Six letters from John Rothenstein, Director, Tate Gallery, and three replies from Margarte Nash.

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  • Reference
      GB 70 TGA 7050/3457-3479
  • Dates of Creation
      1948 - 1949
  • Physical Description
      27 pieces

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Regarding gift to John Rothenstein from Margaret (TGA 7050/3458) Margaret's gratitude for the Memorial Exhibition and concert (TGA 7050/3466, 3468), Arts Council/British Council touring exhibitions in Canada and France (TGA 7050/3470, 3476-7), the proposed Nash family gift to the Tate (TGA 7050/3478-9) and Margaret's proposed Paul Nash loan collection (TGA 7050/3498-9). Together with Margaret's correspondence with Honor E. Frost, Supervisor of Publications, Tate, or from D. Minton-Seahouse on her behalf, re permission to reproduce 'View (Landscape) at Iden' and 'Landscape from a Dream' (TGA 7050/3459, 3461-3), and sales of Paul Nash's brochure 'Aerial Flowers' at the Memorial Exhibition, together with statement of consignment (TGA 7050/3467, 3469). Also, two letters from and one letter to, R. Walker, Assistant Keeper, Tate, re list of Paul Nash works at the Tate, misnaming 'Tench Pond in a Gale' as 'Trees', reproducing 'The Archer Overthrown' for the BBC and the transfer of copyright (TGA 7050/3460-1, 3464, see also 3472 for copyright).

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