"`. . . See small portions of the Eternal World that ever groweth': . . . .
So sang a Fairy, mocking, as he sat on a streak'd tulip,
Thinking none saw him: when he ceas'd I started from the trees,
And caught him in my hat, as boys knock down a butterfly."
`Thou hast a lap full of seed,
And this is a fine country.'
- Figurines in Old Saxe
- Bronze Tablets
- War Pictures
- The Overgrown Pasture
- Clocks Tick a Century
- Nightmare: A Tale for an Autumn Evening
- The Paper Windmill
- The Red Lacquer Music-Stand
- Spring Day
- The Dinner-Party
- Stravinsky's Three Pieces "Grotesques", for String Quartet
- Towns in Colour