The Camden Town Group in Context

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Frank Rutter, ‘Round the Galleries. Other Exhibitions’

Sunday Times, 11 June 1911, p.17.

Other Exhibitions.
The first exhibition of the “Camden Town Group” will be on private view at the Carfax Gallery (24, Bury-street, Jermyn-street) next Wednesday and open to the public on the following day. The exhibitors are members of what is becoming known as the “Fitzroy-street School,” and include Messrs. Walter Bayes, R. P. Bevan, Malcolm Drummond, Harold Gilman, Chas. Ginner, Spencer F. Gore, J. D. Innes, Henry Lamb, Lucien Pissarro, and Walter Sickert. – The exhibition of the Societé des Artistes Independants at the Quai d’Orsay, Paris, has been prolonged and will now remain open till June 30. The French Government has already acquired twenty-six works from this collection for the State, among those chosen being pictures by E. F. Boyd, A. Karpeles, Paul Signac, and Ysern y Allié, all members of the Allied Artists’ Association. – To-morrow is the final day for receiving (at 67, Chancery-lane, E.C.) catalogue decorations for the forthcoming fourth annual London Salon of the Allied Artists’ Association, to be held in the Royal Albert Hall during July. – The Chairman of the Manchester Art Gallery Committee has reserved for the permanent collection of that city the works entitled “Romance” and “Peace,” which are now included in his exhibition of paintings at the Goupil Gallery (5, Regent-street). At the same gallery there is now on view a collection of paintings by Romaine Brooks. – Messrs. Brown and Phillips announce that the statement published recently in the Press that the late Mr. MacWhirter’s remaining works will be disposed of by public auction is incorrect. It is by order of the executors that one hundred watercolours by the late Academician are now on exhibition and for private sale at the Leicester Galleries. – An exhibition of cartoons of “Men, Women, and Events of the Year,” by Mr. Harry Furniss will remain open at the Ryder Gallery (47, Albemarle-street, Piccadilly) till June 21. – A collection of silver point drawings, watercolours, and tinted pencil portraits by Mr. Charles Sainton, R.I., is now on view at the Brook-street Art Gallery (14, Brook-street, Bond-street). – The Nineteen Club’s exhibition, which includes Mr. Herbert Bedford’s portrait drawings, Mrs. Stabler’s statuettes, and other works by Stacy Aumonier, Edith Hope, and F. F. Ogilvie, will remain open at the Mount-street Galleries (89, Mount-street, Grosvenor-square) till June 14. – An exhibition of sculpture and sanguine drawings by Prof. V. L. Jerace, and also of oil paintings by Corot, Daubigny, Millet, Troyon, etc., from the collection of His Excellency Don Jose Ferreyra da Costa, Ambassador of Brazil in Rome, is now on view at the Dudley Galleries (169, Piccadilly). – The A. W. Bahr collection of early Chinese paintings (T’ang to Ming period) and pottery and porcelain (Han to Ming period) is to be privately viewed to-morrow and Tuesday at the Fine Art Society (148, New Bond-street) and will remain on exhibition there during June.

How to cite

Frank Rutter, ‘Round the Galleries. Other Exhibitions’, in Sunday Times, 11 June 1911, p.17, in Helena Bonett, Ysanne Holt, Jennifer Mundy (eds.), The Camden Town Group in Context, Tate Research Publication, May 2012,, accessed 28 May 2024.