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SHALDERS. A choice object of Ornamental Art from the A choice object of Ornamental Art from the French Exhibition, 1867.
French Exhibition, 1867. Landscape Study in Water-colours, by Aaron Figure Study in Water-colour, after FREDERICK PENLEY.
“Innocence," after SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS. “The Flower Girl," after MURILLO.
A choice ohject of Ornamental Art froin the A choice object of Ornamental Art from the French Exhibition, 1867. French Exhibition, 1867.
Study of Flower-painting in Water-colours, Study in Illumination, by W. & G. AUDSLEY. after T. GRÖNLAND.
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. 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.
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