James Bolivar Manson Letter to Esther Pissarro 19 July 1911
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34, Hampstead Way,
Golder’s Green, N.W.
In that case may we bring him too.
He is a very nice [end of p.1] man, – a Socialist Professor of Languages at Dublin University.
Fitzroy St is closed. Last Saturday saw the finish of the season.
The only news concerns the next exhibition of The Camden Town Group.
Clifton has offered to let us have another exhibition at the Carfax in January or else he will take [end of p.2] The Alpine Club for us. In the latter case we should have to guarantee a certain sum of money, which would be a nuisance; although it would enable us to show twenty pictures each – if we wanted to.
I have got my “Pissarro” framed & on the dining-room wall. I simply love it. In its way, it is a perfect thing, so delicately & finely expressed & with such certainty & simplicity. [end of p.3]
If possible, we like it more every time we see it.
My wife sends her love. We shall look forward to seeing you on Sunday.
With kindest regards.
How to cite
James Bolivar Manson, Letter to Esther Pissarro, 19 July 1911, in Helena Bonett, Ysanne Holt, Jennifer Mundy (eds.), The Camden Town Group in Context, Tate Research Publication, May 2012, https://www