GB/0397 Royal Academy of Arts Archive.
| |GI John Gibson, RA, papers c. 1822-1866
| |GI/1 Correspondence 1824-1866
| ||>GI/1/191 [John Gibson, to Harriet Hosmer] |
|Title||[John Gibson, to Harriet Hosmer]|
|Extent & Medium||1 piece|
|Content Description||Draft letter in which Gibson expresses mock outrage at a newspaper article that had claimed he declined undertaking a group for the memorial [to the Prince Consort] on account of his advanced age. He laments the state of his correspondent's country [a reference to the US Civil War.] He and [Penry] Williams had been as far as Livorno. 'The Faun' was much advanced, and the marble very clear of defects. Gibson gives news relating to the murders of three people. [The letter is incomplete.]|
|Note||Note in pencil at head of letter "to M. Lloyd".|