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|Archive reference number||NG5/152/1|
Letter from Charles Eastlake to R.N. Wornum
|Date||12 Jan 1863|
From 7 Fitzroy Square: The pictures at Kensington Palace are to become part of the National Gallery. For the present they will hang together at South Kensington; when the new Gallery is provided they will be put in chronological and school sequence with the rest of the National Collection. Eastlake gives arrangements for their delivery, and instructions for the minor pictures.
|Paintings referenced in this record||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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