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|Archive reference number||NG24/1919/7|
Admission: opening of galleries following Government occupation for war services
Bequests and Gifts: Studd, Whistler ‘Symphony in White, No.2: The Little White Girl’, Whistler ‘Nocturne: Black and Gold-The Fire Wheel, Whistler ‘Blue and Silver Cremorne Lights; Sir Hugh Lane Collection and continuing dispute about rightful ownership
Building: movement of Government departments from National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery, reopening of rooms following decoration, criticism of new decoration
Hanging of Collection: display of French pictures in Room XX at the National Gallery including Manet ‘The Execution of Maximilian’ and Chavannes ‘Summer’
National Gallery History: purpose of the Gallery
Staff: Sir Charles Holmes and Sir Charles Holyroyd, review of directorships.
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG3294, NG3422 TATE N03418; TATE N03419; TATE N03420|
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