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ROYAL ACADEMY

PICTURES
AND SCULPTURE
1915

ILLUSTRATING THE HUNDRED AND FORTYSEVENTH EXHIBITION OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY

TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR OF ISSUE

CASSELL

AND COMPANY,

NEW

YORK,

LONDON TORONTO AND MELBOURNE MCMXV
LIMITED,

Pictures and Sculptures Permission to Reproduce the accorded by Artists and herein contained has been case stricth reserved. Owners, and Copyright is in every

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AND SCULPTURE,

ROYAL ACADEMY PICTURES
1915

3

ft.

4 in.

high

Her Most
SIR

(iracious Majesty the (Jueen
I-RAMl'TON, R.A.

t^MjiiU).

GEORGE

By peritiisdoii

of Messrs. Sandbc,

04 X 46

The Steel- Workers. STANHOPE A. FORBES, R

A.

115x20

Lucerne

:

Clearing

Up

after a

Wet Day

{iVater-Colour).

MARCUS STONE,

R.A.

Cows Ruminating
MARK FISHKR,
A. R.A.

in

tlie

Shade.

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Britannia.
(Pari of the Sind Memorial to King

EdHaid

\

II.

now
10

bein^ erected at Karachi.)

H4MO THORNYCROFT,

H.\.

50 A 4U

The Dowager Lady
JOHN LAVERV,
A.R.A.

Smiley.

52 X 37

Winter Toil.
SIR

ERNEST

A.

WATERLOW,

R.A.

V*21

A
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Destroyer Flotilla
NAPIER HEMY,
R.A.

[iVatcr-Cotout).

\

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size

The
F.

Rt.

Hon. Joseph Chamberlain.
A.R.A.

Edward
J.

Stanford, Esq.
R.A.

[Chalk Draaingy

{Fur the Coiporation of the City of London.)

SEYMOUR LUCAS.

DEKWENT WOOD,

'3

48 X 34

A
14

Sussex

Hammer

Pond.

G. D. LESLIE, R.A.

40

30

Admiral

Sir Albert Hastings

Markham, K.C.B.
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HENRY

TUKE,

R.A.

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Hook and Line
C.

^^'hiting
R. A.

{iVatcy-Colour).

NAPIER HEMV,

Kineton Parkes, Esq.
V.

Life

!

UERWENT WOOD,

A.R.A.

Major-Gen. Sir Colcridj^c Grove, K.C.B.
F.

Life size

W. POMEROY, A.R.A.
3'

30 X 25

Miss Lily Carstairs. WILLIAM ORPEN, A.R.A.

32

Carmania Engaging the Cap Trafalgar
off Trinidad.

24x36

W.

L.

WYLLIE, R.A.

Vopyrighl donnled
will

to the

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Pron/s in plwlogravurc, in aid of the irospilal

the

Fine Art Sixiely,

US New Bond

Street,

IF.

Wounded
C

Soldiers:
A.R.A.

London

69^79

Hospital.

JOHN LAVEKY,

33

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Rosebuds,
G. F. BIRD.

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Ethel,

Daughter of Sidney Dicksee, Esq.
R.A.

FRANK DICKSEE,
40

The

Island Post

:

a Letter from the Front.

24x32

W. H. UARTLETT.

The June Baby.
MIA ARNESBY BROWN,

30X25

Portrait Bust
\V.

{Marble).

REYNOLDS-STEPHENS.
41

'%. ^^i^lp"'

"Steady, there, steady!"

40x60

ROWLAND WHEELWKIGHT. wmtw-ain uar-aF>F-a

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The Approach
Al ICE
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to

Harwich.

six 72

FANNER.

57 X 14

Mass for Wounded Country House.
\V.

Soldiers at a

HATHERELL.
43

Miss Gladys Cooper in " My Lady's Dress."
HON. JOHN COLLIER.
44

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"Where

the echoing oars of

Arge

first

Startled the

unknown

sea."

CHARLES W. WYLLIE.

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Refugees.

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[iWiu-i-Cahm).

EDWIN HALF.

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The
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Hall.

CHEVALLIER TAYLER.

