Andrew Lambirth

A Crisis of Brilliance makes the trek to Dulwich worthwhile

In The Hold by David Bomberg, Tate. Getty Images | Shutterstock | iStock | Alamy

This exhibition was dreamt up by David Boyd Haycock, a freelance writer and curator, following the success of a book he published with a similar title in 2009. The Crisis of Brilliance book focused on the early career of five Slade-trained artists and their relationship with the first world war.

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