The Parents' Review
A Monthly Magazine of Home-Training and Culture
"Education is an atmosphere, a discipline, a life."
Volume 14, 1903, pgs. 150-153
This Club is open to any readers of the Review, either lady or gentleman. The terms are 6s for six months. All work marked for exhibition is criticized by Mr. David Murray, A.R.A., on the yearly "Pupils' Show Day," in Miss Stewart Wood's studio, Vine Court Studio, Holland Street, Kensington. All particulars of the Club can be obtained from Miss A.Y. Davidson, Secretary, 41, Bessborough Gardens, London, SW.
November, 1902, to May, 1903.
Subjects for February.
I.—Take a branch of a tree and place it against a sheet of white paper. Draw the outline first, the same size as the original, then try and paint in as you see it.
II.—Still Life. A lemon, a piece of old pewter or silver, and a knife in the foreground, keep your background and table on which the objects rest quiet and harmonious in tone.
III.—Try and get a woodcut of one of Albert Deor's Landscapes and copy very carefully in pen and ink.
Proofread by Leslie Noelani Laurio, Feb 2009
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