Published Research re art and Thos. Agnew & Sons
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Two folders containing unsorted draft articles, lectures and published research into the history of the art market, collecting, and Thos. Agnew & Sons. Also included is a folder of photographs of artists, clients and miscellaneous events. The articles include:
- Geoffrey Agnew's transmissions for "Art", The Critics, 1949-1958, in which he discusses exhibitions, the collections of galleries including the Tate, V&A and the National Gallery, and advice for collectors of artworks.
- Geoffrey Agnew, "The Virgin and Child with St John the Baptist and St Anne, Leonardo da Vinci", The Listener: Painting of the Month, Jun 28 1962, pp.1110-1112
- Geoffrey Agnew, "The Virgin and Child with St John the Baptist and St Anne, Leonardo da Vinci", June Supplement
- Geoffrey Agnew, "Rembrandt's 'Man in a Plumed Hat'", The Listener: Painting of the Month, Oct 8 1964, pp. 543-544 + October Supplement
- Geoffrey Agnew, "Titian's 'Tarquin and Lucretia'", The Listener: Painting of the Month, Nov 12 1964, pp. 766-767
- Geoffrey Agnew, "A ballet scene by Degas", The Listener: Painting of the Month, Dec 10 1964, pp. 944-945
- Geoffrey Agnew, "Rembrandt's 'Man in a Plumed Hat'", The Listener: Painting of the Month, Oct 8 1964, pp. 543-544 + draft notes
- Sir Geoffrey Agnew, "Changes in the art market", The Fine Art Trade Guild Journal, No. 1, Jan 1976, pp. 16-17
- Article in The Times (16 Mar 1991) re Thomasina Tarling, creator of rooftop gardens for Andrew McIntosh Patrick (managing director of the Fine Art Society) and Agnews of New Bond Street.
- Julian Agnew and Matthew Farrer, "Goya's 'The Marques De Santa Cruz'", International Journal of Cultural Property, de Gruyter Berlin-New York, offprint, No. 1, Vol. 1, 1992
- Susan Moore, "Dealers in Dorian Gray: Celebrated by Oscar Wilde, Agnew's remains a family affair after 175 years", The Field, Magazine for the Country, April 1992, pp. 96-97
- Julian Agnew, "La mondialisation du marché de l'art", Jun 1994, EnJeux du Monde, No. 18, pp. 68-73
- Photocopied articles and a typed extract (by Geoffrey Agnew) attempting to identify the reason for the strange figures in a print published by Frank Paton (1884) showing Messrs. Leggatt's new shop at no. 62 Cheapside. The notice over the display window reads E.E. Leggatt from Messrs. Agnew & Sons
- Lecture notes, drafts and articles for the "Nineteenth Century Art Dealers: Durand-Ruel, Orrock, Agnew's, Reid" Study Day at the Walker Art Gallery, 11 Feb 1995
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