Anthony Frederick Augustus Sandys


Coloured chalk on paper

The Studio (October 1904): 4

“As the pageant of fair women passes before us what loveliness is there, and what power and what variety in its presentation! Here is the petulant beauty of Proud Maisie, and the mystic radiance of Selene; anon we see . . . the glorious cascade of the tresses that adorn Miranda.” — Percy Bate

Text and image correction by George P. Landow

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