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System Number: 09363
Date: [July 1886][1]
Author: JW
Place: [London]
Recipient: Rebecca Paddon[2]
Place: [London]
Repository: Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Document Type: PD/Ms


'July 1885 when he exhibited his Sarasate[3]'

SOCIETY OF BRITISH ARTISTS.
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER.

A BALLOT WILL BE HELD DURING THE SEASON TO FURTHER THE OBJECTS OF THE SOCIETY.
THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS[4] HAVE PROMISED WORKS, WHICH WILL BE ON VIEW IN THE GALLERIES DURING THE MONTH OF JULY:—

[left column:]
 
ADAMS-ACTON, J.
BAYLISS, WYKE, F.S.A.
BOOT, W. H. J.
BREAKSPEARE, W. A.
BROMLEY, JOHN
CARTER, WM.
CATTERMOLE, CHAS.
CAUTY, HORACE H.
COBBETT, E. J.
EAST, ALFRED
ELLIOT, EDWARD
ELLIS, EDWIN
EVANS, BERNARD
FINNIE, JOHN
GADSBY, W. H.
GIRARDOT, E. GUSTAVE
GLINDONI, H. G.
GORDON, R. J.
GOTCH, T. C.
GRACE, A. F.
GRACE, JAMES E.
HAAG, CARL R. W. S.
HAGUE, ANDERSON
HARDY, T. B.
HAYLLAR, JAMES
 
[middle column:]
 
HELMICK, H.
HEMSLEY, W.
HENLEY, L. C.
HILL, ARTHUR
HILL, JAMES S.
HODSON, SAMUEL J.
HOLMES, ED.
HOLMES, G. A.
HOLYOAKE, W.
HOOD, G. P. JACOMB
HUNT, E. AUBREY
INGRAM, W. AYERST
JAMES, FRANCIS E.
JOHNSTONE, H. J.
KING, HAYNES
KING, YEEND
LAW, DAVID
LLOYD, STUART
LUDBY, MAX
LUDOVICI, A.
LUDOVICI, A., JNR.
MACCULLOCH, JAMES
MACLEAN, T. NELSON
MACNAB, PETER
MENPES, M. L.
 
[right column:]
 
MORGAN, WALTER J.
MUNN, G. F.
NOBLE, J. S.
PAGE, H. M.
PATTEN, A. F.
PEEL, JAMES
PEELE, J. T.
PICKNELL, W. L.
REID, JOHN R.
RIXON, W. A.
ROBERTS, THOMAS
SMITH, CARLTON A.
STARR, SIDNEY
SYMONS, W. CHRISTIAN
THOMSON, LESLIE
THORNELY, CHARLES
WAITE, JAMES C.
WALTERS, G. S.
WATSON, J. D.
WEEDON, A. W.
WHISTLER, J. MCN.
WILLIAM-STOTT OF OLDHAM
WOOLMER, A. J.
WYBURD, F. J.
WYLLIE, C. W.

THE FIRST FIFTY SUBSCRIBERS OF £5. 5S. WILL RECEIVE AN ETCHING[5] BY MR. J. McN. WHISTLER (AFTER WHICH THE PLATE WILL BE DESTROYED), IN ADDITION TO FIVE CHANCES IN THE BALLOT.
TICKETS - ONE GUINEA EACH.
TO BE OBTAINED FROM ANY OF THE MEMBERS.

Of course you will have to go in for this! - the Howellian[6] spoils must be recklessly spent!

[butterfly signature]

SUFFOLK STREET, PALL MALL EAST.

'To[7] Mrs Wreford Paddon'


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Notes:

1.  [July 1886]
Dated from SBA lottery (see #06709 and #06709).

2.  Rebecca Paddon
Rebecca Paddon (b. 1844 or 1845), wife of S. W. Paddon [more].

3.  'July 1885 ... Sarasate'
Date note written at the top of the sheet in another hand. JW exhibited Arrangement in Black: Portrait of Señor Pablo de Sarasate (YMSM 315) at the 62nd Annual Exhibition, Society of British Artists, London, 1885 (cat. no. 350). Its subject was Pablo de Sarasate y Navascues (1844-1908), violinist [more].

