Letters concern the sale of the study 'Landscape with Pale Tones' (TGA 7050/2580-81) and 'Littlestone Dymchurch' (TGA 7050/2602-3); Margaret's request for two Nash paintings to appear at the Galleries 'Artists of Fame and Promise' exhibition (TGA 7050/2582-83); Margaret's painting 'Wheels' by Edward Burra offered for sale (TGA 7050/2582-86, 2589-90); the proposed Leicester Galleries exhibition of Paul Nash paintings to take place in Summer 1953 (TGA 7050/2595-96, 2600-01). Also includes lists of paintings belonging to Margaret Nash on sale or return with Ernest, Brown & Phillips (TGA 7050/2586, 2603, 2606), and receipts of sales for the Nash paintings 'Littlestone Dymchurch' and 'Sun Descending Study 4, 1945' (TGA 7050/2592 and 2602). The remaining correspondence discusses the sale, pricing, (and overpricing) of the following Paul Nash paintings; 'Cumulus Head' (TGA 7050/2594-95), 'Landscape in Pale Tones' (TGA 7050/2579), 'March Woods, Study 2' (TGA 7050/2586-88), 'Night Piece, Toulon' (TGA 7050/2580-81, 2586-88), 'Northern Adventure' (TGA 7050/2603, 2605-07), 'Order of Five' (TGA 7050/2603, 2607), 'Sun Descending, Study 4' (TGA 7050/2586-8, 2591-93), 'Urne Buriall' (TGA 7050/2600-01), 'Vernal Equinox' (TGA 7050/2600).
Correspondence between Oliver F. Brown, Director, Ernest Brown & Phillips Ltd, Leicester Galleries, London, and Margaret Nash.
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- ReferenceGB 70 TGA 7050/2578-2607
- Dates of Creation1952
- Physical Description35 pieces