"A series of Shakespeare plaques, which Morel-Ladeuil began during the latter part of his career, seem to indicate that he was begining to express himself more freely; and they go, further to prove that it was in low relief that he was happiest — happiest of all, perhaps, in the very lowest relief" (275).
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Day, Lewis F. "The Work of Morel-Ladeuil." The Magazine of Art. London: Cassell, 1890. 271-75; illustrated on p. 271.