Three letters from Robert Hogg, Curator of the Carlisle Art Gallery, to Margaret Nash, and two replies from Margaret to Robert Hogg.

  • This material is held at
  • Reference
      GB 70 TGA 7050/2054-2059
  • Dates of Creation
      1954 - 1956
  • Physical Description
      6 pieces

Scope and Content

Letters concern Anthony Bertram's request on Margaret Nash's behalf to see if the Carlisle Art Gallery holds copies of photographic prints of four watercolour paintings by Paul Nash (TGA 7050/2054-55); Margaret's search for the drawing of Gordon Bottomley by Paul Nash, reproduced in the 'Outline' autobiography, and her donation to the Carlise Art Gallery of another Bottomley portrait by Nash (TGA 7050/2055-57); Margaret's request for dimensions of the pictures 'Landscape with Three Figures', 'Sleeping Beauty', 'The Girl gives the Harlot the Crucifix', 'Under the Hill, 1911' and 'Wittenham Clumps, 1912' for the record of Paul Nash prints to be presented to the Victoria and Albert Museum (TGA 7050/2058). Also includes typed compliments slip from the Carlisle Art Gallery (TGA 7050/2059).