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Studio: international art Schmutztitel Titelblatt Index Plate No. 1 (April, 1893) Artists as craftsmen, No. I The growth of recent art Letters from artists to artists, [1] A new illustrator Spitalfields brocades Designing for bookplates, [1] The first publications of the Fitzroy Picture Society A history of furniture The Newlyn point of view The Grafton Gallery Current notes on the applied arts Studio gossip Architectural notes Paris notes Recent publications The lay figure speaks Supplement to The Studio, May 1893 No. 2 (May, 1893) Notes on Gesso work Exhibition A new treatment of basreliefs in coloured plaster The School of Art Woodcarving, South Kensington The collecting of posters Drawing for reproduction by process Letters from artists to artists, [2] The exhibition of the Royal Academy, [1] A first impression of the Royal Academy, 1893 The new gallery At the Dudley Gallery Paris notes Scotch art notes Some new colour boxes A new edition of Longus A law figure speaks No. 3 (June, 1893) The naissance of art in photography Is the camera the friend or foe of art? The nude in photography The Grafton Galleries The exhibition of the Royal Academy and other galleries Scotch art notes Letters from artists to artists, [3] New books on art Catalogues received The lay figure speaks No. 4 (July, 1893) Artistic gardens in Japan The Leek Embroidery Society, with illustrations of its work L' Academie Royale des Beaux-Arts d'Anvers The art magazines of America Some recent book-plates with seven examples A Thibetan teapot Pen-drawing for reproduction The camera and art The Salon of the Rose+Croix Lesser shows of june Paris letter Scotch art notes Architectural notes New publications The lay figure speaks No. 5 (August, 1893) Sketching from nature The art critic and the critical artist The sketch-book in the street Colour and form Some new palettes and colour boxes Art in photography Pen-drawings for reproduction, [2] Letters from artists to artists, [4] Awards in the title-page competition Exhibition of students' work at South Kensington The Exhibition of the R. S. W., Edinburgh The lay figure speaks No. 6 (September, 1893) Artistic houses Of Galleries An interview with Mr. Charles F. Annesley Voysey, architect and designer The wall paintings by art students in the Town Hall, Birmingham Some new gas-fittings Some sketches by Claude Monet and Eugène Boudin Technique in glass painting Herr Toorop's "The Three Brides" Awards of the wall-paper prize competition The camera New publications The lay figure speaks The Studio prize competitions for art students Maßstab/Farbkeil
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