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|Archive reference number||NG24/1926/1|
1.Acquisition: Linnell ‘Samuel Rogers’
2.Art Crime: theft of Constable pictures
3.Art Market: return of Crome picture to Britain, American art market
4.Bequests and Gifts: Courtauld, The Courtauld Collection; Carmichael, Italian, Florentine ‘The Virgin and Child’
5.Building: expansion to house the Mond Bequest
6.Catalogue: questioned description of Workshop of van der Weyden ‘Portrait of a Lady’
7.Exhibitions: exhibition of modern British paintings at Messrs Colnaghi’s, exhibition of Claude drawings at British Museum, Civil Service Arts and Crafts exhibition, The Royal Society of Painters in Water Colours Exhibition, exhibition of 18th-century French engravings at Thomas Agnew and Son’s Galleries, opening of Modern Foreign art wing at Tate Gallery, International Art Exhibition at Venice, Royal Scottish Academy Centenary Exhibition
8.Government: support of British art, introduction of Bill to enable the Trustees of the National Gallery to transfer or lend the Lane collection
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG4142, NG6266, NG1433|
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