to chief attention. 

This telling demonstration of the vitality and energy of the artistic creed that is professed 
among us at the present time is doubly valuable, not only because it proves how even the 
most apparently adverse influences cannot diminish the spirit of the men who are capable of 
doing the best work, but also because it gives the most hopeful suggestion of the developments 
that may be expected during the new century. In a space of fifty years this country has l^een 
raised from a position of testhetic insignificance, if not of disrepute, to one of authority and 
honour. If the same rate of progress is continued during tlie next fifty years, British art in 
the twentieth century may be without a rival in the world. But perhaps it is safer to 
say that the way has been prepared for stirring events, and that on the foundation laid by 
the artists of our own times another generation should be able to build something greater 
and more remarkable. AVe have well fulfilled our duty to posterity, and have ended the 
work of the century with credit and distinction. 




AFTER THE DAY'S TOIL 
Edward g. Hobley. 



A/ 



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