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rIHE CITY OF LONDON FINE ARr.e JL T ASSOCIATION. GRAND FINE ARTS. THE DIRECTORS OF THE ABOVE ASSOCIATION hare much pleasure in announcing that thev are noW producing a magnificent PICTURE, entitled "ST. MICHAEL'S MOUNT," CORNWALL, (Size, 16^in. by 23Jin.) Being a facsimile of the original Oil Painting bvthe lata lamented CLARKSOX STANSFIELD, ESQ., R.A., And are willing to forward the same, carriage free, W* every reader of this paper, on receipt of P.O.O. vain* Two Shillings, or 26 stamps, subject to conditions namelt m voucher below. This Picture, the cluf d'atuvre of Stansfield's great paintings, is one of great historic interest apart from itt being a masterpiece of Marine and Landscape Paintinft combined. The Mount, which is one of the oldest of our tamous English Antiquities, is subject that cannot fai. to attract public attention and secure a large sale. The Monastery which has stood for nearly fifteen hundred years as a place for Christian worship, am* which, ages before that, was nsod by the Druids to cele- brate their rites and ceremonies, is so well known that we need not here go into details. The scene as depict ed by the late CLARKSOX STAXSFIELD, Esq., R.A., repre- sents the Mount and Cliapel, with the Hamlet nestling at its base, around which the waves are dashing in all their mighty lury. A short distance cut at sea is seen the wreckage of gallant ship, which two crews of hard? Cornish tishermen are trying to rescue from the ocen. The mainmast, which has drifted towards the ihore, tells r its own tale in language more powerful than can W, expressed by words, apart from the interest eansed 1)1 the faces and actions of the men, who appear to be heart and soul in their endeavours to rescue the ship. A litt further out are seen ships in the oilln", and the diep azure and varying tints of the sea and sky are rendered in the manner that the great marine painter could do. This picture, which is an exact copy of the oiigillal Oil Painting, and contains no less than twenty colour* so well blended that it is almost impossible to' detect ifi from an Oil Painting, will be sent, carriagt free, securely packed, on receipt of Post Office Order for Two Shilling4 or 26 Stamps. In ordering, it will be necessary to eJJl close voucher found below. PRESENTATION' VOUCHER. 523 (Early application is recommended as there are | only a limited number ol copies.) f On receipt of this Voucher, accompanied by P.O.O. value 2s., or 26 stamps, t agree to for- I, ward (within two days) carriage free, and se- curely packed, the magnilicent Oleograph from I the original Oil Painting by the late CLARK- I SO-N STAJfSFIELD, Esq., R.A., entitled. ST. MICHAEL'S MOUNT," CORNWALL (Size, 15i inches by 23J inches). I And if not approved of, the amount will be returned in full. Signed, WALTER C. ARCHER, Secretary. The City oi .London Fine Art Association, "5, Great St. Helens, Bisliopsgate, London, E.C. P.O.O. pai-able to Walter C. Archer, Greshani I House, Post-oftice, City. The Cornish and Devon Post of Saturday, January 2% 1882, says :—" Lovers of Art, and particularly admirers <j j, our Cornish lions, should secure the splendid oleograp h i' just published by the City of London Fine Art Assod»" jf tion. The price of it is only two shillings it is wor'1 double the money." Copie.i of the Picture have been forwarded to tU* Right Worshipful the Mayor of Truro, Cornwall, fro'1 whom a testimonial has been received the Right li'| Sir W. T. Knollys, K.C.B., the Earl of Leicester, VIs count Portman, and the Secretary, G. Wilmhurst, Esq:, of the Duchy of Cornwall and also to the Editor ut this paper. Catalogues free on application. 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