HC Deb 30 October 1992 vol 212 cc910-1W
Mr. Redmond

To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage if he will list the works of art that have been donated to the nation during the last 24 months in lieu of payment of tax; and where the general public can currently view each of these works of art.

Mr. Brooke

The information the hon. Member requests is as follows:

Items accepted Current location
Collection of works by and relating to John Piper Wolverhampton Art Gallery
Beaton photographs National Portrait Gallery
Stamp Collection British Library
Thirty-eight paintings connected with East Anglia and a George III cabinet Norwich Castle Museum
Four Old Master drawings by Mirola, Barocci, Cortona and Reni National Gallery of Scotland
Runciman drawings and a portrait by Ramsay National Gallery of Scotland
Sickert painting Tate Gallery
A portrait attributable to Sir Joshua Reynolds Paxton House
Two portraits by Raeburn University of Edinburgh and Scottish National Gallery
Harpsichord by Shudi University of Edinburgh
Collection of musical instruments University of Edinburgh
Watercolour by Whistler Museum of London
Greenough Papers University College, London
Two paintings by Nasmyth Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
Bas D'Armoire and Sevres dinner service Bowes Museum, Durham
Poele de l'Atelier by Cezanne National Gallery
Vintage Bugatti motorcar, Scott motorcycle and Brough motorcycle National Motor Museum (Bugatti) Bradford Industrial Museum (Scott) Tank Museum (Brough)
Statham porcelain collection Fitzwilliam Museum
Eight contemporary paintings Wakefield Art Gallery (6) and Tate Gallery (2)
Surface Substitution by Jennifer Bartlett Tate Gallery
Chattels at Upton House Upton House
Sporting paintings and silver National Horseracing Museum (paintings) and Victoria and Albert Museum (silver)
Up and Out by Richard Hamilton Tate Gallery
Hambledon Cricket Club Accounts Hampshire Record Office
Portrait by Augustus John National Portrait Gallery
Portraits by Reynolds and Van Dyck Knole House
Two busts by Rysbrack Hagley Hall
Portrait by Peter Greenham Tate Gallery

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