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Record NGA27/11/1/60

Archive reference number NGA27/11/1/60

Note of sale from Thos. Agnew & Sons to Wallis & Son

Date 17 Jan 1907

Copy record of a note of sale from Thos. Agnew & Sons to Wallis & Son for eleven paintings:

Souvenir d'Italie by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot

The Fisherman by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot

Woman gathering Primroses by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot

Coucher de Soleil by Charles-François Daubigny

Landscape Evening by Charles-François Daubigny

L'Inondation by Charles-François Daubigny

Sunset by Constant Troyon

River Scene by Stanislas Lépine

A total cash price for these eight works is given plus details of seven watercolour drawings to be taken in exchange:

Arundel by Anthony Vandyke Copley Fielding

Illegible item (ink faded)

Rhyl Sands with Shrimpers by David Cox [Senior]

Swiss Scene by John Robert Cozens

Landscape by W[ ]

Landscape by [ ] Collier

Shrimpers by Hector Caffieri

The Coming Storm by John Linnell (with price detailed)

Sunset - The Fisherman by Diaz de la Peña

A cash price is noted for the Diaz de la Peña painting plus two pictures to be taken in exchange:

Flatford Lock by John Constable

The White Horse by John Constable

All works in the note of sale (except for those taken in exchange) come from the Alexander Young collection and have stock numbers noted.

Named persons featured:

Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille 1796–1875

Daubigny, Charles-François 1817 -1878

Troyon, Constant 1810-1865

Lépine, Stanislas-Victor-Edmond 1835-1892

Fielding, Anthony Vandyke Copley 1787-1855

Cox, David, 1783-1859

Cozens, John Robert 1752-1798

Caffieri, Hector 1847-1932

Diaz de la Peña, Narcisse-Virgilio 1807-1876

Constable, John 1776–1837

Young, Alexander 1828–1907

Record type Item

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