Documents associated with: 101st Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts, Royal Academy, London, 1869
Record 5 of 8
System Number: 11000
Date: [May 1869]
Author: George Augustus Sala
Repository: Brotherton Library, University of Leeds
Call Number: Brotherton Library
Document Type: ALS
Pall Mall. S.W.
My dear Whistler
Yes but Chapman's "Golden Witch" - an admirable picture - seems to me cribbed from Sandys' "Medea". Or they must have had the same model. Or, the principle of "natural inheritance" has again been vindicated; and the liniaments [sic] of Medea who flourished ever so many thousand years ago, reappear in this Golden Bitch of I suppose a mediaeval period. Never mind: I shall slaughter the picture on Monday. The d_d elections have kept me away from all pictures for some time.
Will you come and dine with me here next Friday at seven o'clock. I will ask Sandys.
George : aug: Sala
4. Sandys' Medea
Frederick Sandys, Medea (z173) (1868), by Anthony Frederick Augustus Sandys (1829-1904), portrait painter and designer [more]. It was exhibited at 101st Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts, Royal Academy, London, 1869.
Sala was art critic of the Daily Telegraph.