§ 73. Mr. Greg Knight
To ask the Minister for the Arts what support for the British Film Institute and the National Film and Television School has been achieved in the last 10 years both from Government and private sources.
§ Mr. Luce
In the last 10 years the British Film Institute has received £83.6 million in Government support and £67.9 million from the private sector. In the same period, the National Film and Television school has received £10.7 million and £9.3 million respectively, from the same two sources.
Item To whom allocated Amount of lax satisfied £ Two paintings by William Hogarth National Museum of Wales 11,250,000 Flower painting by Jacob Marrel Not yet allocated 61,369 Print by William Blake Fitzwilliara Museum, Cambridge 19,658 Sculpture by Naum Gabo Not yet allocated 286,610 "A Tartar Huntsman" by Rubens Not yet allocated 50,000 "The Artist's Studio" by Peter Tillemans Castle Museum, Norwich 52,270 "Allee a Chantilly" by Cezanne Not yet allocated 13,387,556 Land at Oxey Mead, Yarnton, Oxfordshire Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Naturalists Trust Ltd. 15,640 Two busts by Roubiliac National Museum of Scotland to remain in situ at Mellerstain House 353,855 Two portraits by Angelica Kauffman Scottish National Portrait Gallery 34,100 Ten letters written to Sir Arthur Bryant Imperial War Museum 875 Ten portraits Not yet allocated 260,717 "Fabula" by El Greco National Galleries of Scotland 1947,136.88 1 These three items were met by a call on the reserve.