Chilly, Jules Scalbert


bearing or influence on the selection of their pictures for reproduction. The intrinsic merit of the painting, its value as an artistic work, the completeness with which it represents the ability and style of the artist, and the interest of its subject, have been combined to form the test by which it has been judged. No picture, for example, has been taken merely because it was painted by a famous man, nor any rejected because the painter was at the commencement of his career or possibly unknown to general popularity. It is only by such rigid impartiality that justice

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Jules Scalbert

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