The Studio, Volume 69

Charles Holme, editor

Production Description

Document Title: The Studio
Author: Charles Holme, editor
Publisher: “The Studio” Limited
Printer: Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co.
City of publication: London
Date of publication: 1916
Volume: 69


Current Location: Duke University Library
Catalog Number: n1.s9

Physical Description

Cover: Olive green, with engraving of a young couple standing under a pair of intertwined trees.
Columns: 2


  • Ashwin, Clive. “The Early Studio and Its Illustrations.” Studio International cxcvi:1003 (1983), 22-29.
  • Ashwin, Clive. “The Studio and Modernism: A Periodical's Progress.” Studio International cxcii:983 (Sept.-Oct. 1976), 103-112.
  • Gordon, D.J. “Dilemmas: The Studio in 1893-4.” Studio International clxxv: 899, 175-183.

Scholarly Commentary


This issue of the periodical contains full-colour reproductions of the George Rae collection of pictures that were acquired by the Tate Gallery in 1916. These included the two major oils Monna Vanna and The Beloved and four of DGR's most significant watercolour pictures: The Wedding of St. George and the Princess Sabra , The Blue Closet , The Damsel of the Sanct Grael , and The Chapel before the Lists . They are the illustrative materials accompanying T. Martin Wood's article on Rossetti, which was written in celebration of the National Gallery's acquisition of the Rae Collection of watercolor paintings by DGR.

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