Correspondence between Le R. S. Le Roux, Publications Manager, Tate Gallery and Margaret Nash regarding copyright and reproductions of Paul Nash works at the Tate.

  • This material is held at
  • Reference
      GB 70 TGA 7050/3506-3521
  • Dates of Creation
      1953 - 1954
  • Physical Description
      18 pieces

Scope and Content

The letters mainly concern the Tate's request for Margaret to assign copyright or reproduction rights to the Tate for the Paul Nash paintings they own (TGA 7050/3506-13). Also refers to compensation and copyright fees (TGA 7050/3511), existing Tate postcards of Paul Nash's 'Landscape from a dream' (TGA 7050/3504-5), 'Landscape at Iden' and 'Totes Meer' (TGA 7050/3512-13) and a proposed reproduction of 'Pillar and Moon' by Messrs Douglas and Gilson (TGA 7050/3514-21). Includes unsigned statements for the transfer of copyright with lists of the Tate owned Paul Nash paintings (TGA 7050/3507, 3510), and copy of letter from Le R.S. Le Roux to Messrs Douglas and Gilson (TGA 7050/3519).