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|Archive reference number||NGA3/4/2/15|
Correspondence and typescripts of articles and proposed articles by Philip Hendy.
This file includes: a draft of 'The Place of the Artist on Modern Life' for broadcast (16 Jul 1946); typescripts of articles on Renaissance Art and on John Bettes; a proof of 'Renewed Service to the Public after War Damage: standards and presentation'; typescript of 'Art -The Chancery Bequest Pictures' and 'John Piper'; a letter from Michael Ayrton (4 Apr 1947); correspondence with Britain Today (1947) and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts (1947); typescript of 'The Chronology of Giovanni Bellini'; correspondence with Germain Seligmann offering Hendy some material relating to Bellini because he had heard that many of Hendy's documents for his book had been destroyed by bombing during World War II; correspondence with Alex Reid and Lefevre (1948); correspondence with Editions d'Art Lucien Mazenod (1948); correspondence with Burlington Magazine (1948); correspondence with Michael Rothenstein re Paul Nash and a typescript of Hendy's article 'Paul Nash' (1949); typescript of 'The Virgin of the Rocks (a central picture from an altarpiece)'; correspondence and a typescript of an article on Rembrandt for the Picture Post (1949); and other correspondence relating to publications
|Alternative reference numbers||NG32/89|
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