Revealed: the secret conditions behind the Titian deal

M. B.
June 2009
Art Newspaper;Jun2009, Vol. 18 Issue 203, p1
The article reports on the disclosure of the conditions under which the National Gallery of Scotland (NGS) will continue the public display of the 25 paintings on loan from the Duke of Sutherland. The said paintings are valued at an estimate of £1 billion. It has been disclosed that such loan was a key part of the deal when the NGS purchased the painting "Diana and Actaeon," by Titian along with the National Gallery in London, England for £50 million.


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