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Record NG24/1895/2

Archive reference number NG24/1895/2

Press cuttings

Date 11 May-13 Jul 1895

1.Acquisitions: Pisanello ‘The Vision of Saint Eustace’, Barnaba da Modena ‘Pentecost’, Italian ‘The Head of Saint John the Baptist’, Van der Meulen ‘Philippe-Francois d’Arenberg saluted by the Leader of a Troop of Horsemen, Sebastiano del Piombo ‘The Madonna and Child with Saint Joseph, Saint John the Baptist and a Donor, Berckheyde ‘The Interior of the Grote Kerk, Haarlem’, Guardi ‘A Gondola on the Lagoon near Mestre’, van den Eeckhout ‘Four Officers of the Amsterdam Coopers’ and Wine Rackers Guild’, and Matteo di Giovanni ‘Saint Sebastian’

2.Bequests and Gifts: Charles Butler, de Champaigne ‘Cardinal de Richelieu’; Sir J. Robinson, El Greco ‘Christ Driving the Traders from the Temple’; Earl of Carlisle, workshop of Bellini ‘The Circumcision’; J.P. Heseltine, Francesco di Antonio ‘The Virgin and Child with Six Angels and Two Cherubim’; Edwin Edwards, Bonvin ‘The Meadow’

3.Building: expansion plans

4.Collection: discussion of Velasquez picture donated to National Gallery by Sir John Savile in 1888

5.Hanging of Collection

6. Loans In: George Salting, a collection of 6 pictures; South Kensington Museum, Perugino ‘The Nativity’ and Bellini St Dominic

Record type File
Paintings referenced in this record NG1436, NG1437, NG1438, NG1447, NG1450, NG1451, NG1454, NG1459, NG1461, NG1449, NG1457, NG1455, NG1456, NG1448 NG1457 NG1459; NG1461; NG1449; TATE N01458; TATE N01460; TATE N01464

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