GB/0397 Royal Academy of Arts Archive.
| |GRI George Richmond, RA personal papers 1825-1896
| |GRI/3 General correspondence of George Richmond c.1826-1896
| ||>GRI/3/36 John James Ruskin, Herne Hill, to George Richmond 9 May 1842|
|Title||John James Ruskin, Herne Hill, to George Richmond|
|Date||9 May 1842|
|Extent & Medium||1 piece|
|Content Description||He is disappointed that there is no time for his son to sit for his portrait; he has liked Richmond's work since seeing it in Somerset House; admired the full-length of Holroyd and prefers Richmond's work to that of Landseer, mentions portraits of the Duke of Buccleugh [sic] and Prince Albert (neither by Landseer); further praises Richmond portraits; he wants a full-length portrait, his son will not fatigue Richmond; he would also like news of his brother.|