Wallace Collection

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LEWIS, Denise - a Trustee, Wallace Collection, since 2009

VOGTHERR, Christoph Martin (born 1965), Director, Wallace Collection, since 2011

Italian Renaissance art from the Both de Tauzia collection, now at the Wallace Collection

SAVILL, Rosalind (Joy) (born 1951), Director, The Wallace Collection, 1992–2011, now Curator Emeritus

ROTHSCHILD, James A. de (died 1957), Trustee of the Wallace Collection, 1941–55

ROTHSCHILD AGIUS, Kate Juliette de (born 1949), Trustee, Wallace Collection, since 2013

James, Walter John (1869 - 1932), artist; late Lieut RNVR; JP; Trustee, Wallace Collection, since 1931

CAMP, Samuel James (1876 - 1936), Keeper, Secretary and Accounting Officer Wallace Collection since 1924

NORMAN, (Alexander) Vesey (Bethune) (1930 - 1998), Inspector of the Wallace Collection’s Armouries, 1977–94

PHILLIPS, Claude (1846 - 1924), Barrister-at-Law; Art critic of The Daily Telegraph; Keeper of the Wallace Collection, 1897–1911

FAUDEL-PHILLIPS, Lionel Lawson Faudel (1877 - 1941), Treasurer and Chairman of the Royal Hospital of Bethlem and Bridewell; Trustee of the Wallace Collection; Director of Faudels, Limited

WALKER, Emery (1851 - 1933), Trustee, Wallace Collection, since 1924; Sandars Reader in Bibliography, Cambridge, 1924; Past Master of the Art Workers’ Guild (Master, 1904); process engraver and printer

HORNBY, C. H. St John (1867 - 1946), Director of W. H. Smith & Son, Ltd; Trustee of British Museum since 1936; Trustee of the Wallace Collection since 1933


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A museum in Manchester Square, London, containing French 18th-century paintings and furniture, English 18th-century portraits, and medieval armour. The collection was built up by the fourth marquis of Hertford and Richard Wallace (1819–90), his illegimate son or half-brother; Richard Wallace's widow gave it to the nation in 1897.

Subjects: Art.

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