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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ba-riedir ye yr Iverddon aerhydeddu coffadwriaeth Yi y diweddar enwog gyfansoddwr Gwvddelig Michael u Balfe, trwy godi cerlddelw yn National Gallery ei ddi- 1V nas enedigol. Dublin,aicyn nihellach trwy sefydla ysgol- di o-iaeth Balfe vn y Royal Irish Academy ot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. Grant i . Mr. S. Lefevre a oedd y Llywodraeth ddim yn bwriadu goleno y National Gallery gyde'r goleuui trydanol, ac am y dymunoldeb o adael y lie yn agored hyd ddeg o'r g6och y toS. Atebwyd of fod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eichings and finiqlt d plates are of tthe filst order of their claes of E1n1g aVt'ss Were there a National Gallery of Eurrraaings, tx heu flwre ought to be, as ivell as anotier oi Paintins these Etchinars and Engravings would Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Landseer's Let- ter; 43. Mr.i West's Letter to the Chalcographic Society, 78.. Artist's Fund, 79, 537.. Mr. Hoppner, 79.'. National Gallery, III.; Mr. Fuseli's Lectures, 157, 175, -191.. British 'institution, 175, 19)!, 208, 223,-251, 2-69, 285, 586. Royal Aeadsrny, 269, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parish bee, For this thy base and seruile Syaeonie. Vteu ItLesiiaat, 2lan. Lund. tes. Lib. ti. Sat. 5. GRAND NATIONAL GALLERY. The Angerstein Collection of Paintings, it is asserted, were pur- chased by Lord LivErnPoa, on Monday, by the desire Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BEAUMONT, Sir George Howland, 7th Bt. (1753-1827), of Coleorton, Leics. and Great Dunmow, Essex.

    were Reynolds, Davy, Scott, Haydon, Wilkie, Coleridge, Wordsworth and Constable. He was chiefly responsible for the foundation of the National Gallery and gave his own valuable collection of paintings to the nation. Dorothy Wordsworth described Beaumont and his wife as

    RIDLEY COLBORNE, Nicholas William (1779-1854), of West Harling, Norf.

    suggested the Marlborough House site for a gallery to house the Angerstein collection of paintings (the basis of the National Gallery), 9 Apr. 1824. He spoke generally on the need for a more central location for a picture gallery than

    ELLIS, Wynn (1790-1875), of 30 Cadogan Place, Mdx.

    patron of the fine arts and amassed a valuable if somewhat idiosyncratic picture collection, which he bequeathed to the National Gallery. It was said that he believed more in "work and wages than in eleemosynary acts", but he left charitable

    LONG, Charles (1760-1838), of Bromley Hill Place, Kent

    jt. paymaster-gen. Apr. 1807-Aug. 1817, paymaster-gen. Aug. 1817-July 1826. Ofifces Held Dir. Greenwich Hosp. 1799-1829; trustee, British Museum 1812-d., National Gallery 1824-d. Ofifces Held Lt.-col. commdt. Lewisham and Lee vols. 1803. Biography By 1820 Long was comfortably settled in the

    ROBINSON, Frederick John (1782-1859), of Nocton Hall, Lincs.

    grants for the building of new churches, the repair and refurbishment of Windsor Castle and the establishment of a National Gallery. His speech, with its stirring description of a country blessed with ‘comfort and content, prosperity and order, going hand

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    London, National Gallery

    London, National Gallery London, National Gallery, England Queen Victoria and Prince Albert were great supporters of the National Gallery and the Queen visited it on several occasions in 1837, 1838, 1841, 1856 and 1858. Contemporary view: NATIONAL GALLERY (THE) occupies

  • * British History Online *

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    Spain, August 1550, 16-31, 16 August 1550-31 August 1550

    in 1545, leaving her to govern for her little son Charles II. Her portrait by Holbein is in the National Gallery. I have not found the copy referred to. These copies are not to be found. The Earl of Wiltshire.


    with which they have no obvious connection. Sir Charles Eastlake obligingly informed me that he had purchased for the National Gallery, from the Manfrini collection, a small portrait by an unknown painter of the Van Eyck school. It represented a


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