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Richmond, W. B., Sir (William Blake), 1842-1921



  • Existence: 1842 - 1921

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Letter to Mercia Oakley, 1912

 Item — Nash 34
Call Number: MSS 24
Scope and Contents:

Written from Iver Heath. Nash's father has been ill. Discusses hands and plans for future drawings and includes a poem written by Nash. People mentioned: William Harry Nash, Sir William Richmond, and Lavengro (Rupert Lee).

Dates: 1912

Letter to Mercia Oakley, 1912 May 12

 Item — Nash 38
Call Number: MSS 24
Scope and Contents:

Written from Iver Heath. Nash and Wilkie have resolved their dispute and Nash is going to display his drawings in a London gallery. Nash now thinks he will visit Paris after all. Includes ink drawing of a woman with an umbrella and a bus with an ad for "Paul's Pictures" (reproduced in Dear Mercia, p. 80). People mentioned: Ivan Wilkinson Brooks and Sir W.B. Richmond.

Dates: 1912 May 12

Paul Nash Letters to Mercia Oakley

Call Number: MSS 24

This collection comprises letters from Paul Nash to Mercia Oakley, written from 1909 to 1918.

Dates: 1909-1951, bulk 1909-1912

William Blake Richmond letter to Richard Redgrave, 1873 December 8th

 Item — Box 2, Folder: 100
Call Number: MSS 22
Scope and Contents:

"My Dear Sir, I beg to thank you for your letter. I have to day written to Colonel Ponsonby. My fresco on which I am working now is in part done and will be quite finished by the 8th of March after which date I shall be ready to execute the portrait. I am my dear Sir, yours very faithfully, W.B. Richmond."

Dates: 1873 December 8th