Material concerning the exhibition The Age of Charles I: painting in England 1620-1649, Tate, London, 1972

Scope and Content

Includes:

-letter from Kenneth Clark, London, dated 23 November 1972, concerning the exhibition

-telegram from Sidney Sabin, dated 15 November 1972, concerning the exhibition

-letter from Lord Exeter, Burghley House, Lincolnshire, dated 20 November 1972, concerning the exhibition and other pictures

-letter from Martin Butlin, Tate Gallery, London, dated 25 January 1973, concerning the exhibition

-letter from Margaret Toynbee, Oxford, dated 18 November 1972, concerning the exhibition

-letter from Ronald [Parkinson?], Victoria and Albert Museum, London, dated 15 November 1972, concerning the exhibition

-letter from Hugh [Trevor-Roper], Regius Professor of Modern History, Oxford, dated 30 November 1972, concerning the exhibition and mentioning Sir Theodore de Mayern

-list of accompanying lectures

-handlist of exhibition

-press release for the exhibition, dated 26 October 1972

Item removed from: Millar, O. (1972). The Age of Charles I: painting in England 1620-1649. London: Tate Gallery [Available in the Paul Mellon Centre Library, see URL below]

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