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Epstein, Sir Jacob (1880-1959), Knight, sculptor

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Surname: Epstein
Pretitle: Sir
Forenames: Jacob
Gender: Male
Date: 1880-1959
Biography: ODNB link for Epstein, Sir Jacob (1880-1959) Knight sculptor
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/P126523 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P9356 )
Online related resources Artists' Paper Register link for Sir Jacob Epstein Bibliography of British and Irish History link for Sir Jacob Epstein
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
c1902-1973: sketchbooks, drawings, naturalisation papers, corresp, photographs, cuttings, papers
Henry Moore Institute Archive
NRA 42702 Henry Moore
2
corresp and papers rel to Jacob Epstein
Hull History Centre (Hull University Archives)
NRA 12337 Hulme
3
c1930-1986: photographs of works
Henry Moore Institute Archive
4
1948-59: letters to his daughter, Peggy Jean Lewis, and her family
Tate Gallery Archive
NRA 38660

See Annual return 1999
5
1923-1924: sketchbook for the 'W.H. Hudson Memorial (Rima)'
Henry Moore Institute Archive
6
1925-28: letters to the Manchester Guardian
Manchester University: University of Manchester Library
NRA 18162 Guardian
7
1939-44: corresp with Sir Robert and Lady Sainsbury
Collection held privately: enquiries to The National Archives, Archives Sector Development
NRA 41861 Sainsbury Collection
8
1940-42: letters (17) to Mr & Mrs S Samuels, art collectors
Tate Gallery Archive
NRA 19361 Tate misc
9
1942-1946: corresp from Jacob and Margaret Epstein to Dr George Black
Henry Moore Institute Archive
10
1883-1995: documents, files and photographs of Jacob Epstein's work and his African art collection
Walsall Archives
See Artists Papers Register
11
nd: 3 b&w photographs of 'Dolores', model for Jacob Epstein in the 1920s
Henry Moore Institute Archive

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