Correspondence From Albert Tucker To A James Robinson Esq.
Correspondence From Albert Tucker To A James Robinson Esq.
Correspondence From Albert Tucker To A James Robinson Esq.
Correspondence From Albert Tucker To A James Robinson Esq.
Correspondence From Albert Tucker To A James Robinson Esq.
Correspondence From Albert Tucker To A James Robinson Esq.
Correspondence From Albert Tucker To A James Robinson Esq.
Correspondence From Albert Tucker To A James Robinson Esq.
Correspondence From Albert Tucker To A James Robinson Esq.
Correspondence From Albert Tucker To A James Robinson Esq.
Correspondence From Albert Tucker To A James Robinson Esq.
Correspondence From Albert Tucker To A James Robinson Esq.
Correspondence From Albert Tucker To A James Robinson Esq.
Correspondence From Albert Tucker To A James Robinson Esq.
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Correspondence From Albert Tucker To A James Robinson Esq.

1961-1962. Six hand-written letters in ink on letter sheets or letter cards, and three C-type photographs, each letter postmarked from “27 June 1961” to “16 Jan. 1962”, 15.5 x 12.7cm to 29 x 17.5cm (letters); 9.2 x 11.8cm (photographs, approx. each).

Letters are addressed to “James Robinson Esq., 7/73 Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli, Sydney, NSW” from “Albert Tucker, Apt 3, 9 Collins St, Melb., C1, Victoria.”

The letters discuss how Mr Robinson will acquire a Tucker painting, possibly through a payment schedule due to “credit squeeze.” An arrangement is agreed upon in which Tucker’s agents Mr John Reed and Mr Duncan “both offered voluntarily to forego their commission on the painting, which amounts to 33?% of the catalogue price…from 450gns to 300gns.” The accompanying photographs are most likely depicting Robinson’s home interiors.

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Item #CL194-153

Price (AUD): $1,950.00  Other currencies

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