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|Archive reference number||NG39/32|
Letter concerning a painting belonging to Robert Goff: Offered as a gift
|Date||30 Nov 1846|
Letter from Robert Goff to the Trustees offering 6 paintings by old masters as a gift to the National Gallery, including a Madonna and Child surrounded by Angels by Botticelli, Christ bearing his cross (dated 1535) by Marco Palmegiani da Farli (or Palmezzano), Madonna and two children by Ridolfo Carradi (or Ghirlandajo), a painting of a philosopher bearing the initials A.C. which the writer believes is consistent in style with the work of Annibale Carracci, Europe and the Bull by Francesco Albani, and A Forest Scene by Salvator Rosa.
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