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Matters ?/ art
?arles Ricketts and Charles Shannon?Two
British Artists Little Known in America
?Then Ardor in the Quest for
Beauty?Drawings, Paintings
and Sculptures.
II, ?:?.*, \l. I OKI l-so/
N ;
I ig
making
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.??il
mi ? ' lo
. pov er. To
*, . iiov i:....:.
? HAISI l - Kl? Kl II S
gl
i r example, ?as a
ton? a t?; Now that the "Re?
i. .1 Cnll
? s n i he w Ind
mltted to b?
. lus undenlabl?
thcmselv?
T ' whole
inder?
haracteristic lead
? nd i ??* tal ele*. -
i for any si.lid ? "ii
mation of a
? . ,i id'lll.
affirmed v ?u
? ? lime
which
? '
un thing ?r
'
ni
-
Th.' lit.
? ;ir m this
taking ni? ?lis
London
-
rrai< ml" t ,-.-.. - : ilklng,
ut the
-
!;
-
f th? Bei
lin Phol
A Pair Dedicated to the Cult o?
Beauty.
It B !
Ispei -
? i upon !?
? The Va
idioi and hoe
ting ti;* n.
making ol
ii- would ?.n*..
fixai nui ib? : ? :
? m . ed i.
? xploitation
I.e.
? i to" a
t* n t h us?a si
of R
' Ita ind Wiili..m
e all, th? ;
? ?
ilble ithfu' J
'
i and by, at
eon '? quite Irr? guiar ?late, the Becon?!
n um bei ..!' "TI i ' ..:u ?..? u and
* -.. i I Impn -.. ma u i
? ? | 01 fourth ever printed? Wt
.1" u"t knew. and we mu I confess thai
lly th? *i" d hardly to
matter. I' b< c im.n 1 hat Shannon
and Ri< ketta w? r? doing things that
v . re, ai 1er all, b< tier woi th while.
Their Imprlnl ipp? ired upon som? p 1
tc-ct 1.ks Th? Val Press ? .?ni?' lnt?i
? \. 1 ? cd functioi no
Morris. More
and ni"!". i"". Ihe found? 1 I'
rtlsl l u.? *,? -
R ? ' is and hi li'.ui.'pli- !?.
Shannon ca n ?? Into vi? w. Pictures and
bronzes follow? .1. Incidental^ Ri
w 1 ote a book on the Prado " huh ?ii -
i him a- a critic of UHU- ual weigh!
and charm. Tho \ ersatilit) "f the pair
p .iin"l inter? st in their pro? e? dings,
and, ?? more, the things they
? roved that they *?*? 1 re nol
bul were true artists. They have
n..!. any more than Beardslcy, made
? ? ? 1 cont? mpora r) I'.i Itish art. B I
have made additions to it rebuk?
banality ?.f Burlingtoi H
I ser? ne aul
ii ."in Ion far antedating "TI ?? 1
1.. ok." Holding t'a ' t . the nobles
? ? ? ?- imve put met! ng of the
* of 1 he old mast? 1 ? int.? their -.
this i iblti? "? il ami
logui i?i hand ?
ivlllch a:
union tl t he
? .
Watl Hail ' ? i: etti, llotti
' elli, l '? la? roi> d tli "H |?nei I nnrm
rhia" i la ? of i he
H na h ?" ' m" in ? I Ion.
I'.i'l \ . ; t is ?
l..-t ?ii th.- 1 is-1 .1 i-i cited will?
anything like Imltati? n.
engravings foi U
ioua thai t hej simpl* \x> m to
"Hypnerotomaehia" and helped them
selx ".-. Bui at I? i-i i h ? xx ere utterly
??ati'liil about it .MM, I"
that
hold them hlann ? ?
..'?" fol ? ":
lite uni"'!' h? 'i th.
ess? ntial ". ginalil I
Mi? ir work. Their attitti
wiiii x hu. \\i? i i.i 11:.
WkWWamoWL_ :?**<-?__?_- -
Mil. SAlTHIHK BA.
