GB/0397 Royal Academy of Arts Archive.
| |GI John Gibson, RA, papers c. 1822-1866
| |GI/1 Correspondence 1824-1866
| ||>GI/1/37 [John Gibson], Rome [to K. M. Bruce] 06 May 1864|
|Title||[John Gibson], Rome [to K. M. Bruce]|
|Date||06 May 1864|
|Extent & Medium||1 piece|
|Content Description||Draft letter in which Gibson expresses a preference for the group symbolising Europe on the memorial to Prince Albert. The letter states that Gibson has finished the second and third bust in marble of the Princess of Wales, and that Signor Saulini had shown him the cameo of Queen Victoria at his studio. He concludes by describing the clay model of Psyche coming in sight of Cerberus, on which he had been working every day for six months.|