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).
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.
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- ReferenceGB 70 TGA 7050/3506-3521
- Dates of Creation1953 - 1954
- Physical Description18 pieces