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Direr, portraits reproduced, Albert Diirer the Elder, 1497; 426
Diirer's Father at Syon House, 435
Diirer's Father in the Stadel Institute, Frankfort, 435
Head of Albert Diirer the Elder, 437
Drawing, Head 0/ a Peasant, 437
his idea of proportion, 475, 481

Dutuit Collection of Rembrandt litchings, ()9
Dutuit, August, his bequest, 72
Christ Healing the Sick, 73 ; john Uijtmbogaerdt (third
state), 75 ; The Raising of Lazarui. 75 i The Three Trees, 77;
Dr. Faustus, 79 ; The Btirgomaster Six (third state), 79

EASTLAKB, Sir Chas, Art adviser to Prince Consort, 9
Elias, Nicolas, Dutch painter, 319
dates of birth and death, 319
twelve pictures in Rijksmuseum, 319
paintings: Portrait 0/ a Gentleman, 315; Portrait 0/ a Lady,

317

General Index to Volume V

Etchings, see Dutuit Collection

see also under Millet

Exhibitions, Foreign, see French Primitives, Sienese, Oxford
Portraits, Woodcuts (Dutch)

Exhibitions, Contemporary, 3, 115, 211, 23r, 333, 427, 513

Exhibitions: Paris, Belgium, Holland, Germany, 109-1t1, 226,
227- 326-329- 421-423- 505‘509- 596. 597

FAMILLB-VBRTE, see under Ceramics
Fayt-lez-Seneffe, 507
excavation of Belgo-Roman cemetery, 507
Federighi, Sienese sculptor, 581
Fine Arts Commission, 8
Flémalle, Maltre de, pictures attributed to, 297, 356, 367
Forbes, James Staats, death of, 117, 159
Foreign Correspondence, 109-111, 126, 127, 326-329, 421-423,
506—509. 595—597
Fouquet, Jean, xv century painter, 92, 356, 357
influenced by Pol de Limbourg, 357
his influence on his successors, 92
his method of painting, 357
Liechtenstein portrait denotes final culmination of his
art, 358
Fra Angelico, painter, 283, 370, 37g
Francesco di Giorgio, Sienese painter, painting by, attributed to
Neroccio, 583
Francesco of Padua, goldsmith and carver, 179
carved the Hercules in Wallace Collection, 179
date of the work, 180
another work attributed to, 180, 184
Francesco Bianchi Ferrari, painter, 442
Christ with the three Apostles in Gethsemane, by, reproduced
on P- 449
Franchimont Castle, plan of building discovered, 227
French Primitives, Exhibition of, 89
its object, 89
period represented, 89
organizers of, 227
in uence of French and Sienese artists on, 92, 281
evolution of the art of Sculpture, 279
centres of French art, 282
important stage in development of F ranco'Flemish art,
284
naturalism of early xv century work most approximate
to that of China and Japan, 282, 286, 297
representative mid xv century pictures of Southern
France, 370
Pieta from Villeneuve-les-Avignon greatest work in the
Exhibition, 37g
paintings, etc., at, details of Narbonne Altar-Frontal, 93, 95 ;
Portrait 0/ 6.]. des Ursins, by Fouquct. 95; Death of the
Virgin, 287 ; Scene from the Apocalypse, byJaques Bandol,
287; Pield, in the Troys museum, 289; Right panel of
diptych, National Museum, Florence, 289; Shutters 0f
triptych, by Melchior Broederlam, 291 ; Crucifixion, and
the Martyrdom of St. Denis, an Malouel, 293; The Annun-
eiation, 295; St. Genevieve, yJean Fouquet, 359; Draw-
ing, by Jean Fouquet, 359; Enamel portrait of the artist,
by Jean Fouquet, 359; Virgin and Child, by Jean Fou-

French Primitives, paintings-cont.
quet, 361; The Nativity, by the Master of Moulins, 363;
The great triptych from Moulins, by the Master of
Moulins, 365; Assumption, 371; Our Lndr and St. Anne
Enthroned, 371 ; Portrait by the Master 01 Moulins, 373;
A Donor prorated by St. Vietor, 373; Coronation oft/1e
Virgin, by Charanton, 375; Pietd, from Villeneuve-les-
Avignon, 377
Froment, Nicholas, French painter, 380
Furniture and furniture makers, see Claydon House, Dr. llorne's
collection, Speyer collection, Manwaring, Adam, etc.
Furniture of XV111 cent., English:
minor makers, 173-178
history and evolution of, 482-503
introduction of painting on, and re-introduction of inlay and
veneer, etc., 482-3
results of modern restoration, 382, 391
specimens reproduced on pp. 487—493 and 499-501

