Letters received, 1844-1884.

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Symington, Andrew James, b. 1825. Letters received, 1844-1884.

Letters received, 1844-1884.

Collection consists of letters received: 1844 Oct. 16, London, from William Powell Frith - about a painting at the Suffolk St. Gallery which Frith is reluctant to alter, with thanks for inquiry regarding his progress on "The Deserted Village;" 1857 Feb. 10, London, from William Butterfield - contribution of the Seddon Fund; 1857 Aug. 2, London, from Wm. M. Rossetti - regarding subscription for the purchase of Seddon's picture "Jerusalem with the Valley of Jehosaphat" for the National Gallery; 1879, London, from Anna Mary Watts - regarding Symington's sketch of her father, William Howitt, which appeared in "Hand and Heart;" 1884 July 24, Bruneck, from Margaret A. Howitt - announcing the death of Anna Mary Watts.

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Butterfield, William, 1814-1900

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Howitt, William, 1792-1879

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Howitt, Margaret, 1839-....

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Rossetti, William Michael, 1829-1919

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Symington, Andrew James, 1825-....

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British writer and art patron. From the description of Letters received, 1844-1884. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 83780523 ...

National Gallery (Great Britain)

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Seddon, Thomas, 1821-1856

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Howitt, Anna Mary, 1824-1884

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British painter and writer. From the description of What a nightingale sings : autograph manuscript copy of the poem signed, [1859 or later]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270660948 ...

Frith, William Powell, 1819-1909

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William Powell Frith was a popular and successful Victorian painter. His early talent was nourished by his working-class father, and he was educated at Sass's Art School and the Royal Academy. His early paintings were generally derived from classical or literary themes; in later life, he painted contemporary Victorian compositions that proved to be highly popular, and remain interesting as images of the age. He also published articles critical of the Neo-Raphaelites. From the descrip...