Thirteen letters from Dudley (Tooth), Arthur Tooth & Sons Ltd and two letters from E.J. Ledger, Secretary.

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  • Reference
      GB 70 TGA 7050/1387-1405
  • Dates of Creation
  • Physical Description
      20 pieces

Scope and Content

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.