The third exhibition of the Camden Town Group, now on view at the Carfax Gallery, is, on the whole, the best shown as yet. When we compare it with the work exhibited at the New English Art Club by artists about contemporary with these, and of similar educational antecedents, we are conscious of a certain difference of atmosphere difficult to define. It is hardly to be claimed that a common fund of artistic principles unites the former body, for there are within it diversities of opinion as strong as any that exist between the Camden Town Group as a whole and the New English Art Club from which it is an offshoot. The bond is, perhaps, rather social, consisting in the common possession, for instance, of a taste for low-class surroundings – for unpretentious subjects, which in no circumstances could yield an imposing exhibition picture. As indicating a disposition to be content with a humble lot – indeed, actively to seek it – the title of the Group is not without a rough appropriateness.