Arts: Faces

Some in spats and polished hats and some in velvet gowns, London ladies and gentlemen strolled last week to the French Gallery, Pall Mall, to see the works of Philip A. de Laszlo, famed modern portrait painter. There they peered at many countenances—dark, important faces; faces pinched with arrogance, petulant with breeding; faces proud; faces fair. From the walls, these faces peered back—among them:

Mrs. R. E. Warde, a tall, brunette lady with wavy hair—a renowned figure, long one of the reigning beauties of England. Known as a gifted amateur actress in...

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