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ILLUSTRATED BOOKS
SOME ADMIRABLE BXA-fPU.8.
Tr> praise adequately Is ever ?mo of thr
delicate i,f literary obligatl? ns, and wh?
author eulogist happ? ns to be ?in.?'s own
the task requires to be lifted Into the reg
fine art. Duma? the younger is an ,-irtls
his letter prefatory t?. the new holiday e
of -The Thr.e Musketeers" (Appleton &
proves that hi? is worthy of his illus
parent. He praises him not timidly, not
apologetic qualifications, but with tin? f
and Kiist?. which the creator of the imr
Tin-?'?? demanda by light. "Do you bel
said Dumas p-r.? to his s??n, some twenl
jreara ago, "that anything I have wrlttet
?arrive m???" "Much, Indeed, will survive
replied 'in? younger man, and it is in this
?if asaurance that he pasaea from ills fa
deathbed and the tender recollections suit
ing it t?, th.? consideration "f his fat
ent fain.-. That i? untouched of time, ;i>
und ??s t? nu founded as it ever was. a? ; th?
edition of the great novelist's masterpiece
timely and acceptable a holiday book as
be dealred. Maurice Lelolr has provide?
Illustrations for the two mil volumes, and
lii?* Unit th?? r pe? i. l is flimsy and '
I?.-lient, th.- publishers have given his pi
eaque design? fair treatm? nt. The blockt
v'.l printed. Th? > de? rv??d ?.. be, foi
Lelolr is a capable draughtsman, who k
well tin? period described i:: thi.- romance,
h?? has Illustrated it with ;?.:' much anlmatl?
spirit as fid? lit) t" hh torlcal facts, li is
oust) th.- seventeenth century he portrays
????titiiry ..f th. pr. al King ; ' I tit*- gil
Cardinal; and, tli- ?uu:it ?he matchless hero?
the book have st?mehow not quite the fac?
these pictures that ever) reader ??f Dumi
bound t?? Imagine for himself, the i" rl and
liage "i tin m all are happily caught, and
nt-'? entirely convincing in the sketches w
allow them in action. Tin* distinction i?'t*
those Illustrations and a design like thai
page I'M, for example, which Illustrates
episode of relaxation and quiet, testifies t.
Lelolr's keen sympathy with the text. H
aware that th" magnificent fighters ?.f Du
wen* n.-ver s?? vivid, never bo true as when t
?words were <-v.\ ?.f t?:,-ir scabbards, it is
Inevitable, th?> flrsi observation "ii Dumaa,
WC wonder tint tin.? translator of this edl
has ii"t f. It it.; force as deeply as has M. Le
Like the latter, he is accurate; but, unlike
latter, he n':?s.s the Indomitable exuberanc
iHimas, the lusty music ttiat rinps "?it fr,>m
rapid writer's pr..so an?l communicates It
t?. the reader with auch swift sureness.
Robaon's equivalen! f"r his author's rhel
will pass, but he has not caught lils auth
style?thai easy, nervous play of langu
which is n?i style rtt all. if you compare it \
classi" models, hut that is very nearly a els
its. if in its sufficiency and warmth. l"i
spire?! as this translation !?'. it remains a pi.
lire, and it c.?m.?s not any t" ? so 'ti after the
pearance uf the edition already familiar
Fl*) ace.
We have spoken of t^c? beauty of \\ Lei
t?)-.- ? Itallt* ? h - : ? ? : ag? - calls
high praise, and there is much t i ad
backgrounds he ha? glv n them. !'? n the tex
the thing, and it Is hai ! t ? i? ave It et n f >r
artli We have no su
to t!:^ g? niai Hercule? ol i' -it 7: an -,
romanee ai ywh? re. Mr. W? >man's l ks m?
him n ?ar r k?n t ? Scott than to IJ
1 ver f those 1
waa unique, that li pit ? it 1
owed to the Bcol ! w man, and a s
tary. In I is. S
never lost the fragrant freshness "7" tl
awept lochs a Is, ev? n w weni abr
end gave '.?s "Quentin Durward." Dumas i
?equally natural, I il h h ? i In him an Inte
Southern .-:? mpathy fo?* pai
waa also a spectacle; ai
? I? " nta ;:; his spell thnl I ? app? a!? I
tvilh a pel feet il d ol ?.:.:;.
of an art t). ?t w uld be theat
go true. Th ? I I? why th new ed win?
slant recognition. With Dumas In 1
Lelolr In the pictures, one gets the :
glimpses of fairly Irid - ? m roman? ?
This element of c lor cornea curiously to
garfa ?? li ? w k the v< ry antithesis f 1
novel by Dumaa To turn fr im his > :i inii paj
to the stillness f Omai Khayyam Is like pass!
from noon Ide Into sunset glow. Yel the li
? blood of literature, its rl n hue? and burn!
