Minutes of the First London Group Meeting 25 October 1913
Denys J. Wilcox, The London Group 1913–1939: The Artists and their Works, Aldershot 1995, pp.139–41.
Meeting 25 Oct. 1913
Present. Drummond, D. Grant, W. Bayes, Bevan, Gilman, Epstein,
Resolved that the C.T.G. and Fitzroy Street be amalgamated.
Seconded by Mr Gore.
Mr Gilman proposed an amendment that the New Society be separate from Fitzroy Street.
Seconded by Mr Drummond. 4 in favour, 8 against.
Mr Bayes then withdrew his motion
Mr Epstein proposed that election by a bare majority. This was not seconded.
Mr Bevan proposed election by black ball.
MR Manson seconded.
Mr Bayes proposed that 1 black ball in 6 of the total number of members should exclude
Mr Gore seconded. this was carried.
Mr Sickert proposed that all voting for members to be done through the post.
Seconded by Manson. & carried. unanimously.
Mr Bayes propsed [sic] that the names of candidates should be posted up for three weeks
MR Bevan seconded[.] this was carried.
Mr Bayes proposed that Membership be limited to artists resident in the U.K.
Mr Epstein seconded[.] Carried unanimously
How to cite
Minutes of the First London Group Meeting, 25 October 1913, in Helena Bonett, Ysanne Holt, Jennifer Mundy (eds.), The Camden Town Group in Context, Tate Research Publication, May 2012, https://www