THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN. A Textbook for Students and others, especially designed to meet the requirements of the Board of Education Examination Syllabus on " Principles of Ornament." By G. Woolliscroft Rhead, Hon. A.R.C.A. With 16 photographic Plates and over 350 diagrams drawn by the author, on 60 Plates. Large crown 8vo, art linen, gilt, price 6s. net.

"Certainly no one is better qualified to write such a book. . . . The illustrations, consisting of photographic reproductions and several hundred line drawings by the Author, are excellent. The few specimens of Mr. Rhead's own work as a decorative designer, which he introduces, makes one wish for more of them ; they remind one of the thorough equipment of this admirable artist to speak with authority on his subject." - Arts and Crafts.

PLASTERING - PLAIN AND DECORATIVE. A Practical Treatise oh the Art and Craft of Plastering and Modelling. With chapters on the History of the Art, illustrated by numerous fine examples. By William Millar. With an Introduction by G. T. Robinson, F.S.A. Third Edition revised, containing 550 Illustrations, of which 50 are full-page Plates. Thick 4to, cloth, price 18s. net.

" Mr. Millar's book is in all respects admirable; written in a simple, effective style, dealing with the whole field of the art, and showing in its criticisms no lack of historical perspective.....It is full of technical information, while the illustrations contain some good examples of the best work of all kinds." - The Studio.

THE ART OF BRASS REPOUSSE. A Manual of Practical Instruction for the Use of Amateurs. By T. G. and W. E. Gawthorp, Art Metal Workers to His Majesty. Fourth Edition, revised and enlarged, with 50 Illustrations. Cr. 8vo, paper cover, price is. net.

"DER MODERNE STIL." (The Modern Style.) An International Review of Art applied to Industry as represented in the best productions of leading decorative artists in England, France and Germany. Containing a rich collection of Illustrations of Art-Work and Design of all kinds, including Wall Papers, Textiles, Lace, Embroidery, Bookbinding, Pottery, Furniture, Carving, Stained Glass, Metal Work, etc. Each volume is complete in itself and is sold separately: - Volume I. - With 815 Illustrations on 120 Plates. Large

4to, boards, cloth backs, price 20s. net. Volumes II.-VII, each containing 96 Plates, exhibiting 600 to 800 Illustrations. 4to, boards, price 15s. net each.

OLD CLOCKS AND WATCHES AND THEIR MAKERS. Being an Historical and Descriptive Account of the different Styles of Clocks and Watches of the Past in England and Abroad, with a List of 10,000 Makers. By F. J. Britten. Second Edition, much enlarged, containing 740 pages with 700 Illustrations of choice and curious specimens, mostly reproduced from photographs. Medium 8vo, cloth gilt, price 15 s. net.

THE DECORATION OF HOUSES. By Edith Wharton and Ogden Codman, Architect. With 56 full-page Photographic Plates of Interior Views, Doors, Ceilings, Chimney-pieces, examples of Furniture, etc. Large square 8vo, cloth gilt, price 12s. 6d. net.

This volume describes and illustrates in a very interesting way the Decorative treatment of Rooms during the Renaissance period, and deduces principles for the decoration, furnishing, and arrangements of Modern Houses.

OLD ENGLISH WOOD-CARVING PATTERNS - from Oak Furniture of the Jacobean Period. A series of examples selected and drawn in facsimile from rubbings, for the use of Teachers, Students and Classes. By Margaret F. Malim. Comprising 30 Examples on 20 Plates, reproduced by photo-tint process. Imperial 4to, in portfolio, price 8s. 6d. net.

This work has been undertaken in the hope of meeting the increased demand for simple wood-carving patterns. The rubbings have been taken from the best specimens of Jacobean furniture, and the details have been drawn in and shaded most carefully in order to reproduce the effect of the carving as accurately as possible. For the purpose of making her selection, the Author has visited many important private collections. The Introduction gives a clear explanation of the method of reproduction and also many valuable suggestions.

"To the amateur wood-carver and elementary student in the craft, this collection or thirty simple examples will be extremely useful. They are confined almost entirely to a flat form of decoration, therefore admirable exercises for beginners." - Art Workers' Quarterly.