Magazine, The Studio: A Magazine of Fine and Applied Art, volume 89, number 384

The Studio Ltd
Holme, Geoffrey
Gaunt, W
Salaman, Malcolm Charles
Gangoly, Ordhendra Coomar
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14 Mar 1925

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The Studio: A Magazine of Fine and Applied Art, volume 89, number 384, was published on 14 March 1925 and edited by Geoffrey Holme. The magazine contains numerous advertisements for art exhibitions, publications, galleries, manufacturers, art supplies and art schools, as well as illustrated articles, exhibition and book reviews.

The contents include: The Art of Mr Harry Morley, an article by W Gaunt, B A; Mr Edmund Blampied's New Drawings, an article by Malcolm C Salaman; M Léom Pichon's Exhibition of Books at the Plantin-Moretus Museum, Amsterdam; Modern Indian Art at Wembley, an article by O C Gangoly; Mr F E Osborne's Cast Lead Work; The Work of Livia Kádár; Notes from correspondents in London, Bristol, Wales, Glasgow, Dublin, Paris, St Moritz, Naples, Berlin, Tokyo, Moscow and Vienna; Reviews; The Lay Figure: An Interior Decoration.

The Supplements include: The Escaped Macaw, by Harry Morley; A Paris Bridge, by Edmund Blampied; Jamuna, by K N Mazumdar; The Milkmaid, by B Sen; The Edge of the Town, by E A Taylor; Pesci, by Vincenzo Irolli.
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14 Mar 1925
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Soft cover printed in green and black ink. The pages are printed in black ink with black and white and colour illustrations. Tissue paper is interspersed between the pages.
Height x Width: 290 x 210mm
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