Sunday, July 23, 2006


IGNORANCE, ENVY AND JEALOUSY GONE

We have banished these ignoble emotions from the RSC - or, to be precise, we have sold our picture called Innocence Beset By Ignorance, Envy and Jealousy, painted by Thomas Ward in 1837, for a handsome sum via Christie's. In our collection because it was erroneously thought to be Miranda and Caliban in The Tempest, modern art historians say it has nothing to do with Shakespeare. The welcome proceeds will be used to improve our collection. You can judge from the attachment whether it will be greatly missed. Our innocence we have retained.

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