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|Archive reference number||NG30/1950/13|
Photograph: Photograph: View of Room XXIX 
|Date||21 Aug 1950|
Visitors in the first room to be refurbished following war damage, including air-conditioning and fluorescent lighting. Paintings visible include Cosimo Tura’s ‘The Virgin and Child Enthroned’ (NG772), Giovanni Bellini’s ‘The Blood of the Redeemer’ (NG1233) and ‘The Dead Christ supported by Angels’ (NG3912), Antonello’s ‘Christ Crucified’ (NG1166), Michelangelo’s ‘The Entombment’ (NG790) and Masaccio’s ‘The Virgin and Child’ (NG3046). Photograph: Sport & General Press Agency Ltd., 4 Racquet Court, Fleet Street, London, EC4. Neg. 160940.
|Alternative reference numbers||NG30/45|
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG772, NG1233, NG3912, NG1166, NG790, NG3046|
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