Letter from W.B. Richmond to Mr Agnew
24 Jun 1895
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Letter (24 Jun 1895) from William Blake Richmond to Mr Agnew thanking him for his letter and stating that "I know alas that all serious and real Art is at a discount; And it will remain so as long as Art is commercial." Richmond acknowledges that Agnew has done a "great deal to keep up the best parts" but wishes that his power were greater.
Named persons featured:
Richmond, Sir William Blake 1842– 1921
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