E. J. Gregory, A.R.A.
Exhibited at the 1884 Royal Academy
Oil on canvas [?]
Source: Wedmore, Magazine of Art
“The keen perception of beautiful muscular action and of a fortunate "bony structure " (which is the very foundation of beauty of line) revealed beneath the fold or strain of modern dress — that keen and alert perception combined with a faultless draughts-manship, allows the artist we are considering to treat an every-day folk in every-day ways, with a dignity and interest that are at the command of very few of the painters of contemporary life. See, for instance, the latest important canvas, the Academy picture, his "Intruders." [continued below]
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