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EXHIBITION NOTES.

Over 150 pictures which were sent out from London, with others, as a collection for the art gallery of the Melbourne Exhibition, but which arrived too late to be placed in the gallery there, have been secured for tho art gallery of tho New Zealand Exhibition. They are at present being exhibited at the National Art Gallery of New South Wales under the supervision of the Anglo-Australian Society of Artists. Some of the pictures must be very valuable works, judging from the high price at which they are marked. The pictures which will be sent over include tho following :

'From Door to Door,' by N. Garston (N.K. A.<\), while the same artist has ' As the Twig is Bent,' 'A Tangier Camel Driver'; ' On the Hills above Dorking,' by F. Walton (vicepresident), also * "Wideinonth Sounds,' 'Eton College,' 4 Springtide, Eude,' ' Below the Mill, Dorking," Church Cove—the Lizard,' 'The Barrel Rock, Budo,' by the aamo artist. W. A. Ingram's (KB.A.) pictures include the following, but maDy of hte workt) have been sold at Sydney :—' Evening on the South Coast,' 'Plymouth Trawlers,' 'AleetiDg the Homeward Bound,' 'Early Morning, Falmouth,' 'Moonrise,' 'Fog Clearing Away,' 'Come Along I' ' The Estuary of the Caxel River,' ' Falmouth Harbor.'' Drift boats Fishing by Moonlight,' and ' Surf at St. Ives ' J. Charlton sen.ls ' Reynard's Requiem,' which is priced at I 525; W. L. Wyllie, V.A.. R. 1., sends 'A Dutch Bargain'; while a number of more or less prominent artists also send pictures. Those pictures which are proed at a figure higher than LSO are— 'The hhepberds' Retu>n' (E. A. Waterlow, R.W.b.). L 150; 'Football' (J, Aumonier, R. 1.), LloO; 'Consent' (i\ C. Gotch, R.8.A.), L 75; 'Meetiug the Homeward Bound,' L 10 5; ' Black-eyed Susan.' L 210; 'Memories' (Ycend K'ng), L 315; ' A Paris Soup Kitchon' (J. Huyberc, N.E.A.0.). LOO; 'From Door to Door,'Lso ; 'On the Hills above Dorking,' L 125; 'Kirkwall, Crkney.' (K. W. AllaD, R.W.8.), L 120; 'Chi k' (F. Bourdillon), L 100; 'Alilkworaen of Dordrecht' (B. Aubrey Hunt), L 26 2; ' King Coal, Rochester' (W. L Wyllio, R.A, RL), L 250; Thyme at Eleu-iV (Sir Frederick Loighton, P.R. A.), L8C0; 'Summer Weather in the Channel' (H. Moore, .fI.H.A.), L 20); 'Brickfield, Southend '(L Thomson, R.B.A ), L 150; 'Our Playground ' (F. Brown, N.K.AC.), L 150; 'School' (T. Kenuington), L 100; 'Motherless' (A. Hacher, N.8.A0.), L 120; 'Below tho Mil), Dorking,' L 175; 'JNot Lost, but Goto Before' (Onevalier Taylor, N.E.A.C, L 150; 'Confidence * (E. F. Brewntall, R.W.S.). L 200; 'Remorse' (3. J. Solomon,, N.E.A.C), L 275; * Helpless' (W. A. Ingram and T. 0. Qotoh), L 800; 'Evening, Holland' (A. W. Wtedon, K. 1.), 184; 'Homeward Bound ' (T. King, R.8.A.). L 52 10s ; 'Preparations t r the Market' (S. A. Forbes, N.E.A.C.). L 10 5; 'The Kathers'(T. Roussell, N.K.A.0.) L 52; 'Poole Harbor'(A. Moore, A.R.A ), L 5210.1; 'Becoles, Suffolk* (J Aumonier, V.1.), L 75; 'Loch Marie ' (A. W. Weedon), L 73 ; ' Tarbet. Lochfyne' (R. W. Allen, R.W.S.). L 52 10<: 'ln the Turkish Bazaar' (0. Robertson, A.R.W.S.), L 52 10.». Some fifty-seven etchings, etc ,by D. Law, R.S.P.E., C. J. Watson, Detraold T. Thomas, J. M'N. Whistler, Munich, etc., will also bo forwarded. A large picture—'The Triumph of Spring,' by G. P. J. Hood, N.K.A.O.—whioh was Bold in Sydney for L 1,050, will, it 1b expected, be a'so forwarded if the present owner's objections can be overcome,

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EXHIBITION NOTES., Issue 7932, 13 June 1889

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EXHIBITION NOTES. Issue 7932, 13 June 1889

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