Birne, Eleanor. “At Dulwich Picture Gallery”. London Review of Books, No. 17, p. 37.
Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson
Standard Name: Nevinson, Christopher Richard Wynne
Used Form: C. R. W. Nevinson
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Dora Carrington||
The two met at the Slade and their relationship was for Carrington mainly concerned with painting.
But Gertler fell in love with her, like his friend Christopher Nevinson , who first introduced...
Hill, Jane, and Michael Holroyd. The Art of Dora Carrington. Herbert Press, 1994.
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|Textual Features||Pat Barker||
The story begins with the ambitions and emotional entanglements of a small group of Slade School of Art students (two men, Paul Tarrant and the precocious success Kit Neville, and one strikingly talented woman, Elinor...
Painter C. R. W. Nevinson scored a great success with his first one-man show, at the Leicester Galleries in London, of paintings expressive of the dehumanised violence of modern warfare.
The second exhibition of C. R. W. Nevinson , now an Official War Artist, included a painting of dead British soldiers lying amid mud and barbed wire, entitled Paths of Glory, which the censor banned.