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Contains a page of 'Cubist Caricatures' by George Finey (q.v.) which comprises portraits of Dorothea Mackellar, Ernest O'Ferrall (Kodak), Hugh McCrae, Henry Lawson, Mary Gilmore, Sydney Ure Smith, H. C. McKay and Dame Nellie Melba.
Includes three portraits of Norman Lindsay (q.v.) which are accompanied by captions. The feature comprises the full-page portrait 'The Thinker' (p. 46) and two images entitled 'Norman Lindsay at Work' (p. 47).
Cleverly written as a conversational critique of Australian artists/writers, this three scene drama (which includes cast and stage directions) is actually a full-page advertisement for Art in Australiai.e. 'the distinctive Magazine' that 'is published by the people who publish The Home'.