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Perhaps the best result of the Birming- ham school will hardly be achieved until the formal effe6t of its training is less patent. The ' sixties ' might have been void of art, so far as these designers are concerned, save that in those days Morris and Burne-Jones and Walter Crane, as well as Millais and Houghton and Sandys, were about their work. Far other is the case with artists such as Mr. Byam Shaw, or with the many draughtsmen, including Messrs. P. V. Woodroffe, Henry Ospovat, Philip Connard, and Herbert Cole, whose art derives its form and intention from the sixties. Differing in technical power and fineness of invention, in all that distinguishes good from less good, they have this in common — that the form of their art would have been quite other if the illus- trated books of that period were among things unseen. Mr. Byam Shaw began his work as an illustrator in 1897 with a volume of' Browning's Poems,' edited by Dr. Garnett. He proved himself in these draw- ings, as in his pictures and later illustrations, an artist with a definite memory for the forms, and a genuine sympathy with the aims of pre-Raphaelite art. Evidently, too, he admires the black-and- white of Mr. Abbey. He has the gift of dramatic conception, sees a situation at high pitch, and has a pleasant way of giving side-lights, pi(5torial asides, by means of decorative head and tailpieces. His illustrations to the little green and gold volumes of the ' Chiswick Shakespeare ' are more emphatic than his earlier work, and in the decorations his H ENGLISH BOOK-ILLUSTRATION power of summarizing the chief motive is put to good use.