Monthly Archives: September 2014

Legat Caricatures

Jenkins describes Moreland’s apartment: “The walls were hung with framed caricatures of dancers in Diaghilev’s early ballets, coloured pictures drawn by the Legat brothers, found by Moreland in a portfolio outside a second-hand book shop; Pavlova, Karsavina; Folkine; others, too … Continue reading


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Our Van Troost

General Conyers makes┬ásome rambling reflections on Dogdene: “Then there is the Veronese (see our post ┬áConstable, Pepys, and Veronese at Dogdene). Geoffrey Sleaford has been advised to have it cleaned, but won’t hear of it. Young fellow called Smethyck told … Continue reading

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