Magazine, The Studio: A Magazine of Fine and Applied Art, volume 90, number 392
The Studio Ltd
Fletcher, Frank Morley
Levetus, A S
Walker Stephens, Jessica
Grimsditch, Herbert B
14 Nov 1925
The contents include: The Work of John Platt, an article by Frank Morley Fletcher; Modern Viennese Hand-Made Lace, an article by A S Levetus; James Durden, an article by Jessica Walker Stephens; Mrs Gertrude Massey's Water-Colours, an article by Herbert B Grimsditch, M A; The Pottery of Mr Bernard Leach, an article by Michael Cardew; Three Etchings by Nicolai Hammer, an article by Georg Bröchner; Shop-Fronts at the Paris Exhibition of Decorative Art; Harry Maasz, Garden Architect, an article by Jarno Jessen; Notes from correspondents in London, Hatfield, Shrewsbury, Edinburgh, Paris, Berlin, Vienna, Tokyo, Budapest and Buenos Aires; Reviews; Correspondence.
The supplements include: Entering the Port, by John Platt; The Green Sun-Blind, by James Durden; A City Gate, Falaise, by Gertrude Massey; Flower-Piece, by Léon De Smet; Illustration for the Fioretti of St Francis, by Gustav Végh; V and D Bricks withstand the most powerful friction, by G Scolarli.
b) Correspondence page from an issue of The Studio, pages 119 and 120. This double-sided page includes three letters to the Editor of The Studio, including a letter from Bernard Leach, a British studio potter who comments on Mr Grigson's article in the November issue of The Studio. Also included on this page is a photograph of a Slipware tea set by Bernard Leach.
b) Printed in black ink on paper with a black and white illustration.
Height x Width: 290 x 202mm