Materials, including exhibition catalogues, relating to William Walcot

Scope and Content

Comprises: (1) Malcolm C. Salaman, William Walcot (Modern Masters of Etching, 16), London, New York, 1927; (2) Catalogues and photocopied catalogues of Walcot exhibitions at the Fine Arts Society (1974), Rye Art Gallery (1977), Barbican Art Gallery (1984), the Building Centre Gallery (1984), Lott and Gerrish Ltd (n.d.), William Weston Gallery (n.d.), and the Building Centre (n.d.); (3) Photocopies of Imperial Russian banknotes and treasury bond; (4) Photocopy of letter from Peyton Skipwith, The Times, 8 February 1984

Administrative / Biographical History

William Frank Walcot (1874-1943) was an architect and artist and a member of the British community in pre-revolutionary Russia, resident in Odessa and Moscow

Access Information

Access is unrestricted

Acquisition Information

The gift of Peyton Skipwith (Fine Art Society), March 1984; Polly Walcot-Stewart, March 1987


In English, Russian

Other Finding Aids

A more detailed listing of the contents is available in the Leeds Russian Archive online catalogue