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Sir W.C. Ross, 38 Fitzroy Sq., to T. Miller

RA Collection: Archive

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Sir W.C. Ross, 38 Fitzroy Sq., to T. Miller


10 Sep 1855



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1 piece

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Regrets his inability to visit due to the Duke's commission; revises plans for the visit incorporating his work for Mr. Gurney; asserts that he should not commence work without the presence of Miller; explains what he meant by "getting on without" in his earlier letter [236/22/11]; has been working on a picture of the Duke of Marlborough's boy at Blenheim; states that Mademoiselle Rosa Bonheur has been "creating a great noise" in the Art world with her painting of horses.