Ref NoJNS/1/2/3
TitleCorrespondence
DescriptionThis file includes Nicolson's correspondence with individuals and institutions concerning the research and administrattive arrangements for the 1968 exhibition of works by Mortimer, held in Eastbourne and London (for further material on this exhibition, please also see catalogue reference JNS/1/2). The letters mostly concern the provenance and attribution of works by Mortimer. they also include requests to loan and reproduce artworks. The file also contains some organisational and administrative correspondence between Nicolson, The Paul Mellon Foundation and the Towner Gallery.

The file includes correspondence with the following:

1966
-Nathan Chaikin (and Frederick J. Cummings)
-Basil Taylor, The Paul Mellon Foundation for British Art

1967
-John Gere, The British Museum
-Basil Taylor, The Paul Mellon Foundation for British Art
-Major General F.V.B. Witts
-Frederick J. Cummings, The Detroit Institute of Arts (and Robert R. Wark)
-The Earl of Pembroke
-David S. Brooke, Art Gallery of Ontario
-Christie, Manson & Woods Ltd.
-Ann Hills (Nicolson's research assistant)
-C.N. Peter Powell, The British Council
-David Bindman
-John Rewald
-Dorothy Millar
-Robert R. Wark
-Mary Lightbown
-Luke [?], The Ashmolean Museum
-Frances Follin Jones, The Art Museum, Princeton University
-Michael Trinick, The National Trust
-John Hay Whitney
-Devora Goldstein, Los Angeles County Museum of Art
-Ellis Waterhouse
-Mrs Barnden, Paul Mellon Foundation
-Francis Trywhitt-Drake
-George [Fenyon]
-Denis [?]
-C.L. Hacker
-R.H.C. Taylor
-Brian Read, Victoria & Albert Museum
-M. Rajnai, City of Norwich Museums
-E.S. Hyde (via David Galer, Towner Art Gallery)
-Peter Pagan, City of Bath Municipal Libraries & Victoria Art Gallery
-P. Adams, General Accident Insurance

1968
-Angus Stirling, The Paul Mellon Foundation for British Art
-Christopher Lennox Boyd
-Richard Kingsett, Agnew & Sons
-Ann Hills (Nicolson's research assistant)
-C.N. Peter Powell, The British Council
-John Appleby, Appleby Bros. Ltd.
-Lord Chamberlain's Office
-University of London
-James O. [?], The Foreign Service of the United States of America
-Major Herbert Holden
-Miss Pearlee Freiberg (via Mr. David Galer, Towner Art Gallery)
-[unsigned], Clayes, Ashdon, Essex (via Angus Stirling, The Paul Mellon Foundation for British Art)
-Alaisdair [?], House of Lords
-Judith L. Marks
-Cyril Fry, Fry Water-colours and Drawings
-Mr G.K. Beaulah
-Martin Butlin, The Tate Gallery
-John Sunderland, Courtauld Institute of Art
-Leonard Baskin, Smith College
-Frederick J. Cummings, The Detroit Institute of Arts
-Squadron Leader R.H.C. Taylor
-David Galer, Towner Art Gallery
-Mrs Helen Enggass (and Frederick J. Cummings, The Detroit Institute of Arts)
-David S. Brooke, Art Gallery of Ontario
-Robert Rosenblum, New York University
-M.W. [Farn], County Archivist, Shire Hall, Warwick (addressed to Sunderland)
-John Duncan Macmillan, University of Edinburgh
-Ralph Holland, The University of Newcastle Upon Tyne
-R. Colvill
-Lord Ridley
-Ralph Edwards
-Noel Annesley, Christie, Manson & Woods
Date8 January 1966-20 December 1968
LevelFile
Extent1 file
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