F vitality, exist ai potentially In the "Rubalyi
as in any work of prose ti -tlon, and more th
e\?r does it seem so In the edition whl h Houi
1 ?n. Mifllin ft Co. publish, the edil ? ?
jr. ? 1 by v> ?lei's illustrations. Therein you 1
ili<- varied glint of Omar's vr<<\ brilliant In
self, as it has always been, and with its mai
aided burden express? 1 subtly In the drasfini
though the lattet are In m n ; ? ?? The - ?? 1
Vedder' 1 1 ??-.- In ? ittlng thi? feeling "f ral
bow color it.;?. his drawings Is thai
ti'.n of farm, his statuesque outlines, never ma
;? . * :. :li . never Ian 1 him too n*<^.!;.-.
the ncrei wl Hi ???- I? beau! y orf 1 ;
lies In t-'l rlfylng the a? tual with the Imaj
and the Ideal. Omar was one of the flrsi of t
r- illsts, ' ne of the flrsi : question lit"- - with ey
wide a en. l tul his 1 s all shot 1 hroui
with tin- golden thread? ol I fancy ai
r. tap] or, li is all suffus? ?1 ? il vapo
<?' Orl ntal dri im. Mr. Voder's Illustr?t!??
faithful t ? the splrll ol the p et, - . :? ..I ? a<
group of ? I ise In an a
rii".i-ph' re f as ind erm nat? * .-? . :i ? ?t.
own. Ills fli ;uenes 1 Ini
get the.? : Is a full ha
of ( i..-,ar. Th a ; ? ? ., that I???
Sytnbol whl h s> ems t ? carry an? eanli
every time It ai never 1
Ina I Imp ?rt, la accoii
j. mIment? l ht which modern I
lustration h:'s pr due 1 And Iti value |? thai
|;- n t in th.- lea l arbitrai > '1 he motive is t,
newed ?'ii ever) page, and by mere force of rep?
tkion ' nveys the Unite Impression ?
life .?nd ?hath of whl .1 I! is emblematical; bu
Ilk? : ie R . .-. j ? th? n never ?!?
]>r.v? - the readei ' the prit il r ? r? ad ns hl
?,'.\.: of < ?ma 's phll - iphy Into <
lin.-s. P fixe? an Impression, bul the Impi
Its if is s.,, et) Iran n gi fied, a fragrance, :?
??m itl t?. t'a ? suggestion ?? n. Th
reissue ? ' the "R ibal) at" with th? ? tlrawl
Mr. v.- i-i .' ? ? ?ontribute g? nei ?usly t
th,- extei of Omar's and Fitzgerald'?
Th** original prlnl la too t.alky for eas) use, an
m ?s*. ? wners "f II l -t i- li.- Idl on their shelvei
<,nly taking II down f".- ?l.lai glan es at th
picture* This edition gives satlsfacl ry hall
tones of the Illustr?t! ma, and it is of a slae an?
tvrighl 7?.a- mak? the reading of the poems :
comf.irt as well .??? a pleasure, n li in facl 1
popula. 1 edition of a publication that was sure t<
prove iri'invenl.tit in the long-run, an 1 was. fo
that reason, threatening t > bee >me unknown
Mow Mr Vedde*r*a "Omar" is t? book t.. r.-a 1 ai
well as t,, look at, and lovers of the Persian p???
everywhere will he grateful for the change.
In so far as th" tinker >.f Bedford Is "read at
all to-day ami his students ar?? not as man)
as they ?itluhl to he lie is read f--r at range! y
differ, nl reasons. Sine.- Mr. St??vens?.n and
Mr. Henley talked aboul him as a writer aom?
h:iv<* r?-a?l him for his style. Others, and th.-y
nri- in the oM?faahtoned majority, siin read
him f .r ?!!?? moral backbone that runs through
and ko? ;is Intact the more ?>r less nebulous tis?
sues of his allegory, still others, whom we
hojie are Increaalng in numl???r. go to John Bun?
van for th" poetry that is locked within hi
fen-ious !?',ok. He had M lyric Inspiration, but
there? is as surely u rhythmic groundswell to
his prose, the effort has Impetus of the trii"
poet, as there Is to the glowing chants of the
"Book of Solomon," or to the best pages of
?Elizabethan prose. Any of the students alluded
to nl.ovo would h.- delighted with "The
grim's Progress" as It has just l.??i?n publl?
by Charles Bcrlbner'a Sons. Tin? handsome
tavo is perfect In type. In paper, In binding
everything thai p.?? s mechanically to make
old writer welcome anew. Bui it la for
l.k-lo?. er of peculiarly artistic tastes that
edition was evidently projected, it is th,- res
who is also an amateur of prints who will et
it most. Thirteen Illustrations and a port
aro inserto.1 in th?* volume, etched by Will
Strang .and print"?! by Ooulding; produced
sh? rt, by two men whose handling <>f th.* net
and press respectively is in many ways bey
cavil. Mr. Strang's etched work lias appea
!n book form before. His "Death an.! Do?
H?nil.k" has f??!- some time i.n kn?
among collectors as a curious and artistic f?
Th-* pintes h.? has made for Bunyan are t.
nlcally well worthy .?f their admirable pr?
censors. The li?'?? Is still simple, refined, vit
.?us; and austere as befits a zealous disciple
l.""7|. s.
In "ti?? ?-r two ??f th" plates ?* >? that f. ?
page 164, tie "<*hiis:i:m Fighting \p II; n")
?? . r than he ever 1 is be!
-??\ ? ???? di:-i : v which h?!??tii-s i i ?le? ancient r
runm rs of 1 s, th" Italian engra*, ei M
: ?- ! i. Hul it i- In his appn
an ! elucl latlon of Ihe ?? xl Hi il Mr. Stn
lias reached his I Hi? -?? level. ?T" 1
1 in? B.? i ly, l>y adh tin?.: t,,
pxalte l strain In his poet, or ratl
by expressing as accurately ;
i ild, homely sentiment which Is revealed
Bunyan's generic types and blunl nom
Over and above Bunyan's directness was his i
lifting Bense of the divinity In man. and :
Strang"? designs have superadded thi? same
definable grace t> the elemental stru I
pr.-, i.,-.- is fi it li--. slstlblv in the las! '
Illustrations, in the "Marriage of Mer a
Matthew." with Its almos! mean and ? -
of costume and envlronmenl Consider, flrsi
all, h w< v? r, in this % ? ry plate, In "Th 11 tel
and the Sh? ? p." or In the "Men y nl II? r W? r]
the veracity of the conception, and the key
Bunyan's as *.\?*li as to Mr. Strang'? ar! '.
celved. Millet, m ire familiar to the p
era U y than either .?f these, had the sam? -i
It is the ?rift for apprehending the i - ?
God-like In the humbles) of types; it is ihe ;
of transfiguring the peasant by helping the Us
of his own i mi i ? shin.? through h;s une >uth <
terior. Mr. Strang avoids his auth? r's ?list?n.'
symbolical, figurative flights, The Ap< II) n
the p'.ate mentioned above la his sole c wcewl
to the Gothic side of Bun) in'? mind, and .;
only in .?ne other design? In "Th.- Valley .?f t
Shadow "f Death," that a touch of pure fan
occurs. The res! is on the solid earth of Bu
van's world, a w ?rid Impossible Io shake, 1,
adorned by a tempi.' erected without ham
im.:' nation Mr. Strang i..-, and, In the waj
a Burns, for Instance, he has po try. Like Rur
his i.try depends wholly upon the depth ai
sincerity of li.s feeling, and ul ?:" the harmoi
which exist? b tw? ei Hui in and 1
thai s ? re h? ha? evolved tl
Illustrations of "T ? Fllg? ?'? ' 1'rogi - ' It !.
? \ er b ?? :i ? ir prit II? g? to
T? under?!
~ it \ ? i; .? ? ' lUtl
? -. ... md Kdmondo de Ai ttatil
:. ? ? ? textur a I It
their us.fuli - ? ' tr-i l
quit? u
f his "Holland,"
? i '
the dil ?
thed by I ? ?
De A ' ?? rariilfie.il
his i '
?
I ? ",*.?? n hi? rea
X e ve i
. : ! I!
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bill- trail
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and h i"- tw-? v.ilui
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Th. h hat
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chani -all) the) are ., Th?
. nhat e tl Int? ?I f a narrative whl h : ? ?
I no assistai I I ! nevertheless u hurl by
? plcl rial ac - mpanln ent. Plate? and texl i
? hei we. n haul? ? make a I Iday boo
of which ? I? a pleasure to speak In terms ?
warm appr val,
TIk- scheme of Mr K.irl Km ly's book ?
"Raphael's Ma lonn? r and Other Great I' ir?
! (Macmlllan .*?? Compt.ni i mm? n I? Iti II
j 'in,?-i.!.,I rall" i than ?>n i-rltli il ??- ? ind One
th?* author h u dismiss? d In hi^ l.ii f m? molr th
pictures of various )-.:v-:~ whl h employed liaph
ael's versatile brush, he attach the mad nna
exclusively, del t i I from th? s) nmel
lically developed life oui f whl h they grei
and pr? entlng th? Ir makei In on ? pe? i .ir Ugh
It is the lighl which glv ?s, on the w hi le, the leas
ght int I: pha? I's amazing Ind ? ? 11
gri at ?h ? 'ff? r ? he 11 u< si Ind ?
trtlstl charactei ? realli i? ? :
eminently i he man of cull ur? in?l ? i i
11e.il?. In his 'i.nd mna? hi- a 11
? | tally 7?- rfe t. hi? design is e?|u.illy ?
bul his f ?,; |m< nt 1? :?".'? eter. It I of a mon il .
er I h.", n In hl SU " or any of th
lialntlngs in the Stanze, and the um total of ile
w a l. m? i ns le? i i-i m a nl? ur n n?l pn
beaut; Th ma na ntltei n ! .
? ? ; i,,. without repi enl i I: pha?-l .,
t ??? culminating und mosl character! M
of iii- rare, r This i unlmp, >? lanl, howet or, ?
tl ? buy? ? f h dl ii-- glfi i? 'ki . who w? uld .-\
t ? pul itlon like : he pre ?? nl nol n i
? ? itlcism noi history, but a collection of pi?
plcl ?it. s. Su? h ? ? 11? 'i? in M r K?i i .1 \ gl. ?
ll',' C'.iured Kurope for hi ma lonnax
inuklng ! i ; ? ?? mplete i :., ii r? pro
du lion I? pi Inted on a separa und I
:., ? : b) ?1 ita compiled from auth? ntlc .
Some of the pi ?l n ; are given In ord nary half
i m? ? ;.i l "' i, i ? n fli ' ??!?? ph itogiavun i
i a prett) f'hrlstma? b.i k, apr ,<?-?? and In v
t i p thi iui i? iui
Another publication which .appeal: sppr i"l
;? telj a! ' his r. i m, cl >th< d In mei Its - Imllar I?
th - ' i' Mr. Karoly'? ?. lume, and marked by th?
: m.?? defl lei Is I ii?- "Life of Chris! as R. pn .
sented In Art" (Macmlllan A Company), l>.
Canon Farrar. Here there |? frankly no phi
losophy of art, no seien! Ill tn itmenl of the sub
Ject, and this renders Ihe title a kind of stum
bllng-block n Is confusing to open a b "?k on ai
art,.'il" tli m. and turn ,: author dla '.aiming Ih.
functions and responsibilities >,f an ar! critic.
Bul it is perhaps as well in this case, for Ihe
observ?t! ins "f .? capable irriter .?f such ? de
nunclatlon of Holbein's "Dead <'hri?-?" al Hal-.
'? ns appears on page 4-?'.. need I a be taken quite
outalde the bound? .?f ?erlou? criticism. The pas.
? ige alluded t >, In which Holbein's sublime flgur?
is described as revolting and "evidently the
corpse of a drowned man." shows how wide ol
the mark an enthusiast can fly when he has I ?si
his critical bearings. Canon Farrar*s strength
lies in the direction of religious emotion, of a
lively feeling for thai which la elevating In Chi
il.in art and contributes to bring the spectat??r
nearer i" the reallt.t of Christ's life on earth.
He iii- been an assiduous studenl of the ^r :,t
Ruropean galleries and an Indefatigable reader.
His Illustrations do n ?it t., his energetl ? catho
I Uclty. Hi- citations and his bibliography both
I command respect. As for the I? ??.'. it is c 'pi..us,
descriptive, anecdotic, and puts looselj t? ?
get her Innumerable Itena -t Information which
win incite the general readi r t., a possibly de p
?r lateregl In tiie pictures thai swell the volume
to something ov?-r five hundred pagea ii is a
shapeless !>.*,,k, in which a fut ii?* attempt at
system has been made, as In the dedication of
different sections to gub-dlvlslona ?if the r
th- me. It it? a small encyclopedia "f
urea Int i which rea?Lt.? may look at ran
with confidence In finding an apt quotatlo
fragment of historical record or eccleslaa
lor?-, and some Individual c? mmenl In a si
of reverenl gympathy. Ii la a food dlacui
survey of the Christ In pictorial art. with
emphasis all thrown "ii the religious aide of
question.
Mr Laurence Hutton'a "Portraits in im-is
(Harper A Br ithers) is g I ?oh In Whl h all
Is repulsive in a (.h.-istiy theme has be? n
pelted through !)!<? tac! and k.1 sense of
author. Ilia portrait? are really masks, t
for tli?' mosi pan after the death of th?? in?l?
nils represented, and II is hard t.. look i
them?earn .ally up m su h casts aa th"??
I?:..n ii >ui? h ' .i:. H nry E Iwarda and Th
eray?without an Involuntary ?krlnklng I
their grim i illty. Rul Mr. I lut ton rhangei
this, writing ' pi. i antlj of his treasures
their chill atm ?phi :. . aa i I rhui ;hj ard m
1 roi gol ten. 'I'll.'!?? ?' -.-i he [?
i, i h? i irr. l ??f II kind extant. It rom
; i n oo and pain ? ? a, > i.? (?wmen a nd p
Hi-tors .ill' i.-?- fl.?_t r? ind mam? nta of
ii. .In-: ' he ? : i 1 ? i I? '?
Keats, Ti umwell, ami
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n ai ? I' ' i
are ampl) In the r? pi ?
Mr, lluiton ?ays: "I tocngnlxcd Mr. Kn
i : , . rri<l.?r of a 1
don club '.'.' hi? w n I??i ful re rnblai
un s n , i?." nf his In ad to ti i I
hip gran If ith??r." Thl we ? n ?'.".I b II? re.
n my ol I? :
;., i il. ? fr m the f.ic? ?? uf their ?u Igit al? ill
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in 1 : ? give jrou noblle pui Ity
imontnl Iln? I I. ? llnrr?
. f r ? . impie, r? news '?'? Ith aim ?al un< i
that alwa)
la em from t h vei y r ".?' i ?if his li II l?lual
t'aradon il a .. ?ay . ?, II
n. \ ? ri h ? ? ?? ??<:. i ',. ?'f It ?. i ? ' '
. m?>re of the essential man In 11 : ha n man;
cellenl ph? Mr. Huti
pre 111. : i .in : '?? dramntl n??ta I ;
kn wn, and It la noi g t.i find him i
ti .! u ly Int? '? ting ? ? ih i' hi? h? i ?
I ne? a h ? have ail me?! ? tage. ? ?i B?
he give? im de ith ma -'... c ?nt? ntlng him?
the actor* ? leslr? I It, wltl i
taken ? i far ba k a? IS?, _'s ?tan ??
r? a III) fr m thl? ; ? i itiful rell I! - ligure t
I .?. ? h< i th? plaj goers ? ' I _irt> y? ars .?
Curtis wi ??? of him then: 'H th la altogetl
?; 'tis im
:? atl n thai Ih II let a he lived In .ha
ap? ir< 'a lime " It? ailing n l 111 I
ane.-il.it? Tl u t great acti
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' i ? ? ll uk ni n. bringing ?? 11
? . i i I.-light n ' i ,. ? i
lire," an.I I ll aceptan?"'
nf his p?i!n t, t h v!n? I it it I
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"?. i r ?ithei i ? .m ap| i m ?I "f his >..?. ? ?, ?
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with i ild thai n- i ml tab n
Mr. I?i mi? ii'. i.i i p. i :, an? ntly i Itlat? ?I lo
urn j >i n .?I '
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? i i i : Hut Ih?? texi f this work wa?
.: .n. It a !.
for Hi lllui ? it Ion .i and Ihei ? the ? at'.m " ? I
L" id." iii ii|"i, ii ' vei i high The pli turei
prove i ha I ? an of p? n drawing In Iti m?i I? ; :
development lu plac? l this centurj on a 1"\'
with Hi" pas! In the dlatlm-tloi ol giving :. neu
and ?. n, of beaut) to the woi Id. Th?
rollcctl n nf drawing? reproduced l.v Mr. Pen
n. II al ' pr .' s thai the ar! la pn -? mln? ntl.
one of t? clinical fellcltl is.
There were sup rb pen drawings made by th?
old master, bin ihey were made with no specla
enthusiasm for the medium employed, and, ??i
the whole, with n?? ?inception of what II wai
p ? ' ble to .-i hi? ?. ? within th? limita of iiii.t me?
dium. As Mi. I', n...ll Indicates, it aras i '
men lik.- Menx_, In Germany; Portuny and
Vierge, In Spain, and Melsaonler, In Prance, I
?I"', it.? pen drawing t" ? sphere of its own and
there i. product designs which rival oils In the
lidll and ti] i of iheir eff? 1: li Is n ?I
ii" ?? ?ar) i ' . :. foi elements of fancy, <>r Imag
II i; .1 nature i i_il. In
the iliu ral na ol thl i book, lo Iden I!
so n.: th? ii ' harm. They are artistic pi Im u ?
lly bj virtue nf their concise and characteristic!
Hi i '? -n!?.tI.- suggestions of color and light
i n?l shade, and, above all, the distinction of style
? i ' of th? i ? -i Iraughtamen <??<!> Im?
part aa definitely Ini ? s t.l?'< k ahd-whtte trifle aa
though the) were working with every p . I
m".ms ..f artistic expression. Mr. Pennell's gal?
lery il lar?.-r than it was In the earlier print, and
h<- Kiva-s a .-plaiiiild Hiirvey of tha wl. d<- Raid, Ha
has widened hi* _K_M_NJ to take In Scandinavian
artists, of whom his first edition gave n i ac?
count at all. He has added to the representation
of .very other Continental school and has ln
creased the number ?if English and American
drawinga Never was there so valuable a pliture
book. For th.? practical illiistrat?*.r its stimulus
nii:st h<> very gnat, and the mere lover of fine
art will find unending pl.-asiir?* In turning over
Its pagea Mr. Penneirs selections have n?.t ai
wayi been of the host; we have seen more in
terestlng work by Willette. t_orgUat, Bernard
Partridge Hid J. D. Hatten, t" name only a
handful, than he has chosen f'.r repr.iduction.
And mechanically th.? book Is somewhat below
Sir. Pennell's own standard. In the Mocks he
n iw ?Iv?s, the beautiful d..ration by Mr. Par?
sons and the portrait of Jefferson ns Hot. Aerea
by Mr. Blum, are not anything Ilk.? as perfect as
t!:.?y at.- in tin? photogravures ,.f the first edition,
\ .r d i we Submit without murmur to th.? substi?
tution "?i pais'- M of th.? sk-t.-h by Cazan.?va f,.r
the masterly production by the same hand which
was P intent t,, p tbllsh in IW?. Why was that
withdrawn? in the phol ?gravure which Mr. Pen
nell say? the artlsl considers tie? only fair re
I : : letl? n "f hi? work, the former Illustration
was much more Impressive than that now used.
i: - rill, ., like tins.- could not affect the
,1 yerdl? i on Mr Pennell's I ibora, which
!- ,i prals. 'am thy In a degree. T i have
:, mbleil beta I tw.i - the work of as
men a- he .11 tral *, I ? have gathere I
Crass. : md ?'ml ?/. Schwabe. Kllnger and Stuck,
IV irdsley and Annlng Bell. i**hur?*h Brennan and ;
s: ?... ,? : roa n ?re of brilliant artists, ail
int.. one portfolio, is t?. have rendered sn Im
? , ti?-- student.
? if ,i!i t!.w men Carl? i 8 'hwabe s? ? n
,. |n I?, the lie Si i .nail: ?.!?!" and moi I worth
stud) Ing. f a- in. more than any other red nl
ilraugli -man. '????in- t" |,"ssess unblemished ar
Itiid? lVn-?lrawlng has its llmltatl ins.
?m ihe principle thai "whatever Is, Is right." a
!.. . itifiil ? :,? ? sained by all sorts of trlckln? -
and clever expedients Justifies the style "f any
draughtsman who ? '?? la i?> bo his own law. But
pen Irawlng, as much as etching, is, on it- own
i. a lit., ar at:, an?! such -m art musl if
. !.. ,. ilous ??I' th.? purity ..f its line
Th i."? i' n,. ii ..:; prove this. Vierge, the great?
est i.f tiem all, greater even than Mensel, In the
last resort ? er degrad s his line with many
younger men un- tendency Is t?. wreak ;
i-. iprlce upon II thai seems "fetching." Car- |
i ? Schwabe, w rklng in Paris under the banner
' th? Rose Croix group, has been reviving with
authority the very real style known to the hls
? r> of his ar' Th-- Ilr'i plate from him which
Mr I'- tineil gives Is a i.ullarly happy demon
n of Schwabe's fln? character as a work
!? : ?, . design made by him for the
marlor's < lltl n I 1 ?la's "Le
i'.r-v ? - The original Is In the Luxemb urg, and
figures Ihe morp beatttlfull) th***re because it
?.... u ishi ? of < ??lor which Schw ibe ap
, i n [th a vl w ' ? the ?!? ?r itlve enhance
.. p Hu? i er? . -h rn of such aid
r might give It, the drawing fa
th, trength and Integ Ity of Its line, by
a-- w hlch I! ? x
It I il wort)
.. ? |n s. : ? Im? ni Hut as dr i i
irlci nse. It Is
Vnd It
, : . ? ? effective in ?a
? ? i IV. '.;: h ? I
, .
,: '
Th, . t may al? be ad I? I. In the
? ;
\s ?
?
; imenl . '
. . Hul take,
A lleards'.ey. the 1
tue ways to I '
Mr. pi ; I .?.?,-.
in In the ftrat heat
Irritation that I
that f runs the risk of
?t ? ; . : ? tit: in his
. .. ? md Initial |>|
?
