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|Archive reference number||NG24/1906/7|
|Date||13 Jun-8 Aug 1906|
1.Admission: overcrowding at the National Gallery and comparison with the National Portrait Gallery
2.Bequests and Gifts: Hartree, Diaz de la Pena ‘Sunny Days in the Forest’; Graystone, 2 marble busts; Mackintosh, Raphael ‘The Madonna and Child (The Mackintosh Madonna)’; Charles Locke Eastlake, Saftleven ‘Christ teaching from Saint Peter’s Boat on the Lake of Gennesaret’
3.Building: need for expansion
4.National Gallery History: Turner bequest to the nation, storage at National Gallery
5.Staff: Appointment of Sir Charles Holroyd as Director
6.Tate: MacColl, appointment as Keeper of Tate Gallery, acquisition, proposed building of a Turner Gallery.
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG2058, NG2069, NG2062|
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