41 X 34

Mrs. James Simpson. FKANK DICKSEE. R.A.

ss

Evening.

40x60

ARTHUR FRIEDENSON.

¥

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Bit o'
H.
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BAIRIJ.

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Sir

James

Mills,

k.C.M.G.

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A.R.A.
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JULIUS OLSSON, A.K.A.
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Mrs. Butt. ARTHUR HACKER,

R.A.

60 X 40

The Merry Monarch.
EDGAR BUNDY.
04

A.R.A.

25x39

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HUGllES-STANrON, A.R.A.

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SIK

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F.-M. Earl Roberts, O.M., \'.C.
W. ROBERT COLTON, A.R.A.

{B,o„zi).

GEOKGE FKAMI'TON,

R.A.

65

SO X 40

Hon. Sir John Rhys. SOLOMON J. SOLOMON, R.A.
Rt.

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The Marchioness
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of Headfort.

A.R.A.

74

36 X 27

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Secret Dispatch.
C. t;o\V, R.A.

ANDREW

75

A
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Dispatch Boat
NAPIER HEMY,

17x27
(iVater-Coloio).

R.A.

The
D. Y.

Ochils.

36x48
A. R.A.

CAMERON,

76

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W.
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Battle Line from
VVVLI.IE, R.A.

Ypres

to the Sea.

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20«30

MARK

FISHER, A.R.A.

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R.A.

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Miss Elaine Barran.

ARTHUR HACKER,

R.A.

88

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G. A. STOREY, R.A.

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{\Vater-Co!oii>).

F.
SIR

D. Bowles, Esq.,
GEORGE FRAMI'TON,

J.

P.

(Marbli).

Ambrose McEvoy, Esq.
F.

Life »ize

R.A.

DERWENT WOOD,

A R.A.
89

Wendy, Daughter
ARTHUR HACKER,
R.A.

of

Harry Whitworth, Esq.

50 X 40

90

Mrs. Claude Pease. W. LLEWELLYN, A.R.A.

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Mrs. Bernard Isaac. SOLOMON J. SOLOMON,
96

R.A.

FfCKt/s will nhortty he pnblUhtu hy the Fiuf. Ari SocUty, 14S Sew Jimid Slrctl, 11'., jrrocceds Jrom tlic sale oj which will be divided between Lelyian and British U'ar Uiiaritiei.

66x126

Where Belgium Greeted
HERBERT
A.

Britain.

OLIVIER.

The Woods
G

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of

West

Sussex.

REX VICAT COLE.
97

Comrades.
J. p.

(3x72

BEADLE.

The
96

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Evening Hour.

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YEEND KING.

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St. Elizabeth.
She distributed bread to the poor during the famine of 1226.
E.

BLAIR LEIGHTON.

104

29x58

Collingwood Breaking the Line at Trafalgar.
CAPTAIN HAROLD WYLLIE,
R.F.C.

25x30

The Rain Cloud.
ARNESBY BROWN,
R.A.

105

Tales of a Grandfather.
FLORA M. REID.

24x36

^'W.

The Thames and Severn Canal
ALFRED PARSONS,
1

(Water-Coiour).

15x21)

R.A.

06

7 ft.

high

SIR

Memorial Tablet to Sir W. GEORGE FRAMPTON, R.A.

S. Gilbert.

107

Arthur Huskisson, Esq,
HENRY
I'EGRAM, A.R.A.

Sir
SIR

Cowasjee Jehangir, Bart.
THOMAS BROCK,
K.C.B., R.A.

(MaMe).

Ill-Gotten Gains.

22x30

CHARLES M. PADDAY.
108

60 X 40

Miss Darley. ARTHUR HACKER,

R.A.
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ARTHUR
J.

Lion.

Flagship of Vice-Admiral Sir Uovid Beatty. First Battle-

Cruiser Squadron, North Sea Action, January 24, 1915.

W. BURGESS.

54x70

Baalbec.

WALTER DONNB.

'27

52 X 40

Sisters.
S.

MELTON

FISHER.

128

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On

the Salt Marshes, Norfolk

{Watcr-Coiom).

20x30

CLAUDE HAYES.

The
I

Foster-Parent.

