I strolled in to the Charles I exhibition and was struck by the inscription on the very first exhibit, which is a pen and ink drawing of Inigo Jones by Van Dyck. The inscription states that it is ‘Vandyke’s original Drawing, from which the Print by Van. Voerst was taken, in the Book of Vandyke’s Heads. Given me by the Duke of Devonshire’. Signed ‘Burlington’. It has always been known that the third Earl of Burlington was as keen on the work of Inigo Jones as he was on Palladio (there is a statue of Inigo Jones outside Chiswick House), but there is something touching about the Earl himself hand writing (I assume it’s his hand) such a carefully worded inscription to the drawing given him by, apparently, the third Duke, although subsequently inherited by the fourth Duke, who married Burlington’s daughter, Charlotte.