Documents associated with: Exhibition of International Art, International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, London, 1898
Record 14 of 87
14, BUCKINGHAM STREET,
STRAND, W. C.
Ludovici turned up yesterday with his report[;] certainly with your aid, he has done wonders.
Lavery is writing you about the meeting & so I need not go into details,
The people at Bryn Mawr I hear [p. 2] have written you asking if you will undertake the portrait of Miss Thomas the Dean, or something of that Institution, she is a Baltimore person, I have never seen her, but you will immortalize her.
It will amuse you to know that the Pointers Lintons and Sambournes have ignored the Show (International for which favour, let us be [p. 4] thankful. But you must come over, really we cant do without you.
Ludovici says you are better, so do come, just as soon as you can.
Kennedy says after months, that he will be here on the first of May, and we will have a celebration,
8. decent Show
The Centenary Loan Exhibition of Lithographs at the South Kensington Museum, to commemorate Alois Senefelder (1771-1834), inventor [more]. The Society of Arts was the first public body to recognise Senefelder's invention in Britain (see #05504). JW sent several lithographs (see A. J. R. Trendell to JW, #05521).
The Exhibition of International Art, International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, London, 1898, the first exhibition organised by the ISSPG.