Ref NoEKW/1/92
TitleDupont, Gainsborough, 1754-1797
DescriptionIncludes:

-letter from Eugene C. Daymunde, The Fine Arts Gallery of New Orleans, dated 21 June 1984, concerning a Dupont self-portrait in a private collection
-letter from Anita Hatchett, London, dated 20 July 1966, concerning a portrait of Elizabeth Hatchett by Dupont and information about John Collick. Also includes a typewritten biography of Elizabeth Catherine Hatchett, 1766-1837 (6pp)
-letter from Paula Kaplan, Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York, dated 22 July 1958 and letter from Martin Becker, New York, dated 9 September 1958 concerning the attribution of a portrait of Dupont said to be by Thomas Gainsborough
-letter from D.W.Posnett, Leger Galleries, London, dated 28 December 1967, concerning a portrait of an unknown main said to be by Thomas Gainsborough
-research note written by Waterhouse concerning a painting entitled 'The dishonest gypsies' said to be by Thomas Gainsborough
-letter from an unknown individual. dated 12 August 1976, concerning 'attributionism'
-letter from George M. Friend, New York, dated 7 August 1972, concerning the attribution of a portrait of an unidentified lady
-letter from Gudmund Vigtel, The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, dated 2 July 1971, concerning the attribution of a portrait of William Townsend, said to be by Thomas Gainsborough
-letter from K.M. Gallop, Director of Frost & Reed Ltd, dated 8 July 1958 concerning a portrait of Matthew Hale and also enclosing a photograph of the Apprenticeship Indenture between Thomas Gainsborough and Gainsborough Dupont owned by Frost & Reed.
-letter from Ben F. Williams, The North Caroline Museum of Art, dated 23 February 1962, concerning a painting entitled 'The Rustic Children' (The Wood Gatherers) offered to the museum
-letter from Dr Hans Werner Grohn, Niedersachisisches Landesmuseum Hannover, date 7 August 1978, concerning the attribution of two portraits, of George III and of Sophie Charlotte, said to be by Thomas Gainsborough
-letter from David a Maclean, Waldheim OLd Master Paintings, dated 10 March 1981, concerning a portrait of a unidentified man, said to be by Thomas Gainsborough
-letter from Simon Dickinson, Christie's, dated 12 December 1980, concerning a portrait of Thomas Gainsborough said to be by the artist himself
-letter from Rutgers Barclay, Barclay Fine Art Inc, date 21 September 1981, concerning a portrait of Sir William Pitt said to be by Gainsborough. Also includes a document detailing the provenance of the painting (2pp)
-note detailing payments to Dupont in Thomas Gainsborough's account at Hoare's bank
Date[1920s-1985]
LevelFile
Extent1 file (82 images; 14 letters; 2 research notes; 1 photograph of an indenture)
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Image CaptionLetter from Ben F. Williams, Curator, The North Carolina Museum of Art, concerning a painting titled 'The Rustic Children' (The Wood Gatherers) offered to the museum, dated 23 February 1962
Letter from Eugene C. Daymunde, The Fine Arts Gallery of New Orleans, concerning a self-portrait in a private collection, dated 21 June 1984
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