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Shelter by Arthur Hopkins.
Two boys and two girls use a rocky ledge by the sea as shelter from the rain. The girls have dresses, and the boys are barefoot, and have sun-hats, suggesting that it is Summer. The painting is featured in an article entitled “Pictures of the Year.—IV.” which was a review of the Royal Academy pictures for (I think) 1880.
“Armour ou Patrie” and “Shelter” are sketched herewith, the one being the most dramatic of Mr. Marcus Stone’s contributions to the Academy this yeat, and te other a charming picture by Mr. Arthur Hopkins. (p. 398)
(I have not yet scanned the Marcus Stone picture.)