Item 101 - Letter from William Rothenstein to Elizabeth Trevelyan

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Letter from William Rothenstein to Elizabeth Trevelyan


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The Four Winds, Ewhurst, Surrey [home of Stopford Brooke]. - The weather was so bad this morning that it 'seemed useless to come over for a sitting', since the Trevelyans' rooms 'under the best circumstances only allow a limited amount of light'; asks if he can come another time. Would like best for Mrs Trevelyan to stay a weekend at his house so that he may draw her in his own studio, and asks the Trevelyans to consider it. Meant to stay at Ewhurst over the weekend, but is due at Oxford on Saturday so will leave early that morning. Was 'pleasant to get a glimpse' of Mrs Trevelyan.

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      16/6: letter from R. C. Trevelyan to his mother, dated 20 Sept 1912; says that Rothenstein has done 'several beautiful drawings of Bessie'.

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