A Reverie

Solomon J. Solomon

Exhibited Society of British Artists 1885

Oil on canvas

Source: the 1885-86 Magazine of Art.

“Mr. Solomon's "A Reverie" (12), which, if one may judge from his picture in the Institute, is none the worse, in spite of occasional flimsiness and hardness, for lacking his usual square and smartly conventional touch. If he displays in Suffolk Street less cleverness of handling, at least by careful search after values, he produces a broader and more logical effect” (163-64)

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