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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1913.
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HM213 of the Manet pictures In
the current exhibition at Du-rand-Kuel's
raised very particu
lar rows In Iho course of the
irtormlegt art career upon record, and
yet It to a safe wager that the Individual
who mm them to-day for tho first time
will he mystified at tho dlltlctiltles and
moral contortions that all the world
went through on their iiccount.
They are oxttaordlnurlly beautiful pic
tures, conceived In tho great style, with
every attribute that pli-uses fln color,
unusual backgrounds, charming people
caught mi aware; any schoolboy can sec
It now and yet ho short a time ngo the
entire Intelligent world was tearing It
self to pieces In an effort to have these
masterpieces discredited, destroyed and
their maker disgraced !
One of theso pictures, the Spanish
Singer," was painted near the fceglnnlng
of the artist's career. It was his first
Salon picture and excited no riots. The
"Oarc St. l.azare," tho "in IJateou" and
the "Hlue Venice," painted from thir
teen to fifteen years later, were all riot
. To the calm observer of the I
. hntli the e.irlv ntirt the late nlr-.
Hires finorn all to he painted with the
same honesty. Why the riots?
II- in - ml Ti iitHwer that we tread
upon dellc.tte ground. Human nature
Itself Is silently asnersed. The Dlctures
! nre sincere. Human nature as at pres
ent socially otranged finds sincerity dlttl-
cult. Volt see, the less said upon that
subject the better. Hut forty yearn ago
the most highly civilized people on earth
said these Manets wero ugly, Immoral,
impudent and badly done! We mustn't
take too superior a tone, dear reader,
must we? Had we been middle aged
forty years ago we should have been
probably Just as foolish as Napoleon III.
and the Thnprcss Kugenle, who thought
It necessary to turn their backs osten
tatiously upon these works of art.
Mullet was one of those curiously
constituted geniuses who oltM not he-I
come ni.uhlncllke. The "Spanish)
Sanger" was audacious If you like, and
different from the modified Spaniards i
the French hud grown accustomed to
In nrt. hut if .Manet had repeated at the j
next salon something lu the same key
It would have been tolerated. Unfor
tunately for peace lovers Mnnet never
repeated, The next picture was audu-
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imiii in uii ui,-.--t icu uiaoiiei ii wn
refused. For thirty .wars Manet was'
reftisul, .lust about tlint unie a new
generation had nrrlwd upon the scene
and suspected that M. liit was great.
Manet died That confirmed their sus
picions. Then evet . body knew he was
'puppy lu iier lap. itir little gin iooks
! through the iron raillntr- "Voti call '
that a rallwax station?" sinleked the1
Infuriated populace, who having run-.
Slllercd oVel.l ftesh M.lll". lor tho dozen
years past an Insult to th'lr Intelligence
now went to In pictutes men ly to
he Insulted, Vnii call tint a ullway
station? Wlieie are the Meant engines'
and the ticket takeis and ihe iiorters?
It's not a tallway station and It's not
Thus the good bourgeois' It Is true
j thete are a t-rrnce and an Iron fence at
the Cite SI. I.a:..irv. but the absence In
Ihe picture of what had been .suggested
j by th catalogue t.tl" piocnti-il even!
I tin- guild l'.inptess I'.iiccua- from appre-
clat'iig nt their true worth the adorable
little git I who peers through the rail
ings and the lovely lidi.her mamma.
And yon think surely she would have i
adiiund the little rlepping puppy, the1
deadest little dot 111 pieturedom, finer I
i..... ..ii 'r.t.f.n hiiitii.a rnil,.il I
i ii.in hi, i
1 tut she didn t.
the Kitoeilitr (iallerles two ehl
l.ii'.mi nil! running thai draw, ns
t'i- the-itl .cal tid el liscini nts say.
t inn-' t i-heutjule iiollencs In
town. Thev ate ibe por. raits In oils
bv Aiihiir I.. Haunt ami the water
colors of Venice b V llopliinsion
Indeed the ciush to see .Mr llalnil's
portraits is so great that It Is difficult
to view them; and no wonder. It Is a
veritable beniltv shuvc. n iluaui of fair
women, and all uivsseii to iMTiection.
s.ntotial tieiit .Mr. tlutml not
only understands luauly but draperies
as woll, and the frocks hang much ns
the designers of them hoped they might
when conceiving them acio- the seas.
