George du Maurier
Bellamy Brown. “Quite a poem! Distinctly blessed, precious, subtile, significant, and superb”
Jordan Jones to whom a picture by R. Robinson is as a red flag to a bull as B. B. knows “Why hang it, man, the Drawing’s vile, the Colour beastly, the Composition idiotic, and the Subject absurd!”
(Bellamy Brown). All works of the highest genius have faults of that description.
Jordan Jones. Have Today? It's good to hear it, then, for there’s a chance for you, Old Man
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