This is expected to be of a much higher order than any thing that has yet appeared from any art union in the world.
An art union of his works was talked about; but it fell through.
He is received into their art union and at the same time wins Eva as his bride.
One of these is the art union, founded in 1840, and maintained entirely by subscriptions to its lottery.
The zeal displayed at Regensburg was short-lived; the German art union never met again in general convention.
A large number of the pictures were disposed of on the principle of an art union.
A still more brilliant future, however, was in store for the Christian art union.
As a director of the art union, I was continually studying pictures, landscapes by great artists, and the like.
The first art union established in Britain was that at Edinburgh in 1834.
Himioben, of Mayence, was the representative of the art union founded by him in that diocese.