This collection contains the personal papers of Thomas Cooper Gotch and Henry Scott Tuke which were donated to Tate together by Brian D. Price. Items from both sides of the collection have been digitised and are available to view online.
From Tuke's works, items available online includes: a diary documenting Tuke's daily life from 1899-1905; two paintings registers compiled by Tuke which provide a record of his paintings, and their exhibitions and sales from 1879-1934, featuring printed images of many of his works; selected sketch books, sketches and scrap books featuring art works made and signed by Henry Scott Tuke; and a series of photographs of Henry Scott Tuke and his family and friends, his house and studio in Cornwall, and models and boats which were subjects for his artworks. Together these items give an overview of Tuke's life and work.
Also available online are a range of Thomas Cooper Gotch's personal records including photographs, sketches, autobiographical notes and a diary written by his wife, Caroline Gotch, documenting a trip they took to Australia in 1884. When too old to fight in World War One, Gotch involved himself in the Newlyn Artists' Belgian Relief Fund, records from the Fund are included in this collection.
Details of the remainder of this collection can be found on the archive catalogue.
- Tate Archive
- An initial donation of the papers of Tuke and Gotch was made to the Tate Archive by Mr Brian D. Price in 1990. Additional donations of related material were made in 1991, 1994 and 2002.
- TGA 9019
201 objects in this collection
The personal papers of Thomas Cooper Gotch (1854-1931) and Henry Scott Tuke (1858-1929)
The personal papers of the painter Henry Scott Tuke (1858-1929)
The papers of Thomas Cooper Gotch (1854-1931)
- This series contains two diaries kept by Henry Scott Tuke for the years 1899-1905 and 1923-1925. It also includes typed transcripts of the two diaries and an alphabetical index to the diaries compiled by B.D. Price.
- TGA 9019/1/1