Gnonons Pn'nr gallery, 327

pictures and studies by Bonnaud, 327
German art and the German Emperor, 6

suppression of individuality of young artists, 6

‘ secession ' formed against suppression, 6
Germany, notes from, 508-509, 596-597
Giovanni Fei, Paolo di, Sienese painter, 582, 583
Giovanni, Matteo di, Sienese painter, 583
Gruner, Prof. Ludwig, art adviser to Prince Consort, 9
Guidoccio Cozzarclli, pupil of Matteo di Giovanni, Sienese

painter, 44o
Adoration of the Magi, reproduced on p. 449

HBAPHY, THOMAS, draughtsman, 518
his copies of drawings of Likeness of Christ at the British
Museum, 518
reproduced on p. 522
Heidelberg castle, restoration of, 596
Hepplewhite, furniture designer, 176, 392, 483, 503
Hermes, statue of, 97
description of, 97
reproduced on p. 99
Hilliard, Nicholas, miniaturepaintcr, 573, 574
miniature, Mary, Queen 0/ Seats, 577
Holbein, Hans, painter, his work at Oxford, 212
Holbein, miniature by, 337
recently in Hawkins collection, 337
description of, 337
wrongly described as Duchess of Norfolk, 3 37
its present value, 337
miniature reproduced on p. 332
portrait in his picture of the Ambassadors identified, 413
reproduced on p. 412
Holland, notes from, 111, 328329, 423, 507-8
Horne, Dr., of Scarborough, 381
his collection of English furniture by Chippendale, Man-
waring, Mayhew, etc., including the ' thirteen pattern ' ;
the ‘spade' foot; the ‘Marlbro' ' leg; the claw and
ball ‘ snap table,’ described on pp. 381-395
specimens illustrated: escritoire and china cabinet, 383;
Jacobean chair, 383; various chairs, 385, 38g, 393 ; china
cabinet, serpentine-fronted table, etc, 387; table, 393;
Hepplewhite bed, 395

Innassroms'rs at Brussels, 110
Ince, furniture designer, :73
designs by, attributed to Manwaring, 173, 497
Ingres, French XIX cent. painter, 529
painting, Odalisque, 531
International Exhibition of '51, Originator Prince Consort, 8
Ionides Bequest, pictures by ancient and modern masters (includ-
ing French), 455-462, 529-536
lsabey and h'ailet Exhibition at Paris, miniatures, sketches
studies, printer-lithographers' work, 226
see also 529
Italian pictures in Sweden, 439-451

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Ivory and bone caskets (mediaeval), 299

their design connected with contemporary romance and
legend, 299

logical sequence of ideas can be traced in, 305 6

a French casket described, 299-305

an Italian casket described, 309

Italian work executed under French influence, 306

industry founded at Venice by Baldassare degli limbriaclii,
309

illustrations: The Story of Aristotle, 301 : the taking of the
Castle of Love, 301 ; Tristan and Iseult, and the capture
of the Unicorn, 303; the Knight and the Hermit, 303;
Lancelot 0n the Sword-Bridge, 303 ; Italian casket with
marquetry and carvings in bone; Jason slaying the
Dragon, 307

Jacoro DELLA QUERCIA, Sienese sculptor, 581, 582
statues of St. Anthony and St. Ambrose, 585

jacqueinart de Hesdin, painter, 284

jacques Baerse, Flemish painter, 284

{an Malouel, painter, 285

can d'Orleans, Charles V.'s painter, 28o

Jean de Dinteville, portrait of, identified. 413
painting and drawing of, reproduced on p. 412

johnson, furniture designer, 177, 243

KAISER FRIEDRICHS museum, com letion of, 597
Kessler, Count, a vice-president o the Kfinstlerbund, 6
Kiinstlerbund. association of German artists, 6

