Professor Moore has lately received for the Fogg Art Museum an invoice of photographs from London representing all the antiquities of the British Museum. These photographs comprise Egyptian, Assyrian, Grecian, and Graeco-Roman works of art in the departments of sculpture, painting and pottery. By this acquisition, the number of photographs in the collection is increased to nearly 20,000. For the practical purposes of the student, these photographs are as useful as the objects themselves in the British Museum.
Professor Moore has also sent an order for photographs of all the paintings in the National Galery in London, and in Louvre in Paris.