"French Criticism on British Art." Art Journal 17 (1 Nov. 1855): 237-300. Excerpts.

Mr. Webster has the good fortune, for the most part, to have pleased the French Critics, although they have not let him off without one or more of their good-natured brushes. The Moniteur (June 2) thus discusses him:-

"In proportion as Millais and Hunt alienate themselves from the accustomed style of the English school, does Mr. Webster, on the other hand, cling to and abide by it.["]


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