Correspondence between David Baxandall, Director, Manchester City Art Gallery, to Margaret Nash, regarding loan of Paul Nash's 'Northern Adventure' and 'Eclipse of the Sunflower' to the M.C.A.G. exhibition 'British Painting 1925-1950 First Anthology' 1951.

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      GB 70 TGA 7050/2899-2920
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      22 pieces

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Includes details of the proposed sale of 'Northern Adventure' to M.C.A.G. (TGA 7050/2911-12, 2914-18), of the Arts Council exhibition 'Paul Nash's Camera' and the book 'Fertile Image' (TGA 7050/2918-19), and a private view card for the M.C.A.G. exhibition (TGA 7050/2913). Other paintings mentioned include 'Winter Sea', 'Event on the Downs', 'Landscape of the Vernal Equinox', 'Landscape Study at Hungerford', 'The Sun Descending Study 7' and 'The Nest of the Wild Stones' (TGA 7050/2901), 'Nocturnal Landscape', 'Sandling Park', 'Malvern Hills' and Storm over the Landscape' (TGA 7050/2902-3), 'The Marriage of the Sun and the Moon' ('Vernal Equinox') refused for loan (TGA 7050/2905-10), 'The Flight of the Magnolia', Michaelmas Landscape' and 'Landscape of the Summer Solstice' (TGA 7050/2906-2911) and 'Pond in the Fields'. 'Mimosa Wood' and 'Chestnut Waters' (TGA 7050/2911). TGA 7050/2910, 2913 and 2915 feature notes by Margaret Nash.