Kent! and Kilnstln (explains aims of above), 6

Lace: Blackborne collection, 557
ancient motifs preserved in symbolism of, 557-560
pieces showing oriental influence, 558-559
cutwork, or ' Greek ' lace : origin and description of, 559
Byzantine style employed in x1 and x11 cent, 559, 560
Italian, English and Genoese lace described, 558-569
specimens illustrated on pp. 561- 567
Laugier, maker of fai'ence, 466
Legend of Christ's Portrait of Himself, 518-528
three versions of this picture, 521
the one at the Vatican palace described, 521
the Genoese version, 521, 522
Legend of ‘ Abgarus,‘ 527, 528
miniatures illustrating it reproduced on p. 526
Letters, to: Autograph letters
to the Editor, 597
LiEge exhibition, 1905, entrance bridge, 596
Lille museum, contribution to Exhibition of French Primitives,
421
Limoges Enamel, su Triptych
Lippo Memmi, Sienese painter, 582
Lock, furniture designer, 14
carvings attributed to, 14
publication by, 176
Lorenzetti Amhrogio, Sienese painter, 81
Madonna and Christ Child, painted by, 85
past history of, 81
description of, 81-2
other pictures by, 83—4
paintings, Madonna and Child at Siena, 87 ; polyptych at
Siena, 87
Lorenzo, Costs, Florentine painter, 441
Portrait ofa Boy by, reproduced on p. 445
Louvain, restoration of town hall, 328
Louvre, recent purchases and bequests, 109, 327
presentation by Society of the Friends of, 226
private donors, 327
Luxembourg museum, recent additions to, 226
exhibition of living masters at, 327
Lyons museum, recent purchase, 328

MARS, Nicolas, Dutch painter, a student of Rembrandt, 319
painting: Boys Bathing, 313

Manuscripts, recent sale of, 591
m Richard II

Measuring, Robert, furniture designer, 173. 263, 391
contemporary of Chippendale, 173
set of chairs by him signed M., 175
work associated with that of minor men, 174. 175
his unequal work, 176
design for goihic gates, 173; designs for chairs, 174-178
points by which his chairs may be distinguished, 178, in
film 495. 407
chair attributed to, reproduced on . 493
Martini, Bernardo, a Milanese painter, ll: hiiest picture, 11,}
robable date of, 19)
influenced by Leonardo, 199
two pictures by, accredited to Borgognone, 199
painting in tempera tiy, attributed to Ambrogio de Predis, zoo
solution of the problem of identlucation of various portraits
of Beatrice d'Este, zoo
Portrait of Leanna (.riwlli at Rickmansworth shows his
capacity as portrait painter, 201
comparison between above and Lennie Criwili at the
Louvre, 201, 202
date of his death, 202
portraits by, of Andrea da Novelli, bishop of Alba, 203;
Beatrice d'Este, 203; diptych, 205; Family (jroups,
205; Dona. of Savoy, 207; Luciczia Crivelli, 209;
Lucrezia Crivelli (Leonardo da \‘inci), 114; Mathilde,
Princess, sale of effects at Belgium, 506
Mayhew, furniture designer, 178
McColl, D. 5., his pamphlet containing the text of Chantrey‘s
will and his criticism of the latter's trustees, 116»117
Melchior Broederlam, Flemish artist, influenced by ltalian art,

284, 285
Middelburg Exhibition, Holland, collection of old brassware, 508
Milan, early painter of, m Martini Bernardo (called Lenale), 199
Millet, jean Francois, drawing by, 47
number of paintings by, 47
his abilities as a painter and draughtsman, 47, 48
exhibition of chalk drawings by, 48
La Glaunius, his work on, 51
sale of above, 51
etchings by, 52, 118, 120, 122
his work at Barbizon, 118
sketches made during 1849, 118
woodcuts of above by Adrien Lavielle, 118, 139
studies for L'Epofé: d4: Champs, 118
bequest by Constantine lonides to South Kensington mn-
seum, 121
Le Mort It I: Buchros, at Copenhagen, 121
his visit to Greville, his home, in 1854, 121
his grandmother's share in his training, 121
painting of UM Paysamu mtnanl [nitrt m miles, 141
presented to museum of Bourg enebresse by Napo-
leon III in 1859, 141
other paintings described on p. 141
M. Gavet's collection of Millet drawings exhibited in 1875, 142
pastels by, 141, 142
painting of Grand: Tondzuu, twice exhibited, 139
painting: Le Noiwmu-nr', 139
exhibited in Salon of 1864, 139
ridiculed by critics, 139-140
drawings: Ln Trauma dis Champs, 123, 125, 127, 129, 131,
133. 135 ; LIS Romassurs d4 Varuk, 117 ; Ln Maids,
143; Ln Tondnirs d4 Mouton, 145; L! Nouz'saI-u', 147;
La Cmdause do Limit, 149; I‘aysamu Garden! to Vubl,
151; La jam: Borgkre, 153; Gardtuu d: Mouton: sur la
Lisii'n d4 la Firit, 155
studies for Les Glsuuses. 53, 55, 57, 59
studies for Lt: Lavendiires, 61, 63, 65; Let Lavendiivu, 67
Miniatures, St! Holbein; Hilliard; Richard 11
Modern pictures as an investment, 5
Monaco, Lorenzo, Renaissance painter, 439
Madonna and Child, by, reproduced on p. 443
Morgan, J, Pierpont, triptych by Nardon l’enicaud, 98; former
owner of, 98
Moritz von Schwind, Prince Consort influenced by, 8
Morris, Henry, painter of Welsh porcelain, student of Billingsley,

