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  • Percy Wyndham Lewis (18 November 1882 – 7 March 1957) was an English writer, painter and critic (he dropped the name "Percy", which he disliked). He was
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  • Dominic Bevan Wyndham Lewis FRSL (9 March 1891 – 21 November 1969) was a British journalist, author and biographer, known for his humorous newspaper articles
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  • Wyndham Lewis (7 October 1780 – 14 March 1838) was a British politician and a close associate of Benjamin Disraeli. Lewis was the son of Reverend Wyndham
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  • Wyndham Lewis may refer to: Percy Wyndham Lewis, artist and writer Wyndham Lewis (politician), MP whose widow married Disraeli D. B. Wyndham-Lewis, humorist
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  • Vorticism (category Wyndham Lewis)
    ambition. The Vorticism group began with the Rebel Art Centre which Wyndham Lewis and others established after disagreeing with Omega Workshops founder
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  • The Apes of God (category Novels by Wyndham Lewis)
    The Apes of God is a 1930 novel by the British artist and writer Wyndham Lewis. It is a satire of London's contemporary literary and artistic scene. The
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  • Blast (magazine) (category Wyndham Lewis)
    year later on 15 July 1915. Both editions were written primarily by Wyndham Lewis. The magazine is emblematic of the modern art movement in England,
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  • also a poet. He was an admirer of Wyndham Lewis and wrote the first critical book on him, published in 1932. Lewis portrayed Porteus as the character
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  • A Battery Shelled (category Wyndham Lewis)
    A Battery Shelled is a 1919 painting by the English artist Wyndham Lewis. It depicts a scene from the Western Front of World War I. It was commissioned
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  • Tarr (category Novels by Wyndham Lewis)
    Tarr is a modernist novel by Wyndham Lewis, written in 1909–11, revised and expanded in 1914–15 and first serialized in the magazine The Egoist from April
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  • ménage à trois with Edna Lewis Thomas, a successful African-American actress, and her husband, Lloyd Thomas. In the 1930s, Wyndham was painted by the artist
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  • location for the literary circles around Augustus John, Wyndham Lewis and Nancy Cunard, which through Lewis included the Vorticists. It was where the magazine
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  • Beachcomber was the nom de plume used by two humorous columnists, D. B. Wyndham Lewis and, chiefly, J. B. Morton, as authors of the Daily Express column "By
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  • The Wyndham family are descended from Sir John Wyndham (1443–1503) and his wife Margaret (1443–1524) daughter of John Howard, Duke of Norfolk. Succeeding
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  • Blasting and Bombardiering (category Books by Wyndham Lewis)
    painter, novelist, and satirist Percy Wyndham Lewis. It was published in 1937. It was in this work that Lewis first identified the critically oft-mentioned
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  • of Wyndham Lewis and the vorticists. He also wrote poetry, in a Modernist style. Atkinson died in Paris on 21 September 1931. Wyndham Lewis and
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  • Florence Wyndham (1538-1596), wife of Sir John Wyndham (died 1572) of Orchard Wyndham in Somerset, was a daughter of John Wadham (died 1578) of Merryfield
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  • Sir John Wyndham (1558 – 1 April, 1645), JP, of Orchard Wyndham in the parish of Watchet in Somerset, was an English landowner who played an important
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  • Lechmere (13 October 1887 – February 1976) was a British painter who with Wyndham Lewis was the co-founder of the Rebel Art Centre in 1914. As far as is known
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  • and was a contemporary of Wyndham Lewis. In 1912 he helped with decorations for the Cave of the Golden Calf with Wyndham Lewis, and the next year he became
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