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vlsjilot.s are eager and Interested and
would be well worth recoidlng had one
but space, l'rom nil that we overheard
two general facts .stood forth, first,
that these beauties on the walls stood
well the test even of feminine ciitlclstn
and second, that the portraits are good
likenesses. Wheio nil the sitters oro
so extraordinarily endowed as these are
It Is unfair to ullow an Individual taste
to state. Its preferences; therefore we
content ourselves with mentioning that
on TueMlny afternoon, nt least, the
thickest of the throngs and the busiest
hum of admiring comment hovered be
fore the portraits of Mts. Cleorge (lould
and Mrs. Waller l.nwl'ohu.
N the winter he minus breakers to
hold back the ocean. In the summer
he paints water calms lu Venice,
We wonder whah i the more difllcult
of Iho two l.uks' People accuse
llopl.lnson Smith of verat.llty, but In
le'llly thele is a i oiillectlng link 1 e
tween the two nppatentlv diverse occu
pations, lu both lie stayM the trou
blous waters. I'tl,ileh wo Imagine he
eNpendH jutt as much ueive force over
the nqiiHifllt as over the nquu pura,
lie must llveu a watir color must be
4leil Into If II Is lu tin 11 to live.
I reop Iinai'.ln th.i an artlsrt dashes
off u water color as an idle pastime
It s noon In Venice, you
know I'h" in list strums Idly
gust nun and there la something dis
turbing In tho ttlr, 'Some of the other
linger nt the luncheon table talking
nonsense, till In one voice about Nietz
sche. Carlotta, the model, bends low
over the table, moodily absorbing an
oratigo red liqueur. Kellpo, Ernesto's
young cousin, reads Casanova In the
big chair by the balcony. Suddenly
he shrieks with laughter.
"(."est tordant, cat Listen, you Chaps.
They were In the. diligence, you know,
and a rain storm cornea up and
"uh. chuck It," says Carlotta, rising
nmlaMy iind closing his lips with her
lingers, "It Is mechant, really. Besides,
we'vo all read that years ago. But
speaking of showers, how It Is coming
down over there, Isn't It? Tho plaz
zotta la flooded. Krnesto, come eeo the
people making for the church In the
rain. See that fut lady. How she runs.
Per Hacco, It's the dticesaal Come boo
the ducc.isa run, Urnesto."
"Chic Idea for a water color," says
r.riH.'to. "Kxcuso me a minute, fel
lows, will you? Oct mo my mackintosh,
"arlotta. I'll do It from that doorway,
f - ee? l'asquale, ho, l'asquale! Where
the deuce Is that gondolier. Suro you
don't m!t:d, you chaps? Carlotta, you
give them their coffee. l'asquale! " Ac.
That's tho woy the wutcrcolors hap-
pen, so some people th,nl Hut l.oid,
liow far, how very far, that Is from the
Slgnor Hopklusoti Smith, we think,
has prohabl had as much to do with
spreading this erroneous idea, broadcast
mi niber very well those earlv ehlbl-
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Show, at Berlin Photographic Company.
strokes more for a gondola, one for thel
hvltnn ntid ttiA nlotitrA renm rnmnlptft.X
At Avery'sl What tender recollections
that name evokes. It was there we first
saw Carmcnclta and the little Miss
Ilentrloo Goelct and wirlous Homers
and those Abbot Thayer roses. It wasn't
there wo first taw Blum's "Venetian
Bend Stringer," but she was another
of thoo after luncheon water colors.
A few strokes of the pencil, a color or
two and then buckets of water flung all
over her. People liked It, But tho world
was frivolous and carefree then. The
day of simple things, we suppose, Is
Tho modern method Is different. The
fact Is, you see, wo sell water colors
now. In thoso days otiier fellows used
to fl.sh them from our portfolios. We
used to protest, saying, "Don't look at
that," and they would rejoin, "Non
sense, Jones, It's great; you should send
It to the society," and sometimes we
would weakly submit, and on the re
ception nights everybody would crowd
around and between bites of sand
wiches and swigs of genuine Munchen
would say, "(Jrcat, Jones I Best thing
y'evcr did, Jones!" and un old gentle
man whom wo all knew ar.d gro.itly
respected, one of tho lending members
of the group that was then called the
Ml Guitarrero," by ndouard Manet.
Hudson lliver school, would approach,
pullllng on his uhlte clay pipe you n
member those long white clay pipes'.' -nnd
would say, "Very clever, Jones,
very clever. Hut don't you thlnl. t. iw
that woman weeping on the i hiireh
steps don't you think that s rather
a heavy theme for so delicate a medium
ins water colors" It wouldn't l'lir i one
in my day, Jones. It wouldn t have
done, I assure you,
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Then too the frightful competition
must be considered. V have been In
formed by one of our war correspond
ents who pussed through Venice lust
summer on his way to and from the
"front' that careful estimates placed
the number of artists In that delightful
resort ut over 2,200 The number hud
been greatly Increased by tho advent
of many Turks, Servians and Bu!
