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|Archive reference number||NG24/1920/2|
1.Admission: visitor numbers, copyists, reopening of Tate Gallery, Sunday opening of the British Museum, guides
2.Art Crime: theft of a van Dyck picture from Ferdinandeum Museum at Innsbruck
3.Art Market: offer of 12 pictures by Monet to the French State
4.Bequests and Gifts: de Pass, NG3537 van Dyck ‘Portrait of Robert Rich, 2nd Earl of Warwick’, NG3548 Olis ‘A Musical Party’, and Downman ‘Lady Delaval’; Moore, Kerr Lawson, Stanfield ‘View of Saintes’
5.Building: new decoration scheme at the National Gallery and improvements to lighting
6.Exhibitions: opening of Spanish Painters’ Exhibition by the King and Queen of Spain
7.Government: visit of Members of Parliament;
8.National Gallery History: purpose of the Gallery;
10.Trustees: appointment of new Trustees to the Tate Gallery
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG3537, NG3548|
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