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The Pleasures of Fancy.

(1) A small piece from Tintoret's Paradiso in the Ducal Palace, representing the group of St. Ambrose, St. Jerome, St. Gregory, St. Augustine, and behind St. Augustine his mother watching him, her chief joy even in Paradise.

(2) The Arundel Society's reproduction of the Altarpiece by Giorgione in his native hamlet of Castel Franco. The Arundel Society has done more for us than we have any notion of.