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MAGNIFICENT ART-WORK BY WALTER CRANE. CRANE (Walter) “The FIRST of MAY,” a Fairy Masque, illustrated by 57 designs,

printed by the photo-gravure process, in exact facsimile of the original drawings by WALTER CRANE; India Proofs, imperial folio size, in portfolio, £6. 68 1881

The same, First Proofs on India Paper, atlas folio size, in portfolio, £10. 10s * Copies in various sumptuous bindings, forming handsome presents, kept in stock.

By this process the engravings are hardly to be detected from the drawings themselves. No description would realize the variety of subjects, and the wide range of Mr. CRANE's pencil, nor the felicity with which each of the characters, human and semi-human, is drawn and individualized. Men, women, boys, girls, fairies, demons, elves, imps, beasts, birds, and even insects, all figure before ussinging, dancing, flying, joyous or sad, in eacli scene of the masque. All is May and Fairyland.

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. «• The First of May’is in its own way a masterpiece. Mr. Crane has brought all his graceful and pleasant fancies to bear on his “Fairy Masque.' It has all the well-known marks of his genius, and is full of quaintness, grace, and whimsical fancy. It is rich in sunny landscapes, purling brooks, and sharly groves. The artist's pencil seems to inspire everything with life, from the lovely Angelica, the Fairy Queen, her dainty elves, and gossamer-winged wood-nymphs, to the birds and beasts which are scattered so profusely over the pages.

The softness of tone and the variety of light and shadow have been excellently preserved by the Goupil process, and the engravings have almost the appearance of the original."-Pall Mall Gazette.

““The First of May' is a grand art-work, and bids fair to be the book not only of this but many another season. It is unique in character, unsurpassed and unsurpassable in beauty, and one of the most exquisite and choice that an artist-mind could conceive, or enlightened and liberal-minded publishers carry out. It will be a treasure—'a thing of beauty that will be a joy for ever'--to those who are fortunate enough to secure copies. These should be at once applied for.”The Reliquary.

“The First of May' is a work full of tender feeling, and perfect in composition. The artist's smaller figures, his children, are delightful. What could be prettier than the little group around the maypole, No. III., or the busy elves making the spring's green wave break o'er the fields'? And how successful, too, he is in his delineation of the half-animal, half-human creature, which, though somewhat sparingly, he has introduced; two groups on Sheet XXXVIII, are not unworthy of Wilhelm von Kaullach or of Grandville."-Academy.

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