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Letters, 1805-1838.

Author: David Wilkie, SirThomas Lawrence, SirEdmund GravesAbraham RaimbachGeorge YoungAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Collection consists of letters by Wilkie, including: 1805 April 21, Cults, to Thomas Macdonald, engraver, Edinburgh - in need of canvas and paints; 1810 Oct. 24 "My dear Madam" - reference to his friend and fellow artist Joseph Nollekens; 1819 May 1, Kensington, to his engraver Abraham Raimbach - letter of sympathy; receipt, 1820 Jan. 3, signed by Raimbach and Wilkie - for purchase of an engraving after Wilkie's  Read more...
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Named Person: William Collins; Walter Scott; William Collins; Walter Scott
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: David Wilkie, Sir; Thomas Lawrence, Sir; Edmund Graves; Abraham Raimbach; George Young; Thomas Macdonald
OCLC Number: 81865185
Notes: Holographs, signed.
Description: 16 items.

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Collection consists of letters by Wilkie, including: 1805 April 21, Cults, to Thomas Macdonald, engraver, Edinburgh - in need of canvas and paints; 1810 Oct. 24 "My dear Madam" - reference to his friend and fellow artist Joseph Nollekens; 1819 May 1, Kensington, to his engraver Abraham Raimbach - letter of sympathy; receipt, 1820 Jan. 3, signed by Raimbach and Wilkie - for purchase of an engraving after Wilkie's "Blind-Man's Buff"; 1822 Dec. 13, Kensington, to Sir Thomas Lawrence - mentions the contributions of Sir Henry Raeburn to a volume of prints; ca. 1824, to Lord Colborne - requesting the return of "The Parish Beadle" for Raimbach to engrave; 1828 Feb. 7, Madrid, to Prince (George?) Dolgoruky - thanks for a copy of "Dictionnaire des peintres hispagniols [sic]"; 1831 Aug. 6, Kensington, to Edmund Graves - containing a passage from Sir Walter Scott; 1832 Jan. 22, Kensington, to George Young - postponing a visit to his studio as the picture is "not in a state sufficiently advanced to be seen"; 1832 Sept. 28, Kensington "My dear Madam" - death of Sir Walter Scott; 1836 "Dear Madam" - a dinner invitation; 1836, 1837, Kensington, to Mrs. Marshall - regarding the activities of William Collins, who has met Wordsworth on his travels; [n.y.] Aug. 1, to Dr. Dibdin - regarding an appointment; 1838 Nov. 30, Kensington - an autograph; and an engraved portrait of Wilkie, 1834.

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