The Parents' Review

A Monthly Magazine of Home-Training and Culture

Edited by Charlotte Mason.

"Education is an atmosphere, a discipline, a life."
Art Club.

Volume 13, 1902, pg. 387

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 criticised 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, S.W.

May to November, 1902.
Subjects for May.
I.--Bluebells. In many places it is not too late to find a carpet of bluebells during the early weeks of May. The scheme of colour must necessarily be a light and delicate one. The foliage is still sparse and of a pale yellow green. The blue flowers seem to bring heaven to earth, when they repeat the blue of the sky above.
II.--A drawing done in watercolour on brown paper, or in pastel, of one or more apple trees. This may be made very effective in outline, only great care must be taken to give the exact shape of the delicate branches, which may be painted a soft greyish brown. Some of the delicate greens of spring grass beneath the trees will make a pleasing harmony.
Miss Stewart Wood "At Home" to members of the Art Club and their Friends, on Friday, May 9th, 1.30 to 3 o'clock, at her Studio, Vine Court, Holland Street, close to St. Mary Abbots, Kensington.

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