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TitleGainsborough, Thomas, 1727-1788; Landscapes, attributed to Gainsborough (part 2)
DescriptionIncludes:

-letter from Walter Heil, M.H.deYoung Memorial Museum, dated 22 January 1962, concerning 'The Watering Place'
-letter from Professor E.H.Thompson, dated 29 January 1960, concerning 'A Track Leading Between Dunes, Cottages by a Rise'
-letter from C.F.Moysey, dated 30 December 1958, concerning a drawing attributed to Gainsborough
-letter from Ruth Simpson, dated 25April 1958, concerning 'a Woodland Scene'. Also includes two rough sketches of the picture
-letter from Eveyln Joll, Agnew's , dated 15 August 1955, concerning 'Repose'. Also includes a document summarising the provenance of the picture
-letter from W.G. Constable, Curator of Paintings, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, dated 16 February 1948, concerning 'Rural Courtship', 'Sir John Skinner' and 'Lady Mostyn'
-draft catalogue detailing 45 landscapes by Gainsborough, undated & by an unidentified source
-transcript of extracts from two sale catalogues - Anonymous sale by Peter Coxe, 17 June 1813 and General Stibbert sale by Mr Stewart, 20 May 1811 - detailing works attributed to Gainsborough
-summary description of 'Landscape with distant view of Cornard Village'
-letter from Martin Davies, The National Gallery, dated 14 April 1949, concerning the Trimmer sale
-summary description of 'Landscape with Boy Shooting Duck' from the Willett Collection
-letter from P.S. Bird, Kepper of Art, City of Leicester Museums & Art Gallery, dated 27 September 1955, concerning 'View in Drinkstone Park, Stowmarket' presented to the Museum by the N.A.C.F
-transcript of an extract of a letter from John A. Woods to Arthur Lloyd-Baker, dated September 1950, concerning the provenance of a picture belonging to T.J.Lloyd Baker
-letter from Ruth Street, dated 24 March 1960, concerning a painting in the Collection of Sir Edwin Cooper. Also includes a copy of the response sent by Richard James, Assistant Curator at the Barber Institute
-letter from Anthony M.Clark, Curator of Paintings & Sculptor, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, dated 6 May 1963, concerning two drawings
-letter from George Acziel, Picture Restorer, dated 19 January 1966, concerning 'Morning'. Also includes a transcript of a note on the back of the picture
-letter from Ralph Fastnedge, Walker Art Gallery, dated 18 November 1954, concerning 'Landscape with a Market Cart'
-letter from Wilbert B.Beck, Milwaukee Public Library, dated 24 April 1957, concerning a painting bought by Charles Allis in 1915
-two letters from J.H.Holman Sutcliffe, dated 5 & 12 December 1957, concerning a lanscape
-letter from 'XB'. dated 13 July 1952, concerning various works attributed to Gainsborough. Also includes summary description of 'Skirt of a Wood'
-letter from Bert C.Norton, Norton Galleries dated 22 July 1958, concerning 'Rustic Scene'
-letter from Esther R. Mendelsohn, secretary to Mrs Kaplan, dated 8 April 1969, concerning a landscape in Kaplan's collection
-letter from Godelieve Siccard, dated 22 December 1958, concerning 'A landscape with a Bridge'
-letter from Gertrude Rosenthal, Baltimore Museum of Art, dated 9 December 1959, concerning a landscape
-letter from Victor D. Spark, Valuers of Works of Art, dated 25 August 1960, concerning 'Rest by the Wayside'
-letter from Alfred H.Ackroyd, dated 15 June 1959, concerning 'the Squire of Sudbury Partridge Shooting'
-letter from Mrs Matthew Burrars, dated 17 June 1969, concerning 'Alderman Woods Park'
-letter from Frederick B.Robinson, Springfield Museum of Fine Art, dated 7 April 1960, concerning a landscape in their collection
-letter from Samuel Sachs II, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, dated 27 August 1970, concerning two small paintings in a local private collection
-letter from Sandra E. Leonard, Richard L Feigen & Co., dated 3 February 1970, concerning 'The Fallen Horse'
-letter from Henry G. Gardiner, Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, dated 21 October 1970, concerning 'Landscape - Gypsy Encampment' on loan from the estate of Julia Larrea
-'Discovery of a Hitherto Unrecorded Painting by Gainsborough', Morning Post London, 17 June 1931
Date[1920s-1985]
LevelFile
Extent1 file (107 images; 28 letters; 2 rough sketches; 4 summary descriptions; 3 transcripts; 1 press-cutting)
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