The letters concern the touring exhibition 'Applied Design' organised by Paul Nash; printing Paul Nash's C.E.M.A. scheme lithograph at the Baynard Press, payment for the Applied Design exhibition and the lithograph; hiring fees for 'View R' and 'View S' at 'Pictures to Live With'; an exhibition of book illustration since 1800 and the loan of Paul Nash's copy of 'Urne Buriall and the Garden of Cyrus'. Includes a printed advertising leaflet issued by C.E.M.A. about 'Landscape of the Vernal Equinox' Paul Nash's lithograph describing its developement and printing process (TGA 7050/399a).
Eight letters and one postcard, from Philip James, Director of Art, Society for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts, two leters from Hilda Kranz, Treasurer, C.E.M.A., one from Doris Thellusson, Assistant Art Organiser, C.E.M.A, and one from Mrs. K.R. Hyslop, C.E.M.A., to Paul Nash.
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- ReferenceGB 70 TGA 7050/396-408
- Dates of CreationJune - November 1943
- Physical Description14 pieces