Papers, ca. 1874-1913.


Herkomer, Hubert von, Sir, 1849-1914. Papers, ca. 1874-1913.

Papers, ca. 1874-1913.

Collection includes letters, draft writings and lectures, and ephemera (some printed). The bulk consists of correspondence relating to Herkomer's work as a painter and educator, the Herkomer Art School at Bushey, sales of his paintings and other financial matters, and Royal Academy affairs; five items are illustrated. Included are four corrected proofs of Herkomer's published writings and lectures, three family letters and some ephemera relating to Herkomer and the Herkomer Art School.

ca. 101 items.

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