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DYLAN THOMAS AT THE 'SALISBURY' PUBLIC HOUSE LONDON1941 Bill Brandt (1904 − 1983)
Dylan Thomas (1914-1953) was born in Swansea in Wales. He was poet whose romantic, allegorical and rhetorical style was seen as both new and influential and won him a large following. He acquired a reputation as a wild living and hard drinking artist, which added rather than detracted to his reputation. Shortly before his death he took part in a reading in New York of what has come to be considered his finest work Under Milk Wood.
- Accession Number P4723
- Dimensions 60 X 51 CM
- Media BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPH