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Studio: international artEinbandSpiegelTitelblattIndex to volume XXVINo. 111 (June, 1902)A belgian painter: M. Henri CassiersLondon depicted by Tony Grubhofer, [1]The garden at Tigbourne Court, near Witley, SurreySome paintings and sculpture at the London spring exhibitionsThe first International Exhibition of Modern Decorative Art at TurinAustrian section at the Turin ExhibitionStudio-talkReviewsAwards in "The Studio" prize competitionsThe lay figure on the decoration of London for the coronation of Edward the SeventhNo. 112 (July, 1902)An American painter: Eric PapeThe international exhibition of modern decorative art at Turin: the scottish section[Note]London depicted by Tony Grubhofer, [2]Some recent English designs for domestic architectureArtistic private gardens in the United States of AmericaThe Home Arts and Industries AssociationStudio-talkReviewsAwards in "The Studio" prize competitionsThe lay figure: a voice from the canvasNo. 113 (August, 1902)A scottish painter: E. A. Walton, A. R. S. A.MonotypingMiss Jessie M. King and her workSome notes on old long case clocksSome paintings and sculpture at the Paris salonsThe international exhibition of modern decorative art at Turin, the Dutch SectionStudio-talkReviewsAwards in "The Studio" prize competitionsThe lay figure: on the harm done by the clichés of art-criticismNo. 114 (September, 1902)Modern Dutch art: the work of Josef IsraelsThe international exhibition of modern decorative art at Turin: the English sectionLondon depicted by Tony Grubhofer, [3]The national competition of schools of art, 1902Illustration of the daily press in America, [2]Studio-talkReviewsAwards in "The Studio" prize competitionsThe lay figure: officialism and the Tate GallerySpiegelEinbandMaßstab/Farbkeil
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