The Courtauld Institute of Art Gallery has over 500 works by Glyn Philpot in its drawing collections. They are not currently on public display, but you can find them all on A&A by following this link.
Part 1: Sex and Religion
Part 2: Private and Unfashionable
Part 3: Luxuriantly at ease
Part 4: Torn between two worlds
Part 5: Crisis
Part 6: Coming out as a modernist
Part 7: A welcome antidote to polite English society
Negrophilia: European fascination with, and appropriation of, African and other black cultures.
Modernism: Cultural responses to the experience of modernity, that tended to emphasise formal innovation, and the autonomy of art.
Picasso: 1881-1973. Pre-eminent modernist artist, who dominated the European avant-garde, and by a continual process of reinventing himself, remained a the forefront of successive movements.
Paul Delaney, Glynn Philpot: His Life and Art, pub. Ashgate, 28/06/1999 www.amazon.co.uk
Robin Gibson, Glyn Philpot, 1884-1937: Edwardian Aesthete to Thirties Modernist, pub. National Portrait Gallery, 01/11/1986 www.amazon.co.uk
Albert Charles Sewter, Glyn Philpot, 1884-1937, pub. Batsford, 01/01/1951 www.amazon.co.uk
Grace Brockington is British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the Faculty of English and Clare Hall, Cambridge. Her research concerns internationalism and the arts in Britain and Europe in the early twentieth century. She wrote her PhD on pacifism among artists and writers in Britain during the First World War, and is preparing the thesis for publication as a book, titled 'Modernism and the Peace Movement, 1900-1918'. She has also written on Jacob Epstein for 'Art and Architecture', and on the Bloomsbury Group for 'Immediations: The Research Journal of the Courtauld Institute of Art' (1, Spring 2004). Email: email@example.com