The Studio: 156. [Click on the images to enlarge them.]. the Peninsular and Oriental Pavilion at the 1900 Paris Exhibition by Frank Lynn Jenkins (1870-1927). Architect: Thomas E. Colcutt. Source:
The Studio article describes both of these untitled works as coloured reliefs by Jenkins and G. E. Moira.
The Pavilion at the Paris Exhibition and Moira's paintings
- The Peninsular and Oriental Pavilion at the Paris Exhibition
- Dome (I)
- Dome (II)
- The Rock Devils
- The Fog Fiends
- The Spirits of the Gulf Stream
- Sketch for the Dome of Peninsular and Oriental Pavilion
- Cartoon for The Sun
- Cartoon for The Moon
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“The Decoration of the Peninsular and Oriental Pavilion at the Paris Exhibition.” The Studio. (1900): 149-56. Internet Archive version of a copy in the University of Toronto Library. Web. 25 July 2013.
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