Art: Complete Wood

Good poets, even while alive, rarely escape the honor of a collected edition, but few painters living or dead have been given an exhibition of their complete work. The reason is that a gifted painter's work is usually dispersed among many purchasers, costs a great deal of money, time and tact to reassemble. One of the most remarkable events of the London art season, therefore, was an exhibition which opened fortnight ago at the New Burlington Galleries—852 oil paintings, water colors and drawings, comprising the complete* life work of a young Englishman...

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