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Author:

 

Charles Sebag-Montefiore, FSA


Report:

 

42


Page:

 

67


Year:

 

2015


Subject Matter:

 

Lisbon and OPorto Factory Houses, British Merchants and Ec. Relations



Excerpt:

 

Based on an archive of letters written from and to Lisbon in the 1750s and 1760s by the owner of an import/export business in Lisbon.

Luke Foreman was a successful businessman who, together with his wife, used his income to build up an extensive collection of artworks, including A Magdalen (illustrated) by Titian. The article, by a noted collector of dsocuments related to the history of collecting, discusses how the works were purchased and what happened to them after the deaths of the couple.

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