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Lane, Hugh Percy, Sir, 1875-1915

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role Dealer/Gallery Collector
dates 1875-1915
city Cornwall
other citiesBallybrack, United Kingdom; London, United Kingdom;
countryUnited Kingdom
gender M
historical notes Sir Hugh Percy Lane was an art collector, dealer who established Dublin's Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, now known as Dublin City Gallery The High Lane, in 1908.

Lane collected work by impressionist and his collection included, among otheres, La Musique aux Tuileries by Manet, Sur la Plage by Degas, Les Parapluies by Renoir and La Cheminée by Vuillard.

Lane died on board the RMS Lusitania after it was torpedoed by a German submarine, May 7, 1915.


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1890-1900
1900-1910
1910-1920
websitehttp://www.hughlane.ie/
updated 09/12/2019 15:31:09
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University of Glasgow
Special Collections Department, Library
Correspondence and other papers of Dugald Sutherland MacColl see details...
New York Public Library, Manuscripts and Archives Division
Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, Rm 328
Lady Gregory collection of papers, 1873-[1965] bulk (1873-1932) see details...
University of Pennsylvania
Rare Book & Manuscript Library Collections
Correspondence with Theodore Dreiser, 1912-1914. see details...
Brigham Young University Archives
Harold B. Lee Library
W. Somerset Maugham letter to Sir Hugh Percy Lane, 1909 June 25. see details...
Brigham Young University Archives
Harold B. Lee Library
Sir William Nicholson Letter, 1909. see details...
Brigham Young University Archives
Harold B. Lee Library
R. H. Mottram Letters, 1909. see details...
University College Dublin
The Library, Special Collections
Letter to Hugh Lane, recommending D.J. O'Donoghue for the post of Librarian to 'the new Dublin University' see details...
National Library of Ireland
Department of Manuscripts
Sir Hugh Lane Additional Papers, 1900-1932 see details...
University College Dublin
The Library, Special Collections
Letter to Constantine P. Curran: asks for copy of Curran's account of Hugh Lane, for Dr. Jacques Émile Blanche. see details...
University of New Brunswick, Harriet Irving
Archives & Special Collections
LeRoux Smith LeRoux : [1954-57]. see details...
National Library of Ireland
Department of Manuscripts
Sir Hugh Lane and Ruth Shine Papers, ca. 1880-ca. 1970 see details...
National Library of Ireland
Department of Manuscripts
Letter : from Sir Hugh Lane to Richard Caulfeild Orpen, 1906 August 25. see details...
National Library of Ireland
Department of Manuscripts
W.B. Yeats Occult papers, c. 1890-1937. see details...
National Library of Ireland
Department of Manuscripts
Letters : Sir Hugh Lane, 1903-1907 and undated. see details...
National Library of Ireland
Department of Manuscripts
Three letters addressed to Sir Hugh Lane, mentioning a Gainsboro picture and a Venetian picture, and also a letter of introduction for a Stockholm professor, writer of letters unclear, 1906-1914. see details...
National Library of Ireland
Department of Manuscripts
Letters concerning the return of the 'Lane Pictures' to Dublin, mainly between Mrs Ellen Duncan, Curator of the Municipal Gallery in Dublin, Sir Matthew Nathan, formerly British Under-Secretary for Ireland, Lord Lansdowne, Trustee of the British National Gallery, and James Gallagher, Lord Mayor of Dublin, June and July, 1916. see details...
National Library of Ireland
Department of Manuscripts
Letter: from Sir Arthur Vicars to Sir Hugh Lane, 1909 July 2. see details...
National Library of Ireland
Department of Manuscripts
Letters : from Jacob Epstein to Sir Hugh Lane, 1910 May 10, June 26. see details...
National Library of Ireland
Department of Manuscripts
Letter: from Charles Struben to Sir Hugh Lane, 1912 Nov. 12. see details...
The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library
10 East 71st Street
Miscellaneous clippings on Sir Hugh Lane's bequest of his collection. see details...
The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library
10 East 71st Street
Sir Hugh Lane's noble bequest. see details...
The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library
10 East 71st Street
Henry Clay Frick Papers, Series I: Art Files, 1881-1925, undated. see details...
The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library
10 East 71st Street
Henry Clay Frick Art Collection Files see details...