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|Archive reference number||NG5/142/12|
Letter from Charles Eastlake to R.N. Wornum
|Date||1 Oct 1862|
From Florence: Wornum has seen the Wallerstein pictures in Kensington Palace as Eastlake would want to be able to hang them immediately. Eastlake saw the Sarto in Pistoia; he describes its price and condition. He is likely to have a Piero di Cosimo.
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG690, NG698, NG701, NG702, NG703, NG704, NG705, NG706, NG707, NG708, NG709, NG710, NG711, NG712, NG713, NG714, NG715, NG716, NG717, NG718, NG719, NG720, NG721, NG722|
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