Archive reference number
1.Acquisitions: Tate N05318 Ward ‘Beef’; Tate N05256 Steer ‘The Bridge’; Tate N05212 Dunbar ‘Winter Garden’; Tate N05151 Appelbee ‘The King Crab’; Tate N05267 Nicholson ‘Mushrooms’; Tate N05255 Hitchens ‘Damp Autumn’; Tate N05316 Jones ‘Illustration to the Arthurian Legend: the Four Queens find Lancelot Sleeping’; Tate N05259 John OM ‘An Old Lady’; Tate N05272 Spencelayh ‘Rochester Castle’; Tate N05311 Gertler ‘The Servant Girl’; Tate N05266 Smith ‘Peaches’; Tate N05139 Sutherland ‘Green Tree Form: Interior of Woods’
2.Admission: entrance fees
3.Bequests and Gifts: Alice Carthew, Tate N05196 Blake ‘The Parable of the Wise and Foolish Virgins’; The Art Fund, Tate N05304 Fuseli ‘Percival delivering Belisane from the Enchantment of Urma’; Graham Robertson, Tate N05068 Geddes ‘Mrs Greatorex’ and Tate N05066 Sargent ‘W Graham Robertson’; Sir Hugh Walpole, Tate N05301 Brown ‘Jesus Washing Peter’s Feet’, Tate N05293 Renoir ‘Head of a Girl’, Tate N05302 Tissot ‘Portsmouth Dockyard’; Beresford Rimington Heaton, Tate N05228 Rossetti ‘Dante’s Vision of Rachel and Leah’ and Tate N05229 Rossetti ‘Dante’s Dream at the Time of the Death of Beatrice’; General Sir Ian Hamilton, Tate N05247 Sargent ‘Jean, Wife of Colonel Ian Hamilton’ and Tate N05246 Sargent ‘Colonel Ian Hamilton, CB, DSO’; Flora Russell, Tate N05349 Rothenstein ‘James Stephens’; Trustees of the Chantrey Bequest, Tate N05171 Grant ‘Girl at the Piano’ and Tate N05218 John ‘W B Yeats’; Edward Benes, Tate N05251 Kokoschka ‘Polperro II’; M. Beddington, Tate N05175 Beddington ‘A Woman Playing a Cithara’; Montague Shearman through the Contemporary Art Society, Tate N05144 Sisley ‘The Path to the Old Ferry at By (Le Chemin du Vieux Bac a By)’; Lady Cavendish-Bentinck, Tate N05093 Sickert ‘Venice, la Salute’; The Contemporary Art Society, Tate N05322 Lowinsky ‘The Breeze at Morn’
4.Exhibitions: 2 April 1942 - ‘The Tate Gallery’s War-Time Acquisitions’ exhibition held at the National Gallery and opened by the Canadian High Commissioner Vincent Massey, visit by Queen Elizabeth
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