Available online are a large quantity of photographs taken by Nigel Henderson since the 1940s. Subjects include family members, jazz musicians, other artists and artwork, architecture and various geographical locations. Photographs of the exhibition and photographich boards for, 'Parallel of Life and Art' at the Institue of Contemporary Arts which he co-curated, images of Eduardo Paolozzi as well as photographs of the construction of Hunstanton Secondary Modern School, designed by Alison and Peter Smithson, are also online.
Also included are portraits of Nigel Henderson as a young boy with his brother and portraits of his mother as a young woman.
Details of the remainder of the collection can be found on the Archive catalogue.
- Collection Owner
- Nigel Henderson 1917–1985
- Tate Archive
- The papers were acquired by the Tate Archive from Janet Henderson and the Henderson family in 1992.
- TGA 9211
1,124 objects in this collection
The personal papers of Nigel Graeme Henderson (1917-1985)
Parallel of Life and Art Exhibition
Photographs of family and friends
Photographs of Nigel Henderson
Photographs of Wyn Henderson, Nigel's mother, taken when she was a young woman
Photographs of Ian Henderson, Nigel's brother
Photographs of Judith Henderson
Photographic negatives of Eduardo Paolozzi with his sculptures and bas-reliefs at the 'Kenneth King, Eduardo Paolozzi, William Turnball' exhibition held at the Hanover Gallery, 32A George Street, London and in café
Photographic negatives of Eduardo Paolozzi working at a window with balsa wood at 9 Paultons Square, Chelsea
Photographic negatives of Eduardo Paolozzi's wedding day to Freda Elliot
Photographic negatives of Eduardo and Freda Paolozzi with paper man and designs
Photographs of Eduardo Paolozzi's head and shoulders
Photographs of Eduardo Paolozzi and unidentified man possibly Canadian architect, Irving Grossman at Chiswick House, London
Photographs of Mary Lee Settle
Photographs of unidentified woman in a garden
- Photographs of Wyn Henderson, Nigel’s mother, taken when she was a young woman
- Photographers unknown.
- TGA 9211/8/2