Organised by the Tate Gallery; an Arts Council Touring Exhibition from the Southbank Centre
Mon 23 April – Sat 2 June 1990
Thomas Lowinsky worked as a painter of imaginative scenes in the English Surreal manner, as in the The Breeze at Morn (1930) now in the Tate Gallery collection. He also worked as an illustrator and created the images for Edith Sitwell’s Elegy on Dead Fashion and a number of other classics. The paintings, which will form the major part of this exhibition, will be shown together with examples of his illustrations and textile and wallpaper designs.