Fry, Roger Eliot

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Epithet: painter and critic

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referencedIn Correspondence and other papers relating to Roger Fry, Vanessa Bell, Clive Bell, Duncan Grant and others, 1896-1960 Tate Gallery Archive
creatorOf Vol. II. (ff. 270). 21 June 1898-18 Dec. 1917.includes:ff. 1, 3 Alice Ellen Terry, GBE; actress: Letters to C. F. Shaw of Alice Ellen Terry: 1898.f. 4 Beatrice Moss Campbell, wife of Sir C H G Campbell: Letters, etc., to C. F. Shaw of Beatrice Mo... British Library
creatorOf DARWIN AND CORNFORD PAPERS. Vol. XLIX (ff. 150). Letters to Frances Cornford on the death of her mother and on her published volumes of poems; 1903-1954. Partly signed, partly printed. Partly incomplete.includes:f. 2 Helen Gladstone, daughter of W ..., 1903-1954 British Library
referencedIn Vol. III, A-M. 1790-1931.includes:f. 1 Edmund Henry Hynman Allenby, Viscount Allenby: Letter to Sir P. C. Mitchell: 1930.f. 2 Henry Edward Armstrong, FRS; chemist: Letter to A. W. Rowe: 1905.ff. 2-165 passim Arthur Walton Rowe, MRCS: Letters to..., 1790-1931 British Library
referencedIn SPEYER CORRESPONDENCENon-musical correspondence and papers of Edward Speyer (d. 1934), amateur of music and art, viz.:-(1) Miscellaneous autograph letters from Arthur James Balfour (1st Earl of Balfour 1922), Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke, 2nd Bart., ..., 1899-1926 British Library
creatorOf Vol. CXVII. 1906-1909.Charles de Sousy Ricketts, alias 'Jean Paul Raymond'; RA: Thomas Robert Way, artist and printmaker: Letters to Thomas Robert Way from Charles de Sousy Ricketts: [1906]-1907.Robert Baldwin Ross, literary executor of Oscar Wilde: ..., 1906-1909 British Library
referencedIn Higgens Papers. Vol. v. 'Grace Germany's Diary 1921 in Saint Tropez'; 1921-1922. Detailed entries of a holiday in St Tropez with the Bells, Duncan Grant and Roger Fry, Oct 1921-Jan 1922. At the end: brief autobiography and five pages of 'things I not..., 1921-1922 British Library
creatorOf Vol. CXVI. 1902-1905.Sir Claude Phillips, Keeper of the Wallace Collection: Robert Baldwin Ross, literary executor of Oscar Wilde: Letters to Robert Baldwin Ross from Sir Claude Phillips: 1902-[1918], n.d.Robert Baldwin Ross, literary executor of Osc..., 1902-1905 British Library
referencedIn IV. MISCELLANEOUS 46151 BB (ff. 75). Detached leaves and other fragments in Turner's autograph, arranged roughly according to dated watermarks and other dates where available; 1806-1827, n.d. At f. 72 is a letter from Alexander Henry Hallam Murray, p..., 1806-1902 British Library
creatorOf Vol. CXXIX. n.d.Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree, actor-manager: Robert Baldwin Ross, literary executor of Oscar Wilde: Letters to Robert Baldwin Ross from Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree: 1911-1918, n.d.: Partly typewritten.Sir Max Beerbohm, author and cartoonis... British Library
creatorOf STRACHEY PAPERS (20TH CENTURY SERIES). Vol. XIII (ff. 189). 1. ff. 1-15. Prof. Sigmund Freud; 1918-1938. 2. ff. 16-20. Geoffrey Fry; 1907, 1908. 3. ff. 21-22. Isabel Fry, sister of R. E. Fry; 1911. 4. ff. 23-31. Roger Eliot Fry, painter and critic; 1..., 1897-1938 British Library
