The Suitors of Aprille

The Suitors of Aprille

Charles Robinson

"Newlyn, so long known as the home of a certain school of painters, seems likely to become also famous for its authors. Mr. Garstin's excellent notes and articles on art matters will be familiar to readers of The Studio. The Suitors of Aprille is a charmingly told tale, and Mr. Robinson's illustrations, as may be seen from the one here reproduced, are of that excellent quality we are accustomed to find in his work." — The Studio

  • The Newlyn School
  • 1899

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