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|Archive reference number||NG6/12/527|
Letter to William Agnew
|Date||4 Apr 1887|
Advising that the loan of Turner’s ‘The Burial of Wilkie’ [now transferred to the Tate and known as ‘Peace – Burial at Sea’], ‘Rain, Wind and Steam’ [now known as ‘Rain, Steam and Speed – The Great Western Railway’], ‘The Snow Storm’ [now transferred to the Tate], and ‘The Sun of Venice’ [now transferred to the Tate] has been approved, subject to the sanction of the H.M. Treasury and the conditions of the National Gallery (Loan) Act of 1883
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG538|
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