28x36

FRIiU KOE.
129

36 X 29

Viola
G. A.

(Diploma Work).

STOREY,

R.A.

130

m

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Belgium.
"The lowly— born
to share a nation's woe."

FRANK SPENLOVE-SPENLOVE.

A

24x30

Mother and Child.
13'

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January Sunshine, Polperro Harbour.
G.

niLLYARD SWINSTEAD.

25*30

The Haystack.
GEORGE CLAUSEN,
R.A.

139

44 X 34

The

Friend.

GABRIEL NIGOLET.

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JAMES

H'LL.

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The Church.
ARNESBY
146
BROVi'N, R.A.

25x30

30 X 25

Doris.
HICHAKI) JACK, A.R.A.

»47

Molesey
G. A.

i^Huui-Cuiour)

9/ 12

STOREV, R.A.

Ihe Valley.
FRED MILNEK,
14S

45x60

The \a\c
H<\Nk
1'.

of Avoca.

36x18

IREYBURG.

"Stalky

cS;

Co."
A.K.A.

<0x54

EOGAR BUMJV,

'49

Mrs. Mathieson. SOLOMON J. SOLOMON,

96 X 75

R.A.

150

7 fl.

6

in. loil^

Archdeacon Hemming Robeson.
Model
P. of a Memorliil ircctcd in

Tfwkcsbgry Abbey.

BRVANf UAKFU.

26x23

By

the Sea

(iVafer-Co/owi-).

LAURA KNIGHT.
'5'

The Sinking
NORMAN

of the Bluecher.

40x60

WILKINSON.

A
'5^

Fisher Girl.
r.

21x29
R. A.

LIONKL

SMVTMK,

44 X 27

Bingo.

RALPH PEACOCK.

r

Homc-Coming.
ROBEKT
W. ALLAN.

1S> 72

A
154

I.

Western Valley. LAMOKNA BIRCH.

40x50

86 X 48

J,

Mrs. Knott. J. SHANNON,

R.A.

The Reeds

of

Lake Leman,
A.R.A.

27x33

ADRIAN STOKES.

The Old Apple Tree.
DKNIS RDKN.
1^6

34x25

The

Satin
E.

Gown.
\I(;A.II.

60x48

DOKUIHV

^j)»«C

40x5C

The

Deer-Stealer.

ARTHUR WARDLE.

INDEX
Artist
Al.i.AN',

Title of

Rom

RT \V.
J.
.

.

llome-Coming

...•••
Work
.
.

PaiSc

154

Baird, N. H. Bale, Edwin

A
.\
.

Bit

o'

Cheer

56
52
'.il

Moiiasterv Garden near Florence

Baker, P. Brvant Barker, W'ric.ht
Barti.ett,

Archdeacon The Ford

Hemming Robeson

W.

11.

The Island
.

I'ost

Beadle, James
Birch, S. J. Bird, G. F.

P.

Lamorna
J.
.

Black, Arthur Board, Ernest

Brock, I-^dmond Brock, Sir Thomas, K.C

Comrades A Western ValUy Rosebuds The Place of the Spirit of Sleep Nature Cast Out •,„•,,1 Royal Billy, Son of Major C. Crookshank, 3rd
. .

...• ...••
.

•,

:

A

Letter from

tlie

Front

117 41 98 154 34 iio 35
ish

Sir Sir

Cowasjee Jehangir, Bart. Walter PrideauN
.

....

Regiment

III

108 145
8

Brown, Aknesuv, R.A.

Brown, Mia Arnesbv Brown, Mortimer BuNDY, Edgar, A. R.A.
.

Wide .\Iarslies The Rain Cloud The Church The June Baby
Bereaved

105 146 41
1.35

The Merrv Monarch
Stalkv arid Co. The Roaring Lion

64
I4<>

127

Burgess, Arthur

J.

W-

Cameron, D. Y., A. R.A. Clark, Joseph Clausen, George, R.A.

The Ochils News from the Front
Winter Morning
Renaissance
:

Interior

Cole, Re.\ Vicat Collier, Hon. John.

The Vallcv The Haysta< The Woods oi
I.


.

