GB/0397 Royal Academy of Arts Archive.
| |RI W.B. Richmond papers 1858-1921
| |RI/1 Letters from William Blake Richmond to members of his family 1858-1921
| ||>RI/1/46 [draft?] W.B. Richmond, Rome, to Julia Richmond [23 Apr 1867]|
|Title||[draft?] W.B. Richmond, Rome, to Julia Richmond|
|Date||[23 Apr 1867]|
|Extent & Medium||1 piece|
|Content Description||Laura and Buchanan leave for home. He will return to London after visiting Venice, although he wishes to return to Rome in the Autumn to finish his great picture. He expects to be in Scotland for the summer, with Mr. Graham, consequent from the commission that he accepted before all the troubles began.|
He will leave [for Venice] with Charlie Acland. He has had a photo done of his picture. Laura has enjoyed herself in Rome, not so much J.B. B[uchanan], who is not so capable of enjoyment. Thornton has made a good step in the right direction.
|Note||Dated in the letter Easter monday. A later annotation has placed this on the 2nd of April, but that was on the assumption that the letter was written in 1866, not 1867.|