Jacklin-Joule

  • This material is held at
  • Reference
      GB 3010 BS/2/3/10
  • Dates of Creation
      [1969-2015]
  • Language of Material
      English
  • Physical Description
      1 file (28 letters; 1 card; 2 invitations; 1 draft essay; 1 partial photocopy catalogue)

Scope and Content

Includes:

-letter from Bill Jacklin, artist, undated, thanking Sewell for supportive reviews of his work

-four letters between Sewell and Bernard Jacobson, Bernard Jacobson Gallery, dated 26 November-4 December 1990, concerning the artist Anthony Zych

-letter from Christine Jannick, dated 10 August [?], concerning Armenian churches in Turkey

-ten letters (two illustrated) and one draft essay from Tess Jaray, artist, dated c2000-31 December 2015, concerning various subjects including her work, Sewell's work, and his health

-three letters between Sewell and David Fraser Jenkins, British Collection, Tate Gallery, dated 17 July 1990-11 November 2013, concerning Sewell's writing, and his art collection

-letter from Paul Jeromack, dated 11 May 1995, concerning research on Diderot

-letter from Caspar John, dated 1 August 1969, concerning a mutual friend

-card from Elton John, musician, undated, concerning Sewell's health

-letter from Richard John, undated, thanking Sewell for his help

-letter and exhibition flyer from Gwyneth Johnstone, dated c1993, inviting Sewell to see her work

-three letters and two invitations from Nicholas Jolly, artist, dated 7 October 1984-c2000, concerning his work

-two letters, a photocopy of an extract from a German exhibition catalogue titled 'Neue Englische Kunst, 26 June 1932', and a Christmas card from Rudiger Joppien, German art historian, dated c25 April 1974 and 10 February 2007, concerning forwarding a copy of the Kobell catalogue, and art in Hamburg

-letter from Barry Joule, dated 16 September 1999, concerning an exhibition of Francis Bacon's works

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