76 133 20 82 112
».39

\Vl>1 ^lussex
I>ies>

07
37 44

Vernon Bovs, F.R.S. Miss Gladvs Cooper in My l.ady'n
Prof. C.
.\.R..A.

CoLTON, W. Rouirt,

Sir G.

Robs-Keppei, K.C. S.I.

,

K.C. I.E.
3/

INDEX
Anist
Title of

work

Pate

COLTON,
Cope, A.

\V.
S.,

KOBERT, A.R.A,
R.A.
»i
.

V.-U. Eail Roberts, D.M., V.C. Helivv WuikIs, lisq., K..\. The Kcui of Aiuaster

65

COWPER, F. Cadooax, A.R
Dick, \V. Reid DlCKSEE, Frank, R.A.

Bishop Browne Mrs. Noel Buxton

83 79 116 25

The Jov

of Life Ethel, Daiishter of Sidney Dicksce,

Esq

Dixon, Artiur A.

.

Mrs. James Simpson Mrs. Pretymau-Newnian The Victor

DOLLMAN,
DoN.NF,

Walter Draper, Herbert
Drvry, Alfred,
R..\.

J.

C.

" Tipperary " Baalbec

Halcyone James TuUoch, Esq.,

.... ....
.

134 40 i5 94 54 114 127 124

of

Aberdeen

Lt.-Gen. Sir R. Baden-Powell, K.C.V.O.,

K C.B.

19

53
156 141 123 45 131

Eden, Dexis Edmunds, Nellie M. Hepburn Elslev, Artiur J. Elwell, Fred
.
.

The Old

.'\pple

Tree

.

Peggy, youngest daughter of Henry Marshall, Es^ Good Night In My Studio Refugees A Mother and Child
.

.

.

Fanner, Alice
Farqi'harson, Joseph,

R

The Approarli to Harwich. The Fii'st of Winter's Snows The Glory of Departing Day
Spring Flowers
.

42
72 138 103
5

Fearon, Hilda FiSHFR, Mark, A.R.A.

Cows Ruminating in the Shade The Great Elms September White Poplars

A
Fisher,
S.

Vision of the Sea

XIeltox

.

Sisters

Forbes, Stanhope

A., R.

The Steel-Workers The Garden Front
After

....
:

.

16 78 121 128 4 27
71 115 122 143
3

.

Work
. .

The Cottage Door Amongst the Pines
FoRSTER,
J.

Wilson
R..\.

Frampton, Sir George,

Love and War Her Most Gracious Majesty the Quee
George Shrubsall, Esq.
F. D. Bowles, Esq., T-P. Memorial Tablet to Sir W. S. Gilber
-

Freyburg, Frank P. Friedenson, Arthur
Gloag, I. L. Gotch, T. C.
)> »>
.
.

The Vale
Evening

of

....
Avoca
.

65 89 107 149 56 39 126 26
75 48

A Game

" Chantons Beiges, Chantons "

of

Draughts

Gow, Andrew C, R.A.
Gribble, B. F.

In War-Tim2

A

Secret Dispatch
of the Buiinly

The Loyal Men
R..\.

Hacker, Arthur,

Lady Benn
Mrs.'

Butt
.

Miss Elaine Barran

Wendy, Daughter
Miss Darley

of

Harry Whit

,

Esq House

Harcourt, George Hatherell, W. Hayes, Claude

.

Arbroath Whist Club

Hemy,

C.

Napier,

R..\.

Wounded Soldiers at On the S.alt Marshes, Norfolk A Destroyer Flotilla
NIass for

a Country

49 63 88 90 109 120 43 129
13 31 76 84

Hook and

Line Whiting

.

A
Henry, George,
A.R..\.

Dispatch Boat
:.B.

The Black Flag— 1S15
Admiral Sir Albert Hastings Markhani; Spring Morning

15

22
85 115 141 146 36
51

Wilham Wils.m,
John

Esq., J.P,

Millar, Esq.

Henshall, Hexry Hill, James S. hornel, e. a. Hughes, Talbot Hughes-Staxtox, H.,

Words of Comfort A Wooded Vale

A
A.ri

Cheery Salute
of the

The Song
Eskdale

Reeds

Equihen
Jack, Richard, A.R.A.

