Whistler. In view of the great amount of attention which the exhibition has attracted, the accompanying reproductions of some of the works included therein will be of interest to those of our readers who have not had an opportunity of visiting the exhibition itself.” The Studio.. Walter Greaves, 1846-1930. Watercolor[?]. “Last month we referred in this place to the exhibition at the Goupil Gallery on Regent Street of works by Mr. Walter Greaves and to the artist's relation with
Other works by Greaves reproduced in this article
- Old Battersea Bridge, Early Morning
- Old Chelsea Church at Night
- Cremorne Gardens at Night, showing entrance to theatre and stooping Venus fountain
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“Studio-Talk.” The Studio. 53 (1910): 147.
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