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|Archive reference number||NG5/139/4|
Letter from Charles Eastlake to R.N. Wornum
|Date||13 Sep 1860|
From Munich: Eastlake has written to Mr Hardwicke. The Treasury letter leaves Eastlake free to employ his own agents. He has refused a Van Eyck. The Posen collection [Kilinski] was worthless. There is no prospect of anything first rate in the north of Italy. He wants to negotiate for the Barker Lippi, Ortolano and Crivelli. He has seen Layard: they attribute the Ghirlandaio to Pesello. Eastlake tells Wornum of his instuctions to Mündler.
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG667, NG668, NG669|
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