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Notes on paintings viewed by Jervis Wegg at the following locations: Lord’s Pavilion, London; Wiesbaden (unidentified location); Christie’s sales, June-July 1938; collection of Major John Mills, Bisterne Manor, Hampshire; collection of Mrs H.J.G. Kirby, Winchester; Sotheby’s sale, 13 July 1938; Finchcocks House, Goudhurst, Kent; Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam; Royal Museum, Brussels; Antwerp Gallery; Louvre, Paris; the Johnson Collection, Philadelphia; Stuttgart (unidentified location); Landesgalerie, Graz; Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna; Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna; Stadel Gallery, Frankfurt; Aubrey House, London; Julius S Held collection, United States (?); Bowood House, Wiltshire; Royal Museum, Brussels; Christie’s sale, July 1939; the Johnson Collection, Philadelphia; Bruges Museum; Basel (unidentified location); Black Sisters convent, Bruges; Chantilly (unidentified location); Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne; Musee Granet, Aix en Provence; Kunstmuseum, Basel; Rhode Island School of Design Museum, United States; Liege (unidentified location); Glasgow (unidentified location); Munich (unidentified location); and various other sales and exhibitions. Jervis Wegg numbers his entries from 1743 to 1810.
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