28 65
Froiuispiece
Bird, D.S.O.
.

Homeless
Col. G. S.

Jenkins. F. Lynn John, Sir William Goscombe, R.A.

Doris Peace in Exile

The

late Ladv Lever Memorial to the late Rt. Hon. Alfred Lyt

Iton,

K.C.

M.P.

123 147 137 23 80
125 98 47 151 62
II

Kenningtox,

T. B.
.

.

Deserted

King, Yeend Knight, Harold Knight, Laur.\

The

Soft Evening
.

Hour

A
By

Flower the Sea

Knowles, G. Sheridan
Lavery, John, A.R.A.

A

Love Song

.

The Dowager Lady Smiley Armoured Car Squadron Wounded Soldiers, London Hospital
Walter Wilson, Esq. Peace The Hills and River Evening Glow
.

Leader, B. W., R.A.
tl t*

..... .....
at

Bettws-y-Coed

24 33 49 6 24 69

15S

INDEX
Artist
Title of
.

Work

Leichton,

Ji,

U1.AIR

Leslie, G. D., K.A.

St.

.

Lindner, Moffat

A
Sir

Elizabeth Sussex Hammer
.

Pond

.

Llewellyn,
Lucas,

In Dutch Waters

\V.,

A.R.A.

James

Mills,

K.C.M.G.

104 14 117

J.

Seymour, R.A.

Mrs. Claude I'ease R. A. Oswald, Esq. . Flight of the Five Members, 1642 Edward Stanford, Esq.
Col.

LucCHESi,

Andrea

C.

Murray Threipland Roused
Robert Yeats
.

Mackcnnal, Bertram, A.U.A. Marks, Florence MiLXER, Fred MosTYN, Tom MUXNINGS, A. [. Murray, Davii), K.A.
.

Tragedy
Mrs.

.....
.

....
:

57 91 143 7 13 III 137
19 144 148 142 lOo 18

The Vallev The Flight
Country Races

London Bridge
In a Studio

Graves of the Clansmen in October Venice Shadow and Shower, Abcrfoyle
.

A Day

NicoLET, Gabriel
Olivier, Herbert A. Olssox, JirLits, A. K.A.

Fire Opal

The Friend

Orpen, William, A. K.A.
OuLESs, Walter W.,
R..\

Where Belgium Greeted Britain. Afterglow Opal Sea The Night Tide
'.

.... .... — .... ... ....
The Start
.
.

...

69
78

86
132
loi 140

.

Miss Lily Carstairs

The Marchioness of HeadU.il The Rt. Rev. The Lord Bishop The Hon.
Colonel H. B. Hamilton C. N. Lawrence
Ill-Gotten Gains
.

of

Worcest

97 58 C2 94 32 74 39
loi 135

Padray, Charles M. I'ARsoxs, Alfred, R.A.
Parton, Ernest

Ralph Pegram, Henry, A.R.A.
]'eacock,

Roses and Clematis Lake Briva, Japan The Thames and Severn Canal Peace By the Banks of the Lianc, France
. .
:

li'ngo

Autumn
Spring

..... .....
Esq., F.S.A.

.

108 70 100 1 06
53 153

A
POMEROY,
F. W.,

Pastoral

Arthur Huskisson, Esq.
Philip

Norman,

A.R.A.

I'rescott, C. B. Priest.man, Bertram

Sir Hercules Read, F.S.A. Major-Gen. Sir Coleridge Grove, K.C.B. Fancy Dress Ball Gusts and (ileains and the Passing Day

Raphael, Mary F.
Reid, Flora M. Reid, John R.

.

Tlie

Eavesdropper

Reynolds-Stephens, W.
Riviere, Briton, R.A. Riviere,

The

Tales of a Grandfather Little Navigators
Portrait Bust

A

Night Outpost of .Xenophon's Greeks on the

....'.
'.

.... .... ....
.

83 83 95
108 137 145 31 136 54

.

136 106 46
41

Hugh

Thousand

arch

i the

Ten
87 61 129

G.

.

Roe, Fred
Salisbury, Frank O.

Dr. E. A. Wilson The Foster- Parent

Shannon,

J.

