Papers and correspondence of John Nash

1591–1980

collection owner: John Nash, ‘Papers and correspondence of John Nash’ 1591–1980

The collection consists of correspondence on personal and business matters; artwork; writings; papers relating to sales, commissions, teaching and organisational matters; personal papers; photographs and printed material. The collection includes a significant amount of material relating to his wife, Christine Nash including correspondence, writings and artwork. The Carrington Papers within this collection were given to Nash's executors by Noel Carrington and are primarily correspondence from John, Paul and Christine Nash to Carrington. The Francis Unwin material was probably given to Christine Nash by his wife, Mary after his death in 1925.

Collection Owner
John Nash 1893–1977
Collection
Tate Archive
Acquisition
The collection was presented to the Archive by the executors of John Nash in 1989.
Reference
TGA 8910

96 objects in this collection

Title
Papers and correspondence of John Nash
Date
1591–1980
Description
The collection consists of correspondence on personal and business matters; artwork; writings; papers relating to sales, commissions, teaching and organisational matters; personal papers; photographs and printed material. The collection includes a significant amount of material relating to his wife, Christine Nash including correspondence, writings and artwork. The Carrington Papers within this collection were given to Nash's executors by Noel Carrington and are primarily correspondence from John, Paul and Christine Nash to Carrington. The Francis Unwin material was probably given to Christine Nash by his wife, Mary after his death in 1925.
Reference
TGA 8910

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