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In Bohemia with Du Maurier

The first of a series of reminiscences

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Author: Felix Moscheles
Published: 1896
Language: English
Wordcount: 19,380 / 63 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 59.3
LoC Category: CT
Downloads: 306
Added to site: 2004.11.14 9176
Genre: Biography

his was a few years after my final return to England.) "Send him to Antwerp," I said, "to Heyermans; he is the best man I know of to start him."

Pen went, and soon made surprising progress, painting a picture after little more than a twelve-month that at once found an eager purchaser. The poet took great pride in his son's success, and lost no opportunity of speaking in the most grateful and appreciative terms of the teacher. Millais and Tadema endorsed his praise, and Heyermans' reputation was established. A few years ago he migrated to London, where he continues his work, pluckily upholding the traditions of the Past, whilst readily encouraging the wholesome aspirations of a rising generation.

Another man destined to find a permanent home in England was Alma Tadema. He was not much in the Painting Class in my time, but had previously been hard at work there. I mostly saw him in the room adjoining it, and he always seemed to me exclusively interested in the study of costume and history. The inc



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