Document ReferenceGa 2 E 180
TitleLetter from R. Langton Douglas, 2 Hill Street, Berkeley Square [London] to George Edmund Milnes Monckton-Arundell, 7th Viscount Galway; 22 Feb. 1924
Date22 February 1924
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionThanks Galway for inviting him to visit, and confirms that he is interested in Galway's paintings by Liotard and Pannini [also Panini]. States that the artist responsible for restoring the pastels at South Kensington Museum is John R.K. Duff of Hendon [London]. Enquires about purchasing a drawing owned by Galway, and refers to two pictures by Holbein which Galway has also expressed an interest in selling, one being a drawing of King Henry VIII and the other unknown.

Writer is Robert Langton Douglas (1864-1951), the art critic and director of the National Gallery of Ireland.
Termart, drawings, sale of
art, paintings, restoration of
art, paintings, sale of

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA80502Duff; John Robert Keitley (1862-1938); Mr; artist1862-1938
NA80503Liotard; Jean-√Čtienne (1702-1789); artist and art dealer1702-1789
NA80504Panini; Giovanni Paolo (1691-1765); also known as Pannini; artist1691-1765
NA80505Holbein; Hans; artist
NA80506Douglas; Robert Langton (1864-1951); art critic, lecturer, and author; director of the National Gallery of Ireland; known professionally as R. Langton Douglas1864-1951
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