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|Archive reference number||NG24/1901/1|
|Date||22 Jun 1901-30 Sep 1902|
Acquisitions: criticism of recent acquisitions Signorelli ‘The Virgin and Child with Saints’, Bonfigli ‘The Adoration of the Kings, and Christ on the Cross’, Bordone ‘Christ as the Light of the World’, Raguineau ‘Portrait of a Young Man in Grey’, Orioli ‘The Nativity with Saints’, Saenredam ‘The Interior of the Buuerkerk at Utrecht’, Flemish ‘Portrait of a Man’, Monaco ‘The Coronation of the Virgin: Central Main Tier Panel’, de Coninck ‘Dead Birds and Game with Gun Dogs and Little Owl’, and proposed acquisition of di Cosimi ‘The Fight between the Lapiths and the Centaurs’
Admission: opening hours, treatment of visitors
Building: danger of fire at National Gallery
Government: Parliamentary Questions regarding fire precautions at National Gallery and Turner’s sketches
Staff: Edward Poynter, criticism of his activities as Director of National Gallery
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG1847, NG1843, NG1845, NG1848, NG1849, NG1896, NG1895, NG1897, NG1903, NG4890|
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