404
Moulins, Maitre de, French painter, 357, 367
two sources of Flemish influence, 367
method of painting, 369
differences of quality lead to provisional creation of two

painters, 369

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Moustiers Ware, set under Ceramics

Municipal Museum, Amsterdam, recent additions to, 328, 508

Museums, sn Louvre, Luxembourg, Versailles, etc., under re-
spective headings

NATIONAL Society (Paris), 326, 421
Neroccio di Landi, Sienese sculptor, marble bust of St. Catherine
by, 581, 582, 583
reproduced on 585
Niccolo di Ser Sozzo, Italian miniaturist, 584
Nivelles restoration of transept of the church of St. Gertrude, 227

Ou'mvs, maker of faience, 465
Orrock, James, his collection of English pictures criticized,
414—416
Oettingen-Wallerstein collection of pictures bought by Prince
Consort, 10, 11, 349, 517
Overbeck, a Nazarene painter, his influence on Prince Consort, 8
Oxford Exhibition of Historical Portraits, :11
collection confined to pictures from colleges, Bodleian and
University Galleries, 211
period covered, 211
originators of, 211
pictures invariably painted in xvr and xvii cent., from
models, etc., 211—212
work by Hans Holbein, 212
ictures attributed to Holbein, 212
evelopment in technigue by middle of xvi cent., 213
portrait by Cornelius e Zeeu Pinxit, 213
seven portraits of Elizabeth, at, 213
Portraits: Anne of Clovis, 215; An Unknown Man, 215; Nurse
and Child, 217; Mrs. Bridgman, 217; john King, Bishop
of London, 219 ; William Stake, Principal of Glouustrr Hall,
219

PACCHIA, Sienese painter, paintings by, attributed to Pacchiarotto,
83—584
Palazzo Pubblico, (Siena), exhibition of ancient art at, 581
Parasole, Elisabetta Catanea, designer of lace, 557, 559
Paris, notes from, 109, 110, 226, 227, 326-328, 421—422
Penicaud, Nardon, artist, 98
date and whereabouts of earliest dated picture, 98
triptych by, 98 ; reproduced on p. 101
Periodicals, su Bibliography
Pictures (notable) in contemporary exhibitions, 232, 334
Piero di Cosimo, Florentine painter, 442
Madonna and Child, by, reproduced on p. 447
Pisanello, 408
portrait in Louvre by, identified, 413
P01 de Limbourg, miniaturist, 281, 286, 356
designs in his book, ‘ Hours at Chantilly,‘
another miniature attributed to, 298
Pollard, William, painter of Welsh Porcelain, 403
Porcelain, su under Ceramics
Portraits :
5:: Oxford Exhibition of, 21 1 ; Spence, William Blundell,
31o; Holbein, 413; Durer, 431
Primitives, su French primitives
Prince Albert as a collector, 7
Painters by whom he was influenced, 8, 9
his scheme for promotion of art, 8
his art advisers, 9
pictures purchased in 1845-6—7; 9, 10

Rnnnr exhibition, see Isabey and Ratiet, 226
' Real Friend and Companion ’ (for Chair Makers), 177, 263
Rembrandt Etchings, su Dutuit Collection, 69
Reports, to: Bibliography
Reprints, :00 Bibliography
Reviews, m Bibliography
Richard II :—
Contemporary account of the fall of, 160
The M5. by jehan Creton at the British Museum in the
Harleian collection,160
other editions of the account, 160
description of the Harleian MS., 161
Miniatures in MS, their value from standpoint of art and
illustration, 161
Miniatures not absolutely contemporary with the period, 161

