Arthur Lett-Haines

1894–1978

Arthur Lett-Haines, ‘The Dark Horse’ 1934
The Dark Horse 1934
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Biography

Arthur Lett-Haines (1894 – 25 February 1978), known as Lett Haines, was a British painter and sculptor who experimented in many different media, though he generally characterised himself as "an English surrealist". He was part of a London artistic circle, which included D. H. Lawrence, the Sitwells and Wyndham Lewis.

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Artworks

Sketches, letters, etc.

Sir Cedric Morris, Bt, recipient: Arthur Lett-Haines Letter from Cedric Morris to Arthur Lett-Haines

31 January [1968]

Sir Cedric Morris, Bt, recipient: Arthur Lett-Haines Letter from Cedric Morris to Arthur Lett-Haines

[26 August 1934]

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