Magazine, The Studio: A Magazine of Fine and Applied Art, volume 90, number 390

The Studio Ltd
Holme, Geoffrey
Harada, Jiro
Bröchner, Georg
Mourey, Gabriel
Salaman, Malcolm Charles
Bodkin, Thomas
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15 Sep 1925

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The Studio: A Magazine of Fine and Applied Art, volume 90, number 390, was published on 15 September 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 article on Elizabeth Keith's colour prints is missing.

The contents include: Old Corean Pottery, an article by Jiro Harada; Miss Elizabeth Keith's Colour Prints, an article by Georg Bröchner; The Paris International Exhibition, 1925, Third Article: Interior Decoration and Furnishing, an article by Gabriel Mourey; Mr Sydney R Jones's Cambridge Etchings, an article by Malcolm C Salaman; Some Recent Additions to the National Gallery of Scotland; A Garden Designed by Percy S Cane; The Art of Miss Norah McGuinness, an article by Thomas Bodkin; The L C C School of Arts and Crafts: Exhibition of Students' Work; Notes from correspondents in London, New Forest, Glasgow, Manchester, Paris, Berlin, Monza, New York, Sydney and Madrid; Reviews; The Lay Figure: On Subject and Sentiment.

The supplements include: Celadon Jar, Korai Dynasty; Six Examples of Corean Pottery; Moonlight, Soochow, by Elizabeth Keith; Tea House, Native City, Shanghai, by Elizabeth Keith; El Médico, by Francisco de Goya; The Widow and the Grave-Digger, by Norah McGuinness; Drop-scene for the Diaghileff Ballet, by Vladimir Polunin; Verbena and Mañana Fresca, an article by Sigismond de Nagy.
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15 Sep 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
Bernard Rice, Inscription, Handwritten
Elizabeth Keith, Inscription, Handwritten
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