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|Archive reference number||NGA2/3/3/60|
Letter from Sir Charles Eastlake to Ralph N Wornum
|Date||18 Aug 1859|
Relating to the attribution of the Birth of Jupiter [now Workshop of Guilio Romano, 'The Infant Jupiter guarded by the Corybantes on the Island of Crete', NG624]. Eastlake believes that Giulio Romano painted the figures and that Giambattista Dossi painted the landscape. Also notes he has written to the Treasury about a picture presented by Sir William Moore.
|Alternative reference numbers||NG32/71.60|
|Paintings referenced in this record||NG624|
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