. i ?., 11,.. i.ainl ina bv ? 'l...
'. ? have be? n able to do tl .
il a e
themselves to b? cut
?; r producti ? fall easily < nough
: Is .?
little diftli di lo ill
the two for a i ? ason b? i
habit of mind which the) share. They
.
enta of
i ? .- .* through i
'. ;
nil. 11:1.1: I-DK4V8IL
.. u.? drasrlaf t,y Charlea flicket tai
the "id
r
* . ould niai-.
. . . .. ? t tha
*
men hai ? rang? ?! ami
lerpl in art. Ii
? ! *
nfluei a of this ?.i* thai his!
manner are moi ? 01 less faint I?
, , ptlbl? Mut chiefly * ..i? '? .1 I ii.il
I :,. t w i 111 .
I .1? meant, *"??' them i1 cull
ti"ii ?
-, . i . ? t ? ?
?
v, huh : ! :
w ?.rid and yet, In the ? le*, ?Uion a hi?
broad virtue su:?< dded to pe?
- *
* ?
?
iplel ? i. ndoi*"a or .i di
Watteau Ji I
m? ' leely a hat
t.. .-.i.-. what 11 ? - ?
tltbesls of the <
be prosa n
? : * ?... 4
'
Churlos Rk-ketts in Sculpture
and Painting.
I
i :. 11 Pe? ' ? ? ' ???*>?
ition - the I
| . . ih?. mil Ibes? an
t happens, th?
own. 1 ' ' ?
, me of the 1 f oui
imposition nor ii
,!,, thes? 111 Iptun ton
tin poW? r w hi? s tab
?
... mo TI * : ire si ii?*?l
. ? houl tin
touch expri i ? .f Uve i
; :..- ?? a wl
too, thai the patina given
? ? ? t'lo.iu? tlona s hould be
and un!
1 tin 'li-a.f
her... ?i r
, , , .
? .?nation .,.
1 ? ?
quac I . ? . rfuris.
? i. el . .]?.
ol !r r I? . -, ?,.- indubil
him,
i ' ? to a n
?
11 Is i
? ' i tur?
? du
?
ni "a it. again m
? cerl
:
ami m M il
it. mV paintinga Mr.
sculp
?
Memoi i' Italian art come
Depai ture
. ; !'? memori?
x\?? look it the "Doi
..' "The Flight of?Cl
Bul i ' ?? n.?I of i .'ti.iiiisi i ?a " qui
rl w?? ai" aware onl
i alnti l'a ri? h, im -
?
i
by th? way, hot?
? ? |i i.?-.' vx 1th the
If * fl n. ? I
i ij .|" th? he wa? not!
met
-m. like t
' : 'man W.'
!? ? ? ; ? lometl
?
H
?
?
md ?ti i - color
? ?
;
'
? i of manu
ed with |
Shannon's Revival of a Vene?
tian Tradition.
'
>?
i irentine il" la voluptu .
i- her? lot ?
moi
Shannon la all I
nd i - ??' ?? hlch
upon the poetic Im ? i
,?, hi. h la- la capable, bul upon ;
of form. He, likr-wist-, ?
.... . ? ?
ills? "\ erii - ' ?
. ml w hen, \'. Itti
puls?
ro wood ' s which n
.f the mosi delicate! ?? allui Ing 11
In the exhibition. Bui th?
omparati?
that ? ' ??-;.:y to Miar v*en I
? ?? which a el a noted ?ta m
?i-ai powers, i
: ? ? v. :.- '.m. He
p ...ii.i t< mi? red b
We not?
listui' tion i" tween him and R
?
ted H ; gy, SO to i
i more mundana order. Bui
aas hla ut Inde? d i I
?mint turna iir- whole ojuea. --f I
P "! I . *|
ibserx ? r, looking only to 1
irk, to th?
?of nude 1 the ?
. sphs ami pslntlngi i -
" . ? Shannon wsa * .torn
and an tan!,.- one at tl .
