Drawing Room Paul Melon Centre: The Brian Sewell archive

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Abstract

Brian Sewell 70 boxes. This material has not yet been catalogued but a general guide and three box lists are available. Please contact Research Collections staff for more information. (RefBS). The majority of the archive relates to Sewell’s work as a journalist. The material was organised by Sewell into two main sequences: the largest concerning articles pertaining to art and the arts (boxlist 1) and a smaller group of materials concerning his writings on any other subject matter (boxlist 2). The files in these sequences typically include Sewell’s typescript copy and a final version of the article. They may also include related research and correspondence. The remaining material covers every other aspect of Sewell’s life, from childhood to death (boxlist 3). It includes passports, diaries, press-cuttings, postcards, photographs, programmes, research, scripts, voice-over texts, memorabilia, and correspondence.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 28 Apr 2017
Eventexhibition - Drawing Room, Paul Melon Centre, London 28 April - 8 Sep 2017
Duration: 28 Apr 2017 → …

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Research output: Non-textual outputExhibition

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