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Address, in all cases,
HARRY C. JONES,
Publisher Quarterly Illustrator,

92 and 94 Fifth Avenue, New York.

CONTENTS

THE MORAN FAMILY. By Frances M. Benson,
A DECORATIVE ILLUSTRATOR. By Perriton Maxwell,
The History Of THE CENTURY MAGAZINE. By Henry Martyn,
A DELINEATOR OF LIFE. By Perriton Maxwell, .
THE ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE QUARTER. By George Wharton Edwards,
Art Notes OF REAL INTEREST,

PAGE

67
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INDEX TO ILLUSTRATIONS

ALPHABETICALLY BY ARTISTS' NAMES

. 66, 73

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E. M. Ashe, 121 Jewett Avenue, West New Brighton, Staten Island,

1 20
C. J. BUDD, 37 West 22d Street, New York,

106
DAN BEARD, 110 Fifth Avenue, New York, .

I 2
Miss MARIA BROOKS, 58 West 57th Street, New York,

127, 128
A. CASTAIGNE, Charcoal Club, Baltimore, Maryland,

96
T. V. CHOMINSKI, 788 Broadway, New York,

I 21
B. WEST CLINEDINST, 152 West 57th Street, New York,

I 21
Miss GEORGIE A. Davis, West New Brighton, Staten Island, .

125
WILSON DE MEZA, 30 East 57th Street, New York,
George WHARTON EDWARDS, 96 Fifth Avenue, New York,

109, 125

85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 126
SOL. EYTINGE, Bayonne, New Jersey,

91
STEPHEN J. Ferris, 1520 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa;
MRS. MARY HALLOCK Foote, Boise City, Idaho,

95
A. B. Frost, Convent, Morris Co., New Jersey,

105
J. H. GATES, Culiacan, Mexico,

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Miss Eleanor E. GREAToRex: 1; Campagne Premiere. Paris, France,

115, 117
Will PHILLIP HOOPER. 159 West 23d Street, New York,
CHARLES HOWARD JOHNSON, 103 West 55th Street, New York,
MRS. ANNETTE MORAN, 426 Fifth Avenue, New York,

75
EDWARD MORAN, 426 Fifth Avenue, New York,

Frontispiece, 71, 75, 78, 81
Mrs. Emily MORAN, 1322 Jefferson Street, Philadelphia, Pa.,

84
LEON MORAN, 103 West 55th Street, New York.

76, 79, 82
Mrs. Mary NIMMO MORAN, 37 West 22d Street, New York,

71. 72
PAUL NIMMO MORAN, 37 West 22d Street, New York,
PERCY MORAN, 103 West 55th Street, New York,
Peter Moran, 1322 Jefferson Street, Philadelphia, Pa., .
THOMAS MORAN, 37 West 22d Street, New York,

77
H. SIDDONS MOWBRAY, 66 West with Street, New York,
W. A. McCULLOUGH, 52 East 23d Street, New York,
Miss A. MCVICKAR, 123 East 35th Street, New York,

126
P. NEWELL, 1420 Franklin Avenue, New York,

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EDWARD PENFIELD, Art Students' League, 215 West 57th Street, New York,

115
JOSEPH PENNELL, care J. S. Morgan & Co., 22 Old Broad Street, London, Eng.. .

93
Victor PERARD, 146 East 44th Street, New York,
C. H. Provost, 52€ Carlton Avenue, Brooklyn, N. v..
CHARLES S. REINHART, 222 West 23d Street, New York,

113, 116, 123
FREDERIC REMINGTOV, New Rochelle, N. Y.,
F. B. SCHELL, 110 Fifth Avenue, New York,

103
FRANK O. SMALL, 31 Pinckney Street, Boston, Mass.,

IIO, I21
DAN Smith, 30 East 14th Street, New York,
W. GRANVILLE Smith, Y. M. C. A. Building, 23d Street & Fourth Avenue, New York,

103, 123
Mrs. ALICE BARBER STEPHENS, 1334 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.,

119
T. S. SULLIVANT, 4021 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pa.,

109
G. A. TRAVER, Newtown, Long Island,
S. W. VAN SCHAICK, 1512 Broadway, New York,
GEORGE VARIAN, 223 11th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.,

107
HENRY S. WATSON, Bordentown, N. J.,
Albert B. WENZELL, 37 West 22d Street, New York,

97, 98, 99, 100, 104, 120
H. M. WILDER, 157 Madison Avenue, New York,

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LEE WOODWARD ZEIGLER, The Alpine,” 33d Street & Broadway, New York,

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“ Nobility and genius run in families," it is said; but in this country, where titles point to a man's profession instead of his ancestors, genius ranks higher than any mere patent of prefix or possessions, and is the real nobility. One man of arts, letters, or sciences will raise a family from obscurity; two may immortalize it.

The Moran family is the most famous one in this part of the country for the extent and variety of the divine gifts lavished upon it by the custodian of genius. There are sixteen members of

it who are marine, landscape, animal, portrait,

and genre painters, etchers, and illustrators,

and an even dozen of these are so near the

head of their class that they are known as the

“Twelve Apostles.” It is pretty generally

believed that it is impossible for an artist to

be practical ; that the drudgery of labor is

beneath the dignity of genius, but the Apostles

have not disdained the humblest branches of

their calling. Indeed, it is record that

Edward, the elder, in his younger days, was

not above giving a house the customary

three coats and trimmings, and that he did

it well; that John, the dreamer, carried a cam

era until he became the From an original etching by Stephen best known out-door

the 7. Ferris.

photographer on continent; and Peter,

the etcher, served an apprenticeship with a

lithographer, drawing on stone the foundations of Aaming advertisements. Thomas, the student, was the delicate boy, but his later ambition stimulated his strength to such a degree that for thirty years he has averaged twelve and thirteen hours a day of close work, doing—besides his work in color—as much magazine and book illustrating as any living man except Doré, These four may be called the original Morans,

Their wives and sons have kept up the family traditions and extended its numbers by taking up painting

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GRANDMA MORAN."

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