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4 THE TOMAHAWK. [May ii, 1867.
EXTRA O RDINARY MEETING AT THE ROYAL ACADEMY .
public Thtg , was morning caused , a. by...
A New Game for Old Players.—Judging from...
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4 The Tomahawk. [May Ii, 1867.
4 THE TOMAHAWK . [ May ii , 1867 .
Extra O Rdinary Meeting At The Royal Academy .
EXTRA O RDINARY MEETING AT THE ROYAL ACADEMY .
Public Thtg , Was Morning Caused , A. By...
public Thtg , was morning caused , a . by good a delay deal of of inconvenience more than an to hou the r in art opening -loving the doors of the Royal Academy . No explanation was offered at the doors to the indignant remonstrances of the impatient of in terms sufferers the Trafal p with icture gar who several square s had of this congregated , in academicians year hopes , but of at we getting an are that earl happ a y we hour cool ily on can un on such -elbowed the divul pavement good view art the - extraordinary scene which was the , cause of the porter ge s procrastination . dv It -ny seems porter that was on bewildered going to by open hearing the rooms voices upstai of all rs sorts , the in Aca full - discussion , if not quarrel inside , and such phrases as " You be
hanged ear . Cautiousl ? " R . A y . 's approaching indeed . ' " Turn , he ' beat em out down , ' struck to the his key trembling -hole of the Tremens door , could and not describe even , the the young functionary man who 's horror foam at s in what the he Dai saw ly . The creations of our best artists had left their frames and were jestiing the abortions of certain Royal academicians in spite of * ' " r attempt to keep back the indignant crowd of mocking fges . . ssed iabled However with from , the the his concurrence Ri prominent ght Hon position . of Secretary the assembl to obtain for Forei to a hearing take gn Affairs the , and inion pro was - ' the , majority for or against the individual y , Art-creations op there d then exhibited , and at the same time to pass such strictures tneir creators
as nugni prove an encouragement or a warning £ future ged that attempts before . the At matter this juncture went any , the further Bishop a request of London might fniade h . or to to remain Mr . Lei in g her hton frame ' s Venus , as reall , to p y lunge it could altogether , not be allowed into her — in Stanley here interrupted the speaker by saying that he convinced that there need be no alarm as Venus evidently , ; not a drop of blood in her veins , and that otherwise her to ru y was with so vestme agreeable nts altogether ; besides , . did not his Lordship wish 4 to - do The Bishop thought Dean Stanley ' s views too liberal , but him ould smaller not supp than ress nature the life . in him , although Mr . Watts has made Mr . Maclise's Othello begged the company would not make so jich noise as he was suffering most * intensely from brow-aguetsdemona wondered how the Moor could be so selfish , whe > i * r arm was broken at his side and Emilia was black in the fa < S * disgust at the whole affair . ^ dmary A sensation scene was , by caused some , sp which lendid nearl wild y pu cattle t a stop of nnimole to Sir this Edwi extra n ' s - . AsnnrieA % ring to ^' 1 ^ toss ^ 0 11 Ansdell . Qt " ^» r \ lr » xr curr tfUC " Heads ^ WtfVVU racta ^ or fKnf tails ?¦ l ^ , " but \ i-kl \ l as * U > AtAAimX there was J * v \ irrT no * fr <
k V \ JJ |/ W « t ^ V } . A- ^^ M . * . * . i ^ **^ ^ VA 4 C 1 . 1 * Wlt ^ ALVU 1 U AiAALilV be useful in sending their horns through several canvasses rig ht minster and left had . ( no Cries hesitation of " Name in naming , name the . ) princi The pal Dean academicians of West- . He did not think there were many publicans who would put up as a sign-board " The Submission of the Emperor Barbarossa ^ i ( A voice "High Hart / " ) The Dean was sorry the honourable ' speaker had the heart to say so . The Dean ' s attack was followed treated up , . perhaps by a of rush , were at a several great man impostors y gaudil , y in dressed which dolls the , worst from th *^ . studios Mr . Horsley and Mr . Elmore ; a theatrical J itfiet by Mr . Ward ; Oliver Cromwell and his officers , to whom no change of climate ( in spite of the catalogue ) would ever do good ; and a King of East Anglia , who had strayed out of Madame Tussaud ' s , by the kind permission of Mr . Herbert . These , no doubt , could scarcely have met with worse handling , but there is no knowing what might have happened if Venus had not called the attention of everyone , by screaming out , " O / take away on the this floor nasty bv Mr caterpillar . E . W . " Cooke referring . Venus to some , ooor fish dear -bones , was not left
