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|Archive reference number||NGA27/11/1/17|
Letter from Charles Morland Agnew to Lady Raglan
|Date||20 Oct 1902|
Copy record of letter, inserted into letterbook, from Charles Morland Agnew to Lady Raglan, providing a report on the authenticity of two paintings purportedly by George Romney:
A portrait of a lady, identified as a copy of a work by Al[l]an Ramsay or an unknown artist
A portrait of Admiral Forbes, identified as painted by Nicholas Farrer
A third painting is confirmed as a genuine work by Thomas Lawrence and a valuation given.
Named persons featured:
Charles Morland Agnew 1855-1931
Ethel Jemima Somerset, Baroness Raglan 1857-1940
Romney, George 1734-1802
Ramsay, Allan, of Kinkell 1713–1784
Lawrence, Sir Thomas 1769-1830
Farrer, Nicholas 1750-1805
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