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|Archive reference number||NG23/1962|
Two fragments of a German alterpiece discovered through cleaning at the National Gallery - Saints Dorothy and Margaret in the style of the Master of Liesborn 27 Feb Cleaning of 'Madonna and Child' by Titian is completed 8 Mar
Acquisition: 'The Martydom of Saint Januarius' by Giordano 5 Apr
Changes to rooms 21-23 19 Apr
Two pictures bequethed to the Gallery: 'Allegorical Figure of Grammar' by Laurent de La Hire and 'Jason swearing eternal affection to Medea' by Jean-Francois Detroy 2 May
Loan of Gainsborough portrait to the National Gallery 9 May
Evening opening of the National Gallery 21 May
Trustees response to government report on security at the National Gallery 7 Jun
An attempt to damage the Leonardo cartoon 27 Jun
A bequest of pictures to the National Gallery from the late Claude D. Rotch 2 Jul
'Adoration of Kings' by Jan Brueghel removed from Gallery wall by a member of the public 3 Jul
Leonardo cartoon back on display 4 Jul
The Leonardo appeal 31 Jul
Extract from Hansard regarding Leonardo cartoon 31 Jul
Loan of five Impressionist and Post Impressionist pictures 9 Aug
Press conference invitation for publication of annual report Sep
Acquisition: 'Adoration of the Shepherds' by Le Nain 10 Dec
'Saint George and the Dragon' by Tintoretto cleaned 18 Dec
Summary of newspaper reactions to an attempted crime at the National Gallery [possibly the removal of Brueghal from wall] undated.
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG2152, NG2153, NG3948, NG6327, NG6330, NG6337, NG6331, NG16, NG3547|
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