Slade School of Fine Art
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Written from Iver Heath. Nash comforts Oakley about her friend who "did back-street things" and assures her that it was not her fault. Nash writes that he is trying to earn the money necessary to go to the Slade School in October. He adds that he makes "bookplates for money & studies for his salvation".
Written from Iver Heath. Black bordered. Concerns the material in Oakley's last letter. Nash adds that he begins work at the Slade School on Wednesday. Includes two sketches, the first entitled "Injured Innocence (in no sense)" and the second with the caption "Arise, fair maiden from these penitent genuflections" (reproduced in Dear Mercia, pages 33 and 34).
This collection comprises letters from Paul Nash to Mercia Oakley, written from 1909 to 1918.