Engravings by Margaret Bryan (1903-1988), artist, c.1930

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

The collection contains prints of engravings by Margaret Bryan. The prints survive in varioussizes and mountings, some of which bear identifying marks and addresses on the back. The subjectsare: 'The Three Witches "Macbeth" 5/20' (MS 440/1); 'Fisherman 7/31' (MS 440/2); 'People watching astorm 7/20' (MS 440/3); 'Buildings and wasteland 1/12' (MS 440/4); 'Puppet 2/20' (MS 440/5); 'TheThree Witches "Macbeth" 5/20' (MS 440/6); 'Horse and Rider 2/12' (MS 440/7); 'The Agony in theGarden 1/50' (MS 440/8); untitled image of two people dancing (MS 440/9); 'Rainy Evening 2/12' (MS440/10); 'Three Masks 5/20' (MS 440/11); 'Actor and Masks 8/20' (MS 440/12); 'The Flight into Egypt6/20' (MS 440/13); 'The Deluge (detail) 5/21' (MS 440/14); 'Decorative Figure from the ceiling ofthe Sistine Chapel' after Michelangelo (MS 440/15); and 'The Crucifixion' 1/30 after El Greco (MS440/16). The date and history of the work is unknown.

Administrative / Biographical History

Margaret Bryan was an engraver who at times lived in Castle Road and Lucknow Avenue, MapperleyPark, Nottingham.

Arrangement

No archival arrangement has been necessary.

Conditions Governing Access

ACCESS: Accessible to all registered readers.

Other Finding Aids

This description is the only finding aid available for the collection. Copyright in thedescription belongs to The University of Nottingham.

Conditions Governing Use

REPROGRAPHIC: Reprographic copies can be supplied for educational use and private study purposesonly, depending on access status and the condition of the documents.

COPYRIGHT: Permission to make published use of any material from this collection must be soughtin advance in writing from the Keeper of the Department of Manuscripts and Special Collections(email mss-library@nottingham.ac.uk). The Department will try to assist in identifying copyright owners but the responsibility for copyright clearance before publication ultimately rests with the reader.

Custodial History

The collection was acquired by The University of Nottingham's Department of Manuscripts in April1986.

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