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The Ann Arbor Art Club

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The exhibition of the Ann Arbor Art Club, which is now being held in the Ladies' Library, on Huron street, is one of the best exhibits of the kind ever given here. The members of theclub raust, have been very industrious to have accomolished so much, and there is a tiarked improvement in their work. [t is hardly possible to give a fair description of the work of each member of the club, but there are several gems in the collection. Miss Hunt has some beautiful water colors, one, "Foggy Morning on Orrs Island, Maine," is especially fine; her lilacs are also very natural. Mrs. Walter S. Perry shows some exquisite yellow roses, and her carnations are perfect. Miss Douglas exhibits a large collection of water colors, most of them sketched at Oíd Mission, and one a very perfect picture of old houses near Sinclair milis. Her "Twilight" at Old Mission, and her "Early Morning" at the same place, are particularly pretty. Mrs. Louise H. Walker has a nomber of studies, and herpicture of part of an old mili, and its reflecüon in the water is true to nature. Mrs. Smith shows a number of oil paintings which are excfëllent, amo'ng them a violin with an open book is especially worthy of mention. Mrs. S. Randall's painting in oil of a view on the Hudson river with boat house is beautiful. Mrs. King has a number of views about Anti Arbor, and some sketches of fruit which are very good. Mrs. Dr. Campbell has several studies which ure very good. Mrs. A. C. Nichols showsa picture of her baby's first shoe with a large apple, and a painting of grapes which is very good. Mrs. Y. E. Walker's studies of nasturtiums, and a book with a candle, etc, are excellent. Miss Orcutt shows some tempting looking apples. Miss Suste Whedon ex hibits a number of studies, one of her best being a basket of lady apples. Miss C. A. Wheeler has several studies in oil which are most excellent. Mrs. Rhoades shows some very perfect chrysanthemums and other flower studies. Miss Childs has some pretty water colors, and Miss Wetmore has a fine exhibition of decorated China.


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