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|Archive reference number||NG24/1927/1|
|Date||Dec 1926-Apr 1927|
1.Acquisition: Manet ‘The Execution of Maximilian’, After Titian ‘The Trinity (La Gloria)’
2.Admission: visitors, opening hours
3.Art Market: America and the art market, export tax
4.Bequests and Gifts: The Art Fund, Seisenegger ‘Portrait of a Girl’; Johnson, McEvoy ‘Mrs Claude Johnson’; Field, Holland ‘The Thames below Woolwich’, and Constable ‘Branch Hill Pond, Hampstead Heath, with a Cart and Carters'
5.Conservation and Restoration: Royal Academy Committee on the Treatment of Old Pictures, photographing pictures
6.Education: finances of Board of Education
7.Events: competition at National Gallery, exhibition of Flemish art, Sir Charles Holyroyd exhibition at the Arlington Gallery
8.Government: museums, galleries, taxpayers, purchase grants
9.Loans In: Cook, van Eyck ‘The Three Marys at the Sepulchre’National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Segantini ‘Vache a L’Abreuvoir’
10.Loans Out: David ‘Christ Nailed to the Cross’
11.Staff: Holmes, near completion of 3rd volume of his publication
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG3294, NG4222, NG4206, NG3067 NG3294; NG4206; NG4222; TATE N04200; TATE N04236; TATE N04237|
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