Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson

Standard Name: Nevinson, Christopher Richard Wynne
Used Form: C. R. W. Nevinson


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Education Dora Carrington
Critic Jane Hill notes that though Carrington entered the Slade at a remarkable period in its own history (Henry Tonks called it a second, and last, crisis of brilliance)
Birne, Eleanor. “At Dulwich Picture Gallery”. London Review of Books, Vol.
, No. 17, p. 37.
and in that of...
Family and Intimate relationships Dora Carrington
The two met at the Slade and their relationship was for Carrington mainly concerned with painting.
Hill, Jane, and Michael Holroyd. The Art of Dora Carrington. Herbert Press.
19, 21, 25
But Gertler fell in love with her, like his friend Christopher Nevinson , who first introduced...
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...


February 1916: Painter C. R. W. Nevinson scored a great...

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February 1916

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.

March 1918: The second exhibition of C. R. W. Nevinson,...

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March 1918

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.


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