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The Art Amatuer

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The January issue of the Art Amateur appears in a new dress of type, and presents a very rioh and bandsome appearance from the typograpbical point of view. Two excellent color plates, "The Oíd Mili, " a soft and fcfleautifol landscape by Bruce Crane, and an instructive study of Violets by Mand Stumm, are given free with this number. Wood oarvers, pyrographers and china painters will fiud many valnable practical designs in it, and some excellent reproductions of famons Lawrenees and Gainsboroughs are scattered among the next, together with instruotive exarcples of the work of the painter, Madrazo. Mísb Hallowell treats of drawing from phutographs, and Mr Shnll of flower analysis, both papers being illustrated by their authors. There is an efpecially val cable, illustrated article on remodelling a city house, two pictorial pages of ideas for furniture, and a timely paper on Economy and Art in the Home. The doings of all the artistio societies are chronicled, the picture shows described, and, in a word, no one intereBted in Art, either from the practical or the sesthetic point of view, can aft'ord to be without The Art Amateur. Art studente, in no matter what department, will flnd it to their advantage to send to the office for the oiroular inuounciug the speoially handsome premiums offered this year to new subscribers. (Price 35 cents, or $4.00 a year. Montague Marks, 23 Union Square, New ïork. )


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