General Index to Volume V

Richard II—cont.
style of painting of the miniatures, 162
Miniatures: Crrton and tht Franck Knight, 163; Henry of
Monmouth Knighted, 163 ; The Rllu/ Ships, 165 ; Mac-
morogh, 165 ; Archbishop Arundel, 167; Salisbury's
Arrmll at Country, 167; Richard's Hut, 169; Hi‘hard at
Conway, 169; The Dukes of 1mm and Surrey, 271 ;
Bolinglirolt: and the Dukes, 271 ; Richard and Northumbn-
land, 273; Northumbarland's Oath, 273 ; Ii’irhard Capturzd,
275 ; Richard and Bolingbroke at l—‘lint, 275; Richard
dtlivtnd to th: Citizms of London, 277; Bolingbrolu claims
the Crown, 277
above described in Creton's account, 161, 162, 171, 172,
267-270
Rijks Museum, Amsterdam, 111, 319, 507
paintings of Netherlands school acquired, 423
recent purchases of bronze and porcelain, 423
Rossetti, D. G., 456
drawings by, in Ionides collection, 456
drawings gtwo) of heads reproduced on p. 457
painting, he Day Dream, reproduced on p. 459
Rousseau, Victor, sculptor, 596
Royal Academy and Old Masters, 4
Royal collections, The, 7, 349, 517

SALES, sn Book Sales
Sano di Pietro, Sienese painter, 349, 582, 583
painting by, Madonna and Child, 351
pictures attributed to, 582
Sassetta, Sienese painter, 582
painting, Madonna and Child, 587
Sculpture and Sculptors, m Boxwood carvings
m Alkamenes
at National Society's Exhibition (Paris), 327
see Ivory and bone caskets
at Sienese Exhibition, 581
at Antwerp, 595
Seal, design for Irish seal of queen Elizabeth, 573
aflinities with Great Seal of England, 1586-1603, 573
probable designer, 574
reproduced on p. 577
Segna di Bonaventura, Sienese painter, 582
Shearer, furniture designer, 503
Satinwood bookcase by, reproduced on p. 499
Sheraton, designer and manufacturer of furniture, 484, 485, 503
Sienese Exhibition, sculpture, paintings, and metal work, 581
Silenrieux, discovery of antique tomb, 506
Simone Martini, Sienese painter, 582
Soane Museum, Chippendale chairs at, 381, 391
Solario, painter, Italian School, 573
St. Sebastian and St. Christopher possibly painted by, 573
reproduced on p. 575
Somzée Collection, sale of, 422, 506
Spence, William Blundell, painter, actor, and musician, 310
portraits of, by Alfred Stevens and G. F. Watts reproduced
on p. 311
Speyer, Edgar, his collection of furniture, etc., described, 544
utilization of gothic, renaissance, and Louis XIV, XV, XVl,
544
sculpture,'tapestries, maiolica, terra-cottas, pictures and fur-
niture, etc., described, 544- 548
Illustrations: The Buffet in the Dining-Room, 549; a corner
of the Drawing~room, showing ceiling, 551; Saint Adrian,
French wood-carving, 553; Madonna and Child with
tho Infant 5. ohn, 553; Bay with dog, by Franz Hals,
_sss= Burgun an Tapestry. 555
St. Louis Exhibition, dispute between German Emperor and
Snessions as to display of German art, 6
Studio, 4

Tnmsn, Roman well discovered, 507
Tervueren museum near Brussels, building commenced, 422
Textiles, m Carpets
Titian, Portrait 0/ Ariosto bought by National Gallery, 516
Triptych belonging to Mr. Pierpont Morgan, 98
Tzane, Emmanuel, Greek picture copyist, probable painter of
Litmus: of Christ at Buckingham Palace, 517, 527
picture copied from painting at Genoa, 528
portrait reproduced on p. 519

Una/mo da Cortona, sculptor, 581

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VAN on: Cons, Hugo,Flemish painter, 367
his influence on the Matti-e de Moulins, 367-368
Van Eyck, Hubert, painter, 286, 298
Van Eyck, john, portraits by, 190, 408
description of portrait of Nicholas Albergati at Vienna,
190
drawing by, of Albergziti in silver-point, 19!
possible date of drawing, igi
translation of writing on, i9i
description of portrait of De Leeuwe at Vienna, 192
description of portrait of Baldwin de Lannoy at Berlin,
408
probable date when painted, 408
drawing after portrait, 408
paintings: B. Nicholas Albergali, 193; John de Lmiwe, 197;
Baldwin :1: meoy, 409
drawings: B. Nicholas Albn'gah', 195; Baldwin dc Lamioy,

