Letter from Charles Eastlake
23 Jun 1859
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From 7 Fitzroy Square: On the delivery of Bonheur's 'The Horse Fair'; Comparison of C. R. Leslie's 'Uncle Toby and the Widow Wadman', recently bequeathed by Jacob Bell with another example already in the collection (both now at Tate); On the reason why Sir M. Archer Shee's portrait of W.T. Lewis cannot yet enter the collection; Eastlake has paid Pinti £10 for his restoration of the Crivelli.
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