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BLANCHE, Jaques Emile (1862 - 1942), painter and Man of Letters; art critic; novelist; Member of Institute of France; Member of the International Society of Sculptors, Printers, and Gravers

ORPEN, William (1878 - 1931), President of the International Society of Sculptors, Painters, and Gravers since 1921; President National Portrait Society; President Warwick and Coventry Art Society; Member Beaux Arts, Antwerp; Member of Academy of Arts and Letters, USA; Hon. LLD Dublin University; Hon. Fellow University College, London; Member Beaux Arts, Brussels

LAMBORN, Edmund Arnold Greening (1877 - 1950), Schoolmaster, Antiquary, and Man of Letters; late Headmaster, The East Oxford School; Occasional Inspector, Board of Education; late Lecturer in English, War Office Training School for Officers, and Assistant Master of Method, Oxford University Day Training College; Co-Examiner in English Poetics, University of London Diploma in Dramatic Art, 1927, 1928–29, 1935–37

CORTISSOZ, Royal (1869 - 1948), art critic New York Herald Tribune since 1891; Literary Editor also 1897–1913; Member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters; Trustee of the American Academy in Rome; Hon. Fellow of the American Institute of Architects; Hon. Member of Architectural League of New York; and of Society of American Etchers; Hon. Fellow of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and of National Sculpture Society; Trustee of Hispanic Society of America; Chevalier of the Order of Leopold of Belgium

BLOMFIELD, Reginald (1856 - 1942), Past President, Gold Medallist, Royal Institute of British Architects; late Member, Royal Commission of Fine Art; Member of Board of Ancient Monuments and of Advisory Council Victoria and Albert Museum; a Principal Architect of Imperial War Graves Commission; Hon. Member, American Academy of Arts and Letters; Officer de l’instruction publique and Hon. Corresponding Member of Societé des Architectes Diplomés de France and of Society of Architects of Argentine; Hon. Member of Royal Academy of Belgium; Hon. Member of National Academy of Design of America; a Vice-President, Royal Historical Society; Chevalier of the Legion of Honour; Officer of the Orders of the Crown and Leopold I, Leopold II of Belgium; Architect


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This quarterly magazine first appeared in July 1917 but had been planned much earlier, in the spring of 1914. The editors of the first two issues were the art critic ...

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