1 gariat's, whoso tun ei tain home condi
tions disturbed their studies ord who
sought sutcense lrom national sot row
In Inking a shy at the ' Salute the
tiludcic i on tho Hrldge of Subs.
The struggle to secure vantage spots
i from which to do the mote dilutable
, subjoe ts may be Imagined. li ttlng into
the opera on Caruso nights is nothing
in comparison. Our war correspondent
told us of Ernesto's scheme. Ernesto
If now the second best known Venetian
water colorlst In the world. The years
have iii alt lightly with him- a totn h
' pet haps of embonpoint and a clicular
bald spot nt the back of his head of
the kind he puts on his monks In church
Interiors, nut tho manner as rice us
Ernesto's schemo Is this: Ho ships
r.'isqijalo to tho spot chosen In uiHnuco
the moment tho dawn breaks over the
Eldo. l'asiiualo begins to show nge,
but his iiowers of vituperation are un
diminished and his Immense fimlly
connections enable nun to marshal a
small army that usually Is able t
iicn'iiii ino piace ukiihihi me i usncs nr.
the Iiiilgarians, Turks and tiling ling
i llsh lady iiinateurs.
Ilrnesto arrives after luncheon lu his
motor boat. Ilrnesto never was fund
of early morning effects. I'asiiuale has
i already spread u line old rug upon the
stones of Venice, arranged the sun um
brella, a Feat, the box of colors and all
that. After a nod to (lluseppe, the beg
gar, who is always tneie, anil u goon
natured kiss blown to I'iiimmetlii at
tho window opposite, Krnesto takes up
his brushes. In less than five minutes
he throws them down ugnln.
I' lsnunle lu one glance sees where the
trouble Is. Indeed, It Is iisunly tho
same trouble. Lined up In fmnl of
Krnesto upon the quay, obscuring hli
vision of Klammetta comph'tcly, are
five portly American tourlrls with two
children and two couriers, nnd up
tho passageway may be seen una of the
discomfited Ihilgarlatm grinning evilly,
Tho nlr vibrates with I'asiiuale's
language. Tho tourists refuse to budge,
Tho tall courier says h" wishes bin
slgnora to sec ze beautiful mosaic. There
Is In fiu't a miserable piece of mosaic
Just there In a doorway, but slgnora
Is trying openly to see Kniesto's picture.
Tho iiggrcsslvo small boy of tho party
Is already toying with tho color tubes.
Then 1'iirquaIe'H cousin, the beggar,
comes Into play. With tears and Im
passioned gestures he Implores slgn ira
aid for his starving fninlly. Tho tounslH
scornfully depart and Hrntsio once more
by Edouard Manet.
A succession of such scenes makes one
set .oils, and lienco water coloring In
Venice has become a serious nrt. It
is no longer managed between two
puffs of a cigarette. It Slgnor Hop-Mns-on
Smith will himself cheerfully
admit that to thwart Ernesto, his near
est nnd only serious rival, and thoso
Turl nnd tourists and English ama
teurs requires as much business acumen,
foresight nnd generalship as It does to
land a contiart for a Government break
water. MR MACBETH has arranged two (
picture shows In his galleries
oil paintings by the Socloty of
Men Win Paint the Kar Vr-st, and n
retrospective show of water colors thn
i Is Fmall but marvellously fine In qual
il'y. Of the painters o! the far West, (
si mewhat to our own surprise, wo liked
.e canvas by the eteran Thoma.s
i Moran the best. One would Imagine
i ll at the younger men with til' our
ndihil experience of the Wist woild
sjtpass the e.ilorets In this field, but
It does not eeem to.be so. In Mr. Mo-,
r.ins picture there Is the dellnablo feel- '
Itig of awe reflected In tho work that
the inrly adventurers felt when they
rnran without warning upon these gran
diose natural scenes. As Kenynn Cox
sail recently, tho discoverers In any
line of ar: are seldom eclipsed by those
who follow In the path.
The water colors, which you must
lnlst upon seeing, Include, a number
of Wlnslow Homers, Including some
earlv examples. Home of them have
the black and purple skies that only
Homer has dared to paint and that
tl row lhld, unearthly lights upon the
wa'er nr.d shores. The examples by
1 I.i I'argo Include the well known
girl with the butterfly wings, tread
( upon water and strewing red
( '.s ai d berries, and the small but
wl llv admirable studies by Chllde
Hi s itn give great pleasure.
