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ANTHONY TROLLOPE'S NEW MAGAZINE. THIS DAY, No. 2, November 1867, price 18.

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A New Monthly Magazine of Fiction, Art, and Literature. Edited by ANTHONY TROLLOPE, and Illustrated by J. E. MILLAIS, R.A. CONTENTS:

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CHROMOLITHOGRAPH.

No. I. on NOVEMBER 16th.

The full-page Chromolithographs, and Plates in Colours and Gold, in the first four Numbers will be somewhat as follows:

After a Water-colour Drawing, by Louis HAGHE.

A choice object of Ornamental Art from the French Exhibition, 1867.

Landscape Study in Water-colours, by AARON PENLEY.

"The Flower Girl," after MURILLO.

A choice object of Ornamental Art from the French Exhibition, 1867.

Study in Illumination, by W. & G. AUDSLEY.

After a Water-colour Drawing, by GEORGE SHALDERS.

A choice object of Ornamental Art from the French Exhibition, 1867.

Figure Study in Water-colour, after FREDERICK SMALLFIELD.

"Innocence," after SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS. A choice object of Ornamental Art from the French Exhibition, 1867.

Study of Flower-painting in Water-colours, after T. GRÖNLAND.

THE CHROMOLITHOGRAPH" AND WATER-COLOUR PAINTING.

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“ THE CHROMOLITHOGRAPH" AND FIGURE PAINTING.

A full-page Coloured Study, and a Descriptive Lesson, will appear once a month. Mr. FREDERICK SMALLFIELD, whose talent as an Artist, and pre-eminence as a Teacher, in this branch of Art, are so well-known, has undertaken to supply the necessary Water-colour Drawings and written instructions.

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THE CHROMOLITHOGRAPH " & FLOWER & FRUIT PAINTING.

Mr. T. GRÖNLAND, who is acknowledged, by our most renowned painters, to be the very best Artist for the purpose, will contribute, once a month, a full-page Coloured Study, and Descriptive Lesson for executing the same in both Oil and Water-colour, and he promises to give, successively, the most prominent specimens to be obtained by following the natural productions of the seasons; thus, a student will not only be able to copy accurate representations of nature by an accomplished Artist, but also at once to appeal back to nature herself for further inspiration.

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THE CHROMOLITHOGRAPH" AND WOOD CARVING,

AND THE VARIOUS STUDIES IN CONNECTION WITH THAT ART.

Mr. GEORGE ALFRED ROGERS, Artist in Wood to the Queen, Professor of Wood Carving at the Crystal Palace School of Art, and Author of several Works on the subject, will contribute an Illustrated Paper once a month, treating of Fretwork, Carved Fretwork, and the more advanced study; and ample materials, for study and execution, will be supplied to occupy the amateur during the monthly intervals.

"THE CHROMOLITHOGRAPH" AND ILLUMINATION.

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THE CHROMOLITHOGRAPH" AND THE DECORATIVE ARTS.

Dr. DRESSER has selected subjects from the Paris Exhibition to form a full-page Illustration every week, to which he will add Descriptive Texts. See latter part of preceding page.

The size will be an elegant Quarto; each number will contain SIXTEEN PAGES, in double columns, and THREE FULL-PAGE CHROMOLITHOGRAPHS. Price SIXPENCE to Subscribers.

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