12 Girdler's Road
London W. 14.
Sept. 28th 1928.
Mrs. Julian Forse;
The Whitney Studio Club
8 West 8th Street, N. Y.
Dear Mrs Force;
I am sorry to hear that the club is to be disbanded, and only regret that I was not a member longer to enjoy more the pleasures and advantages of it.
I suppose that as you are now giving up the premises for that purpose you will want to get rid of work that artists have with you. I am not coming to America for some little time and will therefore ask you to be good enough to send the engravings and any paintings ( except the portrait of Miss Jean Tennyson ) to the Weyhe Gallery for me. The painting of Miss Jean Tennyson I would like put in my old lodging at 20 West 8th Street, in care of Miss Land, the proprietoress.
I regret to put you to this trouble, and thank you in anticipation.
With best wishes
Click tabs to swap between content that is broken into logical sections.
The copying of any protected materials in this collection is prohibited, except for limited non-commercial, educational, and personal use only, or for fair use as defined in the U.S. copyright laws. Images from the Whitney's collection cannot be used for publication or commercial use without the prior written permission from the Museum's Rights and Reproductions Department. For more information about Terms and Conditions, please visit: http://whitney.org/TermsAndConditions