International studio . BUCKLE IN RBPOUSSE, SILVER, AND ENAMELBY ALE.XANDER FISHER 36 PENDANT IN GOLD, MOONSTONES, AND ENAMEL (THE METEOR). BY ALEXANDER FISHER Christian Symons at the Goupil Gallery did justiceto the art of a painter who in his lifetime did notcome into the fullness of the recognition hedeserved. His sketches are often marred by faultsof taste in colour, but as an executant of theschool of Mr. Sargent he was often within measur-able distance of his great master. An ardent Im-pressionist, Mr. Symons seemed to decline all butthe most difficult problems. His versatility wasextreme

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International studio . BUCKLE IN RBPOUSSE, SILVER, AND ENAMELBY ALE.XANDER FISHER 36 PENDANT IN GOLD, MOONSTONES, AND ENAMEL (THE METEOR). BY ALEXANDER FISHER Christian Symons at the Goupil Gallery did justiceto the art of a painter who in his lifetime did notcome into the fullness of the recognition hedeserved. His sketches are often marred by faultsof taste in colour, but as an executant of theschool of Mr. Sargent he was often within measur-able distance of his great master. An ardent Im-pressionist, Mr. Symons seemed to decline all butthe most difficult problems. His versatility wasextreme
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International studio . BUCKLE IN RBPOUSSE, SILVER, AND ENAMELBY ALE.XANDER FISHER 36 PENDANT IN GOLD, MOONSTONES, AND ENAMEL (THE METEOR). BY ALEXANDER FISHER Christian Symons at the Goupil Gallery did justiceto the art of a painter who in his lifetime did notcome into the fullness of the recognition hedeserved. His sketches are often marred by faultsof taste in colour, but as an executant of theschool of Mr. Sargent he was often within measur-able distance of his great master. An ardent Im-pressionist, Mr. Symons seemed to decline all butthe most difficult problems. His versatility wasextreme and the range of his subjects vast, whetherin oils or water-colours ; among other things hewas an eminently successful flower painter.. •• RAIN AND THAMES BARGES. fromAN ETCHING BY PERCY LANCASTER. Studio- Talk At the Walker Gallery Mr. Wynne Apperleyhasbeen showing a series of water-colour impressionsin Italy and England. In his Sunlight and Shadoivs,Venice, and other works in Venetian interpreta-tion, he shows himself still advancing in skill andthe sense of what is most essential in treatment tothe mood which he sets out to inspire. Some es.saysin wood-engraving were not the least interestingfeatures of his exhibition. The Fine Art Society are at present holding anexhibition of water-colour drawings by Mr. A.Wallace Rimington, in which the drawings Onthe Loire and Narhoiine, here reproduced, are tobe seen. The artists accomplished draughtsman-ship and colour have often been called attentionto in our pages. The societys galleries containedlast month an exhibition of water-colours of AncientRome, London and Oxford, by Mr. W. Walcot.Oft-times there is deficiency in the dignity or qualityof his colour, and generall

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