Found in 142 Collections and/or Records:
Three quarter length photograph of WSC painting [at St Jean de Luz]. He is sitting under a tree, in profile, with his brush touching the painting of a café scene which is visible on the easel in front of him, while in the background is the café itself. WSC is wearing a light-coloured suit with a panama-type hat and glasses, and has a white apron tied round his waist.
Photograph of a painting by WSC of a still life of fruit on a platter.
Photo shows WSC at the Chartwell entrance wearing a siren suit and a broad-brimmed sombrero hat with a feather in it. He is presenting his painting "The Blue Room, Trent Park (1934)" [which he donated to the 1948 Christie's charity auction]. The painting is held by José Joaquim Moniz de Aragão, the Brazilian Ambassador. On the left of the photo is Dr. Gueiros.
Photograph of WSC's painting of a scene on Lake Como showing trees next to the lake. [WSC took about an hour to create this painting].
Photo shows WSC in profile wearing spectacles, a light suit and a hat with a cigar in his mouth. He is painting a view of Lake Geneva.
Photo shows WSC seated at a large easel absorbed in painting. He is wearing spectacles and a wide-brimmed hat and is shaded by two large umbrellas.
Photo taken from behind shows WSC painting near Cap d'Ail [France] with a glass resting on his painting table.
Photograph of a group of male press photographers in vests on board a boat. They are presumably photographing WSC while he paints.
MS's speeches to the Alaska Chapter of the International Churchill Society, Sept 1994, on her memories of Winston Churchill, and also on his painting. Also includes the text of an earlier speech given at Toronto [Canada], on Churchill and painting.
Speech on Winston Churchill as a painter, also including earlier speeches on the same subject, used by MS as source material.
Full length photograph of WSC standing in front of some trees, with his easel and painting table in [?] the south of France. He is looking almost straight at the camera, a [?] painting tool in one hand and a cigar in his mouth, and is wearing an oversized coat and large stetson-type hat. In the foreground there are two wickerwork seats, one with papers on it.
Uncut version of various people being interviewed about Sir Winston Churchill, including MS, talking about his paintings.
Various versions of speeches relating to MS's book "Winston Churchill: his Life as a Painter".
"Clementine Churchill": correspondence on Graham Sutherland's portrait of Sir Winston Churchill, 1978-10
Includes correspondence with Sir Richard Barlas, Clerk of the House of Commons, on the commissioning of the portrait, a copy of a memorandum on arrangements for the presentation of the portrait and correspondence on possible grounds for defamation in a television programme which suggested that the portrait had not been destroyed.
Correspondence with Reves [earlier Imre Revesz], MS and Sir John Colville on paintings done by Sir Winston Churchill at Reves's villa in France, La Pausa, which CSC had destroyed. Also includes a letter from Hamish Hamilton on rumours that Reves was writing a book on Churchill.
Extracts relating to Winston Churchill, pre-war to 1923.
Correspondence on paintings by Sir Winston Churchill loaned by CSC for the "Painting as a Pastime" exhibition at the Knoedler Gallery, London for the Silver Jubilee appeal.
Correspondence on CSC's selling paintings by Sir Winston Churchill (of Mimizan and the Palais des Papes, Avignon, France] and works by Camille Bombois, Sir William Nicholson and Sir John Lavery.
Press cuttings and correspondence on the sale of paintings owned by CSC. Includes a draft codicil to her will on the paintings she owned, and an address book.
Correspondence, notes, draft texts and press cuttings on the destruction of Graham Sutherland's 80th birthday portrait of Sir Winston Churchill, with correspondents including: Lord Clark on CSC's initial reaction to the portrait and his own view of her actions; Graham Sutherland on sending CSC a sketch of Churchill's hand, exhibiting the portrait and his view of its destruction (3); Sir Hugh Casson, President of the Royal Academy, on exhibiting the portrait.
Notes, press cuttings and copies of correspondence on the destruction of Graham Sutherland's portrait of Sir Winston Churchill, with correspondents including Graham Sutherland, on the conditions of his commission and Lord Clark on CSC's first reaction to the portrait and the terms of the commission (2).
Transcripts of letters and diaries by the artist and writer Villiers David describing his meetings with Winston Churchill while he was staying at the Hotel Mamounia in Marrakech, Morocco, and in Casablanca, 1947-48, and also at Chartwell [Kent], 1958-59.