Tate British Artists: Wyndham Lewis
- Publication Date: December 1, 2004
- Imprint: Tate Publishing
- Trim Size: 6 3⁄4 x 9 1⁄2
- ISBN: 9781854375247
- Page Count: 80
- Rights: North America, Latin America, Caribbean
Wyndham Lewis (1882–1957), arguably the most significant British artist-writer of the 20th century, pioneered cutting-edge modernism in Britain before World War I, helping to turn London into an international vortex of creative activity. Yet he is unknown to many general readers and misunderstood by many specialists. Extensively illustrated, this is the first introduction to explore his work as both a writer and a painter, and to discuss his ideas about art, life, and politics.
About the author
Richard Humphreys is head of interpretation and education at Tate and author of The Tate Britain Companion to British Art.