409
Van Eycks, discovery of their studio, 507
Vecchietta, Sienese sculptor and miniaturist, 581-584
Velazquez at Vienna Gallery, 338-40
supreme position as painter of children, 338
his masterpiece of child life, 3325
his earliest work in the Vienna Gallery, 338
Baltasar Carlos, earliest painting by, at Vienna, 338
Quml Mariana discOvered 23 years ago, painted after Velaz-
quez' second return from Italy, 338
Infanta i'n Rid, compared with the Prado masterpiece, 340
The Family of Mata (Velazquez), arrangement 0t figures,

34°

treatment of children akin to that of Master of the Meninas,
probablyan unfinished work by Velazquez completed
by Mazo, 340

Paintings :—
Quen Mariana in White, 341 ; The Infant Margarita, 343 ;
The Infant Prosper, 345 ; The Infants in Red, 347
described on pp. 338-340

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W.“ Knit, Samuel, potter and manuLict irer of Nanigarw, 398
Walker Art (ialli ry, prejudice in the appoiniinent oi a curator,
354—5
\\'allu.ce Collection, 7
Waiteau, an unknown, In the National Gallery of Ireland, for-
merly in the collection oi Colonel S. Browell, R.A., 235
its CODlllllun, :35; no engraving exilrs, 235
masters by “hum he was influenced, 230, 237
characteristics 0! his style. :37
his power to express feeling and life in this picture, 238
paintings, etcv, Welding Fmimtiu, 230; La Vmu (Mimi, :39
studies in reil cha. Ir, 24x
“fans, 0. F., death of, 442
characteristics ol' his style, 442
portrait of, from drawing by Mnrchloness of Granby, 443
5r: a'sfl 455 o
Wavre, excaiations at, ruins of Roman villa discovered, 42:
Webb, kev. {[ohn, traii-lator of jehan Cretun's MS. describing
the all of li'icliarl ll
Whitgift Hospital at Cl'uydUfl, its historical interest, attempt to
demolish it, 335, 336
\Vinter Exhibition, The. 4. 5
Woodcuts, Dutch erhibitim of, iii-

Youxo, manufacturer of Nantgarw, 39%, 403

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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS TO VOL. V

SIR WALTER ARMSTRONG
OSWALD BARRON, F.S.A.

SIR WILLIAM BENNETT, K.C.V.O.
REV. H. E. D. BLAKISTON, B.D.
DR. WILHELM BODE

JULIA CARTWRIGHT
HAROLD CHILD

R. S. CLOUSTON

HERBERT COOK, F.S.A.
LIONEL CUST, M.V.O., F.S.A.
OSBORNE M. DALTON

R. E. DELL

PROFESSOR E. VON DOBSCHUTZ
CAMPBELL DODGSON
LANGTON DOUGLAS

DR. ROBERT EISLER

HENRI FRANTZ

ROGER E. FRY

CAMILLE GRONKOWSKI
ALBERT HARTSHORNE, F.S.A.
C. HERRINGHAM.

MARY S. HERVEY

G. F. HILL

(3. J. HOLMES

RICHARD R. HOLMES, C.V.O., F.S.A.

HERBERT P. HORNE
M. JOURDAIN

J. KERR-LAWSON
ROSE KINGSLEY
CHARLES LOESER

FRITZ LUGT

DR. HANS MACKOVVSKIJ

T. STURGE MOORE

ARTHUR MORRISON

G. C. PEACHEY, M.D.

S. MONTAGU PEARTREE

F. MASON PERKINS

PROFESSOR R. PETRUCCI

CLAUDE PHILLIPS

A. VAN DE PUT

ERNEST RADFORD

CHARLES H. READ, F.S.A.

CHARLES RICKETTS

FRANK RINDER

VICOMTE G. DE RORTHAYS

BARONESS AUGUSTA VON SCHNEIDER

DR. HANS W. SINGER

OSVALD SIREN

CECIL H. SMITH

L. SOLON

A. TEIXEIRA DE MATTOS

SIR EDWARD MAUNDE THOMPSON, K.C.B., V.P.S.A.

WILLIAM TURNER

P. M. TURNER

PAUL VITRY

DR. W. VOGELSANG

W. H. JAMES WEALE

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