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Charles Beloe letters, 1841-1851.

Beloe, Charles.

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  • Title:
    Charles Beloe letters, 1841-1851.
  • Author/Creator: Beloe, Charles.
  • Creation Date: 1841-1851.
  • Biographical/Historical Note: British art dealer.
  • Physical Desc.: 57 items..
  • Summary: Letters sent by Beloe from London, Stoke-on-Trent, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and other parts of Britain between 1849-1851, with one letter being dated 1841.
    Beloe was apparently an art dealer, agent and exhibitor, and familiar with some of the leading British painters of the period, including Benjamin Robert Haydon and Sir George Hayter. The letters appear to have been addressed to just one correspondent, a "Mr. J. Hogarth", Beloe's employer at that time. The letters refer mainly to the exhibition, purchase and sale of contemporary British works of art, including paintings, engravings and busts, in London, the Potteries, the North-East of England, and Scotland. They include comments on organizing provincial art exhibitions, and occasional details on individual artists and works.
  • Language: English
  • Notes: Holographs, signed.
    Organization: Arranged chronologically.
  • Subjects: Haydon, Benjamin Robert, 1786-1846 Hayter, George, Sir, 1792-1871 Art -- Exhibitions -- Great Britain Art dealers -- Great Britain
  • Contributors: Hogarth, J.
  • ID/Accession Number: 86-A1311
  • Access/Rights: Open for use by qualified researchers.
  • OCLC Record Number: 84403660
  • Source: GRI Library Catalog

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