Issue 47 and Volume 1894 15.

MISCELLANEOUS The Christmas number of Scribner’s Magazine presents a remarkable list of popular writers, including Rudyard Kipling. Robert Grant, H. C. Bunner, Brander Matthews and George W. Cable. In illustration it shows a number of novel features. Oliver Herford products a series of fantastic drawings which are curiously interwoven with the text of Brander Matthews’ story in a manner new to magazine illustration. Another notable feature in illustration is the three frontispieces showing the best work of A. B. Frost, Albert Lynch and Emile Friant, each drawing being very original in sentiment and treatment. One of the richest illustrated articles ever published in an American magazine is the account of the great English painter, George Fredericks Watts, R. A,, by the eminent art critic,Cosmo Monkhouse.who writes from the fullest knowledge, and with the approval of the artist. There are twenty pictures representing the most characteristic phases of Watts’s art, both…

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