An album of press cuttings, photographs and other material relating to the campaign to secure Titian's 'The Death of Actaeon' for the National Gallery.
Titian cuttings book
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The cuttings relate to the appeal to acquire Titian's 'Death of Actaeon' (NG6420) which was successfully purchased by the National Gallery in 1972.
The album has been listed to file level.
The files are available to researchers by appointment with the Archivist.
Other Finding Aids
The most recent and complete list is held on CALM ALM.
Catalogued by Nicholas Smith, June 2019.
Conditions Governing Use
It is the responsibility of the reader to determine the exact copyright status of the material.
The album was compiled by James Holloway during his time as a student at the Courtauld Institute when he was part of the campaign to save the Titian for the nation. Holloway later became Director of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery.
No accruals are expected.