GB/0397 Royal Academy of Arts Archive.
| |CL Sir George Clausen, papers 1885-1940
| |CL/1 Letters written to George Clausen 1890-1940
| ||>CL/1/14 Fredrk. Brown, Ormond House, Richmond, Surrey, to George [Clausen] 6 Feb 1940|
|Title||Fredrk. Brown, Ormond House, Richmond, Surrey, to George [Clausen]|
|Date||6 Feb 1940|
|Extent & Medium||1 piece|
|Content Description||He claims he was never out to destroy the Royal Academy or "S.K." [Royal College of Art], merely the modes of teaching used by those institutions, the abuses of the Academy as "an exhibiting body", he understood that Clausen's objects were the same. He is glad to have a landscape in the Tate and has given any profits to the Artists' G.B.S., MacColl has done the same. His health is bearing up.|