4.  MEMBERS
John Adams-Acton (1834-1910), née John Adams, sculptor [more]; Wyke Bayliss (1835-1906), painter and architect [more]; William Henry James Boot (1848-1918), painter and illustrator [more]; William Henry James Boot (1848-1918), painter and illustrator [more]; William A. Breakspeare (1855 or 1856-1914), genre painter and illustrator [more]; John Bromley (fl. 1876-1904), landscape painter [more]; William Carter (1863-1939), portrait painter [more]; Charles Cattermole (1832-1900), watercolourist and history painter [more]; Horace Henry Cauty (1846-1909), historical and genre painter [more]; Edward John Cobbett (1815-1899), artist [more]; Alfred East (1849-1913), landscape painter and etcher [more]; Edward Elliot (fl. 1879-1911), landscape, coastal and figure painter [more]; Edwin Ellis (1841-1895), marine and landscape painter [more]; Bernard Walter Evans (1848-1922), landscape painter [more]; John Finnie (1829-1907), landscape painter and printmaker [more]; William H. Gadsby (1845-1924), genre painter [more]; Ernest Gustave Girardot (1840-1904), genre and portrait painter [more]; Henry Gillard Glindoni (1852-1913), genre and historical painter [more]; Robert James Gordon (fl. 1871-1893), genre painter [more]; Thomas Cooper Gotch (1854-1931), painter [more]; Alfred Fitzwalter Grace (1844-1903), landscape and portrait painter [more]; James Edward Grace (1851-1908), landscape painter and illustrator [more]; Carl R. W. S. Haag (1820-1915), landscape, portrait and miniature painter [more]; Joshua Anderson Hague (1850-1916), landscape painter and watercolourist [more]; Thomas Bush Hardy (1842-1897), marine painter [more]; James Hayllar (1829-1920), genre and portrait painter [more]; Howard Helmick (1845-1907), painter and etcher, Professor of History of Art, Georgetown University [more]; William Hemsley (1819-1906), genre painter [more]; Lionel Charles ('Bill') Henley (1843-1893), genre painter, RBA auditor [more];Arthur Hill (fl. 1858-1893), landscape, genre and portrait painter [more]; Samuel John Hodson (1836-1908), artist [more]; Edward Henry Rickman Holmes (1823-1893), landscape painter [more]; George Augustus Holmes (1861-1911), painter [more]; William Holyoake (1834-1894), genre and historical painter [more]; George Percy Jacomb Hood (1857-1929), genre painter and graver [more]; Edmund Aubrey Hunt (1855-1922), landscape and rural painter [more]; William Ayerst Ingram (1855-1913), marine and landscape painter [more]; Francis Edward James (1849-1920), landscape painter [more]; Henry James Johnston (1835-1907), genre and landscape painter [more]; Haynes King (1831-1904), genre and landscape painter [more]; Henry John Yeend King (1855-1924), landscape and rustic genre painter [more]; David Law (1831-1901), RBA treasurer, painter and etcher [more]; W. Stuart Lloyd (fl. 1875-1929), landscape and marine painter [more]; Max Ludby (1858-1943), landscape and genre painter and engraver [more]; Albert Ludovici, Sr (1820-1894), genre painter [more]; Albert Ludovici, Jr (1852-1932), painter [more]; James Macculloch (d. 1915), landscape and watercolour painter [more]; Thomas Nelson MacLean (1845-1894), sculptor [more]; Peter Macnab (d. 1900), landscape and rustic genre painter [more]; Mortimer Luddington Menpes (1860-1938), artist [more]; William Jenks Morgan (1847-1924), genre painter and illustrator [more]; George Frederick Munn (1852-1907), painter and sculptor [more]; John Sargent Noble (1848-1896), animal painter [more]; Henry Maurice Page (fl. 1879-1890), artist [more]; Alfred Fowler Patten (b. 1829), genre painter [more]; James Peel (1811-1906), landscape painter [more]; James Peel (1811-1906), landscape painter [more]; William Lamb Picknell (1854-1897), painter [more]; John Robertson Reid (1851-1926), genre, landscape and marine painter [more]; William Augustus Rixon (fl. 1880-1936), landscape painter [more]; Thomas Edward Roberts (1820-1902), painter and engraver [more]; Carlton Alfred Smith (1853-1946), genre painter and watercolourist [more]; Sidney Starr (1866 or 1867-1925), painter [more]; William Christian Symons (1845-1911), painter and designer [more]; Leslie Thomson (1851-1929), coastal and landscape painter [more]; Charles Thornely (b. ca 1832- after 1898), painter of river and coastal scenes [more]; James Clarke Waite (fl. 1863-1885), genre painter [more]; George Stanfield Walters (1833-1924), landscape and marine painter [more]; John Dawson Watson (1832-1892), painter and illustrator [more]; Augustus Walford Weedon (1838-1908), watercolour painter, RBA auditor [more]; James McNeill Whistler (1834-1903), artist [more]; William Stott of Oldham (1857-1900), genre and landscape painter [more]; A. J. Woolmer (1805-1892), sculptor and painter of genre subjects [more]; Francis John Wyburd (1826-?1893), painter of genre, literary and historical subjects [more]; Charles William Wyllie (1853-1923), land and seascape painter [more].

5.  ETCHING
The Fish-Shop, Busy Chelsea (K.264).

6.  Howellian
Charles Augustus ('Owl') Howell (1840? - d.1890), entrepreneur [more].

7.  To ... Paddon
Written in another hand.