Available online are Paul Nash's letters to Eileen Agar covering the period of their affair from shortly after they met in 1935 until 1944, two years before Nash's death. These letters shed light on their relationship and artistic influence on each other, at a time when Agar was becoming increasingly involved in the Surrealist movement. Several small works of art by Nash, which were sent to Agar over the course of their relationship, have also been digitised. Details of the remainder of the collection can be found on the archive catalogue.
- Collection Owner
- Eileen Agar 1899–1991
- Tate Archive
- Presented to Tate Archive by Eileen Agar, August 1987.
- TGA 8712
64 objects in this collection
- Printed items mainly relating to Paul Nash
- This series includes a pamphlet entitled 'Aerial Flowers' designed by Paul Nash and published by his friends after his death. Not all of the material in this series has been digitised. For a complete list, please search the archive catalogue.
- TGA 8712/4