? tit ||e
, . . ..,?!?!?? ? irtlsi
had <-..m.? into th wor'.l wltl ? ? i
, ... . - ? . '
-, . ? . . :: -t- ad
.,., .,, list; t<? produ ? trash for the Bpplause if a
a led and a feathei -
I ? r. Instead ' tpp ? illng to ? ultl
: p. npi?. b> a din ring t.? the loft) ????' ? ? 1
; \! ? te d'Arthur" work. H ? lllu?
trntes th; d? ad?.f linear art, the peril - al
-,? i,i | |ts pi tltl mer? p iv with their m.itei ; il
,,nl th lr tools and reuuee themselves to th*
fun? t; m? "f a momentary <??? I. It I? encouraging
..?.. :?: th? \" f. ii i ag? ? of this b ?k that
nn equivalent "f the r? l ?ubtable Mr Beardsley
- -.t Appeared ? ur own draughtsmen are
ng ej t work, an l d dng l! ? n health)
\i> i*. :.?,. .: an turn to no more -., .
? ng n : in ?nl to the h??ntn ? ' his a ? than that
i i.?, his ? oiinti ? n "n w ?? rnak ? n ? pre
lem? reviewing Individu illy the humlr? Is ?f
d?a,, ? repr? ? ; i n his book ? ?ur pur
; ? ?: i I ??? : !'. ::, ' ' ? ?? ? 1. * : -i 1' "
? mee at th! tlm? ?' irlos Schwabe
> n ? luimi nt, .?s p -r
i . i , Hut Forain, ii we ai s
. ?.ii l?, nnell , Imlt, ? mpl '? ? an Im?
r? iv.?r he (s one of tl
.....
: ti hnl i . ? ' i than In m? re :
In nd has Mi II ?vel'.s
? | i-,?.- . ? ly . . : i. i? the
I chari ? !? t I ??ok ? The re
n|,p, iranci ? I ' e Is an event I
pleasure The h.dlday edil I ' T lr We l.llng
.1 : : trn I Mi ? "Iffoi I Cartel '.
itiul publish? d by II ii !" n, Mlffl n k Co . brings
the frei hm i and ap n kle nf Ihe novell
.i ? ? \ art al it ? heal T fun In ihe
h ..i . || i de] it.? in?l al-'. a\ ? kin II) sntli
ilvtd pli-tui ; ? ;?? ? ? en leai the Work
i , nun) a i? i . i ? hi ' dot" . no! f ?'.'. iw M i
m?? ? I The new edltl m Is
t\.-;i made, and Mr Carl??! >n's drawings, th iugh
sometimes .-rude, are sal Pa I it on the whole.
?I end)ero.
i . , ,ii,-ij.i', i ,i . |ai ..--. . hiidt.-n
: ." . private |r?aon?, hlshssl i-r i. n. .-??. mod
Addi ? ? I'll \i I.KIN His? hi;, ii w ?ii ?lili- ?
i| IIIVATK INSTRfiTION h? sn etperlenre?! tut??r?
, ipil? !."?? i fi.i ? .lies. business; hlahesl ,?!??. rn
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supplie? i?, ifesaora, Teach*?. Tutor? t)ov?riMa? s,
a, . t?. i'..ll<4fi Schooti an.I ramilles Apply to
Mr? M I. V.il'N?; I I I.I', IN. ??l rM|,,n S.inni??.
A ilRNCY M irla m furrier? luppllaa tutors, prnf? ?
.? teacher?, K"?',rn.-iu??'*. ? (?? . In ?II itepta.; re,, aunen !?
?, hn .1? o parent? ISO Mit a?.-.. tv?>*i iridias. ?'' r SU*? ?t
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t ? g?? ?si r?urrn aven'iir,
?i,i privat? lessons. Men'? class ?T?ium?:? ?? !>??
? ml.? -r .'LI o r? I II,. AtMtcr?! ?ill.
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TIMEMENTH al ti?- rollowlns llranch ? nt. -?-. : ?91
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i i .:t :? (til ?? .?.'ii???? rat??
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lOdf'.rd-??.?., ?ip In H p. m.. at r.-sulnr .iffi.e rut.-?.
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Mitad 1? MABEL VOOMUS TODD. Wit? portrait, a eVn
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Kn.iiy D__t__m'a letters, alswel sa much **J**J>?*m*l
exhlhlt Her rif-llkc Intimacy with .Natur?. ShSB* S ana
a_mrehen<_ th.- a. ?at mothofo .?-cassa. ??'" ahaws ih?
roture of all crested thing? under the wide Mty. TM
?atiera apeak ?f Bowers, of ptaee, and autumnal ??????
l,,t no _uu__ ?iaht or ?puad or incident sae__ t.. have
aacaptd bar dalles? sppraheaskw.
