GB/0397 Royal Academy of Arts Archive.
| |236 Thomas Miller papers 1847-1865
| |236/45 William Powell Frith, R.A. 1854-1859
| ||>236/45/14 W.P. Frith, London, to T. Miller 9 Apr 1856|
|Title||W.P. Frith, London, to T. Miller|
|Date||9 Apr 1856|
|Extent & Medium||2 pieces|
|Content Description||On the difficulties of trying to secure permission to see Millais's|
works, even with Egg as an intermediary; has now seen the
pictures and raves about them, calling Millais a "genius", mentions "Peace Concluded", "Autumn Leaves" and "a child lying asleep"; considers the merits of the "Scapegoat" by Holman Hunt and is glad it is not adjacent to his own works; discusses his own affairs, a work bought for 800gn. by the Glasgow Art Union; mentions the work of Horsley, Egg and Elmore.