The Camden Town Group in Context

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Sylvia Gosse Letter to James Bolivar Manson 5 January 1914

Sylvia Gosse 'Letter to James Bolivar Manson' 5 January 1914
Sylvia Gosse 1881–1968
Letter to James Bolivar Manson 5 January 1914
Tate Archive TGA 806/10/6
© Estate of Sylvia Gosse / The Bridgeman Art Library
The artist Sylvia Gosse, a student and friend of Walter Sickert who ran an art school with him called Rowlandson House (Tate N05088), was elected to the London Group on 3 January 1914 (TGA 806/10/6). In this letter she thanks James Bolivar Manson, the secretary of the group, for this good news. For prints by Gosse, see TGA 8120/6/1 and TGA 8120/6/3.

Helena Bonett
August 2011

Transcript

[Letterhead:]
17, Hanover Terrace,
Regent’s Park, N.W.
[Handwritten:] Jan. 5. 14
Dear Mr. Manson
 Thank you so much for your surprising & pleasing news – I didn’t know the London Group had had its January meeting – I am so very pleased that the society should have elected me as one of their members, and that they should think my work worth it. Believe me yours sincerely
 Sylvia Gosse

How to cite

Sylvia Gosse, Letter to James Bolivar Manson, 5 January 1914, in Helena Bonett, Ysanne Holt, Jennifer Mundy (eds.), The Camden Town Group in Context, Tate Research Publication, May 2012, https://www.tate.org.uk/art/research-publications/camden-town-group/sylvia-gosse-letter-to-james-bolivar-manson-r1104640, accessed 26 May 2019.