Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Letters, 22 January 1838 written by David Cox, the English painter, to an unidentified addressee stating he is behind in his work and will visit as soon as possible and sending regards to "dear pupil"; and letter, n.d., [?] Waley, sending regards from Mr. and Mrs. Cox.
Chester Harding, Chelsea [London, England] to an unknown person where he requests that the painting he sent be entered in the catalog as "Wash-water Cumberland." Circa 1824.
Letter from Charles R. Leslie, Edgware Road [London, England] to an unknown person in which he requests the return of Sir John Soane's card, as an American friend has arrived who would like to see the Soane Gallery. Undated.
This collection consists of fourteen letters of outgoing correspondence penned by Scottish painter Sir David Wilkie (1785-1841) between 1820 and 1840. These letters were written while Wilkie was residing in London and discuss his work as an artist and are addressed to various correspondents.
Letter from Sir John Soane, Lincoln's Inn Fields [London, England] to [?] Watson. Requests Mr. Watson to send his cart to the Royal Academy for three drawings "sent there previous to the exhibition." Includes an engraving, printed by Fisher, Son & Co., of Soane by James Thomson, after the painting of Soane by Sir Thomas Lawrence and a pamphlet on Sir John Soane's Museum.