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Tate Gallery Archive: 2016 Accessions

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  • James Boswell (1906-1971), artist: collection of small sketches and drawings executed for Lilliput, Sainsbury's and The Sunday Telegraph c1940-1971 (TGA 201613)
  • Ithell Colquhoun (1906-1988), painter: preparatory sketches and drawings, designs for book covers, theatre designs and experimental surrealist artworks c1930-1980 (TGA 201614)
  • Ken Cox (1927-1968), artist and concrete poet: archive comprising complete corresp file, drawings and manuscripts, slides and photographs 1941-2008 (TGA 201617)
  • Phyllis Vipond Crocker (1900-1937), model, artist and craftwoman: letters from artists Alfred James Munnings (1878-1959) and Laura Knight (1877-1970) c1910 (TGA 201610)
  • Edna Clarke Hall (1879-1979), artist: personal and professional papers incl diaries, writings, drawings and sketches, exhibition catalogues and photographs c1890-1970 (TGA 20167)
  • Jocelyn Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975), artist and sculptor: archival material from the Palais de Danse studio, St Ives, incl photographs, designs and templates for sculpture and plinths, costumes and props, and documents recording works on loan or exhibit elsewhere c1951-1970 (TGA 201611)
  • John Lyle (1932-2002), bookseller and surrealist: scrapbook archive of dada and surrealist ephemera compiled by Jacques-Bernard Brunius with additions by John Lyle c1970-1974
  • Clive Phillpot (fl 1970-2016), writer, curator and librarian: papers incl writings, corresp, administrative papers and research material c1970-2010 (TGA 20164)
  • John Woodeson (fl 1970-1972), art historian: compilation of research papers and original material rel to the Camden Town and Bloomsbury groups c1900-1970 (TGA 20168)
  • Indica Gallery, London: records reflecting the activities of the gallery incl corresp, gallery papers, documentation, catalogues, cards and photographs, and material that contextualises the approach and interests of the gallery 1965-1967 (TGA 20162)
  • Marjorie Parr Gallery, Chelsea: records incl albums, photographs, printed ephemera, private view cards and catalogues, and some corresp with artists 1963-1982 (TGA 20163)