ART NOTES AND COMMENT.
A comprehensive showing of the tiier-
7 it n'.s of Arlent Edwards may be
s...u in the galleries of I. It. liutler
A I'a fell Madison avenue. It not
iera"y known that In the proofss of
'I- Ivlu iri! thp artist jiatnts an en
gr.i 1 p. ate In n.s many colors ns he
i ,oose for the effect aimed at, lavs
a piece of wet paper on the plate, passes
t e whole through a powerful pre
id nrntncps nt one Impression a many
' red print. This Is a revival
r-'.od fiat was very popular with th
i ik .sh and French engravers of lTf.O.
it fir loo yfars or so after that date
I.e pro ess was neglected.
As i.ttt one Impression Is taken after
iii i painting of the plite It may !
ii t.iat no two nr.- aVUe and the
freshness of fieling in th" i nlor 's a
The ehlh!tion of oontenipmary graph!,
irt of Hungary, IVihemi.i and Austria
ipi ne 1 jesterday nt the Irllu I'h iti
u '-at lie Company. H Includes nvt. h
tl it i- new and strange to our e.ves. a 'id
i n Cie signatures of the artists i -i.
nre an eflort upon our part. 1'or ei
st nice, two of the new candidates f .
p pill.- attention are I.ajo.s rrnviilln
and Erzl IVJerwiry. Joseph Eipp!
Itonni we nltcaJy know. In the ex
haustive review of then, artists in the
alaliigiie Mr. Ihriibaum speaks .if
"This girtnl artist, now In his llftv--econd
i'.ir, was at one time a illill of
Hungary's most celebrated painter.
Munkacsy, who had turned his back on
his native land because the recognition
which meant so much to him was gen
erously meted out by l'ranco and
America. Hlppl-Itonai for a time fol
lowed In his mister's footsteps.
"He came Into tonc'.i with Puvl de
Chavannes, Van (logh, Cezanne, Vull
lard, (lauguln, Denis and their circles
and so cmiiiletely assimilated the Erencti
stylo that his early paintings, which
hang In the Hungarian National nailery
at Hudapcst, and the drawings and
lithographs of that period, might wel'
bo mistaken for Trench works by artists
llkii Toulouse-1 .nut roil or Vullotton.
That entire period of his career Is ad
mirably described in his fascinating
book of 'Itetnlnlscences.' which ought
surely to find a translator.
"In spite of hl.s success In Paris, how
ever, Kltipl-Ttmi.it begnu to feel the call
f his Magyar blood and he went back I
,,. , ,,,..,, 1,,,-. Iiiila.-.. to begin
new ciirci r. There he now lives among
his vine covered, undulating hills, In a
grove of noble trees thioimh wli..se
arches he sees the peasauls working
amlil golden waves of ripening wheat.
"He has the true .Magyar's ihapsodli
temperament, and each etching, drawing
or even painting Is an Inspiration Inter
preted In a single sitting with tho fierce
enthusiasm of which onlv a e-iiuntryntan
of IVtoll Is capable Thn etchings will
make an average Whistleiian thdiM. r
nnd his color will seem a daring s.ici ilb e
of nature to those unl'aniilar with Ho
brilliant colors of the Alfuld and tt.e
principles of the so-called expression
ists. The vigor of a line stronger than
Vou (high's Is natural to this toliust at
tlst. and the glowing yellows, Intense
blacks, greens, reds nnd blues will al
ways make the blood of a Hungarian
The Orovenor Thomas collection of
stained glass now on exhibition In the
Charles gallery, "IS Fifth avenue. s a
notable assemblage of ancient examples.
Among the other panels a medallion 1
with tho head of "Our l.a'dy as Hie
Hilda of Heaven" Is of a specall rate
typo nnd Is excellent 111 workmanship,
Tint heraldic work of tho Kngllsh In
eludes the Hals setles, the Johnson
setlcs nnd a beiutllul display of the
The I'ictich, Flemish and Swiss sec
tlons Include many characteristic pieces
ol (rrcat distinction.
Successors to Arthur Tooth A Hon
' of the
, Early-English School '
Sir Henry Raeburn, R. A.
Sir Peter Lely
; Sir William Beechey, R. A.
John Constable, R. A.
537 Fifth Avenue, New York
and Etchings of
DECEMBER, 2 OlS
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31 East I2th Street
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