- Created by
- Robert Adams 1917–1984
- Sketchbook [including Dallas gate commissions]
- Bound volume - sketchbook
- Tate Archive
- Presented by Mrs Pat Adams, widow of the artist, and her daughter Mrs Mary Adams Weatherhead, in 1984 and 1990.
- TGA 8421/1/42
Graphite, crayon and ink on paper, 405 x 254 mm
Many of these sheets are studies for a gate commissioned by the Dallas patrons James and Lillian Clark in June 1964. The gate was required to fill a space between house and garden wall, measuring 1473 x 838 x 203 mm. There are also several studies for a fountain, together with notes about the movement of water. These may relate to a commission from the Greater London Council in June 1965 to work with the landscape architect Sylvia Crowe on a monumental sculpture, possibly incorporating a water feature at the north entrance of the Blackwell Tunnel. This scheme foundered in the following year. See further studies in TGA 8421/1/44.
- Personal papers and artworks of Robert Adams TGA 8421 (44)
- Sketchbooks, drawings and records of work by Robert Adams TGA 8421/1 (25)
- Sketchbook [including Dallas gate commissions] TGA 8421/1/42
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