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|Archive reference number||NGA27/23/11/4|
Interview given re the theft of Goya's Duke of Wellington
|Date||22 Aug 1961|
A transcribed extract from an interview on 22 Aug 1961 between Hugh Agnew and a newreader on the "Ten o'clock" show broadcast by the Home Service. He is asked for his response and opinions concerning the theft of Goya's Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery, and discusses the theft of Gainsborough's Duchess of Devonshire from Agnew's Gallery in 1876.
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