File 1.6 - Letter from Daniel Maclise to "My dear Sambach"

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Letter from Daniel Maclise to "My dear Sambach"

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Daniel Maclise (1806-1870), painter, famous for his historical works, The Meeting of Wellington and Blucher (1861) and The Death of Nelson (1861).

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Provenance: Julian Browning Rare Books & Manuscripts

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Letter from Daniel Maclise to "My dear Sambach". Autograph Letter Signed “D. Maclise”, to “My dear Samback”, about his house, his preference for Chelsea, and cards for a forthcoming Private View. “But this Queen Anne old house seems to suit me in a kind of melancholy way and as my sister & her family live in the neighbourhood & vibrate here by turns and must be dislocated if I remove; I do no have to risk a change to the more agreeable regions of the groves of acacia – pastoral as they are – or the saintly precincts of the woods of St. John.”

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Accession 2018-020, Box 1, Folder 6

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