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An Artist's Reception

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Parent Issue
Day
13
Month
November
Year
1896
Copyright
Public Domain
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There was a large attendance of friends at the private view of water - eolor sketches, at Miss Hunts artistic apartments Friday and Saturday afternoons of last week, attesting the well deserved popularity of this favorite artist. The collection was composed almost wholly of souvenirs of her recent trip abroad. Yenetian scènes, full of riotons sunshine and exquisite eoloring, bits of Holland, with characteristic windmills and sluggisl canals, the towering '-city gates" ol Amsterdam, and fortress-like bridge of JS'uremburg, help to make up al exhibit of unusual merit and varief of treatment. Miss Hunt sketched'while in Holland with Mr. Zilckens of the Hague, and it is quite probable that through her kindly offices a valuable collection of etchings by Mr. Zilkens, destined for the art galleries of Goupils and Avery of New York, will be on exhibition iu this city later in the season.

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Old News
Ann Arbor Democrat