Ref NoONM/2/59
TitleDyck, Anthony van, 1599-1641: 'Charles I: copies'
DescriptionIncludes:

-letter from Horst Vey, Karlsruhe, Germany, dated 30 September 1996, concerning visits to various museums to view paintings attributed to Van Dyck, and allocation of writing for the publication Van Dyck: A Complete Catalogue of the Paintings (2004)
-letter from Carlo Calliano, Turin, Italy, dated 11 January 1971, concerning a copy of the Van Dyck portrait of Charles I in Three Positions
-letter from Alan Cowie, Robert Holden Ltd, London, dated 12 May 1992, concerning a portrait of Charles I with Lord Cromwell
-letter from Philip Mould, Historical Portraits Ltd, London, dated 19 December 1988, concerning an Arundel type portrait of Charles I
-letter from James Miller, Sotheby's, dated 27 April 1993, concerning a portrait of Charles I in the Legard collection
-letter from David Moore-Gwyn, Sotheby's, dated 2 November 1992, concerning lot 27 of a sale, 18 November 1992
-photocopied accession report(?) in German for the following painting: Konig Karl I von England in Dreivieirtelfigur mit Handschuhen [King Charles I 3/4 figure with glove] by Anthony van Dyck
-summary description [in German] of the following painting by Justus Muller Hofstede: Konig Karl I von England in Dreivieirtelfigur mit Handschuhen by Anthony Van Dyck
-two letters from Lucy Whitaker, Assistant to the Surveyor of Queen's Pictures, to Stephen Goss, Oxford, dated September-October 1997, concerning a portrait of Charles I as Garter Knight
-letter from Edward G. Russo, Wadsworth Atheneum, dated 29 November 1999, concerning two portraits from the workshop of Van Dyck
-letter from Lily Corbett, Picture Restorer and Conservator, London, dated 20 April 1999, concerning a painting of Charles I dated 1638
-letter from John Morton Morris, Hazlitt Gooden and Fox, London, dated 9 August 2002, concerning a painting with the Moor Park College Trust
Date[1950s-2000s]
LevelFile
Extent1 file (131 images; 11 letters; 1 accession report; 1 summary description)
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