Pamela Johnson, research papers on Neville Northey Burnard

Scope and Content

The archive consists of research carried out by Pamela Johnson on Neville Northey Burnard, the research includes notes, correspondence and extracts from publications. The research has been arranged in the following folders:

1 - Detailed list of works and outline of life
2 - Photographs and illustrations of work
3 - Photocopies of Burnard's correspondence
4 - Verses
5 - Verses in documents belonging to Trewin Copplestone
6 - Details about family
7 - Corrrespondence relating to work and life
8 - Material relating to the monument of Ebenezer Elliott in Sheffield
9 - Photocopies of articles and assorted publications featuring Burnard

Administrative / Biographical History

Pamela Johnson researched the life and work of Neville Northey Burnard (1818-1878), a Cornish sculptor. Some of Burnard's most celebrated works include a bust of the future Edward VII when a child; a statue of the explorer Richard Lemon Lander in Truo and a bronze statue of Ebenezer Elliott in Sheffield.

Access Information

Available to view by appointment in the Heinz Archive and Library Public Study Room, to make an appointment contact Archive Reception . Although records are generally available for public consultation, some information in them, such as personal data or information supplied to the Gallery in confidence, may be restricted.

Conditions Governing Use

Personal photography is permitted for research purposes only. Photocopying is not permitted.