Nineteen letters from Richard Smart, Director, Arthur Tooth & Sons, London, to Margaret Nash, and four replies from Margaret, mainly regarding sales, movemenst and photographing Paul Nash works held at Tooth's.

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      GB 70 TGA 7050/3571-3597
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Other topics include the Paul Nash Memorial Volume (TGA 7050/3573-4) and exhibition (TGA 7050/3575-7, 3580, 3582, 3588, 3596-7); the restoration of Paul Nash's 'Pyramids' (TGA 7050/3577) and varnishing of 'Garden at Meadle' (TGA 7050.3586), sales of Paul Nash's article/brochure 'Aerial Flowers' (TGA 7050/3583); and a British Council exhibition in South Africa (TGA 7050/3584). Paul Nash works mentioned include the aerial flowers series (TGA 7050/3571, 3573 and 3577-9), 'Nocturnal Landscape', 'Voyage of the Moon', 'The Tower' and 'Mineral Objects' (TGA 7050/3575-6), 'Three in the Night' (TGA 7050/3575-8, 3580-1), 'Bleached Objects' and 'Two Serpents' (TGA 7050/3577-8), 'Solstice of the Sunflower' (TGA 7050/3587), 'Northern Adventure' and 'Snow Sunrise' (TGA 7050/3591) and 'Urne Buriall' (TGA 7050/3593-4). Together with two statements of account (TGA 7050/3576, 3579), receipt and account from Pickfords Removals and Storage (TGA 7050/3585, 3590) and letter from Dudley Tooth re arrival of paintings (TGA 7050/3591). TGA 7050/3587 features notations by Margaret Nash.