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|Archive reference number||NGA27/11/1/67|
Notes of sale from Thos. Agnew & Sons to Wallis & Son
|Date||1-10 May 1907|
Copy record of a note of sale dated 1 May 1907 from Thos. Agnew & Sons to Wallis & Son for two paintings:
Two Lambs by Émile van Marcke
Upright Landscape [stockbook names painting as Sheep: Sunset) by S. [van de Sande] Bakhuyzen
A copy record of a note of sale for 10 May 1907 is included on the same page, for three paintings:
Seascape by John Constable
Sunset at East Bergholt by John Constable
Hauling nets on the Seine by Charles-François Daubigny
One painting (with former stock number) is noted as being taken in exchange:
The Fisherman by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot
All works in the note of sale come from the Alexander Young collection and have stock numbers, with combined prices noted.
Named persons featured:
van Marcke de Lummen, Émile 1827–1890
Bakhuyzen, [ ]
Constable, John 1776 - 1837
Daubigny, Charles-François 1817 -1878
Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille 1796–1875
Young, Alexander 1828–1907
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