The letters mainly refer to sales of Nash works, moving works and requests or comments on new paintings. Other topics include the British Institute of Adult Education exhibition (TGA 7050/1387), Contemporary Art Society exhibition (TGA 7050/1395) and Temple Newsam exhibition (TGA 7050/1402 and 1405); Tooth's taking back control of Nash's work (TGA 7050/1393 together with copy of letter to the Redfern Gallery, Leicester Galleries amd Messrs Reid and Lefevre from Tooth's regarding the same); the Nash Penguin monograph and copyright (TGA 7050/1395); framing difficulties (TGA 7050/1398-9); and loan/advances to Paul Nash from Tooth's (TGA 7050/1403-4). Also letter from Richard Smart, Director, Arthur Tooth and Sons Ltd, to Nash regarding an exhibition including 'Megaceros Hibernicus'(?), 'Stalking Horse' and 'Russell Square' (TGA 7050/1392), and statements of account February-April 1942 (TGA 7050/1388-90). Other paintings mentioned include 'Coronilla' (TGA 7050/1387), 'Spring at Fawley Bottom', 'Wood Sea', 'Edge of the Marsh' and 'Maiden Castle' (TGA 7050/1391), Mineral Objects' (TGA 7050/1393 and 1395), 'Pillar and Moon' and 'Silbury Hill' (TGA 7050/1397, 1399-1401), 'Kinetic Feature' and 'Whiteleaf Woods' (TGA 7050/1398-9) and 'November Moon' and 'Sunflower and Sun' (TGA 7050/1405). TGA 7050/1387, 1389-90 and 1395 include pencil notes in Paul and (Margaret?) Nash's hands.
Thirteen letters from Dudley (Tooth), Arthur Tooth & Sons Ltd and two letters from E.J. Ledger, Secretary.
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- ReferenceGB 70 TGA 7050/1387-1405
- Dates of Creation1942
- Physical Description20 pieces