Hut i*
i. ? ? .m i-:.' finish! s hla i .? ;
? ?i.i poi traita i ir from the model, i
? ?.v. i?n" a ? lew to Mi? .
t h* achieves i .t>*
?f eubj? irtlve ??!Igln, ii bea it d< pend
....ii feeling, opon mood, and?
m? ? more we m
ipon i be si tisl i facull |
?\ " ? n mi igine hi ar nal
Aouiii. a) a Ki\.-n point, tut a from * ?
nod? i aa i > om the prelimlnsi
xii th?- mi' rrogatlon of II ths
a ?.f 11,.- truth i
s xx i ! 1 ?
' a.-.
''" an.i delightfully
' t fitting thai the
v ' this < xhlbi
?ai . i. i sited Th? Marble
i he ? ubji. i Mm ?
' .III
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I
?
this :
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?
II
i ? '.I !
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T
? the
she? i nf form and c? ?lor.
as there watts.
t their impress
upon Mi ,; ad had bla
.
?
did 1? ading ni"ti\,- ? r.
etta ha
?
??i whi. ii \- ?? referred
?
r-eyed
with the i ' ' tter In ti*.? ii..
... . . ? s great ?
-
The Artist Turned Critic, to
Good Purpose.
l* g api oslte * ? de at this
to a t? ? :.?' . I ?k by
? -ne of th.- contribut? rs t?? th. ? \
bition .i isl trav? rsed Mr. i: I
la ? Pag? - ' n Art" i?diaries Bciibner'a
i us whal - i. some sort his
1 "!' faith. As s,,, h If ;~. 1.
sure, t shade m Borne "t
notably th?
i; din, M? unler and l?slot n.??-.? .
mom? tai
Mattel ? of taal
? in?
tai
? ? i '.. ? i ? i muai -grant . Im
? ?; i ?? r?
?
? ?. ? |a for hi
alohe ami i,"i for tl ? monun
w hoi? let us turn from
the few j ? k to
those in w hi? h !" w i it? i ..f Pu* is de
? 'ha' ? W .HI* au < ?ru nial
ii? .'erltably
:
. ; manner of pith) .
?
In
Poa ii*.. *
Mr. Rk-kctta del
ilu.se .ni' ii nt. princlpl? s w hi'h
often be? n i ited, w ith the same p
\\. . onf? as t?
in marks thus put
.r~~~Nato.. Jseneaaaageaawtawnrm
| M IN .11 \ \ \ \ l ' I'lIK STATI'I
Even
roiii?'l!'
le, al
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he lu?
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like" hin
bsorbed
; Ing, in
noni? ?.
id - ?
' ? ere is i
nenl
All mo?
?f form, as in I
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f the "1 T
forth by a |
iporl of tl '? leh hai
? -t Idol
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phanta ? He
r
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Hei
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? irn ri ??
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AN AFFECTING PLEA.
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DANIEL GALLERY
SPECIAL EXHIBITION
PAINTINGS BY
MIODLETON MANIGAULT
2 WEST 47 STREET
i ART ADVERTISING
or* o? 1M1;
ART PAGE
OF . Hi.
SUNDAY TRIBUNE
IS GOOD PUBLICITY
t ?i*ui ..: I Old SS thS
spirit the t di Bad it Is An
n ?
i?f the l'uni?
? mi which cl mi *4
( ? '.an:; - I " .Mali- ?
at th. t? - * ? '
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nd among
Maman nt
united
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? ex?
CI ..u aim,
*
The i
wise word-, having in them nol only
opdered thought bul the em rgj
?ommuni? at? d ? ?.*? earnest ?? ? ling, hti,
Rlcketts writes
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of his '
th? ail' I
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aith \\hlch le Written ? that his
ll) readabl? Being ??
man ol non s hon both i" In?
Til. ? ??
in-' drs wn theoi i. The
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.propos ?? ? '?'?? "pi ? ?
point of view he |
of what -, .?nd
tells u< w hat, s e belli ?? * * ? story
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i.i him, ""**< liy, if we artl Is had th? tlm
to go on t he S I
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be read I nalltle .
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