the only one affected , for the sight of it opposite had already given Magnificent the cramp , to make Savonarola more a ' s wfu fingers l faces , and than caused ever fell Lorenzo to the Z Mr . Armitage ' s proteg es . e 4 Right that the Honourable nasty creature Secretary should for be Foreign given up Affairs after the happil close y Exhibition , to the cattle of Mr . Davis , to whom he could idaHrn great & er pr English aise tha beautv n to ca . ll called him " Rachel the Eng , interceded lish Troyon £ & . j' E *
the R . A . sand few could resist her winning grace or Eastern dress , while , many a hand was raised to help her in carrying her water-jug . She was ably seconded by Charles the Second and his notions Court of Beauties dressing , . who , however , are almost too modern in their The Bishop of London here referred to the hour , and begged 1 that some praise might be given where praise was due . Lord Stanley was given " Ten minutes to decide " by Mr . Leslie , but said he would , not accept even one , as his opinion was , that in more that p quiet icture charm , and its av ., fellow d greater , called promise " Willow than Wiltow in anything , " there else was in thp Rnoms W > fi » 1 « - if- Tif « rhif-vtn < : nv that Mr . Leslie nu & ht not
to have sent his insipid cousins with their twopenny black cat to the same Exhibition . tisements The Dean . He of Westminster would lain very . Mr much . Millais objected in to ite art of adver Mr - . exp , sp his step Ruskin livelihood this ' s year misguided to in the flesh interference -colouring of Messrs , that , . had Heal he made and need Son scarcel such for a an y wonderful resort accurate for reproduction of their pay bedding . It was quite bad , enough to have these unsightly objects thrust under one ' s nose in every railway walls station of ,, and the Royal at the Academy end of every with magazine their portraits , without . defacing the A little Miss Millais interrupted her minuet , to request the bright Bishop dress would . prevent His Lordship Mr . F . patted Walker the 's little little boys thing sp on lashing her head her j ;
that in sp the ite of little her boys scarlet were vestments worth a , but hundred gave red her petticoats to understand and could not be well found fault with . , Venus , who really made herself very , conspicuous , exclaimed I frame against shudder the prop at inquity the touch of . a The chilling inconvenience Frost , which was caused made her by j j one shame Musidora , the prop , which inquity thoug of the h c two alled nudities a Frost showing , was a the burning horror j of a little sin in juxta-position to the naked truth . At this moment , Mr . Calderon entered Home after Victory amid much applause . Some amusement at the same time was created by Mr . Orchardson ' s Countess of Auvergne learning to beat the drum in a loft . When the noise had subsided , the Right Hon . Secretary ** T still . aHi # = » on c o- his nrl rr legs «»«* -1 , addressed » rr » # »« n « T the am n meeting -nrlfi * t \ if as * imnrp follows ijuinn : — flint- w < = »
shall have almost immediately to have recourse to our canvassing ( cries of" No Politics" ) , I should say to our canvasses , " I Cadiz beg to Break teturn -Down my " hearty and his thanks " Shepherd to Mr teaching . Leighton his Love for , his , to Suck dren , Barley to Sijt Edwin -Sugar Landseer •/ ' to Mr . and Millais Mr . for Davis his for portraits their " of Cattle chil " - his to Mr " Bathers . Poyhter " to for Mr his . A " . Israe Moore l in Egypt his " " to Pompeian Mr . F . Walker Idlers ? for to Mr . Burgess for his " Students of Salamanca ? and to Mr . Mason for his lovely " Evening at Matlock ? in front of which my thanks agreeable are friend also due , the to Dean Mr . , Cooper is lost in who mute has admiration restored . himself My best to i , axria & which i
pu will enable iavour us all sending to qo and enjoy gucu .- comp c . letel gci > y u . uu the uuiiKcy fresh sea blow across Mr . Hook's sands . " Here the Academy porter being under the impression that the frames would be left empty if he listened enormous any longer amount , turned of the Wardour key and street entered properties . Had it which not been were for lying the abouthe would have thought himself under the influence o f a recovered dream , and his so eyesi dazzled ght was after he staring with silks at a and black satins picture , that he of onl Her y Majesty on horseback ( in which all is black which is not Brown ) for But full if twenty a sceptical minutes public . wishes for certain proof of the veracity j of the porter , we refer them to No . 493 . The Curator of Sir J . the Soane last ' s to Museum recover , having his frame with ( of his mind usual ) , had bonhomie not the waited time till to tihis wjiilu auiuuicuiiy uuuiju ; t
for turn what rounu otherwise on gelling would uu be puti an ^ extraordinary portrait « m , of a gentleman ' s back . ;
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* $^Jsg Tterby Outsider.—General Peel.
* $ ^ jSg ttERBy Outsider . —General Peel .
Tomahawk (1867-1870), May 11, 1867, page 4, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/t/issues/ttw_11051867/page/2/