Lee, Rupert, 1887-1959
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Written from Iver Heath. Discusses various matters. Nash has been unlucky in love, writing that he "broke his dream" because he has "been in love with an idea." Includes envelope with drawing of "Aunt Sam?". People mentioned: Lavengro (Rupert Lee) and an unnamed girl.
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).
Written from Iver Heath. Nash discusses his arrangements in town and hopes Oakley will soon visit. People mentioned: Vere Seutoni and Rupert Lee.
Written from Chelsea. Nash insists that Oakley should be in London on November 7 to come to the private viewing of Nash's show. People mentioned: Oakley's mother and father, Rupert Lee.
This collection comprises letters from Paul Nash to Mercia Oakley, written from 1909 to 1918.