Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)ATL/65
TitleLetter from Lawrence Alma-Tadema to George Henschel
Extent1 item
DescriptionWritten from 17 Grove End Road, St John's Wood, N.W., dated 8 September. Alma-Tadema asks Henschel about his journey to America. He sends the latest 'spoonerism'. He says that his work has been affected by the foggy weather. He writes that his wife and Anna have gone to Scotland and sends news of their trip. He writes that Henschel's portrait hangs in his dining room with a picture of his wife. He plans to attend Cumings Carr's new melodrama at the Adelphi and Robertson's Hamlet at the Lyceum. He sends news of family and friends. He writes about the Donizetti festival which he is unable to attend due to work. He recommends exhibitions in the US, commenting that Abbey's Hamlet is much improved. He wishes Henschel success.
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