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To the genre of sentiment, not history, belong Mr. Herbert Schmalz’s “For Ever” (page 352) and Mr. Arthur Stocks’ “Her Sweetest Flower” (page 349); the one is romantic, the other realistic, but both are very tender and sincere in feeling. Mr. Schmalz’s group is posed in lamplight, moonlight shining outside, and consists of a very lovely golden-haired lady and her dark lover, a troubadour, who sits at her feet pausing in his love-songs to mark the paleness of her cheek as she lies on her couch; the two may be supposed to pledge their troth “for ever,” whether for life or death. The young artist has a considerable gift of colour, and is master of no little effective power. (p. 350)


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