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|Archive reference number||NGA27/11/1/160|
Letter from Charles Gerald Agnew to Colin George Agnew
|Date||2 Dec 1924|
Copy record of a letter from Charles Gerald Agnew to Colin George Agnew regarding restoration to an unnamed painting by [ ] Lucas, dealings with an insurance company regarding damage to a painting by Veronese, the sale of paintings on behalf of Albert Spencer, 7th Earl Spencer, the price (given in code) being asked by an unnamed party at the firm of Agnew's and Duveen for Cassandra by George Romney and the potential sale in America of a painting by Johannes Vermeer on behalf of [Parisian art dealer Édouard] Jonas.
See also NGA27/11/1/153, NGA27/11/1/162, NGA27/11/1/164, NGA27/11/1/166 and NGA27/11/1/168 for further correspondence regarding the damaged Veronese.
Named persons featured:
Agnew, Charles Gerald 1882-1954
Agnew, Colin George 1882-1975
Freezor, [ ]
Bremont, A[ ]
Spencer, Albert Edward John, 7th Earl Spencer 1892–1975
Veronese, Paolo 1528–1588
Romney, George 1734-1802
Jonas, Édouard Léon 1883-1961
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