Installation photography of the Exhibition of French Art 1200-1900 at the Royal Academy of Arts, 1932.
RA Collection: Art
These photographs show:
(07/4844) Vehicles parked in the courtyard of Burlington House.
(07/4846) Mounted police escort for works of art leaving the depot at Commercial Road.
(07/4847) Some members of the exhibition committee (front row left to right) Carle Dreyfus, Mariano Fortuny, Sir William Llewellyn P.R.A., Louis Metman, Paul Jamot, (back row left to right) Walter Lamb, Sir Frank Short R.A., Philip Connard R.A., J. B. Manson.
(07/4848) Unloading the waggon at the Commercial Road Depot.
(07/4849) Leaving the Commercial Road Depot.
(07/4850) Central Hall (tapestries and sculpture) showing, amongst other things Apocalypse Hanging: The Angel Pours Out the Seventh Cup by the Workshop of Nicolas Bataille, cartoons by Hennequin de Bruges, sculptures of The Queen of Sheba and King Solomon by School of the Ile de France and Apocalypse Hanging: The Wise Men Counting the Number of the Beast by Workshop of Nicolas Bataille, cartoons by Hennequin de Bruges.
(07/4851) South Rooms (drawings, paintings and sculpture) showing, amongst other things The Satin Gown by François Boucher and Benjamin Franklin by Jean-Honoré Fragnard.
(07/4852) Gallery II (paintings) showing, amongst other things A Lady in her Bath ('Diane de Poitiers') by François Clouet and The Triptych of Moulins by the Maître de Moulins.
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