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|Archive reference number||NG24/1891/12|
|Date||31 Dec 1890-1 Mar 1891|
1.Acquisition: Habich Collection-attributed to Sodoma ‘Head of Christ’, Fabritius ‘The Adoration of the Shepherds’, Fabritius ‘The Naming of Saint John the Baptist’, Roghman ‘A Mountainous Landscape’, Decker ‘A Cottage among Trees on the Bank of a Stream’, Jacob de Wet the Elder ‘A Landscape with a river at the Foot of a hill’, ‘A Company of Amsterdam Militiamen’, van Ruysdael ‘A Landscape with a Carriage and Horseman at a Pool’, Wouwermans ‘A Landscape with a Farm on the Bank of a River’, Avercamp ‘A Winter Scene with Skaters near a Castle’, van Ostade ‘A Farmyard’, and van de Velde ‘A Goat and a Kid’
2.Building: need to maintain an equable temperature in the National Gallery
3.Conservation and restoration: damage to Holbein ‘Jean de Dinteville and Georges de Selve ('The Ambassadors')’ following recent restoration.
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG1348, NG1347, NG1346, NG1345, NG1344, NG1342, NG1343, NG1341, NG1340, NG1339, NG1338, NG1337 NG1337; NG1339; NG1340; NG1341; NG1342; NG1343; NG1345; NG1346’ NG1347; NG1348|
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