J.,

R.A.

Queen Philippa pleading
Mrs. Phipps Mrs. Knott
I'ortrait
. .
.

for the Liv es of the
.
.'

Burghers of Calais

Sims, Charles, A.K..\.

The Basket

Smyt

IE,

Lionel,

R..\.
J.,

Solomon, Solomon

Syrid and Pattatos Pastoral A Fisher Girl
R..\.

Spenlove-Spenlove, Frank Stokes, Adrian, A.R.A. .
Stokes, Marianne Stone, Marcus, R...\. Storey, G. A., R..\.
.

Captain Hugh Haillie, D.s'o. Rt. Hon. Sir Jiilm Rliys Mrs. Bernard Isaac Joseph Shaw, Esq., K.C. Benjamin Nussey, Esq. Mrs. Mathieson
.
. .

..... ..... ..."
. .

113 118 155

of Flowers
.

9 47 Co 93
152 27 66

'.

96
103 125 150 '31 21 156 37
5

Belgium
Idyll

.

The Reeds of Lake Leman Little Red Riding Hood L\iccrne Clearing up after a Wet
:

....'.
.
. . . ]

....

Diana

A
Stott,

Lady's Portrait Near Sandwich, Kent
Viola

.....
.

D

Edward, A.R.V.
A.R..-\.

Molesey

.

Strang, William,

SwaishI F. G.". SWINSTEAD, G. HiLLYARD
Sy.monds, W. R.

The Entombment The Sacred Pool The Red Cloak Danae
F'riday

67 85 89 130 148
81 102 17 23 144 139 133 51

.An Arabesque January Sunshine, Polperro Harbour

.....
.

Talmage, Algernon Tavler, a. Ciievallier

The Elm Tree The Hall

52

'59

"

I
Artist

N

1)
cil

i;

\
I'uftc

lillc

TlIOKNVCKOlT, H.\MO. K.A.

Hritanni.t

...-,.
Wuil.

F.-M.

liail

Riihi-ils,

TiTCOMii, \V. H.

V
K.A.

"

Toft, Albert

.

Lieut. N'oniian Doii.ililsim, K.F..\. Norman Sliaw. R..\. Consi-rvi-t i-orf>iis lumii el ir.iimam The BatluM-

TuKE, Hexrv
\'icaji,

S.,

"

I'lilly

Haiiley

A
!•'.

Bathing Giuup

pokotiiv

The Satin Gown

Wardle, Arthur Waterlow, Sir Kkvp^t A

The Dcer-Stoalor
,

K

Winter Toil

The Breezy

A New
On
Tlie

Hillsiilr Year's i;vcniiig
.\lps.

the

Wengern

Cabbage

Patili

West, J. Walter Wetherbee, George
WlltELWRlCIIT,

St.

George of ICiigland

RoWLAXn

.

Spring I'asses .\ Suinnu-r Sea ' Steady, there, Steady "

.... .... .... .... .... ..... .... .... ..... ....
. . .

\A

10 19

tunm
.

29 iig I.H

MS
')

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30

156

12 17

Winter

.

68 92 120 50
.lS

.

While, Kthel Wilkinson, Niikman.

WOLLEX, W. B. Wood, F. Derwext, A.R.A.

Tlie Scroll of Honour The Sinking of tlie Bluechei l.andreeies, lo p.m., -Aug. 25, iqi4 The Rt. Hon. Joseph Chamberlain

119 42 141
f>g

WvLUE, Charles W.
Wylue, Captain Harold, R.F
WVLLIE, W. l" K.A.

Kineton I'arUes, Esq. William Pitt, l';arl of Chatham ,\mbrose McFvoy, Esq. ' Where the echoing oars of .Arge
.

13 31 53 89
4.i

Startled the

unknown

s?a

"

first

Collingwood Breaking the Line at Trafalgar Nelson in Chase of Villeneuvc Bringing in the Wounded l.ioii Carmania Engaging the C«/) Trafalgcu- oft Trinidad Masters of the Seas The Battle Line from \'pres to the Sea Portsmouth in War-Time
.

IQ5 121

....
.

20
33

73 77 113

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J.

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