Richard Payne Knight: Some Unpublished Correspondence

Liscombe, R.W.
December 1979
Art Bulletin;Dec79, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p604
Academic Journal
Provides information on several correspondence concerning deputy Richard Payne Knight. His historical significance; Involvement on the Society of Antiquaries; Information on his literary compositions; Relationship with George, Fourth Earl of Aberdeen.


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