Ref NoWGC/1/2/1
TitleCorrespondence with publishers
DescriptionIncludes mainly correspondence with Herbert Read concerning the proposed content and structure of the publication. Other subjects discussed include the impact of the Second World War on Britain and the U.S.A (the decision to abandon plans for a Museum of Modern Art in Britain is mentioned in passing); and other publications in the English Master Painters series. [see images below]

Also includes the original schema produced by Constable setting out the structure and content of the proposed Wilson publication and the memorandum of agreement between R&KP, Constable and Charles Crehore Cunningham.
Date1938-1953
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Image CaptionLetter from Constable to Herbert Read, Editor of the Burlington Magazine, concerning the impact of the outbreak of the Second World War on plans for the Wilson publication, 23 September 1939.
Letter from Herbert Read, Routledge & Kegan Paul, to Constable concerning the impact of the Second World War on Britain and the U.S.A, 9 February 1942.
Publicity flyer produced by Routledge & Kegan Paul, advertising Constable's Richard Wilson publication, c1952.
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