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|Archive reference number||NGA4/1/40|
England and Netherlands
England: E C Shirley, Ettingdon Park, Warwick, 19 September 1934; Hon. A Parker, Charlebury, 19 September 1934; Miss Mordaunt, Walton Hall nr Stratford-on-Avon, 19 September 1934*; Shaw-Stewart, Fonthill Abbey, 2 June 1933; W R G Bond, Tyneham House, Purbeck; Lord Wharton, Halswell House, Bridgewater, 6 July 1935*; Duke of Wellington; Sir John Milburn, Northumberland, 9 August 1935; Bishop Auckland, Bishops Palace (Bishop of Durham)10 August 1935. Netherlands: Rotterdam, 25 August 1935; Amsterdam: Mensing's, 29 August 1935; Rembrandt Exhibition; Rijks Museum; Haarlem Museum; The Hague, Mauritshuis, 31 August 1935; England: Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, 20 September 1935; Guido Arnot, London, 23 September 1935. Opposite the entry for E C Shirley, Ettingdon Park (page 1) is an annotation: 'A sale 31 October 1946 at the house - not the better pictures'. Lot numbers for items in the sale have also been added beside individual pictures. The annotations are not by Kay, but may be in the hand of Martin Davies, Assistant Keeper of the National Gallery. [The catalogue for the sale at Ettingdon Park also contains annotations in a similar hand. It can be found in the National Gallery Library Ref: NC340=4 1946 Oct. 29-31]. Indexed at front and back. Numbered (39) on cover and (20) inside.
|Alternative reference numbers||NG36/40|
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