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|Archive reference number||NG24/1925/3|
1.Acquisition: Moulins ‘Charlemagne, and the Meeting of Saints Joachim and Anne at the Golden Gate’
2.Art Market: sale of Sargent collection, record sale of Velazquez copy, export of art from Britain, discovery of Rubens picture
3.Bequests and Gifts: Duveen, Sargent ‘Study of Mme Gautreau’; Sargent, Chardin ‘The Young Schoolmistress’; Tocque ‘Portrait of a Man’ Lane, debate regarding rightful ownership of his collection
4.Building: store of pictures in National Gallery basement
5.Collection: Sargent ‘Lord Ribblesdale’
6.Conservation and Restoration: cleaning of van Dyck ‘Equestrian Portrait of Charles I’
7.Government: the Sudelely Committee
8.NACF: Witt, appeal for co-operation between the nation’s art galleries
9.Tate: letter from artist requesting destruction of his picture
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG4092, NG4077, NG4097, NG3044, NG1172|
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