Correspondence from Roderic O’Conor to Clive Bell
Collection contains thirteen letters from Roderic O’Conor to Clive Bell in which O’Conor relates news of mutual friends, congratulates Bell on his marriage to Vanessa Bell and tells him how his own work is progressing. He also comments on painters such as Gerald Faustus Kelly, Delaunay, Van Gogh, on the Salon d’Automne and other exhibitions, on modern art critics and on Flaubert and other authors including Galsworthy. Collection also includes a closed file of correspondence relating to the acquisition of the letters by the National Gallery of Ireland, and a research enquiry.
|Correspondence from Roderic O’Conor to Clive Bell
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