A CHILD OF THE AGE
A Novel. By FRANCIA ADAMS. With tltle-pags ?te
signad by Aabray Beardatey. Keyaotaa Bartes. An. ri
esa copyright edition. MM?. Cloth. 14.00.
In i?*?<? be wrote th" iin?t draft of the book, and during
th- two resra following, latterly In 1. nd mi and y?ntnor,
I,.. r.ist and ".tr.'i.M I.,-, srork. fader the title I-"".'";?
ter, an AutiAlography.'' It eraa publlahed in l?. ?'??"?
the author waa m Aaatralla.
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H . |k k fr m ;. pure!) prscU _l point of view, at dl
:?- ?'?. i-; ,!???! to ill" ???.? ?! i) ii" of "all i' an I
of men."
FATHER GANDER'S MELODIES.
r - y .......;, Orand Idrei By ADELAIDE I".
BAMt'ELB. Illustrated by Lillian Trsak Hsriow.
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Ingenult? and daring "i.i _c?_>mpllah when put t, the
leal " U at m Harald.
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MOLIERE'S DRAMATIC WORKS,
A new edition Translated by KATHARINE PBEBCHIT
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?\1 .-- 11 UtltKN s HA. ?"llfHU, FOR ?iilll.s
??I IOS Wen Primary. |i
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IRVING si n?" il m \.,:.- t ?nu BT
Uli i. ?ris l'i.M.i.i- i:.\v
Colleitiate .?..??' -i:.- uni ? mmerclal <'.'ir?..a.
l'uni it \ an I Intel m II it? lie parti ni
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ditl 'im i< .ni In I': In. pal family for ;i I' . ?
NKW nillK itrsiNl'.ss rOLLKOK I23th-?1 . \ v" ?
live, i' ? n .?: ..ii .... day ?r evenlna a?' Ireaa f
ft|.?S_e. I'l.KMKNT ?' OAINKH Mount M ::i. Rank lltdg.
J. KIVATK IN. . I.",'. TI.iN.
si'K. im.'iv I'reparlns boya for cnl'.ea. n I ?______
03 \V - i M.iii , r OEO F ?'??i.!-: l M
Pnrmeri) Aaaoclat? Principal of Irrln. School
lll'.ll \n: ?NSTKi'tTION Hp_-lal attention .1? . t,
I preparing I ?ya f i collega and aclentttl ichoola; saves
yasrs nn ? ????'.ii ???-..a,-*
HERMAN DRI8L 1'.. A. M. '.? Baal tuth-it.
l'*?>r Both Sexes o l'y.
IP RANK DAMKOSi'lt'S BiailT-SINOINO CLASSES
FOR l.M'irr. \n;. IIENTLKMKN al i'arne?n
Mus..- It..::. _Tih ?: and Tth av? No previ in taoule,i_d
of mualc required. BENti POR ?'llt.i|..\i:s.
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1 Mad I ? .. Squ n (cor 23th m ai ! Il'way)
Branchea In "?? principal American and Ku: opean clt las
NeW t?-llll la_lll- U?W
For Boys and Voung Men. Country.
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KKV T. II I.A.Ni'.i.N. I'lilN. ll'AI,
PAPT T I'. LANDON. COMMANDANT.
IJ1LMW. BClltKiL POR IIOVS il Mllfor. Conn
- I.renti who ara unfortunai? in th? m?saseme t "f
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l,\ my ? ii"..;. iha ?choo? i? m _-i il n durln. the m i.
>ear. i c \nk m HOW K. Hupt.
1. ilRI i.i.i' \ lem i, . - i ,.,.? .:. r. nn . ??
binei thorough mental and phyacal training with ? iin?
f.?n? ..f ili?.lit_. _i i?.v?. .rancli H Brewer, \ M . l'un.
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Boys ?atar hsst ci>t,- l*nder ?:: r?a^^*?s-?
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I KM ?penal <-ar- and personal lnstrurt|un fnr -S?t
?cientiflc ichjol? or business. J. WILSON. A. ? fi'1*'??.
For Young Ladie9.--Country.
BOXWOOD K1IOOL
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M- H. S. ORWWOLD, l.vn" coni.
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R" Advaotsce? of New-Tork. .*-.l?l m,-,,?,,' ,j J
and Art. Colles? Preparatory and Electiva -, *_*>?*
fudy. Km?, b-.ill.lln?:? Stn?le r?...? ?|,h . !???? of
?tuey parl.r?. MlH JLXIA ?t. PARWEM t.H? T*?'?!
,; i,... s t., pupil?? entering Januai lita, ig"*1
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and CUBA.
Tim (>rnin! Tour? in January, i: ludUw vlati _
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