There is a photograph of this painting in the Witt Library, together with a clipping from a Christie's catalogue; 'Favray 121 Portrait of a Nobleman, in red dress, wearing the Order of a Knight of St John of Jerusalem 31 in. by 24 1/2 in.'. The clipping is annotated, 'Bradley Sale Christie 26 Nov. 1928. Bought by Oxenham, 21 gns.'. This painting was probably exhibited at Versailles in 1961, though the dimensions given in the catalogue are off by some margin; 1.37 x 0.61. Otherwise it is difficult to see what other painting titled 'Bailiff Grand X' the museum could have sent.
Major Sir Algernon Tudor Tudor-Craig: Knight of Grace 1928, promoted Commander 1930, '...by His Majesty the sovereign Head [of the Order]...Major Sir Algernon Tudor Tudor-Craig, K. B. E., F. S. A,. (From Officer)' Annual Report 1930, p. 11. Appointed one of the 'Representative Commanders on Chapter-General' Annual Report 1932, p. 29, also member of the Library Committee. Promoted Knight of Justice, 1934. Died 194(3?) (Listed on the Library Committee in 1942, but not for 1944, and no subsequent mention of his name - the wartime rationing of paper restricted 'inessential' items in the Annual Report, such as obituaries). He was Librarian and Curator at the Museum of Freemasonry during the 1930s and author of the Catalogue of Portraits and Prints at Freemason's Hall in the Possession of The United Grand Lodge of England London, 1938. It is probably fair to say that he had a certain interest in pageantry and ancient Orders. This painting was given in 1935; '(3) An oil painting of an unidentified Bailiff Grand Cross of the late eighteenth century in military dress by Favray (lived 1706-1791)...(4) An oil painting of the Grand Master Ximenes de Texada (1773-1775). The gift[s] of Sir Algernon Tudor-Craig, Knight of Justice.' Annual Report 1935, p. 42.