Magazine, The Studio: An Illustrated Magazine of Fine and Applied Art, volume 49, number 206

The Studio Ltd
Holme, Charles
Wood, T Martin
Frantz, Henri
Erskine, Steuart
Margaux, Adrian
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14 May 1910

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The Studio: An Illustrated Magazine of Fine and Applied Art, volume 49, number 206, was published on 14 May 1910 and edited by Charles Holme. This magazine contains numerous advertisements for galleries, manufacturers, art supplies and art schools, as well as illustrated articles, exhibition and book reviews, and information relating to art schools. A number of pages are missing from this magazine including, it seems, all colour supplements.

The Contents include: Mr Robert Anning Bell's Work as a Painter by T Martin Wood, including 9 illustrations; The Charcoal Drawings of Henri Harpignies by Henri Frantz, including 8 illustrations; The Exhibition of the Societe des Peintres et Sculpteurs in Paris, including 8 illustrations; Sir Hubert von Herkomer's Lithographs, including three illustrations; The Drawing of Lady Waterford by Mrs Steuart Erskine, including 8 illustrations; The Society of Graver-Printers in Colour by W Lee Hankey, including 8 illustrations; The Paintings of Enrique Serra by Adrian Margaux, including 5 illustrations; Studio-Talk, a section devoted to exhibition reviews from correspondents in London, Paris, Berlin, Vienna, Brussels and Stockholm; Art School Notes, news from art schools in London and Liverpool; Reviews and Notices; The Lay Figure: On Principles and Traditions; Awards in The Studio Prize Competitions.
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14 May 1910
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Soft cover printed in black ink. The pages are printed in black ink with black and white photographs and illustrations. Tissue paper is interspersed between the pages.
Height x Width: 297 x 215mm
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