Found in 1305 Collections and/or Records:
Concerning Quilter's review of Leader's work.
Concerning Leader's paintings sent to the Academy: Mead and Stream, An Old Country Church, A Hillside Road, Carting Timber.
Rackham agrees to present a prize of one guinea.
B.L. Leary (secretary to Walter Nugent Monck) letter to unidentified recipient (probably J. Anthony Denney), 1935 August 16
Leary says that Monck would be glad to attend the judging and opening of the exhibition if he is in London.
These letters to George Alder Blumer are mainly about the American Medico-Psychological Association and the American Journal of Insanity, edited by Blumer. Several of the writers were, like Blumer, administrators of psychiatric hospitals in the United States and abroad.
This is an artificial collection of individually donated bookplates received since 2010.
The collection comprises correspondence, photographs, and printed material concerning the Welsh artist Frank Brangwyn.
The collection comprises correspondence, articles, cuttings, and other related material, concerning the English antiquary and topographer, John Britton (1771-1857).
The collection comprises letters from Edward Burne-Jones to John Ruskin, written from 1862 to ca. 1889.
Dodgson says he will do what Hunt asked; he only needs to know "just what I have to do, and when."
"January 5, 1914. Dear Sir, I am very much obliged to you for your kind letter about the Lewis pictures. I will write to Christies'. I think the Birmingham Gallery must have bought some. I would be very grateful for the addresses of any owners of Lewis's pictures, if it is not troubling you too much. I am yours very truly, Charles Aitken [...]"
Concerning the process of printing from zinc. The letter is written on paper watermarked 1835.
The letter is written on paper watermarked 1835.
Concerning a picture by Landseer for the Dublin Exhibition.