creatorOf G. B. SHAW PAPERS: SERIES I. Vol. XXVII (ff. 216). Correspondence with:1. ff. 1-21. John Farleigh; 1933-1938.2. ff. 22-69. Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson; 1897-1935.3. ff. 70-85. Curtis P. Freshel; 1937-1950.4. ff. 86-100. Roger Fry; 1912-1926.5. ..., 1897-1950 British Library
referencedIn Higgens Papers. Vol. vi. Diary of Grace Higgens; Feb.-July 1924. Gordon Square and Charleston. For entries in the 'Charleston Bulletin' for 1924 referring to events mentioned in the diary, see Add. 83317. ff. i + 51. 160 x 105 mm.Giles Lytton Strache... British Library
referencedIn Correspondence, writings, papers, photographs, printed material, and press cuttings of the English painter David Garshen Bomberg (1890-1957) and his second wife Lilian Bomberg, née Holt (1898-1983), 1884-1987 Tate Gallery Archive
referencedIn Mary Hutchinson Papers Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center
referencedIn Administrative records of the London Group, 1913-1989 Tate Gallery Archive
creatorOf COCKERELL PAPERS. Vol. XCIII (ff. 272). E-Fu.includes:f. 1 Charles Ede, of the Folio Society Ltd: Letter to S. C. Cockerell: 1947.f. 2 John Maxwell Edmonds, classicist: Letter to S. C. Cockerell: 1947.ff. 3-5b Albert Ehrman, bibliophile and col... British Library
referencedIn Vol. XVII.includes:ff. 7, 23 Wallis Armstrong, Director, National Gallery, Ireland: Letters to Lord D'Abernon: 1898-1909.f. 10 Sir Alfred George Temple, Director, Guildhall Gallery: Signature: 1902.ff. 11-12b John Beavan, Secretary, Burlington ... British Library
referencedIn KOTELIANSKY PAPERS. Vol. IX (ff. 287). General correspondence; 1916-1946, n.d. Writers of letters include Thomas Stearns Eliot, Virginia Woolf and Edward Morgan Forster. At ff. 144-151 are letters from Dr Andrew John Morland to Koteliansky and (f. 14..., 1916-1946 British Library
creatorOf ABERCONWAY LETTERS. Vol. VII (ff. 261+162*). Letters of others; 1919-1961, n.d. The principal correspondents are:-(a) Augustus Edwin John, painter; 1924-1959, n.d. ff. 25-114b;-(b) George Bernard Shaw and his wife, Charlotte Frances; 1925-1930. Par..., 1919-1961 British Library
referencedIn Vol. IX (ff. 231). 1880-1908.includes:f. 1 Jane Alice Morris, daughter of Jane Morris: 'Record of the Secret Society': 1874.ff. 3, 36, 44, 46, 48, 50, 51, 54, 69 Prince Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin,; Russian revolutionary: Letters to Miss M. Morris..., 1880-1908 British Library
creatorOf COCKERELL PAPERS. Vol. XCIV (ff. 261). Ga-Gran.includes:f. 1 William M. Gardner, ARCA; FRSA: Letter to S. C. Cockerell: 1959. ff. 2-9b David Garnett, author: Letters to S. C. Cockerell: 1938-1955. f. 10 Apsley George Benet Cherry-Garrard, polar explo... British Library
creatorOf Burlington Fine Arts Club; Piccadilly: Letters, from various correspondents, and Visitors' Book: 1894-1940: Partly Fr. Partly Germ: Partly signed.includes:f. 1 Julian Marshall, art collector and author: J. Beavan, Burlington Fine Arts Club: Letter ... British Library
Role Title Holding Repository
Place Name Admin Code Country
Monte Carlo, Monaco
Charleston, Sussex; home to Clive and Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant
Les Baux, Bouches-du-Rhône
St Tropez, France
Lake Maggiore, Piedmont and Lombardy
Le Canadel, France
Rheims, Marne
Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire
Denshawaï, Egypt
Berlin, Germany
Charleston, Sussex; home to Clive and Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant


Birth 1899

Death 1934



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