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Entrance to the Arsenal, Venice

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By 1874, Sir Edward Henry Page-Turner, 6th Bart. (d. 1874), Battlesden House, Bedfordshire, England; 1874, by inheritance to his wife, Lady Mary Ann Otway Page-Turner (d. 1902), Battlesden House, Bedfordshire and Brighton, East Sussex, England [see note 1]; February 21, 1903, sold by the estate of Lady Page-Turner at Christie's, London, and purchased by Agnew's, London [Agnew's stock no. 718]; 1904, sold by Agnew's to Horace (Horatio?) Greenough Curtis; by 1927, by inheritance to his wife, Mrs. Horace Greenough Curtis; 1927, given by Mrs. Horace Greenough Curtis to the MFA. (Accession Date: July 21, 1927) NOTES: [1] Lady Page-Turner later remarried, to Thomas Isaac Guest

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Gift of Mrs. Horatio Greenough Curtis in memory of Horatio Greenough Curtis


39.4 x 47.9 cm (15 1/2 x 18 7/8 in.)

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Oil on canvas