An Applied Arts and Handicrafts Exhibition of very high standard is being organised to be held at the ROYAL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY’S HALL DECEMBER 5th to 12th, 1924 The object of this Exhibition is to give those artist craftsmen who feel the necessity of placing gond work before the public the opportunity of showing it themselves. For full parliculars pissa npply in w,iting to The Organising Secretary, 1 Rugby Mansions, West Kensington, W.14 THE FINE ART SOCIETY 148 NEW BOND STREET LONDON, W.1 Original 6tchings by MODERN MASTERS indu ling BRANGWYN CAMERON WHISTLER ZORN McBEY STRANG and man, ol,rs. CATALOGUES OA’ APPLICATION. January Exhibitions 1. Drawings by GEORGE BELCHER 2. Venetian and other Italian Watercolours by WALTER TYNDALE, R.I. EXHIBITION OF NEW WORK IN SCULPTURE BY JACOB EPSTEIN LEICESTER GALLERIES, LEICESTER SQUARE, LONDON, 10 TILL 6 Fortnightly Ex-hibitions One Man or Group Shows arranged Modeste Fees and Commis-sions. THE CHESTER GALLERY 2 Chester Terrace, Eaton Square, S.W. 1 Nearly opposite St. Michael’s Church. Telephone Victoria 152 Gallery will RE-OPEN JANUARY 21st. Particulars from The Direc-tor, Mn. Kate Wilcox,A.B.W.S. Open 10 to 5 Admission Fr, Closed at lo’c Thursdays. THE MACRAE GALLERY 16 FULH A M ROA D , LONDON, S.W .3 OPEN 10 TO 6 JANUARY—Drawings, Etchings, Lithographs and Wood Engravings by Contemporary Artists Colour Woodcuts by Mrs. E. C. Austen Brown FEBRUARY Water-colours and Colour Woodcuts of lona by F. Thalia How eni A. L Rankin Society of W omen Artists ANNUAL EXHIBITION ROYAL INSTITUTE GALLERIES, Piccadilly Feb. e 1th to Match 4th. Receiving day, Feb. est. Entry Forms of Sec., no Albany Mansions, S.W.11 A pproveci « One—Man » Shows HELD AT The Brook Street Art Gailery, 1, BROOK STREET, W. (Four doors from Bond St.) AD. 111