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PLEASE REPLY TO S.C. KAINES SMITH, STARETON HOUSE, STARETON, NR. KENILWORTH TELEPHONE: LEAMINGTON SPA 171 STATION: LEAMINGTON SPA THE COOK COLLECTION KEEPER: S.C. KAINES SMITH, M.B.E., M.A., F.S.A No. 408. Joseph William Mallord Turner, R.A. "The Windmill and Lock." Oil on Canvas, 36 x 48 in. Engraved by W. Say in the [[underline]]Liner Studiorum[[/underline]]. Formerly in the collection of Mr. John Heugh, and included in his sa[[word cut off]] sale April 5th, 1874, No. 185 (1,750 guineas). Exhibited Burlington House, 1873, No 69. " Guildhall, 1899, No.13. " Bradford, 1904, No.65 " Graffton Galleries, 1911 (Illus.) Reproduced in [[underlined]] Les Arts [[/underlined]] Aug. 1905. Based on a study of Rembrandt's "Mill" (Lansdowne, now Widener, Coll Lit. Ruskin "Modern Painters" 1982 Edition) iv, pp.7-9 v. p.364 W.G.Rawlinson, "Turner's Liber Studiorum" 1906, p.69, No.27. A.J.Finberg, (Inventory of Drawings in the National Gallery Turner's 1909, vol.i. p.368 & 310-14
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