domingo, 12 de junio de 2011

454. THE WIFE'S REMONSTRANCE. (James Campbell, jun.)

Society of British painters 1858

By far the best picture in the Suffolk Street rooms this year; full of pathos, and true painting. But I fear Mr. Campbell is unredeemably under the fatal influence which shortens the power of so many of the Pre-Raphaelites the fate of loving ugly things better than beautiful ones. In his "Visit to the Old Sailor" (800), he has painted the rugged face well, but quite spoiled the child's. He ought to repaint the child's face; the rest of the drawing is worth any pains he could spend on it.

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