Revelation, Jules Charles Aviat

simple material, in "Youth's Sunny Hours." In "A Dream of Roses," a young girl, reclining on a couch after her bath, covered with a furred robe, indulges in one of those visions which an interesting novel has the power of inspiring, and which we know as day-dreams. The artist is the wife of a well-known French painter who has won distinction at the Salon. "A Naiad" is one of the most characteristic and expressive of the ideal pictures of Charles Landelle. It was first exhibited at the Salon of 1882. The Naiades were, in Grecian mythology, the nymphs of the fresh-water lakes, streams, and springs, and part of their duty was

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