London: Walter Scott, 1890
The period covered by Arts:Search is 1890. Available now.
Monthly. Short-lived art journal - only seven issues
were published (January-July 1890). It was the
successor of The Scottish Art Review (1888-1890). Like
it’s predecessor it contained a wide-ranging mix of
articles including a report on the Rembrandt
exhibition at Burlington House, London in 1890; and
articles on the London Impressionists; The Teaching
of Drawing in Parisian Municipal Schools; Thoreau’s
Poetry; Heine on Music; Auguste Rodin; Marie
Bashkirtseff; Alfred East; Alfred Roll; and G.F. Watts.
Also contains art news, and book and exhibition
Contributors included Walter Savage Landor,
Lawrence Housman, Arthur Symons, Edward
Carpenter, and Gleeson White.