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|Archive reference number||NG24/1906/8|
|Date||29 Aug 1906-27 Aug 1910|
1.Acquisition: Walker ‘The Woman in White’
2.Bequests and Gifts: Beit, Reynolds ‘Lady Cockburn and her Three Eldest Sons’; National Art-Collections Fund, Boudin ‘The Entrance to Trouville Harbour’; Cohen, ‘John Samuel Collection’
3.Building: fire risk
4.Hanging of Collection: exhibition of 30 unseen pictures from the Salting Bequest
5.Loans In: Furse, ‘Lord Roberts with Indian Troops’ to the Tate Gallery
6.National Gallery Shops and Restaurants: stalls established for the sale of reproductions, sale of photographs
7.Trustees: consideration of permitting private firms to trade in National Gallery.
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG2077, NG2078 NG2078; TATE N02080|
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