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|Archive reference number||NG23/1990|
Just published: The National Gallery technical bulletin 1989 (vol 13) Jan, National Gallery exhibitions for 1990 4 Jan, Statement on the attack on the Barocci painting at the National Gallery c.1990, Further statement on the attack on the Barocci painting [photocopy] 11 Jan, National Gallery staff on television 31 Jan, Painting in focus: Winter Landscape by Casper David Friedrich 13 Feb, Press View for Winter Landscape by Casper David Friedrich 14 Mar, Allocation of important Cezanne to National Gallery (Avenue at Chantilly) 14 Feb, Statement from the Director on the Cezanne [photocopy] 14 Feb
New Acquisition: The Friedrichsgracht Berlin by Edward Gaertner 28 Feb
Goya's Majas at the National Gallery press view Mar, Goya's Majas at the National Gallery invitation to the press view Apr
Allocation of the 17 Century Dutch townscape by Jan Van Der Heyden to the National Gallery (View of the Westerkerk, Amsterdam) Mar
New Acquisition River Landscape with horsemen and peasants by Albert Cuyp c.1990
The Artist's Eye: Victor Pasmore 12 May [two versions, one dated June]1990
Announcement of a major long-term loan: The Berggruen Collection 18 May
Late Opening at the National Gallery until 8.00pm 24 May
New Acquisition of 17 Century Italian Painting by Carlo Dolci - The Adoration of the Magi 12 June
Helena and Kenneth Levy bequest of five 19 Century French paintings to the National Gallery (The Museum at Le Havre, Landscape near Arleux-du-Nord, The Boulevard Port-Royal, Paris, The Harbour at Brussels and Talloires: Lac d'Annecy) 5 Jul
Art in the Making: Impressionism 3 Sep
Van Gogh to Picasso: The Berggruen collection at the National Gallery 23 Oct
Two Major loan for the National Gallery: The Buckwheat Harvest and Ricahrd Gallo and his Dog.
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG6523, NG6525, NG6522, NG6529, NG6524, NG29, NG6517, NG6527, NG6531, NG6529, NG3530, NG6528|
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