GB/0397 Royal Academy of Arts Archive.
| |LAW Sir Thomas Lawrence, PRA, letters and papers 1777-1831
| |LAW/3 Autographs volume 3 1819-1822
| ||>LAW/3/73 T[homas] L[awrence], Palazzo Quirinale, to Joseph Farington, Charlotte Street, Bloomsbury 6 Oct 1819|
|Title||T[homas] L[awrence], Palazzo Quirinale, to Joseph Farington, Charlotte Street, Bloomsbury|
|Date||6 Oct 1819|
|Extent & Medium||1 piece|
|Content Description||He is detained in Rome as all wish him to completely finish his pictures for them to see; next week he sets out to Florence and then Venice on his return home; he will miss the welcome of Lysons; speaks of events in Manchester [Peterloo], Paisley and Glasgow; Mr. Turner has arrived and is worthy of the city, he has made clear his admiration of Wilson and is pleased to "see" him around the Campagnia; Canova has just finished two models, of Endymion and a Magdalen; he speaks of Nicolo Poussin, Gaspar, Claude and Wilson working in the areas around Rome; he mentions that Callcott bears Turner no grudge, such is his his superiority, something which cannot be said for portrait painters; he asks to be remembered to West, Owen, Thomson; Turner says Fuseli is well, speaks further of Fuseli.|