Magazine, The Studio: A Magazine of Fine and Applied Art, volume 90, number 391

The Studio Ltd
Holme, Geoffrey
Wernstedt, Melchior
Morton, R M
Richardson, Dorothy M
Grimsditch, Herbert B
Levetus, A S
Mourey, Gabriel
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15 Oct 1925

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The Studio: A Magazine of Fine and Applied Art, volume 90, number 391, was published on 15 October 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 Stockholm City Hall, an article by Professor Melchior Wernstedt; Einar Nerman, an article by R M Morton; The Art of Isabel Codrington; Mr Harry Clarke's Pictures for Faust, an article by Dorothy M Richardson; The Macpherson Collection, an article by Herbert B Grimsditch, M A; The Lithographs of Ludwig Jungnickel, an article by A S Levetus; Some Furnishings and Decorative Schemes at Messrs Libertys'; Mr Bernard Eyre Walker, A R E; The Paris International Exhibition, 1925, Fourth Article: Regional Art, an article by Gabriel Mourey; Notes from correspondents in London, Southport, Birmingham, Hull, Campden, Edinburgh, Belfast, Berlin, Paris, Milan, Turin, Helsingfors, Prague, Moscow, Poland and Tokyo; Reviews; The Lay Figure: On Modern Art.

The supplements include: Twelfth-Century Medallion from Rivenhall Church, Essex; The Blouse Shop, by Isabel Codrington; Illustration for Goethe's Faust, by Harry Clarke; Dining Room in Virginia Spruce, by Liberty and Company; Interior of the Polish Pavilion, Paris Exhibition, by G Heulot; Nina, by Arthur E Vokes.
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15 Oct 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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